Sunday, February 22, 2009

Republican Crazy

I can't finish out the week without commenting on the Republican crazy that seems to be taking a hold of some folks who just cannot figure out how Obama won and can't imagine 4 or 8 years of Democrats in charge again.

Prime example.
Alan Keyes who said this:
"Obama is a radical communist and I think it is becoming clear. That is what I told people in Illinois and now everybody realizes it is coming true. He is going to destroy this country and we are either going to stop him or the United States of America is going to cease to exist."

and this:
Is he President of the United States? According to the Constitution, in order to be eligible for president, you have to be a natural born citizen. He has refused to provide proof that he is, in fact, a natural born citizen. Ad his Kenyan relations say that he was born in Nairobi at a time when his mother was too young to transmit U. S. citizenship. So I'm not even sure he's President of the United States.
Jesus, this from a man who cut his teenage daughter out of his life and without a dime when he found out she was a lesbian, what a guy.
WWJD Alan?
Here is video in case you want to hear him spewing his crap.

And we have Sen. Shelby of Alabama:
"Well his father was Kenyan and they said he was born in Hawaii, but I haven't seen any birth certificate. You have to be born in America to be president."

All I can say is thank God for Alabama, it allows Arkansas's congress critters to look like geniuses.

Here is another awesome response to CNBC douchebag Rick Santelli from a homeowner who has done everything right who is effected by the economic downturn and how Obama's plan for homeowners will help him.


The Dusty Dog Vintage Boutique said...

Hello! It's Tara from The Dusty Dog Vintage Boutique.

My husband writes a political blog that you might be interested in reading. He also writes for the Huffingotn Post. Here's the link to his blog:

Sounds like you have a lot in common with us!


kimberly said...

Alabama is right next door to me, and I used to do most of my shopping there, because their "big" city was closer than Tennessee's "big" city--but I will not spend another dime in Alabama. Obama did not win TN, but he didn't lose by as big a margin as in Alabama.

Julie The Vintage Goddess said...

No, really Tara?
Well how cool is that.
I lika how your hubby thinks....