All tomorrow’s tea parties

Former Velvet Underground drummer Moe Tucker’s life has taken some strange turns. She moved to Georgia in the early 90s and ended up working at Wal-Mart. Now she’s become an advocate for the tea party movement, appearing recently at a rally in Tifton.

I am also against the government taking over the student loan program, car companies, bailouts and the White House taking control of the census (what the hell is that all about?); [about] any First Lady telling (I know, I know, “suggesting to”) us what to eat, the mayor of New York City declaring “no salt” (screw you, pal!), the mayor/city commissioners of Anytown, U.S.A. declaring you can’t fly a flag, can’t say the Pledge of Allegiance and can’t sing the National Anthem.

One response to “All tomorrow’s tea parties”

  1. Yes. God forbid the federal government having anything to do with the U.S. Federal Census. Now I’ll sit back and await the loons’ arguments about how I am wrong because Glen Beck said so.

    “The actual enumeration shall be made within three years after the first meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent term of 10 years, in such manner as they shall by Law direct.”

    — Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution of the United States

    Looks like Douglas, GA has melted Mo’s brain.

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