Skip to comments.NPR VIDEO: HOW TO SPEAK TEA BAG
Posted on 01/11/2010 9:09:18 PM PST by TheFreedomPoster
Apparently, National Public Radio (NPR) feels that anyone who doesn't believe in socialized health care, unconstitutional government mandates, and out-of-control trillion-dollar-plus annual budget deficits are extremists worthy of ridicule and sexual epithets. (WATCH VIDEO)
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Funded by taxpayers.
Now NPR is calling me faggotty names? Cripes!
Your tax dollars at work.
Following Alinski’s rulebook.
Rule #4: Ridicule is mans most potent weapon.
Obama and Michelle Fisting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6y4FtJJ-v4
NOT SAFE for work!!!
We need to fire back with a Parody of our own N OT made with taxpayer monies!
>> Now NPR is calling me faggotty names? Cripes! <<
They can use those terms but you cannot and there for they have or think they have power over us peons....
They shall be proven wrong.
I wonder how well commie scumbags would speak “TeaBag” with a broken jaw?
Taxed ultimately at gunpoint. Bastards!
I think what should happen in the next GOP administration is the second thing that happens after the next GOP president signs an EO nullfying the crapped Obama foisted onto the American people is that NPR finally gets itself removed from the government teat and everyone who works at that place is told to sink or swim in the private sector.
NPR is projecting.
Well, they cant allow Fister Speak over the air waves.
Make your voice heard: http://www.npr.org/ombudsman/2010/01/loud_protests_on_nprs_tea_part_1.html
What? That doesn’t qualify me to be classified as an extremist anymore?
I am amazed at how ugly these people(no offense meant)when you can see their true colors.
They’re not choosing wit,just blinded by their ego and lavishing praise on anyone following their bs line.
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