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Topic - Sal Russo
Press and pundits erupted with glee following Rep. Michele Bachmann's announcement that she would not run for office again. The Minnesota Republican drew much derisive coverage, described in various reports as a "failed presidential candidate" and a "fact checker's dream," among many things. But not everyone was interested in the media pile-on — and they appear convinced that the lawmaker is not done yet.
To tea party activists, the upside of the IRS scandal blowing through the White House is simple: More and more are giving money, time and voice to the limited-government cause.
Guests for the Sunday TV news shows:
From Alaska to Florida, the swelling "tea party" front catapulted underdog candidates in Republican primaries this year, but one of its greatest forces has been a highly organized California-based group initially formed to defeat Barack Obama's presidential bid.
"We know that her fight for liberty and free markets will not stop at the end of her term," Mr. Russo adds.
"We're definitely seeing a spike in both interest and contributions," said Sal Russo, co-founder of the California-based Tea Party Express, to Fox News.