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Missed that one, so everytime your boyz refer to themselves as a teabagger it is an inuendo.. tell that to the soccer moms in Iowa.
Thought teabagger was a proud label of those who espouse this political affiliation???
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A person referred to himself as a teabagger in the context of the boston tea party and was unaware of the practice among perverts, he is certainly guilty of being unaware of deviant sexual practices. Which Tea Party supporter has used this term as a self reference since the liberal practice was publicized?
For the past year + the term has been used by scummy libs to attack Tea Party supporters.
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Wait a second wait a second wait a second. Is that the rule? If I can find a member of a certain group refer to that group as a particular name, then that name becomes fair play in this forum?
I mean, I'm sure if I looked hard enough I could find a black person referring to black people as certain racial slurs. Or a Hispanic referring to his ethnic group with certain racial slurs. Do those slurs suddenly become acceptable language?
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She's like what? 20? How much "insight" and "understanding," does a kid under 21 have?
Why would her aspirations matter any more than any other 20 year old to anyone but herself and her immediate family? Will they be any different than anyone else's?
I don't mind the occasional newspaper story or People article - but an entire book? On and by a 20 year old?
Not just this 20 year old, either - any memoir published by anyone under 30 seems a bit inauspicious to me.
I'm just trying to find out where you stand. Your attitude clearly is that a member of the tea party once referred to themselves as a 'teabagger' therefore that vernacular is completely appropriate to use hereby and forthwith.
So I am taking your belief in this case and just extending it in a logic procession to other groups.
Since I made it up of course! Please be aware that I am using the term to refer to a group of people and not any specific individual(s). I even got a ruling from the mods before using it because I certainly don't want to violate any forum rules.
Are you trying to tell me that it's ok to refer to conservatives with a vulgar euphemism but not liberals?
Im not saying calling conservatives or liberals questionable names is kosher. I just simply question your motive since the "name" you chose has a pretty specific meaning, at least in the contexts i have heard it used, not to mention the post you chose to quote in your reply. That could be reading far too much into this, but Ill hedge my bets that Im sniffing up the right tree.
Between that and 13's "tea bagging = perverted" statement I guessing we just arent on the same page as it pertains to the smoker/ acts between consenting adults.
It was made up to respond to people who refer to tea party activist as teabaggers, a sexual slur.
13 I understand the nature of how tea party activist have been called teabaggers. however i have never heard liberals referred to as pole smokers, by themselves or republicans.
Did a quick search for you on urbandictionary.com as to what pole smoker refers to. Interestingly didn't see any mention of liberals, but there are a handful of references to it being a slur for a "slut" or a homosexual man.
I will admit that urban dictionary might not hold the same water with you as websters does, but I'm pretty sure websters doesn't contain pole smoker in it.
My point all along isn't that tea party people being called, derogatorily teabaggers. That is what it is, unfortunate. My point is wolf chose to use pole smoker in a reply to patters, as a reference to liberals, which I personally had never heard the term used to refer to. As i said in my previous post, seems too coincidental for me, but again, I could be reading too far into it.