Thursday, February 14, 2013

SHOOT IT OUT, ON PAY-PER-VIEW



The Republicant civil war is Fun To Watch.  We luv it.  The Republicants know they can't beat Obama; he sticks it to them every time, so they've concluded that they'll have better luck fighting with each other.
Karl Rove, mastermind of the George Bush Jr legacy of unfinished wars, lying about non-existent weapons of mass destruction, huge deficits and running the American economy into the mud, is warring with some know-nothings in the Tea Party.  Rove wants Republicants to start nominating candidates who can actually WIN elections, rather than pasty faced olde guys who ramble on about what constitutes legitimate rape.  This has infuriated Republicants like recently defeated, dead beat dad Congressman Joe Walsh who said, "If Rove wants to fight for the soul of the Republican Party bring it on."
Wow.  Them's fightin' words. 
Luckily Wayne 'Call Me Crazy' LaPierre, mouthpiece for the gun and ammo industry, will be glad to sell weapons to both sides.  Rove and Walsh can shoot it out, on Pay-Per-View.  It's a perfect capitalist solution.  And it'll prove once and for all that the Republicant party doesn't have a soul.



Further proof of the Republicant's divided house was evident after the State of the Union address the other night. (In case you're interested the State of our Union is good.)
Marco 'I'm thirsty-o' Rubio was tapped by some high Republicant muck-i-mucks to give the OFFICIAL REPUBLICANT response to Obama's speech.  



But that wasn't enough for the Neanderthal wing of the party.



After Marco was finished drinking and putting viewers to sleep, Rand Paul – flat earth senator for Ken-tuck – took another bite at the apple.  Paul finished the insomnia cure started by his (not crazy enough for the Tea Party) brother -- Marco.



One speech from Obama – RECENTLY RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES BY MORE THAN 5 MILLION VOTES.
Yet TWO speeches by Republicants that most sane people have never heard of.  If the Republicants were smart, instead of forcing TWO speeches on us by not ready for prime time baby-faced senators, they'd have put NO ONE up against the Pres. 
(When's the last time anyone accused the current breed of Republicants of being smart?)

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