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Enough of this tea bagging obscenity parading as politics!

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April 10, 2009

Leave it to Republican frat boys to want to teabag someone. These guys have never grown up: they revel in obscene frat boy double entendres thinking that the poor democrat schmuks who were never pledged to a fraternity would not know the joke.

Well, at a time when our country is struggling for its very economic survival, these juvenile deliquent politrickers want to tea-bag Obama and every Democrat they can find. So powerless do they feel, they can only fantasize about sexually humiliating those who have taken power in the general repudiation of Republican policy.

For those of us who weren’t rich frat boys there is the Urban Dictionary [http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=teabagger] that may let the rest of us in on the sexually humiliating double entendre they have put in play during this public discourse.

teabagging has multiple meanings.
1) a man that squats on top of a womens face and lowers his genitals into her mouth during sex, known as “teabagging”
2) One who slaps another person in the face with their nad sack.
I just teabagged your sister
3) someone who rubs their crouch in someone else’s face, they can have underpants on, but most of the time there are no underpants.

From my fraternity days it was always a humiliation an active member [no pun intended here]heaped on a pledge, usually as they slept. I have also heard that some fraternities make this a part of initiation hazing.

So here are these Richy Rich Repugs thinking the rest of us have no idea what the dirty joke is, and so they go about wanting to tea bag members of congress, Obama and the public in general pretending that it really is an allusion to the Boston Tea Party.

As I remember my history though that was a protest over taxation without representation not a protest over returning the taxation of the rich to the tax rates of the Clinton years. And seems to me there is plenty of representation in this decision, just not Republican representation as they were so humilated in the public teabagging the electorate gave them in the 2008 general election.

So let’s just remind folks that this tea bagging thingy is a pornographic double entendre about a particular kind of sexual abuse.
Gee seems to me as Republicans are pretty expert on the sexual abuse skill set, so many of them have been arrested for sexual misdeads of various sorts during the last 8 years. [see http://www.republicansexoffenders.com/ for confirmation of this republican speciality]

So you go Repugs. You be just as salacious as you want to be. It just confirms our suspicions of the interior life [or lack there of] of your sort.

W
Memphis

15 Responses to Enough of this tea bagging obscenity parading as politics!

  1. Carl Nemo

    April 10, 2009 at 11:25 pm

    Good call Wayne333,

    It seems that these desperate, greed-driven endtimes have nourished crass commentary and behavior on the part of those that should know better… : |

    Carl Nemo **==

  2. almandine

    April 10, 2009 at 11:55 pm

    My first question Wayne, was “are you serious?” Then it became clear you were.

    Could you provide some kinda link to what got you started on this?
    I’m at a loss to make the connection. Thanks.

    Collectivism is slavery…

  3. wayne333

    April 11, 2009 at 12:15 am

    Sorry: I’ve seen this so often, I just thought it was common knowledge that Repugs were using the term tea bagging.

    See this site:

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/04/09/rachel-maddow-ana-marie-c_n_185445.html

  4. wayne333

    April 11, 2009 at 3:19 pm

    Here is a more intersting take on teabagging.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F26vC_1_8xw

    wayne

  5. griff

    April 11, 2009 at 6:40 am

    Wow. The quality of discourse these last couple of days has really taken a turn toward the offensive.

    These tea parties were an independent grassroots effort co-opted by the Republicans and their media minions in order to not only demonize the anti-tax movement (something the Republicans used to stand for), but also to connect the libertarians/independents to the Republicans, thereby using the guilt-by-association tactic to denounce and distract from the true meaning of these protests.

    Mission accomplished. I thought we were smarter than that here. Apparently not.

  6. almandine

    April 11, 2009 at 10:52 am

    You know how it is… late at night, had a few too many, random associations take hold, voila!

    Collectivism is slavery…

  7. wayne333

    April 11, 2009 at 3:40 pm

    wake up and smell the double entendre griff. This is republican politics at its youthful best.

    here is some more of the “voracious” ???? Rachel on these teabagging protests of 2009.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19jfGsvk40A

    w

  8. almandine

    April 11, 2009 at 10:50 am

    The idea that Rachel Maddow is involved puts a whole new slant on it. Only someone with her voracious sexuality would make that connection… or more correctly, that insinuation. How better to “castrate” any attack on current fiscal and monetary policy?

    Having looked at some of the “tea parties” that have already been thrown lately, and especially those to be held on Wednesday, it seems much more likely to me that they harken back to the Boston Tea Party and the “taxation without representation” mentality rampant then and being reignited by the current tax-and-enslave policies of the Obama administration.

    I guess that’s what happens when you get all your news and views from Huffington and the like. Cheers.

    Collectivism is slavery…

  9. griff

    April 11, 2009 at 12:30 pm

    Yep.

  10. Carl Nemo

    April 11, 2009 at 4:11 pm

    There’s something about Rachel Maddow that quickens my ol’ seadog pulse… :D

    Carl Nemo **==

  11. almandine

    April 11, 2009 at 8:59 pm

    Sorry, Carl…

    you’re not her type.

    Collectivism is slavery…

  12. griff

    April 11, 2009 at 4:26 pm

    Again, regardless of what the mainstream hacks may say, the tea parties were not a Republican venture.

  13. almandine

    April 11, 2009 at 9:00 pm

    I agree – it’s the liberty types.

    Collectivism is slavery…

  14. Scammer Smurf

    April 12, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    The issue was not taxation without representation. The issue was economic tyranny, and addressed in the declaration of independence.
    King George had granted a monopoly to the East India Trade Company. Colonial tea was outlawed. This economic tyranny is what brought forth the Boston Tea Party, and the declaration of independence.
    Surreal the history revision taking place today. But this is expected from those who can not grasp WE THE PEOPLE is the epitome of socialism.
    What this boils down to is manipulating irrational stupid people by playing on their ignorance.
    Most of these tea baggers firmly believe in a free market, a free market being an unregulated market.
    Consider, AIG, on down the list bought off such politicians like Dodd, and Frank, and were assured the regulations on the books will not be enforced, no one is minding the store. When the crack dealer buys off the local cop, we do not call it a campaign contribution. We call it a bribe. The law suspended by fiat.
    In this we saw full well what an unregulated market brings. Monopolistic trade, and bankruptcy of historic proportions. American’s were burned $11.5 trillion last year alone, much less the debt of ENRON, AIG, and the like.
    Yet here are deluded tea baggers demanding more of this unregulated markets. They work!
    The irony. The Boston tea party was about ending such monopolistic trade as was brought to this nation when our government whored their office, and why we have corporations that are “too big to fail.” Yet here they are demanding more of this economic tyranny, unregulated markets that assure even greater monopolistic trade… while in profound ignorance are using tea bags to protest REPRESENTED TAXATION.

  15. douin

    April 17, 2009 at 5:37 pm

    It is an already established fact that the rest of the world views the Americans as dumb and naive country bumpkins…and it is easy to see why. These ignorant ‘protesters’ are doing exactly what the Republicans want them to do…get out there and make asses of themselves so as to make President Obama look like he is the worst possible thing to ever be elected to that office. Four months in office is not long enough to be able to judge him. Watch his Appointments and the Actions he takes..and then judge him by the fruits of his decisions.

    Well, it seems that the Protesters have a very, very short memory. The hope of the disenfranchised Republicans is that they can somehow fool the people again…at least long enough to regain control of Congress in 2010…and then claw their way back into the White House. After all we have suffered at their hands for the past 8 years, how can people be so suckered ! What ought to be happening is for the people to force President Obama to keep his word to the American people.

    We must not let him forget all that he Promised to do once he was elected. Politicians, no matter their Party, tend to have very Selective memories once they gain any office..regardless of whether it is President, Senator or Representative. Their feet must be held to the fire at all times. Vigilance must be maintained .