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“Say, I just remembered I’m really mad!” (Vanity Fair)
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The Maddest of Mad Tea Parties
Edward Sorel sketches Sarah Palin’s Tea Party—the Wonderland version—while Richard Lingeman eavesdrops.
By Richard Lingeman•
Illustration by Edward Sorel
May 2010




Seated, from left: Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, and Bill O’Reilly. Top: John McCain (out on a limb), Rush Limbaugh, Ayn Rand, and William Kristol.

In Wonderland, Alice found a contract saying “Sign me,” and got her own tea party on Foxy News. “Did you know Obama wants to socialize the gene pool?” confided Glenn the Mad Hater. “Shut up, shut up, shut up!” explained Bill O’Hare. “Everybody’s mad here—aren’t you?” asked Glenn the Mad Hater. “Say, I just remembered I’m really mad!” said John McCaterpillar. “I’m so mad I could bite my cigar,” said Rushy Dumpty, falling off the wagon. “Well, you’re all mad and I shall be your president!” said Alice. “And I’ll show you just how to win,” purred the Kristol Kat. With that, he vanished. “Socialist tyranny!” cried the Mad Hater. “Off with her hairstyle!” yelled Queen Ayn of Hearts. “Will you all just shut up!” said Bill O’Hare.

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