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Qtec
02-24-2010, 10:18 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Vanity Fair colleague Michael Wolff, though not a licensed clinician or chiropodist, renders what seems to me <span style='font-size: 14pt'>an inarguable diagnosis of the current conservative condition, i.e., they've gone loco:</span>

<span style='font-size: 20pt'>Republicans, once the party of boring sobriety and solidness, are now the party of the kooky, the cracked, the unhinged. Republicans are not conservative in the least. Rather, they act out in the most deranged and dramatic ways.</span>

Having whipped themselves into dishrag fatigue over the <u>socialist-fascist-satanic-nanny statism-TelePrompter totalitarianism cheese doodlies of the Obama administration, they've now revived to turn on each other, writing and pasting nasty things all over freshman Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown's high-school yearbook for voting for cloture on the jobs bill, thus betraying everything conservatism has stood for since the late William F. Buckley first lifted a salad fork and speared asparagus. How dare he,</u> or as Wonkette's Ken Layne put it:

Handsome nudist truck driver Scott Brown was the GOP’s BFF until he started “going rogue” on Monday with that whole “I’ll just give a helping hand to the Socialists, because we are the Communist Brotherhood” thing he pulled right there on C-SPAN, as if teabaggers didn’t even matter. Why doesn’t Scott Brown respect his Facebook friends and the, uh, Constitution?

Scott Brown is but the latest of the beauty-salon graduates driving conservatives to spazzy distraction. As NYCweboy argues, the Republican Party has become the fan club for attention-deficit teenage girls of all ages and sexes, unable to decide between Fabian and Frankie Avalon, infatuated with Zec Efron one month and all moony over Rob Pattison the next, smitten with Mitt Romney one campaign and pining over Marco Rubio the next. "[If] if Republicans have a crisis of leadership, it may be because conservatives have become some of the most fickle lovers of new faces: as fast as a new handsome dude (usually white, but occasionally tan) enters the room, their love of last year's model goes out the window." </div></div>


LOL

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wolfdancer
02-24-2010, 11:24 AM
I think Mr. Wolff summed it all up rather nicely.....it's a gift we
"wolves" seem to have been born with, along with a keen sense of smell that enabled us to point out, even before 9/11, that something was rotten in Denmark....a euphemism for 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

JohnnyD
02-25-2010, 02:12 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: wolfdancer</div><div class="ubbcode-body">I think Mr. Wolff summed it all up rather nicely.....it's a gift we
"wolves" seem to have been born with, along with a keen sense of smell that enabled us to point out, even before 9/11, that something was rotten in Denmark....a euphemism for 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
</div></div>Smell=shower.A euphemism for wolfdancer.