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McLachlan and the teabaggers

Wednesday, April 15, 2009
Time: 8:46 PM

One of many disturbing images from today's teabagging rally at the Capitol

Take a wild guess at the State Senator who had SO much time on his hands that he pulled a photo-op stunt at the Extreme Right Wing Love Fest
teabagging follies today at the Capitol.

Instead of doing his job, once again the incompetent State Senator Mike McLachlan did what he does best...shameless promoting of himself by making sure that his face in front of many camera as possible. No wonder he's one of the most disliked lawmakers among his peers...both Democrat and Republican.

...is it 2010 yet?

20090416__teatpartypost~1_300SIDENOTE:Pauline Basso likes teabagging...who knew?

I mean really, one day she's a email forwarding xenophobic bigot, the next day she's a teabagger who ironically supported the political party that a) screwed up the economy, b) ran this country into a record deficit (in record time), c) offered tax breaks to the rich while the middleclass (a.k.a MOST people who attended the teabagging follies) paid the price.

And oh yeah, I guess the former disgraced minority leader didn't get the memo that she'll be receiving a TAX BREAK under the Obama tax plan...but she's really not that bright anyway.

In honor of her and the other whiners who LOST the November election, this refresher video is for you.

Trust me, the sheep handlers of this sham of an event fooled no one but the sheep.

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