Beloved welfare farmer and shaving opponent Joe Miller (R-Loser) finally has a political job! Don't worry, Ivy League Joe still didn't get elected to anything. Miller is just the chairman of some new Teabagger group dedicated to defeating the evil Mormon liberal elitist French-speaking Obamacare advocate from Taxachusetts, Mitt Romney. “In a matchup against Obama, Tea Party voters are looking for a consistent constitutional conservative," says Greasy Joe in some press release sent to Wonkette for some reason. "We will never get behind Mitt Romney. On issues like gun rights, gay rights, abortion, immigration, and health care, Romney has flipped more than John Kerry flopped.”
weejee: Did you ever see the movie &quot;School for Scoundrels?&quot; There&#039;s a scene at the beginning where a used car salesman is painting treads on a tire.
i wish i could give you more P for that.
why does &#039;lose&#039; mean &#039;never ever ever shut the fuck up&#039; to republicans???
I work for a guy who is conservative, straight down-the-line Fox-viewing conservative, but he&#039;s not a bad guy. We disagree on most things (role of government, rights of the individual, evidence vs. faith, etc.) but he&#039;s not unreasonable. He knows I&#039;m not about to go over to his side, I know he&#039;s not about to see the light, so we can still have interesting conversations. And there are a number of conservatives that I can tolerate listening to (George Will, Michael Steele, Mike Huckabee) partly because they just believe what they believe and try to make the best case they can for it. Whether you agree or not doesn&#039;t really matter to them; they get on with their lives.
There&#039;s another group of conservatives, however (Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Bill O&#039;Reilly), who want you to disagree with them, who are nothing without your reaction. Your opposition and hatred embiggens them, makes them grow and flourish. They have no interest in being reasonable, they think reasonableness will diminish their life force. As Ray Bradbury once put it, &quot;What will you do nights now, Mr. Teece,&quot; without something to hate?
So don&#039;t get lost in the second group just because they grab the mic. The first group is a majority on that side, and they are still good for democracy, despite the heartache they might cause at Thanksgiving dinner.
Not to mention keeping the &quot;hired goon&quot; unemployment rate down too, as an unintended side benefit.
&quot;...consistent constitutional conservative...&quot;
Who are they kidding? James Madison himself wouldn&#039;t be good enough for these fuckers.
Joe Miller. The Libertarian opposed to gay rights. Let that sink in for a moment.
Joe Miller is also the former candidate who was against all subsidies yet collected $14,000 from the USDA for his farm in Delta Junction, Alaska. <a href="http://www.themudflats.net/..." target="_blank">" rel="nofollow noopener" title="http://www.themudflats.net/2010/09/21/farmer-joe-...">http://www.themudflats.net/...
Teabagging shithead. Just like the troll downfister bouncing around today.
Conservative Christians like the sound of the word &quot;libertarianism,&quot; it&#039;s when they get into the nitty-gritty of not having a clue as to what words actually mean that they get into trouble.
Taking political advice from Joe Miller is like going to a mechanic who doesn&#039;t drive a car.