Another GOP Tantrum

Got my RedState Morning Briefing this a.m., and what did I find? Another instance of Erick Erickson urging the wingnuts to send stupid shit to a Congressman:

We can’t Bart Stupak go [sic] without a parting gift. Judas, after all, got 30 silver coins to sell out our Lord. Stupak needs something for selling out all the children sent off to be slaughtered thanks to his “compromise” that any President can pen away to oblivion – notwithstanding the questionable legal assumptions behind it.

Let’s send him 100 silver coins. It’s only a $4.00 investment on your part.

Another GOP tantrum … I love to watch them stomp their feet and scream ….

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Why do I get the feeling he gets a kickback from the companies he’s directing the nutters to?

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Like w/ Freedomworks, palms are getting greased, in my opinion.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Because Glen Beck gets a kickback from the gold coin companies to urge his listeners to buy gold?

@blogenfreude: Probably with copious amounts of Crisco and all the fried twinkies on a stick that fat fuck can eat.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ: Eh, before I make a fat joke, I’d make an ignorant joke. Like Judas got just 30 pieces of silver … couldn’t capitalist Erickson negotiate with the tchotke company to get his readers 30 pieces for 2 bucks? Another shonda!!

I LOLd at the linked article – he ordered his minions to send rubber balls to McConnell, and only 200 showed up? Sounds like somebody’s got a severe case of USI…

And this is the fucking genius of conservative thought that CNN brought onto its programs as a guest analyst? Why not Hal Turner or the Three Stooges?

“OK, here’s the plan – we’ll take back the county by having 3,100 county coordinators, who will then recruit 35,000 precinct committeemen . . . ”

Actual quote:

Our Platform – “The Constitution”, there is no need to discuss health care, education, income tax, gun control, free speech, abortion, liberalism, conservatism, etc and the almost 600 illegal departments and all of their administrative laws because they are all “unconstitutional” and therefore all need to be abolished. The Federal government simply has no power to create or fund any of these illegal institutions, nor make any legislation to suppress “the peoples right to decide for themselves on these issues personally”.

http://www.takebacktherepublic.net/mission

@redmanlaw:

Wow. Just…wow.

The constitution is simply the codification of the process by which we decide upon these things, and through which laws are made. We don’t decide them personally because they aren’t personal issues.

Oh please, God, I have been so good for so long…let John Boehner and Michael Steele pick this up and run with it. Please.

@redmanlaw:

Wow. That’s an extra-large dose of retarded over there. They’re so non-partisan that they waited an extra 6(!) days after the inauguration of a black Democrat as President to start their sedition site! (domain registered 1/26/2010)

Favorite quote:

“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free… it expects what never was and never will be.” [Thomas Jefferson]

Yes. Yes it does. Thus I give you the teabaggers. :)

GOP 2010/12 campaign poster:

Freedom = Rescission

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