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Republicans Have Discovered Teabagging! **Updated**

Too funny not to share.

From Huffington post and the Rachel Maddow Show.

Tonight, on the Rachel Maddow Show, Maddow and regular guest, Air America’s Ana Marie Cox, discussed the fringetastic anti-tax Renaissance Faires known as “tea parties.” There is only one thing in all the world worth noting about the people behind these things, and it is this: everyone involved is apparently unaware of what the term “teabagging” means. As you will see, this is not the case with Maddow and Cox.

“Now, no laughing off set or I will lose it!” begged Maddow, “I’m only barely making it through as it is.” She said this BEFORE Cox joined the segment. From there, it just got better: “Who wouldn’t want to tea bag John McCain?” Cox asked. “This is all part of the midterm strategy,” added. You know it’s going to be teabagging 24/7 when it comes to the midterms.” And it shall be. Of this you can be certain.

I really do not have to say anything more. You all enjoy this, now. I’m just going to show myself out. Good night!

[WATCH.]

Heh. Rachel rulz.

Updated Saturday April 11, 2009 with a clip from last night’s Rachel Maddow Show.

Sorry, Rachel was not as funny last night. However she pointed to something very scary, frightening, and much more important than teabagging the republicans. Rachel Absolutely Rulz.


17 comments

  1. HappyinVT

    of teabagging before this all started.  Perhaps we should be grateful that it wasn’t salad the colonists threw into the harbor.  (I’d have gotten that reference real quick.)  🙂

  2. Kysen

    but the funniest ‘Tea Bag’ comment I came across today was:

    When Teabagging is outlawed, only outlaws will Teabag!

    And here is a little somethin’ to get yer toes tappin’ (and your eyes rollin’):

     

  3. The closest one to me will be in the state capital. That’s about an hour away. It would be kind of fun to go and talk to people and take some pictures. Just imagine what kind of diary I could get out of that.

  4. Where do you stop?

    John does have a great idea.  I think there are things you could do with letters on a sign – I’m thinking of letters like “p” and “d” – that could be rather ironic…

  5. sricki

    to air their perversions center stage. Shameful. Every group has its scandals — we’ve certainly had our share of ours — but there’s a line that just shouldn’t be crossed by any group at any time. And massive, public teabaggings… well, that just crosses all lines. No decency.

    So. This is what conservatives are teaching their children? That evolution is a lie and teabagging is a good hobby. A group sport, if you will. No wonder drug addicts like Limbaugh and morans like Palin are leading the party.

    Tsk.

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