Sunday, April 19, 2009

There's reality, and then there's Hunter.

Here's Blogging Tory "Hunter":

The TEA parties worked ...

And here's not batshit crazy, deranged, drooling, retarded wingnut:

Turnout tepid in U.S. for modern-era 'tea parties'
Anti-tax protests elicit few 'tea-baggers'

A Fox News-hyped U.S. anti-tax movement has failed to bring about the "popular uprising" its creators had hoped for.

You know, I'm thinking that, if I didn't give a shit about reality, blogging would be a lot easier. Sort of like Stephen Taylor. Yeah, sort of like that.

THE SCREECHING DUMBFUCKITUDE: Really, picking on "Hunter" is like kicking a quadraplegic out of their wheelchair:

If you want to successfully protest, make sure hits home with the silent majority, and is easy for everyone to participate in, without having to go out and march in the streets...

Bank fees - pick one day for everyone to stop using their credit and debit cards. If you need money, actually go into the bank to get it. Using an ATM machine is a big no no. Can you imagine how our banking system would react?

Sure, Hunter ... with monumental indifference. But feel free to give it a shot and let us know how quickly they call you up to beg your forgiveness and ask what they can do to improve your banking experience.

What an unbelievable twatwaffle.



Southern Quebec said...

I mentioned that she was 'featured' over here. She deleted the post.

Gotta love that freedom of speech thingy...

Balbulican said...

It's nice to see her joining Jack Layton on the Bank Fees Bandwagon, isn't it?

wvL hemen

Sheena said...

I've been busy. Is this an anti-Chinese import protest movement?

sooey said...

You wish.

Ti-Guy said...

I snuck in a comment before Huntsy slammed down the comment moderation, yet again.

Such delicate sensibilities for a big-boned, well-timbered prairie gal. You know, we really have to get these people working the fields again. The world of ideas is just too scary for them.

CC said...

She really is a fragile flower, isn't she? Pretty ironic for someone who once blithered on thusly.