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1. Vulgar Slang A person who teabags another.
2. Derogatory A supporter of the Tea Party movement.
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Welfare rancher," "deadbeat," "crackpot," "redneck teabagger," "fools," "fanatics," "wackos"--those are some of the more printable epithets.
So if that makes me a teabagger in your eyes, fine.
Washington, Aug 21 ( ANI ): The author of the novels on which the hit HBO series "Game of Thrones" is based, has cyber ranted about "Republicans and their Teabagger allies" in a blog post on his website.
Teabags run on an IMA C50 non string teabagger that packs nine times as many teabags as those that are tagged.
In response, a Twitter user sent a series of three tweets, the first starting by saying, "You act like it's Rove's fault the teabaggers marginalized the right as fundamentalists and fringe lunatics.
The teabaggers or whatever they are, they have been telling us that all summer long.
We understand that an investment in the education of children underwrites our community and our state by creating an electorate wise to the shenanigans of those like the Kochs, who fund teabaggers and others engaged in political self-immolation.
Teabaggers punk'd by anti-racists who get them to cheer rant against European-American immigrants.
Comedian Bill Maher commented: "The teabaggers, they're not a movement; they're a cult.
does the bulk of its tea business with teabaggers - representing about 90% of the tea division's business - the company also handles various end-of-line packaging machinery such as BFB and Marden Edwards Cellophane overwrappers, and peripherals like check-weighers and ink jet printers.
It's time that we raise up above immature name calling and start talking to the teabaggers.
Some of this money finances Tea Party demonstrations by well-meaning teabaggers misled into betraying their own interests by admitted insurance-funded front groups like Freedomworks.