The White House Insider | Stewed Tea Bags Leave Brown Stains
Did you know that people who don’t eat saturated animal fat cannot drink tannin rich drinks such as brown tea? This is because, without the coating which animal fat leaves in the intestines, drinking tea causes vomiting. Did you know that Tea Bags left too long in water begin to split open? You must have noticed that Tea Bags leave brown stains, mustn’t you?
The man who invented the fascist White House Insider was puking up on March 5th. This was partly due to his rage at Michael Moore’s speech in Wisconsin but also because he has realised that, despite his greatest efforts, only very stupid people believe a word he writes. Stupid people, he now realises, cannot guarantee that they will register to vote let alone turn out and vote on a particular day.
Over Stewed Tea Bags
The sad, pathetic man who invented the White House Insider now realises he should have held back with his onslaught of lies against President Barack Hussein Obama. The rabble he roused from among the stupidest in the Tea Party have been in the brew for too long. They are starting to leave brown stains. They are starting to break apart and leave residues everywhere.
Things Were Bad Enough and Then Michael Moore Explained How Tea Bags Have Been Squashed until they Split Open
Even the most stupid of Tea Bags and even those caught in the brew made by Ulsterman (the right wing fanatical commentator who invents his sources) can understand what Michael Moore said in Wisconsin on 5th March 2011. Many Tea Bags are among the 150 million working Americans who have been ripped off by the 400 Americans who have made additional fortunes from the Bail Out. These 400 own as much as the same 150,000,000 Americans and by hoarding their fortunes will ensure that 99.9% of Americans will see a decrease in their standard of living.
There is no enigma in what Michael Moore said. 400 Americans are hoarding all the money and 150,000 Americans will have to live in poverty because of them.
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