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Media is unfair to Mitt!

Published September 25, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

So Mitt asks an innocent question:

Making post-fundraiser comments this weekend, presidential candidate Mitt Romney revealed a tenuous grip on the science of aviation, despite the fact that he and his wife, Ann, have been flying around the country this summer on the campaign trail.

After his wife’s plane was forced to make an emergency landing this weekend, Romney told the Los Angeles Times, he was worried for her safety. The candidate then continued on a bizarre tangent that showed just how little the Republican nominee understands about flight.

“I appreciate the fact that she is on the ground, safe and sound. And I don’t think she knows just how worried some of us were,” Romney told the paper. “When you have a fire in an aircraft, there’s no place to go, exactly.”

Romney said the biggest problem in a distressed aircraft is that “the windows don’t open. I don’t know why they don’t do that. It’s a real problem. So it’s very dangerous.”

Look, people can yuck it up all they want, but remember Mitt doesn’t fly coach!

And besides, they have the tackiest brand of mustard on commercial flights

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Take THAT Scientists!

Published September 11, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Ha! We are always hearing about evolution and the Big Bang. Well, how do you explain THIS, oh Satanic Scientists?

This galaxy is so large, so fully-formed, astronomers say it shouldn’t exist at all. It’s called a “grand-design” spiral galaxy, and unlike most galaxies of its kind, this one is old. Like, really, really old. According to a new study conducted by researchers using NASA’s Hubble Telescope, it dates back roughly 10.7-billion years — and that makes it the most ancient spiral galaxy we’ve ever discovered.
“The vast majority of old galaxies look like train wrecks,” said UCLA astrophysicist Alice Shapley in a press release. “Our first thought was, why is this one so different, and so beautiful?”

Shapley is co-author of the paper describing the discovery, which is published in the latest issue of Nature. She and her colleagues had been using Hubble to investigate some of our Universe’s most distant cosmic entities, but the discovery of BX442 — which is what they’ve dubbed the newfound galaxy — came as a huge surprise.

That’s right! Let’s follow the logic:

1. If the scientists have to modify an existing theory, then the theory must be completely wrong, ergo: JESUS!

Any questions?

First you allow gay marriage…

Published September 9, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

Who knows where the slippery slope leads to!

Ok, that is just a cartoon. But just look at what is happening in nature!

It is bad enough we see a toad trying to mate (get into amplexus) with a frog, but it turns out that both amphibians are MALE!!!!

See????

So there libs…see what gay marriage has lead to???

Hey Al Gore, I got your global warming right here!

Published February 11, 2012 by republicanfaithchat

So what do you have to say to THAT? Hmmmm?

Really, after 1990, we had 7 years in a row that were cooler, and after 1998 we had 4 years in a row that were cooler. What kind of global warming is that?

A true Republican would ignore socialist NASA and the socialist New York Times.

I admit that I don’t understand why they would run a image of the predicted Presidential Electoral College map in the science section.

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.