Wednesday, April 15, 2009

kos Krazies Very Open About Intention to Pose As News Crew at R. I. Tea Party

This couple openly says their intent is to cause embarrassing statement from Tea Party attendees. I think a lot of the problem is that dKos is part of the establishment and the Tea Parties are obviously anti-establishment. Here is most of their krazy post:
"The great thing about owning professional video equipment is that armed with it, you can pass yourself off as being a professional news crew pretty easily.
So tomorrow, [Fake Station Name Redacted] is going to send a cameraman and on air news personality out into the field to cover this "teabagging" phenomenon.
"We're going to ask open ended questions that seem to have a slight conservative bent to (hopefully) get them to open up and just start ranting.  Then, we take any examples of racism, hatred, ignorance, and stupidity that we catch on camera and make a little movie out of it.  Probably a YouTube special.  
Here's the list we have so far
"* What are you celebrating (The Boston Tea Party), and can you explain its historical relevance?  [We're hoping to get some hilarious flubs from this one]
"* Is this your first time teabagging?  [OK, so, a juvenile one, but worth it] (apparently, we're the only ones who have connected tea parties to teabagging.  Or, for that matter, the sociological study "Tearoom trade".  Removed for the sake of keeping covert)
"* Do you approve of Michael Steele's plan to expand the GOP through a "hip-hop urban-suburban marketing strategy"?  [hoping to get some juicy racist stuff from this question] * (as an intentional misunderstanding/follow up, presuming that someone complains about wasteful government spending) "So you disapprove of your tax dollars going to the Iraq War?"  [should elicit some confusion] * Do you approve of the direction in which this country is headed? [With thanks to Bob Love]
Anyways, it's a start... but I'd love to have some suggestions for questions that sound fine, but should prompt an outpouring of crazy.
"Thanks in advance, and I'll be sure to post a link to the finished video when it's available!"
It would probably be interesting o compare the video they end up with to the raw footage. But the chances of that happening are about the same as it was for congress releasing a copy of the stimulus bill in time for it to be read before the vote.
I continue my policy of posting no link to dKos.


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