Friday, March 27, 2009

Gosh, I'm concerned about our Republican friends

I'm a liberal Democrat. But there comes a time when partisanship must be put aside. I'm worried about the Republican Party. If yesterday's news is any indication, it seems they are in the throes of some collective break down.

First, Republican leaders smugly call a press conference to reveal their alternate budget proposal and reveal...nothing...er...sorry...a blueprint.





Then Sarah Palin, from a party meeting that appears to have been held in a cave, snarkily laments that no one on the McCain campaign would pray with her. Somebody is being disengenuous here. Either Sarah Palin simply did not form bonds with the religious members of McCain's staff. Or maybe a lot of Republican politicos are B.S.ing in their protestations of piety and the McCain staff wasn't as churchy as one might believe. Hmmmm...





Michelle Bachman is calling for violent revolution:

I want people in Minnesota armed and dangerous on this issue of the energy tax because we need to fight back. Thomas Jefferson told us, “Having a revolution
every now and then is a good thing,” and the people – we the people – are going to have to fight back hard if we’re not going to lose our country. And I think this has the potential of changing the dynamic of freedom forever in the United States. Read
more...

Then Michael "Bringin' hip hop to the GOP" Steele was all, "Ya'll may think I've been fucking up a lot since I became HNIC of the GOP, but it's cause you don't understand my mad, crazy skillz, yo!" Yes, that Limbaugh dust up...the whole pro-choice, gay rights slip up...just part of the strategery. Off the hook, son!




Don Lemon looks incredulous.

And in some corner, Glenn Beck is still shedding crocodile tears over his country.





I'm telling you, somebody should be watching these people.

2 comments:

RiPPa said...

Yeah, they've been good for some laughs lately. My man Steele takes the cake with his supposed grand scheme.

HA!

Monica Roberts said...

The fools bear watching because they still believe that they can take the country back, and with 25% of the country that dote on their every word, it's possible.

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