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An '''open source conservative''' embraces the [[best of the public]] and openness, while rejecting traditional controls on discourse.
 
An '''open source conservative''' embraces the [[best of the public]] and openness, while rejecting traditional controls on discourse.
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==Examples of Open Source Conservatives==
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*The [[Tea Party]] rejects the idea that a political movement needs to be governed by a handful of political elites; it is a movement driven by the [[Best of the Public]] which uses the Internet and other modern communication methods to organize and coordinate activities, rather than traditional top-down marching orders.

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An open source conservative embraces the best of the public and openness, while rejecting traditional controls on discourse.

Examples of Open Source Conservatives

  • The Tea Party rejects the idea that a political movement needs to be governed by a handful of political elites; it is a movement driven by the Best of the Public which uses the Internet and other modern communication methods to organize and coordinate activities, rather than traditional top-down marching orders.