"Tea Party", A Spinoff Political Entity In The Republican Party Of Ross Perot's 1990's Reform Party

Thursday, July 2, 2015

The True Beginning Of The "Tea Party".

The True Beginning Of The "Tea Party".

The Real Beginning of the "Tea Party" is Ross Perot's "Reform Party" that was formed back in 1995.

Written By James Allan (AKA Hat In Ring) | 7-2-2015

Back in the 1990's the republican party had no idea the democrats had turned to communism because it was so well covered up. The Reform Party went dormant after 2000 due to them splitting the vote and causing losses for republicans then came to life as the now "Tea Party" in 2008 when Sean Hannity and Lou Dobbs sparked conservative protests commentating about Barack Obama's social communist roots. The Reform Party still exists but is still 3rd party without its supporters who are now active in the republican party base known as the "Tea Party" wing.

Ross Perot's dream political party did in fact become reality after 8 years of laying dormant with no leadership after the leadership of it's beginning fell apart due to Ross Perot not realizing the 3rd party movement was not working and he endorsed Pat Buchanan as the reform party nominee over Donald Trump for the 2000 presidential run then went further by endorsing George W. Bush over the reform party nominee which killed the reform party movement.

Ross Perot's reform party still existed between its fall in 2000 and the rising up of its supporters as the now "Tea Party" in 2008. The leadership of the present day reform party still hangs on to the failed 3rd party ideals while its supporters remain active as the now "Tea Party" in the republican base. The failed 3rd party ideals of leadership that never listen to or follow their supporters will always fail good or bad and only goes to show leadership that sticks to failed ways will always be the leadership of themselves only.

Had Ross Perot endorsed Donald Trump and ran Donald Trump on the republican ticket all the social and economic problems of today would not exist. There would be no Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and libertarian Bush's screwing up our lives and losing us our incomes. The borders would be closed and the economy booming in favor of U.S. citizens. The middle east war would have been ended and U.S. energy supplies would be abundant at a low cost.

Ross Perot's Present Day Reform Party Web Site: The Reform Party

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Below Pasted From: Encyclopedia Britannica

In 1992, while a guest on CNN’s Larry King Live, Perot announced that he would run for the office of U.S. president if supporters would file petitions enabling him to be on the ballot in all 50 states. With Democratic front-runner Bill Clinton suffering from personal scandals and facing a tough primary race from Jerry Brown and with the incumbent Republican president George Bush weakened by a faltering economy, support for Perot initially earned widespread popularity, particularly among voters dissatisfied with traditional party politics. Perot reached out to both Democrats and Republicans, hiring former operatives from each party to advise his campaign. Polls in May and June showed Perot leading both Clinton and Bush, but in July he unexpectedly dropped from the race. He later returned to the campaign trail, however, and selected James Stockdale as his vice-presidential running mate. Perot ran a nontraditional campaign, focusing on 30-minute infomercial-style advertisements and appearing on the stump to deliver speeches only rarely. His policies focused on opposition to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA; supported by both Bush and Clinton) and on elimination of the country’s budget deficit and national debt. Spending some $65 million of his personal fortune, Perot won 19 percent of the popular vote in the November election. After the election he organized the nonpartisan political pressure group United We Stand America.

In September 1995 Perot established the Reform Party, which he hoped to build into a major political party. The party’s broadly defined platform called for campaign reform, congressional term limits, balancing the federal budget, overhauling the health-care and income-tax systems, and placing restrictions on lobbying. Running as the Reform Party nominee for president in 1996, with Pat Choate as his vice-presidential nominee, Perot received 8 percent of the popular vote. Following the election, he distanced himself from the Reform Party, and, on the eve of the 2000 presidential election, he endorsed Republican George W. Bush over the Reform Party nominee, Pat Buchanan. In 2008 Perot launched a blog, Perot Charts, that focused on fiscal policy.


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