Sen. Scott Brown (R-Tea Bagged) got plenty of help from Tea Party groups in his successful 2010 campaign, but maybe not so much this time around.
According to the Daily Caller, the tea has cooled:
Scott Brown was the tea party movement’s first electoral victory. But now that he’s up for re-election for a full six-year term in 2012, tea party activists tell The Daily Caller they’re not going to bother putting together the same operation that swept him into office the first time.
Don’t get them wrong: They’ll vote for him; they just won’t work for him. “Scott Brown has disappointed us a few times,” says one Tea Party Patriot. “So are we going to go out there and hold signs for him everyday? I don’t think so.”
And he’s not doing all that well on the gender front either after making a sexist crack about Democratic Senate hopeful Elizabeth Warren on a radio program this morning.
Let the cups and saucers fly.