Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Tea Baggers Need a Dick Armey and Other Related LULZ

Today is Tax Day in the USA. It's not something that people usually celebrate. However, this year is different. All around the nation, people are gathering together to participate in events to voice their displeasure with...well, with everything, it seems. If you haven't heard about this, I don't know where you've been hiding for the past few weeks. Nevertheless, there's no reason why you should miss out on the lulz this movement has inspired.

So, let's get this party started, shall we? How about a look at some of the Epic Fails?

The woman being discussed in this first link is so full of fail that I wish she wouldn't have identified herself as a person with disabilities.

Glen Beck doesn't think that New York is a reflection of "real America"
, despite the fact that it is, you know, one of the oldest cities in the USA.

Neil Cavuto thinks that there's not much of a difference between 5,000 and 15,000 people in attendance at a tea party event.

Now let's check out the best of tea-bagging related coverage:


Rachel Maddow almost made me have an asthma attack from laughing during her report on Tea Party events scheduled for today. She gets extra points for including a guest who was able to get through the entire thing with a straight face.



I had to save David Schuster for last. This video is pure awesomesauce.



By the way, if you don't know what tea-bagging really means, you can see it here.

Tea-Bagging 101

Update: On Huffington Post, a commenter puts the number of participants into perspective.

"The president drew this many people to six different rallies. Or more. And better than twice this many people joined him in person on election night. 30 times as many showed up to see him inaugurated."

4 comments:

voz said...

Neil Cavuto thinks that there's not much of a difference between 5,000 and 15,000 people in attendance at a tea party event.
I bet the ppl who clean the Port-O-Lets will know the difference.

The Repugs are at it agin...will they ever learn?

belledame222 said...

huh huh huh teabagging huh huh huh

belledame222 said...

that first link's not working, p.s.

BLESSD1 said...

So can it be said that FOX Noise is the official network of those who love to get tea-bagged? They were mighty ambitious to be at those "tea-bagging events". Just sayin.....