Peter joins the Tea Party but doesn't discover until it's too late that Carter Pewterschmidt is using the party to get rid of government for his own selfish motives.

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Lois Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
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Chris Griffin / Additional Voices (voice)
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Meg Griffin (voice)
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Peter joins the Tea Party but doesn't discover until it's too late that Carter Pewterschmidt is using the party to get rid of government for his own selfish motives.

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When Mayor West leaves office after the town's government is abolished, he takes one of the Town Hall pillars with him, yet later the pillar is miraculously restored. See more »

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Peter Griffin: Carter? Oh hey. You're involved with the Tea Party? Wait a minute. This is what Brian was warning me about: that the Tea Party is run by rich guys who are only out for themselves.
Carter Pewterschmidt: Brian? You mean that arrogant, unemployed dog of yours? Peter, he's just one of those liberal elites who spreads lies and hates patriots.
Peter Griffin: Yeah, he kinda is.
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Spoofs Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) See more »

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This episode is a joke, just like its writer Patrick Meighan.
23 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Patrick Meighan, the writer who worked on this episode, was arrested on Dec. 7, 2011 for participating in the Occupy Los Angeles protests. But the Tea Party is a bunch of ignorant anarchists? Hello pot, meet kettle.

This episode is just anti-Libertarian propaganda and more uneducated yuppie politics from Seth McFarlane's circle of morons. This is worse then the 4/20 episode they did, when they made it seem like they were going to do an episode on why marijuana legalization is good, and then just did a bunch of stupid songs and dance that made the argument for marijuana legalization look just as dumb as the episode.

At least we know who's side Seth McFarlane is on, and it's not the side of Liberty / Freedom (unless it's freedom to make straw man arguments on your increasingly retarded "sitcom").


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