On occasion being ‘under the weather’ can cut some of life’s tangled problems loose as when one is sick, nothing else matters but being sick.
So, I paid scant attention to the two neurotic GOP debates over the weekend — these guys are after blood, and they don’t care whose blood, just so long as it ain’t theirs — and even if the New Hampshire primary is tomorrow, Republicans have got to be some of dumbest people around.
Most-likely the biggest and most-ignorant assholes out there are the two Ricks, as in, Santorum and Perry.
Both are way-unstable, and both really don’t have much real sense.
(Illustration found here).
Of course, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are pounding on each other about all kinds of ugly shit — both are as worthless as million-dollar bill, but they keep hacking at what they claim is reality.
But the two Ricks, well, they’re special…
First, let’s visit Santorum.
In one of the great twitching efforts, the boy just makes shit up — which most do, but Santorum is stupid about it.
During a campaign stop on Saturday, he was asked why he dislikes African-Americans.
From Think Progress:
While speaking about welfare reform last week, Santorum was quoted as saying, â€œI donâ€™t want to make black peopleâ€™s lives better by giving them somebody elseâ€™s money.â€
The candidate now denies that he said â€œblack,â€ claiming instead that he said â€œblah.â€
WTF — ‘blah’ peoples?
Of the two Ricks, Santorum is the worse — a hypocrite about abortion, an ‘earmark’ hero and whoever supports the little shit needs to get back on the meds.
He had trouble all over New Hampshire this past weekend, responding to normal questions from seemingly normal folks — Santorum is one scary sonofabitch.
And then on the clod-kicker Rick Perry.
He claims the US should have never left Iraq, but since we’re out of that broken country, the US military should re-invade.
“We’re going to see Iran, in my opinion, move back in at literally the speed of light.
They’re going to move back in, and all of the work we’ve done — every young man that has lost his life in that country will have been for nothing.
Because we’ve got a president that does not understand what’s going on in that region,” Perry said.
And Politico adds this: Perryâ€™s fellow Republicans declined to join him in calling for a return of U.S. troops to Iraqi soil. Perry strategist Nelson Warfield emails to take issue with the original headline of this post, â€œPerry: Re-invade Iraq,â€ explaining: â€œRick Perry wants to establish a strategic presence in Iraq like we have in hot spots around the world.Â That’s not an invasion, that’s common sense.â€
Maybe, GOP common sense.