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Politics: Tea Party / A Discussion #962791

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 13, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw politics of the Tea Party movement introduced. [Web entrepreneur Andrew BREITBART†- offers a hundred thousand dollar for video about the use of the "N" word.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Roland Martin, Candy Crowley, David Gergen & Ed Rollins about the Tea Party movement, [MARTIN - questions the Tea Party keeping up the "N" word story.] [GERGEN - comments on the issue about a militia in Oklahoma & on what happened to Representative John Lewis during the health care debate.] [KING - comments on the challenge to the Tea Party: is a protest or political movement.] [CROWLEY - comments on the political "atmospherics": a hostile atmosphere.] [ROLLINS - talks about the Tea Party playing a spoiler role.] [MARTIN - says the movement needs a centralized operation.]

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