It’s the late show on a Saturday night in Columbus, Ohio. I’m halfway through my set and I mention Barack Obama. Some scattered boos. Which is normal. Somebody always hates the president, no matter who that president might be. In this case, the president is Obama and I am a fan, so I always ask…
“I bag on meetings because like any nerd I expect the universe to be efficient and orderly and there is no more vile a violation of this sense of orderliness than a room full of people randomly bumping into shit and calling it a meeting.”—
Reblogged because I almost posted this exact same quote when I read it.
The gist of this article is that Teabaggers think that preserving freedom on the internet hurts freedom.
Which gave me a brilliant idea: How about democrats sponsor a law preserving the rights of tea-partiers to assemble and complain. Since these guys automatically abhor any action by the federal government, they’ll be forced to protest their own right to exist.
I don’t know if this will actually make them go away, but the Sarah Palin interviews on this topic should be hilarious.