On this week's edition of The Brody File Show, Tea Party Express Chairwoman Amy Kremer says a Mitt Romney presidential bid will run into major trouble with the Tea Party because of the healthcare plan he put in to place as governor of Massachusetts.
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David Brody/Brody File Host: On the Massachusetts healthcare situation, you'e going to tell me that's going to fly in the Tea Party movement?
Amy Kremer/Tea Party Express Chairwoman: Absolutely not. I'm being honest here. You can't get away from that, that's the thing - the days of people being able to do one thing in their state in front of a microphone, and then going to Washington and doing something else. The Internet, and 24-hour news cycles changed it all, and these people don't have short memories, they're digging up everything from the past, and they're not going to let go of the health care.
VIDEO COURTESY CBN NEWS/THE BRODY FILE. IN ARTICLES, COURTESY, "On CBN's The Brody File Show."
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We take a look at the future of the Tea Party movement, where conservative evangelicals fit in, and why it matters to Washington. Watch for a roundtable discussion on the Tea Party's impact with Tea Party Express director Amy Kremer, Concerned Women for America CEO Penny Nance, and Robert Jones, CEO of the Public Religion Research Institute.
Also, see exclusive interviews with Sen. Jim DeMint, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, former Christian Coalition leader Ralph Reed, and GOP Rep. Mike Pence.