Monday, October 26, 2009

Wingnut Wrapup

As usual, these days, it's taken several days to put together a decent collection of this idiocy. I think these guys might have overdosed on teabags. We'll take the first two items together:

Meredith Jessup, Town Hall: "Obama Thesis = Communist Manifesto, Part Deux"

Little Pammy Geller, Atlas Shrugs: "Excerpts from Obama's Columbia Thesis Reveals America's Worst Nightmare is in the Oval Office"

And it did, too! At least the phony satire Obama thesis which no wingnut columnist bothered to check, to see if it was real. No apologies or retractions yet- don't hold your breath.

Red State: "News Flash: Obama Sucks At His Job"

Classy there, guys. That's the kind of in-depth conservative political analysis we here at Green Eagle have come to appreciate so much. Where would we be without you?

Erick Erickson, Red State: "White House attacks worry moderate Democrats"

Not one single example of a moderate Democrat worried by White House attacks. But he does have a long list of democratic representatives that he wants people to call to harass them over this "issue."

Erick Erickson, Red State: "By the time you read this, a lot of ink and air time will have been spent on this Politico article suggesting that the Republicans tremble when conservatives like Rush, Hannity, Beck, or even me says something."

Sorry, Erick. No one trembles when you say something. They laugh.

Power Line: "We've known for some time that Obama and his operatives have no class. This is apparent, for example, from the fact that Obama has never been able to say a positive word about his predecessor."

What would that positive word be? He wore nice shoes? He only dropped his dog sometimes?

World Net Daily: "Impeachment: The media react"

By ignoring you.

Diana West, Town Hall: "Stop nation-building, just save our way of life"

Nation-building: bad under Clinton, great under Bush (along with nation-destroying,) bad again under Obama. Notice a pattern there?

Moe Lane, Red State: "West Virginian Democrats shocked at War on Coal."

War on coal? Can our military handle a two-front war? After all, it's time for the fall offensive in the War on Christmas.

Little Pammy Geller, Atlas Shrugs: "Old Guard GOP Pursuing Empty Victories"

Unlike you wingnuts, Pammy, who are pursuing empty defeats.

Little Pammy Again: "Afghans Libel our Troops: Protest rumored desecration of Koran by U.S. troops"

Oh God, they've libeled our troops! Let's kill a whole bunch more of them. That'll teach them to libel our troops.

Listen, Pammy, you libel our troops every time you imply that they think like you.

Confederate Yankee: "Senate On Verge of Health Care Plan That Will Dramatically Increase Number of Unemployed Low-Income Workers"

Hey, after all this time, a new anti-health care lie. Will wonders never cease?

Clayton Cramer, Pajamas Media: "Openly Carrying Guns Can Be Unwise, Even When It's Legal"

Duh.

Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit: "Dems Ready to Ram It Through– Nationalized Health Care Here We Come"

Deal with it, Suckers.

Frank Gaffney, Newsmax: "Dick Cheney: The Churchill of Our Time"

God almighty, can anyone be this stupid? Frank, Churchill beat the Nazis. Cheney lost to a shrimpy, pathetic third world country. Dick Cheney bears the same relationship to Winston Churchill as I do to Kobe Bryant.

Jerome Corsi, World Net Daily: "Why the world will never run out of energy- Oil, nuclear power remain abundantly available"

From the Swift Boat Guy himself- proof that there is not a lie in the world that a dedicated conservative can't top if he puts his mind to it.

And last but not least:

Hans Bader, OpenMarket.org: "Obama Administration’s Pay Caps Reward Failure and Political Connections"

Calling George Bush! Calling George Bush! Your time is here at last!

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