Tuesday, November 4, 2014

A Little Teapot Spouting To The Politically Ecumenical Elsie Hotpepper

A couple days ago I speculated in a blogging that we might soon be hearing Elsie on Radio Hotpepper.

Last night someone called Little Teapot commented on the Radio Hotpepper blogging, self diagnosing that in part the Little Teapot comment might be considered politically incorrect....

Little Teapot has left a new comment on your post "Are We On The Air With Elsie On Radio Hotpepper?": 

Unless the format has changed recently, this station is Asian-centric, as in Indian and other cultures surrounding India. The brownskins instead of the redskins, pardon any violations of political correctness.

As for your gal pal Miss. Hotpepper, any talk hosting she does will likely involve a Tea Party flavor. Doesn't seem like that flavor is your cup of tea, Mr. Progressive Washingtonian. Then again you may be more Texan and conservative than you might think after absorbing the culture here for so long. A down home Stockholme syndrome?

This morning I heard from Elsie Hotpepper regarding what Little Teapot had to say. Suffice to say Elsie did not take kindly to having her good character assassinated with this uncalled for Tea Party slur.

Does Elsie Hotpepper associate with people who associate themselves with the Tea Party? Yes, she does.

Elsie Hotpepper also associates with people who associate themselves with the Republican Party, the Democrat Party, the Libertarian Party, the Green Party, the Socialist Party, the Progressive Party, the Conservative Party, the Liberal Party and any other party who might be a help with any of the many Elsie Hotpepper causes and issues.

In other words, Elsie Hotpepper is politically ecumenical.


Pity Partier said...

Wait. What? If the fine lady is so politically ecumenical as you reported,and she admitted to associating with Tea Party folks then why would she have her panties in a wad when the comment simply pointed out the very simple fact: she is associated with people and principles that are identified with the Tea Party.

Just being logical here: why would she take offense at the comment, especially to the point of characterizing it as being character "assassinated"? It just doesn't make sense. Maybe, to use your oft used phrase, the lady protests too much. What is it about the Tea Party that she finds so shameful as to react in such a strong manner? If that particular political party ideology is so repugnant, why is she associating with folks who espouse that political world view? The same goes for other political parties, especially the communist, socialist, kinist, and other fringe parties, both to the left and the right of the political spectrum

Elsie Hotpepper said...

Pity Partier, If you have a problem with me, text me. If you don't have my number then that means you don't know me well enough to have a problem with me.