Friday, March 27, 2009


There's just too much of it today to do it all justice.

Michelle Bachman: I am not a kook. Um, yes, you are.

Conservatives love to snuggie. I haven't seen one in real life, but they don't look that warm to me.

When GOPers poll themselves.

Gibbs squashes WaPo attempt to jump on the teleprompter.

I would think there's some secret GOP plot to make themselves look as ridiculous as possible for some unforeseen purpose, but unfortunately the idiocy is on our side too. Clearly, it's just a Village illness.

Harry Reid, man of insight and perspicacity.

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Blogger Cosa Nostradamus said...

There are very few left-wing "moonbats" who are even half as paranoid and out of touch with reality as the vast majority of Republicans, including the "leadership." And most of the moonbats are harmless peaceniks.

The Republicans are all violent wing-nuts who live in a world of paranoid delusions that seem tailored to excuse all their own bad behavior. Conservatism isn't so much a political movement, as a psychological disorder akin to sociopathy.

I said "sociopathy," not "socialism." But I do drive a shiny black helicopter. And I'm hovering over a Republicans house right now, just waiting for a signal from the international Jewish, I mean Islamic communist, I mean Fascist conspiracy from Hell, I mean, Hollywood headquarters on Fire Island.

That's just their summer HQ. They're out there getting it ready, you know, cuz of global warming. Al Gore is with them, picking Acorns for Sesame Street to feed to Head Start illegal alien kids to make 'em gay and have abortions. On Mars. That's a RED planet.

11:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Larkspur said...

It really is weird how they called us traitors for objecting to the war. Now some of them are essentially advocating insurrection. They are so exquisitely sensitive to their own discomfort.

2:10:00 AM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Cosa, that's a perfect summation of the movement.

Larkspur, it is rather incredible that the same idiots who called us traitors for opposing a wrongheaded war are now effectively committing treasonous acts and calling it patriotic.

10:45:00 AM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

"just waiting for a signal from the international Jewish, I mean Islamic communist, I mean Fascist conspiracy from Hell, I mean, Hollywood headquarters on Fire Island."

Jesus that's funny. You could sell this stuff as a depression cure. Mental depression, that is.

More, we want more.

1:37:00 PM  
Blogger Cosa Nostradamus said...

Actually, I've tested it, Captain, and it doesn't work on me. But I may be suffering from recession, rather than depression.

The REALLY sad thing is, there used to be such a thing as a liberal Republican. Now every last one of them is a shoe-box-carrying, ax-grinding, hate-mongering total nut job. It's sad because it means there is now no legitimate alternative to the Dems, and their ranks are filling with corporatists. So there's nobody to say no on the most important issues that has any credibility at all.

If you thought a two-Party system was bad, wait till you see a one-Party system...

But it's a bull market for satire.

Maybe a "Republican Jokes For The John"?

Two Republicans go into a gay bar. The bartender says, "What'll ya have?" The first Republican says, "I'll have what he's having," pointing to his friend. His friend says, "Let me check with Rush. I don't think we're supposed to be in here," noting suspiciously the beefcake beer posters, the complete lack of female customers, the rainbow flag and the guys making out on the pool table. He takes off his tin-foil hat, spits on it and points it toward Miami. A bolt of lightning crashes through the ceiling, killing him instantly. The first Republican says, "I guess I won't have what he's having."

6:42:00 PM  
Blogger Capt. Fogg said...

"Two Republicans go into a gay bar."

Actually that stands well on it's own.

8:35:00 AM  

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