Michael Savage, RWNJ radio host, is thinking about moving to Russia according to Right Wing Watch:
“I’ve thought of it,” Savage said. “If this keeps up — imagine how crazy the world has become. The left is so fanatical, we’re becoming so much like the ex-Soviet Union. – Read the full article
I don’t know if the GOP’s “professional” campaign managers decided to sit the 2016 election season out or what, but it sure seems like a bunch of amateurs running things this time around.
Let’s start with Jeb!’s campaign. Maybe he thinks it’s his due, like he’s next in line or something, but he seemed dumbfounded when he didn’t skyrocket to the top of the heap. – Read the full article
Mike Huckabee has picked up the baton of fact challenged cover-up claims; the target this time – the Justice Department. I’m sure you remember the flap over the IRS allegedly targeting Conservative Groups’ tax exempt applications. Well, the Justice Department has decided not to file any charges. – Read the full article
Republicans seem to be sure that Hillary Clinton will be the next President because they’re already talking about impeaching her. From The Huffington Post:
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) recently spoke with talk radio host Matt Murphy and said the real issue with Clinton’s use of a private email server as secretary of state is “how many lives she put at risk by violating all rules of law that are designed to protect America’s top-secret and classified information from falling into the hands of our geopolitical foes who then might use that information to result in the deaths of Americans.”
“And in my judgement, with respect to Hillary Clinton, she will be a unique president if she is elected by the public next November, because the day she’s sworn in is the day that she’s subject to impeachment because she has committed high crimes and misdemeanors,” he said. – Read the full article
The Right Wing is seriously losing its collective shit. Plans for the “big tent” that never materialized will be scrapped to make way for a much needed rubber room. Conservatives are flailing about like they’re possessed, ranting and raving about everything, seeing persecution around every corner, while Michele Bachmann runs around yelling “The Rapture is coming, the Rapture is coming” like some Evangelical Paul Revere. – Read the full article
I have been wrong in gauging the absurdity of The Right many times, but NEVER THIS WRONG. I thought a Trump candidacy would just be something we’d all laugh about in the years to come. Surely there is something about the man for every Conservative to hate:
Screws around on his wives, married 3 times, should have lost the Evangelical vote. – Read the full article
Appearing on Fox “News” Sunday, Laura Ingraham was asked about Donald Trump’s lead in the polls. Her theory is: “20-30%” of Republicans are “so livid” at the GOP they’re backing Donald Trump because,
“…he’s saying things… that pretty much no one else is saying.”
Is she claiming Trump’s bombastic, racist, denigration of Mexicans is something new for Republicans? – Read the full article
Wrapping up the Idiot Brigade this week we have Rubio, Santorum, Trump and Walker.
Marco Rubio: If anything, Marco Rubio is still too “wet behind the ears” to run for President. I don’t think he knows what he stands for, so how could voters? – Read the full article
This week in the Republican Idiot Brigade, we look at George Pataki, Rand Paul, and Rick Perry. A couple of these candidacies are exercises in futility, but they’ll give us great material.
George Pataki: I’m not really sure why he’s running; he doesn’t seem to inspire anyone in either party. – Read the full article
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If you’ve ever wondered how someone who wants to be President could screw it up royally, take a look at Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s playbook. (I’m not sure he knows that the Koch brothers can’t buy enough votes to get him into the White House). – Read the full article
Here’s the first installment of who’s running, who might run, and who people think should run for the GOP nomination for President:
1. Jeb Bush: Yes, ANOTHER BUSH. We’ll NEVER be rid of them, they just keep spawning. Jeb facts:
Five of his business associates have been convicted of crimes; one remains an international fugitive on fraud charges. – Read the full article