I'm sure he was referring to Obama's attitude and terminology, not his own.This is not bothersome.
I agree with H.C. Morris was using the term in reference to Obama's use of it. In other words, he was channeling Obama.
Dick Morris has shown much respect for the Tea Party movement, so I really don't think he's being disrespectful. Honestly, I've called myself a tea-bagger and in the most pro-conservative, anti-Obama sense of the word. Why not take the word away from the left and piss them off!!
I've always thought that I'd rather be a teabagger than a teabaggie. Personally being a teabagger means tangling my teabag on the face of teabaggie liberal. Go on, call me a teabagger you f-ing liberal teabaggie.
Why is tegh term terabagger an insult. If you react to it as an insult it will be used as a tool against you. Are we talkiing with children here???
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