Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Wingnut Wrapup


These people have really been boring me to tears lately.  It's taken me days to concentrate enough to put together this load of their crap.  Too bad Obama or some other Democratic leader can't be bothered to call them out on their endless lies.

Dennis Prager, Town Hall:  "What Weiner Did Was Worse Than an Affair...If I were a member of Congress, I would not be livid at every one of my colleagues who had had an affair. But I would be livid at Weiner."

Because, of course, the guys who had affairs were Republicans, and therefore they walk with God.  Weiner had sex with no one and never even met the targets of his e-mails, but what he did is far worst than actual serial adulterers like David Vitter and Newt Gingrich, because Weiner is a Democrat.  Hope I cleared that moral issue up.  Of course, Dennis isn't done exposing himself as a world class hypocrite:

"I cannot think of a single event that symbolizes the decline of American society as much as Weiner's actions"

You can't, Dennis?  How about torture? How about the murder of  hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians in a war of aggression?  How about thieving the wealth of the American people to give to the rich?  How about a political party that has reawakened the monster of race hatred in order to win elections?  How about that party's never ending struggle to destroy a program that keeps millions of Americans out of abject poverty?

No, to Dennis, a picture of a man in his underwear is worse than all of that.

Peter Roff, Pajamas Media:  "The Big GOP Debate-The strong conservative field solidifies."

Keep telling yourself that, Peter.

Walid Shoebat, Pajamas Media:  "Why Does Israel Allow a Seditious Man To Serve ... in the Knesset?"

Because Israelis believe in democracy, Walid, and they don't kick people out of their legislature just because a known right wing liar like yourself says they should be eliminated.

And noooo!  Oh God, here comes Dennis Prager again!

Dennis Prager:  "But the left should not laugh too loudly [at the failed Rapture]. The religious world has far fewer doomsday predictions than the left does. At least every few years, the secular-left frightens itself — and tries to frighten everyone else — about another doomsday scenario."

Dennis is referring, of course, to global warming.  That's just like some right wing idiot with a bunch of radio stations using them to pump money out of suckers by spreading some infantile fantasy.  Dennis continues:

"Compared to the global warming scenario, I'll face the Rapture — and I'm not even Christian."

Right, Dennis, that makes sense.  You'd rather have the world destroyed than hurt oil companies.  That's why you're a Republican.

Larry Kudlow:  "big-government stimulus never works."  

Except, of course, for ending the depression, when it did work.

Sarah Palin:  "He who warned, uh, the British that they weren't going to be taking away our arms uh by ringing those bells and making sure as he's riding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be secure and we were going to be free and we were going to be armed."


John Boehner:  "Republicans are convinced that burnishing the public’s view of their unpopular proposal to overhaul Medicare depends on assuring today’s seniors that they won’t be affected.

“The retirees are going to be taken care of; there’s no ifs, ands, or buts about it,”

I wouldn't bet on that one.

And this news item:

"Sarah Palin blasted the Obama Administration’s job-killing regulations during a chat with fishermen in New Hampshire on Thursday night.  Palin’s husband, Todd, is also a commercial fisherman."

Well, in the sense that Joe is a plumber.  I don't think you do that much commercial fishing when your wife makes $12 million a year.  By the way, the "job-killing regulations" Sarah Palin is referring to are all safety requirements imposed by those evil Communists at the Coast Guard.  I guess allegedly killing jobs is more important than actually killing people.

David Limbaugh, Town Hall:  "Only One Party Can Solve Debt Problem"

Why, the party that created the debt problem, of course!  And they will solve the debt problem by doing exactly what caused the debt problem, only more of it.  That should work just great.

And the special certificate for adult coverage of the issues:

Erick Erickson, Red State:  "Anthony Weiner Wears Underwear on His Head"

The sort of political analysis that gets you hired by CNN.

Clayton Cramer, Pajamas Media:  "California Pays the Price for Shortsighted Prison Policy"

No, we're paying the price for a whole lot of Republicans that just looove throwing people in prison, but don't want to pay the bill.

And speaking of which:

Jerome R. Corsi, World Net Daily:  "Obama forgers admit they produced phony documents"

Of course, the document they admitted to having forged was the "Kenyan" birth certificate that Orly Taitz and the people at World Net Daily fell for, hook line and sinker. This somehow proves that Obama's real birth certificate is phony too.

Robert R. Barker, American Thinker:  "Roosevelt was more destructive to the economy in his own time than Obama has been in his... thus far.  Obama is treading the same path as FDR, repeating the same steps that turned a recession into the Great Depression."

And there are people who actually believe there was no depression before March, 1933, when Roosevelt took over.

James G. Wiles, American Thinker:  "What Would Lord Nelson Say?  The British welfare state has sunk the Royal Navy."

Well, that's the headline, anyway.  Here's the quote this article was based on:

"Admiral Sir Mark Stanhope told a Parliamentary committee yesterday that the Conservative government's defense cuts have made it impossible for the Royal Navy to continue its military mission in support of the Libyan rebels beyond another 90 days."

Funny, I don't see a word in there about any welfare state.  I do, however, see an Admiral attacking Conservative politicians.  Funny, that didn't make it into the headline, huh?  And by the way, James, Admiral Nelson lived before countries could be attacked by something called the airplane.  Look it up.  A lot has happened since the Battle of Trafalgar.

Tom Rowan, American Thinker:  "Giving the Good Game of Golf a Bad Name"

Let's just get right to the point here.  That would be when a black president plays golf.  Mr. Rowan makes it perfectly clear that it was just fine for Bush, Eisenhower and any other president to play golf, but not the black one.That degrades the game of Golf. I guess I see what Tom is getting at here.


1. Sarah Palin didn't write it.  2.  It is an almost unendurable piece of insincere, syrupy crap.  Other than that, REALLY GREAT there.  Man, right wingers are good at lying to themselves.

And finally, another outrage from the world of public education:

Squatlo Rant:  Parents, school administrators, and quite a few grown-ups in the community of Russellville, Arkansas are upset because of a middle school yearbook's inclusion of a Top Five Worst People of All Time list, a list that put George W. Bush and his sock puppet master Dick "Big Time" Cheney right alongside Adolph Hitler, Osama bin Laden, and Charles Manson.

What a bunch of stupid kids.  Charlie Manson and Osama Bin Laden didn't kill anywhere near as many civilians as George and Dick.


Dave Dubya said...

Fox's Eric Bolling: Obama Is Hosting "Hoodlum[s]" In "The Hizzouse".

Bolling: Obama Was "Chugging A Few 40's" Instead Of Responding To Joplin Disaster."

So just why exactly are we to not see FOX(R) and the radical Right as racist?

magpie said...

He who warned, uh, the English that we wouldn’t be speaking their language effectively anymore...

I take it that Palin was talking about Paul Revere?
What… are the British coming again? What has any of that got to do with anything - your schools, your hospitals, your services ….?

As for the Royal Navy… yes the CONSERVATIVE government has retired the Harriers – Britain’s dazzling military accomplishment of the last half century - and scrapped the Ark Royal, which leaves them without hard sea-based fighter power until such time as the F-35 is operational, which could be any time next decade due to cost blowouts in what will already be the most expensive defence project in American history.

12,000 personnel lost their jobs from the Harrier retirement. Fair to say some of them are now on welfare…

Anonymous said...

Dear filthy animal,

If you bothered to learn to read before you write BS, you would see that my critique of Obama golfing has to do with his amount of rounds played after his promise not to "rest" until everyone who wanted a job has one. His 70+ rounds ought to raise some questions as millions of Americans are out of work.

And while Obama looks uncaring playing golf, Boehner looks stupid joining him. They both have work to do, don't you think?

Your full of crap knee jerk insinuation says more about you and your crappy little blog than anything else.

With the lowest of regards,

Tom Rowan

Green Eagle said...

Mr. Rowan,

Your comment was motivated by race hatred, which you have voluntarily nurtured in yourself.

You are a hateful, corrupt and morally degenerate person.

And incidentally, your ability to serve up insults is roughly on the level of a five year old.

Dave Dubya said...

Yes,, why can't we filthy animals get it through our thick heads that Obama cannot sleep, golf, or relax in any way because of a general statement that everybody in the world understands was not meant literally.

Apparently "filthy animals" can grasp the difference between literal and figurative speech, unlike radical Rightists.

Hmm. where have I heard that expression used for human beings? Ach! Himmler! Gott Mitt Uns!

Poll P. said...

G.E., I don't now how you can stomach immersing yourself into the filthy, hate-filled world of the "Anonymous" crowd. Thanks for doing it. It's important that reasonable people understand what the Right is really made up of.

Anonymous said...

Wait - Obama was playing golf with Boner? Well, that explains the rampant racism, doesn't it? Nobody wants a black man AND an orange man on the golf course. And, as for Republican's actually working to put Americans in jobs and fix the economy - why would they change tactics in midstream? It's to their advantage to make things as bad as they possibly can prior to the 2012 election - and then steal as much as they can after.