Teabaggers Foam at Accurate Description of Movement as Talibunny Panty Sniffers
Teabaggers are animated by cackling, inchoate rage and hate, although they do have their icons, chief among them Sarah ‘Talibunny’ Palin, a christofascist psycopath who’s managed to parlay idiocy and incompetence into leadership of a paramilitary cult by leaping to the head of this parade of barking grotesques and crystalizing their creed of xenophobia, genocide, social Darwinism and bankrupting militarism with her demented word salad of Farmers’ Almanac phraseology and neonazi confections.
Small wonder that Delaware radio talkmeister Matt Walsh would feel their wrath at a teabagger festival of hate this month when he called them all out as Talibunny panty sniffers. Oh, yeah. Questioned their independence of mind and dismissed their patron saint as a stroke pin-up. Predictably, they went fucking nuts.
Clearly, radio dweeb Walsh is much a fame whore as the Talibunny as he is running for mayor in Georgetown, Delaware but he knows how to plunge a stick into the eye of the self-righteous. First, he told the teabaggers that howling for real live neonazis and voting for them won’t make America any whiter, less indebted, safer, imperially triumphant or more welcoming to insane fucktards like them.
Then he went for it: “Vote for an independent and please, God almighty, do not vote for Sarah Palin. Please dear God do not vote for Sarah Palin. She has not shown us anything. I know everyone’s very excited about her, she’s probably a very nice woman, but she is not the answer.”
Their dream candidate defiled, their only hope cast to the curb and urinated upon, the teabaggers had only one recourse: evict the blasphemer.
The boos grew even louder.
“Okay, okay,” he said. “So, this is the Sarah Palin movement, then.”
The man who’d held the “infiltrator” sign took the mic and apologized to the crowd for leaving, then launched into a jarring rendition of “Kumbayah” as the radio host walked away.
Walsh, who is currently staging a run for mayor in Georgetown, Delaware, remarked on his YouTube page that “many, not all, became irate” at his comments about Palin, adding how sad he was “to watch a movement I support turn into a pitchfork and fire mob”.
The best is yet to come, Mr Walsh, as the teabaggers and militiamen merge into an insensate, raging suicide brigade bent on revenge for crimes they can’t even articulate, except through the Talibunny and even then during her speaking-in-tongues trances.