Thursday, January 12, 2012

Armageddon Outta Here!

The Newtster has just declared Armageddon in South Carolina, on Mitt Rawmoney and the rest of the pack of intellectual defectives in the 2012 GOP race for the White House.

And why shouldn't he? Newt already thinks he's god, and what good is being a god if you can't declare an Armageddon now and then?

It's going to be nothing but scorched earth from Newtie for the next two weeks or so, and to hell (literally) with anyone who stands in his way.

But you gotta ask yourself, if Rusty "I'm-Big-Fat-Drug-Addict" Limpdick, Rude-y "I-Have-No-Lips-But-I-Talk-Anyway" Giuliani , Ron "I'm-Not-A-Racist-No Really" Paul and the Print Propaganda Arm of the GOP, the semi-but-not-really-venerable Wall Street Journal all think you need to dial it down a little, shouldn't you even try to consider that advice?

Not to mention the storied Eleventh Commandment handed down on high from Saint Ronald (trailing clouds of glory, etc.) himself, "Thou shalt not speak ill of a fellow Republican" (never minding the fact that the sinless saint broke that commandment himself in his fruitless run against Gerald Ford in 1976, which many analysts say guaranteed the election of Democrat Jimmy Carter that year...).

Ah, politics. You gotta love it, especially when the Rethugs start doing what Democrats seemed to have had a virtual patent on for so many elections, which is lock and load and shoot blindly in a circular firing squad.

4 Comments:

Anthony Pitman said...

The teapublicans have created and perfected this negative, slash and burn campaign tactic and now that it's unleashed on them, oh the horror. Just tickles the hell out of me. Let em chop each other up. Dems can just save their money right now. The rethugs are chopping each other to pieces just fine. Bwahh.

Beach Bum said...

I love a good blood bath and hope Newt does not wimp out like some reports I read on Drudge earlier today.

The idea of having Mitt socially and politically sliced and eviscerated gives me a warm fuzzy.

BadTux said...

I heard Newt being interviewed on CNN Radio a couple of nights ago. He didn't sound like a politician looking for votes. He sounded like someone with a grudge engaged in a personal vendetta against Mitt Romney and to bleep with the vote, he just wants to take Mitt *down*.

The funny part is that I tried fact-checking some of the stuff in Newt's long campaign commercial about Romney, and... it checks out. WTF? A politician telling the truth? Next thing you know, cows will fly...

- Badtux the Popcorn-munchin' Penguin

Farnsworth68 said...

Thanks, guys. And BT, you know WASF when Republicans start telling the truth...
--The F Man