Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Republicans: Wrong on everything

It has come to my attention that the Republicans are attacking the Edwards campaign over a couple of recently-hired campaign staffers. A smart campaign would issue a statement saying something along these lines:

"We, the Edwards campaign, understand that Republicans, the people who were wrong on Iraq, wrong on the deficit, wrong on Katrina response, wrong on the economy are now saying that the Edwards campaign is wrong on its choice of campaign staff. Given the Republican's track record, we are hereby giving those campaign staffers a raise."

I mean, c'mon. We're talking Republicans. As in, wrong on pretty damned much everything over the past six years (hey, dumbass Republicans reading this -- where are those WMD's, again? And our soldiers are *still* looking for those flowers that you dumbfucks said that the Iraqis would be showering, showering I say, upon our brave men in uniform, where's the flowers? And why isn't Osama's head decorating the desk in the Oval Office, you incompetent morons?). Given the Republican track record over the past six years, the only appropriate response from any Democrat with the balls that God gave a hamster would be to laugh and say, “Republicans: Wrong on everything. Again.” Push that meme "Republicans: Wrong on everything" to its limits. Because in your heart, you know it's right. (With apologies to the ghost of the late Barry Goldwater :-).

-- Badtux the Politics Penguin

Cross-posted over at the Mockingbird's place

1 comment:

  1. Tux... Republicans attack EVERYTHING!!!

    Why? Because they are fucking crazy and they think that they are your gate keepers to heaven. And your keepers here.

    The fucking idiots.


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