This weekend, Tea Party leaders hold their first national convention in Nashville. It's being billed as a chance to bring Tea Party leaders from across the country together to network and support the movement's goals. But not everyone who considers themselves a member is on board. The Tea Party movement grew out of people's dissatisfaction with spending in Washington from both Republicans, Democrats and independents, and some see the $549 ticket price for the convention as a contradiction to the groups grass-roots beginnings. Last year's Tea Party Express put the movement on the map, but many believe the tea party is being taken over by the right wing of the GOP. Has the movement been hijacked? Tell us what you think.