Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Wingnut Wrapup

This news just in, from Think Progress:

"The Los Angeles Times reports that presidential contender Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) recently thanked a caller on a radio show who said he’d rather vote for infamous serial killer Charles Manson over President Obama. “Hey, thank you for saying that,” she replied."

Maybe it wasn't a mistake when she "accidentally"  praised John Wayne Gacy.

Elisabeth Meineke, Town Hall:  "How Multiculturalism Failed Europe"

Yes indeed, we all understand that the current collapse of European banks is solely attributable to treating brown people just like white people.  Because, of course, what is multiculturalism anyway?  Elizabeth clarifies this vital issue:

"Multiculturalism--sometime called cultural Marxism--is credited with creating tragedy on both sides."

Credited by whom?  These guys?

And while we're on the subject:

Star Parker, Town Hall:  "Sadly, more of the same from the Black Caucus"

Damn them!  They still want to be treated like white people!  Don't they know that this sort of thinking is what is driving the stock market down?  Can't they think of someone else for a change?  Like some investment bankers or guys on the board of Halliburton?

And while we're on the subject:

Roger Simon, Pajamas Media:  "Disband the Congressional Black Caucus"

Right!  Since when do the lesser races have a right to congregate in public!  Caucuses are for white people- it's in the Constitution.  At least it will be when we elect our next Republican government.

Kathy Kiefer, Town Hall:  "Bringing Selfish Back"

And  I never noticed that it ever left.  Silly Me.

Now, on to the bogus Obama scandal of the day (there is one every day, isn't there?)

Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit:  "Dick Cheney: Obama Should Apologize For Criticizing Bush Era Terror Policies"

As far as I'm concerned, Obama should apologize for not throwing Dick Cheney in prison the day after he took office.

Jim Hoft, Gateway Pundit:  "How Leftists End an Argument… They Chase You and Cuss"

How rightists end an argument:

Much more effective, really.  You have to admit that.

Renew America:  "Mexico: Court upholds provision saying life begins at conception"

Funny how it's an abomination to pay attention to legal decisions in any other country, until one of them upholds an anti-abortion law.  Then, the wonderful legal system of Mexico provides us with a perfect model.

Bryan Preston, Pajamas Media:  "Shocking Photos: Barack Obama Appeared and Marched with New Black Panthers in 2007"

Well, if by "appeared and marched with," Bryan means that a couple of the eight members of the New Black Panther Party showed up at a commemoration of the Civil Rights struggle, along with about ten thousand other people, including then Senator Barack Obama, then I guess he's right.  This has become quite a popular issue on the right the last couple of days.  Bush kissing the Saudi princes who financed 9-11, on the other hand, is just good, clean fun.

Ryan Mauro, Pajamas Media:  "Gingrich Offers New ‘Contract with America’  His debate performances and new plan are making him seem viable."

Viable?  To what brain-dead idiot?  Man, you people are desperate.  What's next, bringing Fred Thompson back?

Town Hall:  "Perjury Charges Coming for Eric Holder? "

No, not really.  Not on this planet.

Kyle Olson, Town Hall:  "NEA Launches Self-Serving Ad Campaign for Obama Jobs Bill"

Because only rich people have a right to pay for ad campaigns.  Or to think about their own welfare.  The rest of us are just here to suffer and die so the Koch Brothers can have more than their current net worth of $50 billion.

Erick Erickson, Town Hall:  "George Stephanoupolos asked Barack Obama about banks and their new fees. Of course, Obama could not accept any responsibility for that at all. And along the way he said something pretty damn amazing.  This:  “You don’t have some inherent right just to– you know, get a certain amount of profit.

Actually, in the free market, on the supply and demand curve, you do have an inherent right to get a certain amount of profit "

Really? Who Knew?  Who knew that business owners have a right to be provided with "a certain amount of profit," no matter how poorly they run their businesses?  Now, that is a new concept of the "free enterprise system."  Of course, that's the way it seems to work with banks and Wall Street these days,  but I don't see that as a right so much as extortion.

World Net Daily:  "Find out what makes 'pro-choicers' do U-turn in seconds"

Oh I don't know, maybe a big sinkhole in the road in front of them because Republicans voted down appropriations to fix our infrastructure?

Anyway, let's finish off today's load of junk with by really sinking into the gutter for our last couple of items:

Whitewraith:  "JFK, Jr.’s Assassins Identified in official report sealed until 2025...team names Clintons, Bush 41, 43 in JFK Jr. assassination"

I guess they didn't seal their report that well, huh?


Well there you go.  I bet you are really glad I brought this outstanding sample of investigative journalism into your lives.  Time for me to go before you recover and punch me in the face.


Poll P. said...

No mention of Jobs' and Palin's exits. After you went to press?

Magpie said...

You must have a cast-iron stomach to be able to hold your lunch while reading through this crap.

Green Eagle said...

Lunch? I'm in the first week of shooting for this season of a TV series. Who has time for lunch?

Magpie said...

I think some of this Right-wing garbage could make a man vomit stuff he didn't eat.

Enjoy your work.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it wasn't a mistake when she "accidentally" praised John Wayne Gacy.

Nice try but she wasn't praising him. Lefty's love to twist the facts like a pretzel until they sound logical.

aahh you're in TV,that explains your bias.

Green Eagle said...

TV explains my bias? I don't have a clue what you mean.

I'll Leave aside what it might mean that you deliberately misconstrued an obvious joke in order to try to make a totally irrational point.