Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Republicans! Motto: We Even Say "No" To Our Own Candidates

Hey what? Today is election day. You mean Obama is allowing another election? What kind of socialist, fascist, Muslim terrorist, left handed move is that?

Well, we have to assume that this totally caught the republicans off guard, assuming as they probably did that they would be in re-education camps by now, or brought before death panels staffed by atheist pro-abortion ACORN workers.

Brilliant Comrade. Your alien masters in Kenya will be most pleased. Let's see what sort of mischief you've perpetrated.
Republican Dede Scozzafava has suspended her bid in the NY 23 special election, a huge development that dramatically shakes up the race. She did not endorse either of her two opponents -- Conservative party candidate Doug Hoffman or Democrat Bill Owens.
Bwaaahahahaha! Fly my pretty, fly! The evil witch of the West Wing is upon you.

OK, warlock of the West Wing. Got a little carried away there. Still, losing their candidate couldn't have set well with the republican leadership back in Mordor.
Some of the most prominent names in national Republican Party politics are lining up against the GOP nominee in a key upstate New York House special election, the latest being former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum. In endorsing Conservative Party nominee Doug Hoffman in the Nov. 3 contest, Santorum joined former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, former House Majority Leader Dick Armey, Minnesota Rep. Michelle Bachmann, former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson, and former presidential candidate Steve Forbes, all of whom announced their backing for the conservative third-party candidate this week. Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty suggested that he might be the next well-known Republican to break with the party establishment and support Hoffman.
Oh cry us a river republican overlords, just...wait a minute...what? The republican party isn't supporting the republican candidate?

Oh, comrade, Imam Obama, you have truly. messed. these. dudes. up. All their base are belong to you. Republicans, take off every ZIG!!
Scozzafava can point to many other prominent conservatives who support her bid—including former House Speaker Newt Gingrich
Oh. Darn. Got a little crazy there ourselves we guess. Well, leave it to the Newtster to bring sanity back to the process. Too bad Chairman O. Try again if you dare. Newt's republican mojo cannot be defeated.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, who came under fire from some conservatives for endorsing Dede Scozzafava in next week's special Congressional election in New York, is now backing Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman.
BWAHAHAHAHA!! You have no chance to survive make your time.


Anonymous said...

I hate politics. Someone is a transvestite and he is a Republican? In New York?
How about tons and tons of homosexuals screaming straight then doing a reversal and going Palin?
Better yet, let's talk about all the dummies who are right wing with zero reading habits and an international flair but sling a gun by their hips and say, I am a "woman"!
Let's face it. When it comes down to the "bolts and nuts", the men are all "pussies" and the women are all "butts".

Anonymous said...

Dede is somebody who could have truly provided "Hope" to a party on the absolute verge of self-destruction. Which would be absolutely fine with me, however, there are those in the American populations looking towards these "kind" of people to "help" them sort out what is most advantageous for a country involved in a global atmosphere because they sure do not understand it and know nothing beyond their state borders. Yet these are the very same "kind" of people who will betray these "poorer" subjects they pretend to represent because, once again, they are on the take, such as the Palins and the Rushes and all the extreme Right Wing phonies and big mouths and quite frankly, all the hypocrites preaching "God", and "Love" and "Prosperity" when , in fact, these are basically the same people they are screwing. No Health Reform is just about the meanest and vilest thing you can possibly do to a working man who "believes in you" and who is despised and manipulated by you, to merely get these extreme Right Wing Politicians what they, individually do want and demand. They have no care about lung cancers in West Virginia or the pollutions in the air in L.A from all the toxic gas emissions because, after all, this is what pays their salaries and keeps them there, and maintains this very "Power over the People". And , once again, it is cruel.
So, in other words, what I think I do see, is a gigantic and undeniable "Shame" in the extreme Right Wing agendas because, you have at your fingertips, people depending upon you and looking to you and expecting you to do "right" when all along, that is the last thing on your mind. Because, basically, you are all very and truly, "evil".

Anonymous said...

All I know is that Levi is blowing away any "credibility" (if you can even whisper that word,) regarding the extreme Right Wing politicians, and particularly, Sarah Palin.
He is the first one to admit that Sarah never made a meal for her own kids; that the children took care of each other and that she was more concerned about "just making money".
So, if I am a "little guy" trying to figure out who and what is going to help "me", am I thinking of some twit who needs to have a wardrobe make over of who knows how many hundreds of thousands of dollars (and illegally taken ), plus a sunroom and free plane rides for the kids?
One only needs to look at a straight talking teenager who merely saw what he saw and spoke what was witnessed. However, these poor, naive , extreme Right Wing people are so low on the totem pole, they can't even hear or see that. And these Extreme Right Wing Politicians even use that to boot up the banks.
It's called, "Capitalism" and at its finest.

Seeing Eye Chick said...

I wondered what was really go on. The original news stories seemed cryptic. Nice video btw.

As for Sarah and her absentee parenting skills, did she ever get the sacred clue phone?

Anonymous said...

You know, he almost had it "right".
Really. I mean, it was almost "there".
He actually, and maybe for the very first time, got the underlying message that just maybe, maybe, Dede could get it "right".
But what happened became, (and once again, ) the constant insult to the American people and it took another "right".
Don't know why.
Don't know how .
But it happened.
And such a gigantic opportunity ,( and once again,) lost.
Never thought I would ever in my entire life say this, but I almost , truly, respected you.