Today's Teabagger is Minnesota state senator Dan Hall.
Dan Hall claims to be able to read at a sixth-grade level, but that seems a bit dubious listening to this rambling word-goulash of a speech.
Oh, and here's a tip for aspiring public speakers. If you hear yourself beginning a sentence with "My friends are minorities. . ." just stop. There is no good ending to that sentence. There is no way that thought ends without you looking like the ignorant racist that you probably are.
Especially if your speech is anti-integration. And extra-especially if you use the words "segregation " and "integration" interchangably like Dan Hall seems to do in this clip.
So good job, Minnesota teabaggers. This is the guy you put in the State Senate. Were you trying to make Bachmann look like a reasonable choice by comparison?