Monday, November 16, 2009

What's Wrong With America

I've figured it out. From the standpoint of the conservative fundamentalist Republicans, this country is governed by
Obama bin Biden!
Doomed, people, doomed I tell you.
Ya can't win.


Zoomie said...

I'm so tired of the knee-jerk negativity from the Repugs - you'd think they could at least congratulate the guy on winning the Nobel prize but they aren't even gracious about that! Wears me out.

cookiecrumb said...

Zoomie: It's a game. They love to hijack the average IQ with their story line, and hope it sweeps the nation. At this point, it's funny. They lose.

Cyclops Robot said...

It seems to me their storylines have worked since way back. All the Republicampaigns they have run since the beginning of W. have been bought Hook, Line, and Stinker.

It wears me out too. I have hoped that the change of guard, new leadership, and a completely different kind of President would shake things up enough that even the Repug's (good word) might enjoy the fresh air.

It was a nice dream.

Zoomie said...

As long as they keep losing, I can tolerate the game.

Anonymous said...

At least you won't have to deal with Sarah Palin coming to your town to sign her book... :-(

I still cannot get over the fact that this woman got a 1.25M deal to "write" her story.

it is sickening. And it is already a best seller! what the heck is wrong with America indeed?

cookiecrumb said...

Robot: They believe they can distort reality and frighten everyone into believing them. Think of this: Right now the Republicans are acting like the Taliban toward American women. And that's supposed to be OK? (If you like "Repugs," how about "Rethugs"?)

Zoomie: We're still chortling over the NY congressional seat. Then again, caring too much gives me a tummy ache.

Bewitch: I know, she's avoiding San Francisco, where we ask the reaaaally hard questions! Like "What on earth do you think you're doing, Sarah?" I admit to a lurid fascination with her. I'd give the book a look, but she already said it's kinda goddy, and... nah,

Zoomie said...

Like the new masthead. He and that Dick has so much to answer for!

EB of SpiceDish said...

Best masthead so far.... need we recall Reagan's "ketchup is a vegetable" school lunch campaign?