Anger is bad for the digestive system

August 29, 2012

I hate yelling obscenities at inanimate objects — makes me feel more of an idiot than usual –  so I’m staying away from watching the RNC on TV, plus the whole event makes me way-more than slightly nauseous.
Reminds me of a real-bad movie, poorly edited and way-badly acted.

One case in point, which triggers an underlying reason of the RNC’s nasty reality: An attendee at the Republican National Convention in Tampa on Tuesday allegedly threw nuts at a black camerawoman working for CNN and said “This is how we feed animals” before being removed from the convention, a network official confirmed to TPM.
And so it goes.

(Illustration found here).

Only in a nightmare could Mitt Romney win the presidency — the Republicans are so out of whack with itself, the horror of what could happen is beyond the mental scope of any sane child, one who could view bad as bad.
And nearly the entire — if not completely all — of the GOP’s intellectual and reasoning level at this point in worldwide history can be boiled down to one word: Lying.
And not giving a fat-rat’s ass about it.
Pollster Neil Newhouse, co-founder of Public Opinion Strategies and a Romney prankster, said Monday that facts don’t mean nothing — noting the false premise raised on President Obama’s welfare policies in recent Republican ads.
From Raw Story:

“You know, in the past, when people pointed out that something was inaccurate, why, campaigns pulled the ad,” he said.
“They were embarrassed.
“Today, they just blast ahead.
“You know, the various fact checkers look at some of these charges in the Obama ads and they say that they’re wrong, and inaccurate, and yet he just keeps on running them.”

In other words, Republicans have absolutely no shame.

And are cruel — Media Matters examines Wisconsin’s year-old concealed gun-permit law and if anything ‘serious’ has occurred in the state since then.

Cameron Gray, NRA news producer: Governor, after you signed concealed carry in Wisconsin — I was your first interview, it’s good to talk to you again — since then how has the Wild West been?
How have the crazy shootouts been? How out of control are the shootings in Wisconsin? [laughter]
Gov. Scott Walker: Well as you can imagine all the hysteria went just the opposite way… But none of the hysteria, none of the bad things we heard talked about.
Instead what we saw was law-abiding citizens having the ability to exercise the right to protect not only themselves but their family and property.

Asshole, what happened just a couple of weeks ago?

I shouldn’t start screaming again — way too early.
So I’m going outside, smoke a cigarette and gaze at an unusual sight here on California’s north coast — stars twinkling in the heavens.
And try and chill the f*uck out.

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