09.23.2010 10:50 AM

Those Tea Party “f**kers”

Ohio’s Democratic party chairman, Chris Redfern, recently said at a campaign event what most Democratic chairmen dream of saying: He is sick of these Tea Party “f**kers.”

A man after my own heart.


  1. Volkov says:

    What do you think of the “Pledge to America,” Warren? Tea Party inspired is an understatement.

  2. Northbaytrapper says:

    Sorry Warren,

    If I disagree with you I don’t call you a fucker. This is really lame and sad.

  3. james curran says:

    But if you did NBTm Warren’s a big boy and he could take it!

  4. Northbaytrapper says:

    To James:

    You farting in an elevator isn’t going to kill anyone (I think), yet I would still hope that you would hold it until you leave.
    Mr. Redfern said stuff that was inappropriate. We’re not talking about the people he was cursing out–they’ve done nothing wrong (in the context of this argument)
    As for cursing out Warren….it will never happen….nor will I curse out you (although I’m sure that you too could take it).
    Warren slams Smitherman for cursing at someone, then celebrates when someone does it to someone he disagrees with…Warren is a big boy and I’m sure he’ll take my polite criticism well.

    • Troy says:

      This is the retreat of a coward with no substantial argument to counter the Tea Party movement. I?ve been watching this momentous return to Conservatism in the U.S. with rapt interest and envy. That the only thing Liberals can do is to desperately slander, malign and then simply resort to name-calling is very telling indeed. Warren, you?ve revealed more of your childish elitism than you even know with this petty response

  5. Northbaytrapper says:

    Well said. Plus it gave you the opportunity to remind everyone what a douche Smitherman is.

  6. Namesake says:

    Oh, joy, so can we start spinning off some of those “massive force for good” new tea flavour rumours here, then?:

    – Stephen Harper was only raised in an elite part of Toronto: he was born in, er, Berzerkastan, of, er, Radical Muzzle’em parents;

    – The only stimulus spending he actually spent in Canada was on the signs; the rest — billions — has been funnelled to off-shore accounts to invest in… (spits, and does the Wullerton cross) Solar Energy;

    – he has personally sponsored in over 1,000 Camel Priders as refugee claimants: terrorists every one ‘o them, who’ve all taken good jobs away from Canadians and have been gone back at least once on taxpayer paid vacations and will be bringing in all their decrepit old relatives to bankrupt our pension and health care system;

    – he is going to raise job-killing payroll employment insurance taxes at the very time the fragile economy still risks a second dip to the recession;

    …oh, wait, that last one’s true; that’s not tea, it’s coffee.

  7. rabbit says:

    Once upon a time there was this political movement called “The Tea Party.”

    And they were a pretty loose movement objecting to a variety of things, but mostly they felt that government in America was expanding out of control, ultimately threatening the prosperity and individual freedom that they felt was America’s heritage.

    And the two big parties didn’t much like it. Not one bit.

    But the Republican’s couldn’t deny that Tea Party ideas was broadly consistent with their own, so they — grudgingly, for Reagan was long dead — made some room for them.

    The Democrats, however, did not. Instead of at least listening to what the Tea Partiers had to say, they called them stupid and racists and Tea Baggers and dupes and so forth. And their leader Obama did little to discourage this.

    But the Democrats miscalculated, for even though the Tea Partiers were few in number, the people who sympathized with them were not. These people didn’t always agree with the Tea Partiers, but neither did they like to see these people — who were obviously patriots with the best interests of America at heart — treated to so much abuse.

    So when elections came around the next November, these sympathizers let the Democrats know what they thought. And the Democrats were left wondering what went wrong.

    • Namesake says:

      Hmmm. If being a “patriot with the best interests of America at heart” means,

      “Wanting to reap all the rewards of being in the most developed country in the world while paying as little as possible and excluding everyone else from doing the same,”

      well, then, I guess they are.

      But speaking from the public good point of view, I’d rather we have more tax-paying-loving socialists than freedom-lovin’ freeloaders, any day.

      • rabbit says:

        “I?d rather we have more tax-paying-loving socialists than freedom-lovin? freeloaders, any day.”

        But America doesn’t, and the Democrats should have known that. Instead the Dems acted as if the swing voters objected to the TP’ers as strongly as they do, and that’s one reason why many will be retiring from political office in November.

  8. Paul R. Martin says:

    This just in! Warren has a heart.

  9. James Bowie says:

    Yeah, those Fakers. You got that right!

  10. allegra fortissima says:

    “Too many freeways, too much sun, too much abnormality taken normally, too many stucco houses and pink stucco consciences.” (Clancy Sigal)


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