6 thoughts on “Lord Douchemook Rides Again

  1. Nice boy, but about as sharp as a sack of wet mice. </leghorn>
    Scratch that. He’s not a nice boy, he’s a worthless sack of medical waste. And dumb. DAMN dumb.

  2. Hate to be the one to point this out but this, the Tea-Party movement, the Cult of Sarah, all of it is part of a creeping process of mainstreaming a formerly cuckoo brand of radicalism. And it seems to be working pretty well.

  3. To the people promoting him as the The Great Conservative Truth Telling Youth, his past either (a) won’t matter or (b) will be quietly celebrated with a lot of euphemisms and elbow-digs-in-the-ribs.
    As far as they’re concerned, if he goes to jail, he’s a martyr; if he doesn’t, well, he showed those weak-knee’d liberals a thing or three!
    Normal standards and emotions — like decency, shame, self-respect — don’t apply to these people and the sooner we all learn that, the better the chance of combating them or at least neutralizing them in the public sphere.

  4. How dumb is he?
    Theologically there are some issues that the human mind is not meant to be able to comprehend.
    Looking to the future, will the repubs get enough heat about this (including their Anti-Acorn stance is against them scary minorities. If Acorn focused on signing up Beverly Hills, there wouldn’t be a problem.)? Will the repubs have to disassociate with him, or will the repubs (who at timees apper to be rewarmed KKK members) continue to defend him while denying racism).

  5. In that picture from ontd_political, he looks not just dumber than a bowl of mushy cornflakes, but stoned to the gills. Such a shining example of moral turpentine…

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