The Democratic Party plans to draw the contrasts between its candidates in November and the extreme Tea Party-GOP candidates. Yes, Tea-Party-GOP. And the Democrats plan to draw the public's attention to the fact that there is little difference now between the GOP and the extremism of the Tea party, as the GOP absorbs Tea Party favored candidates, many of whom are extreme radicals running for office on the Republican party line.
The Tea Party Movement is not a grass root movement that sprung up overnight, spontaneously. The Tea Party Movement was begun by Tea Party founder, Dick Armey, and his GOP activist pals at Freedom Works, which controls the National Tea Party Federation. It is supported and promoted by the Tea Party de facto chief of propaganda, the head of Fox News, the long time Republication operative, Roger Ailes. Its two outstanding candidates, so far, are the Tea Party radical wing nuts, Rand Paul, and the nuttier, Sharron Angle.
The Associated Press reports that .the Democrats' message to the American voter is that the fringe tea party candidates and Republican lawmakers are the same. And that one needs only to listen to the wing nuts to see " how Republicans beholden to the tea party would govern."