Saturday, July 16, 2011

IT'S OFFICIAL: The Whole World Thinks Republicans Are Dangerous Maniacs Threatening Everyone

Hard to see how it might be otherwise, especially given the loonies who've apparently taken over what used to be the party of fiscal responsibility.

IT'S OFFICIAL: The Whole World Thinks Republicans Are Dangerous Maniacs Threatening Everyone


Kevin Scheunemann said...

I thought you denounced name calling as "hurtful" previously on your blog.

Calling Republicans "maniacs" for wanting to simply stop the federal government from spending more than it brings in, shows how drug testing may be needed for left wing Profs.

Scott Walker has turned WI's deficit and spending problem around in 6 months. We need his leadership at the Federal level.

Mpeterson said...

Oh *those* Republicans haven't been in charge of their party since before you were born Kevin. I miss them. I'd be happy to vote for them. Alas, they've been purged. Haven't you been keeping up?

Kevin Scheunemann said...

I seem to recall a very liberal WB Republican in the 90s and early on last decade: Mary Panzer.

So Mary Panzer wasn't a left wing ("progressive") enough of a Republican for you?

If she wasn't your ideal Republican, you have a very, very, narrow, discrimatory view of what a Republican should be.

80% of the WB electorate wanted her thrown out of office because of her narrow, anti-conservative views. (The 20% of the vote she did get were probably Democrats crossing over.)

I think you need some diversity training.

Its about time "conservative" got put back into "Republican". You are oppossed to the new, diverse, conservative viewpoint, emerging in the, previously liberal, Panzer-like Republican party?

Mpeterson said...

Mary Panzer was great, but a shrieking liberal by your standards and, thus, incompetent to do her job.

Also, she could do math and seemed to understand economics -- accomplishments that disqualify her as a Scheunemann conservative. l^) I mean, she'd never get into the kind of credit and financial problems you seem to be in.

Kevin Scheunemann said...

So if one is not a Panzer-like Republican, that is the sole basis to call one a "maniac"?

Just who has the narrow, non-diverse, viewpoint here? (this is where you raise your hand.)