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Tuesday, March 2, 2010

MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan Interviews Founder of the "Coffee Party" - Video 3/2/10

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MSNBC's Dylan Ratigan interviews Annabel Park, founder of the "Coffee Party USA." Park said what her organization is trying to do is "change our political culture" because it's "become so polarized that we can't even really sit down and have a conversation together."

The "Coffee Party" identifies themselves as "fed up with government gridlock, but put off by the flavor of tea." Park said she started the organization out of "frustration" over the "narrative that the Tea Party somehow represented America." She added that she believes the way that the Tea Party "express themselves is so alienating."

It's interesting to note the stark difference between Dylan Ratigan's treatment of the "Coffee Party" and his treatment of Tea Party leader Mark Williams.


GeronL March 2, 2010 at 11:25 PM  

Another Obama OFA effort to change the topic.

Anonymous,  March 3, 2010 at 12:07 AM  

This is Kenyan Starbuck for the elite suburban groovites that voted for Obama and continue to support Obama and celebrity culture. They have all the props covered: Michell Malkin look-a-like, Cindy Sheehan look-alike, all the high tech tools for the tools, etc. Their mission: effectively neutralize the tea party before November. They just have to get a Tina Fey look-a-like before the votes come piling in.

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