A clean resolution

Talk about your shit-eating grins. ...

Talk about your shit-eating grins. …

Dear Air Force Academy: If it’s true that you’re short of toilet paper thanks to the feddle-gummint shutdown, I recommend that you wipe your ass with Doug Lamborn.

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13 Responses to “A clean resolution”

  1. Patrick O'Brien Says:

    How about also wiping a little shit on Randy Neugebauer?

  2. md anderson Says:

    Re: Neugebauer. I don’t believe I have ever seen a more vicious, stupid, hypocritical, and just plain dickish display than the clip of this toad berating a park ranger for doing her job, without pay; for which he and his ilk were clearly at fault. Unless it was certain congresscritters tweeting the DC cops a big “atta boy!” for “protecting” them, again without a paycheck.

    There isn’t a big enough or deep enough pit for these assholes.

    • Patrick O'Grady Says:

      No kiddin’. I tweeted at his account that it was a pity she didn’t boot him in the ‘nads he didn’t have (his website bars mail from outside his gerrymandered district).

      There is a form you can fill out to have this numbnuts speak at the gathering of your choice. I considered filling it out, with the topic “Going and fucking yourself” and the venue “Hell,” but it seemed too easy.

      • md anderson Says:

        I know my problems may be small change compared with what a lot of citizens are facing right now but this is what I am looking at: for the past 10 months my husband and I have been planning to hike rim to rim at the Grand Canyon, followed by a banquet/reception for 30 at the South Rim to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary. We are scheduled to hike on Oct 17 and 18, with the party on the 19th. We have relatives and close friends from 5 states coming. And it may all fall through at the last minute.

      • Patrick O'Grady Says:

        Hey, MD, problems are problems — and they all add up.

        The Baboon Caucus wasn’t thinking about (or didn’t care about) the financial repercussions of their tantrum. If your anniversary trip gets canceled — and congratulations, by the way — how much money doesn’t get spent by you, your friends and family? Money doesn’t get spent, jobs go away, and so on, and so on.

        The thickheadedness on display here defies description. You can’t make this shit up.

      • Patrick O'Brien Says:

        md – that is one of the coolest anniversary celebrations I have heard of. I hope it works out. Don’t know if this could be an alternate plan, but there is plenty of mountain biking in the area of Williams and Flagstaff. Sandy and I used to ride up there often. Hundreds of miles of FS road and single track.

  3. khal spencer Says:

    This GOP temper tantrum has all the intellectual flavor of a three year old screaming and kicking the floor. Enough is enough.

  4. Larry T. Says:

    This is the Alamo for a lot of these bought-and-paid-for Repugs in the House, including our nutcase Steve King. If they fail here, the dreaded Obamacare will go on to help people (in most cases anyway) and there’s nothing they can do to stop it and they can’t take any credit for it. The remaining adults in the GOP must figure out some way to marginalize them if they don’t want the entire party to go the way of the Whigs – but with a jerkoff like John Boner at the helm, I’m not optimistic they’ll succeed – assuming they even try.

    • khal spencer Says:

      That’s exactly the metaphor I’ve been using, Larry. I suppose in the big picture, these Teabaggers are thinking that Santa Ana is invading again.

      • Larry T. Says:

        Khal, I’m mad enough to re-register to vote as a Democrat instead of an independent..and send some money to the campaign to keep them the majority in the Senate. Gawd knows how much more wreckage could be done if the GOP controlled both the Senate and the House?

      • Patrick O'Brien Says:

        The two parties, over the last 15 years, have co-opted and corrupted the appropriations process, along the rules on bringing bills to the floor. The majority party in the house now controls the public purse, even if some of their own members don’t agree. This is an attempt by 80 house members to hijack the public purse and use it to pass a radical agenda, even to the point of only funding those functions they deem necessary. The ACA is just a distraction and a test. If they get away with it once, the majority party in the house will control government funding. They will deprive our representatives and us of our votes, and will damage the balance of powers in the legislature and executive branches. Coup is a word that comes to mind. I think it has been planned for some time.

  5. Larry T. Says:

    http://civic.moveon.org/enoughtea.html
    I’d hoped I was done with protesting stuff once W was out of the White House, but here we go again. Steve King threw a huge tantrum the last time signs were taped to the windows of his local office, calling it vandalism – no doubt he’ll do it again this time.

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