he emergence of the Coffee Party, a liberal answer to the Tea Party movement, has inspired the media's copy editors and bloggers to indulge in some enthusiastic wordplay. The Week has filtered a choice brew of the most aromatic headline puns:
"America wakes up to the Coffee Party"
Guardian, March 15
"Coffee Party? Tea Party? Join the Brewvement!"
Huffington Post, March 11
"Coffee Party aims to give the teetotalers a jolt"
Newark Star-Ledger, February 28
"Coffee or Tea party? Whatever your cup, roll up your sleeves"
Chicago Sun Times, March 8
"Will the Coffee Party gain steam?"
CBS News, March 12
Toronto Star, March 13
"Coffee vs. Tea: A political movement is brewing"
CNN, March 14
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