Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Just how stupid do you have to be to be a Republican? Global Currency, Michele Bachmann, Glenn Beck, Mary Fallin and GOP SOS Budget.


I don't know? Is it just a tenuous grasp of reality or is is just plain stupidity? Paranoia? Persecution complex? Superiority complex? Having Jesus talking in their heads 24 hours a day? The Right Wing Propaganda Machine? Analytically challenged? Greedy? No, that one's a gimme.
I mean just what is it that makes Republicans/Conservatives the way they are?
I sure as hell don't know. But I do know that there's plenty of evidence that something's wrong with them.
Just one example is Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN). She appeared on Glenn Beck's Paranoid r' Us show to brag about the great job that she's doing in stopping America's rush into the One World Currency crisis that is currently sweeping Right Wing Fantasy Land.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) appeared on Glenn Beck's TV show yesterday, to talk up her proposed constitutional amendment to stop the Obama administration from replacing the dollar with a global currency:
Bachmann boasted that she's picked up 30 cosponsors so far, to which Beck replied: "I can't believe that you've only got 30 cosponsors. I mean -- how is it you could walk around going, "I just -- this is just, hey, save the dollar.' And only 30 people are willing to say, 'Eh that sounds like a good thing, let's give that a shot.'"
OK, we have two supposedly educated adults here talking about something that's not even real. And to top it off, Bachmann has convinced 30 other supposedly educated adults to put their names on a public document to stop something that there's no such thing as.
What's even more amazing is that these indredibly, gullible freaks of nature have their own following of even more incredibly, gullible freaks who think that the rest of us who don't believe the crazy crap are stupid. And this is how the GOP and their base make fantasy policy.
The 30 genii that cosponsered Bachmann's "I'm so damned dumb that I don't know what's real" constitutional amendment proposal are: Whacked out nut jobs, I mean, are:
Todd Akin (R-MO), Spencer Bachus (R-AL), Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD), Judy Biggert (R-IL), Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Paul Broun (R-GA), Henry Brown (R-SC), Dan Burton (R-IN), Michael Conaway (R-TX), John Culberson (R-TX), Mary Fallin (R-OK), John Fleming (R-LA), Virginia Foxx (R-NC), Phil Gingrey (R-GA), Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Jeb Hensarling (R-TX), Darrell Issa (R-CA), Walter Jones (R-NC), Steve King (R-IA), Mark Kirk (R-IL), Doug Lamborn (R-CO), Tom McClintock (R-CA), Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI), Ron Paul (R-TX), Joseph Pitts (R-PA), Bill Posey (R-FL), Tom Price (R-GA), David Roe (R-TN), John Shadegg (R-AZ), Glenn Thompson (R-PA), Zach Wamp (R-TN)
Now think about it. Wanting to amend the Constitution to prevent something that's not real from happening.
Oh yeah, Oklahoma's own Mary Fallin is a typical family values Republican. In 1998, in typical Oklahoma politics fashion Mary's state trooper bodyguard resigned after admitting to "unprofessional conduct”, but it had nothing to do with making the animal with two backs. Wink, wink, nod, nod. There was nothing more than a little hand holding and kissing, you know, like friends do. I never realized that the Republicans were such a friendly bunch.
Meanwhile Oklahoma's holier than thou Republican Governor Frank A. Keating who at the time was railing against Bill Clinton's "unprofessional conduct", said nothing. There's nothing quite like living in a Red State.
Back in the real world, the GOP trotted out their tired old sow and put some new lipstick on it and called it their budget plan today.
Later

4 comments:

  1. Most of the things the Republicans spend their time fighting against don't exist, so the Republicans are either outright delusional or just being overly cautious and are taking no chances. Either way, you won't be able to persuade them with the facts. lol. That being what it is, never let it be said FUX News Channel won't give a platform to some batshit crazy person to spew some nutty conspiracy theory as fact, usually with no evidence other than the guest's word on it. I love FUX News! LOL

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  4. I think it may be same thing the drives the pious to baptize society in their ideals: Fear.

    Cowardice is the true virtue of conservatives. Fear of everything they don't understand; they prefer to attack the unknown than...anything else. You know. Just in case. If it makes your head hurt, its satan's fault...

    The problem...is this tactic has "worked" for our species a long time; it has enabled us to thrive. So It's in the genes, it's plain instinct to react to issues the way red-state populations do because they are bred that way.

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I did not mean that Conservatives are generally stupid; I meant, that stupid persons are generally Conservative. I believe that to be so obvious and undeniable a fact that I hardly think any hon. Gentleman will question it.

John Stuart Mill (May 20 1806 – May 8 1873)