So begins the angriest and most out-of-touch attempt yet to discredit the Tea Parties.
Yes, the best and brightest minds on the left got together, and the finest name they could come up with was the "Fuck Tea" campaign. Ooooh. They used a bad word. We simply must take them seriously now.
Seriously, I understand that the left really really thought that, two years ago, they had succeeded in accomplishing their half-century long master plan of moving the country vastly to the left. But they mistook the anti-Bush backlash as some kind of sweeping mandate for Cap 'n Trade, card check, the federal takeover of college loans, and all the other Democrat wish list items leftover from the pre-Carter era.
But the progs just don't get it. They really really think that there is some kind of silent majority of leftists that agree with them and that the Tea Partiers are just a bunch of corporate toadies/populist morons that actually don't represent what a lot of mainstream, independent Americans are thinking about the state of government at this time.
The leftie doublethink is setting in about how the Tea Partiers are both stooges for mustache-twirling Wall Street fatcats and, simultaneously, a bunch of racist redneck sister-marry'ers that keep asking questions about the birth certificate of the President. And while this false narrative intrigues to no end the Democrat netroots, it doesn't play with most of the American people, who realize that the government has just gotten too darned big.
If progressives don't realize that the American people are just not that into them, they're marching like George Armstrong Custer towards his demise at Little Bighorn, and I'm not going to go to great lengths to stop them from doing so.