Teabuggery of the Week

 Posted by at 8:11 am  Politics
Nov 182012

Since it’s a slow weekend for domestic news, I ran across an unusual story to share.  It’s not at all newsworthy, but it left me scratching my head at wonder that anyone could actually believe this garbage.

teabag-obsceneThe Center for Security Policy’s Frank Gaffney dedicated Wednesday’s edition of Secure Freedom Radio [Baggers delinked] to discussing the Benghazi attack and the resignation of Gen. David Petreaus with leaders of the anti-Muslim Right. He spoke first with conservative columnist Diana West, who in October claimed that the Benghazi attack was a “fortunate event” because it brought attention to the Obama administration’s “supporting jihad.”

West – who explored similar ground in a WorldNetDaily column [Propaganda delinked] yesterday — told Gaffney that Petreaus’ extramarital affair was “apiece” with the entire philosophy behind the counterinsurgency strategy in Afghanistan, claiming that American troops are now being ordered to “revere the Koran” and “look the other way” at “polygamy, pederasty, abuse of dogs.”

“I’m not surprised to see the men who prosecuted this doctrine, Gen. Petraeus, Gen. Allen, and who else, we don’t even know how many others, showing such immoral leadership and such corruption of their own personal lives,” she said… [emphasis added]

Inserted from <Right Wing Watch>

Dawg abuse?  OMG!  Earth to Bagger!  Earth to Bagger!! Is anyone in there?  I hate to tell you this, but the Dawg abuser is Lord Willard, and he’s one of yours!

Seriously!  How can they even conceive such rot?


  25 Responses to “Teabuggery of the Week”

  1. Early onset Dementia…….?????

  2. They have chickens to abuse in Afganistan, not to mention WOMEN….what is wrong with these T-Baggers….have they never seen porn? LOL~

  3. Well– Scratch my head and call me smart!! Some folks are just plain ridiculous!!

  4. This is what you get when critical thinking is under attack.  How fricken' dumb can you get?

  5. The stories get wilder.   My sister got a message on her Facebook page today that as of March 23, 2013, we will all be microchipped at Obama's order, so we can be traced on a daily basis.  These numbskulls believe it.  She and I laughed and then felt sad that people can be so dumb.

  6. Well, if that doesn't beat all!  When I clicked on the link "Right Wing Watch" I got the following message:

    There is a problem with this website's security certificate.
    The security certificate presented by this website was not issued by a trusted certificate authority.
    The security certificate presented by this website has expired or is not yet valid.
    The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address.
    Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.
    We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.
    Click here to close this webpage.
    Continue to this website (not recommended).

    You have to love when they Teabugger themselves! 
    You know Terrie, I have to disagree with you.  I deal with dementia daily, (my mother's, and no, not my own!) and quite frankly many of the dementia patients I know make more sense than these idiot baggers!
    Thanks TC.  I needed a laugh today — I've been dealing with mother who now has the Norwalk Virus as do a lot more in the building.  On top of that, probably because of weakness, she feel again today but didn't hurt herself.  She, and the others, keep coming out of their rooms so staff are running like chickens before the fox trying to get them back to their rooms. 

    • Lynn, I noticed that too.  I was not concerned because I have been using RWW for years, so I overode the warning and created a permanent exception.

      I hope your mom feels better

      • I wasn't worried about RWW, I just thought it was hilarious.  They Teabuggered themselves!  I guess it is the influence of my Brit side — dry English humour!

      • I think it most likely is a transcription error in the URL. 
        If you manually delete the "s" that shows up in the link as provided in "https" [Hyper Text Transfer Protocol SECURE]  to make it the standard "http" [Hyper Text Transfer Protocol] it opens just fine.
        I can't imagine why there would be any need for the secure "https" format, as there are no financial transactions performed at the site which would require a secure connection.
        This is what it should look like:
        … No "s" in "http"
        But there is an "s" in the link as formatted

        • I noticed that too, Nameless, but since all their links are that way now, through Feed Demon, I didn't stop to check the non-secure format.

  7. Forgot to add, that poor cat in the picture!  He should strike for better working conditions!

    • LOL!  Baggers are like dawgs! 😉

      • Had a dream Saturday night where a dog that looked just like that one, went into my mother's room and crapped right beside her as she slept.  Either I was having a premonition about her illness (I didn't know until 10 am about her being sick) or your cartoon.  Don't know which but I damn near killed myself laughing.

  8. Their imaginations are running away with them.

  9. I am still waiting for someone to top the "Obama became President because of the CIA's top secret use of time travel" theory – but hoping no one succeeds.  Thanks for the post!

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