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USA-POLITICS/TEAPARTY
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March 18, 2010
West Michigan Tea Party member Tina Dupont (2nd L) talks about the Tea Party movement while Jan Merrill...
LUDINGTON, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report USA-POLITICS/TEAPARTY
West Michigan Tea Party member Tina Dupont (2nd L) talks about the Tea Party movement while Jan Merrill (L), George and Mary Gasa and Joyce Wykretowicz (R) listen during a meeting of Tea Party members in a cafe in Ludington, Michigan in this picture taken February 11, 2010. "If we hadn't all of those bailouts the economy would be back on track by now," said Dupont. "The jobs would be back, companies would be coming back. If they'd let the banks and others collapse, we would have had a short, sharp downturn." Some Tea Partiers say they can pinpoint the precise moment when they made it clear to the Republican Party they had no intention of being its lapdog. On a bright, brisk afternoon in mid-February, with snow still thick on the ground from storms that had battered Washington the week before, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele met with more than 50 members of the Tea Party, the Twitter Age conservative movement that is reshaping the U.S. political landscape. Picture taken February 11, 2010. To match Special Report USA-POLITICS/TEAPARTY. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
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