No sooner had the Tea-Bagger rally against taxes started in Boston on Thursday, when a fleet of large helicopters flew over the gathering and dropped a gigantic net.
A news organization is reporting that the effort was organized and paid for by a major trade union and the country's largest social action group. In one of the first organized efforts to confront and challenge the fringe element of the conservative movement,the helicopters flew the entire group of captured protestors over Boston Harbor and dumped then in the water.
As rescue boats provided by the two organizations rushed in to save the protestors from drowning or serious injury in the cold waters, a group of counter protestors carrying signs that read "the other 98%," surrounded the docks as the boats brought the wet and weary T-Baggers ashore.
Some of the T-B's thanked their rescuers, but most spat upon them and called them commies and perverts. Each one was given a warm blanket and a hot cup of tea.
Most of the TB's got into their cars and immediately left town. As they left the Boston area, the highways were lined with giant billboards that read, "One new tea bag------thirty cents. One old wet T-Bagger-----Priceless!"