Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Cradle-to-Grave Republi-con Delusions

UPDATE II: Republi-cons on health care reform:

UPDATE: For a little history regarding Republi-con craziness, read the Washington Post, In America, Crazy Is a Preexisting Condition.

Republi-cons like to claim that if Obama would only __________ (fill in the blank), it would settle the matter. But the truth is, they will never quit making things up, no matter how outrageous, to feed their base. Case on point, from the Washington Post:

For all you non-Republi-cons, learn more about the issue of end-of-life care and advance care planning as it related to health care reform by reading the Washington Post, Easing The 'Death Panel' Fear.

So much Republi-con stupidity, so little time.

Will It Be Forty Years in the Wilderness for the Republi-cons

UPDATE III: The public may not like Naive-crats much, but they still like Republi-cons even less. Read the Washington Post, A premature celebration for the GOP.

UPDATE II: For more on the problems facing the Naive-ocrats, read the National Journal, Democratic Fault Lines Open Up and the Washington Post, 2010 Threat to Democrats Comes From Three Directions.

Will Obama be another one term Democratic president?

UPDATE: Updating an October 2008 post, it looks like it may be little more than 40 weeks (Tuesday, September 29th was 47 weeks since the election) in the wilderness for those waskly Republi-cons. Read the Washington Post, A Republican Comeback?

Only a Naive-ocrat could blow the last election as badly.

It looks increasingly bleak for the Republi-cons. The current generation deserves to be exiled from political office for a decade or more for fraud.

Read Washington Post, Time to Be Outward Bound.

What do you thinks?

An Ugly, Sorry BS Era

Apparently the truth is just too boring for most. Read Gawker, Deflated: Balloon Boy's the Story of Our Ugly, Sorry Era.

But what do you expect when today the currency of fame is BS.

"We can evade reality, but we cannot evade the consequences of evading reality." -- Ayn Rand