That’s Right Nate

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Teabagging and Wieners

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kimblecooks[I am once again giving this blog space over to Congressman Jack Kimble (R-CA) so that he can tell you about his exciting 4th of July plans–Nate]

Hello cyberspace!  In April, we made history.  Hundreds of Americans from all walks of life came together to teabag in the parks of this country and let our voices be heard.   I was inspired to see the teabag movement grow larger and larger.   We sure got a rise out of a lot of people all the way to Washington.   Still, many people claimed that we didn’t have the staying power to keep it up.   They thought that we would be one and done.  That’s why I’m pleased to announce that there is going to be a second wave of teabagging on July 4th.  Teabagging is about the spirit that got our founding father’s through Valley Forge and many difficult nights on the front lines.  Let’s show the Obama administration that we will not bend regardless of the polls.

One thing I noticed about our last teabagging event is that many of the crowd seemed to be older and male.   There’s nothing wrong with that, but this time we’d like to get more women and children participating.  That’s why after the teabagging we will be having wieners for everybody.   There is nothing that says 4th of July like having a bbq and I’m promising all the wieners you can handle for the whole family.   I learned several years ago from David Vitter that the secret to a good BBQ is a good rub and while some chefs just throw their wieners on the grill I make sure to give mine a very special rub first to seal in the flavor and make it oh so juicy.  There is nothing like one of my wieners on a fresh bun.

So if you’re in the district come on out to Monserat Park for teabagging at noon with wieners to follow from 4PM until nightfall.  Hopefully, we’ll have a good view of the fireworks at the country club from the park.   This will be a great opportunity for more teabagging and who doesn’t love wieners?  This is our chance to protest and teabag so they feel it all the way to Washington.   Whatever you do on the 4th, I wish you and your family the best.   This country has come a long way since it won it’s independence from England on July 4, 1776 and it is time we return to the values of our four fathers.

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  1. Nate, My heart is breaking that Sarah won’t be around so much. There goes that twinkle in my eye. Rich Lowry will never be the same. I wondered what you know about her resignation. Has she been hiking the Appalachian Trail?

    steve

    July 3, 2009 at 2:34 pm

  2. I left two comments in the “I’m back” post. Am I being censored, like Steve?

    Lola

    July 3, 2009 at 4:11 pm

  3. I don’t know why you’re getting hung up in the spam filter lately. Most perplexing.

    thatsrightnate

    July 3, 2009 at 7:37 pm


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