Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 16:26
Denizens, remember the bully in school who could dish out the abuse, but call him a name and he ran off crying to the teacher?
Well, that snot-nosed little fuckface, and a lot of his buddies, grew up to be Demoscum in Congress – and they’re employing the same MO: They can dish it out, but they can’t take it.
White House adviser Karl Rove should either apologize or resign for saying liberals responded to the Sept. 11 terrorist strikes by wanting to “prepare indictments and offer therapy and understanding for our attackers,” Democrats said Thursday.
Awwwwwww, whassa matter, little fuckwits? What, you can compare our troops to Nazis and the like, but we can’t tell the truth about your skanky asses? I mean, you bastards were the ones stating that we should understand why they hate us so…weren’t you?
Adding to the rancor, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., suggested that Republican charges that Democrats were undermining the war on terror with their criticism of administration policies amounted to an act of desperation.
Only an act of desperation for you, bimbo. And everytime you keep your ugly piehole closed while some ass like Big Dickhead Turban opens his, you drive the point home to the American people even more. There’s a reason you people lost the election by five million votes, and it ain’t because you failed to get your hate-filled message out, y’know.
“The president wanted to go to Iraq in the worst possible way and he did,” Pelosi said. “The president is on the ropes.”
I wouldn’t gloat if I were you, little bimb-ette. I seem to remember a boxer who spent much of his career deliberately hanging close to the ropes and letting his opponent flail away. Won most of those fights, too.
Let’s see…what was his name again…Ali?
Bush’s chief political adviser, Rove said in a speech Wednesday that “liberals saw the savagery of the 9/11 attacks and wanted to prepare indictments and offer therapy and understanding for our attackers.” Conservatives, he told the New York state Conservative Party just a few miles north of Ground Zero, “saw the savagery of 9/11 and the attacks and prepared for war.”
Rove said the Democratic Party made the mistake of calling for “moderation and restraint” after the terrorist attacks.
Democrats were quick to respond – and in growing numbers.
“Karl Rove should immediately and fully apologize for his remarks or he should resign,” Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said in a statement. “I hope the president will join me in repudiating these remarks.”
“Dad-deeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!! Karl said something mean about us!!!! Make him stopppppppppp!!!!!!! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean called on Bush to “show some leadership and unequivocally repudiate Rove’s divisive and damaging political rhetoric.”
Same Dr. YEARRRRRRGH!!! who accused us of wanting to live in a theocracy; same one who has already tried & convicted an innocent man; same one derisively calling us “a white Christian party” – wants the President to “repudiate…divisive & damaging political rhetoric”?
Give. Me. A. Fucking. Break
The White House defended Rove’s remarks and accused Democrats of engaging in partisan attacks. Rove, said spokesman Scott McClellan, “was talking about the different philosophies and our different approaches when it comes to winning the war on terrorism.”
During a Senate hearing on Iraq in which Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld and other military leaders testified, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., read Rove’s statement and urged them to reject the remarks.
“I would hope that you and other members of the administration would immediately repudiate such an insulting comment from a high-ranking official in the president’s inner circle,” Clinton said.
This is the same person that called us a “vast right-wing conspiracy” after we kicked her husband’s ass but good over his intern problem.
Earlier in the day, Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., said New York has had unity since Sept. 11. “To inject politics into this and to defame a large number of people” is outrageous, he said. “It’s not what New York and America is all about.”
Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., said nearly 3,000 Americans died on Sept. 11 and “we should not dishonor their memory by using that tragic day for political trash talk.”
I see. And where were you during Big Dickhead Turban’s Nazi remarks?
Eh? How’s that again?
During the 2004 campaign, Bush dismissed the notion of negotiating with terrorists and said, “You can’t sit back and hope that somehow therapy will work and they will change their ways.”
On Wednesday, Rove also denounced Sen. Dick Durbin’s comments comparing interrogation at the Guantanamo Bay prison camp to the methods of Nazis and other repressive regimes. He said the statements have been broadcast throughout the Middle East, putting U.S. troops in greater danger. The Illinois Democrat has since apologized for the remarks.
“No more needs to be said about the motives of liberals,” Rove said.
Seven House Republicans also wrote Pelosi saying they were shocked by a statement in which she said the war in Afghanistan was over. “Messages like yours could demoralize our troops and undermine our efforts to fight terrorism in Afghanistan and around the world,” they wrote.
Pelosi, who made the comment at a news conference where Democrats called for an investigation into detainee abuses at Guantanamo Bay, said Thursday that she was referring to the campaign to drive the Taliban from power in 2001. Fighting continues, she said, because the administration decided to divert its attention from Afghanistan to the war in Iraq.
You see, Denizens? They can dish it out – but they can’t take it. Just like the schoolyard bully.
And – as I’ve been constantly telling you – there’s only one way to deal with the schoolyard bully.
Get ready to lock & load, sportz fanz.
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