Thursday, March 23, 2006

Don't Bring a Knife to a Gunfight

How's this for a quote from Baby Doc:

"I did notice that nobody from the Democrat Party has actually stood up and called for getting rid of the terrorist surveillance program. You know, if that's what they believe, if people in the party believe that, then they ought to stand up and say it."
They really do think we are morons. And we are acting like it. Where is the Democratic outrage at this pile of stinking dog shit? Who in the fuck ever said we should get rid of the surveillance program? This is how these slimy motherfuckers operate, and the sad excuse for a White House press pool, bunch of attention-whore slackers that they are, didn't even bother to call him on it.

Bartcop did though. Here's his suggestion as to something the Dems could say in response:
"Nobody from the GOP has actually stood up and called for the lynching of every black man in America. You know, if that's what they believe, if people in the GOP believe that, then they ought to stand up and say it. They ought to stand up and say, 'We're gonna hang every black man we can find. They ought to take their message to the people and say, vote for me.'
If that's what all Republicans believe, who don't they have the courage to say the words out loud?
But no, the weak-kneed sob sisters in my own party are too fucking scared to play by the same rules as the BFEE.

Don't bring a knife to a gunfight. That's what I say.

1 Comment:

CitizenKen said...

I don't know why the 4th estate continues to allow this administration to conflate spying on Al Queda with this blatently illegal program. One can postulate the existance of a "liberal media bias" only because this nation's intellectual capacity is defined by it's fundementalist Christian bent. We as a people have ample practice with believing ideas obviously, objectivly false. Perhaps Republicans should publicly state their beliefs, that they want a theocracy, that anyone not a Christian is not a citizen at heart, and deserves scrutiny, at least, not privacy. That is implyed in every defense of this program I hear.