Victoria Jackson’s Defense of Teabaggers
When we last left Victoria Jackson, she was reminding us that, as a good Christian, she thinks poor people need to piss off and die. After clearly demonstrating that she’s not afraid to speak up for the little guy (Christians, rich people), she’s now sticking up for the most oppressed of the oppressed in this country: teabaggers.
Who is the tea party?
You am dumb.
According to the left: racists, Astroturf, tea baggers (pornographic term), hobbits, terrorists.
Astroturf? What the fuck does that even mean? Maybe something that became obsolete in the ’80s? If so, yeah, teabaggers’ ideology is totally “Astroturf.”
I also love the continued bitching about the “pornographic term” teabagger. This coming from the same dunce who compared Obama to Hitler because, among other things, they both had white mothers. Take the log out of your own eye, Vicki.
Come on over.
Meet them and see for yourself.
They believe in God, freedom, family, hard work, free enterprise, a balanced budget and the Constitution. Why is that so offensive and frightening to the left?
I smell an exercise in logical gymnastics coming up!
Liberals must not be Americans.
This sums up the teabagger mentality better than any single sentence I’ve ever heard/read. Disagree with me? You must not be a real ‘Murican. Why don’t you go live in some Mooslim country if you love them so much?
(A close second: reading is for fags.)
A Russian, a black, a Sioux, a Chickasaw/German and a Norwegian got together the other day to discuss a strategy for taking back the Senate
Here, we see the typical teabagger trick of pointing to the 1% of their movement that is not American-born white people to try convince us (themselves?) that THE TEA PARTY ISN’T RACIST ‘CAUSE HERMAN CAIN AND THIS ONE INDIAN DUDE!
and getting a real American president in 2012.
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Vicki must have been feeling lazy this week, so rather than write a full article, the rest of the page is just video clips of the aforementioned teabaggers ranting and raving. Yes, I realize Victoria Jackson is low-hanging fruit, but I think this semi-article gives us an interesting look into how far-right simpletons like Vicki reason (I use the term loosely, of course.)