Every day I think conservatives have finally reached some plateau of ridiculousness in making a mockery of themselves and their country, and then something like this happens, reminding me that GOP stupidity is apparently boundless.
I bring Fox News into this mostly because of the faux outrage from the right over the White House acknowledging what anyone with a brain has known for years; namely that FNC and the Republican Party might as well go to Massachusetts and get married. Fox aired nearly wall-to-wall coverage of the “tea party protests” – protests only attended by Republicans, along with a smattering of eager white supremacists) while other networks like MSNBC covered the events, but didn’t obsess over them.
They were written about in every major paper including the New York Times.
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It would seem that Republicans in Georgia are challenging the Republicans in Connecticut to a contest to see who can pull off the larger fraud on American voters without landing in jail as a result.
Republicans in the Connecticut state legislature were recently kicked off Twitter for using as many as 33 different accounts to impersonate Connecticut Democrats, a violation of the site’s terms of service and quite possibly state and federal law. The consensus in a poll I ran was that those Republicans should be charged with a crime, 86-14, and/or resign, 88-12.
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In what seems like it should be a national news story – but never is because of who the offenders are – a group of state Republicans in Connecticut were caught by Twitter impersonating dozens of their fellow Democratic counterparts sending out GOP-friendly messages under the names of people who hold vastly differing political views.
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From time to time I’ll post a comment as an article, either by request, or because something happened and made the comment unavailable. In this case, the seed this comment belongs on was taken down by the community; a link to “American Thinker” for a story titled “Kill the Jews, Save the World“. With a title like that it’s surprising that the seed remained up since October 10th. The first blockquote belongs to the seeder, to which I respond thusly:
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I have no significant sympathy for Meghan McCain or anybody like her, and I wasn’t snowed over by her a few months back when she criticized the Republican party and for a short time became Public Enemy #1.
The meme on the left was to suddenly embrace her existence and admire her as one of the misguided good guys. If only more conservatives had a head on them like Meghan McCain did, maybe we could stop bickering and start healing divisive wounds, take care of the people’s business, and finally have that ideal country we all dream of.
Frankly that kind of shallow thinking is a good way to get yourself killed someday.
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You’ve undoubtedly heard that Chicago – the American city that Bush U.N. ambassador John Bolton fantasized about being the victim of a terrorist nuclear attack at CPAC, garnering laughter from the audience – lost the Olympics for 2016. Reportedly it was because of draconian immigration policies which makes you wonder whether or not the United States may be permanently out of the running.
Perhaps you’ve also heard – and this ought to be plenty obvious and expected by now — that Republicans are thrilled that the United States lost the Olympics. No exaggerations, no political grandstanding here, and despite political operatives desperately trying to keep their party from celebrating such a huge loss to our nation, many mainstream conservatives simply can’t contain their anti-American glee.
Bush Deputy Press Secretary Scott Stanzel warned his party on Twitter to “resist the temptation to pile on about Chicago losing the Olympic bid just because Obama made the pitch”.
That admirable suggestion has been roundly ignored.
Continue reading “Who hates America now? Republicans cheer America losing Olympics: “I don’t deny it. I’m happy.” (updated)”