READING THE 2012 ‘TEA’ LEAVES: Author Examines What’s at Stake in This Election- Category:(default)
READING THE 2012 ‘TEA’ LEAVES: Author Examines What’s at Stake in This Election
At this stage in the GOP primary, few within the Tea Party are certain which is the best among a questionable group of candidates—so questionable that many believe the frontrunner, Mitt Romney, wouldn’t even be in the race if voters weren’t continually being told he had the best chance to defeat Obama.
According to economist and Tea Party expert, Stephen Johnston, a Juris Doctorate with Theological degree, therein lies the issue at hand. For most hardworking, taxpaying Americans, at all costs, the outcome in November must be an Obama defeat.
In his new book, The Tea Party Culture War, Johnston articulates the groundswell sentiment about this coming election—applying both an economics and Constitutional perspective, while layering in a fascinating theological view—to explain why this is such a pivotal time in our nation’s history.
Call Special Guests now to schedule a compelling interview. And, in the meantime, here is a foreshadowing excerpt from Johnston’s book.
America stands at a crossroads—culturally, economically, politically and spiritually. Our direction will ultimately be determined by our elected leaders. In particular, the 2012 presidential election represents a fight for America to decide whether our nation will become a godless socialist country or an economically sound one, based on traditional biblical values.
Enter The Tea Party Movement—an anti-tax protest movement at its heart, the Tea Party Movement’s focus is primarily fiscal conservatism, government accountability, and reduced taxation. Originating in early 2009, the movement has been most visible through a series of Tea Party rallies, which have occurred since early 2009.
A Clash of Worldviews—we all have a worldview, a set of presuppositions and belief used to interpret and form opinions about the purpose of life, social issues, and moral standards. The Tea Party Movement cannot win the cultural war if we do not recognize the root problem as a spiritual battle between good and evil. The issue is deeper than politics and economics. For the sake of our children and the generations to come, we need to win this war. We need to take action to defend our beliefs. We need to take the right road.
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