Monday, January 22, 2007

Could Brownback Be More Dimwitted?

Republican presidential hopeful Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS) said something so ridiculous yesterday on George Steph’s “This Week” TV show that I nearly choked on my coffee. Well, actually, Brownback said a few ridiculous things, but his stunner was that George W. Bush had wanted to do a whole host of wonderful socially conscious things during his presidency, but.... Are you ready for this? The reason George W. Bush could not carry out all his marvelous visionary programs for the folks in the United States of America was because “9/11 made George W. Bush a wartime president.” Yo, Sam, you ignorant Republican tool! First: the Republican Party wanted to do two things TO the American people not FOR the American people when it foisted George W. Bush on us in two fraudulent elections. Number One was to fuck the middle class six ways to Sunday and up the yazoo. and Number Two was to make all the rich Republicans in the United States richer. Second: George W. Bush and Company started an unnecessary illegal war in Iraq and that’s how the Little Fascist From Texas became a wartime president. Yo, Sam, you dumbass sycophantic toady! 9/11 was a terrorist act thought up and put into action by George W. Bush’s best buddies, the Saudis, on September 11th, 2001, and George W. Bush sat mute and stupid in a grade school for seven minutes after he was told about it. Yo, Sam, you moronic simpleton! The war in Iraq, which the folks in the White House Insane Asylum started on March 19, 2003, had nothing to do with the terrorist attack by Saudis on the World Trade Center. ABC News/Washington Post conducted a poll from January 16 to January 19, 2007 and only 1% of the people polled said they would vote for Brownback, which is no surprise. The Brownback name is not a household word. But God knows, Sam Brownback is uninformed, imbecilic and servile enough to be a perfect Republican candidate for president. However, he probably won’t be able to raise enough dough to beat Giuliani and McCain to the starting gate. Yo, Sam, don’t start thinking you aren’t in Kansas anymore. You are in Kansas. Stay there.

1 comment:

Barry Schwartz said...

A Florida classroom, you mean.

Joe Trippi on book tour says Newt Gingrich will get the nomination, which gives you an idea why Howard Dean let him go.