The Republican Party must not be supporting the troops anymore.
Well, they support the troops, unless their favorite movie is “Cabaret.”
The GOP actually blocked the defense authorization bill on Tuesday because it included the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy allowing openly gay servicemen and women to defend their country by serving in the Armed Forces.
National Security be damned.
Leading the filibuster charge against the bill was former war hero turned coward John “Just think if I was President” McCain, who was for the repeal of DADT before he was warned he better be against it — or they’ll run a serious Tea Party candidate against him who was into witchcraft but never abused sleight of “hand.”
It’s a sad state of affairs when the person who took charge to pressure Republicans to vote for the repeal was Lady GaGa.
OK, it didn’t work —– but it wasn’t just for showandit put her in a different light rather than just a gimmicky pop star.
Anyway, they’re back —- the warriors of the culture wars. The GOP/Tea Party, Fox Fabricated News nosebleeds have all the weapons they need to take back the House and Senate: The gone-to-hell-in-a-handbasket economy and an unforgiving unemployment rate.
Not good enough —– these bloodsuckers can’t survive unless they can round up more usual suspects who they deem as not as religious or patriotic as they think —- and want you to believe —- they are.
Talk about your un-American activities.
Be it anti-gay or abortion rights, they tell you they want less government. The hypocrites. When they get back in power (and they will) their government will be for their people by their people.
It’s in their delusional DNA —- they’ve come a long way, baby, from the days of outing liberals in the arts and in Congress who they smeared as communists.
Compared to these dangerous disciples of disdain, those days of the Evil Red Menace alive and well in America was a picnic.
Speaking of communists, Fox Fabricated News had to come up with something to take the heat off Tea Party Princess Christine O’Donnell. So what did they come up with? This is rich —- her opponent for Delaware Senator, Chris Coons, is a …. get ready to google this because it’s almost ancient history …. Coons is a Marxist.
Right. They got this from an article he wrote when he was in college and the subject matter was Marxism.
College. Hey, youthful indiscretion. Haven’t we all done whacky things when we were that age?
Now if you can come up with a candidate who was a Marxist who dabbled in witchcraft when he or she was young and foolish ….
But wait…. Marxist …. begins with an M. What is it with Fox Fabricated and the letter M? They must have researched this (may as well, they don’t do any research when it comes to factual news) and found that people are easily scared by something that begins with that letter.
The lunatic fringe has already got a lot of people fearing Muslims.A mosque. And Mexicans.
Coincidence? Certainly. But when you think of Fox Fabricated and their Fearless Leader Rush to Judgment and their Mama Grizzly Palin, another M comes directly to mind: McCarthyism.
Yes, the flamboyant disdain of Joe McCarthy, and the brains of Charlie McCarthy.
And yet another M word association with Fox: Magic. Their newest succubus, the use-you-hands-constructively candidate from Delaware, who may be a legitimate threat to succeeding Palin with the younger crowd, is right on board the Ship of Fools: She announced that she will no longer do interviews with the mainstream media.
Of course she announced this on Fox Fabricated News.
Perfectly fine that someone — in her youthful indiscretion days — who dabbled in witchcraft would be a favorite of a so-called news network that’s so adept at confusing what you see and hear it can make people believe their listening to good Christians like them, but who are really being fooled by black magic. Well, it’s Fox, so they’ll want to change the hue.
Fox Fabricated should bring back the commie thing. It needs a revival. All next month leading up to election day on Nov. 2 they could conjur up their sinsiter hate potions and rile up the angry masses.
They can call it “The Witch Hunt for Red October.”
By the time Halloween rolls around, O’Donnell will be leading in the polls.
Fox Fabricated can then add another successful M to its list: Victory for Misanthropy.