"Once in while, one finds a gem in the most unlikely place," says the ThinkingMeat website.
The gem: a trenchant analysis of the so-called "Tea Party" movement posted by a traveller by the name of Jinx.
The unlikely place: a motorcycle enthusiast hangout called Adventure Rider.
"...who are you better than?" Read it here.
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