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Liberty Blogger Fights Obama's 'Disgusting' Language With Porn Pictures

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Official Liberty Pundit Dr. Melissa Clouthier is just so upset, people, about the boorish ogre Barack Obama'suse of the term "tea-bagger" to describe her fellow freedom fighters. But because all sexual acts are products of France, and on the Tea Party's official boycott list, she couldn't be sure that all her readers truly understand what Obama's "disgusting" sex lingo means. So she decided it was time for a "teachable moment" and posted a medical science picture of android robot people faire-ing du teabag. EVEN THE CENSORED VERSION IS NOT THAT SAFE FOR WORK! SO DON'T SEND IT TO YOUR BOSS UNLESS YOU *LOVE* YOUR BOSS, IN A SEXYTIME WAY.


[CLICK FOR NOT SAFE 4 WORK UNCENSORED VERSION!] She just hated to do something so family-unfriendly! But not posting these pornographies would basically be like tea-bagging Obama himself while he continues violating Patriot-Americans' basic civil rights:

The president uses a graphic sexual term and then bemoans the lack of civility in America? This man is a flaming hypocrite.

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This picture is the term the president is using to describe a whole subset of Americans that he doesn’t like.

The president doesn’t like people who don’t like those policies and so he uses degrading terms to label them.

Disgusting.

Dr. Clouthier should be commended for arming Real America with the tools they need to demonstrate freedom on each others' Truck Nutz. As Sun Tzu wrote in The Bible, the most effective way to fight the enemies of civility is fill up your blog with dirty pictures and sex rants.

[LibertyPundits]

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