google: Tea Party Jesus: Blog Puts Words Of Conservatives In The Mouth Of Christ (PICTURES)
Huffington Post | Katla McGlynn
Why in my right mind would I want to google "Tea Party Jesus".
It already sounds like it would not be worth reading, regardless of how much humor would be available.
I actually find more humor in your post than what you want done.
If you are curious, I find what you said funny, because "tea party" and "jesus" in the same sentence is politic and religion.
Both of the biggest jokes in the world.
by rhtrules7 years ago
OkLets start with the funniest word or sentence you have ever deal with.You can post as many times as you canThe funniest word from my side is-YoYo
by Hup Challenge8 years ago
This is HILARIOUS...haha. Well, at least I think so. http://www.theonion.com/content/video/p … ugh_40_000
by Paul Edmondson7 years ago
Just saw this in a little boutique. Made me laugh. Who doesn't dig a baby?
by Holle Abee7 years ago
I've been on the fence about the TEA Party. My husband, who is much more conservative than I am, fully supports the TEA Party and has attended rallies. I, however, have not. I do agree with several of their points, but...
by Ralph Deeds7 years ago
A long article in this week's "The New Yorker" by Sean Wilentz entitled "Confounding Fathers" traces the antecedents of Glenn Beck's rants and the Tea Party's hysteria to two individuals who spouted...
by Credence24 years ago
Excellent op-ed page that discusses conservatism taking two distinct tracts. Have a read and share your opinion, please. http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/20 … /?src=recg
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