I’ve had my share of nicknames in the past. Some nice; some not so nice or flattering. Every time I got a nickname it was usually “given” by a friend or close acquaintance. I don’t think even the less likable ones were really meant to harm me or truly disparage me. In the last two plus years I have been called all sorts of names because I believe that I am Taxed Enough Already. I don’t belong to any particular TEA Party though I have gone to a few rallies. I hope that my blog affirms my belief in the principles of the Constitution, the free market, and good old capitalism.
As a quasi-TEA Party person I have been called “teabagger”, a particularly offensive practice that I had never really heard of until a few years ago. As a TEA Partier I am of course a white racist, a homophobe (funny how I can be a homophobe and a teabagger – they seem like mutually exclusive acts), a biggot, stupid, neanderthal, and most recently a Hobbit (by none other than super RINO John McCain). None of these compares to the name used by Rep. Mike Doyle (D-PA) when he angrily called TEA Party folks terrorists.
“We have negotiated with terrorists. This small group of terrorists have made it impossible to spend any money.”
– – Rep. Mike Doyle (DEMOCRAT – PENNSYLVANIA)
Not one to be outdone by outrageous statements, Joe Biteme (or Biden as some call him) also may a similar disparaging remark,
“They have acted like terrorists.”
– – Joe Biden (soon to be former Vice President)
As far as I know neither Mike Doyle or Joe Biden has EVER made a meaningful contribution to society. Feeding off of the teats of American taxpayers for their whole careers is not a contribution. Parasites like these like to make these remarks in private, but they are too stupid to know that there are no private comments anymore. Folks have found out and I look forward to supporting any candidate that opposes Mike Doyle. Perhaps Pennsylvania’s redistricting will nudge him from his cozy Democrat-laden district and he’ll actually have to work for a change. I have nothing but disgust for any politician who would use such language to describe a rather large group of voters.
I am Taxed Enough Already!
…And that’s all that I am.