Discussion in 'Politics' started by Ravi, Dec 3, 2012.
Rick Santorum gets a weekly column!
Good place for him
that's awesome. lol.
Where's Weiner boy? has it grown any?
It will be interesting when the history of right wing quackery is written and traced to its source. The transformation of the republican party to the depths of looniness will make an interesting read and a lesson for future generation. Sadly the current crop of republicans are braindead as Santorum demonstrates, solutions for recovery are hopeless so long as the church of stupidity has rich but dumb benefactors. And so it goes.
"The rise of conservative politics in postwar America is one of the great puzzles of American political history. For much of the period that followed the end of World War II, conservative ideas about the primacy of the free market, and the dangers of too-powerful labor unions, government regulation, and an activist, interventionist state seemed to have been thoroughly rejected by most intellectual and political elites. Scholars and politicians alike dismissed those who adhered to such faiths as a "radical right," for whom to quote the Columbia University historian Richard Hofstadter politics "becomes an arena into which the wildest fancies are projected, the most paranoid suspicions, the most absurd superstitions, the most bizarre apocalyptic fantasies." How, then, did such ideas move from their marginal position in the middle years of the twentieth century to become the reigning politics of the country by the century's end?" Kim Phillips-Fein ('Invisible Hands')
Yeah those darn Republicans they....oh wait! Nothing has changed after the election. Those crazy Republicans...the depths of depravity.
Maybe he can pick up the pressing birfer issue.
All this from the folks who are glued to the braindead likes of moonbats like O'Donnel, Maddow, Bahar, Mahar, etc?
Lets see who chimed in..
the one who refers to ANYONE who disagrees with her as a wing nut.
rightwingnut talk radio and fauxnews..... along with the rise of the internet...
i heard someone say it this way....
"every town used to have their village idiot", but they were alone...
now they've found each other
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