Friday, October 15, 2010

Oh Boy

The first minute of this video is talking about Creationism versus Evolution in the schools. It's nutty, but let's leave it aside for now.

Apparently, according to Christine O'Donnell, raising taxes, at all, and not eliminating the death tax are tenets of Marxism.

Now, some of you are probably saying to yourself, better a stupid, crazy lady who for all the wrong reasons and according to ridiculous logic steadfastly fights for lower taxes (and you can throw in stuff flowing from her Catholic faith here too, but I have little faith that her theological understanding is any better) than a Democrat pretty much in line with Obama. Well, FLG disagrees.

The lady is 1) crazy, 2) a liar, 3) stupid, 4) entirely too self-involved and 5) provides fodder for those who believe conservatives are idiots. Conservatives, rather than rallying behind her, need to stand up and say this lady is a egotistical moron who doesn't know shit from Shinola and we disavow her in the most strident terms. Every time she talks she embarrasses herself so badly that FLG almost cringes for her, but instead he's just too worried about the damage she's doing to the conservative cause.

9 comments:

Alan Howe said...

Check out Krauthammer in this morning's Post. Couldn't bring himself to mention her name. Regarding Delaware, he mentions Coons, Castle, and Biden. Regarding women as candidates and supporters, he mentions Palin, Haley, Angle, Fiorina, and Whitman. "She is dead to me," we can imagine him saying.

Anonymous said...

Uhm, when have *conservatives* been rallying around her?

Individuals, some very powerful within the conservative camp have been rallying around her but we've yet to reach the point that if you open Webster's Dictionary and look up conservative, you will see a comely portrait of Christine O'Donnell

Now let's have some real fun shall we? To wit read carefully to see the tiny tweaks I made:

Now, some of you are probably saying to yourself, better a stupid, crazy lady who for all the wrong reasons and according to ridiculous logic steadfastly fights for higher taxes (and you can throw in stuff flowing from her Catholic faith here too, but I have little faith that her theological understanding is any better) than a Republican pretty much in line with Bush. Well, FLG disagrees.

The lady is 1) crazy, 2) a liar, 3) stupid, 4) entirely too self-involved and 5) provides fodder for those who believe liberals are idiots. Liberals, rather than rallying behind her, need to stand up and say this lady is a egotistical moron who doesn't know shit from Shinola and we disavow her in the most strident terms. Every time she talks she embarrasses herself so badly that FLG almost cringes for her, but instead he's just too worried about the damage she's doing to the Liberal cause.

All it took was 5 substituted words and the same one was used 3 times to get a perfect description of Nancy Pelosi.

Too bad her party didn't see the light in 2006...

Mrs. P

Anonymous said...

FLG, this is awesome! HuffPo has gotten a hold of a photo of Imadinnerjacket's wife. Betcha didn't know she wears Victoria Secrets 24/7, eh?:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/shirin-sadeghi/look-at-ahmadinejads-wife_b_763297.html

Mrs. P

George Pal said...

I think FLG conflates conservatism with Republican; they are not synonymous, they are not alike, and the existence of a conservative Republican is a rarity. Ms. O’Donnell, if she has caused harm, harms the unconservative GOP and, good for her for it.

It’s long been evident the leaders of either party care little or nothing about anything but power – each scrapping at having their turn at enriching themselves and their cronies. For party leaders, up and coming political talent need be nothing more than electable, i.e., wear the label, look good in a suit (women: skirt suits, NOT pantsuits), memorize the talking points, practice the sound bites, and refrain from talking crazy talk (COD failure; hence the consternation). Manage that and they don’t give a damn if you’re Arlen Specter, Phil Spector, or a member of S.P.E.C.T.R.E.

Anonymous said...

FLG, uhm....don't know how to break this to you but the new Rasmussen post-debate poll is out. Pre-debate Coons was up anywhere by 19 to 24 points in polls. Rasmussen had it tighter - what maybe up 16 pts?

Now, post-debate, Coons is only up by 11 pts. O'Donnell cut the lead almost in half. Not bad. Not bad.

So...this gets interesting. Very interesting as aren't Obama and Bite Me in town today to help Coons? Can't wait to see the poll numbers after they visit.

As well as their soundbites...

Mrs. P



Mrs. P

Alan Howe said...

Rasmussen's latest poll shows a wider lead for Coons following the debate, not a narrower one. Three weeks ago, he led by only 9 points.

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elections/election_2010/election_2010_senate_elections/delaware/election_2010_delaware_senate

Anonymous said...

You mean the poll with Mike Castle still in it as he was still contemplating a write-in.

Go to realclearpolitics Delaware senate race - there you will see a Rasmussen poll from October 9 that has Coons +16.

Mrs. P

The Ancient said...

So, we have an ex-witch in Delaware testing the ancient proposition that you can't beat somebody with nobody, and a chain-smoking tanning bed addict down here in DC testing the broader proposition that you can't beat something with nothing.

(Good thing nobody's looking for a mandate to do more than babble or scream.)

Anonymous said...

Remember how I said I was looking forward to Obama and Bite Me's soundbites from their visit to help Coons?

Well Bite Me didn't disappoint:

"Vice President Biden says President Obama has a "brain bigger than his skull and a heart to match both" at a rally for Chris Coons."

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2010/10/15/biden_obama_has_brain_bigger_than_his_skull.html

Mrs. P

 
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