Like it or not, libertarian politics are growing in both popularity and credibility. FOX business is airing a new show, Freedom Watch on Saturdays, Bill O' Reilly has John Stossel on as a regular guest to discuss libertarian viewpoints and Glenn Beck says he's getting "more and more libertarian every day." Ron Paul won the CPAC straw poll, his son Rand Paul got elected to the US Senate in Kentucky. And all the while, libertarians have been proven right in terms of what the end result of 100 years of deficit spending is: sovereign debt crisis, national insolvency, overextended military operations around the globe, and the government's desire to centralize all the power in the executive in the name of 'saving us.' Think the Health Care Bill with its individual mandate that requires you to purchase health care from 'government approved' insurance carriers and the Financial Reform Bill, which claimed to end too big to fail, but in fact continues the policy and allows the government to monitor any business big or small in order to seize its assets if they are 'at risk' of going out of business. It also allows our credit card statements to be tracked by a whole new government bureaucracy. Meanwhile, we've seen welfare for the rich (corporate bailouts) for companies that should have gone bankrupt. The greatest distribution of wealth in the history of mankind. Washington D.C. is the only metropolitan area that is reporting job creation. The rest of the country is slipping deeper and deeper into recession and joblessness. The Tea party movement is growing by the day and becoming more and more vocal about the lies on both sides, endless spending and the lack of a constitutional government. Whether you realize it or not, I'm here to tell you that the Tea Party is here to stay. If we're going to pull ourselves out of this mess, we're going to need every Tea Party supporter out there to step up and decry the outright disrespect of our constitution and ideals of limited government that best serves the people. If you don't understand the Tea party or think they're a bunch of 'racists' then I would strongly suggest you reconsider and inform yourself about what the real Tea party is about. Read some Ron Paul and Peter Schiff. If you're not willing to do that, you really have no business putting your 2 cents in.