Look what she say about the Poor Teabagging Groups:
Sounds like Folks in Alaska got no use for Teabaggery
Say it ain’t so, Erickson:
It is always a tough thing for candidates to do, but sometimes it is necessary.
Dan Maes is running a terrible campaign terribly underfunded in
. He has the establishment Republicans and most of the grassroots doing something no one thought was possible — rallying to Tom Tancredo. Colorado
The latest polling in
has Maes at 15%, behind Tancredo and Hickenlooper, the Democrat. Colorado
Maes cannot win. There is no way he can make up the ground. There is no money for him to make up the ground.
It is not just improbable. It is impossible.
For the sake of all that is at stake, Dan Maes must drop out. It is not pleasant. It is not face saving at this point. But Dan Maes must go for
to have even a chance of flipping the Governor’s Mansion out of the hands of the Democrats. Colorado
This is simply awful.
This Brave Patriotic Teabagger is risking all to trying to save the Country from imaginary SOCIALISM and Obama-care and other scary things and this is how they repay him?
A Blast from the Past:
"I'm speaking. I've got the remarks. Figure it out."
~ Sarah Palin upon being told that she would not be allowed to give a concession speech on election night.
But the MEAN people in the McCain Campaign wouldn't let her speak.
People were really MEAN to her during the 2008 Presidential Campaign. Katie Couric was especially MEAN. But as bad as not being allowed to deliver her remarks on election night may have been, I heard that the night got even worse for poor Sarah when she was later told she’d have to sit at the kids table during the consolation banquet that night.
Why are people so mean to poor Sarah?
"Women are always focusing on a generation or two down the road. Women make the education and health-care decisions for their families, for their kids, their spouse, their parents. And so they have become more politically involved. They are worried about will people have enough money, how are they going to pay the bills, the tuition, get the kids through school and college."
"I look at this year as the Rage of the Bill-Paying Moms. They are saying 'How dare you, in your arrogance, cap the opportunities my child will have? You'll burden them with so much debt they won't be able to buy a house—all because you can't balance the budget.'"
~ Marsha Blackburn describing why so many mothers and grandmothers find vile teabaggery attractive
Though I can see why
Yet Ms. Blackburn disagrees. She believes “that 2010 will mark ‘a philosophical shift,’ the beginning of a change in national thinking regarding the role of the individual and the government.” Again, this may feel true to Blackburn, but is it likely?
The day when women lead the charge to right size the government and balance the budget without tax increases will be a sight to behold. To accomplish what these Teabaggers say want, you’d have to cut every part of the government other than interest on the national debt, payments to programs for the elderly and toward National Defense. To take it one step further, according to Blackburn we should expect these mothers and grandmothers to lead the charge to abolish the Coast Guard, the Veterans Administration, the Weather Service, the Department of Transportation, the Mine Safety and Health Administration, Food Stamps, National Parks, the Environmental Protection Agency, the National Institute of Health and etc, etc, etc.
I just can’t see unruly mobs of women protesting affordable student loans, cancer research, clean air and safe drinking water on the D.C. mall anytime soon. Sure Sarah Palin, Marsha Blackburn, Michele Bachmann and some of their acolytes may object to all these things, but the average woman is not going to be enraged by the fact that her kid qualified for a low interest student loan backed by the federal government instead of paying more for some risky product cooked up on Wall Street. Just ain’t happening.
Folks are scared because the economy was turned upside down due to the Panic of 2008. That is what’s at play here.
Say, how about we abolish the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Marsha? The thought of an unregulated nuclear industry with no cops on the beat, that is sure to grab the attention of Mothers and Grandmothers. Why don't you see how that idea plays at your next town hall meeting?
Reports indicate that a Taliban Agent may be trying to infiltrate CONGRESS ! ! !
When Georgia Republican Congressman Paul Broun warned about Super-Duper Secret Muslim Spies Infiltrating Washington, D.C., I thought he was exaggerating.
Republican members of the Congressional Anti-Terrorism Caucus said the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) have tried to plant “spies” within key national-security committees in order to shape legislative policy.
Reps. Sue Myrick (R-N.C.), John Shadegg (R-Ariz.), Paul Broun (R-Ga.) and Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), citing the book Muslim Mafia: Inside the Secret Underworld that’s Conspiring to Islamize America, called for the House sergeant at arms to investigate whether CAIR had been successful in placing interns on key panels. The lawmakers are specifically focused on the House Homeland Security Committee, Intelligence Committee and Judiciary Committee.
“If an organization is connected to or supports terrorists [and] is running influence operations or planting spies in key national security-related offices, I think this needs to be made known,” said Broun, who sits on the Homeland Security Committee.
There ain’t no Muslim Spies in Congress or Running the CIA, everybody knows this….. OR SO I THOUGHT! Now there is video evidence that Broun was RIGHT!
Bryan to run for president as a Tea Party Republican
By John Feehery - 09/27/10 01:53 PM ET
— William Jennings Bryan, who last ran for president in the 1908 election, announced that he was going to run for president as a Tea Party Republican in 2012. DAYTON, Tenn. Bryanpromises to run against the TARP bailout, industrialists, government spending, the Federal Reserve and evolution and in favor of policies that help the “common” man. New York
Asked why he was running as a Republican instead of as a Democrat — where three times he won that party’s nomination for president, in 1896, 1904 and again in 1908 —
said: “Destiny is no matter of chance. It is a matter of choice: It is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved.” Bryan
Sarah Palin, when asked about
’s run, looked on in incomprehension, as if she had never heard of “The Great Commoner.” Mike Huckabee, whose platform closely resembles Bryan ’s, scoffed when told of the run: “He can’t run for president. He’s been dead for 80 years.” Bryan
campaign is reportedly working out the details to overcome that one minor issue. Bryan was unapologetic: “Never be afraid to stand with the minority when the minority is right, for the minority which is right will one day be the majority.” Bryan
Bryanis expected to appeal to conservatives from the more rural parts of . His appeal in bigger, urban areas will be tempered by this kind of rhetoric: America
“Burn down your cities and leave our farms, and your cities will spring up again as if by magic; but destroy our farms and the grass will grow in the streets of every city in the country.”
Notice the MEANERY directed at poor, poor Sarah? Like she wouldn’t know who William Jennings Bryan was or never heard of his 1896 Cross of Gold Speech or about Bimetalism and the coinage of free silver at a ratio of 16:1. Of course she has.
This is MEANERY against Sarah and the Teabaggers pure and simple, but still funny.
We all know that NRO Legal Blogger Ed Whelan has been on the beat warning us about the scary threat known as Radical Transnationalism.
Thank Goodness for Big Ed. If it wasn’t for him, nobody would know a darn thing about the dark conspiracy to replace good ol’ Redblooded American Law with Effete European Law and Scary Sharia Law. Thanks to the intrepid blogger, we all know about this dark conspiracy. Now the Radical Transnationalizers ain’t gonna be able to lift a finger without causing a five alarm fire warning over at the National Review Online. Take that Transnationalizers!
But as much as we all owe Big Ed a debt of gratitude, I'm not sure if he’s thought about this as deeply as one could. For instance, singling out Effete European Law and Scary Sharia Law is easy since nobody wants to be subject to the requirements of French Law (which I bet sucks) and nobody wants to deny their women folk full civil and political equality under Sharia Law. Them two is easy. But what about a more sinister threat? I think Ed is missing out on a gold mine of another truly frightening possibility. Extraterrestrial Law.
It may sound like a Spielberg movie plot, but if senior
airmen are to be believed, this scenario is not science fiction. U.S.
They claim that since 1948, aliens have been hovering over UK and U.S. nuclear missile sites and deactivating the weapons– once even landing in a British base.
Furthermore, they warn, our governments are hushing the activity up.
Captain Robert Salas, who, along with six others is to break his silence on the subject, said: ‘We’re talking about unidentified flying objects, as simple as that.
‘They’re often known as UFOs, you could call them that.
‘The U.S. Air Force is lying about the national security implications of unidentified aerial objects at nuclear bases and we can prove it,’ he said.
The former officer said he witnessed such an event first-hand on March 16, 1967, at Malmstrom Air Force Base in
‘I was on duty when an object came over and hovered directly over the site.
‘The missiles shut down – ten Minuteman [nuclear] missiles. And the same thing happened at another site a week later. There’s a strong interest in our missiles by these object, wherever they come from. I personally think they’re not from planet Earth.’
The six former U.S. Air Force officers and one former enlisted man, are to present declassified information which they claim backs up their findings. They have witness testimony from 120 former or retired military personnel which points to alien intervention at nuclear sites in the
as recently as 2003. U.S.
They will urge the authorities to confirm that alien beings have long been visiting Earth
ET has been visiting EARTH? Whoa, now that is scary.
And if they‘ve visiting the Earth, is it not possible that they’ve brought their laws with them? Think about it. It is definitely against good ol’ American Law to mess with American nuclear missiles. But they done it anyway and probably relying on their own laws to do it. And if they’ve brought their laws with ‘em, what is to stop them from Extra-Radically Transnationalizing good ol’ American Law? Think about it. In my opinion this is just as scary as French Law (which I bet really sucks).
Perhaps Big Ed or Newt Gingrich could take up the charge for a Constitutional Amendment banning the application of Extraterrestrial Law in the
It is worth a shot.
Quote of the Day:
We can’t afford a nation less solicitous of civil liberties than is already the case.
Forced to choose, I’d rather live in the ACLU’s idea of the perfect
than a country where we repeal Obamacare, eliminate earmarks, and persist in chipping away at civil liberties to fight drugs and terrorists. The former may be a “road to serfdom.” The latter is a shortcut to the same place. America
It looks like this libertarian fellow thinks the GOP and its fetish with vile Teabaggery is but a shortcut on the road to serfdom.
What you are About to Read is fictional and is depiction of future events which have not happened………………YET.
It is a depiction of Future events that could occur should the prophesies of Senate Candidate Joe Miller (R-AK) come true.
When we last left Alaskan President Joe Miller, he had learned about what Foxnews was calling a “Red Revolution” in the former Kingdom of Hawaii which foiled his plan to a contract with the Kingdom of Hawaii’s Royal Navy to open up Trade Routes to the Oil Market of the East.
The Miller Chronicles Continue…. Installment 6
Alaskan President Joe Miller held the receiver of his old fashioned analog phone. The world felt right when he felt the weight of this phone in his hand. It felt like the good old days - rotary dial and all. He didn’t mind using this old fashioned phone one bit. As a matter of fact he preferred it now. He started using the old fashioned phone when the State of
With the Trade embargo with Pacifica in place (excepting only the oil for food program), this presented a problem as the damn commies as President Miller referred to them, maintained a virtual monopoly on the new generation of software needed to defend against designer Viruses like Burrowers. Though she denied it blaming the problem on Siberian Pirates, it was rumored that Pacifican President O’Halloran ran sweatshops in suburbs of
President Miller had solved the problem quite ingeniously he thought, or so said his trusted aid Norton Grovequist. Using his power, as
Some could say and did say that this executive order amounted to State directed capitalism, but in an emergency most folks in
And after signing a Treaty with
This clever move brought protection from the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force which could and did sink Siberian Pirates at will every time a Japanese shipment was threatened. This way the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force would only be acting in self-defense and in compliance with the Japanese Constitution. It was Brilliant the newspapers proclaimed. And naturally, after the Executive Order and the Treaty, President Miller’s approval rating had soared to new heights.
While things looked bright in
The strongman running the show in
Under Commandant Beckworth,
Back in the early days the Great Protectorate of Idaho flourished as it coined its own currency based upon bimetallism with free silver coined at a ratio of 160:1, due to recent rich Silver Strike in the
Yes in the early days, the future looked bright in the Potato Protectorate. So who could have guessed the trouble that would spring from Commandant Len Beckworth’s decision to implement a biblical based constitution? Heck, if it was good enough for the Founding Fathers in the 18th century, why not give it a try in the 21st Century, Miller thought. And up until the great potato famine, it appeared the Great Potato Protectorate of Idaho would survive the devastation that reigned throughout much of the former American West.
However it appeared that all was beginning to unravel. And this worried President Miller greatly…………………..
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Dueling Quotes for the Day:
Except in God-given and constitutional rights, we are not equal. We are all unequal. The utopian promise of equality is but the banner of every power-hungry politician in modern history. And the rise of the egalitarian society means the death of the free society.
Egalitarianism leads to The Death of Free Society, he says. I suppose it depends upon who you ask. But this guy would probably agree with Buchanan.
Men are not born entitled to equal rights. It would be far nearer the truth to say that some were born with saddles on their backs and others booted and spurred to ride them and the riding does them good. They need the reins, the bit and the spur.
~ George FitzHugh Defending the institution of slavery
It appears that Mr. Buchanan is an unreconstructed Burkean Conservative just like those of yesteryear.
Poor Orrin. This poor fellow just ain’t catching no breaks.
Mouthing rightwing blather on the nominations of the Good Judge Sonia Sotomayor and Honorable Solicitor General Elena Kagan ain’t good enough for some folks. Now RedState Blog’s Teahadist in chief is calling for his scalp for his lack of fealty to unholy Teabaggery and Joe Miller:
To bring it all home for us, we find the next great target to take out, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Senate Club):“We all respect the system, and she still is a Republican senator,’’ said Sen. Orrin Hatch (R.,
.) after the closed party caucus. “It’s just a matter of good taste. We decided to keep the status quo as long as she’s a senator.’’ Utah
I so glad Orrin has such good taste compared to Ms. Murkowski who is bitterly clinging to power the way Obama thinks Tea Partiers cling to their guns.
Time to train our sights on Orrin for a 2012 defeat. The Senate GOP will learn even if we have to defeat them all.
Hatch, Hutchison, Corker and the other wayward Senators up for election in 2012 better watch their ballots.
Though several Million people live in
As for Senator Bob Corker (R-TN), wait till the nutters find out that ol’ Corky is both pro-life and pro-choice on abortion. Sure Corky may say that he ain’t pro-abortion-on-demand anymore, but who knows what he’ll be tomorrow? He could switch again, so you just can’t say for sure. And this sounds like definite grounds for teabag justice if you ask me.
While the RINO usually wins in Tennessee's GOP primaries, who knows what the future will hold. Perhaps a dose of vile teabag style justice is in ol’ Corky’s future.
Poor Orrin. Poor Corky. You can’t choose your family but you can choose your friends and you fellows have chosen some real winners.
On the Deranged Pronouncements of Newt Gingrich, Dinesh D’Souza and other Right Wing Nuts – these theories:
I don't think there's any equivalent to this on the left. Liberals can be annoyingly self-righteous and swept away by hyperbole — calling George W. Bush a moron, for example — but I don't see much deliberate lying. Certainly nothing on the scale of Fox or Limbaugh.
I have two theories about this. One is that the conservative intelligentsia is deliberately training the Republican base to be irrational. I can almost see them chortling: "If we can get them to believe the earth is only 6,000 years old, we can get them to believe anything!"
But while this theory provides a little consolation, I don't actually think it's true. Far more likely is theory No. 2 — that Republicans have lost all confidence in their ability to convince the American people with honest arguments. Their triumphalism about November conceals a stink of desperation.
Theory No. 1 should not be dismissed out of hand.
However, when people like Gingrich and others make pronouncements that President of the United States is a Secret Kenyan Anti-Colonialist bent on imposing Shariah Law in the United States that are demonstrably ridiculous, you have to wonder if there may be a third explanation.
Theory No. 3 – Newt Gingrich and his partners in crime may just be evil.
Apparently so and I am truly saddened to learn of this sad tale about Ol’ Joe taking handouts from the GOVERNMENT.
Until Monday night, the campaign had also dodged questions as to whether Miller had received federal farm subsidies for land in
, where he once lived. Kansas
After Alaska Dispatch received Miller's farm subsidy records under the Freedom of Information Act and told the Miller campaign about them on Monday, Miller's staff confirmed he received federal payments for 140 acres of cropland he owned in
between 1990 and 1998. Kansas
"Like the vast majority of farmers in that region, Joe received payment from the USDA in exchange for managing his crops according to government standards," said campaign spokesman Randy DeSoto in an e-mail Monday night.
Dispatch had earlier linked a Joseph W. Miller -- Miller's legal name -- to farm subsidies for land in
Kansassent to a post office box in when Miller was working in the city as an attorney. Miller's campaign was asked last week whether the candidate was the Joe Miller who got those funds but refused to answer until late Monday. Since the question was asked, Alaska Dispatch linked candidate Joe Miller to that address -- Anchorage P.O. Box112926 in . Anchorage
This is the Anchorage address at which the attorney and his family received Permanent Fund dividend checks; it is the address Miller used on his state hunting and fishing licenses; and a Freedom of Information Act request has now revealed it is the address to which the U.S. Department of Agriculture mailed 61 farm subsidy checks worth a total of $7,235 from 1991 through 1997.
The subsidies -- ranging from $2 to $1,621 -- were for sorghum and wheat deficiencies, an agriculture conservation program, disaster assistance, and production flexibility on wheat on sorghum, according to payment records from the Department of Agriculture.
Let me get this straight Joe Miller is taking handouts for something called “production flexibility.” That sounds MARXIST to me. I don’t know if it is, but it sure sounds like it and that is close enough, I tell you. Add to it his deliberate attacks on venerable AMERICAN institutions like Social Security and Medicare, his criticism of the blessed US Constitution and you are starting to get the picture of a man who acts like
And just who asks the GOVERNMENT for a $2 dollar check in the first place? Why couldn’t Joe get a job like the rest us? When someone is down on their luck and needs a couple of bucks the least thing you could do, would be to wash windshields at the intersection. But not Joe - he goes and shakes down the Government with his production flexibility for his $2 check which then takes it out of my wallet to pay for it.
To top it all off Joe Miller says he opposes Government Spending on Agriculture. And it turns out that the opposite is true that Joe Miller ain’t nothing but a Welfare Queen who may in fact be a MARXIST, who at the same time is pretending he’s a Teabagger!
It is possible and Sad. Very Sad.
The big news over the weekend was that defeated GOP Senator Lisa Murkowski will continue her efforts toward re-election to her Alaskan Senate Seat as a write-in candidate.
Earlier last week I asked the good Senator a question. Will she:
or surrender it to these unwashed, unrepentant, unreconstructed and terribly confused Teabaggers? America
And Murkowski, who apparently reads this blog, answered loud and clear:
"Alaskans deserve a fighter in the United States Senate who will always stand up for
, who understands our great potential, and has the experience, the respect and the seniority to accomplish that," Murkowski said. "I am that Senator." Alaska
Murkowski also took a shot at former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, saying she is "one Republican woman who won't quit on
She admitted that she did not go after Miller enough in the primary, something the national party had pushed her to do. But she signaled that was about to change.
"We made some mistakes," Murkowski said. "When he swung, I didn't swing back. Well, ladies and gentleman, the gloves are off."
So, at my urging perhaps, she will continue on against the Teabag fueled and GOP nominee Joe Miller and make this a 4 way race along with some Libertarian Guy and the Noble and Honorable Democrat, Scott McAdams.
Predictably, this news caused a wingnut melt down all in the familiar places. But I think anytime you have a politician who is not afraid to stand up and fight for American values it is a good thing. And that is what Senator Murkowski doing by taking on the Teabag Fueled, and very confused, Joe Miller, who by the way, has recently attacked such venerable AMERICAN traditions such as Social Security and Medicare for working folks in their old age. He has also attacked the kind-hearted American act of showing compassion for the downtrodden and unemployed.
Miller, if he had his way, would scrap our American System that our founding father fought and died to give to us, and replace it with a cockamamie scheme based upon the 10th Amendment. He apparently believes, I can conclude no other way, that our nation is so imperfect that it needs to be scrapped and sent to the ash bin of history. This is just plain wrongheaded if you ask me. Thankfully, Senator Murkowski agrees with me and will STAND TALL and FIGHT for
Fight on Senator against these unwashed, unrepentant, unreconstructed and terribly confused Teabaggers.
That’s right Former Congressman J.D. Hayworth, previously voted dumbest man in D.C., is taking over the reigns as the Tea Party Pitchman.
The Tea Party is expected to announce that former Rep. JD Hayworth (R-Ariz.) will become a national spokesperson for the movement, a source close to the matter told The Hill.
I think his first official act should be to announce a plan to “Regularize” John McCain this November. He and unholy Teabaggery can back a third party or endorse McCain’s opponent, but the goal should be clear: Regularize John McCain’s status and send him back to one of his 7 homes after this November’s election.
We are counting on you J.D. Don’t wimp out.
"They're going to be pulling for straws from the sky to do anything to stop this momentum, and they don't realize it's not going to work"
Russ Murphy, Commissar of the 9-12
Teabag Patriots on Christine O’Donnell's bid for a Senate seat in Delaware. Delaware
Poor Fellow doesn’t seem to know that vile Teabaggery ain’t as popular as he believes. In a GOP primary, among the most unreconstructed and loony folks around, sure vile Teabaggery sells. But in the public at large, ending Social Security and gutting government programs isn’t gonna cut it.
The first time we see one of these unholy Baggers campaign on ending the National Weather service or the Veterans’ Administration in order to balance the budget will be the last.
Teabaggers as as slaves on the GOP Plantation:
To the Republican establishment, tea party people are field hands. Their labors are to be recognized and rewarded, but they are to stay off the porch and not presume to sit at the master’s table.
OK. Kinda funny. And I have to say its entirely deserved, especially after the GOP has spent a generation preaching the wonder working way of the free market and of the domestic enemies in their midst.
However, I prefer Teabaggers as Marxist Revolutionaries:
And Tea Partiers now play the role of Red Army commissars who sat at machine guns behind their own troops to shoot down any soldier who retreated or ran. Republicans who sign on to tax hikes cannot go home again.
I think the Commie reference works, but not in a way that these Teabaggers would understand. As a matter of fact it fits it perfectly failed ideology and all.
Poor dumb bastards.
.....on the economy.
The Failure of Bush Economic Policy is total and complete. But at least they talked a good game:
One constant for Bush has been an optimistic, even rosy, economic outlook. Throughout much of past year, even as the Treasury Department and Federal Reserve began preparing for the worst behind closed doors, Bush and his aides trumpeted the fundamental strength of the
economy and dismissed Democratic proposals for a second stimulus package. A White House fact sheet released on Sept. 5 was titled: "American Economy Is Resilient in the Face of Challenges." U.S.
Two days later, the administration announced the federal takeover of Fannie and Freddie, setting in motion the most sweeping government intervention in the economy since the Great Depression. [em-mine]
One thing that I hadn’t thought about is that there are no serious defenders of the Bush Economic Policy. There are no Economists calling for a return to the good ol’ days under Bush. About the best defense of President Bush comes from Kevin A. Hassett, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and an adviser on Bush's reelection campaign, and it goes like this:
"[T]he economy was caught up in a storm while he was president, but it wasn't his fault."
"In the end, to the extent there ends up being a defense of the Bush presidency, that's about the best you can get."
The Bush years are looking more and more like the lost decade.
The Government is gonna NATIONALIZE your 401k:
As predicted, the Obama Administration is taking more steps toward nationalization of private 401(k) and IRA retirement accounts in an increasingly desperate effort to bridge the
government's growing funding crisis. U.S.
In a joint Treasury Department/Labor Department public meeting scheduled to begin today, the Administration is fleshing out details of a new "retirement security" initiative under the benign-sounding "lifetime income options for retirement plans."
Many months back Independent Living became the first national publication to "connect the dots" on the people, funders, and long-term objectives behind this insidious emergency government funding plan – a plan that is now in its active planning stages.
First it was the Black Helicopters, then is was Death Panels and now it's their 401k account. It is no wonder that Teabaggers are so deeply confused with Cranks like these guys preying on their fears (and Allah knows that teabagging types are afraid of lots of things).
The Wingnuttery just never ceases. It never does.
At least according to the Delaware Republican candidate for Senate, Christine O’Donnell. Roll Tape:
O'REILLY: Everybody knows that scientists have enough knowledge to clone a human being if they wanted to.
O'REILLY: But they're not, at least not that we know of. And now they're in the monkey realm. And I don't understand, if that's the possibility that people might be cured, why the objection.
Because I never buy the slippery slope.
O'REILLY: I never buy that in a free society because there are — there are checks and balances here.
MORRONE: There are.
O'DONNELL: Bill, if we — if we approach this complicated bioethic issue with our heads in the sand, the other end is in the air.
O'REILLY: My head isn't the sand, Christine. I have the biggest head in the world. There isn't enough sand on the beach in
for my head to be in there. Hawaii
O'DONNELL: My point is, we're approaching this issue with
the other end in the air.
O'REILLY: No, no, no. Hold it.
O'DONNELL: By their own admission...
O'DONNELL: ... these groups admitted that the report that said, "Hey, yay, we cloned a monkey. Now we're using this to start cloning humans." We have to keep...
O'REILLY: Let them admit anything they want. But they won't do that here in the
unless all craziness is going on. United States
O'DONNELL: They are — they are doing that here in the
. American scientific companies are cross-breeding humans and animals and coming up with mice with fully functioning human brains. So they're already into this experiment. United States
O'REILLY: Alright. Doctor...
MORRONE: That's an exaggeration. [em-mine]
I’ll say it is either an exaggeration or an extreme case of the crazies from our Teabagging Friend, Christine. But seriously folks, when these Teabaggers complain about being mocked, this is why. How can you treat these filthy sons of bitches seriously after outfits like Teabag Express spends big bucks backing a loon?
The answer is simple: You can’t.
[h/t] The excommunicated Wingnutopians at Frum Forum
One of these two Statements is True. Which one?
“People believe anything they read on the internet if it fits their preconceived notions.”
"America. Love it or Leave it. Pay you taxes or get the hell out."
SIC UTERE TUO UT ALIENUM NON LAEDAS
Let it be so.
SALUS POPULI SUPREMA LEX EST