|chairsforcheap - 2009-04-18 |
|afp3683 - 2009-04-18 |
so, he's not very popular with this group, eh?
but he soldiered on through that speech anyway.
|phalsebob - 2009-04-18 |
I don't know how Americans view this, but Canadians look on this as if it were a skit. Actually, three years ago it was a skit, now it's an SNL skit because it just won't end.
|sliggy - 2009-04-18 |
I don't get this. Can somebody explain who this guy is and why they all hate him? Because he seems to be saying exactly what they want to hear.
He voted for the bailout, and is now trying to jump on the teabagging band wagon.
That guy sounds like a punk who just does whatever is politically expedient. Fortunately all the speakers at the Atlanta Tea Party were great Americans.
Great Americans = Rich White People with Problems!
|Timothy A. Bear - 2009-04-18 |
When you can't win over the crowd by insulting France you know you're in trouble.
|Xenocide - 2009-04-18 |
"Thank you! Thank you!"
|Cleaner82 - 2009-04-18 |
All I can say is if he's a Republican, good for them. At least they could now *claim* there were principles involved.
They're booing him when there are absolutely no consequences. Let's see these babies actually vote against a Republican, ever.
|Helena Handbasket - 2009-04-18 |
Fun factoid: this was Lyndsey Graham's district
|joelkazoo - 2009-10-02 |
Wow, they sure showed him!
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