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      05-10-2010, 12:35 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by scollins View Post
I disagree that the Tea Party ever used the term "teabagger" to describe themselves. That is a creation of the liberal media as a derogatory term to describe members of the Tea Party. Who uses the term? Those that wish to put down people who associate with the Tea Party. I don't believe that Rush, Beck, Hannity or the other conservative talk-types use the term, only the liberal leaning ones.

Then explain exactly what you think this means:

Tea Bag the Fools in D.C.
OK, I can sort of understand this one... they were going to send tea bags to the white house...

Tea Bag the Liberal Dems Before They Tea Bag You.

but this one? I don't really think they expected to send tea bags to all the liberal dems, nor do I think they expected the liberal dems to send them one. Therefore this sign must have a different meaning.

This was the sign the author referred to in the article I posted:

Note the on the sign. The sign was displayed at a protest *before* Anderson Cooper used the term. What exactly do you think this sign was intended to mean? I mean, here's the sign again in an article dated 02/27/09.

Coopers comment was made on 04/15/09.

Here's are some comments made on before the protest, and before Cooper's comment (remember what was on the sign?):

Barney Fwand would probably enjoy getting teabagged.

posted on Sun Feb 22 2009 16:42:02 GMT-0600 (CST)
He's referring to Barney Frank, the gay Democratic senator. Similar comment, same page, different author.

The private part of the official Barney “banking queen” Frank teabagging hosted by B Hussein Obama will take place at a place to be determined by Mr Frank when he can find a suitable place....preferably in a rented space of his home

20 posted on Sun Feb 22 2009 16:42:51 GMT-0600 (CST)

You can't say they weren't warned:

Note that his aired after the sign displayed at the protest, but before Cooper's comment.