An Armey of Dumb

Title: “Give Us Liberty: A Tea Party Manifesto”

Authors: Dick Armey and Matt Kibbe

Rank: 45

Blurb: “This groundbreaking manifesto is essential reading for tea party activists — or any American seeking to understand what the Tea Party is fighting for and what’s next for the movement.”

Review: “A WORD OF CAUTION: If you join the Tea Party movement and begin speaking out and taking action to defend our US Constitution, there is a very high chance that those who call themselves progressives (who fight to remove our Constitutional rights) will become offended. And because they don’t have a high regard for following laws, (because they equate liberty with the freedom from moral discipline), there is a high chance that they will treat you in the same way they treat conservative politicians and they will try to accuse you falsely of wrong doing. They will lie about you and perhaps call you a racist. All of these things are meant to harm your reputation.”

Customers Also Bought: “The Post-American Presidency: The Obama Administration’s War on America,” by Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer.

Footnote: You forgot the “Or”.

Give Us Liberty [Amazon]

Buy or Die [Stinque@Amazon kickback link]


Do we suppose that Dick Armey has read it?

@NOJO and his beloved Helicoverpa zea:

I am not chopped liver. I am not a [corn] plant.

(emphasis added)

I wonder if this is being marketed to the Rapture audience.

@Dodgerblue: I’m sure most of the people at the teabaggings fully expect to be raptured up at any moment.

You know who wrote a manifesto… Some guy named Marx.

/teabagger innuendo-ized/

@karen marie: When I die I’m moving back to London. I won’t notice it there.

@karen marie:

Adventures in Cross-Promotion…

The pieces of our lives that we put online can feel as eternal as the Internet itself, but what happens to our virtual identity after we die?
(Read “Your Facebook Relationship Status: It’s Complicated.”)

@karen marie: Awww … used to listen to him if on NPR late ….

@blogenfreude: Yeah, I used to watch his brief, end-of-the-night star update on PBS many years ago. It was pretty cheesy but he provided something we get regularly from no one else on TV — information about the night sky.

@karen marie: :-(

@karen marie: Me, too. Best use of a green screen ever. I love cheese.

@karen marie: Me, too.

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