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Huckabee, Akin: Please shut the H. E. “double hockey sticks” up!!!!

Published August 21, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

This situation is becoming more and more intolerable!

Yes, we needed votes to pass our tax cuts for ourselves; I get that. And yes, a moron vote counts the same as any other votes.

But do the “useful morons” have to make things more difficult than they have to be?

First we have Todd Akin shooting off his mouth about rape. Look, I don’t care what this clown actually believes; we need that vote in the Senate! But does he have to embarrass all of us in public like this?

Mitt is trying to do the right thing by asking him to quit the race.

But can our religious morons leave well enough alone? Oh noooooooo!

The hick from Arkansas (aka Mike Huckabee) has to go out and shoot HIS big trap about rape too.

What the heck is the matter with you Mr. Huckabee? Are you trying to turn our jewelry rattling wives off to our ticket?

Look, I really don’t mind it when you did your “get our idiots” to eat greasy fast food in the name of…well, not sure of what:

It gives the dummies something to do…and if enough of these fatties die early it might help out the Medicare situation.

Less talk about rape and more about tax cuts! Come ON people!!!!


Give it up Rick!

Published April 3, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Look Rick, you might appeal to the riff-raff that finds stuff like this appealing:

But ultimately, it is about tax breaks, and Mitt Romney knows what it means to really need that extra tax break!

Score One for the Serial Adulterer!

Published January 22, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

From CNN:

Columbia, South Carolina (CNN) — Newt Gingrich won Saturday’s South Carolina GOP presidential primary, marking a stunning turnaround for a candidate who finished fourth in Iowa and New Hampshire and whose campaign had been left for dead — again — by observers just weeks ago.

With about 95% of polling places reporting, Gingrich had 40% of the vote, with former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney getting 27% and former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum getting 17%. U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas had 13%. Based on early returns and exit polls, CNN projected Gingrich the winner.

So for the overall race for the Presidential nomination for God’s Own Party we have:
The Papist Hall Monitor: 1 (Iowa)
The Cultist: 1 (New Hampshire)
The Serial Adulterer: 1 (South of Carolina)

Who, oh who, will be the Anointed One?

What is troubling: why do southern states have such a large say? Really; we are talking about nominating someone who can not only beat Barack HUSSEIN Obama but also keep the prices of our stock portfolios high.

Why can’t the RNC make up some reason to strip the delegates away from the southern states and we just nominate who we want to? It will be no problem getting the South to vote with us in the general; we can plant some black guy in a Fox News press team and arrange for our chosen elected candidate to tell him off on national television. That will wrap up the southern states right there!

Blessed Be Kentucky and South Carolina

Published January 21, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Kentucky: now this one state that knows its priorities:

I’m going to be a contrarian here. I think the Kentucky legislature has made a perfectly sensible budget decision.

Here’s the deal: in the current budget, a couple of interesting decisions have been made.

Funding for K-12 education: -$50 million

Tax breaks for the Ark Park: +$43 million

Highway improvements for the Ark Park: +$11 million

See? Almost perfectly balanced: all the money handed over to creationists is taken away from education.

That’s right! Sure, you and I might want to send our off spring to Harvard Business School, but the local riff-raff has no need for “that there book-learning”. The Bible is all they need and the “Ark Park” will set them in the right direction!

Education for those who can afford it; that’s what I say.

Last Night’s Debate

I agree; our man, Willard “Mittens” Romney was terrible:

• I was astonished to wake up this morning and read, in this morning’s Wall Street Journal, this assessment of Romney’s performance: “Mitt Romney turned in one of his strongest debate performances, defending his business record and laying into President Barack Obama as aggressively as he has in any previous debate.”

I don’t know Journal writers Patrick O’Connor or Neil King, so I can’t say for sure if they were there last night, but if they were, were they watching the same event as the rest of us? I thought Romney was a disaster and last night very nearly achieved the impossible: sharing a stage with Newt Gingrich and looking like the bigger asshole.

To me, the exchange where he fell overboard mid-answer and had to ask moderator John King what the question was (“But you asked me an entirely different question?”) came close to being an Ed Muskie moment.

The most interesting part of seeing these guys up close is seeing the way people like Rick Santorum and Gingrich respond to Romney in person: They appear to find him physically repulsive, their noses even scrunching up at him when they address him, like cops opening up a trunk with a body in it. And I think it’s real, I don’t think it’s an act. Romney is so totally insincere and calculating and soulless, it physically offends other politicians. It’s incredible to watch.

Of course, it was Newt “the serial adulterer” Gingrich that dropped the biggest bombs and spewed the most (righteous) venom.

And don’t worry, for all of his populist rhetoric (aka “yak-yak”), he is really one of us:

The first implication here is that elites are liberals, not men like Gingrich — whose net worth The Los Angeles Times has estimated to be $6.7 million, who was a history professor, who was paid $1.6 million dollars by Freddie Mac for “advice,” and who had a half million dollar line of credit at Tiffany’s.

If Gingrich isn’t among America’s elite, the word no longer has meaning.

Even the socialistic New York Times knows this! Who cares what our riff-raff the social conservatives think.

Return from God’s Country….

Published January 11, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Well, it appears that Willard “Mittens” Romeny won the New Hampshire Republican primary; he has about 37 percent of the vote. He leads the Crazy Old Man (Ron Paul) who got 23 percent and the Democrat (Jon Huntsman) who got 17. The Papist and the Adulterer are tied at 10 apiece and the Lush got 1 percent.

I was on the road using the socialist Interstate Highway System and was in the old Confederacy for a while. We have to do something about allocating the highway lanes; it just isn’t right that people who pay taxes on 100K or more a year have to share lanes with people who are too poor to put a proper muffler on their vehicles. Perhaps we should get special license plates that allow us “real Republican” lanes to use or something.

Nevertheless, I heard and saw some encouraging things.

The likely GOP likes to fire people!

Sure, technically this isn’t as good as it sounds; he was talking about people having the right to switch insurance plans if they don’t like the service that they are getting. Of course, one only needs insurance if one is sick and too poor to pay out of pocket and if you are in that category, no one is going to insure you anyway…but really, most insurance bills are less than 30K and who cares for people too poor to afford a 30K medical bill?

Now back to my Southern trip: Yeah, I needed to get extra shots:

But I saw something very encouraging:

Yeah, this was a Western Sizzling and who really needs to eat cheap meat and dried out stuff in the “buffet” selection? But I love it that they are encouraging the poors (and non-rich) to Love the Lord! Church is good….and the non-Episcopalians need somewhere to eat. And the more places that encourage the fatties and their squalling brats (aka Southern Baptists)to patronize them, the less likely I am going to have to be around them.