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Monday, October 11, 2010

That damned Desperation

What's Mallard raving about today?

Democrats, Teabaggers.

I will stipulate to the fact that Democrats are growing desperate.

Mallard's desperate attempt to suggest equivalence between race-based Teabagger conspiracy theories and Democrats pointing out Teabagger race-based conspiracy theories, however, is laughable.

9 comments:

Tog said...

Uh-huh. Batshit doesn't say word one about the Birther wackos all this time--except to pretend that they and their fellow teabaggers are just little old ladies who don't want to be put to death by Obamacare--and now he wants to slap Birtherism on the Democrats?

...WHO's desperate?

Faster, Harder, More Challenging GeoX said...

I demand that Tinsley denounce his fellow republicans who are not-so-crypto racist birthers.

Oh, wait, unlike the Muslims who are REQUIRED to spend all their time in a frenzy of denouncing, Tinsley isn't required to denounce anyone ever, besides which, of course, even if Tinsley isn't technically a birther, he sure doesn't have any problems with them as long as they can provide electoral advantage.

How nice to be so goldang principled.

Kip W said...

There's never a label around when you need one.

exanonymous said...

Umm, that Democrat is clearly employing some level of sarcasm and humor. Guess it goes right over Mallard's head because he thinks "born in Kenya" is still a legitimate protest.

rewinn said...

While the Tea Party was not born in Kenya, some of the funding of its supporters comes from Bahrain, China, India, etc ... thanks to the GOP's blocking the DISCLOSE Act, and the Supreme Corporate's "Citizens United" decision, we can't find out how much. But the Chamber of Commerce has confessed to receiving foreign money from "AmChans"; it merely protests that it's magically keeping that money from its political advertizing budget.

Hey Tinshley - how do you like being sold to the Muslims by your corporate owners?

Anonymous said...

this is so similar so when the Fox Lies channel ran a story on the misdoings of a Republican congress-creature... but put a D next to his name.
No matter how bad and corrupt the Dems are, at least their political messages are somewhat truth based, while The Reps have nothing but lies, fear and misdirection.

Frank Stone said...

Wow -- once again, Brucie tells the truth without meaning to. In this case, admitting that accusations of being "born in Kenya" are desperate. Keep this up, pal, and pretty soon you'll acknowledge something truly significant about how inhuman the modern GOP is, and your poor fans (both of them) won't know WHAT to think.

Rick said...
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Anonymous said...

I almost smiled.

On a darker note, he's going to be utterly insufferable if November turns out as currently expected.