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Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Demonizing The Tea Party Movement
Tea Parties have continued to gain momentum over the past several months and those opposed to the movement are pulling out all the stops to demonize it. First it was Charlie Rangel who equated Tea Party protesters with people who opposed civil rights { Rangel Video}. Then it was Rep. Steve Cohen on a radio show last week who said that the activists have shown a "hardcore angry side" of the country, only "without robes and hoods." Now, a new website and an organized effort to demonize the Tea Party movement has launched called crashtheteaparty.org. This website’s goal is to dismantle the Tea Party by any peaceful means necessary. “We’ve been covering this for three days now,” Sean said. “We have a left wing conspiracy here. To what extent and to what levels of government it reaches, I don’t know. But it is a coordinated attack against American citizens.”

Conservative Victory Tour: Week 3
The Conservative Victory Tour began its third week on the road today, broadcasting from The Villages in beautiful Orlando, Florida. Hannity fans packed the studio hoping to see Sean in action…and he didn’t disappoint. Sean told the crowd that if every one of his listeners could describe to the rest of the country how radical Obama is, then “Conservative Victory” is possible. “Republican’s can’t screw up again. They need to stand where I stand, as a Reagan conservative. We need to stay together and not splinter into third party groups,” Sean detailed. “If we state what it means to be a conservative, namely a belief in limited government, fiscal responsibility, strong national defense…we can’t lose. And that is why I’m out here on the road, and that is why there will be ‘Conservative Victory in 2010’.”

Frustration Across America
As we look at all the polling information that continues to pour in – one thing is certain, Americans are frustrated with their current form of government. Scott Rasmussen, who joined Sean by phone, told the listening audience that his polls show sixty six percent of Americans feel they are over-taxed. Sean asked Scott if he feels the intensity shown by voters in Massachusetts who voted for Republican Scott Brown can be sustained through the elections in 2010. “I think the anger and the frustration is going to hold, the health care debate continues to go on and it was not put to rest like many Democrats had hoped. In fact the numbers that support repeal [of Obama Care] continue to go up. But what we don’t know, is how this will play out with still nearly half a year before an election.”

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John Zogby

John Zogby (born 1948) is an American political pollster and first senior fellow at The Catholic University of America's Life Cycle Institute. He is the founder, president and CEO of Zogby International, a polling firm known for both phone polling and interactive, Internet-based polling.

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