FLAGSTAFF, Arizona - A spokesperson for The Tea Bag Party who spoke on grounds of anonymity stated that their is some big time trouble brewing within the Tea Bag Party (no pun intended).
The unnamed source informed GOPicky Magazine that since the landslide election, in which President Obama soundly trounced Mitt Romney, a tremendous number of members have dropped out.
The party which was founded by Sarah "Snowflake" Palin also took a beating in several local elections.
One Tea Bag Party candidate who got beaten badly is Wally "Red" Burptucker, who was running for congressman in Romney's home state of Massachusetts.
Burptucker was defeated by the Democratic candidate Cyrus "The Man" Mancafelli, by a vote of 39,903 to 4.
Red as his paternal grandmother Beulah "Blue" Burptucker nicknamed him, received one of the four votes from his wife, Fern Blossom Burptucker, one from his gardener Wing Chow Frong, one from a Mr. Horatio P. Vippypensy, and the other one was from himself.
Overall the party known as the Teabaggers did even worse than the Party of Transplanted Slovakians (POTS).
A secondary spokesperson for the Tea Bag Party who was not ashamed to mention her name, Selma Trixie Bravowitz, 49, stated that she is afraid that the 2012 presidential election will pretty much put an end to the Tea Bag Party.
Mrs. Bravowitz, who has been seperated from her husband, Skipper, for three years, stated that once Sarah Palin left the party, it quickly went downhill about as fast as Chaz Bono going down a 20-foot high slide covered with 30 weight Quaker State Oil.
Some of the party die-hards want to simply downsize and regroup but after the monthly dues were raised back in September from $15 a month to $435 a month a lot of members simply abandoned the party.
GOPicky Magazine is reporting that 53 percent of ex-Tea Baggers have joined the Republican Party and 45 percent have joined the Democratic Party with 2 percent undecided.
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