Daily Archives: March 9, 2009

Prissy little RINOs whiiiiine about Rush: He’s toooooo bombastic!

He’s not one of us.  He’s loud, obnoxious and a Neanderthal. Snicker. preppy-dress-shortsHe probably doesn’t even know what that means!

Why does he say such inflamatory things about liberals? He and his “ditto heads” make me ashamed to admit I’m a Republican. Ewwwwwww.

 I’m a moderate, a middle of the roader. I go along to get along.

Mommykins–when she isn’t higher than a kite–likes it that way!




[Meanwhile, the rabid left attack dogs swarm all over him. I hate Rush. Rush Limbaugh is a big fat idiot! etc. yada yada yada.]



What do Buffy and I have in common with Limbaugh and Hannity and Coulter? As long as Daddykin’s trust holds up, we like being popular with our liberal acquaintances.


The Democrats aren’t really such bad people. They haven’t been taken over by the extreme left. That is just hogwash. I really like the cut of Obama’s jib. 



Besides, Buffy would disown me if I ever opposed abortion on demand. And I like a little on the side, I can’t sit in judgment of “gay rights.” Heck, in my day, I’ve swam naked with my buddies in the pool at night, and smoked a little pole in the sauna. Who am I to judge? Live and let live, I always say… 





we_support_our_troops1The Democrats aren’t nearly as bad as those dreaded “social conservatives.









A social conservative won the primary? I think I’ll just sit this rino1election out.  Liberals are attacking Rush? Good, he deserves it! Sure, I’m a Republican, but let’s not get carried away here!

MORE ask Uncle Lowell, the Progressive A**hole!

You know you want it. cheerleader-lowell

Dear Uncle Lowell, Why do “progressives” hate America so much? Why did they spit on the troops returning from ‘Nam and call them baby killers? Signed, one of the many confused readers of your blog.

Well, Confused, back in the day the cultural elites of the time opposed the war. The Rosie O’Donnells and the Bill Mahers and the Dixie Chicks and the MSM of that time (think Jane Fonda, Walter Cronkite, Pete Seeger) conned us into believing it was cool. It seemed like the thing to do at the time. Everybody was doing it! [Ok, since this is John Doe’s blog, I can’t blatantly lie–just some of us were doing it. Most of the same ones who now are leaders and shakers within the Democrat party.]  Sure, we feel badly about it now, and we want to pretend that it never happened. Heck, I even had cousins who fought in Nam, therefore, all is forgiven. Did I mention I had cousins who fought in ‘Nam? That’s why it’s okey dokey for me to pal around with the same people who spit on our warriers returning from ‘Nam!Sincerely, Uncle Lowell. Continue reading

The apple didn’t fall very far from the tree

Mehgan McCain “doesn’t get” Ann Coulter.  “I’ve like, been a Republican for almost a year, dude! But I really love the Republican party–except for those mean old social ‘extreme’ conservatives! And like, all my friends think just like me. So if you mean old social ‘extreme’ conservatives don’t watch it, me and my friends will run off back to the Democrat party, Dude!”

A rejoinder to Reason and Revelation’s “Buckley and Conservatism”

I get the impression that the writer of “Buckley and Conservatism” fancies himself an intellectual elite, but he is really too young to remember Buckley (and Reagan, for that matter).

Apparently, conservatives, as is the case of artists, must die before they are recognized as great. First Reagan, and now William F. Buckley, were suddenly recognized as the intellectual forces that they were, once they were dead. But I remember Reagan and Buckley while they were in their prime. Liberals back then did not fawn over them and respect them. Instead, liberals treated them the same way they treat Rush Limbaugh, George W. Bush, Sarah Palin, hell–the same way they treat any individual who disagrees with them–with contempt and disgust as they attacked them personally and as they attacked their ideas.  So spare me this crap about how Buckley was buddy-buddy with all the liberals.  Continue reading