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Tuesday, 01 June 2010 16:29

It Seems "Birds of a Feather" Do "Flock Together" and the Cuckoo's Nest Attracts All the Cuckoos!

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GOP Senate hopes ride with tea party activists

In Kentucky, the Republican Senate candidate stumbles over a question on racial segregation. In Connecticut, the party's hopes rest on an executive who banked millions on female wrestlers in skimpy outfits. In Nevada, one contender wants to phase out Social Security and another suggests trading chickens for medical care. Welcome to the 2010 battle for the Senate.

If you think things are as bad as they can get in America, think again, the Repuglican Tea-baggers are coming to make things worse than ever, if you let them.

Glenn Beck Attacks President's Daughter -- Days After Insisting That Families Of Public Figures Should Not Be Attacked

Apology unacceptable, especially since malicious vicious mockery is a tactic Glenn Beck uses to attract attention.  Mocking the President's 11 year old daughter is contemptible, and taunting a rival's wife after miscarriage is cruel and insane! 

... The slight outraged Beck, who got his revenge with what may rank as one of the cruelest bits in the history of morning radio. "A couple days after Kelly's wife, Terry, had a miscarriage, Beck called her live on the air and says, 'We hear you had a miscarriage,..."When Terry said, 'Yes,' Beck proceeded to joke about how Bruce [Kelly] apparently can't do anything right -- about he can't even have a baby."  

Beck has a history of meanness, a history of hate-filled insane acts of cruelty.  It would be better for the whole world if he would just shut up and disappear.

Political Pimping again, O'Keefe returns, whines incessantly:

Recently minted criminal James O'Keefe, fresh off his humiliating guilty plea in New Orleans, returns today with more stellar journalism work at Andrew Breitbart's Big Government site. O'Keefe's latest undercover effort is supposed to be some important scoop about how he got a job as a U.S. Census Bureau worker in New Jersey and got paid for a few hours he didn't actually work. Or so O'Keefe claims. 

If only these guys would put as much effort into doing something good, for America, as they put into trumped up gotcha going no where idiotic schemes, we'd all be better off!

"Media's White House "bribe" falsehood driven by discredited sources, Media turn to dubious right-wing sources to charge White House with a crime...On the May 25 edition of his Fox News show, Hannity hosts Sekulow and Toensing to charge that a crime occurred...Rove claims that 'somebody violated the law.'"

Always the same old, same old, boring faces with the same old boring statements, on the same old 24/7 Fox News Channel.  When will they learn, when will the lies stop, only after Repuglicans and all their cohorts are run out of business!