Skip to comments.NPR attacks us... "Learn To Speak Tea Bag”
Posted on 01/04/2010 8:08:54 AM PST by DecoyJames
Ridicule of Americans who participated in Tea Party rallies is not just for MSNBC and CNN anymore. National Public Radio (NPR) has gone all Alinksy on Tea Partiers, and your tax dollars are helping to pick up the tab.
A prime example of radical socialist Saul Alinksys Rule #5 (Ridicule) is featured prominently on NPRs website in the form of a flash animation titled Learn To Speak Tea Bag which ridicules tea partiers, pro-lifers, opponents of the Democrat Partys health care reform, and more specifically, three Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives (John Boehner, Eric Cantor and Michele Bachmann).
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They, with their miniscule audience size, are to be ignored. Nobody of note cares about NPR.
This sort of thing only serves to strengthen the resolve of patriots. This is nothing more than fodder for liberals.
npr? Oh, right! They’re the “news” organization that requires tax dollars to stay in operation.
0 has to keep them running so he can eventually turn them into National Propaganda Radio......
Wasn’t it that bunny eyed albino fegala Anderson Cooper that reminded us that in his experience you can’t talk when teabagging? I hate it that now, because of these degenerate bstrds, that I now know what it is, let alone that kids are wondering and the snarky perverted liberals smirk their slimy smiles at “the hicks” who have yet to discover their perversions...
I knew there was a reason why I never listen to NPR.
Well, let’s ridicule NPR right back.
Best joke gets a free tote bag!
NPR = No Patriotism Required
“NPR attack us”.....Who cares!?
Do you suppose that they would post a video “Learn to Speak FudgePack?” about the leftists’ propensity to stick regular taxpayers up the wazzoo—”screwing the taxpayer” so to speak—at every opportunity?
Do you suppose that they’d even allow a comment on their site suggesting a video with that title on their site?
Personally, I don’t know why not—both “tea bagger” and “fudgepacker” are slang terms for homosexual sex acts, and it would seem to me that they are equally offensive. If they allow the one, why not allow the other?
Speaking “NPR” is a learned elite language........”Tea Party Speak” is very understandable.....at TOWN HALL MEETINGS...just ask a congress critter.
I found this little tidbit awhile back. G Edward Griffin interviewing a Soviet defector back in 1985 who breaks down the four steps in the subversion and takeover of the US. It’s only a segment of the whole interview but I found it quite remarkable. http://www.youtube.com/libertytreeradio#p/a/f/2/zeMZGGQ0ERk
I DETEST these leftwing filth-ridden degenerates and their slang, and their proclivity to use this slang on national television.
The 2010 elections can't come fast enough.
Thanks, but we live in the sticks. I mean THE sticks, with only dial up available. Videos can take half the day, and more to load up if at all, so we don’t bother.
I sincerely thank you for your effort.
Better yet let’s sue them and get our tax money back. Lawsuits seemt to be the only thing rats pay attention to.
Employees of NPR have more experience with Tea-Bagging than Tea Partiers will ever have.
I’m looking for the pol, Repub or Dem, who has the grit to call for the defunding of NPR.
Sarah? Senator DeMint? Senator Inhofe? Anyone?
They need to be defunded.
NPR is public, but they don’t act like it. They are left-ideologues who live on the public dime, and its time they get a real job.
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