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The Tea Party In America

These Colors Don't Run

I'll keep this post short, because, well, the video pretty much speaks for itself. It's safe to say that the members of Tea Party movement like to say what's on their mind — sometimes coming off as very controversial, as we've seen in the past few months. While not everyone is a fan of the protesters' posters, at times adorned with offensive messages written in crayons or markers, one person would like to thank the Tea Party for doing what they do. For the group's continued use of colorful stationery, the CEO of Crayola (actually played by Zara Findlay-Shirras) sends her appreciation for a strong spike in sales.