Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Conservatives: Is There a Rosetta Stone for Crazy?

Clarence Thomas celebrated his 5th anniversary of not speaking during a court argument.  According to The Week over the course of these five years, he has offered up the following reasons: 1) Being self-conscious about his accent; 2) Feeling that the bench already asks enough questions; 3) Thinking that another justice will inevitably ask any question he might pose; 4) Believing that he learns more by listening than by talking; and 5) Feeling that it's "counterproductive" to interrupt lawyers in the middle of their arguments.   I wonder if this condition is contagious to other conservatives.
Michelle Bachmann: “Our Peace Prize-winning president is very busy bowing these days to kings. He is bending down to dictators, and he is brown-nosing the elites that are in Europe, and he's babying the jihadists who are following Sharia-compliant terrorism. He is callow and confused and inconsistent in his response to the Egyptian crisis, and to the uprisings in Iran, and to the terrorist threats…And he's accomplishing something nobody thought even possible: He's making Jimmy Carter look like a Rambo tough-guy.”  Is there a Rosetta Stone for Crazy?
Rush Limbaugh attacks Michelle Obama because she eats ribs?  Good one.  Oxy addicts who live in meth houses shouldn’t throw stoners.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker on abortion: “I am 100% pro-life and believe in protecting life from conception to natural death. As governor, I will protect the sanctity of all human life.”  Mr. Walker wants to crush organized labor on behalf of his masters the Koch Brothers and feels a woman should bear the brunt of a pregnancy from rape or incest.  This guy isn’t from the 1950’s, he’s from the 1920’s. 
Arizona Representative Steve Montenegro is sponsoring a bill that it makes it illegal to perform an abortion based on gender or race of the fetus.  Is that a problem in Arizona?  Well according to Montenegro, there was an article in the Economist that documenting the anti-female “gender-cide” practice of aborting female babies and he also referenced a Planned Parenthood article stating that 42% of black babies are aborted.  Mr. Montenegro did not disclose that the Economist article was referring to China and India and when pressed for the details on the Planned Parenthood study he couldn’t deliver the report.  Montenegro went on to tell reporters that he was the mayor and was married to Morgan Fairchild…yeah that’s the ticket.
Conservatives…the golden goose of Diggapedia material.

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