Thursday, April 16, 2009

Tea Part-ay Recap

This is for those folks who go to bed early.

The Daily Show With Jon StewartM - Th 11p / 10c
Tempest in a Tea Party
Daily Show
Full Episodes
Economic CrisisPolitical Humor


From "the two most dangerous women on our side". I'm proud to say these gals beat the livin' shit outta them wingtard skanks!

Update zwei:

Jason Linkins at Huffpo on the wingtards whinin' about the double entendre of "teabagging". Many more links:

One of the things that emerged in the run-up to the Tax Day Teabaggings is that the Tea Party participants helpfully opened the door to allowing everyone to think about their movement in terms of a sex act, common to prisons, which in turn gave rise to some wonderfully detailed bawdy talk and punny double entendres on the teevees. And this was a great, good thing, indeed! And yet, surprisingly, not everyone has managed to find the joy in this! Take the Washington Times' Amanda Carpenter, who has a big old sad about it:

"I'm not offended by it. I expect it. They have responded to popular sentiment across the country by acting like kids on a playground," said RedState's Erik Erikson, who just days ago was earnestly speculating that Levi Johnston and his sister were in an incestuous relationship. As in, STRAIGHT UP BONIN' AND TATTOOIN' ONE ANOTHER, WITH SEX.

Anyway, my great big heart is moved with pity for all of you who cannot enjoy these racy jokings, which, unless you actually enjoy parsing the prion-addled political mind of this movement -- is the only pleasurable product these tea parties have offered anyone.

Also, if you aren't a fan of things like the Maddow/Cox back-and-forth, be warned: you REALLY won't appreciate this article in Detour Magazine, entitled, "Protest Taxes By Stuffing Your Balls Into Sam Wurzelbacher's Mouth."


Just as an aside, on the same page as the above was this link. For us dirty old men only. Yum.

No comments: