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Friday, January 27, 2012

Stating the Obvious


In an earlier time - before all the hippified 70's psychobabble people eliminated the word shame from the public vocabulary in this country - Americans would have felt embarrassed to have the world witness the insane clown car spectacle that is the Republican party - which is glaringly obvious even to outsiders, as witness Fidel Castro's observation this week:
The selection of a Republican candidate for the presidency of this globalized and expansive empire is — and I mean this seriously — the greatest competition of idiocy and ignorance that has ever been.


I couldn't have said it better myself.


Update:  Alan Grayson, former Democratic Congressman from Florida, as usual gets right to the point about Gingrich's racist campaign:




And the stats he presents here are both eye-opening as well as nauseating:

3 comments:

Grandmère Mimi said...

Gotta agree with Fidel. The original line-up was a laughing stock, and the four left are...what to call them? I'm left without words, except that it's obvious that Newt is rather blatantly appealing to the racists amongst us.

Trickle Down BS said...

How ironic that a megalomaniac, pompous tyrannical dictator on the left would even make any sense. Sadly, he does and he is right...it has been a circus without the flying trapeze and with the audience watching the clowns do their antics while eating each other alive.
That's ok because it has provided entertainment for the blood thirsty crowds and Fidel well knows the crowds demand entertainment in stadiums where lions eat people and people eat each other.
saludos,
raulito

Russ Manley said...

And the sad truth is that a dictatorship of the left is really not very different from a dictatorship of the right. Both suck big time.

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