Life provides some tasty moments, even in lean and hopeless times: delicious little bonbons like the news that the Romney campaign had to borrow $20 million last month and is still $11 million in the hole. Of course that wouldn't have happened if it weren't for that socialist Obama. Say, maybe he can pay off that debt by cutting costs and quitting now! Nah, he'll have to raise some revenue by going after the very, very, very rich. Irony is sweeter than Tupelo honey.
it's the disconnect, the discontinuity at the interface between reality
and the wild and hyperbolic hurricane of principle and theory and
doctrine and ad hoc explanations that makes these things so sticky,
I had to laugh today at a newspaper comic strip
called Mallard Fillmore that illustrates that discontinuity; bashing
Obama and Liberals and free thinkers so desperately, it's obvious that
Bruce Tinsley the perpetrator, has long since run out past the
boundaries of the real into a world of his own where Obama is falling in
the polls and Tinsley has some far better alternative to offer, but
Hey, I'm four years older than I was four years ago. Damn those Liberals!
sorry Tinsley, you never were funny. Bitter, angry and a bit delusional
and really a bit pathetic certainly. You've been very wrong for a very
long time and you need to recognize it. You get printed so that the
papers can pretend to be balanced, so that their corporate owners can be
told that their viewpoints are being served and so that the barrel
scrapings, the scab picking, booger eating, shack dwelling, debt ridden
98 IQ dregs of hung over humanity might buy an occasional paper and find
something they have the vocabulary to read and feel good about
themselves that they too can hate that Damned Obama just like you -- find an anger bigger than their own to unite behind.