Tuesday, November 9, 2010

DeMint, Media Matters and Robot Alley

If you follow me on Twitter, you know that I was ragging on Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) this evening because apparently he thinks you can't be a fiscal conservative without being a social conservative. If you don't follow me on Twitter *eyeroll* it's your loss, loser.

Allow me to rag s'more (as in: "rag some more", not "rag smore" - that would be disgusting, who are you, people?): Anyway, as I was saying...Yes you can, Senator Dum-Dum. For example: I don't like big government, period. This includes being opposed to the out of control spending on blah, blah, overreaching and likely to fail programs and being against having big government all up in your personal business (i.e. the anti-gay, anti-euthanasia, censorship wand flailing, blah, blah, pro-marriage-amendment, jerks...aka social conservatives). Also don't be shocked if value voters fanboi, Senator DeMint turns out to be Senator Creme DeMenthe. IYKWIMAITYD (and if you don't, click the link).

What was my point??? Oh yeah, some of my followers got their panties in a wad annoyed with me for criticizing a fellow republican. Some of them even, thankfully, unfollowed.

Soooo, for the greater good and in the spirit of unity...I started following Media Matters' Senior Fellow Eric Boehlert. Senior Fellow? What the hell does that even mean??? Oh well, after five tweets I began to feel sorry for the junior fellows at Media Matters. Remember to bite down hard, boys.

And then I got inspired:

On October 20, 2010, creepy Hungarian, George Soros, gave Media Matters, *sinister voice* "one million dollars" to fight the evil empire that is Fox News.


Discovery Health Channel's "Sex Robot"


Robot Alley (via Xtranormal h/t Red Eye w/Greg Gutfeld) starring creepy Hungarian, billionaire, George Soros and Senior Fellow Eric Boehlert:

1 comment:

  1. I can't wait for the day when the Republican Party wakes up to realize that the future of their party, those under 40, have this belief. We have grown up with homosexuality in the open and realize that there are far bigger issues to worry about.

    Is it time for an actual 3rd party that is truly fiscally conservative and social liberal? Not the Tea Party, either. Not the answer.

    If so, where do I sign up?