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Topics: Drugs, Tea

Saturday, 27 March 2010

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A group of hippies, outraged that the Tea Party Movement was advertising their Saturday protest rally in Sen. Harry Reid's hometown of Searchlight, Nevada as a conservative Woodstock, decided to teach Palin and her cronies a lesson they'd not soon forget.

Disguising themselves as conservatives, tucking their long locks up into camouflage ballcaps, and spouting anti-Obama expletives, several older hippies infiltrated the rally and began spiking the community tea supply with real LSD.

Fortunately, only a handful of rallyers drank the tea before the prank was discovered. Of those who did trip out, it was like a scene right out of a Pink Floyd video. Joe and Marie Scottsman, a married couple in their 60's began to strip off their clothes in front of everyone and declare to those around them that they were going to start an orgy and anyone who wanted to join in were free to do so.

Another elderly Tea Party follower was found wandering around in the surrounding desert collecting what he believed were moon rocks to sell when he got back to earth.

For an hour or two, there was total mayhem as the tea partiers passed around bad information regarding the spiked tea. "Don't drink the iced tea from the Gulfstream down there over by the welcome tent," said one PSA. "Do you know how many freakin' Gulfstream trailers there are here today?" complained one concerned party-goer. Many others were confused in thinking that it was kool-aid that was spiked and not iced tea. Most everyone blamed Obama.

In the end, 47 tea partiers in all were being coaxed down by their conservative counterparts only to be told that they were now undesirable members because of their drug use, unintentional or not. Talk about a bad trip.

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