When it became evident that our Republic was under grave threat of destruction from would-be dictator Obama and his subversive minions, many brave conservative leaders rose to the occasion and said, “I think I can use this crisis to cash in, form a nonprofit and draw a salary.” The name “nonprofit” is a euphemism, like calling Islam the “religion of peace” or illegal aliens “undocumented immigrants.” It is the opposite of what it really is. Such parasitical organizations would be more accurately called “wanna-profit.”
The Tea Party was a great movement in the beginning, but when it became dominated by one national wannaprofit organization just before the 2010 elections, it pretty much died as a political movement. We had a budding impeach-Obama movement going until the largest group (Overpasses for America) filed as a Super PAC, which can receive contributions from anyone that are unlimited in size. That was when they started moving the focus away from impeachment.
There are a number of nonprofits doing fine work on specific issues. But people need to realize that nonprofits are not effective in leading a broader effort to confront Obama. A potent movement to stop and remove Obama must be done in the old-fashioned American way, as a movement made up of real volunteers, whose leaders are not paid salaries by anonymous fat-cats.