My niece just called my sister in law a teabagger. I love NPR and it's corrupting influence on small children
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If by corrupting influence you mean facts and rational thought, then I love its influence too.
To a radical liberal they may seem like "facts" and "rational thoughts" but to those of us that aren't complete retards they are just opinions.
Just because those facts and rational thoughts make you sound like a complete retard doesn't mean they aren't facts or rational thoughts. Words have meanings; you don't get to change them because you dislike the meanings.
Who the fuck listens to NPR?
I remember when teabagging used to bring people together.
Why can't people just comment on the tea bagging joke, like "I wonder how she does it without a tea bag?"? Stupid politics.
My favorite is conservatives who think Fox News is actual news and NPR is biased
well NPR is biased, but fox is a just a bad joke.
I wouldn't worry about what she hears on the radio as much as I'd worry about what the heck your sister-in-law and her hubby are doing in front of your child! >.<
I'm pretty sure "tea partier" is what the kid MEANT to say...
Liberalism is a mental disorder.
Yeah, NPR's logic, facts, and figures are definitely a bad influence. (just in case people who agree with the op are too dumb to understand, my statement is sarcastic. )
I've never heard anyone on NPR call someone a teabagger. A guest maybe, but not the interviewers. \n\nI'll take my rational, non-screaming news and info from NPR, thank you.
You're a disappointment to Colorado
NPR is a government funded organization that is supposed to be non-biased...we all know that's a crock. I just just like all the other liberal stations.
I wouldn't worry about what she hears on the radio as much as I'd worry about what the heck your sister-in-law and her hubby are doing in front of their daughter! >.<