Monday, February 29, 2016

Why We Can't Have Nice Things


Because at some point Conservatives stopped noticing or caring that the demented slander they make up to scam their meatheads followers are actually lies.



12 comments:

bowtiejack said...

Words literally actually fail me for this nonsense.
I know we make fun of them, but they really are dangerously delusional.

Chan Kobun said...

Worth noting that Frau Ingraham seems to know who she's REALLY backing: https://twitter.com/ChrisWarcraft/status/704508982325424128

Redhand said...

Laura Ingraham: so twisted with hate that she hasn't been able to think coherently for quite some time now. She's a worthy competitor to Ann Coulter in the batshit crazy female Repub commentator arena. Cry me a river honey, but don't rend your garments so much that you become a public embarrassment. Please spare us any wardrobe malfunctions caused by your overwhelming grief.

Robt said...

Why we can't ave nice things you ask?

It seems MSNBC was hanging out at Ted Cruz's garbage dumpster. Waiting for something to pull out before it burned up.

When your a lout fires you for being a creep who got caught lying and made you look bad.

You get a gig with MSNBC. Because at MSNBC, they did a study, the same type of study the GOP Congress did in regards to their duty of advice and consent.
MSNBC came to the conclusion that their viewers want to listen to Rick Tyler because.......?

Here is what I mean;
Rick Tyler, the former Ted Cruz campaign spokesman who was fired this week for circulating a fake story about Marco Rubio, announced Friday that he has been hired as a contributor for MSNBC.

Mr. Tyler will make his first appearance Friday at 5 p.m. ET on “Meet the Press Daily,”

Smut Clyde said...

No-one wants to leave it too late to cozy up to Trump and be a March Violet.

Neo Tuxedo said...

"But you've taken a new tack, Martha, over the past couple of centuries -- or however long it's been I've lived in this house with you -- that makes it just too much... too much. I don't mind your dirty underthings in public... well, I do mind, but I've reconciled myself to that... but you've moved bag and baggage into your own fantasy world now, and you've started playing variations on your own distortions, and, as a result..."
"Nuts!"
-- George and Martha. Sad, sad, sad.

Habitat Vic said...

Chan Kobun: Sorry to be the grammar police, however...

The proper usage is "Frau Ingraham (sound of frightened horses neighing)" as it also would be for "Frau" + Coulter/Bachman/Palin/etc. So many frightening wingnut females, one loses track.

Ivory Bill Woodpecker said...

"Because at some point Conservatives stopped noticing or caring that the demented slander they make up to scam their meatheads followers are actually lies."

If I may invoke "Godwin Schmodwin" again:

One of the many reasons the Axis Powers lost WW2 is that their early successes--due less to their own strengths than to initial Allied ineptitude--helped to cause many of their bigwigs to start believing their own propaganda about their invincibility. The Japanese, at least, later recognized this critical mistake, calling it "Victory Disease".

RUKidding said...

Maybe Dame Pegginton Noonan can share some of her ketamine cocktails with Fraus Ingraham and Coulter. It might smooth out some of the worst of their shrieking batsh*t harpy edges. Of course, they'll still all whine about how the lower orders ain't what they used ta be.

keith gargus said...

Ingraham really wrote that? Really? That beast is unconscious.

Chan Kobun said...

The horses are implied.

lostnacfgop said...

What planet is Laura from, and for Beldar's sake will they please take her back?