Photo Essay: Things You’ll NEVER See at a Tea Party

Police cruiser toilets

'Free Love'

Hippie eco-freak litter bugs

Uh, I don't know what to call this, but I know you won't see it at a Tea Party!

More hippie eco-freak litter bugs

And, even more hippie eco-freak litter

Warning:  Nudity.  Don’t click the following link if you are a minor.

Semi-naked red commies

Semi-naked commie assembly lines

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7 Comments on “Photo Essay: Things You’ll NEVER See at a Tea Party”

  1. tgusa Says:

    I think I fell over a couple of those guys once. Once.

  2. Gonzo Says:

    Stolen from another site; I found thought provoking & inclined to share:-

    “Here are a few shared characteristics of Occupy Street and the tea party we should applaud:

    * they know something is deeply, intrinsically wrong with the current economic system;
    * they are willing to publicly organize and speak out against economic injustice;
    * they distrust the mainstream media;
    * they oppose corporate bailouts, which dump debt on the middle class;
    * they blame lobbyists and secret backroom deal-making in Washington for rampant corruption.

    See? These guys were meant for each other. There’s just one problem: Both movements keep running back to abusive old lovers. Each election cycle, the Republican-Democratic establishment brilliantly redirects opposition to the status quo into a petty partisan fight over marginal issues. That’s why nothing ever changes. ”

    Now, if only someone could channel all this energy the right direction.

  3. tgusa Says:

    You know what really sucks? I agree with them on one or two points but the other twenty ruins it for other two. And hairless neked guys don’t help, actually, any neked guys don’t help. I do believe we have a dog and pony show within the corporate/government oligarchy. But pass through these leftists (hold your nose) and you will find that not one of them will come out and condemn DC politicans, Democrats in particular. The policies of those they refuse to condemn are responsible for everything, everything that has occurred. Condemn they much, but condemn they won’t.

    Here’s a good article at American Digest.
    People of the Mud. From the article “Down in the mud of the All-American perverts’ daisy chain there’s a lot of cross-over between celebrity culture and media culture. Indeed, at a lot of levels, it is becoming hard to tell them apart. Both factions live, for the most part, in an insulated bubble of blather that is impervious to personal moral, psychological, spiritual, or political change; one that ruthlessly exacts the penalty of shunning and expulsion from the bubble in the event of any sudden shifts and heresies from any accepted inhabitant. Like junkies in all ages, once the ideological needle goes in, it never comes out.”

    I love the smell of a good English smackdown in the morning.

  4. tnr Says:

    Here’s The Real Reason Why Occupy Wall Street Protesters Aren’t Getting Kicked Out Of Zuccotti Park :

    Coming on the heels of the Solyndra debacle, the Obama administration has just approved a $168.9 million loan guarantee for the Granite Reliable wind farm project owned by Brookfield Asset Management (BAM).

    Among its many holdings BAM owns Brookfield Renewable Power, which owns the Granite Reliable and it also owns Brookfield Office Properties, whose holdings include the now famous Zuccotti Park.

    The Department of Energy finalized the loan guarantee less than a week after Occupy Wall Street protesters took to Zuccotti Park, and with the Obama administration’s Tuesday endorsement of the protests, rumors are starting to circulate that this could be the reason Brookfield is allowing protesters to remain on its property.

    The Granite Reliable Power Project under construction in Coos Bay, New Hampshire is the state’s largest wind farm and the New Hampshire Union Leader questions why Brookfield would need federal subsidies at all, particularly following the bankruptcy of Solyndra.

    Mayor Bloomberg’s announcement Monday that protesters could remain as long as they liked, also raised a few eyebrows and it turns out he has a personal connection to Brookfield as well. The mayor’s longtime domestic partner Diana Taylor is on the Board of Directors at Brookfield Properties along with John E. Zuccotti himself.

    Robert Johnson | Oct. 11, 2011, 12:00 PM

  5. Cheesy Says:

    In looking at that sign “Capitalism doesn’t work” my immediate reactions is “That’s right, ya lazy SOB, it only works if YOU do.”

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