Have you been teabagged by a republican, today?

April 15, 2009 | By | 2 Replies More

I saw this at the gym last night, and almost fell off the treadmill! So many opportunities for double entendres – it’s classic! Finally, something to thank our republican friends for!

Although I refuse to imagine being teabagged by the likes of Armey, Beck or Cavuto!

nuff said.  Here’s the video! (©  MSNBC.com, posted by ThinkProgress)


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  1. Niklaus Pfirsig says:

    There is lesson often ignored to the original Boston Tea Party. It is a lesson of the problems of private companies partnering with the government.

    The East India Company had a royal charter to be the exclusive importer of tea for Britian. For a sizable ad valorem tax , the government would use military force if deemed necessary to protect the monopoly status of the company.

    So when three boat loads of tea showed up in Boston Harbor, not only were the colonials expected to par the taxes, but were additionally under a government mandate to buy the tea. The protest was as much about freedom of choice as it was about representation and and taxes.

    • Tony Coyle says:

      You make a great point, Niklaus. The challenge is when a government allows private enterprise more authority or power than private citizens that the problems seem to arise. (Note: this is not a call to libertarianism!)

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