If the Teabaggers are so anti-gay-relationships, why does Christine O’Donnell look and sound like the illegitimate offspring of Sarah Palin and Kathryn Jean Lopez?
Speaking of unnatural bastards, the Rise of the Loontards is really bringing all the ancient Reptoids out from under their rocks. First thing Wednesday morning, I got a press-release email from Richard Viguerie, Mengele of the Repub Ratfvckers and Karl Rove’s spiritual godfather, who has slithered back into the public purview to disown his reality-infected spawn:
“GOP leaders — Mitch McConnell, John Cornyn, John Boehner, Karl Rove and others — as well as establishment Republicans have no idea how livid Americans are with them. Republican leaders are in a panic because they have lost control of the Republican Party. Grassroots constitutional conservatives are inside the Citadel, and are poised to take over…
Christine O’Donnell’s inspiring upset in Delaware, Ovide Lamontagne’s populist and improbable surge in New Hampshire, Carl Paladino’s trouncing of Rick Lazio in New York — and previous primary wins by Sharron Angle, Ken Buck, Joe Miller, etc. — all have been the result of the grassroots uprising against big government and the ‘ruling class,’ and in spite of the GOP establishment. Never before in American history has a movement made such momentous change in such a short period of time. As Reagan said in 1976, Americans want new leaders unfettered by old ties and old relationships.
The symbolically stupid decision last night by the National Republican Senatorial Committee not to fund Christine O’Donnell’s general election campaign, which it reversed this morning only after a massive grassroots uproar, and Karl Rove’s meltdown on Fox’s Hannity show will only fuel further primary challenges to GOP political leaders.
Current GOP leaders not ‘retired’ in 2010, will be in 2012 and 2014, and can join their former colleagues, such as Trent Lott, on the K Street lobbying circuit. And, they should get used to saying, ‘Majority Leader DeMint.'”
And Gawker awarded their “Comment of the Day” to ShaunTKennedy:
Lesson (one would hope) learned by the GOP: when you hand the car keys to the unmedicated bi-polar alcoholic with the messianic complex, don’t be surprised if you end up driving off a bridge as a trust exercise with Jesus.