Track the Teabagging at Teablogging.net

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You may have heard about all the teabagging going on tomorrow.

In case you haven't heard, people across the country are protesting on Wednesday (Tax day, April 15) for symbolic “tea parties” to protest government taxation and spending.

Fox News has been pushing the teabagg'n as much as they can and that has created the need to track all the protests going on. According to one esteemed site, teabagging seems to allude to an amorphous set of conservative, libertarian, rationalist and vaguely anarchist sentiments held by Fox News et al.

Queue Teablogging.net a site devoted to the teabaggers.

Welcome to Teablogging.net! We're here to serve as a gathering place for clear minded coverage of the Tea Party movement, provide information on high-profile teabaggers and serve as a clearinghouse for teabag related puns, innuendo and sex jokes.

Around the site, you'll find MSM and blog teabagging coverage, local Teaparty Infiltration Teams (TITs), a Teabagging FAQ  and links to teaparty-related topics trending on Twitter. If you have a post you'd like to see included on Teablogging, email us at teablogging@gmail.com or wander on over to our Contact section.

This whole protest seems to be a little ill thought out.  This isn't the American Revolution.  People have the right and privilege to vote for or against any sitting member of the House or Senate.  Voters overwhelmingly elected Barack Obama and continue to support him and his policies.

What's the Republican solution?  They will throw an event that insures all of the participants are known as… teabaggers.

If you are done with your taxes and you want to see what these teabaggers are doing… now you have a one stop shop at teablogging.net.

Just be careful, you never know what a bunch of teabaggin' nut jobs are going to do.  

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  1. Upbeat Nihilist on

    I think the teabaggers are blinded to the dangers of our current economic situation.
    Maybe because they have their eyes on the balls of discredited fiscal policies.

    What?   What'd I say?

  2. Are you saying
    that people should not protest or demonstrate because elections should be good enough?  Are you opposed to protests and demonstrations?

      • Mockery is fun
        No doubt the teabag protests are a pale shadow of the original Tea Party.  Most importantly, they are protests.  I only wish these people had protested when Bush the Lesser was The Decider.  That would at least given their protests some credibility.  As it is, they may have some valid points, but they remain clueless.

  3. Good Golly
    And I thought they were only historically misguided. They're leading their flock way astray.

    I don't recall that many organized protests after the 2000 election. That would have made sense. But not this.

    I heard Mark Davis drumming up the thing this morning on 820…saying he will be in Southlake and Arlington for the festivities. It's nuts. (sorry!) John Waters made me write it.

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