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HERE’S THE screengrab. Let teabaggers never whine again about being called “teabaggers,” a natural name they were given in their early days, when actual, physical tea bags were their main weapon. Also, they liked to put their filthy unwashed balls into each others’ mouths. A good time was had by all. Now, according to some video that may or may not be affiliated with anything, they are admitting this.

Really? “Teabagging”? That’s very immature, ladies and gentlemen affiliated with the Tea Party Political Movement. Class up.

[Fox Nation via Salon]

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44 COMMENTS

  1. I think Lipton, Luzianne, all the tea companies should have to put out statements disavowing themselves of the inappropriate use of their fine products. snicker

  2. Hey, you guys promised you’d illustrate every post with the pic of teh Teabag Titz, dincha? If ya can’t believe in yer Wonkett, why go on living?

  3. Even though it’s a year old, I love the newsbusters whining about mean liberals using dirty humor against the teabaggers. They’re being treated just as seriously as they deserve, which is not at all.

  4. They can cal everybody else names but we can’t refer to them by a name they use, themselves!

    Teabagger logic!

    Also, they are out today protesting Obama cutting their taxes. Brilliant!

  5. I wonder if any Teabaggers have used the brand of tea “Republic of Tea”? Do they know they have a flavor called “The People’s Green Tea”? I wonder if they use it because it sounds vaguely populist, without realizing its China-ness.

  6. I’m going to become a teabagger. Since I’m a black chick they’ll let me be in all their videos! No, serious though– if this video was a real representation of what they stand for I’d have no problem with them. I still would not agree– but it would be so much less creepy if they were just some grouchy, diverse, libertarians who don’t like big gubberment.

  7. [re=556891]WonderWomyn[/re]: yeah, but I worry they’d all be runnin’ with the Paultards. If only the stoner libertarians who consider Burning Man a form of activism would become as visible of a movement.

  8. What manner of Teabaggery is this?

    Where are the intractable white people with their fascism donkey bellowing with hatred about the Kenyan wall that separates the government from its people?

  9. Like all teabagger shit, I got a few seconds into this one and thought, “oh, I see. It’s some liberals making a not very funny parody of the teabaggers. Okay.” Then at the end they show the Obamageddon shit and realized they meant it.

    There are so many stupid people, it scares me.

  10. If the teabaggers want to teabag Democratics, they should start with Bill Clinton. I think he might actually enjoy it. Just get a chubby teabag girl to do it, and watch the bipartisanship grow!

  11. Ok, on further examination, those folks in the video were either hired struggling actors or the sort of people who read Reason magazine…the hipster looking guy who won’t shut up about how much Ayn Rand changed his life.

  12. [re=556883]Mr Blifil[/re]: actually, apparently there’s some sort of econ-blogger-war going on right now, about that very question. Some libertarian asswipe decided to argue that women were more free in the 1880’s, despite all those fun laws against cohabitation, fornication, sodomy, and, umm, miscegenation. Presumably, including laws against ball-licking. Because there were fewer economic regulations! And the only sorts of liberty that matter are the ones that affect large businesses!

    Boring, boring stuff, actually.

  13. “Also, they liked to put their filthy unwashed balls into each others’ mouths.”

    It sounds like Layne’s filthy potty mouth is rubbing off on you, Jim. This is a good thing.

  14. [re=556885]PabaBritannica[/re]: You actually hit on something deeper there. Tea only comes from countries (India, China, Sri Lanka and so on) that are a lot more like what they claim they are afraid of than what is really going on in the US. So they should reject tea in all its forms (and coffee, too, since it comes overwhelmingly from non-US locales where dark-skinned people live). But they can’t even get that right, since they actually buy the tea for the purpose of “sending a message” when the whole message of the original tea party was to not buy the damn stuff with a tax the American people hadn’t passed legilsation to support.

  15. [re=556891]WonderWomyn[/re]: You can save a lot in talent fees by hiring one person to be the token black professional, AND the black woman, AND the black tea bag chucker.

  16. [re=556926]mumblyjoe[/re]: Women might not have been able to vote, and were considered their husbands’ property, but hey they had the freedom to go to work in the mines at five if they wanted to, and could negotiate a wage as low as they wanted to. Freedom!

    It is refreshing to see a Randroid actually admit they want to take us back to those horrible days, though.
    !

  17. Jim, you sumbitch, I clicked on the screengrab 3 times before I realized it was a picture. You abused my Pavlovian response to a to a YouTube play button. Don’t do that.

    Also, this parody involved a record number of black people for a teabagger event. All of one. Hoo boy, we cookin’ with integration fluid now!

  18. OK…let’s be honest here. Who here doesn’t like, on occasion, to put their filthy unwashed balls into someone else’s mouth? Glass houses, people…glass houses.

  19. [re=556923]PabaBritannica[/re]: Hey, if you can get Joey Tribbiani to do a commercial about being a guy with Herpes, you can get a struggling actor to play anything!

  20. [re=556939]Berkeley Bear[/re]: based on their anti-union stance, I’d suggest that the Tea Party should reject tea in favor of Coca-Cola. However, I don’t know how well “come to our big Coke Party this tax day” would go over with 65 year old conservatives.

  21. Hey, that’s MY picture of Demonic Pelosi they just trashed. I keep it on my desk along with pictures of Marx, Engels and Lenin. Doesn’t everybody?

  22. [re=556963]PabaBritannica[/re]: In Hotlanta, where Co-cola has its headquarters, they’d lurve it. There are, or at least were, billboards all around town saying, “Why have coffee for breakfast when a Coke’ll do ya better?” or somesuch. Some marketing genius at Co-cola ought to start some “grassroots” campaign to get rid of coffe and tea in US America, because they’re un-American, we can grow co-cola rightchere. (I think they actually grow tea in South Carolina, but I ain’t bothering Google with it.)

  23. Okay, I’m dumb. If it wasn’t Fox, then who the heck DID make this video? I don’t see any identifiers on the clip.

    I think someone’s pulling a late April Fool’s Day joke.

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