A liberal friend recently asked me if I had a favorite GOP candidate for president (I don't at the moment), and then added, before I could answer, that he hopes it's not "Bauchman."
I've been doing this stuff long enough to know that when names escape a critic, actual facts aren't far behind.
I don't want to be too unfair about the spelling, I once left off the second "n" from Bachmann's name, but it's an interesting habit of liberals that their disdain (to put it nicely) for a conservative is directly proportional to how capable they are of spelling correctly, or even just getting that conservatives name right at all.
In college, knew a self-described socialist who absolutely could not stand "that tall blond woman...I think her name is Sharon." (Ann Coulter...I can't believe I remember that the guy called her Sharon)
I had a friend years ago who did stand-up comedy that blasted Bush, and they guy could barely name the Vice President, forget about the rest of the cabinet.
Even after electing a man who makes William Henry Harrison look like the best president ever, liberals continue to insist they're the smartest man in the room when they can't even demonstrate that they know who they're talking about...much less what.
I asked my friend for why he specifically dislikes Bachmann, he didn't seem to have a real reason. He also couldn't tell me how he came to the conclusion that she was a "more terrifying Palin" (or he was afraid to tell me that it was because The Daily Show said so), but I'm sure that her NewsWEAK cover didn't help
But like Jodi says in today's Newsbusted....
The eyes have it in Iowa.
Here is the latest gem of wisdom from DNC Debbie Wasserman Scultz, the same woman who said Obama turned the economy around...
"The president is in actually remarkably good shape given that he is still struggling to help pull our economy out of the Republican recession that he inherited. His numbers are still strong; he still has widespread support," Wasserman Schultz responded. "If anyone is in trouble, it is the Republican Party..."
"Right now, they have a collection of candidates for president who are busy trying to out-right wing each other," Wasserman Schultz said of the GOP field. "Essentially they are all so similar that they might as well be Legos, they are that interchangeable."
From CBS News
Has this woman ever been to a Lego store? What's so "interchangeable" about the Legos that built all of these...
So, basically, Legos are awesome, and her comparison isn't really all that off the mark.
Especially that last one. That's right libs, Legos can be used to make the Mona Lisa. Unlike the skill set needed to become a Democratic nominee for President, this is something that takes talent. Also, the parts needed to make that happen are as interchangeable as...well...
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It's still not clear if "double dip" refers to something that can be purchased with them, or something that's encouraged to try to conserve how many food stamps are issued....because conservation is soooooo realistic for liberal welfare Santas.
There's that, and more from today's Newsbusted.
Wait, so liberalism isn't all tea and crumpets?
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