Tag Archives: teabagging

Christine O’Donnell wins the Delaware primary, signals end of mankind

My plan was to write something about unhinged teabagger Christine O’Donnell’s big win in Delaware last night, and I’d started working on it, but then I happened across this great summary at Think Progress, and thought that I’d just steal it and save myself the trouble. In the final round of primaries last night, the […]

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It looks like we have health care reform, what now?

Well, it looks like Obama has done what several Presidents since Harry Truman have tried to do and failed at, and passed comprehensive health care reform legislation. Actually, I don’t believe it’s passed yet, but, according to the New York Times, Obama has been able to line up 224 votes in the House, which is […]

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The face of teabagging, and the prospect of health care reform

There’s a lot I want to blog about tonight, but it’s late, and I’m just getting home. My friend Maria, a newly published author, had a book signing in Ann Arbor tonight, and then there was a going away party for my friends Tim and Andrea, who will be moving away to Seattle tomorrow afternoon. […]

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My friend Scott, a forefather of teabaggery

I don’t like to brag, but I have a personal connection to the patriotic teabaggery presently sweeping across this great nation of ours… You see, my friend Scott, the founder of Baltimore’s Atomic Books, was instrumental in the mainstream popularization of the formerly-gay practice which spawned this historic conservative movement. You might not be aware […]

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What Scott Brown’s win in Massachusetts tonight means

Well, it looks as though Republican Scott Brown has won Teddy Kennedy’s Senate seat in Massachusetts, ending the Democrats super-majority, and possibly with it healthcare reform. Some, like the MM.com reader who calls himself Edge of Sprawl (quoted below), feel as though this marks some kind of huge turning point in American history, where regular […]

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