Tribpedia: Coffee Party

The Coffee Party is a political organization that was created to counter-act the anti-government rhetoric of the Tea Party.

The movement began after Maryland resident Annabel Park, venting on her Facebook page, offered, an alternative to the limited government-themed Tea Party rallies: “Let’s get together and drink cappuccino and have real political dialogue with substance and compassion.” A fan ...

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Members of the San Antonio chapter of Coffee Party USA pose with a sign.
Members of the San Antonio chapter of Coffee Party USA pose with a sign.

Grounds for Debate

For the politically disenchanted Texan who can't cozy up to the Tea Party, an alternative brew is now available. It's called the Coffee Party.