Courtesy of Teh Sadly

How do we know the Teabagging movement is going to flop? Because Putz wrote this.

Will these flash crowds be a flash in the pan? It’s possible that people who demonstrate today will find that experience cathartic enough — or exhausting enough — that that will be it. But it’s more likely that the tea-party movement will have an impact on the 2010 and 2012 elections, and perhaps beyond.

Perhaps, unless you’re always wrong about everything.

Wrong.

BIG BUSH STEM-CELL PREDICTION: I predict that he’ll support stem-cell research.

Way wrong.

Interestingly, when he [Bush] was elected most people thought (to varying degrees of approval or disapproval) that he would be a water-carrier for the hard-right Christian conservatives and prolifers. It hasn’t worked out that way.

WTF wrong.

IRAQ WILL HAVE THE BOMB BY CHRISTMAS? Maybe.

Totally wrong.

Maybe we should rise above the temptation to point out that claims of a "quagmire" were wrong — again! — how efforts at moral equivalence were obscenely wrong — again! — how the antiwar folks are still, far too often, trying to move the goalposts rather than admit their error — again — and how an awful lot of the very same people who spoke lugubriously about "civilian casualties" now seem almost disappointed that there weren’t more — again — and how many people who spoke darkly about the Arab Street and citizens rising up against American "liberators" were proven wrong — again — as the liberators were seen as just that by the people they were liberating.

Hilariously wrong.

A WAR WE ARE WINNING:…Success has a thousand fathers, and we’ll see Ted Kennedy taking credit for Iraq before it’s all over.

Wrong.

My prediction: Bush will rise in the polls as estranged conservatives warm to him in light of lefty indignation.

Still wrong.

THE SADDAM / AL QAEDA LINK: Why are so many anxious to deny it? Perhaps because having missed it for so long would be embarrassing.

Dead wrong.

WMD wasn’t the big issue for me, but it certainly has been turned into a keystone of the war debate, which may turn out to have been a mistake for war opponents.

Hehindeedy wrong.

In the short term, however, these polls may reduce the extent of GOP defection from Bush’s legislative agenda, which may actually help the Republicans hold on to Congress.

Wrong.

I’VE ALWAYS BEEN A JAMES WEBB FAN, but this combat boots campaign gimmick seems reminiscent of "John Kerry, reporting for duty." Yeah, you can get away with more in the way of gimmickry in a state race, but I expect that this one won’t last.

Wrong.

My own prediction: If Obama is elected in November, the press will spend a lot of time explaining why a recession is actually a good thing for America!

Wrong.

LARRY KUDLOW says that Bush is turning things around for the Republicans. It does look that way now…

Really fucking hugely embarrassingly wrong.

DUDE, WHERE’S MY RECESSION? (CONT’D): I’m worried about inflation — but this doesn’t look like a recession.

Sucks for you, Teabaggers.