Archive for the ‘Wingnuts’ Category

Tea Party Jesus

July 14, 2010

A provocative look at Christianist and/or Tea Party rhetoric as if it had been spoken by Jesus.

[Via Everlasting Blort]

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“A party of nihilists”

August 20, 2009

Joe Klein nails it in his synopsis of the current state of the Republican Party.  Money quote:

The same people who rail against a government takeover of health care tried to enforce a government takeover of Terri Schiavo’s end-of-life decisions.

Welcome to the lexicon

August 20, 2009

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[From Cynical-C]

Notice where the “Birthers” are?

July 31, 2009

The preponderance of people who believe that Obama was not born in the U.S. comes from — surprise! — the South.  Just sayin’.

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[Via Andrew Sullivan]

The Stupid, It Burns!

July 7, 2009

Basically, the reaction of this blogger to an Arizona State Senator’s belief — casually stated as fact — that the Earth is 6000 years old.  Original drawing by Plognark.

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Libertarian paradise

May 12, 2009

Just head to Somalia and leave the law at home.

[Via EotAW]

Baby preacher

April 21, 2009

Sounds like any other televangelist to me, and makes about as much sense.  Maybe he should team up with this kid to learn how to really work a crowd.

[Via Boing Boing]

God hates figs

March 17, 2009

I guess this means that the Phelps clan will be picketing Greek weddings next.

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[Image credit: Froboy, Via TYWKIWDBI]

What’s that sound?

November 26, 2008

It’s silence.  Beautiful silence.  It seems Ann Coulter, the shrill wingnut harpy, broke her jaw and had to have it wired shut.  I don’t wish harm on Madame Coulter and I hope she recovers without complications, but can we leave the wires on just in case?

Conservatism’s bankruptcy

November 8, 2008

While I’m generally tired of people and groups defining themselves by the various political “-isms,” this article still makes a great point about how conservatism’s anti-intellectual tendencies have compromised its ability to compete in the marketplace of ideas.

[Via Andrew Sullivan]