James O’Keefe tried to play G. Gordon Liddy at Senator Landrieu’s office in broad daylight and all he got was bagged by the FBI.
Life is THIS good.
…even if it is a bit passé to call a Republican a filthy bugger.
So, 4 conservatives don costumes (two in hard hats) and skulk around the office of Senator Mary Landrieu (D sorta-LA) until they decide it’s time to get the ball rolling on the most neato political crime of the the new millenium. They take their places, and two work up the nerve to enter the federal building as telephone men to bug her phone (allegedly). Stan Dai as dude in the car listening to tap, Joseph Basel as fake AT&T, James O’Keefe as concerned citizen, and Robert Flanagan also as fake AT&T (the son of the acting U.S. Attorney in Louisiana’s Western District…brilliant!).
What tags do you think were on their spiffy uniforms? Their own names?
This is the same James O’Keefe who played Pimpy the Douche in the farcical and savagely edited video that got Acorn stripped of its funding.
And Pimpy actually looked like a middle class white man trying to look like a pimp.
The whole dressing up business, acting out in extravagant (albeit criminal) role play, men playing boys being bad smacks of what? Olbermann said it. The Village People, but evil.
Acorns new avenging motto? You may have the power to bruise our heels, but we will crush your frickin’ nuts…and fruits, but mostly nuts.