“I think the biggest threat to the movement could be the movement itself,” said conservative talk radio host Dana Loesch, a co-founder of the St. Louis Tea Party.
But decentralization is the core of the movement’s appeal, other Tea Party leaders say.
I’ve said before on television, radio, and on this site that the disorganization of the tea party movement is its strength. Easier to kill a spider than a starfish.
That’s not to what I was referring to, however. This morning (post below) I described how I specifically mean that those power-jockeying, those who wish to co-opt the movement, that segment presents a bigger threat to the tea party than any “outside” forces.