October 13, 2011

Top Ten Reasons Why Mad Tea Partiers Aren't Even the Least Little Bit Like "Occupy" Fill-In-the-Blankers

Hatched by Dafydd
  1. Tea partiers want the poor to emulate the rich; Occupiers want the poor to eat the rich.
  2. Tea partiers want limited government to create a limitless future; Occupiers: "Strike that, reverse it!"
  3. Tea partiers get exhilarated by the unsullied wilderness of the United States; Occupiers get a tingle from the unsanitary wilderness of Zucchini Park.
  4. Tea partiers look at the federal government and are sore as hell; Occupiers look at the federal government and hail Soros.
  5. Occupiers chant "Solidarity forever!" Tea partiers chant "solvency forever!"
  6. Tea partiers want to free the American economy; Occupiers want the American economy -- for free.
  7. Tea partiers believe in great American exceptionalism; Occupiers take great exception to America.
  8. Tea partiers' favorite book is the Federalist Papers; Occupiers' favorite book is Where the Wild Things Are... which they think is a guide to spring-break in Daytona Beach.
  9. Occupiers think "grass roots" can be rolled and smoked.
  10. The dirty, smelly, hippies "occupying" Zamboni Park are adored by the Teamsters. (Who knew?)
  11. Tea partiers demand an end to insane, trillion-dollar deficits; Occupiers have a trillion insane demands.
  12. Tea partiers know what the word "job" means without having to look it up in the Devil's Dictonary.

 

And the number-one reason why mad tea partiers aren't even the least little bit like "Occupy" fill-in-the-blankers...

 

 

  1. Say what you will about tea partiers, their personal hygeine is impeccable.

 

(Do I exceed my parameters? Very well then, I exceed my parameters, I am large, I contain multitudes.)

Hatched by Dafydd on this day, October 13, 2011, at the time of 1:04 PM

Comments

The following hissed in response by: GW

Lol . . . . even though this may be very low hanging fruit indeed, you have done a superbly in articulating the differences. Exceptionalism v. exception had me spitting coffee on the keyboard.

The above hissed in response by: GW [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 14, 2011 12:08 PM

The following hissed in response by: GW

Lol . . . . even though this may be very low hanging fruit indeed, you have done a superbly in articulating the differences. Exceptionalism v. exception had me spitting coffee on the keyboard.

The above hissed in response by: GW [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 14, 2011 12:08 PM

Post a comment

Thanks for hissing in, . Now you can slither in with a comment, o wise. (sign out)

(If you haven't hissed a comment here before, you may need to be approved by the site owner before your comment will appear. Until then, it won't appear on the entry. Hang loose; don't shed your skin!)


Remember me unto the end of days?


© 2005-2009 by Dafydd ab Hugh - All Rights Reserved