WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Tea Party, a political group, have been sued by US citizens for misleading advertising.
"They were the 'Tea' Party, right?" said one who was scammed. "Well, I was expecting tea or coffee and some food."
"I joined cause I thought it would be good for my daughter," said an unhappy mother. "It'd be good for her dollies."
These two people are not alone.
Millions of Americans have been swindled by these Tea Partiers, expecting a warm beverage or a social gathering full of music and fun.
Instead, at these meetings, punters would be forced to listen to drivel about 'taking America back', and 'forcing the Socialists out'.
This worked on punters, causing the depiction of Obama as a loseriffic Socialist, who wanted to spy on everyone.
"They were so good with words," recalled one victim. "They made me feel they were rooting for me, even though I just wanted some grub."
The Tea Party have been successful at pulling in people in states where the IQ is less that this reporter's classmates, snd not so good in the cities.
The Tea Party will be forced to pay out the following:
- $100 million to the government, for defamation of character
- $10,000 to each citizen who signed up for the Tea Party
- $60 million to The Association of Beverage Makers and The Association of Snack Makers for possible sales of tea and biscuit if they were actual 'Tea Parties'.
- All leaders will be sentenced to 'Death by Bieber'
As of press time, this reporter was at an actual party.