Skip to comments.Travel Channel’s Anthony Bourdain: The Tea Party is a bunch of “very angry white people” (video)
Posted on 05/22/2010 6:21:41 PM PDT by nhwingut
Foodie Anthony Bourdain of the Travel Channel mocks the Tea Party during a CNN panel discussion (Ted Nugent in background smirking)...
(Excerpt) Read more at politipage.com ...
He has eaten the poisoned fruit of fascism.
Pot meet kettle.
So the Travel Channel dips into partisan politics. No where to hide from these clowns.
He just lost me as a viewer.
OOPS, read that wrong, it was on CNN.
Contacting Anthony Bourdain
Stick to cooking, Tony.
That's two! Hope others catch on as that is really the only language these idiots understand!
Contact the Travel Channel, too:
Me too..........buh bye
Anthony, you're an a$$ but a charming one.
However, you've lost me as a viewer!
Foul-mouthed, tattooed, bejeweled jackass! Every other word that comes out of his f—king mouth has to be bleeped.
stay thirsty my friends.
I don’t know who this guy is but he sounds like some cheese-eating, French surrender monkey.
Never heard of him and after listening to him I think he might be the angry white person he is talking about.
If you were a regular viewer of his show then you shouldn’t be suprised. He put down Bush and America on the Beirut episode...and the South West,USA. The guy is a New York Lib what do you expect...He should shut his mouth and cook(if he still does)...or traveling and eating. I wish some of these limited talent cable show hosts would keep their mouths shut....It’s getting to where I can’t watch anything on tv without hearing Obama or some lib spouting stupidity....Travel Channel and Food were suppossed to be my sanctuaries...
White people aren’t allowed to be angry.
Liberals are completely stupid. DNCNN brings on a cook to give political commentary. Nice hair though.
Pray for America
Good grief....he’s SMOKING FOOL that eats STUPID dishes.....WHO THE HELL CARES WHAT HE SAYS!
That describes me...ANGRY AND WHITE. So what?
Thanks! That was handy! Already sent him my venom!
Wonder if the idiot saw the union goons at the BOA home...
Will he be giving everyone yet another cute anecdote on freebasing cocaine?
i never paid attention to this guy on the Travel channel but now i know to skip right past him whenever his stupid ass is on
The simple answer to the question posed him is obviously “NO”.
I wonder if he knows any tea party people
The Travel Channel SUCKS anyway and doesn’t live up to its title. About the only real travel show that has any real usefulness for potential travelers is Samantha Brown’s venues. Of course, she’s a blue blood NY liberal too, but at least she doesn’t rub it in your face like Bourdain feels compelled to do. Lots of crazy, bizarre food and useless information Top Ten programs on that channel. Useful and practical travel information? Not so much.
Maybe it was just the couple of times I saw his show but seemed to me he spent more time drinking then anything else.
hey wait a minute.. why don’t we get to see Nuge’s rebuttal ?
And to think I liked him before...such ignorance is down right frightening.
F*** that POS heroin addict. All he can do is cook, and not very well.
Bingo! And he gets paid to travel and eat.
WARNING....WARNING....may be offensive to some...
there may be help for Tony yet:
Your heart may be happy about this, but your tongue won’t be. Kitchen Confidential author Anthony Bourdain, speaking for chefs everywhere, describes salt as the one irreplaceable ingredient in the kitchen. “It’s what makes food taste good,” he says. “Traditional, intelligent and skilled used of salt has become confused in the minds of nanny-state nitwits with the sneaking of salt into processed convenience foods. Nothing else encapsulates the mission of the food ideologues better than this latest intrusion: they desire a world without flavor.”
More people will see the YouTube video than see him on CNN. Anthony is irrelevant.
yes, i like watching his show for food, it is NOT going to change my political view at all watching his show.
What is Rachel Ray’s position on the Tea Party... or the dog whisperer.. or the Pawn Stars?
He is heavily sponsored by the Chicoms and has a love affair with every communist dictatorship in the world. He travels to every one, where he is treated like a king. And they pay him very very well for it.
He especially loves Vietnam. They were our enemy when he was a young man, and he takes a great deal of pleasure living in that communist country.
I LMAO at Bourdain’s Beirut, Lebanon show. Mr. tough guy libtard broke down and just about pissed his pants when he got caught up in the latest round of hostilities there and had to be rescued by U.S. Marines (which, to his credit, he was eternally grateful for).
Because of Bourdain’s liberal use of profanity and sexual references in his television show No Reservations, the network has prepended viewer discretion advisories to each segment of each episode. In early seasons, these were a simple screen of white text on a black background, but in more recent seasons, they now include animation that is related in some way to the episode.
Adding to his untamed image, Bourdain is a former user of cocaine, heroin, and LSD. In Kitchen Confidential he writes of his experience in a trendy SoHo restaurant in 1981: “We were high all the time, sneaking off to the walk-in refrigerator at every opportunity to ‘conceptualize.’ Hardly a decision was made without drugs. Cannabis, methaqualone, cocaine, LSD, psilocybin mushrooms soaked in honey and used to sweeten tea, secobarbital, tuinal, amphetamine, codeine and, increasingly, heroin, which we’d send a Spanish-speaking busboy over to Alphabet City to get.” In the same book, Bourdain frankly describes his former addiction, including how he once resorted to selling his record collection on the street in order to raise enough money to score drugs.
Bourdain has been known for being an unrepentant drinker and smoker.
Bourdain is also noted for his not-so-subtle put-downs of celebrity chefs such as Emeril Lagasse and Bobby Flay, and Food Network personalities such as Sandra Lee and Rachael Ray (who is the butt of many jokes on No Reservations).
Another of Bourdain’s major concerns is acknowledging and championing the industrious immigrants often from Latin America who make up a majority of the chefs and cooks in many U.S. restaurants, including upscale restaurants, regardless of cuisine. Bourdain considers them to be talented chefs and invaluable cooks, underpaid and unrecognized even though they have become the backbone of the U.S. restaurant industry.
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