While Secular Right appeals to non-religious rightists more concerned with the unrelenting growth in the size of the bureaucratic state than with social issues conventionally associated with conservatives, atheists and agnostics are more openly hostile towards the Tea party movement than even black Protestants or Jews are. The following table comes from Pew's recent survey report on the Tea party, social issues, and religion:
A full two-thirds of A&As disagree with the things tea partiers stand for. Among no religious grouping or among those otherwise unaffiliated with any religion who do not self-identify as A&A does that portion even reach 50%. If your God doesn't live in the sky, I guess He lives in the halls of Congress, or even worse, in Turtle Bay.