George Will argued Sunday that the Tea Party movement needs to recognize that things don’t change overnight in Washington. Mr. Will, we appreciate your assessment; however, there are things that need radical changing in Washington. Whilst we believe these changes are not going to happen overnight, we think it in the best interests of our nation that you begin to offer insight as to what one might do to prioritize a list of the most important issues that need the most attention.
According to Mr. Will who believes, “The problem is, the Tea Party movement, which doesn’t understand the fundamental paradox, which is, if Washington were as easy to turn around as they seem to think it is, we wouldn’t need the Tea Party movement which we do,” he stated on ABC’s “This Week” program.
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