The tagline pretty much says it all.
Never before in the history of this nation have so many been so apathetic about the freedoms and liberties bestowed upon them today by the blood and sacrifice of those before them.
Far too many today think of "tyranny" as being something only wielded by Kings and Queens of old or dictators in far away lands.
Yet tyranny comes in many forms, not the least of which is a central government that places its wants, its needs above the rights and liberties of the common citizen.
The meme of the legacy print media, the broadcast networks and the professional political class is that the Tea Party and anyone who dare associate with such is so "far right", "extreme", and "radical" they must be ridiculed, viled, and slandered at every opportunity else a modern American apocalypse is imminent.
And at this moment in history with pop culture being what it is, an educational system promoting ignorance over achievement, and economic conditions at their worst since the Great Depression, the number of minds susceptible to such propaganda has never been larger.
But who represents the true "radical", "extreme" "un-American" position?
The group that is fighting to revitalize the Constitution, raise awareness of the founding principles that birthed that Constitution, and protect the rights and liberties bestowed therein or a minority ruling establishment that desires only the continuance of its power and influence at all cost?
If you're of the former, WELCOME. You'll find yourself right at home here.
If you're of the latter, welcome as well. Yes, you're going to feel a little uncomfortable at first, but give it some time.
You might just find out that you like tea more than you thought.