Tony LaRussa, ye' ole' bastard, I love it when you give me something to write about other than sentences involving the words "Cubs" and "fire-barn". This week the Cards are hosting the D-Bags at Busch Stadium and the St. Louis Tea Party declared Tuesday, "Tea Party Night", which was of course followed yesterday by the weekly "Tea Bagging Night". The tea
baggers party baggers (I got it right the first time) were out in full force to "buycott" the Arizona Diamondbacks...and get drunk and have sex with their siblings, but of course you already assumed that.
So, as we've reported earlier, Tuesday night was Tea Party night at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals were playing the Arizona Diamondbacks that night and the St. Louis Tea Party was there in force for a "buycott" in support of Arizona and its recent law to crack down on illegal immigrants.Seriously, aren't these tea baggers supposed to be educated and intelligent?
As St. Tea Party founder Bill Hennessey told KSDK: "Part of the gate goes to the Arizona Diamondbacks and there are a lot of groups that are boycotting Arizona. We're "buy-cotting" Arizona."
But the biggest news of the night came when Cardinals skipper Tony La Russa expressed his views of the Tea Party and Arizona's immigration policy to KSDK.
"You're supposed to be able to have opinions and disagree, and a lot of things they (Tea Party) do I think are correct," said La Russa. "I'm actually a supporter of what Arizona's doing, you know, people don't fix your problem, and the government, national government doesn't fix your problem, and you've got a problem, they've got to take care of it themselves."
Oh, and after issuing that statement La Russa and the Cardinals went on to trounce the Diamondbacks 8-0.
It's not that this article angers me, in fact, it makes me burst out laughing at how ridiculous it is. First, they're "buycotting" Arizona to help support the bill. Congrats, I'm pretty sure none of that money will make into the hands of the retards in the Arizona government, but good try. Then you have LaRussa's statement, which I've read twenty times and still don't understand.
"People don't fix your problem, the government, national government doesn't fix your problem..."
Yes, good tea-bagger stance there, continue.
"...and you've got a problem, they've got to take care of it themselves."
By which I'm assuming he means the state of Arizona, who are the people of Arizona, who LaRussa started out stating that don't fix your problem. Hitting it a little early, are we Tony? In related news, LaRussa went on to say, "Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?"
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