The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
John O'Hara Pt. 2
Season 15 • 04/20/2010
John O'Hara says the Tea Partiers feel that the government is taking on and doing too much.
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John O'Hara explains that a big misconception about the Tea Party movement is that it's anti-government.
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