Somebody Call the Waaahmbulance for the Nutless NuConservatives (UPDATED)

So Dede Scuzzyflavor finally decided to drop out as she was trailing so far down at the bottom of the polls that dogs were pissing on her. Good for her. Of course, not doing so would only have made her look as even more of a whiny, stubborn assclown, but still. Thanks for getting out of the pool, Dede.

But what does this mean for the GOP? Hopefully, it will mean that they’ll start actually listening to their bread and butter, the base that they’ve been breaking it off in for well over a decade. But that’s not what the handwringing NuConservatives are saying. Oh no. What this means, according to the hyperventilating architects of the resounding asswhuppings of 2006 and 2008, is that a “purge” is forthcoming. That everybody who is not 110% Angus Grade Pure Conservative will be kicked out of the party and leave the GOP as a permanent minority.

And they use Dede “to the left of Nancy Lugosi” Scuzzyfavor as an example of that? Really? The problem with Dede wasn’t that she wasn’t “conservative enough”, the problem was that she was less conservative than the Democrat candidate. Card Check? Loves it. APORN? In tight with them. Abortion? Crank up the abortion mills. Taxes? Wouldn’t as much as get near a pledge to not raise them. Porkulus? Let the taxpayer funds roll!

“Not conservative enough?”

Not conservative at all, you puling RINO bastards.

Or try this one on for size: When she at long last pulled out, after the RNCC had spent more than a million bucks of GOP donations on her campaign, she declared that she had always been a proud Republican.

Is that so, Dede? Then why on Earth did you not only not urge your supporters to switch to the conservative candidate left in the race, but went as far, as some sources have it, as privately urging them to vote for the Democrat? Some “Republican” you are.

If Dede Scozzoflavia is what the NuConservatives mean when they talk about “moderate” conservatives that we need to run in order to win then yes, count us out. Steel yourselves for the purge. Voting for “moderate conservatives” like Dede would be no different from voting for the Democrat. As a matter of fact, it can be argued that the Democrat, Owens, in this case would be the more conservative choice. Heck, even Markos Moulos Moulos-Ghali said so, that Dede was the more progressive choice, right before he decided to unsay it, and if you have a flaming nutroot moonbat like MarKotz rooting for the “conservative” candidate, then you have a fucking problem, Houston.

But if you NuConservative root causes for the embarrassing defeats in ’06 and ’08 would care to come back to the real world for a moment, then here’s what actual conservatives like yours truly believe, vis-a-vis any “purging” of the GOP: We are fully aware of the fact that districts are different and that you most likely wouldn’t get very far with running a hard core Texan conservative in, say, Los Angeles. We are also not against ever supporting somebody who agrees with us on 75% of the issues just because he or she disagrees on the remaining 25%.

If you, for instance, have a conservative polling well in a “blue” district whose only flaw is a squishy stance on, say, abortion, then we can talk. If that same conservative is in favor of smaller government and lower taxes, then we can really talk. Our elected representatives’ stances on abortion don’t matter anyway. If Roe v Wade is ever to be overturned, then it’s a matter for the Supreme Court.

See? That’s what being “moderate” and “reaching out” is all about. You give and take. What you do not do is decide, behind closed doors in a smoke-filled room with the blinds drawn, who the voters in your district should support, as was the case with Dede. To that we have a huge, hearty “fuck you and the horse you limped in on.”

If you want us to vote for your candidates, then give us candidates that we have a reason to vote for. And no, “he or she has an “R” behind the name” is NOT a reason.

If you NuConservative numbnuts are concerned that we’re no longer going to support your ultra-liberal RINO candidates who won’t make a dent of difference in the exploding debt, government overreach and overregulation and -taxation, then you’re right to be concerned. We can get that from the Democrats just fine, no need to even get out to vote.

But if you think that we, as a result of NY-23, are all going to go support hopeless seventh party candidates polling in the single digits IF there is a Republican candidate available who, albeit not 100% pure, is at least a marked improvement over the NSDWP candidate, then you’re even dumber than we thought which is saying quite a bit.

What we ARE done with is the “strategy” that you keep pushing which is the exact same strategy that brought us compassionate “conservative” Dubya and the exploding federal budget as well as gave the Democrats the House, Senate and 1600 Penn Ave.

We’ve already tried that approach. You had free reign to pursue that “wonderful” strategy for eight long years, and all it got us was… Well, look around you.

If you think that us “purists” are going to let you pursue that even further, then you have a second thing coming. Playtime is over, you Inbred Imbecilic Ignoramuses. If you can’t live with that, then by all means go caucus with the Donks, because that’s exactly the effect your policies have had so far. Giving power to the Democrats. Might as well join their party and be honest about it.

Thatisall.

UPDATE: This just in, courtesy of Hot Air. From the yap of Scuzzyflavah:

You know me, and throughout my career, I have been always been an independent voice for the people I represent. I have stood for our honest principles, and a truthful discussion of the issues, even when it cost me personally and politically. Since beginning my campaign, I have told you that this election is not about me; it’s about the people of this District.

It is in this spirit that I am writing to let you know I am supporting Bill Owens for Congress and urge you to do the same. [Emphasis ours — Emp.M.]

Care to comment on this development from your “Republican” candidate, Newt? How about you, you whining NuConservative bitches? How, again, is somebody endorsing a Democrat over a Conservative a “moderate Republican” that we “need” in order to win elections? Are we to understand that the best way of winning elections is to endorse the Democrats?

Now shut up, you Frums and Brookses of the GOP. Go lay down with the other dinosaurs. Who knows, maybe in a few million years scientists will look at your fossils and wonder how something with that small a brain managed to walk on its hind legs and get dressed in the morning.

Thatisall.

40 comments

  1. 1

    Who did Scuzzyfuzzy blow in the first place to get the RNC to blow a million on her?

  2. 2
    Cheryl says:

    That was excellent news yesterday that Dede Szuzzifuzzi dropped out. I am hoping for a Hoffman victory. If anything it will give the demos something to squirm about, and will give encouragement to the Conservatives. At least the news is leaving the Newt wiping egg off his face. He has lost all credibility as far as I’m concerned. Correct me if I’m wrong, but he actually used the term “party elders” when he said that the Scuzz was chosen to run in District 23 by Pubican Party Elders!!?? Excuse me but are we living in Botswana where we have “elders” making decisions for us? Silly me, thinking there was still some semblance of a representative democracy in what’s left of this once great Country! Ugh! Guess the citizens of Northern NYS disobeyed their “elders” by supporting Mr. Hoffman! Bad children! :em01: :em99:

  3. 3

    Speaking of purges, I heard from someone who knows someone in NY-23. He said that there is a bit of a purge going on in the Republican party up there. A number of RINO’s have been stripped of their positions. :em01:

    Now I have absolutely no way to confirm this. Hopefully someone will see this from that area and be able to confirm :em69: or deny it. :em12:

  4. 4
    Muzzy says:

    Maybe she endorsed Owens because he’s just closer to the centre-right than Hoffman?

  5. 5
    LC Gunsniper says:

    In regards to Muzzy’s comment @ #4:

    :em99: :em01:

    You’re a card, mate.

  6. 6
    L.C. Darth Mope says:

    Steel yourselves for the purge.

    Heck, just looking at her makes one want to… wait for it…

    Gird yer loins!

  7. 7
    LC Wunderlampe says:

    M’lord Emperor,

    Let me just take this moment to point out something, something important. And that something is that this is exactly what Ayn Rand was warning conservatives about a long time ago. A very long time ago.

    This is going to keep on happening, because you can’t win this fight, not long term, without being able to win in in the arena of abstract reason. That’s the field you’ve got to control, and you don’t. I’m not telling anyone anything they don’t already know when I say that the Universities, the very centres of abstract reason are under the control of the other side.

  8. 8
    Southern Libertarian says:

    Emperor Misha I

    If you, for instance, have a conservative polling well in a “blue” district whose only flaw is a squishy stance on, say, abortion, then we can talk. If that same conservative is in favor of smaller government and lower taxes, then we can really talk. Our elected representatives’ stances on abortion don’t matter anyway. If Roe v Wade is ever to be overturned, then it’s a matter for the Supreme Court.

    Easier said than done sir. If all conservatives shared your viewpoint that limited govt takes priority over social issues like abortion then we wouldn’t be in this mess we are in today. Unfortunatly, that just isn’t the reality of the situation. Many of your so called “conservatives” only align themselves with that label because they are social conservatives and do not necessarily suport the goals of limited govt. Which is why the terms “conservative” and “liberal” are useless labels and always have been.

    I will agree that issues like abortion and gay marriage are important to conservatives, but many of those you call friends and colleages are all too hapy to throw away a perfectly good limited govt candidate simply because of a disagreement on abortion. Again I apppreciate how you feel about those issues and how others in your camp feel about those issues, however limited govt is priority one. When we win that battle then we can work out an agreement on the other issues.

  9. 9
    sig94 says:

    Mope, that makes me want to hide my loins in a hastily dug hole in the back yard.

    The problem with NY and other blue states is that our republicans are less conservative then democrats in red states. As far as Scozzafava is concerned:

    Political scientist Boris Shor did some sophisticated analyses of her voting record in the State Legislature, comparing her to legislators across the country. Her voting record puts her almost exactly in the middle of legislators nationwide. That means she’s a moderate, though slightly right of center in the context of New York.

    Shor also did more analysis on NY’s political leanings. It ain’t pretty.

    Scozzafava’s score puts her in the 58th percentile of her party, which makes her
    slightly more conservative than the average Republican legislator in Albany, so
    she’s a conservative in her party.[…]

    But, of course, she’s a New York Republican and conservative. And if you thought that Republican equals conservative, and Democratic equals liberal, you’d be pretty far off when looking at America’s 50 state legislatures. New York’s Republicans (along with Massachusetts’, Connecticut’s, Hawaii’s, and New Jersey’s) are the most liberal in the country, so much so that Democrats in Alabama, Arkansas, Idaho, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and South Carolina are all more conservative on average.

    Look no further than the NYS legislature and weep.

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    AyUaxe says:

    In regards to Southern Libertarian’s comment @ :

    What social and religious conservatives must realize is that limited government is an absolutely necessary prerequisite to getting their other views heard and addressed. The bigger gummint is, the more it self-perpetuates and the wider its bite becomes. Had the feds never gotten involved in the many areas of local and individual rights and powers that they have usurped, Rowe v. Wade being one example of many, we wouldn’t have the problems we do now. We’d have a rich and widely varying diversity of views, gummint “styles” and state legal systems living within a genuinely free nation. You could vote with your feet as a last resort, as some of us still do on some issues, like gun rights. That was the founding fathers’ intent. We need to get behind that whenever and however we can. Maybe we can appeal to our leges’ innate laziness and get them to just do less. That’s going to be one of my approaches to Mary Landrieu et al. in the coming days. Hopefully, it’ll work.

  12. 12
    LC Bulldada says:

    That fucker Hoffman better win this goddamned election.

  13. 13
    Princess Natasha, Decadent Delicious Deviant says:

    Southern Libertarian sez:

    Again I apppreciate how you feel about those issues and how others in your camp feel about those issues, however limited govt is priority one. When we win that battle then we can work out an agreement on the other issues.

    A-fucking-men to that! But to a lot of people, big government became a sacred cow they dare not slaughter. Well, I say it’s BURGER TIME!!!! :em03:

  14. 14
    hitnrun says:

    The calculus on the social issues vs economic issues, at the moment, largely comes down to the fact that the US is becoming more socially conservative (or at least holding its ground on those issues) but on the road to a collectivist toilet state.

    If you don’t believe me, just listen to the Democrats campaign. When they aren’t speaking to bien pensant sympathizers at million-dollar events in San Francisco, you’d think they were all God-fearing, gun toting, abortion opposing Minutemen in favor of traditional marriage. On economic fronts, on the other hand, liberals are not in full retreat and are pressing, enabled through an electoral perfect storm.

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    LC Ogrrre says:

    Maybe she endorsed Owens because he’s just closer to the centre-right than Hoffman?

    Asked the idiot who thinks that Josef Stalin was a moderate.

  16. 16
    LC Fei Long says:

    LC Ogrrre sez:

    Asked the idiot who thinks that Josef Stalin was a moderate.

    I’d rather Uncle Joe seize my means of production than this commie, if by means of production we mean testes.

  17. 17
    lc purple raider says:

    Maybe she endorsed Owens because he’s just closer to the centre-right than Hoffman?

    Put the crack pipe down, Muzzy! Leave it be!

    There, now breath clean air, isn’t that better.

    Owens is in no way, shape or form, close to the center, let alone the center-right position.

    Owens and Scuzzafava are political soul brothers, their jib is cut from the same cloth. They are both socialists. That means far left, not center.

    Hoffman is in the center.

    Now go to your Marxist training center and let your head explode over there.

  18. 18
    HoundOfDoom says:

    And now the NRCC is pleading ignorance of Dede’s record until it was too late here.

    Is anyone in management doing their damn jobs?

    And Newt doubled down AGAIN on his position on Fox News, decrying ‘litmus tests’. I think he’s really decrying the loss of his influence.

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    DaToad says:

    Imp. Librarian Azygos sez:

    Who did Scuzzyfuzzy blow in the first place

    Cripes, that thought produced a shudder. Thanks a lot Az.

    Anyway, after the salamander’s endorsement of Hoffman, he’s taking a beating on his website for backing her in the first place. What a tool. Maybe, just maybe, after this fiasco the idiots running the RNC will wake up.

    Princess Natasha, Decadent Delicious Deviant sez:

    Well, I say it’s BURGER TIME!!!!

    I’m with you, sister. I’ll order a couple of kegs and fire up the grill.

  20. 20

    Soon, I tend to think. Really soon. Exactly when? Unknown. But, if they continue, soon we’ll have the fire all around us. And then we can rebuild the ash heap into what it started as, and what our Founders saw.

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    HoundOfDoom says:

    DaToad inspired me to look up the blog @ the Gingrich site here. It’s a true spankfest. :em99:

  22. 22
    Physics Geek says:

    Commenters at Newt’s site are taking a chainsaw to him. IMHO, they aren’t going far enough. Now that the National GOP (and some honest to goodness conservative people who donated to the Shit Sandwich Party) is out one million dollars for supporting this DIABLO, I wonder if it will get its money back?

    Yeah, I know. Stop laughing.

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    Proud Infidel says:

    Well said, Emperor. Now stop and think about it, over the last 8 or so years the GOP has tried to be as moderate and centrist as ever. To the point that John McCain, the ultimate moderate Republican, was nominated for the Presidential election in ’08. And what happened? Most so called moderates and independents went for Obama. Yet we still hear all this nonsense how the GOP has to be more moderate and centrist if it wants to win. :em72:

    Tha fact is the GOP’s biggest electoral victories of the last 30 years or so have come when they embraced conservatism and presented conservative candidates for office. Period.

  24. 24
    LC hilljohnny says:

    In regards to HoundOfDoom’s comment @ :
    referencing HoD’s link i found this ;

    “We didn’t,” says the NRCC source about checking Scozzafava’s voting record and her previous campaign history for the New York state legislature. “The local party endorsed her; they didn’t endorse Hoffman or anyone else. She was their pick. That’s what we went on.”

    does this remind you of anyone currently defiling the highest office?
    “Don’t worry, the Chicago people say he’s okay and easier to work with than Hillary. No need to waste time checking his credentials.”

  25. 25
    AyUaxe says:

    The Rino “Big Tent” is nothing more than Scuzzifuzzi’s code pink poorly tailored frock–now all Rinos (Newt, McCain, and Snowe particularly) get da F under there and die from the fumes–NOW!

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    DarkStar says:

    Newt has ZERO credibility after he had that cute cozy couch affair with Her Bitchiness Nancy and drank the Klimate-KoolAid. He lost the ability to speak for or influence the conservative element.

    Newt has been infected by the same disease that every politician catches after they have been inside the beltway for longer than 1 term. It impedes their normal thought processes and they begin to think like liberals, claiming to be moderates. Pathetic, that is why I am convinced that the only cure is to fire them all and start over with a new batch every 2 years for congress and every 4 years for the senate, 6 years is much too long and theier election should be in odd years while the congress and President is in even years.

  27. 27
    Rain says:

    Living in NY 23, I’m getting an earful of this whole campaign. I cannot for the life of me figure out why the rncc ever chose the diablo in the first place. The majority of the Owens ads I hear on the radio are paid for SEIU… that should say something right there. I am so glad the election is tomorrow, just so I don’t have to hear any more SEIU commercials.

  28. 28
    anonymous hourly worker says:

    In regards to HoundOfDoom’s comment @

    Want some ketchup with that crow, Noot? Go clean out your desk, has-been. The grownups are pulling into the driveway. (Exeunt, singing a chorus “A Nation Once Again”…)

    That one left a mark.

  29. 29

    In regards to DarkStar’s comment @ 26: Oh FUCK yes! 1, max 2 terms. Period.

    Proud Infidel sez:

    Tha fact is the GOP’s biggest electoral victories of the last 30 years or so have come when they embraced conservatism and presented conservative candidates for office. Period.

    Ex-fucking-actly!!!!!!!!! The real American is proud of their nation. The REAL American doesn’t WANT this liberal bullshit. They want to stand on their own 2 feet and earn their daily bread. They don’t WANT a coddling cradle to grave interference in their lives. If you think otherwise, I doubt your status.

    But that’s just me. Born in 1955, raised by a family that stood proud of this nation, served 20 years protecting this nation, with a belief in the founding principles and the value of our Constitution.

    How far we have fallen.

  30. 30
    HoundOfDoom says:

    Oh, did you think that Doug Hoffman’s election would end it?

    Acorn Expected to protest NY-23 Election Results

    RCOB in 5..4..3..

  31. 31
    LC Gonzman says:

    Fuck that goddamn cum-drunk gutterslut and the horse she rode in on, Fuck Newt Gingrich, Fuck RINOS.

    Yeah, little fucking wonder libs and Democrats keep urging the GOP more left. Dems win more then.

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    Delftsman3 says:

    Princess Natasha, Decadent Delicious Deviant sez:

    Well, I say it’s BURGER TIME!!!!

    I like mine medium rare, N@T..still twitching isn’t bad either.

    One question/cause for concern though..when the time comes for the military to remember their oaths and help us clean out the rat’s nest we currently have in Washington; how many will do what’s required? It’s going to be a tough decision for many to make, I fear.

  33. 33
    HoundOfDoom says:

    Gingrich’ shame looks like it may be going viral

    Heh.

  34. 34

    In regards to Delftsman3’s comment @ 32: I know many.

  35. 35
    LC Proud Infidel says:

    At least we got rid of ONE Republican impersonator, pity we can’t shed AAAAhhhhnold!

  36. 36
    UK Soldier says:

    I know exactly how you guys feel, but instead of a few nutless wankers masquerading as Conservatives, the whole of our supposed ‘Conservative’ party is currently in bed with any England hating, pro-taliban, pro- Al quaeda communist student types it can shamelessly flaunt itself to successfully. The only parties we have that seem to be against this madness are the BNP, which besides a handful of policies is the same old thing, UKIP, which again have been successfully branded as ‘far-right’ by the party organs, and the UK libertarian party, which are at present too small to be noticed.

    Although finally people are waking up! Did any of you guys catch the attempted gang rape by the BBC of Nick Griffin, BNP leader on BBC Question time? If you haven’t, it’s easy to find on Youtube. Thanks to this widely publicised stunt to attempt to sacrifice freedom of speech and thought on the altar of Fascism With a Smile, it has backfired on them, pretty damn badly.

    Hope you’re all well, take care fellas.

  37. 37
    pedro4 says:

    When I see the Countess Scagula I think of a simple but descriptive A.J. Milne word: “Heffelump”. She has been promised a job with the Odiots, probably in transgendered relations. Good luck with that.

  38. 38
    HoundOfDoom says:

    Whatta heartbreaker in NY 23. At least the GOP knows not to piss conservatives off. Hope Doug runs again in 2012, this time with full GOP support.

    And Dede handed us a treasure with her tratorous activity. Her actions will be referenced for years to show what happens when you throw away principles.

  39. 39
    LC TerribleTroy, Imperial Centurion says:

    In regards to HoundOfDoom’s comment @

    I am disapointed in the loss, but if you look at this thing it sends the strongest of the messages of the three hot button elections.

    A third party candidate, completley anihilated the “party” pick, even after the party threw away a cool million, then the “party” candidate conceeds defeat and immediatly throws her votes for the other “party”. How fucking insane is that? And even with that going on the third party still made it a close race. And that is a message that is very much needed, and the RNC should listen to it.

    Fuck a “party”, a party to me is a bunch of conspiring pieces of shit, looking out for the “party” first and the nation second. :em96: I’m not joining any party till I find one that is the party of Common Fucking Sense (CFC)….

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    LC hilljohnny says:

    did Hoffman concede ? 20% of the vote has not been counted last i’ve seen. Hoffman is only behind by about 2,500 votes with maybe 20,000 to be counted.

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