Monday, August 15, 2011

Check it out...

So... I hear that despite the voice of the people in Iowa, the Ayatollah Bin Bachmann is apparently not a factor in the Race for the GOP Nomination. It looks like it's Perry vs. Romney.  Actually, it's not surprising that the GOP would't blatantloy discout the will of the people, nor that they would marginalize one of there, given that she is of the fairer sex.

Anyway there was an interesting picture of Rick and Mitt there next to link on homepage that went to the article and it got me thinking...  I don't think The Separatist from Texas is any more electable than Loony Bin Bachman.  He might seem that way to the Right, given that Bachmann's an idiot and all. (Where do the Right find these bimbos, anyway? Palin, O'Donnell, Bachmann... I swear if my entire sample size of women came for those on the Right, I probably think all women were pretty fucking stupid as well!) But anyway... HERE's why I don't think General Robert E. Perry can win:

(And you're welcome to copy the picture but it's MINE, so make sure to let 'em know where you found it!)




























































OK, so the last one isn't really relevant. (Well, it is to OBAMA, but not to Perry.)  Anyway, strang how easy it was to connect one ignorant Texes shitheel to another. Thought I'd share.

Cheers!

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NOTE (added later, ~11:PM): So I'm checking back in and the ad-bot is showing ads for Rick Perry. *head-slap*

5 comments:

  1. If you ask me, I think Rick Perry somewhat resembles the actor who plays the President of the United States in the 1983 B-Movie starring Alan Arkin "The Return of Captain Invincible."

    http://www.themidnightreview.com/2011/08/rick-perry-enters-race-where-is-captain.html

    I also thought the song "Rick Perry" sings to be quite humorous, especially when thinking about his campaign.

    Also, if you happen to like campy superhero movies, cheesy music, Alan Arkin, or Christopher Lee, I suggest you watch this movie. It also features the music of the duo who brought us The Rocky Horror Picture Show.

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  2. Eddie;
    "The will of the people?" Please. You're talking about 4,000 BOUGHT votes,(about 2 city blocks in NYC) in an event which the Iowa Republican Party freely admits is nothing more than a fundraiser. When I said bought, that's exactly what I meant. The ballots cost $30.00, Bachmann bought 6,000, and some 4,000 ended up with her name on them. This charade deserves to be ignored.

    Don't ever make me defend Republicans again. }:>)

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  3. Kev,

    Tahnks for the tip, I'll have to check it out & Netflix it.


    Conch,

    LOL - What can I say? I'm on a roll. Yesterday I had T.Boone Slickens defending Bill Clinton on MMFA! You watch: By the end of the week, I'll have ClassicLiberal defending Obama! ROTFLMAO!

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  4. You watch: By the end of the week, I'll have ClassicLiberal defending Obama! ROTFLMAO!

    Don't hold your breath on that one. Funny presentation, anyway.

    Perry is just another fringe nutcase being treated as serious only because the press, at the moment, is declining to tell the public who he is. As Mark, over at News Corpse put it, "if there were any integrity in the press, Perry’s campaign wouldn’t last a week":
    http://www.newscorpse.com/ncWP/?p=5189

    He could become a serious competitor, or he could wash out really quickly.

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  5. Classic,

    Nope: not holding my breath! :)

    As for Perry & co., I call the above picture "two degrees of really stupid." And yeah, no one who's ever invoked seperatism or the Right of Secesion should ever be taken seriously again. Only on Fox, huh?

    WTF is wrong with these RW'ers? I though they were at least "Patriotic" or some such nonsense? The man openly spoke of secesion. That's treason. He should be SHOT, not put on television. (Unless it's to watch him get shot.) (OK, NO, not really. But can you IMAGINE if a Democrat had said what he did?!)

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