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February 11th, 2017 — Dan Lederman, Republicans, RNC, South Dakotans
Hey South Dakota, this Jew’s for you!
Am I the only one to find it a bit ironic that the right-winger Christians in the SD GOP hire a Jewish Iowa businessman who lobbies for Muslim Arabs to lead the party?
And you wonder why the party has been destroying our state for the past 40 years. Because it’s leadership is so out of touch they don’t give a rat’s ass about the average hardworking South Dakotan.
July 8th, 2010 — Governor Moose Drool, Michael Steele, RNC
While I think Michael Steele is a gigantic idiot (gigantic) I think Palin as the new RNC chair would be the biggest gift to Democrats since she f’d up McCain’s nomination for president. Please, Please, Please, appoint her!
Notice that Democrats are mysteriously silent about it . . . because behind the scenes they are either drooling about the possible appointment or laughing their asses off, or both.
Some conservatives may want Sarah Palin to take over the role of chairman of the Republican National Committee from Michael Steele, but chances are slim the high-priced speech-maker would want it.
November 2nd, 2009 — RNC
I may be a Republican, but I’m not freaking stupid
Tomorrow night is election night for several states. Maine and Washington state have domestic partnership and gay marriage amendments going on and there is a couple governor races going on, but the most interesting race is in New York’s 23rd district (where a Democrat hasn’t won in like, oh, 160 years), and on the eve of that election this interesting twist;
It’s official. In a statement released to the Watertown Daily Times, Dede Scozzafava urging her supporters to support her former Democratic opponent over de facto Republican candidate Doug Hoffman, who she declined to mention.
Even a Republican realizes the conservative teabaggers are f’ing crazy! Go figure.
June 18th, 2009 — Republicans, RNC
April 30th, 2009 — Cartoon, Republicans, RNC
April 28th, 2009 — RNC
The RNC has officially imploded!
I need to follow these politics more. I wonder if Meghan McCain is next?
Pennsylvania Sen. Arlen Specter will switch his party affiliation from Republican to Democrat and announced today that he will run in 2010 as a Democrat, according to a statement he released this morning.
Specter’s decision would give Democrats a 60 seat filibuster proof majority in the Senate assuming Democrat Al Franken is eventually sworn in as the next Senator from Minnesota. (Former Sen. Norm Coleman is appealing Franken’s victory in the state Supreme Court.)
I’m not even gonna turn on FOX News today, there is probably so many heads exploding over there, the set looks like the aftermath of Hiroshima.
Looks like Franken better turn the heat up.
April 11th, 2009 — Neo-cons, Republicans, RNC, Sheep
April 3rd, 2009 — Republicans, RNC, RUSH
Would you give this face an anal lick?
Funny that a guy who takes Viagra on an all men’s golfing trip would want to warn the British Prime Minister about the dangers of anal licking and sex. Do you know something we don’t Rush?
Limbaugh: The slobbering, the slobbering, this guy folks— I’m telling you. If he keeps this up throughout the G-20, Gordon Brown will come down with anal poisoning and may die from it.
Keep digging that hole, GOP.
March 18th, 2009 — Republicans, RNC
I have been becoming more enthralled with Ms. McCain these days. I enjoy reading her columns about politics and if there is ever a rising star in the party, it’s not that hillbilly Palin, but it’s Meghan. She is critical of her party because she wants them to change. A word that makes any old school Republican shake with convulsions. Like most libs, I would love to see the party disappear but I do think the wiser move would be to change, as Meghan has suggested.
What do I think can change the RNC? Make Meghan chair. She’s not afraid to speak her mind, she’s young and energetic, and she gets along with democrats. She also thinks the RNC should ditch the ways of the old; for instance use the internets more, steer away from divisive social issues like abortion, gay marriage and evangelicals. She also is a strong advocate of supporting women in the party.
I think if the old party faithful don’t change their ways, they will end up with no party at all or a breakaway moderate party lead by McCain.
She may be just a young whipper snapper, but if Republicans aren’t listening to what she is suggesting you’ll be history by 2010.
March 12th, 2009 — Republicans, RNC