Here is some comedy gold from the highest rated news entertainment network in our United States. I really enjoy how anti-establishment they have become. Only a few months ago they were pitching - and catching - for the establishment.
“I also would like to point out that there was a bill -- the hate crimes bill that's called the Matthew Shepard bill is named after a very unfortunate incident that happened where a young man was killed, but we know that that young man was killed in the commitment of a robbery. It wasn't because he was gay...
"This -- the bill was named for him, hate crimes bill was named for him, but it's really a hoax that that continues to be used as an excuse for passing these bills.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The protest organizers were
struggling to get the event together. They had originally planned to
unload a rented truck filled with a million tea bags into [Lafayette
Park], but were stopped by officials because they didn’t have a permit. A woman in charge of the protest announced that the right-wing Competitive Enterprise Institute
had generously agreed to display the tea bags at its headquarters a few
blocks away. She also said that there were originally supposed to be
two stages with events, but the metropolitan police had blocked them
from putting a stage on the sidewalk. A woman standing next to me
leaned over and said, “That’s big government for you!”
Hundreds of tea party protests are scheduled in cities and towns across the country for tax day (help us report on them!). But the curious don't need to wait till April 15 to get a sense of what these protests might be like.
Take note of all the grownups dressed as teabags (they're supposed to look like they're in stocks):
“Get ready for the anti-Tea Party sabotage and smear campaign” For the next 9 days, the left-wing blogosphere and left-wing clueless pundits will hammer away with their unreality-based Tea Party smears.
And on the ground, the tax-subsidized and Soros-subsidized troops are going to try and wreak havoc every way they can. Many readers and fellow bloggers have seen signs that ACORN may send in ringers and saboteurs to usurp the anti-tax, anti-reckless spending, anti-bailout message.
How does George Soros have time to make any money when he's so busy fucking with the teabaggers?
Another video making the rounds shows a patriot in Ohio saying he's told his accountant he's not paying taxes anymore:
A few on the right - including eliminationistCharles Johnson - are starting to realize that the Republican party is doomed. John Batchelor:
What about the Republican Party right now? Isn’t it on radio and TV claiming to be the party of fiscal responsibility and American power? Bypassing the stupidity of these claims, I am on radio, on what is called right-wing radio, and it is easy for me to see that my loudest colleagues, who compulsively repeat the cant of Conservatism for Dummies, are not sincere students of the Republican Party but rather barkers, hookers, establishmentarian jesters, cultists, and, in the worst instance, just thatch-headed whiners.
That's a pretty good description of promoters of the teabag douchbaggery.
The next week should be interesting. John Cole:
The best part about all the attention the tea parties will get the next couple of days is that it will all be on film. The usual suspects are already trying to do damage control, pretending that they will have been infiltrated by no-gooders (who else- Soros funded ACRON!), but that is pure nonsense, and the country is going to get a good look at some pure, undiluted, right-wing crazy.