5.04.2010

thomas jefferson isn't the only thing they're not teaching

In the grand tradition of unintentional wingnut hilarity, Some Guy With a Website asks: "What's the difference between a Tea Party Protest and a Rally for Immigrants' Rights?"

A: The immigrants can spell.

Go here for a lesson on Teabonics.

Take back Amercia, indeed. No excetions!

Many thanks to James for sending!

On a more serious note, Tim Wise asks, "What if the tea party were black?"

4 comments:

redsock said...

America ending with "CIA" might be more accurate, actually.

Oh my.

L-girl said...

One facet of being an educated person - not necessarily formally educated, but someone with a curious mind, who seeks exposure to ideas and values knowledge - is knowing how much you don't know.

The ignorance of so much ignorance speaks volumes.

Rather, speeks volooms.

Some Person said...

We staged our own pro-immigration reform rally at the Georgia capitol on May 1. Apparently the leadership of our "pro-enforcement" opponents discouraged supporters from staging a counter-protest. They explained that it might be too dangerous for them to do so. I think they have a point; all of that praying and hand-holding we did could give them an acute feeling of shame.

L-girl said...

SP, that's great. I mentioned the US May Day rallies in a previous thread. So glad to know you were part of it.

I think they have a point; all of that praying and hand-holding we did could give them an acute feeling of shame.

Of course, feelings of shame would mean they had consciences.