July 28, 2009

Sen. George Whinybitch laments that there are southerners in the GOP

I am so friggin' sick of this whiny little tool, I'm going to be thrilled when he retires or loses the next election.  Seriously, whining about Southerners in the GOP is like a Democrat whining because there are Californians, New Yorkers and Massholes in the Democrat Party.  It makes no fucking sense.

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July 15, 2009

How about no, Reihan, does no fucking work for you?

Reihan Salam, who is another one of these Douthat-type RINO douchebags, wants Colin Powell, who endorsed the Fucking Commie, for 2012.

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July 09, 2009

Today's Shut The Fuck Up Award Goes To....

Mike Murphy, late of the 2008 McCain Presidential Campaign Clusterfuck.

Look, I at least give Murphy credit for one thing, with this article, he is one of the few McCainiacs who have not hidden behind anonymous leaks in their efforts to trash Sarah Palin.And I would have ignored this article, for it would have been nothing more than a rehash of the David Frum/Allahpundit/Peggy Noonan/Beltway GOP/RINO bullshit, save this little nugget:

Unfortunately for McCain, the actual swing voters, the independents who do determine the winner of the election, didn't buy into this fantasy at all. After a three-week sniff, most couldn't run away from Palin fast enough.

Yet even after she helped cost McCain the election, Palin's great charm endured, at least among many grass-roots Republicans. At least until her astonishing self-immolation during a hastily organized backyard press conference last week, where she gamely competed with honking geese to resign midterm as Alaska's rookie governor. Today, in the wake of that debacle, it is puzzling to many outside our party how some Republicans can still see her as an appealing candidate for the party nomination in 2012. This begs the question: Why is there still so much Republican love for Sarah Palin?

Ok, first of all, fuck you sideways, you fucking syphilitic pack a day smoker of a bag of fuckholstering cocksmokers, you were part of the campaigns of the two worst Republican Nominees for President since John C Fremont, so fuck you and your losing streak right there. The Democrats reward this sort of failure (see Shrum, Robert), not us.

Secondly, you assclown, people didn't run away from the McCain because of Palin. She and her Convention Speech brought McCain to a point where he was actually ahead after the Convention. Yeah, she had a rough time with Katie Couric, but a little something called the collapse of the United States Banking and Finance System may have played a larger role in McCain's defeat than a "fantasy" she perpetuated. I dunno. I'm just spitballin' here.


Other politicians are more reliable conservatives {ok, Captain Cockmunch, tell us. Oh you can't? maybe that's because you HAVE NO FUCKING CLUE!-ed.}; Palin ran for governor on a set of populist issues usually linked to Alaska Democrats {but I thought you were all about copying Democrat Party bullshit.-ed.} She lacks any real accomplishment - no military or private-sector career of note{so I guess a fishing business that she and her husband built that didn't involve marrying a beer dealer heiress doesn't count?-ed.}no academic achievement beyond a frenetic bounce between five colleges, including a sun 'n' surf-oriented outfit in Hawaii.

And I'll just ignore the jab at her academic records, because, well, FUCK YOU is because. We can go round and round over that one, but I instantly respect somebody who watses their youth in Hawaii or anywhere not named Saul Alinsky's Schoolhouse. But that's just me.

She has served only two years as governor of a small and uniquely easy-to-govern state (other governors pine for Alaska's small population and billions of dollars in easy revenue from oil production) {but a two year stint as a Senator from a corrupt political machine is OK? Good to know.-ed.}, a job she has now abandoned.

The answer is that Palin profits mightily from a Republican blind spot. She has all the right smirking enemies in America's media elite. To them, Palin reeks of flyover America, that vast and corny collection of Nebraskas and Alabamas where the Army can always meet enlistment quotas and Tina Fey's private jet stops briefly to refuel. Red state Republicans see the snarky, elite attacks on Palin as an attack on them. And in some ways, they are.

The enemy of their enemy is just fine, thank you.

Ok, that last bit is where I am really angry. I hope you are joking there, Murphy McManmuncher, because insulting the Armed Forces and the people who risk their fucking lives to join them should disqualify you immediately from any job other than assistant male zebra fluffer (NTTAWWT). Your own fucking boss served a stint in Hell as a POW, and yet you, you fucking doughy dickbag, have the temerity to even mildly mock, even if it is in some sort of counter intuitive argument way, the good people of the states that FUCKING VOTED FOR YOUR GUY AND SERVE LIKE YOUR BOSS DID? You can't be that stupid, can you? And so fucking what if we hate the media? You spent most of your lives tryting to get into their good graces, and what did they do to you? They abandoned you and Sen. McCain the moment something better came along. And you think we, the Palin supporters, are stupid?

That kind of arrogance is why most of your own party hates you and the clusterfuck that is the Beltway GOP. Oh, and instead of hectoring us, why not offer some alternatives to what you just ripped? Is that too difficult, Fucktard Express? I mean, you call us stupid, yet you offer no concrete examples of what we should do, save ditching Palin.

But I am through for now. Enjoy trying to massage Chris Matthews and his tingly leg in an attempt to be an MSNBC Republican. You two deserve each other.


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July 07, 2009

I would like to thank Michael Steele

...for keeping the media's tongue-wagging the name of Governor Sarah Palin - CONSERVATIVE! Anyone making comments, positive or negative, are keeping her name alive and well. Free publicity is still publicity, even when it borders on the Biden gaffe-tastic. Keep up the good work, y'all.

Steele should pray hard that Palin will lend her name to GOP fundraisers and candidates. Speaking of which, it looks like some Republicans are hoping she will do just that.

UPDATE: Way to tell 'em, Governor!

“We have so many people who offer advice, but I’m going to continue to be, whether some of ‘em like it or not, pretty darn independent, and not get wrapped up into a strong political machine that hasn’t been extremely successful in some ways,” she said on Fox News Channel. "I want to work, right now, for people who are going to work in office or out of office for the right things. Those principles that built up America, those who are inspired by the values of America, and will not deride or apologize for the values we hold as Americans. I’m gonna work for those people.”
I can only imagine the number of blue-blood Republican elitists, whose jaws dropped when Palin just told them essentially that they have abandoned the party platform by their words and deeds. And that they should just sit down and shut up.

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July 06, 2009

You stay classy, Sen. Murkowski

How did I miss this before?  This is her statement, in full, upon learning of Gov. Palin's announcement that she is resigning the governorship:

“I am deeply disappointed that the Governor has decided to abandon the State and her constituents before her term has concluded.”
Sounds like she's a bit too terrified of being primaried the way her father was. 

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July 05, 2009

A Question To The Palin Haters In The GOP

I am not going to waste much time complaining about the vicious attacks on Palin from the left. They have defended and will defend their photoshops or frivolous ethics complaints not by answering the charges directly, instead deflecting to the “she deserves it because she made her life front and center” (ignoring their own times where we were told to leave Democrats’ very visible private lives alone), blah blah blah. Actually, the disgusting nature of their attacks does not surprise me, since that is their raison d’etre, and to do otherwise would cause me to wonder about them.

No, by now I believe you realize that my anger is at those on our side who either did nothing, or openly sided with the haters on the left, for reasons they can only explain. To them, I ask:

YOU FUCKING HAPPY NOW, FUCKFACE? Seriously, what do/did you want now that Palin is gone? You got your wish, she is probably gone for good. Now, what do you have to offer? Who do you support?

How about telling us, defending your decisions, and going from there? Or, is that too much to ask?

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July 03, 2009

Weird combination of thoughts

I really don't know what to say about Palin resigning other than that unless some family member is very ill, this looks incredibly flaky.  That's not to say she doesn't have good reasons, including what seems to be a reference to all the ethics charges being a major part.  If it truly is because she doesn't want to haul her family through the complete and utter shit anymore, well, I do get that.  But it looks flaky is she intends to run for future office.

Now to the weird part.  I'm watching 30 Days of Night in the middle of all of this.  For those that don't know, it's a vampire movie set in Alaska.  I've watched it a bunch of times but I never noticed this before.  When Josh Hartnett, Hot Ass Sheriff, finds the first murders, he drives through town doing an announcement over the truck's PA.  That announcement roughly goes "Go inside, look the doors and load your weapons."  That really caught my attention now.  It's a great tiny throw away line that establishes the community.  Yes, there's a sheriff but the town people are expected to be able to defend themselves as well.  It just really caught my attention, what with all the discussions about personal responsibility and the utter abdication thereof by most people.

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