Zev Porat

Friday, November 29, 2013

Obama used the sexually vulgar expression “tea-baggers” in a letter to a Texas grade school Teacher!

NOT VERY PRESIDENTIAL"                                                                                                              Wouldn't you say?


 Numerous online news sites are reporting that Barack Obama used the sexually vulgar expression “tea-baggers” to refer to tea party members in a letter he wrote to a Texas grade school Teacher. 

The pejorative term “tea-baggers” has been employed on numerous occasions by the left, to malign the Tea Party, a group of American patriots and activists who advocate reducing taxes, shrinking the size of government, abiding by the Constitution, and returning to traditional family values and the foundation upon which our Founding Fathers built. 

In using the vulgar term, Obama was responding to a letter he received from Thomas Ritter, a Fifth Grade school teacher in Irving, Texas. 

In his letter to Obama, Ritter implored the President to, “Do the right thing not the political thing. Suggest a bill that Americans can support.” Ritter went on to claim that the President was maligning patriotic citizens by the use of the term  "tea-baggers.” It is also reported that Ritter also accused White House Press Secretary Jay Carney of ridiculing Sarah Palin, pointing out that it was “beneath the dignity of the White House” to engage in this kind of political targeting.

Obama, in his attempt to defend himself, wrote, “I... appreciate your concern about the toxic political environment right now. I do have to challenge you, though, on the notion that any citizen that disagrees with me has been 'targeted and ridiculed' or that I have 'made fun' of tea-baggers.”


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