Wednesday, September 23, 2009

It sounded so promising at the time.


"Stop sulking, Arnie. When I told you we were getting together with a bunch of other folks for some serious teabagging, you should have known what I meant."

6 comments:

sooey said...

Wow, it's like they're wallowing in racism now.

jj said...

Teabagger-Canadians protesting a conservative government? Somehow I don't think this movement will have the same cachet as it does for Teabagger-Americans.

But it's still a gift to the gods of snark.

KEvron said...

it's true: your conservatives really do want to be americans.

just remember that it's seven red stripes and six white....

KEvron

Chet Scoville said...

Um. Given that Canada didn't have a Boston Tea Party, why would something called a "tea party" in this country have the kind of political or symbolic resonance they're hoping for?

Holly Stick said...

"Only in Canada" would resonate much better, at least with Canadians old enough to remember the Red Rose Tea ads, and the Wayne and Shuster skit.

jj said...

Heh, if you google "Canadian Tea Party" and click on the top hit, you get a video of 3 old bears (the human kind) in the shower. I wonder how many wingnuts clicked on that link.

Come to think of it, I wonder how many of them bookmarked it.