Today I plan on filing a lawsuit against the estate of Ronald Reagan for making me endure his propaganda as a child. I mean, if wingnuts are so upset about the PRESIDENT telling kids to STAY IN SCHOOL, the least I can do is sue the fucker attempted to get schools to consider ketchup to be a goddamn vegetable or who “used” his Alzheimer’s disease to hide selling missiles to Iran.


Wingnuts, Right Wingers, bigots who disguise themselves as “Patriots” and other Ditthoheads have created this monster of an ego. Rush, a drug addicted sex tourist, reminds me of a real life Bishop Peter Paul Prang, the fascist windbag radio Evangelist of “It Can’t Happen Here.”

It is hard to ignore Rush. His ego outstrips his intellect and his voice can be heard in every state in the Union. It is only a matter of time before he is called to account for his disinformation and inflammatory speech. Yet, if this is who the so called “Loyal Opposition” want to look to as their model Conservative, then their movement is doomed. Rush is Hubris defined. Hitching their star to his means they will flash out in the night sky.

Funny Ha Ha?

Think Progress is reporting that at CPAC John “Creepy Mustachioed Man” Bolton, our former (recess appointed, never approved by congress) Ambassador to the UN made a quip about President Obama Learning about the threat that Iran poses when an American city, picked at random, “let’s say Chicago…” gets nuked.

And people still wonder why I’m mad as hell at the right wing?

People laughed and cheered at this. As if nuking my home town–which happens to be our President’s home town–is a FUN and Joyous thing to think about. That the death of Three Million Plus people is just what this country needs to “Fly Right.”

As if that isn’t’ bad enough, Keith Olberman reports that John didn’t even get Obama’s quote right. John says that our president called Iran a, “tiny threat.” The quote was, “a tiny nation.” Huge Difference. Obama has gone on the record time and time again stating he will engage Iran–hell I’ve criticized him for sounding far too gung ho about attacking Iran.

Why is this behavior tolerated by the right wing? Why are liberals called to condemn and distance themselves from the so called “fringe left” by republicans, but they do not do not follow the same demands?

Additionally, I’m supposed to resepct this person because he was an Ambassador? Sorry, I’ll give him the same respect all human beings should get. He hasn’t earned anything other than scorn and derision for being a complete ass-hat.

Prove Me Wrong

I found this as one of the top searches to my blog today: “obama is so pretentious.” I’ve also been privileged to read a few other blogs about how the Left/Liberals/Democrats are being hypocritical. That the Left has heaped scorn upon Bush and now expects “their guy” now “our guy” to be treated with respect. I’m not the spokesperson of the left, but I know I speak for more than myself when I say; Actually, we expect you to continue the same rhetoric.

With a few, and noted, exceptions we feel that the Right is going to come in swinging and slandering. Personally, I find that I am the converse of one of my most valued commenters: I cannot escape the Right Wing screaming crazies.

I’ve blogged about them before–and I’ve used a very big brush in describing people on the right before.

For the record, I think the past eight years should be evaluated and critiqued. If laws have been broken–and yes, a President can break the law–then the consequences should be doled out within the framework we have (ie: within the Constitution). I do not think that Bush & Co should have to endure a witch hunt, but it would be irresponsible to not evaluate the state of the nation. Furthermore, I think that those on the “left” that were complicit should also be held to account.

I think the Right’s complaints about how Bush & Co were treated has some merit and it can be (and should be) discussed. Should this discussion preclude working on the issues that the country faces as a whole? No.

There are elements in our nation, on the Left and on the Right, that will not work with an administration from the other side. This administration is no different. When the Sean Hannity’s, Michelle Malkin’s and Bill O’Reilly’s in this world consistently treat Obama with the same deference they gave Bush, I’ll have been proven wrong. Until then, I’ll be happy with the exceptions I’ve come to know and respect.