Would you teabag on a train?
Would you teabag on a plane?
Would you teabag wearing socks?
Could you try not watching Fox?
|Louis Armstrong |
Go Tampa Lightning!! You did it!!!
You got a higher turnout then the local TEA party.
Also, "COX", it was a little flacid
I wanna teabag Ana Marie Cox.
How the hell will history books ever manage to describe this decade
I'm picturing a little sidebar with a picture of the Obama = Hitler guy and it'll just have a brief little blurb about how America was really, really retarded for a while there. The heading will be "The Stupid Years" and they'll talk about how people were actually idiotic enough to not want universal health care. There will be a sort of winking tone to the whole thing that lets the reader know that they're in on the joke cause they live in a better time.
Two dykey ladies talkin' 'bout old white people and how they're dumb.
What an age to be alive.
dude wonkette isn't anything near dykey
|Caminante Nocturno |
They're not taking their fall from power very well at all.
having a BALL
I don't trust Maddow to get her facts straight, considering that MSNBC (Or at least Maddow and Olbermann) are unabashed liberals. I also don't trust her comparing protest numbers to sporting events, and other non-political gatherings. I Would have liked to have seen them compared to other protests, preferably during the ramp-up to the Iraq War. (As opposed to later, when more Americans were catching on when the War was a bad idea- in short, nascent protests before wide spread unpopularity.)
Here's some better numbers.
5000 in Sacramento CA were Teabagging.
50000 to 60000 in LA for anti-war protests. ( I was unable to find numbers for an anti-war protest in Sacramento, or a tea bag protest in LA. Population of the two cities is vastly in favor of LA.)
I am aware that this may not be the most useful comparison - I would like to think more people are strongly opposed to war then taxes. If someone can think of a more useful comparison, I would love to see it.
"The irony of these protests is that federal revenues as a share of the gross domestic product will be lower this year than any year since 1950. ... The truth is that the U.S. is a relatively low-tax country no matter how you slice the data." - Bruce Bartlett, Fortune Magazine analyst
I do love my left-wing media bias.
It's feeling forced. But I'm still giddy over the left-wing bias.
they just can't stop saying "teabagging" can they?
The conservative talking heads can't, either. The difference is that they don't know what it means or why we're laughing at them.
This is almost better than when I found out that 90% of WoW players don't really know what a "twink" is.
You can tell Republicans are just starting to learn how to protest, Anti-War Protesters normally have far more creative signs.
|Scrotum H. Vainglorious |
Angry white people.
|Blolf Witzer |
I'm really glad we have this huge woman to take the piss out of these people.
|Blolf Witzer |
Also: god i want to make out with ana marie cox
I would do awful, awful, awesome things to Ana Marie Cox.
Needs Ana Marie Cox tag.
And I need to tag Ana Marie Cox.
I don't have a chance of dating her, do I?
Also, having grown up in Colorado, not surprised by the inclusion of Colorado Springs.
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