June 30, 2009

How About A Nice Tall Glass Of Shut The Fuck Up?

Yes, Mark Tapscott, I'm talking to you.

Sorry, folks, but, as much as I agree this bill is a disaster for America, calling these eight RINOs "traitors" is beyond the line. Here's why: The word "traitor" has specific reference to national loyalty. Benedict Arnold was a traitor, as were spies like John Walker, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, and Aldrich Hazen Ames. The traditional penalty for treason is death, though in recent decades that sentence has been all but forgotten in the U.S., though not in other nations.

When somebody promises you they will take a certain course of action not involving national loyalty, but then does another, they are a rat, a double-crosser, or a jerk, but they are not a traitor because national security is not jeopardized by their failure to do what they promised to do. The Obama-Waxman-Markey bill will certainly burden the U.S. economy, but it won't destroy it. Thus, referring to the eight GOP members who voted for the bill is unjustified.

But isn't "cap and traitor" simply an acceptable rhetorical device whereas "General Betrayus" is self-evidently character assassination? "Rules for Radicals" author Saul Alinsky, President Obama's inspiration, would see both terms as illustrations of his principle of isolating opponents, discrediting them and making them objects of disgust, hatred and villification.

First of all, Mr. Pack A Day Smoker Of Cock*, you make the false comparison between when Code Pink and KOS used the "General Betrayus" ads and our attacks on the eight RINOs who helped push Cap & Trade over the finish line. Only problem? Code Pink has never been on the side of the military and the Generals they attacked, while we are lashing out at people who ostensibly should be on our side. We are just trying to keep our side in check, while Code Pink's sole intent was to heckle and humiliate a proud warrior.

Secondly, we have not taken out full page ads in newspapers before the vote even took place attacking wavering RINOs like the shitfucks on the left did before Petraeus even spoke before Congress. We lobbied our representatives. We called and emailed them. They ignored us, so fuck them and anybody who defends them.

Thirdly, Dudley Dipshit, who cares if we are discrediting our ELECTED FUCKING REPRESENTATIVES who we send to Congress to do what we ask them to do, and FUCKING HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE FOR THEIR FUCKING VOTES? THAT'S THE WHOLE FUCKING POINT OF A REPRESENTATIVE REPUBLIC! We lobbied our representatives. We called and emailed them. They ignored us, so fuck them and anybody who defends them. And we can do WHAT THE FUCK WE WANT TO THEM BY VIRTUE OF OUR VOTES AND DONATIONS. WE HAVE THE POWER OVER THEM, NOT THEM OVER US. Maybe they, and you, need a wake up call.

Finally, fuck you, you arrogant, elitist, BELTWAY, COCKTAIL PARTY ASSFISH. That's why. We deserve the right to express our views however we wish, and if you don't like it, I think you know what I think of your options over this matter.

Thank you, and have a pleasant evening.

*I read that insult elsewhere. I like it, but cannot claim ownership.

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June 25, 2009

Sanford, you ignorant slut.

Not only was he having an affair with a woman from Argentina, but he was taking taxpayer-funded trips to Argentina as well

Way to go, champ.

P.S. - I love that the picture they used for this article shows Gov. David Paterson in the background.  Some affairs are more equal than others, I suppose.

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June 24, 2009

Hey Gov. Sanford?

A truly honorable person wouldn't have freaking cheated on his wife and ran out of the country YOU UTTER JACKASS!

I hope she divorces you and takes you for every penny you have or will have.  It's bad enough you cheated, now public humiliation as well?  Good job!  (and I apologize to jackasses for the comparison)

I would stompyboot you but your ick is too horrible to get on the boots. 

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2012 prediction! Read it here first!

The 2012 race will be between Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin, as they will be the only potential nominees who haven't had (or admitted to) affairs.

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June 18, 2009

Major GOP gladhander arrested for money laundering

I have no idea if Dan Tang is actually a Republican, but he sure likes to hang with 'em. And now he's been arrested for money laundering.

Tang's ads for years have bragged that his restaurant is where George Bush goes for Chinese food. His website is down, but there are still many many articles proclaiming GOP love for Heaven Dragon's Chinese cuisine.

Funny thing is, despite living relatively close to Heaven Dragon, I've never eaten there.  I even lived two blocks from it for a while. Strip mall Chinese just doesn't do that much for me.  I'd heard rumors to the effect that they served dog there, and that the owner was a drug dealer, but I'd dismissed them as neighborhood craziness. 

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June 17, 2009

Conor Friedersdorf, lazy, dishonorable wanker

The Other McCain looks at Conor Friedersdorf, who is working hard to be the latest token "conservative" attack dog for the left.  Friedersdorf tried to make a name for himself in conservative circles, failed, so is now deploying the Frum/Parker strategy, and seeing some success.  Friedersdorf gained attention by attacking talk radio, so I'm guessing that's what he'll devote himself to now that he's landed a writing gig for the Gay Gossip and Anti-Semitic Newsletter The Atlantic.

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June 16, 2009

But of course: Vichy Republicans moving to sell us out on Obamacare

Perhaps I spoke too soon as far as Obamacare passing or not.  If the GOP leadership doesn't want ousted en masse or swallowed up by a new party, they better put an end to this shit immediately.  A failure to stop Obamacare would be the last straw. 

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Thanks, Sen. Ensign...

...for having an extra-marital affair.  Now we know what he was up to in 2008 when he was supposed to be finding winning candidates as head of the NRSC.

Update:  Here is a link to an actual story.  It's worse and more Gavin Newsome-esque than originally thought.  The woman he cheated on his wife with was a campaign staffer married to someone who worked in his Senate office. 

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June 15, 2009

GOP leadership finally gets around to offering tepid defense of missile defense program

Should I just shut up and be grateful they even said anything?  I mean, hell, it only took a few North Korean missile launches and nuclear warhead tests to make them voice some concern. 

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June 11, 2009

40% of Republicans not happy with GOP

I'd like to see a breakdown of that, moderate vs conservative.  In any case, it shows what a bunch of incompetent fucksticks the GOP leadership is composed of, they ought to be poised to destroy the Democrats in 2010, and they're already behind in the VA governor's race. 

I think if the GOP leadership can't get their shit together by 2010 or 2012, there's either going to be a major purging of the current GOP leadership, or a significant third party will emerge in response in a way that will rattle the DC establishment in a profound manner. 

Conservatives as a general rule don't want their lives to revolve around government and politics, so it isn't an environment that we're comfortable being in.  All that said, conservatives are beginning to feel cornered and overwhelmed, and will soon see no other alternative but to get fully involved in politics, as campaign workers, as operatives, as strategists, as activists, as candidates.  Conservatives aren't going to be happy about it, either.

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June 05, 2009

A spectacularly bad idea

Every conservative in America knows that the MSM is in the tank for Democrats in general and Obama in particular. What should we do about it? Well, not this:




And the claims that the GOP wants to censor journalists begin in 3...2...1...

Allah highlights the most idiotic part:
“To me, the greatest threat to America is not necessarily a recession or even another terrorist attack. The greatest threat to America is a liberal media bias.”
Yeah, because liberal bias kills people and steals their money for a bunch of government boondoggles. Well, it may actually help with the latter, but still.

Worst of all, this sure as hell blunts our arguments against the re-imposition of the fairness doctrine, doesn't it? When you've got a GOP Congressman implying that there's a problem with the fact that most MSM reporters donate to the Dems, and that we need a caucus to deal with that, doesn't that hand the other side a pretty effective talking point about talk radio?

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June 02, 2009

Oh sweet! More abusive GOP fundraising letters to constituents!

From the same bunch of window lickers who gave us the PAST DUE fundraiser, we have the latest bit of badness, courtesy of Chad at KURUlounge.  It's another questionnaire with tired talking points that you're to answer affirmatively to like a drone, and then this,

"Will you join the Republican National Committee by making a contribution today?

Yes (check an amount)

Yes I support the RNC, but I am unable to participate at this time. However I have enclosed $12 to cover the cost of tabulating my survey

No I favor electing liberal democrats over the next 10 years.


This is it?  As Chad says, where's your fucking plan, geniuses?  Is this your plan?  This sort of offhand threat?  If I didn't know any better I'd say the GOP favors electing liberal Democrats over the next 10 years.  The GOP is fucking useless.

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