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Tea Bags: They taste like sour grapes

I love watching Keith Olberman come unglued. I mean, not like the glue was very tight but still:

In short, in Scott Brown we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against women and against politicians with whom he disagrees.

Uh uh.

27 Responses to “Tea Bags: They taste like sour grapes”

  1. Shootin' Buddy Says:

    Pffft, gee you spank a couple of girls in undergrad and suddenly you are “violent”. Geez.

    Hey, Keith, the Senator that Mr., er make that Senator Brown is replacing KILLED a woman. And the Left’s response was to . . . give him money and vote for him.

    Shootin’ Buddy

  2. Kevin S Says:

    Alrighty then. Keep up with the contempt for the electorate, lefties; I’m sure that’s a winning strategy. Good luck with that.

  3. Spook45 Says:


  4. Nathaniel Says:

    Last year, Republican candidate Scott Brown bought a sport utility vehicle. Three months later, there were two separate incidents of hit-and-runs by an unidentified SUV in his area. Is Republican candidate Scott Brown to blame? Can you afford to take that chance? Can your children?

    Vote Democratic Attorney General Martha Coakley, the candidate that has never committed vehicular homicide!

  5. Dixie Says:

    1) Treat your base like idiots.
    2) ???

    Keep looking for Phase 2, Democrats.

  6. nk Says:

    I never watched KO on TV and I stopped listening to the Dan Patrick show on ESPN radio because of him long before I heard about his politics.

  7. mike w. Says:

    Dixie – What if their base is comprised mostly of idiots?

  8. Sebastian-PGP Says:

    I can understand why you guys don’t like him…but I don’t see how he’s “coming unglued”. Was any of that stuff not actually true? It’s not like he’s making stuff up from whole cloth like say…Sean Hannity or Rush Limbaugh would do.

  9. Sebastian-PGP Says:

    And don’t get me wrong, I have no love for Coakley and I hate machine politicians and I think it’s hilarious that she lost. I just think pretending that she lost because Brown is the next coming like so many on the right are doing is regoddamneddiculous.

  10. SayUncle Says:

    He did not advocate violence against women. He is not a racist (hint: tea party doesn’t mean racist). And has not threatened violence against a politician. And he was covered up in his nude spread. So, is any of it actually true?

    I just think pretending that she lost because Brown is the next coming like so many on the right are doing is regoddamneddiculous.

    I agree.

  11. Sebastian-PGP Says:

    Pretty sure he wasn’t saying he was a racist because he was a teabagger. He pretty clearly is a homophobe, so that much is obviously true. I doubt the guy is a pointy hat wearing arsehole, but I think you can also make the argument that retrograde, reactionary positions that are xenophobic re: immigration and race and his positions on care for women who’ve been raped aren’t exactly enlightened either.

  12. Sebastian-PGP Says:

    IOW…it’s not like a lightswitch or being pregnant. I know many folks have convinced themselves that they’re not racist or sexist because they don’t consciously think “gee I hate you cause yer black or Hispanic” or “gee you should only be in the kitchen cause yer a woman”…but it ain’t that simple.

  13. Mikee Says:

    Hold on a second – defending freedom of religion is now defined as being homophobic and/or sexist? Puhhhhhleeeeze!

    I call shenanigans on Sebastion-PGP! He seems to be deliberately using name-calling against Scott Brown, when those names, if true, essentially cast Brown outside of all civilized society and reasonable debate and disagreement over policy. This name-calling is based upon not the actions or beliefs of Brown, as far as I can tell, but upon Sebastian-PGP’s definitions of acceptable beliefs.

    BTW “teabagger” is invidiously ad-hominem, and I ask you to stop using it, as it seems you are being mighty damn homophobic to me by using it.

  14. SayUncle Says:

    homophobic? like he uses a sexually charged term like ‘teabagger’ as an insult?

    And watch the vid. Olbermann says something to the effect of ‘those racist southern tea baggers’. seems to be his only evidence.

  15. Number9 Says:

    Brown is the next coming PGP. If you thought Palin was a problem, meet the real problem. For progressives. Like you.

    Check it out:

    And say goodbye to progressiveism.

  16. ATLien Says:

    I love how if you believe illegal immigrants should gtfo, you’re racist. Despite the economic damage that these same illegals cause continues to grow and grow, especially in California.

  17. Nylarthotep Says:

    Brown is seen as the next coming? Where? I live in NH and work in MA and no one thinks that at all. This is nothing like the BS the “progressives” pulled with the coming of Obama. Compare the Obama rising to this and tell me that there is any comparison.

  18. M4Finny Says:

    Scott Brown is a tourniquet at best. Keep in mind that while we enjoy the apparent momentary stoppage of liberty bleed-out (I remain cautious), this guy was in the Massachusetts Legislature. He is no rookie to “compromise”. He already wants to play “round ball” with the anointed one. So, let’s enjoy the day (I did), but let’s not be happy with this. Let’s push harder and harder for more candidates that are Connstitutionalists and who actually “READ THE BILLS”. Let’s not treat this guy like the left has treated Obama. He isn’t our “savior”, he is a blood clot at best.

  19. workinwifdakids Says:

    Does anyone have any hygiene wash for our friend Mr. Olberman? Having that much sand in his vagina must be really challenging.

  20. IdahoHunter Says:

    Teabagger = Scott Brown

    Teabagee = Keith Olbermann

    I have no problem with the concept that Mr. Browns testicles are the most intelegent thing to come from Keith’s mouth in years.

  21. Number9 Says:

    Olbermann made a correction:

    That’s better.

    Note to the class, you are responsible for what others say if you do not correct them. According to Olbermann. Who is very classy.

  22. Linoge Says:

    Wait, I am supposed to disdain someone because they had the physique and nerve to be photographed in some magazine that caters to a largely female audience?

    Hell, my hat is off to him. Sounds like some folks have a case of the envyitis…

  23. straightarrow Says:

    Sounds more to me like someone is around the bend. I blame global warming and George Bush.

  24. Dixie Says:

    “Dixie – What if their base is comprised mostly of idiots?”

    Well, looking at recent (D) candidates… (chuckle)

  25. Kristopher Says:

    Huffpo has decided that Brown was elected because normal people were angry at the Dems for not giving them socialized medicine … no public option, so they elected an R out of anger.

    I guess they think the road to victory requires the Dems to triple down on stupid.

  26. Matt Says:

    M4Finny, you’re right on. Maybe a temporary bandage. We have to keep working harder, not only for Constitutionalists who read the bills, but also who write them. Stop letting special interest groups and outsiders write bills and make the reps do it themselves. That would probably stop a lot of legislation from making it through, and as far as I’m concerned, the less the government can get done, and the slower, the better.

  27. Number9 Says:

    PGP opines, “I can understand why you guys don’t like him…but I don’t see how he’s “coming unglued”.”

    Further proof your sight is not very good. New glasses perhaps?