Oh For The Love Of

Yes, clearly we’re screwed, Lindsey:

But scorn from the right is equal to admiration from the left: He
championed a new way of doing things in Washington, but Obama went
about shepherding his stimulus bill in a very old-fashioned partisan
way, Republicans said.

That Obama signed the historic measure
into law 1,500 miles away from Washington in Denver, Colorado, was a
symbol to some of just how much animosity it had stirred up in the
nation’s capital.

“If this is going to be bipartisanship, the country’s screwed,” Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina, declared last week.

And I mean, so what? You don’t need bipartisanship of anything other than the exact kind that was accomplished with three Republican senators to do anything. That was the point of winning the whole enchilada in November, dumbass. I’m sorry Lindsey’s upset but making Lindsey happy isn’t bipartisanship, it’s a blowjob.

A.

8 thoughts on “Oh For The Love Of

  1. That Obama signed the historic measure into law 1,500 miles away from Washington in Denver, Colorado, was a symbol to some of just how much animosity it had stirred up in the nation’s capital.
    This from the party that touted the benefits of being a Washington “outsider” in the last election, which spewed all sorts of “mavericky” bullshit in the campaign and claimed a guy who had been in the U.S. senate for 20 years was some kind of non-insider? That compared “real America” to “Washington elites” at every campaign stop?
    And now he’s whines when Obama signs the Stim bill in “real America”–Colorado–instead of Washington? Puh-leeze, that’s the lamest spin I’ve seen in months.

  2. Please, I beg of you: Neverever use the word “blowjob” in the same sentence as the phrase “Lindsey Graham” ever again. Please?!

  3. The Rs have obviously conferred and come to a critical mass and have embarked on a 4 year campaign of never-ending poo-flinging, using whatever is handy.

  4. Whenever a wingnut says ‘country’, I hear ‘Republican’. These goons could give a tinker’s damn about the real people, even those who are deluded enough to keep voting for them.
    Graham is just pissed because with Obama in office, his hopes of a big corporate payday are dwindling. Swampy little sawed-off bastard.

  5. Hate to say it, but good ole Lindsey is unintentionally right on this one.
    Obama offered bipartasinship only to be met with block voting and obstructionism from the repubs. I saw over at TP that the new head of the RNC came close to implying that the repubs who crossed the line to vote for the bill would be open to be published.
    We’re got a lot of problems. And if this is the way we react to them, we are in deep doodoo

  6. It was Lindsey Graham and Jon Kyl who tried to insert a fake Congressional dialogue into the record to effect a Supreme Court case that may have involved interpreting Congressional intent. The guy is a stone liar and shouldn’t ever be allowed government after pulling a stunt like that, let alone a discussion about what is and isn’t an honest debate.
    http://www.slate.com/id/2138750/

  7. Lindsey isn’t happy, ohhh, poor baby.
    Tell the Head Republican Concern Troll that he’s not alone.
    Research has shown that 6 out of 7 dwarfs aren’t Happy either.

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