Monday, November 10, 2008

My songbook don't got no "Kumbaya"

Good Morning: Here it is, the beginning of the first full week of the brand new era (let's hope it's at least as long as the "Permanent Republican Majority") of the sovietization of America. Well, no, it's not, really; but, that is the way the reichwing blogospewers are protraying it. President-elect Obama (as differentiated from Pretendsident-SELECT or Pretendsident-RIGGED Bushkins) has been given, in the words of a blogger elsewhere, "a -77 days 'honeymoon'". He is being vilified at least as viciously and loudly as Bill Clinton was from the day he won his first term. There is a call to join hands with the opposition and work together to pull this country out of the Bushcomire that it was driven into. This is all well and good. We should welcome, allow and encourage those genuine conservatives who want a stronger, safer, healthier and fairer america into the fold, so to speak. For those, however, who are filled with hatred and misdirected rage we need to exercise vigilance and remain ready to refute their lies. James Dobson, Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, Ann Coulter and the rest of that sick, twisted legion of perverts need to be shouted down at every opportunity. I have a new golden rule: Don't make nice with idiotic, hatefilled assholes. Keep your hearts, eyes and ears wide open.


Anonymous said...

Yep, I agree. This election was a repudiation of Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, Anne Coulter and the rest of the right-wing fringe. Well, that, and the utter, mind-numbing incompetence of the Bush Cabal.

Fran said...

I hope, I most sincerely hope that this will shake up the Republican party, and that the wingnut section will separate from the Republicans who have a brain, become their own psychotic party, and then we can really do wonderful things with this party.

The wingnuts can all move to either Alaska or Texas and secede, and we can put up a fence around THEM, far as I'm concerned.

democommie said...


"The wingnuts can all move to either Alaska or Texas and secede, and we can put up a fence around THEM, far as I'm concerned."

Yes. You need to take just a few lessons from counsellor von Ebers and you will be saying "ask me", just like he does. It's bad english, but great american.

my word verification is "war i m