Most of the stories I have read on the Tea Party movement are relentless - and that is entirely what I expect on the editorial pages. But the same sentiment has found its way to the news page as well.
In a Washington Post article from Sunday, Oct. 24 the paper presented findings after what seemed to be a lengthy investigation on the Tea Party as a whole. The Post attempted to contact every Tea Party "group" and, in essence, verify their existence. After making sure they did actually exist, the Post then asked them questions about their chief concerns - which of course included their thoughts about the president's race and religion, since that is all the Tea Party really cares about.