GAH! All of you fucking people shut up and go home right now. Just when the old slob yelling “I LUV SARAH!” seems like the most annoying creature on Earth, some kind of tattooed young lady libtard decides the best way to make her squeaky-ass whining worse is to amplify it through some sort of CB radio speaker. Thanks, we guess, to Garrett Quinn, who is very brave.

Garrett also wrote about the counter-protests, which combined the common communist groups with some true dadaism:

After all the talk and concern about possible disruptions to the Boston Tea they turned out to be minimal and ineffective. Most of the people there who planned to actually disrupt the event represented hard-left groups like the Workers Communist Party, Bail Out The People Movement, Socialist Party, and a smattering of Palestinian activists. These groups received next to no press coverage before the event unlike Kathleen Toomey’s group the Real Boston Tea Party who merely gathered to have a picnic on the Common and dress up in fancy clothes. Toomey said that her group planned to remain on their plot of grass near Tremont Street and eat sandwiches for most of the events.

Haha, good thing these people were eating fancy cucumber sandwiches or whatever, because if they were having a picnic based on, say, the new “Bun made of fried chicken” sensation, the teabaggers would’ve eated ’em all. [YouTube/Boston Globe]

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  1. “As I was walking through Boston Common, I saw something most uncommon…”

    Damn, where were these wipes when I was going to school in Boston? All I remember was lots of flannel.

  2. Scrolling through Garrett’s coverage of this event, I really hope Wonkette is compensating our libertarian friend for his efforts with interns and blow.

  3. That was loud, and confusing; one thing I’ll give the teabaggers is that they can make a lot of noise.

    It was shocking to see quite a few black people there until I got a good look at their signs & realized they were counter-protesters.

  4. I’m fairly sure the little guy marching around, for some reason, shouting “I LUV SARAH” is the special needs old guy who “works” at the Back Bay Trader Joe’s putting away carts.

  5. Oh, Political Correctness, please do not take away my precious word, “retarded”! For, it is the only word to descibe the little fucktard doing the Sarah Palin chicken dance!

  6. This is the third time this week that I’ve had that uncomfortable, just-watched-Eric Roberts-play-Dorothy Stratten’s-husband-in-Star 80 feeling and I’m not liking it.

  7. These fucking people. They’re all convinced that progressive taxation is some sort of moral judgment. I don’t resent rich people, I just think someone making over 100K can comfortably shoulder more of a tax burden than someone making 25K. But then they act like this. And then I DO resent them and want to take their money for mean-spirited reasons. Let’s not put the cart before the horse.

  8. That write-up by Garrett sounds like he’s aiming for his blog to be read by an actor in the next Ken Burns Documentary. The one probably entitled “Civil War II”

  9. As an old guy who spent many Saturday mornings watching violent, ass kicking, politically incorrect cartoons, I came to the conclusion that this reminded me of an old Popeye cartoon. Popeye was being continually chased through a particular episode by a character called “Alice the Goon”, she repeated over and over again, “I love Popeye”. The I love Sarah guy reminded of Alice the Goon. Ah well back to my DVD of the Coyote dropping an anvil on his on head.

  10. It is good that we have gone (at great expense and cost of life) to the Middle East to share democracy. However, this young lady is clearly a tattooed minion of Kim Jong-Il, followed by various members of Mugabe’s ZANU-PF and the Burmese State Peace and Development Council.

  11. [re=557173]the problem child[/re]: Hmmm…she is perhaps not the Miss Buffalo Chip material I thought she was. Thanks for that cold slap in the face.

  12. I immediately recognized this from ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.’ It’s the same scene where the residents pretend to watch The World Series. “Someone get me a fucking wiener before I die.”

  13. It’s important to remember that Boston Common, on a spring day, is a veritable biome and ecotone of various clueless and annoying libtard protesters and petition and money gatherers and splonges. And they won’t shut up if you start talking to them. I say this as a libtard myself.

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