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20 October 2010

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Norman Rogers

It's anti-intellectualism, and it is the cancer that is eating away what few things still work.

This notion that we should not vote "because it encourages the bastards" ignores the fact that by not voting we end up with the candidate who has the most corrupt GOTV machine in place.

I. for one, think we've had enough of the Chicago way of doing politics. But, by all means, don't vote, don't think, don't engage and see what square that lands you upon.

There was a time when a seat in the United States Senate actually meant something. That this woman is standing for a seat in the Senate is a farce beyond contemplating.

Fred

Cute? If all you care about is a female body. She reminds me of Zaphod Bebblebrox from the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, her job (like the other tea bag candidates) is not to weild power, but to distract attention away from those who do. See Walrus' comments above relative to who has the power. Now if I could just find a good a place that could make me a Pan Galatic Gargleblaster...

s nadh

O'Donnell reminds me of Sara Rue as the Attorney General in Idiocracy. "Funbags" indeed. Then there's the Mama Grizzly too. Chris Judge may be this generation's Nostradamus.

rjj
There was a time when a seat in the United States Senate actually meant something. That this woman is standing for a seat in the Senate is a farce beyond contemplating.


Remember Caligula's horse?

A fitting term for these clowns might be Incitata/Incitatus candidates -- after same.

Charles

Cuter than Ted Kennedy and never killed anyone, but she will surely destroy the decorum of the Senate.

Carl O.

One way the financier interests protect their control over our institutions of government is to create a pseudo-opposition movement that claims to be protecting the Constitution and put personalities in front of it that haven't even read the document, much less studied its history.

Matthew

It's our great fortune that the Constitution was drafted in 1787, not 1807. It's the ultimate Enlightment Document.

Adam L Silverman

This is pretty close to being the best O'Donnell parody I've seen:
http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/archives/2010/10/elvira_mistress_of_the_dark.php?ref=fpblg

Hat tip to Zandar:
http://zandarvts.blogspot.com/2010/10/epic-which-would-be-witch-is-which-win.html

Bobo

Well lets all hope our economy gets better soon so the volatile anger eases as people get back to work and stop giving these UFO candidates a soapbox.

Rider

"She doesn't seem to have known or to accept that the first amendment erected an absolute barrier between government and religion."

Clarence Thomas, apparently our first Tea Party Supreme Court justice, is reported to hold that just because the first amendment says "Congress shall make no law establishing religion" that doesn't mean the states don't have the right to do that.

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