Talibuddy Exhibiting Early Onset Alzheimers and Babbling Incoherently
Anyone who heard Senator Scott ‘Talibuddy’ Brown (R-Raytheon) speak during his special-election campaign can testify that he is as dumb as a bag of donkey shit though at least coherent enough to say things like, “Me Brown. Me drive truck. Me go putt putt putt.”
It was enough to get this favorite son of the teabaggers a part-time job in Washington, DC occupying dead Senator Ted Kennedy’s seat where he shouts, “Me Brown. Me go ‘no! No! Noooooo!’ ”
Brown’s election only affirms the old aphorism. Special elections are like the Special Olympics: all the retards get a juice box and one actually wins, in the case of Massachusetts’ senatorial race, the Talibuddy did, with the dedicated work of his fucking retard teabagger battalions.
The trouble is, Stinquers, the entertainment value of a neonazi retard is rather limited in that this careening Alzheimer’s victim has a sometimes useful, sometimes crucial senatorial vote at his disposal. Not more than weeks into his term, Talibuddy started melting down mentally, exhibiting senescence associated with guys 60 years his senior.
Let’s look at the evidence:
In an interview before the April 15 tax deadline, a Boston Globe reporter quizzed the Talibuddy about the financial industry reform legislation being worked in committee and he went off like a petulant old geezer on the city council who was being berated to make a decision about what colors to paint the phone booths in town.
On Face the Nation, the Talibuddy forgot that he’d voted for a jobs bill in February. The Boston Herald interrogated the program transcript and pointed out the failed porn star’s frightening loss of memory.
On Face the Nation, Talibuddy said, “Since I’ve been here, I’ve heard zero talk about jobs. So, I’ll let– leave that up to the political pundits, but I know from what I’ve seen that we need to focus on jobs and the President should start to do so.”
“I came to Washington to be an independent voice, to put politics aside, and to do everything in my power to help create jobs for Massachusetts families,” Brown said in a statement. “This Senate jobs bill is not perfect. I wish the tax cuts were deeper and broader, but I voted for it because it contains measures that will help put people back to work.”