Taste my teabags!
I am really surprised that he's straight.
Of course I'm referring to Cavuto.
|Albuquerque Halsey |
meh, low-hannging fruit.
Being a dick= Pointing out hypocrisy through a cavalcade of oral sex puns? Ridiculous actions deserve ridiculous commentary.
|Caminante Nocturno |
5 for the million man march footage and for getting away with such a dirty joke at the end.
I just want Obama to have a press release on April 16th. In this press release, he will be drinking a cup of tea, with a big smile on his face.
It won't happen, but it is happening now in my imagination.
Yes, that would be awesome.
In a way these teabaggers have a right to be mad with Obama for showering wall street bankers with gold. Still, listening to Beck is like listening to a rusty trombone, so I'm gonna hop on the cleaveland steamer and COCKS!
"in a nutshell"
a pair of teabags dangling into a cup of tea
Even if any viewers didn't know what else "teabagging" means, David Shuster surely does.
You for got the kind of army they're going to need he mentions as at the end. (Sorry, would have spelled it out but want to avoid spoilers.)
|Frank Rizzo |
"tea bagging parties"
"they're going nuts for it"
"teabaggers are full throated"
and so on and so on...
|Sudan no1 |
It's a small detail, but I love that this shares a tag with the "Life Ruined By Teabagging" video enjoy submitted.
This is like a MadTV sketch.
Conservative Obama Critics Killing Socialism?
For the I don't know how manyeth time: WHERE THE FUCK WERE THESE PEOPLE FOR THE LAST EIGHT YEARS???
Yeah, that's just one of the many questions not worth asking.
Voting for Bush/Cheney and Ron Paul.
Don't try to conceive of them as rational actors.
My favorite part is: Bailout for banks and Wall Street = redistributing wealth = Socialism.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I couldn't ask for more than the perfection that is this movement. Then the last part.
What I find most curious is how little news coverage this event is receiving. It's a protest being organized and conducted in multiple cities throughout the country. Does this not qualify as news, regardless of your personal political affiliations?
All three cable news channels covered it all day. MSNBC and FOX for days before hand (months in Fox's case). I think it got plenty of play considering it was trade marked and sponsored by the RNC. Considerably more play then say the largest human gathering in history, the March 2002 anti-Iraq war protests.
|Space Helicopter |
I kinda hate him for for that fleeting visualisation of Beck and Hannity getting an 'up close and personal taste of teabagging.'
But he is win.
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