Tuesday, July 21, 2009

JT Welcomes Crude Sexual Insults

The Journal Times, following the lead of the Racine Post, is now accepting the use of the term "tea baggers" in its letters to the editor. Serial letter writer Earl Christianson used the term today in describing a person who introduced him as a socialist.

Anyway, to the best of my knowledge, teabagging involves, er, scrotum and face contact - sorry readers and there goes my pg rating.

Now again, to the best of my knowledge, the political rallies that generally involved protest against excessive government spending did not, I repeat NOT, involve any scrotum and face contact.

It has been a while since I have attended any left leaning political parties but I suppose it is now permissible to suggest, in crude detail, all manner of sexual activities that occur there. Just not on my site please. But by all means share your crude thoughts with the Journal Times.


Anonymous said...

wow, you have quite the active imagination, or a worrisome persecution complex. I dont believe most people associate "tea bagging" with unusual behaviors.

If this was satrical, excuse the post....I simply didnt get the humor.

Denis Navratil said...

No satire on this one anon. The problem with your argument is the suggestion that any sexual meaning associated with "teabagging" is imaginary. Now I did have to ask my liberal friends the meaning of the term so admittedly its sexual meaning is perhaps not widely known. But I suspect that most people who use the word as an insult are aware of the sexual association. I believe some of the folks at MSNBC were chuckling about this on national TV so it is not a total secret. At any rate, it is not imaginary and a newspaper that prints this stuff is either ignorant of the sexual connotation or is actively participating in an inside joke that is not really an inside joke any longer. In either case, it doesn't speak well of the JT. They should know better but perhaps they don't.

Anonymous said...

You guys are the ones who started calling yourself teabaggers.

Take a look at Fox News.

Anonymous said...

Earl has completely lost it. He cannot even be talked with anymore. He is just bitter and angry. Agree with him or he will be in a screaming match. I have written him off.

Peter said...

You guys are the ones who started calling yourself teabaggers.

Take a look at Fox News.


That crude term came from The Olbertard and Rachel Maddow on PMSNBC and was even repeated by Anderson Cooper on al-CNN, who was forced to issue a public apology.

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