Thursday, August 26, 2010

Republi-CONs Are Sooooo Gullible

UPDATE: Good news, apparently Republi-cons are not so gullible that you can just show' em your gun and they got soft in the brain. "In Arizona on Tuesday, Republican voters totally rejected the Congressional candidacy of State Senator Pamela Gorman (“conservative Christian and a pretty fair shot”), whose TV ad showed her firing a machine gun at an undisclosed target. Only about 5,000 people in the district thought sending Pamela Gorman to Washington would be a good plan. "

Bad news, apparently Republi-cons preferred the deceitful hypocrite, Ben Quayle, a/k/a Brock Landers, the fictional sidekick to porn star Dirk Diggler in the film "Boogie Nights,", and real-life son of former vice president Dan Quayle.

Just show' em your gun and they got soft in the brain:

Someone tell Mike about the lady.

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Local and regional: any comments on the local elections?, will Crist win?, and where are the hurricanes;

Nation and international: Republi-CONs are the new binLadi-cans, just part of the Republi-CON election-time religious fear-mongering -- Republi-CON bicycle fear-mongering, Republi-CON baby fear-mongering, and Republi-CON McCarthy-like fear-mongering; yet another example of how fear, anger, hatred = violence; all part of the Republi-CON created reality; is it all for the common good, or everyman for himself?, are Republi-CONs sacrificing workers to appease their imaginary inflation God?

Oil Spill Fallout to Date: finally, the well is capped, now what to do about 205.8 million gallons of oil in 643 quadrillion gallons of water (a quadrillion is one thousand million million or 1015, imagine 0.8934545... drops of oil in a 22,000 gallon pool, assuming 90,840 drops/gallon and the oil evenly dispersed), maybe we should just leave it to Alcanivorax, who was suggesting that the government push aside BP and take over?, what did more harm, the oil spill or media hype and political grandstanding?; fraud, waste and abuse, in Fl the 3 counties farthest from the spill received over 1/2 of the money, one of them, Franklin, received over 1/3 of the $40 million; well meaning stupidity is still stupidity, lost compensation, should you get extra money after lying to the IRS?, did ya hear bout Big Oil's Big Daddy, Dick 'Chickenhawk' Cheney's secret energy task force, discounts for deepwater drilling, tell me -- the oil deposit now leaking would have provided how many days' worth of oil to Americans?, Obama's energy pipe dreams, is it time for N2N, was it God's wrath for destroying his planet?, shocking realization that bottom-line influences corporate policy, political grandstanding, and Republi-CON 'less government' hypocrisy;


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Yet Another Example of How Fear, Anger, Hatred = Violence

UPDATE IV: "A college student who did volunteer work in Afghanistan was charged Wednesday with slashing a taxi driver's neck and face after the driver said he's Muslim. " Read the Washington Post, Man held without bail in NYC cab driver stabbing.

UPDATE III: For more on how Hedgehog News encourages violence, read the Washington Post, Glenn Beck and the Oakland shooter.

UPDATE II: Hedgehog News employs the masters of fear, anger, and hatred. Read Media Matters, Beck's incendiary angst is dangerously close to having a body count.

UPDATE: Even some party members understand that while fear, anger, and hatred is a great campaign strategy, it won't be much of a governing philosophy. Read the Washington Post, GOP leaders let demagogues set tone, lawmaker says.

The article profiles a veteran GOP House member who was defeated in South Carolina's primary last month and who was "jeered for saying that Beck, a Fox News Channel host, is a divisive fearmonger." He thinks:

"Too many Republican leaders are acquiescing to a poisonous 'demagoguery' that threatens the party's long-term credibility",

"[T]he rhetoric also distracts from the real problems that politicians should be trying to resolve, such as budget deficits and energy security", and

"[R]acism is a part of the vitriol directed at President Barack Obama.

And he's not the only party member that is concerned. Bush's former chief speechwriter from 2001 until June 2006, thinks that the Republi-con party lacks "a responsible, governing agenda" and their campaign strategy of fear, anger, and hatred "rides a massive wave toward a rocky shore. " Read also the Washington Post, For the GOP, a risky wave to ride or turn back.

As I said before, fear, anger and hatred is a vicious cycle of self-fulfilling prophecy -- as Republi-con destroy America, they blame others for their actions.

And for yet another example, read The New York Times, Arkansas Suspects Had Rage Toward Government.

Another Republi-CON CONservative

UPDATE IV: "[F]ormer chairman of the Republican National Committee and the former campaign manager for George W. Bush's 2004 re-election bid, has told his family and colleagues that he is gay." Read the Washington Post, Former RNC chairman Ken Mehlman: I'm gay.

UPDATE III: "When it comes to political campaigns, could we just get to the truth of the matter? Instead of focusing on taxes and jobs, here’s some of the silliness on tap this season." Read The New York Times, More American Idols.

UPDATE II: The woman who recounted Rand Paul's youthful indiscretions in college to GQ magazine wants to make it clear, she was not kidnapped, "in a legal sense." She was just tied her up and blindfolded, and "went along because they were my friends." She said that "[t]here was an implicit degree of cooperation in the whole thing. I felt like I was being hazed." Read the Washington Post, Rand Paul's accuser clarifies "kidnapping".

So I stand corrected, the Republi-con's newest golden boy, Rand Paul, candidate for US Senate from Kentucky, is a kinky, pot-smokin, idol worshippin, secret society member.

However, I'd be careful, in many states you could be arrested for tying and blindfolding someone.

UPDATE: Lest ye missed it, it appears that the Republi-con's newest golden boy, Rand Paul, candidate for US Senate from Kentucky, is a pot-smokin, idol worshippin, secret society member, kidnapper. Read GQ, Rand Paul's Kooky College Days (Hint: There's a Secret Society Involved), which states:

"The strangest episode of Paul's time at Baylor occurred one afternoon in 1983 (although memories about all of these events are understandably a bit hazy, so the date might be slightly off), when he and a NoZe brother paid a visit to a female student who was one of Paul's teammates on the Baylor swim team. According to this woman, who requested anonymity because of her current job as a clinical psychologist, "He and Randy came to my house, they knocked on my door, and then they blindfolded me, tied me up, and put me in their car. They took me to their apartment and tried to force me to take bong hits. They'd been smoking pot." After the woman refused to smoke with them, Paul and his friend put her back in their car and drove to the countryside outside of Waco, where they stopped near a creek. "They told me their god was 'Aqua Buddha' and that I needed to bow down and worship him," the woman recalls. "They blindfolded me and made me bow down to 'Aqua Buddha' in the creek. I had to say, 'I worship you Aqua Buddha, I worship you.' At Baylor, there were people actively going around trying to save you and we had to go to chapel, so worshiping idols was a big no-no.""

He's denied the kidnapping allegation.

This one is Arizona House candidate Ben Quayle, a/k/a Brock Landers, the fictional sidekick to porn star Dirk Diggler in the film "Boogie Nights,", and real-life son of former vice president Dan Quayle. Read the Washington Post, Ben Quayle admits writing for 'Dirty Scottsdale' Web site.

As the article notes, Quayle claims to be a 'conservative Republican,' and he "has some very high-profile Republican backers, including former President George H.W. Bush, who hosted a fundraiser in May for the candidate at his Houston home."

But he's already been caught sending out a deceitful mailer showing him with two toddler-aged girls. He is married but childless.

His friend at (the successor to, has called Quayle a hypocrite, and reminded him of the time he "banged Tim-Marie (a chick) in [the] spare bedroom" and those times just three years ago hanging out in the kitchen "hungover thinking about what club douche bags in Scottsdale to target next."

I bet his Dad is proud of the respect he shows women.