September 22, 2010

Not This Idiot Again!

Yup, Bob Inglis is back, and stupider than ever.

Inglis, a Palmetto State Republican who was defeated earlier this year in a conservative primary challenge {for his general dickfistery and support for statism-ed}, said that "optimistic" conservatives might have been threatened by the conservative Tea Party movement.

"Well, not so much moderates. Surely, maybe they're unwelcome, but also conservatives of the optimistic sort," Inglis said during an appearance on CNN in response to a question about whether centrists were being forced out of the GOP.

"I think this would be a tough time for Ronald Reagan and Jack Kemp," Inglis added {notice he picked two dead guys who cannot speak for themselves. But more on that later-ed}. "They were optimists that believe in America. Right now, unfortunately, conservatism is being presented with a voice of snarling rather than a face of smiling, and it really doesn't fit America."

Ok. First of all, I really fucking think it is foul for an assfister and goatfucker such as Inglis to try to divine how and what Reagan and Kemp would do, especially since they have both left this mortal coil and can no longer speak for themselves. But rather than speak for Ronaldus Magnus, let me let him speak for himself.

Funny. A lot of that sounds just like what the "teabaggers" Inglis and the rest of the RINOs decry in the people who have defeated them, all while invoking Reagan. And this:

Fucking teahadi! Doesn't he know that RINOism is the way to go?
Well, soon to be former Congressman Inglis, let me learn you something:
Fuck you. Fuck you with the tax code rolled up and goatsefied for your donkeyfucking pleasure. How the fuck do you know how Reagan would react? Are you a clairvoyant? If so, you are a fucking awful one, because you wouldn't have lost a primary in a state that your party fucking owns if you had a fucking clue. How the fuck would you know about the Tea Party, the same one that sent your fuckwaggishly failfucked career to the wranglefuck pile of defeat, and how it would handle Reagan? And how the fuckity fuck can you claim that people risking their careers and livelihoods to stand up in opposition to the dreariness and desperation of socialism as anything but positive, since they are willing to take a risk and a chance based on the hope that a tomorrow without socialism is a better day than today?

Tell me, I'll fucking wait.

Until then, get nuchalfucked by a numbfish's nanocock and go away.

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