Remember back in May when Republican candidate Steve Stivers attempted to walk back his response on a 9/12 Tea Party group’s questionnaire that asked if Steve Stivers would support repealing the 17th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution that allows for the direct election of the Senate by the people? (If not, click on the link.)
Well, what about the rest of that questionnaire?Full Story... →
I’ve always thought one of the biggest strengths great bloggers have is an ability to distill something down to it’s essence and communicate it. ModernEsquire has always been one of those highly capable of such. He does so again with the wingnut tea party nonsense:
Apparently, I’m supposed to be impressed that 4,000 people showed up in Cincinnati for the area’s “Tea Party” protest. I’m not. That’s about how many showed up regularly for McCain/Palin events in the fall, which isn’t surprising since it’s the same people in both crowds.
Of course, he goes on to pummel the fraudulent […]Full Story... →
Getting lectured by Ralph King on class is akin to getting lectured on civil rights by David Duke. It’s funny – I don’t care who you are. Wittle Walphie’s ears were hurt because big bad Eric used some awful naughty words in one of his wecent posts.
Let’s remember that Ralph resides at the bottom of the wingnut barrel of racist, homophobic, misogynistic ranting lunatics. Here are just a few recent examples of his high brow classy commentary:
King on May 24th, 2008 4:54 pm
Metro-sexual is another term for being half-a-fag.
Real men will vote […]
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