I read through a little of their propaganda, read some of their forums and I'll just share a little with you and then you can do your own research.
Now correct me if I am wrong, but wasn't it Congresswoman "lights out" Pelosi who accused the Tea Party movement of being astro turf and not a grassroots organization? Yep, I thought I was correct on that one, well, well, read the "Coffey Party's" mission statement straight from their website:
MISSION: The Coffee Party Movement gives voice to Americans who want to see cooperation in government. We recognize that the federal government is not the enemy of the people, but the expression of our collective will, and that we must participate in the democratic process in order to address the challenges that we face as Americans. As voters and grassroots volunteers, we will support leaders who work toward positive solutions, and hold accountable those who obstruct them.
Makes you wonder if any Republicans will come out and accuse the liberals of being "astroturf" or if Congresswoman Pelosi will give them equal time with her derogatory comments? I doubt it and you probably doubt it too.
The following is the video with Annabel Park the supposed founder of The Coffee Party Movement that was posted on YouTube stating how they began and where they are going. (NOTE: This message is coming from a group of people who still believe in the Global Warming myth and they shot the video in the middle of a snow storm.) Those of you who beleive that Global Warming is a myth are going to find that as funny as I did. Just a side note, instead of playing "Where's Waldo" can someone tell me "Where's Al Gore?"
If that isn't funny enough I found this on their Forums, someone within their movement is trying to come up with an acronym for "COFFEE", now if you are drinking some coffee or tea, whatever your preference, swallow what you have in your mouth and put down your cup, "votenovember2008" is not responsible for any liquid damage to your computer.
Acronym and Motto
Fri, 2010-02-26 13:52 — Jeff Haas
* Good Ideas to promote change
On behalf of the caffeinated everywhere, I'd like to offer the following branding concepts before the Right can beat us to it:
"All beverages are equal but some beverages are more equal than others."
Okay, here's the non-tongue-in-cheek version:
I really encourage you to go over to the website and check it out, if nothing else it's worth some humor.
Oh and last but not least, they posted this video on YouTube as well. (Lee you are going to love this video more than any of my readers.)
Alan P. Alborn of Manassas, Virginia served in the United States Army for a 22 years, in the Far East, Europe, and the Pentagon specializing in Military Intelligence, Special Operations, Logistics, Operations Research (ORSA), and Systems Engineering. After retiring from the military, he spent 15 years in senior positions with the private sector. Al is an Eagle Scout.
With all due respect for Army Veteran Alborn, thank you for your service and commitment to Freedom, I beg to disagree with you. I wonder if you are aware of their "acronym". Semper Fidelis, VN8