About Us

 

The Tea Party is a national grassroots movement that is focused on smaller government, accountability in representation, lower taxes, and family values. Recently, a considerable segment of the movement has turned its attention towards Muslims and Islamophobia. Some have gone so far as to say that Islam is not a religion and it should not be protected by the 1st Amendment.

Here at Muslim Tea Party Patriots, we believe that the Tea Party principles transcend race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or any other politicially correct classifications that the left likes to use. We believe that the main stream media and its liberal slant are doing whatever they can to divide the Tea Party and pit us against each other. To be clear, we do not support any viewpoints that directly attack anyone’s God-given and inalienable rights that are codified by the US Constitution. However, we do believe that the current state of affairs in Washington, DC needs a Tea Party movement to bring the balance of power back to WE THE PEOPLE.

With all the demagogues and misinformation out there, this blog will attempt to carry the Tea Party’s overall message while advocating that Islam is compatible with true American values that the Tea Party movement stands for. United We Stand…

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3 Responses to “About Us”

  1. apostate April 24, 2011 at 08:23 #

    I would love to give my backing to a group who has stated goals as you, how do we know you have any ties to radical muslims? Do you back sharia or not?

    Burn my flag, disrespect my country, I will defacate
    on the koran

  2. Paul Yoder February 8, 2013 at 14:07 #

    want to hear your position on Israel’s right to exist.

  3. Anonymous February 8, 2013 at 23:52 #

    I haven’t heard you speak out against radical acts by Muslims.

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