Small Tea Party Turnout in Jacksonville
If anyone needs prove that the tea party's popularity is dying then look no further than the number of people that showed up for an Americans for Prosperity's protest outside of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Jacksonville.
AFP State Director Slade O'Brien said about 15 others joined him for the hour protest outside the headquarters because the company is "using a nonprofit 501C3 to market their product.
/P> The tea party ranks grow thinner. That doesn't stop local and national Republicans from fearing the tea party's wraith.