Skip to comments.TEABAGGERS vs. FISTERS: The Debate Is Over
Posted on 12/18/2009 12:25:42 PM PST by NoLibZone
After the "progressive" spokespersons at MSNBC and elsewhere labeled the Tea Party movement "Teabaggers," dismissing their opposition to socialism as deviant sexual practice, many began to wonder what equally deviant term could be applied in retaliation to the "progressives." Suggestions made at the People's Cube later turned up on Breitbart's Big Hollywood. But the "culinary" term didn't catch on, apparently because proponents of individual liberties are largely ignorant of collectivist sexual practices.
That may change with the latest Fistgate scandal, which exposed Obama's Safe Schools Czar Kevin Jenning's proclivity to teach young children such non-conventional sexual techniques as fisting. ~
It's obvious, isn't it, that the progressives' other name is and always has been FISTERS! The science is settled. The debate is over.
As an added bonus, it explains what all the fists on the progressive posters really mean. Every time you raise a fist at a rally for this or that burning issue, remember that the issue is not the issue: FISTING is the issue!
What do we want? Fisting! When do we want it? Now! It's for the children!
Totally appropriate. Turnabout is fair play.
Thats good! I also like goose-steppers.
How embarrasing is that picture of an American President fist-bumping his masculinized wife.
He does whatever she tells him to do, and right quick.
The NY Times has a long proud history of “standing behind” fisting as a great American treasure. They wrote love letters to him;
Review/Art; The Many Roles of Mapplethorpe, Acted Out in Ever-Shifting Images
By MICHAEL BRENSON, Special to The New York Times
Published: July 22, 1989
WASHINGTON, July 20 The first photograph in ‘’Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Moment’’ (yes, that Mapplethorpe retrospective), which opens tonight at the Washington Project for the Arts, is a 1988 self-portrait. Floating like an apparition in the darkness at the upper right is the pale face of the artist, who had been ill for some time; he died of AIDS in March at the age of 42. His lips are pursed, his eyes fixed. His drawn face has begun to wither.
At the lower left, the artist’s fist is wrapped around a cane with a skull knob. The fist, too, floats; because it is more sharply focused than the head, it pushes toward us. The cane and skull are phallic; a fist served as a sexual organ in one of Mapplethorpe’s most notorious images. So if this self-portrait is vulnerable and timid, it is also defiantly unrepentant. The last laugh may appear to be on him, but if you look long enough the face begins to smile.
Mapplethorpe is not a marginal figure. On television, desire is turned loose in a hundred different directions and there is hardly a product that is not sold by arousing a wish for sexual possession and power. American culture swings back and forth between domination and submission - rushing to put people on pedestals and then rushing just as hard to prove they are indeed no different and perhaps worse than you and I.
Maybe we should call them what they really are: Marxists, fascists, and communists.
Reading the linked thread while drinking can cause liquid damage to your computer monitor.
I do love calling the ACORN and SEIU clowns "fisters". I would love to see someone like Ann Coulter drop that on Matt Lauer.
Someone could call Olberwomann a "fister wannabe", or maybe even a "closet fister".
That’s easy. The one on the right is the attractive one.
That is funny!
When I read this I knew it would fit!
Hmmmm....a pic of the First Fister and Mrs. First Fister?
This is one of the funniest and most appropiate threads against the Marxist left that I have seen. For humor to be really good it has to have a strong thread of truth to it and LABELING THE LEFT-WING AS FISTERS fits the bill!
The fickle fingers of fate in unity..
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