You said “teabagging.”

teabagSeriously though, how can you not understand that “teabagging” means “putting your balls in someone’s mouth”?

I’ve heard about this teabag party from Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow, or as we liberals like to call them: “Keith” and “Rachel.” (Republican pundits force you to call them by their last name) Is this actually getting traction anywhere besides there? So there’s these fake protests set up by groups who will be hurt by Obama’s tax plan and carried out by people who will benefit from Obama’s plan (I think they just enjoy disliking things) and Fox is reporting on it all day long to a comical degree. But I feel like 24 Hour Cable News is it’s own genre now. MSNBC reports all of the shitty things Fox is doing and Fox reports how they can’t believe another station that vies for the exact same advertising demographic would say such things they’ve widely reported. Fox has become increasingly written and I think it runs the chance of becoming a Jerry Springer or Dark Shadows, or Passions. Something that started out all serious, then really started playing to an increasingly high audience.

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