See larger FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2010 file photo, Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown removes his glasses after reading a transcript from earlier comments he made about the Tea Party Movement at the Omni Parker House in Boston, during a news conference to accept the support of a group of veterans ahead of the special election to be held to fill the senate seat left vacant by the death of Sen. Ted Kennedy. When the Tea Party Express pulls into the city where the conservative movement got its name, the crowd will be as notable for who is not there as who is. Sarah Palin is the keynote speaker on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, but Brown, whose January election the movement claims as its proudest accomplishment, is skipping the event.

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FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2010 file photo, Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown removes his glasses after reading a transcript from earlier comments he made about the Tea Party Movement at the Omni Parker House in Boston, during a news conference to accept the support of a group of veterans ahead of the special election to be held to fill the senate seat left vacant by the death of Sen. Ted Kennedy. When the Tea Party Express pulls into the city where the conservative movement got its name, the crowd will be as notable for who is not there as who is. Sarah Palin is the keynote speaker on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, but Brown, whose January election the movement claims as its proudest accomplishment, is skipping the event.

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