Posted by Darth Venomous @ 15:10
WBAP 820/96.7 has reported (and Fox News has confirmed) that Widdle Ricki Santorum has “suspended” his campaign.
Mittens the Rommerhoid wins.
I don’t vote in the presidential election.
And all you RINO pusstards who claim that I’m gonna help get Bambi re-elected – come say that to my face if you have the balls.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 8:30
It’s looking more & more like I won’t be casting a Presidential ballot in November.
As you all know, the Rommerhoid won Ill-noise – and though he didn’t garner 50 percent, it wasn’t really that close.
Rick Santorum today suggested it would be better to stick with President Obama over a candidate that might be “the Etch A Sketch candidate of the future” — a shot at chief rival Mitt Romney.
“You win by giving people the opportunity to see a different vision for our country, not someone who’s just going to be a little different than the person in there,” said Santorum. “If you’re going to be a little different, we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk with what may be the etch a sketch candidate of the future.”
It’s yet another “Booker T moment”: “He didn’t just say that. Tell me he didn’t just say that.”
Denizens, you heard it here first: Santorum is leading in Louisiana at the moment. If he manages to keep from screwing that one up, it’s still the last state he’s gonna win. If I’m Romney, every single commercial I run from now until Tampa Bay will have that quote in it.
Every. Single. One.
G’night, Ricky, thanks for playing.
(And for what it’s worth, I’m writing in Rick Perry – both in the primary & the general. Not that it’ll do any good, but still)
An old friend of ours here at the Realm, Robert Plett, would be shaking his head sadly at us and mouthing, “I told you so, I told you so…”
Don’t be surprised if we have a bona fide third party in 2013.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:06
This past week, Rush Limbaugh took 23-year-old-coed-cum-30-year-old-libtard-activist Sandra Fluke to task for daring to come before a group of Congresscritters and having the chutzpah to demand that we, the American taxpayers, give her and her fellow bimboids money to support their $1000-a-year sex habit.
Limbaugh called her – quite properly, I might add – a “slut” and a “prostitute”. And I say “quite properly” because that’s exactly what she is, by definition.
Today, Rush Limbaugh let down the conservative movement.
For over 20 years, I have illustrated the absurd with absurdity, three hours a day, five days a week. In this instance, I chose the wrong words in my analogy of the situation. I did not mean a personal attack on Ms. Fluke.
I think it is absolutely absurd that during these very serious political times, we are discussing personal sexual recreational activities before members of Congress. I personally do not agree that American citizens should pay for these social activities. What happened to personal responsibility and accountability? Where do we draw the line? If this is accepted as the norm, what will follow? Will we be debating if taxpayers should pay for new sneakers for all students that are interested in running to keep fit?In my monologue, I posited that it is not our business whatsoever to know what is going on in anyone’s bedroom nor do I think it is a topic that should reach a Presidential level.
My choice of words was not the best, and in the attempt to be humorous, I created a national stir. I sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for the insulting word choices.
And in issuing this apology, Rush Limbaugh has ruined everything he’d worked over 20 years to build. Limbaugh’s credibility, if you ask me – and you didn’t, not that I give a shit – is damaged beyond repair. The one thing you don’t ever do in this business is apologize to an enemy you may (or may not) have offended. Say what you mean, and mean what you say, and stand by it, and let the chips fall where they may.
Otherwise, why should anyone believe what you have to say going forward?
Limbaugh has committed what I consider to be a cardinal sin: He backed down. That makes him worthless to the conservative movement – and to me, as well.
And the more I think about it, the more I realize that it’s going to have ramifications for the Realm, as well.
Stay tuned. Barring a major change of mind, changes are coming to this blog.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 8:01
If I hadn’t seen this for myself, I don’t think I would have believed it.
And he’s accusing Widdle Ricky Santorum of conspiracy theories.
Words fail. Words. Just. Fail.
And yet the Ronulans, the Paultards, the Paul cult-of-personality fools, continue to support this son-of-a-bitch.
UPDATE: Don’t ask me how, but it looks like I posted the wrong video. Should be fixed now.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 20:48
Fox News (hack, spit) has called Arizona for the Rommerhoid, and is praying to Maitreya for him to win Michigan, as well.
Fuck you, Arizona. Then again, what can one expect from a bunch of fuckheads that keep sending Juanita McRINO back to the Imperial Socialist Senate?
I say again, and for the record – under no circumstances whatsoever will I vote for that turd for President.
UPDATE: And now Unfair & Unbalanced has called Mi-shit-gan for the Rommerhoid, as well.
I am now officially glad I drive a Hyundai. And even moreso that I didn’t buy the Mustang on which I’d had my eye.
And not to put too fine a point on it, Dee-troika – I bought this Hyundai from a Honda-Subaru dealership.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 8:25
So Mittens won Flor-i-duh. Emphasis on the duh.
Makes you start to think that maybe the Donks were right about that shithole of a state. Chalk up yet another reason, O fair Lady Spatula, why I wanted you out of there and up here with me in Texas in the first place. N’awlins isn’t the only place in the US where you can find putrid swamps.
Anyway, for a really good take on things (and this is a Homework Assignment), read Misha’s treatise here.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 9:08
Memo to Artur Davis of National Review Online:
Enter the last dream date that Republicans may have at their disposal. His name is Jeb Bush, and this time, there is a feasibility around the idea that seemed unthinkable months ago.
Oh, do go fuck yourself.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 8:57
(Hat tip: Allahpundit, via Fox News & Little Green Malkinballs)
Denizens, remember about six months ago when I declared Newt the Gingrinch’s presidential aspirations to be all but dead?
There’s an extremely maddening quality to Newt Gingrich: Every time he gets some momentum going and you think he might be an okay guy to vote for, he goes, sticks his size 13s in his mouth and makes you remember that he’s a libtard in RINO clothing.
Fox News poll: Gingrich 23, Romney 22, Cain 15
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 9:41
Being one who, heretofore, had been somewhat of a supporter of/identifier with the Tea Party, I was somewhat of a defender of one Christine O’Donnell, she of the witchcraft accusations of 2010.
Seriously. Let he whom has never absent-mindedly walked into the girls bathroom during “hah skrewl” (a little Rush lingo, there) chuck the first pebble, y’know? In fact, I’m willing to bet that those who screeched the loudest about the witchcraft thing had a Ouija board or two in their own closets growing up.
That said – eventually, give someone enough rope, they’re apt to hang themselves. Just as O’Donnell’s done by throwing her support to Mittens.
Christine O’ Donnell, the former Republican Senate candidate and a Tea Party favorite during the 2010 election, said in an exclusive interview with ABC News that she has not only given money to presidential candidate Mitt Romney but also says she doesn’t think he is “getting a fair shake” from those within her own movement.
Romney has so far been highly criticized by the Tea Party movement, who sent protestors to picket during his debut September Tea Party Express event.
Jerry DeLumus, the chairman of the Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC, told ABC News at the Concord, N.H., event that he believed Romney was using the flashy Tea Party Express bus as a “photo op” and not because he is actually aligned with tea party principles.
But O’Donnell, who struggled with her own fair share of bad press during her Senate campaign, told ABC News that she tends to “empathize” when she sees “Romney’s record being so obviously distorted and twisted.”
Lets recap: What Romney supported as Governor of Massachusetts:
1. Pro-abortion with full taxpayer funding.
2. Pro-state mandated healthcare.
3. Pro-government mandates in taxes and fees.
4. Pro-gay marriage; full-state sponsorship (1rst Governor).
5. Pro-transgendered education in public schools.
6. Pro-global warming caused by humans hysteria.
7. Pro-amnesty for illegal immigrants.
8. Anti-second Amendment.
9. Support of Ethanol Subsidies..
10. 75% of his Appointments were of Liberal Judges.
11. 47th state out of 50 in job creation.
12. Increased State spending 20.7% during his tenure.
13. Government employment grew 7.2% during his tenure.
14. Pro-Affirmative Action.
15. Romney will say whatever is necessary to get elected.
Among other things.
I hate to say it, but the establishment RINOs may have been nail-head, bang-on right about you, Esmerelda O’Donnell:
You’re a fuckin’ ditz.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 20:44
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie endorsed former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney in New Hampshire today, providing the frontrunner for the GOP presidential nomination with a boost on the verge of tonight’s New Hampshire debate.
Ex-sqeeze me? Baking powder?
No, all KrispyKreme Christie (stolen from Mark Levin – thanks!) did was show his fat leftard ass to the rest of the world. I mean, it’s not like we didn’t already know he was closer to Jim Corzine than Ronaldus Magnus, y’know?
In fact, if you ask me – and you didn’t – Governor KrispyKreme’s donning the kneepads for Mr. Ronmeycare is pretty much the Kiss Of Death, electorally speaking.
Perry may not win the nomination, thanks to Malicious Malkin and her rim-jobbing sycophants like Pasa-dipshit Phylicia. But it’s sure’s Hell not gonna be Romney now.
S’long, Mittens, thanks for playing, g’bye.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 11:55
Geez, win one half-assed, doesn’t-count-towards-friggin’-squat straw poll, and suddenly Bozo the Pizza Clown thinks he’s a fucking kingmaker.
Herman Cain would not support Rick Perry’s candidacy should Perry become the Republican Party’s presidential nominee in 2012, Cain told CNN on Wednesday.
Cain, a Georgia businessman who won the Florida Republican straw poll this past weekend, cited Perry’s support, as Texas governor, for giving in-state tuition to illegal immigrants as the primary reason he would withhold his endorsement.
“Today I could not support Rick Perry for a host of reasons. Him being soft on securing the border is one of the reasons. I feel very strongly about the need to secure the border for real, the need to enforce the laws that are already there, the need to promote the path to citizenship that’s already there,” Cain told CNN’s Wolf Blitzer. “But more importantly empower the states to enforce the national/federal immigration laws because the federal government didn’t do it, can’t do it, they never will do it. So that’s where I think he and I have a basic fundamental difference of opinion.”
While I positively abhor Big Dickhead Perry’s approach towards illegals, I’m also absolutely convinced that he’s the only one with the stones to take on B. HUSSEIN!!! Obambi. Besides, he’s demonstrated in the past that he’s not married to his political positions when sufficient opposition exists – witness the Gardasil flap and the Trans-Texas Corridor fiasco. Each time, he stood up for his position, only to relent when sufficient opposition to his idea manifested itself. He will listen to his constituentcy, which is more than any of can say for a lot of our politicians.
But if you wanna go down that road, Hermie, then two can play that game.
I say now, and for the record, that I endorse Rick Perry for President of the United States. And I will not vote for any other GOP nominee in the general election.
That means, Hermie, that should you somehow luck into the nomination, you can go try to win the White House without my vote. I won’t vote for you, for Michele “Duh, when did Elvis die again?” Bachmann, for Jon-boy Huntsman, for Chris Christie – and I sure as Hell won’t vote for Gingrinch, or Mittens, and especially not for your ugly ass.
(Oh, did I mention I won’t vote for you, Cain?)
Let’s see how you like it when the people play your sorry-assed game better than you can.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 14:30
Y’know, Denizens, I had been wanting to associate myself with the Tea Party. I mean, what’s not to like? We both think we’re overtaxed, we both want government to return to conservative, Constitutional principles, we both want a conservative in the White House…right?
Wellllllll, not so fast there, Sparky. Looks like the Tea Party – at least, the organized one – has jumped the shark.
After last Thursday’s debate, in which both Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich outshone both of the purported frontrunners, the question of whether primary Republican voters will choose their nominee according to conventional wisdom as to what makes a candidate electable or according to personal preferences and conservative principles has been (somewhat) reopened.
Well, I don’t know about Cain. I think that was a case of Big Dickhead Perry shooting himself in the foot, combined with the fact that Mittens isn’t going to get elected dogcatcher in FLA.
But Ms. Korbe, if you think Newt Gingrich can outshine a black hole, I’ve a bridge I wanna sell you.
Anyway, continuing on…
But Cain’s surprise upset in the Florida straw poll this weekend was a forcible reminder that Perry and Romney aren’t technically alone in the race — and that Republicans are willing to reassert preference and principle in symbolic ways, at least. In that vein, Tea Party Nation founder Judson Phillips recently endorsed eloquent debater Newt Gingrich.
That would be the Gingrinch that sat on the couch with San Fran Nan Pig-lousi. That would be the Gingrinch that sided with Bambi on Bambicare. That would be the Gingrinch that called us “right-wing social engineers”. And he included you in that, Juddy baby.
And that’s who you want to see as President.
G’night, Tea Party. Be sure to run over a few cacti in your slide to oblivion, hm?
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 18:20
Looks like Malicious Malkin is having a little trouble handling the flak she’s rightly getting for her continuous kvetching about Rick Perry.
(UPDATE: You might be thinking that it’s no big deal that ol’ Malicious comments in her own thread. Unless you’ve been reading her for a while, and realize that she hardly ever comments in her threads, much less leaves a second one – like this was.)
In response to this comment…
On September 15th, 2011 at 4:18 pm, theporch said:
I have been reading Michelle’s site for several years now. Seems like she has nothing good to say about any of the Republicans running for office. It seems she is wanting to ensure that obummer gets reelected in 2012. I have in the past, almost exclusively agreed with Michelle but something has changed. She seems to have changed. I have come to the conclusions that she has become very bitter. Sorry Michelle.
…ol’ Malicious bleated the following:
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 10:26
So I guess now we know why Timmeh Pawlenty(of shit) didn’t have the stones to confront Mittens on Rombamacare in Massachusetts, huh?
Tim Pawlenty admitted tonight that he had erred by retreating from attacking Mitt Romney on “Obamneycare” during the debate Monday night.
“I should have been much more clear,” Pawlenty told Sean Hannity. “I don’t think we can have a nominee that was involved in the development and construction of Obamacare and continues to defend it.”
Yeah, well – it turns out T-Paw was harboring a secret man-crush on ol’ Mittens.
One month ago Tim Pawlenty was on a stage in Iowa debating against Mitt Romney, but today the former Minnesota governor – no longer in the presidential race – became a national co-chair for Romney’s campaign.
“Mitt Romney is fighting for the same things I fought for as governor and during my campaign for president,” Pawlenty said today. ” As a former blue state governor, I appreciate what Mitt was able to do in Massachusetts. He created jobs and balanced his budgets without raising taxes – even with an over eighty percent Democrat legislature. That ability to get things done is what we need in our nominee.”
Modified Stockholm Syndrome, anyone?
Well, that’ll put Mittens over the top, ayup. What was Buttmunch polling when he dropped out – something like two, three percent? That puts Rombo within sight of…Perry’s exhaust! He’ll overtake ‘im Any Day Now, I tells ya!
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 16:07
Denizens, the more astute amongst you will have noticed by now that the name of Michelle Malkin no longer graces the blogroll.
(Not that that fact has any major significance beyond my feeble mind – as I’ve said before, give me at least partial credit for realizing that the world doesn’t revolve around me. Still.)
There’s a reason for that – this.