Fat Old Bald RINO Most Certainly Gone Insane

Imagine what His Imperial Majesty thought when he read this baffling bullshit, fresh from the flapping jaws of RINOcrat Karl Rove.

“I don’t think the tea party is going to seize upon Fort Lee and the George Washington Bridge as their defining difference for Chris Christie,” Rove said. “In fact, I think his handling of this, being straightforward, taking action, saying I’m responsible, firing the people, probably gives him some street cred with tea party Republicans who say ‘That’s what we want in a leader, someone who steps up and takes responsibility.’”

You can try, but you won’t succeed. Words cannot describe our incredulity that anything bipedal could be that utterly, completely ignorant of reality. Or perhaps bitterly clinging to the fifteen tubs of Crisco that he’d been looking forward to greasing his Golden Boy Kris Krispy’s flabby body with in preparation for ’16.

Then again, this is the same Einstein who pissed away the GOP ascendancy from 2000-2006, which is much like fucking up boiling water, and then went on to brilliantly foist losers McStain and RomneyCare on us. The same towering intellect and “strategist” whose organization, American Crosstoads, er roads, pissed away over $100,000,000 of their clients’ money in return for a stunning “success” rate of… 1.3%

Yes, O Mighty Rove, Kris Krispy has everything we Tea Partiers clamor for in a leader: A gun-grabbing, glowbull wormening-endorsing, illegal immigration-supporting, Ogabe-slobbering fuckwit who knows how to make ordinary, innocent people suffer when he can’t have his way.

He utterly and completely won us over with that temper tantrum of his, just as we gave up our half a decade long fight against Comrade Zero and embraced socialism the moment he made little old ladies piss themselves on a bus in Yellowstone because Weepy Boner hesitated more than five minutes before he agreed to give him everything he wanted. That moment, that very moment is when we realized that what really got our juices flowing and, ahem, hardened our resolve was a leader who dared punish the weak for things they had nothing to do with, just to show everybody who’s boss.

It’s fucking amazing that your Clown Circus even managed to break one percent in 2012. Somebody must have been handing out pity fucks that night.

Elsewhere, Allahpundit is creaming himself a bit, thinking that his darling Rove might be on to something.

Don’t stop believing, Allahpundit…

Thatisall.

17 comments

  1. 1
    Bones growls and barks:

    In-fuckin-credible that the old shrivelled up piece of shit thinks that I (or any real conservative) would vote for this fat bastard because he fired someone when they got CAUGHT! Oh NOES elevety1. Jackass, I will vote for someone you like right after I have my frontal lobotomy, or is that finish the bottle in front of me? Maybe both.

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    watchyerlane growls and barks:

    As a NJ resident who is also a proud TEA Party member, I have to say the old boy is out of his cotton picking mind. Christie has ZERO credibility with us NJ TEA Party types. We dislike him with great vigor and are only mildly sticking up for him only because of the Statist onslaught and the opportunity it gives us to pound libs on the head.
    Rove couldn’t be any more wrong if he tried….

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    Somebody piss test that fool.
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    BigDogg - Imperial Thread Killer (ITK) growls and barks:

    Translation: “I don’t think the tea party’s opinion of Fort Lee and the George Washington Bridge is going to make one bit of difference for Chris Christie. In fact, I think his handling of this, being straightforward, taking action, saying I’m responsible, firing the people, and the fact that we are the ones who really pull the strings when it comes to GOP presidential candidates, probably gives him the job as the shit sammich in 2016 that will be shoved down the throats of tea party Republicans who say ‘We want in a leader, someone who steps up and takes responsibility.’”

    Alternate translation: “Fuck the tea party. Who the hell else are they going to have to vote for???”

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    LC SecondMouse growls and barks:

    Rove is to the Tea Party what a fish is to a bicycle. Creatures like Karl Rove are clear and overwhelming proof that the Republican Party no longer serves the interests of the American people. Rove and others like him have made fortunes skimming money off of the huge political machine that federal politics has become, and this machine has managed to destroy any real distinction between the actions and behaviors of the Democrat and Republican parties.

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    HempRopeAndStreetlight growls and barks:

    Alternate translation: “Fuck the tea party. Who the hell else are they going to have to vote for???”

    Nobody – or our favorite execution implement if the choice is between two democrats again. Fuck the establishment dick-suckers, they play chicken with the tea-party and they’re liable to end up testing the airbags on their Volvo..

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    DJ Allyn, MPSE growls and barks:

    Kris Krispy :em05:

    This whole thing is going to become very interesting. Of all the presumed hopefuls in 2016, Krispy probably has/had the best chance of going up against Hillary.

    At least that was the conventional wisdom up until now. It will be fun to see if fat boy is able to jiggle his blubber enough to get beyond this little kerfuffle. It seems that there are some other revelations that are about ready to come out also.

    So far, I don’t see ANY candidate on either side that I can get excited about.

    ON A DIFFERENT NOTE:

    New theme revisions are almost done. It will come equipped with a revamped Colosseum option again.

    I am sure that a lot of you remember the colosseum
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    Darth Venomous growls and barks:

    Oh, thanks for giving away the surprise, Deej… :em08:

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    I’m still kind of doubtful about Hillary. I know she wants to run, and yes, she probably will, but I keep thinking she’s going to be 70 when her first term starts (if she wins), and she’s had some health issues. There’s a rational part of me that thinks she may not be able to physically maintain what’s needed in a campaign and further what’s needed for a POTUS.

    That said… we need someone who will galvanize conservatives, libertarians, liberty Republicans, etc. to challenge her – not someone for whom you vote while holding your nose. I have refused to do that, and I will not do that. I had decided a while back that if Christie got the nom, and the libertarians ran some retard, I’d vote for Hitlery. Period. At least I know what to expect from her.
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    LC Ohio Right Wing Nut growls and barks:

    Darth Venomous says:

    Oh, thanks for giving away the surprise, Deej…

    Wasn’t a surprise, He gave a peek of the plans on FB, last week? IIRC

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    LC Ohio Right Wing Nut says:

    Darth Venomous says:
    Oh, thanks for giving away the surprise, Deej…
    Wasn’t a surprise, He gave a peek of the plans on FB, last week? IIRC

    :em01:
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    DJ Allyn, MPSE growls and barks:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:

    That said… we need someone who will galvanize conservatives, libertarians, liberty Republicans, etc. to challenge her – not someone for whom you vote while holding your nose

    The thing is, in order for someone to WIN, they have to appeal to not only the base of one party, but also be able to reach across and capture more than a few centrists. You aren’t going to do that with a Rand Paul, or a Ted Cruz, or even a Sarah Palin-type candidate. For a hot moment, Krispy gave off the appearance of being able to reach across the political divide — at least in symbolic terms — but I think the marshmallow filling is starting to ooze out and people are beginning to see that it is a bit rancid.

    Hillary is no shoe-in either. I don’t see her age as a detriment, and I think she has more than enough stamina. Her problem is her negatives on the Right.

    I know that there is a push on the Left for Elizabeth Warren to enter the primaries in order to pose a challenge to push Hillary to the Left. She is never going to get the nomination in 2016 because I think people are tired of a direct run from Congress — especially a partial tenure in the Senate. Maybe a few more years…

    Like I said, I am not really seeing anyone that is really all that exciting. I cringe at the thought of Joe Biden throwing his hat into the ring, and IMHO I think Hillary time has come and gone.

    Yesterday gave me another reason to dislike Bill Clinton for signing the Telecommunications Act of 1996. In case nobody noticed it, a Federal Appeals Court has pretty much removed “Net Neutrality” from the Internet, which will allow your ISP to act more like a cable company in the way it charges you for the content you view on the Internet. If this stands, expect to spend $20 just to watch Netflix — that is if your ISP offers it as an option — and that cost would be in addition to what you pay Netflix. Want to visit here at the Rott? Are you on one of those packages that allow you to come here? Pay your ISP a little more money, and they will allow you to visit.

    Breakage. This is a concept that you pay for a “package” that includes items or services that you will never use. Take for example your TV cable package. You might have 500+ channels on it, but in reality you are only watching ten of them. At least two of those channels are part of another package and the only way to get them is to purchase the much larger package. In other words, you spend more money for a whole lot of things you will NEVER use, in order to get the few things that you do want to see.

    ISPs have been trying to get this same principle on the Internet for quite some time — and it now looks like they are going to get it — thanks to the Telecommunications Act of 1996.

    Want another example of “Breakage”? Did you get a gift card for Christmas? Someone spent $50 on a gift card and gave it to you as a present. You probably used up $35 of it and the card went into a drawer somewhere and was forgotten. After a few months, the card is no longer valid (yes, there is usually an expiration date on them) You have literally given that store $15 for not using it. Stores bank on this happening, and it does — quite often. If they sell a million cards a year, and each customer leaves a buck or two on those cards, well you get the idea. Consumer Reports said that in 2005 19 percent never redeemed their cards. That’s a shitload of “free money” to retailers.

    But I digress. My point was that Clinton (and by extension, his wife) are — and always have been — true Republicans in the old sense of the term. Bill went and signed the Telecommunications Act of 1996 over the protests of almost ever Democrat in Congress, even though everyone told him of the very negative consequences of such a bill. For me, that was MY turning point in being able to support him or Hillary.

    The remaining chickens have been coming home to roost on this one, and it isn’t going to be a good thing.
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    DJ Allyn, MPSE says:

    You aren’t going to do that with a Rand Paul, or a Ted Cruz, or even a Sarah Palin-type candidate.

    I disagree. Rand Paul has been really good at reaching centrists and even Democrats. I remember during his filibuster on drones, my old admin assistant, who had a framed photo of Barack Obama in her cubicle, said, “Wow, I really like this guy!” Palin? Oh, god no!DJ Allyn, MPSE says:

    For a hot moment, Krispy gave off the appearance of being able to reach across the political divide — at least in symbolic terms — but I think the marshmallow filling is starting to ooze out and people are beginning to see that it is a bit rancid.

    I would submit it’s more that he gave the impression of licking the assholes of various special interests. Note his turnabout on the DREAM Act.
    DJ Allyn, MPSE says:

    Hillary is no shoe-in either. I don’t see her age as a detriment, and I think she has more than enough stamina. Her problem is her negatives on the Right.

    I don’t think it’s necessarily her age, but rather her health. She’s had some health issues. Just not sure.

    I’m not excited about anyone out there right now either. And I probably won’t be.

    Don’t have time to discuss net neutrality right now, though. Need to shut down and head home. :em07:
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    DJ Allyn, MPSE growls and barks:

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:

    I disagree. Rand Paul has been really good at reaching centrists and even Democrats.

    Not from where I am sitting he isn’t. When they drill down into what Rand is all about, they are quickly turned off. I think that Rubio is in a much better position to sway some from the middle.

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:

    I would submit it’s more that he gave the impression of licking the assholes of various special interests. Note his turnabout on the DREAM Act.

    I think that a lot of people — Left, Right, and Center liked the forcefulness of his delivery — even if they didn’t agree with him. He doesn’t come off as wishy-washy or a bait n’ switch candidate. But I think after looking closer, they are seeing that he is a “bridge too far” on his governing.

    Look, both Bush and Obama were basically Bait n’ Switch presidents — it seems to be the formula in campaigning these days. I’m not talking about the usual broken campaign promises that ALL politicians go through, this is something much more calculating.

    I love how Obama is always being put forward as a “socialist” or a “communist”. But his biggest backers were from the Banksters and Wall Street. In fact, the only real group of people who have benefited from his administration over the past five years has been the investor class.

    LC Nicki the Resident Misanthropic Bitch says:

    I don’t think it’s necessarily her age, but rather her health. She’s had some health issues.

    How much of those “health problems” were exaggerated? Politicians seem to have “health problems” whenever they need to get out of the public scrutiny for a while. When things start to really go South, they resign “to be closer to their family”.

    It is still waaaay to early to make predictions on 2016 anyways. Two years is a lifetime when it comes to the making and breaking of a candidate — especially in this day and age of instantaneous news and blathering. Look at the 2012 crop of Republican candidates: It seemed like there was a new superstar emerging almost every week. How Romney became the last one standing is only a testament to the fact that he was the most boring of the bunch and stayed out of the spot light for most of the initial food fight.
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    DJ Allyn, MPSE says:

    Not from where I am sitting he isn’t. When they drill down into what Rand is all about, they are quickly turned off. I think that Rubio is in a much better position to sway some from the middle.

    You’re mirror imaging, my friend. Rand appeals to a hell of a lot of folks with the anti droning, anti NSA spying, marijuana stance, and fiscal conservatism. People I know that have been dedicated Democrats their entire lives are very impressed with him. But as you said, it’s quite a bit early.

    DJ Allyn, MPSE says:

    I think that a lot of people — Left, Right, and Center liked the forcefulness of his delivery — even if they didn’t agree with him. He doesn’t come off as wishy-washy or a bait n’ switch candidate. But I think after looking closer, they are seeing that he is a “bridge too far” on his governing.

    I was impressed with his forcefulness at first, but frankly, as you said, once you look past that, he’s a fucking douchebag.

    I love how Obama is always being put forward as a “socialist” or a “communist”. But his biggest backers were from the Banksters and Wall Street. In fact, the only real group of people who have benefited from his administration over the past five years has been the investor class.

    Crony capitalism has always been a staple of these types of regimes. They don’t dare call it that, but it’s been a fact of life.

    DJ Allyn, MPSE says:

    How much of those “health problems” were exaggerated? Politicians seem to have “health problems” whenever they need to get out of the public scrutiny for a while. When things start to really go South, they resign “to be closer to their family”.

    You’ve got a point. I don’t know. I won’t pretend to. Maybe you’re right, maybe her health issues have been blown out of proportion. Maybe she really has not been well. As you said, it’s early, so we’ll see. I can’t debate what I don’t know.
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    DJ Allyn, MPSE growls and barks:

    The Washington Examiner came out with this list of 33 GOP hopefuls for 2016:

    - Sen. Kelly Ayotte, of New Hampshire

    - Haley Barbour, former Mississippi governor

    - John Bolton, former ambassador to the United Nations

    - Jeb Bush, former Florida governor

    – Herman Cain, a radio host

    - Ben Carson, author and neurosurgeon

    – Chris Christie, New Jersey governor

    – Sen. Ted Cruz, of Texas

    – Mitch Daniels, former Indiana governor

    - Newt Gingrich, former House speaker

    - Nikki Haley, South Carolina governor

    - Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas governor

    - Bobby Jindal, Louisiana governor

    – John Kasich, Ohio governor

    - Rep. Peter King, of New York

    - Susana Martinez, New Mexico governor

    – Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor

    - Sen. Rand Paul, of Kentucky

    - Former Rep. Ron Paul, of Texas

    – Tim Pawlenty, former Minnesota governor

    – Mike Pence, Indiana governor

    – Rick Perry, Texas governor

    - Sen. Rob Portman, of Ohio

    - Condoleezza Rice, former secretary of state

    – Sen. Marco Rubio, of Florida

    – Rep. Paul Ryan, of Wisconsin

    – Brian Sandoval, Nevada governor

    - Rick Santorum, former Pennsylvania senator

    – Sen. Tim Scott, of South Carolina

    - Sen. John Thune, of South Dakota

    - Scott Walker, Wisconsin governor

    – Former Rep. Allen West, of Florida
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    DJ Allyn, MPSE says:

    The Washington Examiner came out with this list of 33 GOP hopefuls for 2016:
    - Sen. Kelly Ayotte, of New Hampshire
    - Haley Barbour, former Mississippi governor
    - John Bolton, former ambassador to the United Nations
    - Jeb Bush, former Florida governor
    – Herman Cain, a radio host
    - Ben Carson, author and neurosurgeon
    – Chris Christie, New Jersey governor
    – Sen. Ted Cruz, of Texas
    – Mitch Daniels, former Indiana governor
    - Newt Gingrich, former House speaker
    - Nikki Haley, South Carolina governor
    - Mike Huckabee, former Arkansas governor
    - Bobby Jindal, Louisiana governor
    – John Kasich, Ohio governor
    - Rep. Peter King, of New York
    - Susana Martinez, New Mexico governor
    – Sarah Palin, former Alaska governor
    - Sen. Rand Paul, of Kentucky
    - Former Rep. Ron Paul, of Texas
    – Tim Pawlenty, former Minnesota governor
    – Mike Pence, Indiana governor
    – Rick Perry, Texas governor
    - Sen. Rob Portman, of Ohio
    - Condoleezza Rice, former secretary of state
    – Sen. Marco Rubio, of Florida
    – Rep. Paul Ryan, of Wisconsin
    – Brian Sandoval, Nevada governor
    - Rick Santorum, former Pennsylvania senator
    – Sen. Tim Scott, of South Carolina
    - Sen. John Thune, of South Dakota
    - Scott Walker, Wisconsin governor
    – Former Rep. Allen West, of Florida
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    Is it wrong that the vast majority of them make me want to puke? I don’t mind Rand. I don’t mind Jindal, although, he’s kind of a nerd and doesn’t have the dynamic personality needed for mass appeal. Perry… I don’t know. He literally came off as dumb as a rock during the last campaign (even stealing ideas, phrases and words from Gary Johnson – verbatim!), but when he debated Hutchison he was decent. Meh.

    There are people on that list who don’t even want to be president. And then there are those that will ensure that I proudly cast my vote for Hillary: Gingrich, Santorum, Christie, etc. Not thrilled about Portman, definitely not thrilled about Palin.
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