Thursday, December 12, 2013


50 dumbest things right wingers said in 2013 numbers 10-1.  From Rolling Stone.

The final ten. Eddie Munster, sorry Paul Ryan strikes again. I wonder if Steve King has any idea how much space seventy five pounds of pot takes up. Frankly I think Stutzman should be at the top of the list. And if Jeb Bush thinks he has a snow balls chance in hell of being elected president I'd like to know what he's been sniffing or which reality he's living in because it isn't mine. Yoho the yahoo on how tanking the US economy would "stabilize" world markets. Better go back to taking care of kittens and puppy dogs at your vet office. 

And the last three are pretty priceless. Rep. Young. You do know that it's against the law to knowingly hire illegal aliens. IE daddy dearest was part of the problem, not the solution. Rick, oh Rick. The concept of a classless society is supposedly the Marxist's unrealized ideal. What alternate reality did you pop in from this time. 

And the winner is - Nevada's Assemblyman Jim "if my constituents wanted to bring back slavery I'd support it" Wheeler. If your supporters decided that the Biblical three score and ten was a long enough life span for anyone and that folks should be "encouraged" to commit suicide when they hit the big 7 0 would you support that? 

Where do they find these people? And the voters who elect them? 

10. Rep. Paul Ryan – Wisconsin – “We’re not preaching austerity” on a budget that would slash $4.6 trillion in federal spending.

9. Rep. Steve King – Iowa – “For every one who’s a valedictorian, there’s another 100 out there who weigh 130 pounds and they’ve got calves the size of cantaloupes because they’re hauling 75 pounds of marijuana across the desert” on immigration and why he apposes the DREAM Act.

8. Rep, Marlin Stutzman – Indiana – “We’re not going to be disrespected. We have to get something out of this. And I don’t know what that even is” on the aims of the GOP’s government shutdown.

7. Rep. John Boehner – Ohio – “We’ve done our work” on the track record of the least productive congress in modern history.

6. Jeb Bush – “I don’t think there’s any Bush baggage at all” possible 2016 contender on the political consequences of the family name. (sound of me laughing hysterically)

5. Rep. Tim Walberg – Michigan – “Society itself is at risk and cannot continue” on the apocalyptic consequences of the Supreme Court’s gay marriage decisions.

4. Rep. Ted Yoho – Florida – “I think, personally, it would bring stability to the world markets” on the hidden upside of forcing America into default.

3. Rep. Don Young – Alaska – “My father had a ranch. We used to hire 50 to 60 wetbacks to pick tomatoes” doing his turn to aid the GOP’s Hispanic outreach.

2. Former senator Rick Santorum – Pennsylvania – “the middle class. Since when in America do we classes? That’s Marxism talk,” (where do they find these guys)

And the winner is…or is that loser? Depends on your point of view I guess.

1. Assemblyman Jim Wheeler – Nevada – “Yeah, I would,” when asked if he would vote to reinstate slavery if his constituents wanted it. 

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