Et Teabagger Thread

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by fkbsuhites, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. lol


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  2. You can't make this shit up

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  3. What are the odds this hag ....


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    Is on Welfare and Medicare?




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    Forget clubbing baby seals. Guess who we should be clubbing.


    Club a teabbager. Save the taxpayer some money.
     
  4. Shall we take a wild Guess who this moron voted for TWICE


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    I wonder where this maggot was when Bush signed the Patriot acts



    Guess the label "Patriot" fooled the fools.


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  5. Please feel free to add to the continuous hilarity known as the loser teabagger movement.


    They may be irrelevant, but at least they're good for a laugh
     
  6. TEABAGGERS

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  7. Dale Robertson, self-proclaimed founder of the Tea Party movement, was quoted in today’s Washington Times denying he had ever “seen any racial slurs” at Tea Party events. He was responding to the furor over nasty, sometimes violent reactions to the passage of health care reform.

    There’s just one problem with Robertson’s claim: He was famously photographed at a Feb. 27, 2009 Tea Party event holding a sign that featured the n-word. (via FreakOutNation)

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  8. How do you debate a irrational bunch of congenital retards?

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    That's a brave man. Personally I prefer to club these mofos.

    How many of these imbeciles are on welfare and Medicare?

    Club a geriatric teabagger. Save the taxpayer money.
     
  9. Looks like a KKK party where the host ran out of pork rinds...

     
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    This particular sign is understandable. No one wanted Bush illegals to over run America. But then we all know why Bush let these people into the country. His campaign donors ordered him to allow these people in.


    What are the odds the imbecile holding the sign votes republicunt?



    http://majikthise.typepad.com/majik...y-sued-over-blaze-that-killed-23-seniors.html


    Tea bagger bus company sued over blaze that killed 23 seniors

    One of the featured corporate sponsors of the Tea Party Express had to pay millions of dollars to settle lawsuits for its role in a bus fire that killed 23 elderly nursing home residents fleeing Hurricane Rita in 2005.

    The BusBank, a Chicago-based charter company, a "Tour Partner" of the Tea Party Express, a rolling protest sponsored by the Our Country Deserves Better PAC under the supervision of former Republican state legislator Howard Kaloogian, now a PR exec for the GOP-linked firm Russo, Marsh & Rogers .

    BusBank is also arranging to ferry Tea Baggers to their 9/12 march on Washington to voice their demands for unfettered capitalism. (Update: Commenter Casual Observer asks if there's a Dick Armey connection here. There is. Dick Armey's FreedomWorks Foundation is the premiere sponsor of the 9/12 march; and Kaloogian's OCDB PAC is a "Gold Co-Sponsor.")

    In 2005, a bus carrying seniors fleeing Hurricane Rita burst into flame outside of Dallas, immolating 23 nursing home residents. Investigators later found that the bus was: driven by an undocumented migrant without a valid U.S. driver's license, lacking adequate fire extinguishers, and not registered to operate in Texas. When the bus had mechanical problems before the crash, the driver took it to an unqualified mechanic who failed to notice the critical fault--an unlubricated axle that eventually melted and caught fire.

    BusBank (aka Global Charters) hired the subcontractor, Global Limo. BusBank boasted on its website that it had a "rigorous operator certification process" to ensure the safety of contracted bus drivers. BusBank used Global even though the subcontractor had a long record of federal and state safety violations, had entered bankruptcy, and was being sued.

    BusBank's association with Global appears to have been more than a one-off, Global Limo's owner Jim Maples even listed Global Charters as his employer when he gave $5000 to the RNC in 2004.





    Want to save America?

    Club a Teabagger. Save the taxpayer money.
     
    #10     Apr 18, 2010