The Tea Party Goes to Washington by Rand Paul

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The Tea Party Goes to Washington may be the book that helps the non-interventionist and budget-minded section of the Tea Party prevail over neoconservative influences.
-The New American

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If the midterm elections were a declaration of war on the status quo, Rand Paul leads the battle charge. Voters fearful of growing government and debt have found voice in the Tea Party phenomenon and the movement continues to deliver a message that Washington, D.C. has found impossible to ignore.

In THE TEA PARTY GOES TO WASHINGTON, the newly elected senator and self-described "constitutional conservative" explains why his party has to stand by its limited government rhetoric and why the federal government must be stuffed back into its constitutional box. Given the problems our nation faces, these are not mere suggestions, but moral imperatives.

Rand Paul and those who voted for him want to stop borrowing, end the bailouts, and entitlements and the spending. In THE TEA PARTY GOES TO WASHINGTON you'll learn:

The history of the Tea Party and why it isn't "extreme" How both parties operate outside the Constitution Rand's plan for a balanced budget Why the Tea Party will endureNow is the time to get America back on track-- this is the moment of the new revolution that will take us back to our grass roots, to the country of our founding fathers.

It's a new day in Washington-- as the Tea Party graduates from populist outrage to political influence, Rand Paul stands poised to become one of its greatest champions.
 

About Rand Paul

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US Senator-elect Dr. Rand Paul lives in Bowling Green, Kentucky with his wife and three children. He has been a practicing opthamologist for 17 years. His run for the Kentucky US Senate was his first bid for political office. He is the son of Ron Paul, Texas congressman and 2008 Libertarian Presidential candidate.
 
Published February 22, 2011 by Center Street. 259 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction
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Washington Times

Excellent
Reviewed by W. James Antle III on Mar 11 2011

Tea Party conservatives like Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul are often vilified as lunatics, conspiracy theorists...counters this hateful caricature with a book that is fact-filled, economically literate and frequently charming.

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The New American

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Reviewed by Thomas Eddlem on Feb 28 2011

The Tea Party Goes to Washington may be the book that helps the non-interventionist and budget-minded section of the Tea Party prevail over neoconservative influences.

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PJ Media

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Reviewed by Tom Bowler on May 01 2011

In The Tea Party Goes to Washington, Rand Paul celebrates the unexpected libertarian uprising that exploded onto the American political scene as a force to be reckoned with.

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Kentucky.com

Excellent
Reviewed by Jack Brammer on Feb 23 2011

It primarily provides a spirited defense of his belief in Tea Party principles.

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