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Thursday, August 12, 2010

Leave it to Ben

The spawn of Dan Quayle seems to have inherited his idiot genes.

Don't get me wrong there are thousands of Arizonians who will run not walk to the voting booth to promote his ridiculous no position position and get him out there to DC to "knock the hell out of the place."  hehe

I'd love to be a fly on the wall to see just how embarrassing it is when he tries to get all up in somebodies business in DC and finds out how unimportant he really is.

But Arizona will be impressed. 

November is gonna be a mess.  We're not gonna wind up with any majority from either party, it'll be a block this block that hot mess, and the American Public will get bupkus as usual. 

Until we get our next Conservative President in 2012 who tries to get rid of everything we accomplished this time, and succeeds pretty well.

Being a proud member of the Professional Left I have to say that Gibbs shot the Obama administration in the foot the other day when he went off about criticisms from us.  

Why would we not criticize you for the things you said you'd do and have not done sir?   You said you'd repeal DADT repeatedly, has that happened?  This is only one example, there are hundreds of them.  George Bush was more effective and he didn't have the majority Obama has.

This morning I ran across a blog I hadn't read in quite a while mostly because I have nothing in common with the author but today he asked about a bumper sticker he'd seen that features Obama and several communist leaders and labels Obama a socialist.  Of course, as is common with such moronic notions Mao is on the sticker, and he wasn't a socialist, a distinction lost on such a one who would put a thing like that on their car anyway. 

If I had a neighbor who'd do that I'd have one made that featured Al Capone, Bonnie and Clyde and George Bush.  They'd never get the joke.

Glenn Beck now quotes Jefferson when referring to gay marriage.  It seems he knows they've lost this one.  "if it neither breaks my legs nor picks my pocket what difference is it to me?" he says.  Quite the change of tune I'd say.

His previous position, which was of course voiced to anyone stupid enough to listen to any of the fearful shit he spouts was this:

"...marriage is different, according to Beck. Lowering his head with dramatic intensity, he said, “I believe this case is actually about going into churches and going in and attacking churches and saying you can't teach anything else. When you say marriage – civil unions is different – when you say marriage must be defined as this, well then you also have to go into the schools.” 

I've been catching up on Entourage the past cople of days and the term douchebag is stuck in my  head I can't think why I find it appropriate at this moment.

and so it goes:

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