Sunday, April 19, 2009

Teabagging silly season

The weirdest part of the left's criticism of the Tea Bag Parties was the word "teabagging." It was "ha, ha, snicker, snicker, They don't know what teabagging really is."
We also don't know what horse crap tastes like. And we're proud of our ignorance in that.
We have to remember lessons we learned on the elementary school playground.
1. Act your age, not your shoe-size.
2. I'm rubber and you're glue. Everything you say bounces off of me and sticks to you.

2 comments:

libhom said...

Wow, you have to be humorless not to laugh about anti-sexual people using a sexual term that has been around for decades to describe their political protest?

You must be completely immune to irony.

Pundette said...

"No sense of humor" and "anti-sexual" (aka "prude") are 100% predictable knee-jerk responses from those who have crossed the civility line. David Shuster wasn't having yuks with his pals in private. This was on a 'major' news outlet that is watched by some families (I suppose). It was vulgar and wildly out of place. If you doubt the vulgarity, watch the Shuster video again.