There’s No Loser Like a Sore Loser

Our guest columnist is Pat Rogers, National Committeeman of the Republican Party of New Mexico.

Sent: Friday, June 08, 2012, 7:17 AM
From: Patrick J. Rogers
Subject: FW: New Mexico governor meets with American Indian leaders in tribal-state summit

Quislings, French surrender monkeys, secret supporters (all along) of JAJ.

The state is going to hell. Col. Weh would not have dishonored Col. Custer in this manner.

I hope who ever recommended this is required to read the entire redist transcript and sit through the entire meeting with the Gov.


1. Mr. Rogers is referring to an attached news story, which describes New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez attending a legally required annual meeting with tribal leaders.

2. We have no idea what JAJ refers to, unless Mr. Rogers dislikes boy-band heartthrob Joseph Adam Jonas.

3. Allen Weh was the Republican candidate for New Mexico governor in 2010, and had a role in the Bush-era U.S. Attorney firings.

4. The Battle of the Little Bighorn was fought on June 25 and 26, 1876, in Montana, against the Lakota, Northern Cheyenne and Arapaho, none of whom have a significant presence in New Mexico.

5. Custer lost.

RNC Official: N.M. Governor ‘Dishonored’ Gen. Custer By Meeting With American Indians [TPM]

Custer’s stupidity and arrogance dishonored Custer.
“There are not enough Indians in the world to defeat the Seventh Cavalry.”

Has the RNC handed out double doses of crazy pills to get everybody pepped up for the convention? Because there appears to be quite an outbreak of wingnuts saying what they actually believe lately…

I still can’t figure out what JAJ stands for, although given the tone of the message, I have a sneaking suspicion that one of the J’s is for Jewish.

Pampers Vitters… doing some sexy tweeting with a young lady according to Gawker.

The same Lt. Colonel Custer who ordered his subordinate Major Reno to fire into a then-peaceful Native American village, killing women and children, and then got himself offed when the Sioux etc warriors got upset about it? He’s not a hero around here.


Joel DiGrado, Vitter’s spokesman, told The Huffington Post that Vitter “never personally tweets — in fact, he doesn’t even have the Twitter account set up on his Blackberry.”

Wait–Sen. Pampers has a Blackberry? I guess he also updates his MySpace on it.

Custer was an incompetent ignorant fool. So I suppose he would qualify for teabagger hero status.

@ManchuCandidate and matador1015: I’m reading Gawker now. I must had forgotten that the hooker committed suicide. Or do we put ironic quotation marks around “committed suicide”?

@SanFranLefty: It was awfully convenient, but to suggest that Vitter or any of his supporters are competent to pull something like that off is a stretch.

@Dodgerblue: When I was preparing the online edition of the Oklahoma Encyclopedia, the editor had me put “Custer had it coming” in the metadata for his entry. Really my favorite thing about the whole project.

@Mistress Cynica: Excellent.

@matador1015: I have a Blackberry. Why? Ask my IT staff, I donno.

@Dodgerblue: When the Friends of Harry were installing Skynet earlier this summer, they both had Blackberries. But, they explained, they would soon be getting iPhones. Which makes me laugh when I read geek partisans claim that Apple has no hold on enterprise sales.

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