Tea Party Haters - Rise of the Poopers

Anti-government sentiment is at an all-time high, thanks to the Barack Obama, the Democrat Party control of Congress, and the leftover damage caused by Republican George W. Bush's last 2 terms in office. So, why are the folks protesting the outrageous state of affairs being vilified? They're called "racists" and "crazies" and made fun of by the media. Even Fox News is doing its best to stay away from this movement.

Who are these Tea Party haters? Obviously, it's not a simple answer. The psychology reminds me a lot of the antipathy for those who want to question the "official story" of 9/11. Members of the 9/11 Truth movement are often called "truthers" in a derogatory way. And since it's hard to really put-down truth, the haters often call them "twoofers", just to make them sound stupid.

Similarly, those who question some of the weirdness behind Barack Obama's eligibility to be president due either to his natural-born status or to questions about the validity of the birth certificate he has presented are called "birthers". (Note: Folks who oppose people with these opinions don't want to give answers to the questions. They simply want to marginalize, ridicule and discredit the people they attack.) Because Barack Obama is half-black, these people assume that anyone that questions Obama's credentials is "racist" and "can't live with the fact that a black man is in the White House."

So, what does one call someone who is against the Tea Party protesters? I've got a suggestion and I'd like to get a little credit for this if it ever goes viral. I suggest we call them the "poopers". As in party poopers. These folks are even crashing tea party meetings and posing as radical tea party activists just to inflame the haters and discredit the groups. Some of these infiltrators are even getting busted for it.