Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Wingnut Wrapup

Well, here we are with the current skimmings off the top of the Republicans' ongoing attempt to turn the United States into a third world dictatorship:

Dan Riehl, Riehl World View: "Have you noticed what superb writers we have on the Tea Party side of the aisle?"

No, I haven't noticed that at all. In fact, if you don't mind my expressing my own opinion here, I would have said just the opposite. For some examples, just keep reading, and see how you feel about the question by the end of this post:

Doug Giles, Town Hall: "What If Glenn Beck Said, 'I Hate Every Last Iota of a N-----! Kill Their Babies!' "

You guys would all agree with him, although not many of you would say it out loud. That's what would happen, jerk.


Yeah. Particularly from 1929 to 1940. We sure need more of that, huh?

While we're on the subject, how about this:

Walter Williams, Town Hall: "A Failed Obama Hero: Let's think about President Obama's failed economic stimulus program. Before getting to the nitty-gritty of why stimulus packages fail, let's look at the failed stimulus program of Obama's hero, Franklin Delano Roosevelt."

It's really amazing what people will say when they are confident that their base is really stupid and ignorant. Good thing nobody ever uncovered Jesus Christ's Democratic Party card, or these asses would be going around saying that he nailed himself to the cross and that the whole thing was a Communist plot.

Sher Zieve, Renew America: "AZ ceded to Mexico and the rise of the Obama police state?

I've been thinking and thinking about this, since conservatives started claiming that Obama has given Arizona to Mexico. Well, here is my solution:

I like the Grand Canyon and Canyon de Chelly, so I think we should keep that part. The rest of that God-forsaken state- give it to Mexico, if they'll take it. What good is it doing us anyway? And by the way, they can have a large part of Texas back too, as far as I'm concerned. I only wish we had taken Mississippi and Alabama from Mexico so we could make them take those states back too.

Wes Vernon, Renew America: "Government control of the internet? Oh, no you don't"

No, better to let the same people control the internet that run our insurance companies, banks and HMO's. That'll really make things run right, huh? Wes continues with this explanation of his opinion:

"Ever since he assumed the presidency, Barack Obama has pursued every Marxist ruler's ultimate dream — to put the media under his control so as to make them his personal propaganda ministry in everything but name.

We had media that were inching toward that scenario — from roughly the post World War II years until the late eighties, when President Ronald Reagan refused to sign a bill — rammed through Congress — that would have restored the anti-free speech Orwellian-sounding "Fairness Doctrine" which had been struck down by the courts."

Yeah, apparently with the aid of all those other Communist presidents- Eisenhower, Nixon, Ford and of course Jimmy Carter. Then, along came Saint Ronald Reagan, whose deregulation allowed virtually the whole of our mainstream media to end up in the hands of a few giant multinational corporations. That's worked out so much better for us, right? I mean, without them running things, we would have had Al Gore as president for eight years, instead of the brilliant CEO we had instead.

Alyssa Farah, World Net Daily: "The controversy over allegations White House officials at least as high as Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel offered two congressional candidates jobs in return for campaign favors, which apparently would violate the law, is reheating"

Reheating? Where? On the wingnut blogosphere, where the question of whether Abraham Lincoln was actually a communist is also reheating?

Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit: "Bill O’Reilly: Media Networks Are Not Honest"

Ha ha. What can you say?

Fox News: "The six-month election recount that turned former "Saturday Night Live" comedian Al Franken into a U.S. senator may have been decided by convicted felons who voted illegally in Minnesota's Twin Cities. That's the finding of an 18-month study conducted by Minnesota Majority, a conservative watchdog group"

Yeah, and it may turn out that he won by having monkeys vote for him. Boy, talk about sore losers.

Armstrong Williams, Town Hall: " SCOTUS nominations shouldn't’ be pro forma exercise"

Except when Republican presidents get to pick them.

Dan Riehl, Riehl World View: "Shhh - The GOP Hates The Tea Party And Conservatives...I don't doubt this for a moment."

You don't? Remind me again- which planet did you say you live on?

Tony Blankeley, Town Hall: "Lincoln or Kagan"

Probably Kagan. Lincoln is dead, and therefore not eligible to serve on the Supreme Court. I guess that slipped Tony's mind.

Michelle Malkin, Town Hall: "The National Association for the Advancement of Coddled People"

Because if there is one word that pops into my mind when I think of American blacks, it's "coddled." I mean, am I right here or what? They're just a bunch of babies that the rest of us have spoiled by making their lives too damned good. Now, let Sarah Palin into the White House, and she'll show them what it's like when white people stop treating them so great. That'll be a real character-building experience for them- having to experience poverty and discrimination for the first time.

Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit: "Cuban Refugee Rescued on Styrofoam Raft Fleeing Castro’s Paradise Island"

What, you mean an illegal immigrant? Well, that's one black mark against communism. How does that stack up to the millions that come over here from that Capitalist free market paradise, Mexico? Oh, I see. That's different. How is it different, Jim?

William Tate, American Thinker: "Why Do Ethics Cost More in the Obama White House?"

Because there weren't any ethics in the Bush White House, idiot. And what did that end up costing us?

And now one more pathetic Republican attempt to gin up a bogus scandal about the Obama White house:

J. C. Arenas, American Thinker: "Rahm's brother had a key role in Lebron James circus"

What, you mean Ari? You know, the guy is a talent agent. That's his job, putting together things like that. He started his own company, and that's what it is there for. It's called free enterprise. Ever heard of that?

And now let me leave you with a cute cartoon, courtesy of the Astute Bloggers:

Well, at least he isn't unleashing the real four horsemen of the apocalypse: war, famine, pestilence and death. No, those are Republican specialties.

1 comment:

Poll P. said...

Wow, you're back in form, G.E. Excellent.