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Help Republicans Teabag America

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The Washington Monument stands over the Potomac as a massive symbol of the power of teabagging

The Washington Monument stands over the Potomac as a massive symbol of the power of teabagging

Come on you moderates and independents out there we know you can’t stand it either.  The rallying cry has been stuck by us Republicans, but we need you to join us as we teabag America.  The teabag movement is a new Republican movement to protest the colossal thievery going on in Washington and the huge economic crisis the Barrack Obama created in the years leading up to his election.

I believe that this is the greatest Republican protest to date against Obama.  Going Galt was a good idea in principle, but after doing it for 2 and a half weeks I finally had to give up when nobody noticed.  Conservatives have a proud tradition of tea bagging this country going back to 1773 when we refused to bend down and yield to the King of England and instead tea bagged him right into Boston Harbor.  However, for this effort to really succeed we need every Tom, Dick, and Harry who is fed up with Obama’s rigid socialist dogma to join us in our protest.  Together we can erect a monument to the everyday citizen who refuses to simply keep a stiff upper lip when Obama tries to reach into our pockets.   Emperor Obama has no clothes and the only way to show the world is by teabagging him.

We tried sending actual tea through the mail, but unfortunately the Democrats and their ridiculous 9/11 provisions have made it illegal to mail tea to congressmen or the President.  Instead simply send them a picture of a tea bag.  If you look up teabagging photos on google I understand you can find a whole lot of them, but take your time to find a good one and send the picture to President Obama or your congressman on April 1st. Remember to  be civil.  As tempting as it is to try and get a rise out of them, you can’t go off half cocked and expect to get anywhere.  This is going to be hard, but if we come together we can still pull it out.


Written by thatsrightnate

March 23, 2009 at 5:38 pm

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    March 23, 2009 at 8:56 pm

  3. I am speechless. I don’t know if Obama would be into teabagging, but something about Joe Biden makes me think he wouldn’t mind…


    March 24, 2009 at 12:54 am

  4. I don’t know why Safe Search would need to be off. I can’t see Obama sticking up for teabagging either. Biden may support the principles, but he’s too soft.


    March 24, 2009 at 5:10 am

  5. I don’t know, Nate. I’ve always seen Biden as having a brass pair.


    March 24, 2009 at 7:37 am

  6. This is not the work of a moral man. Nate’s suggestions are laced with gross perversion and sexual inuendo (I learned all about that from Miss Missouri), but they are not the kind of words a former Miss Ohio wants to hear her future husband using. Shape up Nate and think straight or you will lose me forever.


    March 24, 2009 at 2:04 pm

  7. I have no idea what you are talking about. This is a growing movement and I refuse to believe Michelle Malkin would be involved in anything that could be deemed either perverse or gross.


    March 24, 2009 at 2:44 pm

  8. Now you are being ridiculous Nate. Michelle Malkin is not Christian, she is Japanese. They are Hinduis. They don’t have the same rules about perversion or grossness. The Vietnam War proved that. If you are looking to her for examples of what is decent and clean, then you will be very disappointed in life. It does explain your potty mind however.


    March 24, 2009 at 4:03 pm

  9. Tea Party gear can be found at


    March 25, 2009 at 6:15 am

  10. “Richard”? I’m sick of people whose minds are in the gutter using all these double entendres. I wrote an article about a bunch of patriotic Americans getting together and teabagging and gutter brains have to come along and turn it into something dirty.


    March 25, 2009 at 7:01 am

  11. I’m with Nate. I drink tea regularly, and I am offended at the suggestion that a teabag is somehow dirty. And can somebody explain to me why a waitress slapped me when I asked her to toss my salad? Do I have to toss my own salad these day?


    March 25, 2009 at 6:16 pm

  12. No Wrecks, you most certainly should not I mean unless the waitress was Going Galt or something.


    March 25, 2009 at 6:38 pm

  13. I’m such a noob. I had to go read what teabagging was then come back to re-read this post. Way funnier now…. Yeah, I know, morals of an alley cat. What can I say, I’m a raging liberal….


    April 1, 2009 at 10:10 pm

  14. Teabagging is a Republican movement that is growing larger and larger.


    April 2, 2009 at 5:35 am

  15. Yea, Republicans have been teabagging America for sometime! It’s about time they just came out and admitted it! Dick Nixon, Dick Cheney, now we are talking serious tea-baggers here! Open wide America, and receive the gift the Republican Party has for you! You go you Tea-Bagging Republicans!

    Is this a party-wide movement, or did the log-cabin republicans launch this campaign? I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to get my teabags wet!

    The Perfect Name

    April 9, 2009 at 8:22 pm

  16. That’s the spirit. This idea has come up from below, but the log-cabin republicans can certainly join in. When it comes to teabagging we don’t discriminate.


    April 9, 2009 at 8:47 pm

  17. This is too funny. Could you see Limbaugh dropping his nasty, shit stained sack on Mark Levin’s big nose?


    April 10, 2009 at 7:45 am

  18. @wreckracer…… You are fckn hilarious!

    Dubious Entertainment

    April 10, 2009 at 1:30 pm

  19. I know 99% of right wingers are not too well read and are deeply out of touch with the American culture in the 21st or for that fact the 20th and maybe even the 19th centuries.

    But gang, are you telling me there was nobody in the decision making process who decided to use the term tea bagging, smart enough to inform you that maybe you would want to use another term.

    This is where right wing loathing of education and critical thinking has caught up with you. The 18-35 age group which has rejected the GOP does not think of the Boston Tea Party when they hear tea bagging. If you truly cared about educationg our young people the past 25 years, maybe they would think first of that historic night in the Boston Harbor in 1773 instead of Limbaugh dropping his shit stained balls in Mark Levin’s mouth.

    However, what goes around comes around and now you right wingers are too funny and simply irrelevant.


    April 10, 2009 at 2:09 pm

  20. I really resent you saying such things in this blog which I keep wholesome and family oriented. Tea Bagging came up from the masses. If we were out of touch, we wouldn’t be teabagging with them. tea bagging is a fine American tradition. I really don’t see what you find so obscene about it. This has been spreading through the East Coast the way that our Dirty Sanchez protest against illegal aliens has spread through the Southwest.


    April 10, 2009 at 3:28 pm

  21. Tea Bagging….. it has more meanings than you think!

    check search for “tea bagging” and I sure hope the republicans don’t do that to the country!


    April 11, 2009 at 7:42 pm

  22. Oh my. What filthy minds people have. Still, this use of the term teabagging is very recent. Republicans have been teabagging America for hundreds of years.


    April 12, 2009 at 9:27 am

  23. great logic-not:

    “the teabag movement is a new Republican movement to protest the colossal thievery going on in Washington and the huge economic crisis the Barrack Obama created in the years leading up to his election.”

    Let me see if I understand. The President created the current economic crisis in the years leading up to his election.

    If you wish to have a genuine grass roots movement, then get your facts straight and your rhetoric more compelling. This is not it


    April 14, 2009 at 7:06 pm

  24. “Let me see if I understand. The President created the current economic crisis in the years leading up to his election.

    If you wish to have a genuine grass roots movement, then get your facts straight and your rhetoric more compelling. This is not it”

    The economic downturn begins only shortly before Obama began running for President. It is not unreasonable to assume that his decision to run precipitated this crisis.


    April 14, 2009 at 8:08 pm

  25. Gee, half the governments in Europe (France, Spain, the Scandinavian countries, Britain, etc.) have or have had socialist or semi-socialist governments, and they seem to be doing pretty well. People there may pay higher taxes, but they have longer vacations, better benefits, free health care, and so on–WITHOUT any “loss of liberty.” So–what’s so bad about socialism? Socialism and communism are NOT one and the same.

    Raanan Geberer

    April 15, 2009 at 9:36 pm

  26. Excuse me but we’re America. We like not having to take vacations or use benefits. That’s just the way we roll.


    April 16, 2009 at 5:34 am

  27. Giggle. Teabag movement. You guys are truly pitiful.


    May 7, 2009 at 4:46 pm

  28. no one knows tea bagging like my right hand “man” reggie LOVE.

    mr intolerant

    May 16, 2009 at 7:04 pm

  29. You are just one more boneheaded philistine trying to drive political debate to some point beyond the absurd. Stop.


    August 4, 2009 at 5:25 pm

  30. Actually, I’m Scotch and German


    August 4, 2009 at 8:18 pm

  31. Teabagging? You lot need sandbagging! The GOP is for untramelled capitalism supported by a bascially fascist conservative government (aka the Bush administration) and thats what got us into this unholy mess. Get real you guys.

    Roger Vella Bonavita

    August 11, 2009 at 2:36 am

  32. “The economic downturn begins only shortly before Obama began running for President. It is not unreasonable to assume that his decision to run precipitated this crisis.”

    As long as you have no understanding of economics, no, it’s not unreasonable to assume this. Others would point to the lack of regulation enjoyed for the better part of the preceding decade that allowed unscrupulous lenders to cash in on people who bought hoses they shouldn’t have, and then bailed when the shit hit the fan. But what does reality have to do with it?

    By the way, a temporal association doesn’t create–or even imply–a causal relationship. Anyone who paid attention in junior high science could tell you that.

    “We tried sending actual tea through the mail, but unfortunately the Democrats and their ridiculous 9/11 provisions have made it illegal to mail tea to congressmen or the President.”

    You mean the ridiculous provisions that were passed with a Republican sitting in the White House, and with the same party’s control of both houses of Congress? Your sense of logic is otherworldly. You do know that Lewis Carroll was writing satirical fiction, right?

    “I really resent you saying such things in this blog which I keep wholesome and family oriented.”

    If the abundance of sexual innuendo in your post is accidental, then you really need to get laid. If not, then stop being so smug and disingenuous. It won’t help you with the ladies, either–or the guys, if you swing that way.

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 1, 2009 at 4:46 pm

  33. First off, I really enjoyed you in the Police Academy movies Mr. Guttenberg. That’s why it pains me to see you fall for the same liberal thinking that so many in Hollywood do. Was the filth in the last paragraph really necessary? One thing I appreciated about you was your ability to work clean.


    November 1, 2009 at 5:19 pm

  34. Nice way to avoid the real issues in your typical snide and smug fashion.

    I apologize if the term “get laid” was interpreted as filth. I was making a genuine point–either you are being disingenuous (i.e. lying) when you claim that you keep your posts clean, or you are so sexually frustrated that you don’t notice the frequency with which they are peppered with innuendo. I don’t mean this as an insult, and I apologize in advance for any offense this causes to you or your readers; it’s simply an observation.

    Having read more of your posts, I am of course convinced that you are deliberately inflammatory, and either feign or strive for ignorance in the majority of your conclusions and proofs. Accepting the Church’s history of St. Pat ridding Ireland of snakes, for instance (cf. your recent “Jack O’Lantern” post and subsequent comments), rather than the conclusions drawn by objective scientists, leads me to the conclusion that you really aren’t worthy of consideration.

    You convince no one of the truth of your assertions; those that believe you had their minds made up before they got here. I stumbled across this blog in an attempt to gather some real information about the teabag movement, and you have succeeded only in convincing me that it is nothing but a bunch of posturing gibberish.

    I prefer the objective to invective any day.

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 1, 2009 at 5:34 pm

  35. There’s a lot more to me than posturing gibberish.


    November 1, 2009 at 9:04 pm

  36. Why isn’t any of it in your posts?

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 1, 2009 at 9:05 pm

  37. It is, if you’d get your mind out of the gutter, you’d know that.


    November 2, 2009 at 12:53 pm

  38. I’m sorry. You’re right. It’s my fault your posts don’t make sense, and that you have failed to address the specific questions I asked regarding your statements. Mea culpa.

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 2, 2009 at 1:20 pm

  39. No problem. I never took it personally.


    November 2, 2009 at 1:48 pm

  40. Just to be clear, then, I can stop waiting for a lucid and intelligent response to my direct questions? Such as, what makes you refer to the post-9/11 mail restrictions as something created by the Democrats? Or why you think Obama is to blame for the financial crisis that began in the middle of Bush’s second term?

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 2, 2009 at 1:59 pm

  41. Mail Restrictions = Post Office = Government Employees = Unions = Democrats

    The financial crisis started because people were worried Obama would be elected President. Several prominent economists like Lynn Cheney have even said so.


    November 2, 2009 at 5:51 pm

  42. “Mail Restrictions = Post Office = Government Employees = Unions = Democrats”

    Seriously? Then shouldn’t we abolish Congress (more government employees), the police, and of course the biggest government employer of all, the military?

    “The financial crisis started because people were worried Obama would be elected President. Several prominent economists like Lynn Cheney have even said so.”

    Lynne Cheney (it’s spelled with an “e” on the end there, Nat) isn’t an economist, and even you can admit (though you probably won’t) that she might have a biased perspective on the issue. If you can name one of the other “several prominent economists”–like maybe an actual prominent economist (preferably someone respected bipartisanly like Greenspan)–I might take you a little more seriously.

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 2, 2009 at 6:03 pm

  43. thatsrightnate

    November 2, 2009 at 8:22 pm

  44. Mac Johnson, according to the link you’ve posted, is not an economist at all:

    “Mr. Johnson, a writer and medical researcher in Cambridge, Mass….”

    Neither are two thirds of the GOP.

    Again, if you can post a link to one of the “several prominent economists” who have made this claim, your argument will carry more weight.

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 2, 2009 at 9:32 pm

  45. Limabugh also said it and he’s prominent. I’m sure there are important economists in that 2/3 of the GOP.


    November 2, 2009 at 10:30 pm

  46. Yes, “Limabugh” (can’t you take the time to type your idols’ names correctly?) is very prominent. And also not an economist (he doesn’t hold a bachelor’s degree of any kind, and his entire work history is in the radio industry).

    I am also sure that there are important economists in that 2/3 of the GOP. I would like to know their names. I refer you again to your statement:

    “The financial crisis started because people were worried Obama would be elected President. SEVERAL PROMINENT ECONOMISTS…have even said so.” (emphasis mine).

    You have yet to name ONE prominent economist, let alone SEVERAL, who have made this claim. And just so we’re clear, Hannity, Hewitt, and the guy on yahoo answers (all also top google contenders for this claim) aren’t economists either.

    You’re great at stirring up fervor in true believers, but you really suck at this whole debate thing, with its picky little standards of objectivity and validity, don’t you?

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 2, 2009 at 10:39 pm

  47. I think the guy on Yahoo Answers might be a prominent economist


    November 2, 2009 at 10:52 pm

  48. I had an inkling you would go for this one. He very well could be a prominent economist. I will reserve judgement until you post his bona fides.

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 2, 2009 at 11:07 pm

  49. Guttenberg recieves an ‘F–‘ in reading comprehension! Keep up the good work, Nate, and together we can all teabag America! Now I just need to decide which type of tea to send *rummages through a catalogue*


    November 3, 2009 at 4:59 pm

  50. “Guttenberg recieves an ‘F–’ in reading comprehension!”

    What part of Nate’s ranting did I fail to comprehend? The part where he said “several prominent economists” have blamed Obama for the start of the recession? Because that’s a direct quote. Right now, if he could name just one, I would stop asking.

    By the way, the idea of purchasing tea to protest the government is completely antithetical to the concept of the original Boston Tea Party. Stealing it and flushing it down the toilet would actually be more in line.

    Daniel Guttenberg

    November 3, 2009 at 5:17 pm

  51. Guttenberg, May I call you Steve? Have you ever heard of satire, or parody?



    November 3, 2009 at 6:13 pm

  52. Thank you for living up to your name Master Debater. When our founding fathers purchased tea to dump into Boston Harbor, they taught the British a lesson and together we can do the same thing to America.


    November 3, 2009 at 6:50 pm

  53. Wow. Just… wow. Don’t worry Nate, I know EXACTLY where you’re coming from, unlike Mr. “3 men and a baby” up there.

    The Democrats may be the mules, but they’re the ones that are gonna be Donkey-punched. They’re trying to act above us, like they’re looking down at us through a Glass-bottom Boat! We need to pull a Houdini on these guys: right when they think they’ve found us, boom, we’re somewhere else. We need to pull and Abe Lincoln, and stick to what makes this country great!

    We are gonna teabag them, just like at the old Boston Tea Party, and afterwards we’re all gonnna have a nice round of our own Boston tea with Boston pancakes.

    And y’know who we really need? Mrs. Alaska herself, Sarah Palin! She needs to hop on the next Alaskan Pipeline and bring her patented Siberian Sledgehammer to Washington to crush up the competition! She’ll bring a Dumptruck full of destruction in there!

    Don’t worry, everything gonna come out fine in the end and man, when it does, I think we’re all just gonna have to laugh about it. That’s what makes America great.


    November 6, 2009 at 1:18 am

  54. Thanks Unopepito–Your analysis is spot on.

    “They’re trying to act above us, like they’re looking down at us through a Glass-bottom Boat! We need to pull a Houdini on these guys: right when they think they’ve found us, boom, we’re somewhere else.”

    I really have faith that that is Michael Steele’s strategy.


    November 6, 2009 at 7:01 am

  55. It’s ABSOLUTELY HILARIOUS (not to mention absolutely FRIGHTENING) to read all these posts arguing about the supposed & alleged differences between the one-and-the-same Demicans & Republicrats….
    Do ANY of you actually think there’s a REAL difference between the parties?!?!?!
    Do ANY of you TRULY BELIEVE that ANYONE holding national office actually have ANY of YOUR interests at heart?!?!?!

    HINT: The Answer is a resounding “NO!”…

    If you answered yes, then I strongly urge you to educate yourselves further about the what really goes on between corporate America and DC.

    As for the ‘teabagging’ vernacular…any 6th grader can tell you what ‘teabagging’ REALLY is…if you want to coopt it for your own purposes, don’t be surprised to be the ‘butt’ of so many teabag jokes…it’s just too easy to pass up. I’m pretty sure that the original Tea-Party protesters from the 1700’s did NOT call themselves ‘teabaggers’, especially since teabags didn’t exist prior to the turn of the 20th century….not the ones for tea anyway.


    December 11, 2009 at 1:17 pm

  56. Thanks for posting. In the future though, I generally find if I ask a question and then give the answer, it helps to space down a few lines so that people won’t accidentally cheat by seeing the answer.


    December 13, 2009 at 9:05 pm

  57. All republicans want to do is be in charge. All demorcrates want to do is be in charge. All CEOs and bonus recipients wanted was a vacation and now its supposed to just be all back to business and stuff now? Every recession the rich and “powerful” get richer and the government becomes more necessary by virtues as social programs, tax breaks, being necessary and if that isn’ job security, guess what? WE THE PEOPLE’s expense. I don’t know about yall but I raised my hand to protect this country against foreign OR domestic threat. I say how long I hold to that oath. Bet there’s others too, huh?

    David Fisher

    January 5, 2010 at 5:41 pm

  58. That would be BR549

    David Fisher

    January 5, 2010 at 5:43 pm

  59. i love how stereotypical thatsrightmate is

    “im scotch German”

    no, your white American, deal with it, instead of trying to latch onto any excuse of a hertitige, be proud of what you are

    i don’t go round saying…”British, no i think you’ll find I’m actually Anglo-Saxonian Norman Gallic German”

    also quick point here, if your American, and earn over $40 000 , then you pay the same tax as europeans


    January 14, 2010 at 4:58 pm

  60. I know. That’s why we deserve the same social benefits Europeans enjoy instead of the corporate welfare that only helps the wealthy get wealthier.


    January 14, 2010 at 5:02 pm

  61. Thank you. I’m glad you enjoy the site.


    January 14, 2010 at 9:06 pm

  62. I’ve read through these posts, just as mr. Guttenberg, to once and for all really establish what the teabag movement was. And I have to say; it doesn’t impress me. In fact, you singel-handedly convinced me everyone in your balls-to-mouth organization are complete idiots. You’ll probably just use your Reagan-retorics and call me a socialist yahoo, or liberal nutjub, but you really gave me the urge to unload some sense onto you Nate, cause you obviously need it.

    First off. Obama caused the financial crisis? That’s ridiculous. Yes, it may have caused certain conservative republicans to wet their pants, run to the gunstore to prepare for the negro invasion, but atleast the majority of the general public possess enough common sense to see how ludacris that is. I would say it is extremely racist to claim that this world-wide crisis was caused because MAYBE the US would be getting an African-American president. But I expect nothing less from someone who manages to take Rush Limbaugh seriously. The fact that you were happy with a drunken baboon running things, but not with an actuall university proffessor, who in difference from his predecessor has an IQ that surpass his shoesize.

    The current ciris is created by a system that has no capability of carrying it’s own weight. The banks have created this mess themselves, by creating tons of loans on papers and bonds of no real value, and then taking up loans on the loans, hence creating money that doesn’t exist. Which, by the way, they still do as far as I know. Then we have the credit card companies, which is a modern day version of the mobster loan-shark. They knowingly lend money to people they know can’t pay them back, while charging insane interests. Aka. Predatory lending, which in this kind of magnitude contributes to economic and social unstability with the poor and the beast.
    Up until 1967 wealth was redistributed amongst the middle-class (the beast), hence they received a bigger percentage of total income. The last 43 years this has shifted, and today the richest 1% in America has more money than 95% of rest of the people. In other words a giant pyramide scam. This scam has managed to run rampant because lack of restrictions and regulations.

    If you just open your eyes you would see that this is true. Look back to the good ol’ fifties, where only dad had work to support his family financially, and look at the situation today. If you add that CO’s used to make 40 times the amount of money the average worker did, and now make 550 times the ammount the average worker does, this might give us some idea of where the money went. This undoubtfully creates an unhealty social dynamic. Most republicans encourages this nonsense,by for instance creating tax-cuts favouring the rich.

    I think some socialism would do America good. I know even some of you liberal Americans might raise a brow to such a statement, but that’s really just becase your evil, greedy, scheming governments (I still have faith in Obama though) and corporations have brainwashed you to think it will mutate and evolve into 1960’s Soviet communism, and breed poverty and despair. I’m a Norwegian, living in Norway, the country which has been given the “best country to live in” atleast three times in a row, and we have a socialist governemnt. Ofcourse, Norway isn’t perfect, but people doesn’t starve here, they will never be refused medical care, we have 2.6% unemployment and this financial crisis hardly affected us. And to you republicans who wonder; No! Norway is not the capitol of Stockholm.

    My intention wasn’t to appear to be smug, but I simply wanted to point out the fact that there is socialism in practice in many European countries, and is seemingly functioning alot better than this perverted form of capitalism that has literally siezed control over America.

    Alot of you are probably wondering why I even care if I’m Norwegian and live in Norway. Well, no matter how hard I wished it weren’t so, America is paragon to the rest of the world, and what America decides tend to apply to, or affect other nations as well. And I’m not even talking about the foreign politics now, which ofcourse affect other coutries. Personally I thank mother nature and the big bang (god and religion is for nutjobs) that Obama has taken the wheel. And you should too Nate, atleast your country regained some lost integrity.

    Anyways, I feel this i dragging on too long so I’ll wrap it up, even though I could have kept on writing forever.


    January 17, 2010 at 1:43 am

  63. Socialist nutjob


    January 17, 2010 at 9:40 am

  64. It’s time for Americans to wake up, and take this country back! Socialiam didn’t work in Russia, and it won’t work here. Russia went bankrupt.
    God will see to it that evil and greed do now win, he always does. God, PLEASE! BLESS America!
    STEP ONE: Scott Brown (R) has won Ted Kennedy’s seat. 🙂


    January 20, 2010 at 3:57 am

  65. Funny, I thought the US was the nation with the trillion dollar bankruptcy? It is a shame though that that war in Afghanistan bankrupted the Soviets. Will they never learn the lessons of Dwight Eisenhower about the military industrial complex? At any rate, it’s good to hear from Kaylor that the US is still solvent!


    January 20, 2010 at 5:38 am

  66. There is nothing that has ruined my beloved Europe faster than those greedy socialists. The one thing I don’t understand though is why you say God always let’s greed and evil win. I’m sorry, but I’m Christian and I don’t believe he works that way.


    January 20, 2010 at 6:43 am

  67. Pretty sure Kaylor meant “…will NOT let evil win”. Ever heard of a typo?

    David Fisher

    January 26, 2010 at 6:50 pm

  68. In reading peoples opinions and frustrations, I wonder how our children will see us as trying to be responsible in our attempt to secure a peace for them. We advocate to them to be nice, learn how to share, keep an open mind, respect your neighbor. All this political stuff is nothing more than who has the biggest bag of rocks to throw at each.
    Ths feller called “thesecondtallestman”, were do you even get off with your opinion? My Great Uncle served on Gen. Pattons staff in WW11. Bet you were darn glad to see U.S. then, huh?
    Now, if you all haven’t forgotten the Boston tea party was about people fed up with taxation without representation. That was a way for our forefathers to express disgust in the state of affairs, not political distinction. Two parties was established to ensure objectivity but now days we stand on both sides of the perverbial fence to toss dirt at each other, thinking one is better than the other. I guarantee that when our forefathers dressed up as indians and threw boxes of tea overboard there we no republicans or democrates involved. When the Declaration of Independence was sent to the king there only two types of people involved….those afraid and those who had had enough.
    If this nation is to be “by the people and for the people” again, I truely believe we must put our toys aside, and be nice. One leads by example. Tossing the dirt at each other is nothing more than childish behavior. That’s right nate, that includes you too!


    January 26, 2010 at 8:06 pm

  69. You aren’t a kindergarten teacher by any chance are you?


    January 26, 2010 at 9:09 pm

  70. Veteran! And you?


    January 26, 2010 at 9:21 pm

  71. I would have served as well had my financial situation been different.


    January 27, 2010 at 6:25 am

  72. Ya, whatever!


    January 27, 2010 at 6:38 pm

  73. thatsrightnate is my new hero.


    a raging liberal nutjob


    January 28, 2010 at 8:57 pm

  74. Thank you for proving my point.


    January 28, 2010 at 9:51 pm

  75. Well I am happy to have hero worship, but I am very conflicted by your liberal views. I hope you stick around and give us a chance to convince you that you’re wrong.


    January 28, 2010 at 11:28 pm

  76. Wild horses couldn’t drag me away Nate. Convince me.


    January 29, 2010 at 8:06 pm

  77. I was talking to k8, but I think my articles show persuasive conservative viewpoints most everyday.


    January 29, 2010 at 8:27 pm

  78. Regardless Nate, I am convinced. You were once a late night AM radio talk show host who couldn’t make the cut and now you feel the need to spread your garbage wherever you can. You have a nice life nate.


    January 29, 2010 at 10:52 pm



    March 21, 2010 at 7:34 am

  80. Well there you have it folks, the rational answer to all our problems…eat shit and die. I’m sure that responsible advice took at least more time learning how to spell the words than it did to call up such small mindedness out of the archives of ones demented sub-conscious. See? Us crackers are worth more than just someone to cry racist too, huh?


    March 21, 2010 at 4:32 pm

  81. HA HA!! We got healthcare!!! So now WE dont have to eat shit and WE dont have to die!!! But you racist losers can, and I wish you would, and soon!!!


    March 23, 2010 at 10:04 am

  82. Bikerman, why don’t you go read a definition of parody or satire, then come back and give Nate another look. No true progressive wishes death on anyone else.


    March 23, 2010 at 11:40 am

  83. What has saved the world from a communist take over was European social democracy. It took the wind out of the sails of a working class revolution and a communist totalitarian state. A combination of the best of capitalism and socialism was and is the solution. Pure,unfettered capitalism will destroy itself because of inherent greed. Karl Marx would love you teabaggers because you would bring about a class war quicker. Europe learned that lesson well after World War II. Social Democracy was bigger threat to communism than capitalism ever was. Read your Lenin,Trotzky etc.

    Your isolationism and jingoism betrays your ignorance.
    Live in other parts of the world and then judge. Democracy in this basically decent country is slowly ebbing away and your movement is only one of the first nails in the coffin.

    Viktor Adler

    March 23, 2010 at 1:27 pm

  84. Viktor, I swore you were going to get proletariat into that somehow.


    March 23, 2010 at 7:23 pm

  85. Dearest Friends, My Mom’s about to commit suicide about this new development. Ross Perot MAY fund you4this. It will take$$.On UTUBE there’s a video call Tusk(FleetwoodMac) by a Great Marching band(VIEW IT!)The Styrifoam ROMAN hats coupled W/the LOUD multiplex drums,trumpets& rombones & other instruments combined with all microphoned amplification. The hats, drums etc…Marching up to The Whitehouse & to the tune of TUSK will get attention unparalelled by anything since1773 would a statement! & PLEASE let me be there with U in full Roman regalia & all & people with microphones after the music stops, stating famous sayings of the forefathers’ as IF they’d come from their graves to Protest! Even people dressed as Lincoln! Horrifying extrm. measures, YES! OH!. JESUS IF U DO IT, PLEASE!!! Let Me Be THERE!!! Let me be there in your morning, let me be there in your night, let take what’s ever wrong and make it RIGHT! Just let me be therre! Look at the video on UTUBE marching band Tusk.

    Robert Ganssle

    March 26, 2010 at 12:15 am

  86. Here’s a link to the video though I thought about not posting it until I knew for a fact this wasn’t some lame attempt to promote your old band.


    March 26, 2010 at 4:50 am

  87. I have to give Nate a round of thanks for having the balls to create a website where anyone and everyone can chime in to express their opinions. Every day our world changes around us and most times change leaves a person behind, so to speak. All most of us want to do it raise our children, make business, and prosper. That really shouldn’t be too much to ask, or demand, beings we live in the most powerfull country in the world but we still have a long way to go. Actually, we haven’t even begun yet. Until there is positive input, well…………..


    March 27, 2010 at 10:34 pm

  88. And a special thanks to “bikerman” for all those well thought out and profound words of wisdom. NOT!


    March 27, 2010 at 10:41 pm

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  90. Thank you for your help, this was a great read. Bookmarked for the future. Have a good week! =]

    Floyd Counterman

    February 6, 2012 at 3:23 pm

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