August 27, 2010

Shut up you.

Okay, this is getting funny and making me angry, all at the same time. 
We have Ace getting all worked up in both directions, first yelling at his commenters and then basically strenuously arguing exactly the opposite, even going so far as to advocate for a third party. We also have Drew M. telling us to suck it up and trust the NSRC and, funniest of all, Allah getting all militant.

Personally, I think LC Aggie Sith had it right, our political betters learned the lesson from the last two elections and the tea parties and don't like it.
They hate Palin and Beck only slightly less than the Dems hate him, and for the same reason.
She and Beck are threatening their phoney-baloney jobs.
From the Examiner link
quote
I called to ask whether the NRSC would be providing legal counsel to Murkowski’s challenger, Joe Miller and the answer was no.

Of course not, he's not an establishment, career politician who has raised money for them. He's just running for Senate on the Republican ticket.
Never mind that makes him the same as Murkowski, albeit with a lead.
More Examiner quotage
NRSC chairman John Cornyn, R-Texas, had pledged not to get involved in primaries, and Brian Walsh, a spokesman for the committee, was emphatic that Cornyn’s pledge was against getting involved in open primaries


Wait, wait, wait, you said contested primaries not open, what do you mean by trying Clinton your way around what you said?

Cornyn lied.
Comity died.
 He said, and they quote from an ABC article
We will not spend money in a contested primary,(underline V)” Sen. John Cornyn, the chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, told ABC News in a telephone interview today. “There’s no incentive for us to weigh in,” said Cornyn, R-Texas. “We have to look at our resources. . . . We’re not going to throw money into a [primary] race leading up to the election.”(underline V)

So he flat out lied to us, he's sending resources to Alaska, surely that's "spending money on a contested primary"? He just wanted us to shut up back when we were pissed off about the last back-stabbing.
I don't know what he meant by "open primary" anyway, except to be Clintonian and muddy the water with people arguing over the definition of "Is" ... "primary".

They did learn their lesson and it's pissing them off. They like their cushy, phoney-baloney jobs.
They just don't seem to understand that America is a deal. We don't pay too much attention and they don't screw us too badly and at least pretend to kiss our asses.
They broke both of their ends of the bargain and now they're pissed off we aren't keeping up our end.
Elitist iceholes with a huge sense of entitlement bother me.
I don't care how many "harumphs" I get out of them.

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