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Who Went Into Our Dreams and Planted the Idea of the Tea Parties?

For many of us, between high unemployment, a collapsed housing market, a health-care bill we didn’t want, runaway debt, an unsecure border, a sluggish oil-spill response, promises broken, our elected lawmakers standing and applauding a foreign leader as he denounces one of our states . . . the last two years or so have been unbelievable, surreal . . . almost a nightmare.

But all of this arrogant, out-of-control government triggered the creation of an idea: a broad-based popular movement that vehemently and overwhelmingly pushes back in the opposite direction. You might call an . . . Inception.

At least that’s the thought I had as I listened to this excellent short video over at RedState:

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