Bob Cesca: Who is John Galt?

14 04 2009

If there’s one thing that gets teabaggers all frisky, it’s Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged, which, for the uninitiated, is essentially Watchmen without the big blue penis. In the book, heroic slice of man-meat John Galt basically brings the financial system to it’s knees by withrawing his Productive Labor (teabag) from the mouth of the economy, the end. And now for the low, low price of just $37.25 U.S. Ameros (+shipping/handling) YOU TOO can own a piece of history in the form of this shitty Cafe Press shirt. Bob Cesca fills us in:

A popular tea bagger named Tennyson Hayes has started up a Craig’s List knockoff site called The slogan below the logo is the predictable “Who is John Galt?” question found throughout the broader tea baggery movement.

Which is fine, I suppose, except they clearly don’t know the answer to the famous “Who Is John Galt?” question otherwise they wouldn’t…

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3 responses

14 04 2009
John Galt

The best part about simpletons like yourself who go out of your way to attack Atlas Shrugged; you’re ridiculous and erroneous attacks illustrate that you’ve never actually read the book.

14 04 2009

Do you realize how hard it is to read anything by Ayn Randy? Please don’t insult urbzen’s intelligences by insinuating that she only read the parts of the book without “quotation marks” around them (arguably the best way to go). You’re probably the kind of person who loves reading 50-page screeds about the Amero on ronpaulforums.

You’re spelling is rong. also.

14 04 2009

whereas, your obviously well thought-out and cogent arguments exploring all the nuances demonstrate that you aren’t an ignorant, ass-sucking paultard. Nope, not at all.

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