Jonathan Krohn, conservative prodigy and author of the book "Define Conservatism," may not fit the typical Tea Party demographic -- or some of their talking points.
"I don't think Obama's a socialist or evil, I just think he's wrong and I disagree with him, he's a leftist, that's what they are in France and in Great Britain and in Canada," Krohn told Neil Cavuto on the Fox Business Channel at a Tea Party rally in Atlanta Thursday.
"My dad thinks Obama is a socialist and all these extreme views," Krohn added.
"There are crazies on both ends," the teenager said when asked to respond about how liberals were painting conservatives as extremists. But, if people started to pursue fact based political arguments, Krohn said, people would "stop being obnoxious and stop spreading all this filth -- some people are socialists or fascists and stuff."
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