Saturday, April 18, 2009

The Promotion & Hypocrisy of Teabagging

4 comments:

OweMe1Cannoli said...

Hey, he looks like Clark Kent, mild-mannered reporter for a great metrosexual newspaper.

I think I messed that up. :-D

You know how I feel about this tea party stuff anyway, but I hadta come by and say hello.

Angie ^i^ said...

Hey Solie, thanks for stopping by. I hope you and the Mrs are having a fantastic weekend!!

Jim said...

Hey that guy does look like Clark Kent. Well I'm tea partied out but I suppose the wave will continue. I honestly think that the majority of them are the same people that were adamantly opposed to Obama before the election. For those in the crowd who know the issues and are respectfully protesting their opposition to a particular issue, I have no problem with that whatsoever. If any are calling for secession from the country, overthrowing the government, saying degrading things about our country or President then that is another matter.

Jinxie228 said...

I agree, he does look like Clark Kent. They say we all have a twin somewhere (oh boy)lol.

We had a beautiful weekend Angie, thanks! I love a nice day (70's)- windows open and spring cleaning. Throw in a motorcycle ride too.

I didn't mind people taking their kids to the tea party (because its apart of history) no different than a million man march or prop 8 protest. I do not like the fact reporters asked some kids questions and stuff, I don't care for that at all. I feel some kids might have understood what was going on but other not so much. I have no problem in a parent teaching their child what they believe it, its their right to do so. I know I wouldn't want anyone to tell me how to teach my child.
If my son was younger and I wanted to go, we would have went together and we would have discussed it.

We've done similar things many times and we don't always agree but we enjoy the discussion and the learning experience.