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Desc:Anderson Cooper makes a funny.
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kiint - 2009-04-16
I guess he would know
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-04-17
We can only hope.

Jefka - 2009-04-16
That's a well-timed and executed delivery.
Cena_mark - 2009-04-16
The lie-beral media still denies that the Tea Party movement will get anywhere. But in Atlanta we were 15,000 strong. We were Tea-bagging, but our voices were loud and clear. We're taking the house back in 2010!!!
kingofthenothing - 2009-04-16
Who's house? Ron's house?

robotkarateman - 2009-04-16
Republicans, the dine-and-dash political party.

IrishWhiskey - 2009-04-16
15,000? That's very good for a first try. Well done. *pats on head*

You should write a thank you note to Fox News and the RNC. Maybe with their help, you can some day get numbers that are actually impressive. And maybe even a coherent message too.

Cena_mark - 2009-04-16
That was 15000 in just Atlanta. It was over 750,000 across the U.S.

Cena_mark - 2009-04-16
The numbers may not be huge in Liberal terms, but they are astounding in Conservative terms. Liberals are group thinkers and can easily be swept up into a rally or protest for any cause any day. But Conservatives are independent thinkers. We don't easily get swept up into rallies as you mob mentality libs do.
These numbers show that we are fed up with government waste. We are ready to do something about it.

Louis Armstrong - 2009-04-16
Wow, a population half the size of the town I grew up in in the middle of Wisconsin showed up.

In Atlanta.

I think its still fuckin pathetic.

IrishWhiskey - 2009-04-16
Really? Where did you get that number from? The non-partisan sources I'm seeing say 300,000.

Anyway like I said, well done. Its not easy to gather get that many people to protest... uh... whatever the teabagging was about. Its just that those anti-war demonstrators make it look easy.

Desidiosus - 2009-04-16
Christ, Cena, you lot have been out of power for what, 3 months? Suck it up and live with it.

My suggestions:

If you think Obama's a fascist, move to Norway.

If you think Obama's a socialist, move to Italy.

If you think taxes are inherently evil, move to Dubai.

robotkarateman - 2009-04-16
Really? Fed up with government waste? Really? After 8 years of Bush you can really say that without laughing?

Helena Handbasket - 2009-04-16

I am confused please clarify, thank you.

Also I think you have your politicial groups backwards. The traditional problem with liberals is that they do not form cohesive groups as well as conservatives. Books tell me so.

RockBolt - 2009-04-16
If you don't like America then you can GET OUT

Witty_Pop_Culture_Reference - 2009-04-16
Teabaggers=750,000 people across America!

Protest against Iraq invasion=Over 750,000 people in some cities alone.

Never give up, you scrappy conservative underdogs that represent the masses!

baleen - 2009-04-16
That was 15000 in just Atlanta. It was over 750,000 across the U.S. "


We did half that when Sulu came out of the closet.

Camonk - 2009-04-17
Cena, why do you fuck babies? That is gross, dude. Is it cause Ron Paul told you that if you have sex with a virgin you won't have to pay income tax?

KnowFuture - 2009-04-17
Didn't a certain makeup-wearing wrestling fanboy "admit defeat" about 5 months and several hundred completely un-asked for opinions/comments ago?

dickshapedfood - 2009-04-17
I guess there is pride in tea-bagging. You get to introduce into a homoerotic situation while firmly establishing yourself as "top". Well done, Republicans!

Hooper_X - 2009-04-17
Man, I REALLY wish I had dropped by the Atlanta protest, but I was too busy buying organic produce and fair-trade coffee at Trader Joe's. Then I paid for a haircut.

(Also, I had an appointment to give blood, but that's not nearly as LATTE LIBERAL)

afp3683 - 2009-04-17
I think Anonymous had more people camping out in front of Scientology churches.

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-04-17

Yeah, 750,000 is a big number. Can you imagine how tall a stack of paper 750,000 pages thick would be? Do you know how big a bag you would need to carry around 750,000 oranges? A row of sliced bread 750,000 slices long would require a very long loaf of bread!

So it follows that 750,000 protesters who aren't all in the same place illustrates the momentum, size, and popularity of these tea parties. Because 750,000 is a big number.

Cowboy Funk - 2009-04-16
I'm hoping this turns in to an annual event, it never stops being funny to my inner 12 year old.
KnowFuture - 2009-04-18
I'm so sorry, I stand corrected:

Didn't a certain makeup-wearing wrestling fanboy BABY-FUCKER "admit defeat" about 5 months and several hundred completely un-asked for opinions/comments ago?

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2009-04-16
Cleaner82 - 2009-04-16

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-04-17
Because he's becoming a priest.

Avengingatheist - 2009-04-17
Because there's no tax for fucking babies.
pastorofmuppets - 2009-04-17
2009 has been an awesome year. And this teabagging thing never ceases to be hilarious. The best is yet to come.

Billie_Joe_Buttfuck - 2009-04-17
Five for the dead-pan expression melting in genuine laughter.

Also, apparently Cena_Mark fucks babies. Who knew?
Blolf Witzer - 2009-04-17
Anderson is so dreamy.
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