Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Al Gore Gets a BJ from Richard Cohen.

Cohen is hyperventilating so much while he's sucking off Al, it's amazing he didn't need a paper bag to huff into, too. Dig this:

You cannot see this film and not think of George W. Bush, the man who beat Gore in 2000. Bush has been studiously anti-science, a man of applied ignorance who has undernourished his mind with the empty calories of comfy dogma. For instance, his insistence on abstinence as the preferred method of birth control would be laughable were it not so reckless. It is similar to Bush's initial approach to global warming.

Whoa. Haven't seen the "Liberal=Uber Smart!!! Conservative=DUMMY HEAD!!!" argument since, well, the last time I read a liberal's droolings. The typical liberal is so busy projecting their psychoses on others, they lack the intellectual curiousity to ponder whether they're smoking rope or not.

One last slurp from Cohen:
He is master teacher, pedagogue, know-it-all, smarter than most of us, better informed and, having tried for and failed to gain the presidency, has raised his sights to save the world. We simply cannot afford for Al Gore to lose again.

Get a room, you losers.


Anonymous said...

I don't understand you Dirk. You bash liberals, yet you slam Republicans and can't seem to wait for them to get ousted in November. Well, if they are ousted, doesn't that mean the liberals take over? Your Independent Party never will take over and no real conservatives are going to be elected, so why cheer the demise of the Republicans if that means the Democrats rise to power to tax us all to death (need an example? Look no further than Corzine in NJ to see how Democratic rule equals loads of new taxes).

Dirk Belligerent said...

If the Stupid Party was the GOP that rode to the rescue and spurred the economy that Clinton wrongly got credit for thru sound fiscal policy, then I wouldn't be so fed up with them, but they've sacrificed all pretense of conservatism and are vitually indistiguishable from the Dems in their taxing, spending and border control policies.

Yes, the Libertarians (or any other third party) have no chance of getting elected, but just because the Democrats are far worse than the Republicans, doesn't make it acceptable to vote for the Stupid Party on DIRKWORLD®. Sorry, but when you vote for the lesser of two evils, you're still voting for evil.

Rush and Hannity are too soft on Team Dubya - oh, they make the noises of vague dissent - because the alternative is so much worse for everyone, but that doesn't change the fact that if the spendthrift Congress and President had a (D) after their names instead of (R), they'd be leading the charge to get them tossed.

Newt Gingrich was on the tele over the weekend warning that the GOP was heading for "a bad election". Considering he was the one who got them there in the first place and they went native the moment they cast him out, he's probably got it right, even though it'll lead to things going very wrong.