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Teablogging.net was created by notorious attention whore and known liberal @StephanieInCA of Urbzen.com. Other contributors and affiliates are listed on the TITs page.

David Shuster: You’re Gonna Need a Dick Army

David Shuster, you saucy minx. Can you count the double entendre in this clip? We stopped at 10.

It’s a mouthful, but The Joshua Blog takes a good crack at it here.

LibertyZone: ARE Americans Practicing Communism?

And if not, how do they expect to get any better at it?

From LibertyZone:

Read the 10 Planks of The Communist Manifesto to discover the truth and learn how to know your enemy…

Karl Marx describes in his communist manifesto, the ten steps necessary to destroy a free enterprise system and replace it with a system of omnipotent government power, so as to effect a communist socialist state. Those ten steps are known as the Ten Planks of The Communist Manifesto… The following brief presents the original ten planks within the Communist Manifesto written by Karl Marx in 1848, along with the American adopted counterpart for each of the planks. From comparison it’s clear MOST Americans have by myths, fraud and deception under the color of law by their own politicians in both the Republican and Democratic and parties, been transformed into Communists.

You know the drill.

SFGate: Some get the tea, others get the bag

**WARNING: Thougtful analysis ahead**

In December 1773, Bostonians held a Tea Party in Boston Harbor to protest excessive British taxes. “No taxation without representation” was their message. On Wednesday, April 15, Americans will hold rallies across the country to protest onerous taxes. Organizers have a motto for their Tea Day - “taxed enough already.”

Big problem: There is a world of difference between 1773 and 2009. Two hundred-plus years ago, Americans risked life and limb protesting a distant and oligarchic system of government that…

Read the rest at SFGate.com

TBogg: …so you’d better shave.

TBogg from FireDogLake says: It’s almost like they want to be mocked.

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PJTV: Tea Party Coalition Show

What’s better than a New American Tea Party? A New American Tea Party Tee Vee Show! 

No, seriously.

Robert McCain Explains How the Angry Leftists are Against Teabagging

From American Spectator:

As if anyone could find a better way to spend their Easter, Conservative idol Robert McCain explains the “leftist” perspective:

American Spectator readers are probably familiar with the nationwide Tax Day Tea Party rallies being planned for Wednesday. Readers may be less familiar with the attempt by left-wing propagandists (like Jane Hamsher) to dismiss the Tea Party movement as being ginned up by Fox News, “Corporate America” and the usual suspects of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy. The transparent object of this propaganda effort by the Left is to discourage coverage for the Tea Party movement by their liberal friends in the mainstream media.

So while it may seem that Fox and Friends has been rallying courageously behind the movement of the Teabagging specimens, it is actually the discouragement of those who disagree with it in the first place that excasorbate the real problem. Apparently these “leftists” are the traitors ruining such a horrible experiment, according to Robert McCain.

HuffPo: The Corporate Lobbyists Behind the Tea Parties

FDL’s Jane Hamsher debunks the “tea party as grassroots” myth on Huffington Post:

Anyone who has watched Fox News of late has seen them talking about the April 15 “tea party” demonstrations, which they take pains to characterize as a spontaneous grassroots uprising against government spending that they are simply “covering.”…

Read the rest here.

The Daily Dish: Tea Parties Were Hijacked?

Isn’t that like somebody trying to hotwire my 150,000 mile ‘97 Sentra? Just take it, man.

The Tea Parties Were Hijacked?

Mark Thompson says they were: The concept started out as a relatively small idea organized by a handful of libertarian activists.  Movement conservatives saw an opportunity…

Read the rest at Andrew Sullivan’s Daily Dish Blog, or view the original rambly mess here.

Carolina Sweet-Teabagging

We’re not entirely certain what this graphic is about, but if you’re from the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area, you probably have an idea. And it looks neat!

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(H/T @Jerimee)

Crooks and Liars: Bonfire of the Wingnutteries

Crooks and Liars sez: “Follow teh munnee”

Howard Kurtz hit FOX News for their promotion of the “Tea Party” protests on CNN’s Reliable Sources. He actually says the shows are now “a full-fledged Fox fight.” 

The right-wingers want to know how FOX is financing this movement? It’s because they are endlessly promoting it on every show that has. The hosts are saying they will be covering the event as if it’s a presidential debate.

And that type of publicity costs, ladies and gentleman. It costs big time, and FOX is giving thousands upon thousands of dollars of free advertising to a movement that is beingfinanced by right-wing special-interest groups who DO NOT care about the working class in America. It’s shameful…

Full post, transcript, video, ponies at Crooks and Liars