The Tea Party, although they would never so admit, is an incredibly racist organization. They want us to return to an America of yesteryear. Which America would that be? Perhaps we should re-intern the Japanese, or “separate but equal” was a great policy. Maybe we can have return to the Civil Rights movement and have attack dogs brought out to deal with African Americans in the south. And, let’s not forget lynching. I mean, do we really need to discuss the Tea Party?
Algera M. Tucker, Tucker Family Law Practice, P.C.
A proper British tea party at a reasonable price is exceptionally difficult to find in the Bay Area. Almost all the places with which I am acquainted are overpriced or not very good, or both. The only place I can recommend is the Bloomsbury Tea Room in Capitola. Of course, the best way to enjoy a tea party is to travel to England. I am especially fond of the “cream teas” (scones and clotted cream served with tea) found in Devonshire and Cornwall in southwest England.
David Roth, REAL ESTATE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID L. ROTH
Who’d want to?
Merritt L. Weisinger, CFLS – Walnut Creek Family Law Center, Inc.
It’s great and it’s about time. Neither of the “mainstream” political parties, and very few media outlets are willing to address and solve the serious issues facing America–out of control deficit, high taxes, too many hand-out programs–The Tea Party movement, though certainly not perfect, at least keeps its focus on the relevant issues.
Patrick R. Anderson, Construction Law Attorney
A bunch of loud obnoxious people who think if they scream loud enough and stomp their feet, they’ll get everything they want. In my house, that’s known as being a teenager.
Jordan J. “Jody” Yudien, Yudien Law Firm
“I prefer to serve a wide variety of teas from around the world at my tea parties. My favorites are Earl Grey, and my own blend of Rooibos and Peppermint.”
Gary Vadim Dubrovsky, Dubrovsky Law
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