Is the Coffee Party a force?

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Up until about a month ago I would visit the Coffee Party's website on a regualr basis but because of my schedule I don't go to their website as often as I did in the past. I wanted to go to a live local meeting but in my area they would always be held on a Saturday moring when I was at work. Now for the next few weeks I have Saturdays off but I don't notice any local meetings scheduled so I have be unable to see how something organized goes off. It seems that they are fragmented and not the force the Tea Party movement is or appears to be. Has anyone here had a chance to go to any of their events? In a general sense what is the opinion of this group?

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Captain Hiltz
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More like a farce

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stwo
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