Little-Known Facts About Republicans

  • We swear to god it's real.Believe Obama doesn’t love America: 48%
  • Personally love only the white parts: 47%
  • Would shoot their dog if Glenn Beck told them to: 13%
  • Believe that 1 in 5 is higher than 1 in 3, and that 1 in 10 would be even higher: 71%
  • Dip: 27%
  • Have trouble distinguishing ass from hole in the ground: 33%
  • Secretly jealous of David Vitter: 47% (Louisiana only)
  • Consider the language option at ATMs a dire threat to the Republic: 37%
  • Would crucify Jesus if they didn’t know his name: 61%
  • Have a clue: Statistically insignificant
New Poll: 48% Of Republicans Say Obama Does Not Love America — 27% Say He Does [TPM]

David Vitter leads Charlie Melancon in latest poll on Senate race [Times-Picayune]

A premature celebration for the GOP [WaPo]


I misread that final link. I thought it said ‘A premature ejaculation for the GOP’. Which sounds kind of right.

First!!!11 Wootah!!!!! (kudos Catt)

Does happy dance. God, my life is sad!

To be fair, when a Republican speaks of “love of country” what he really means is pugilistic jingoism. The idea that one can love one’s country without simultaneously wanting to bomb everyone else into the stone age simply escapes them.

Thread related: on drive down this Sunday, local ‘gentleman’s club’ in Harrisburg was advertising an upcoming appearance by…..Stormy!! Blog may want to time that with his annual trip to the antique automobile museum, in Hershey.

@Serolf Divad:
It’s been that way since 1950 when the GOP started bleating about “Who Lost China?”

Before it was “We don’t want any of that furriner entanglements” which didn’t help during WW2 for some reason.

again, great pic but the back of the can explains a lot also.

how long do you think it will be before Whale Penis Leather catches on with the Republicans?

@The Nabisco Quiver are Go!:
another reason to take the Hershey Highway.

has anyone seen Where the Wild Things Are?
weird movie. not at all what I expected. not sure what I expected but it was not that strange depressing and sad movie.

@Capt Howdy: Trotsky had an armored vehicle? I guess he didn’t take it to Mexico.

@Dodgerblue: Hey fellow Legal Eagle, it’s stuff like this douchebaggery at BigLaw that make me so glad I don’t do it.

ADD: Did you see today’s Daily Journal? Is that settlement good or bad?

@SanFranLefty: I always thought that the legal profession was permanently ruined by the invention of the fax, and e-mail has only made it exponentially worse. The big question in my mind: why the hell were they faxing the draft of the letter instead of e-mailing it?
Glad I’m one of those”happy hippies” instead of a miserable, highly paid big firm lawyer.

@Mistress Cynica:
Yeah, that was the part of the story that didn’t make sense. And if this is so important, if there wasn’t a response to your email, why not call the associate and ask him over the phone?

People don’t last long at that particular firm, at least judging from the folks I know who have gone there (and quickly fled).

@Capt Howdy: I have no reason to feel an animus against Dave Eggers, and yet I do. I’ll end up seeing Wild Things sooner or later, but not without some distrust going in.

@Mistress Cynica: I have not read the article, but the fax, using telephone lines instead of the internet tubes, is if not actually, at least “legally” more secure.

@SanFranLefty: My God, that is one boring email. My eyes glazed over while trying to read it. You want me to check emails after 6 you pay me overtime.

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