While I like to beat up on the jaw-dropping ineptitude of the Blogging Tories on a regular basis, there are a few that, some time ago, I simply stopped reading because they were so abysmally retarded, there was little point in refuting what was, quite simply, horrific stupidity, one example being "Dr. Roy" Eappen, whose blog output was (and still is) utter crap and who can't seem to put together a post without a generous helping of the word "Fiberal."
We're not talking low-hanging fruit here; we're talking someone who, with years of work, might one day aspire to be low-hanging fruit, so I would normally give the steaming turds he calls his blog posts a wide berth, except for the fact that he felt it necessary to contribute to the comments section over here so, what the hell, let's intellectually slap Dr. Roy around for a couple minutes, then send him on his way.
Let's check out this recent post of the good doctor's:
Do the dems finally have an Iraq plan?
If they do, it is not very clear or it is complete surrender.The dems are now in the majority in both house of congress. I hear no real alternative policies coming from the new majority...
Let's hear a comprehensive plan from Pelosi and Reid.
Let's first quickly dispense with this idiotic accusation using our favourite analogy, shall we? If you just got totally plastered at the local bar, then insisted on getting behind the wheel, and promptly ignored the continuous pleas from your passenger to slow down and let her drive, and finally ended up upside down in a ditch, you do not now have the right to turn to said passenger and, in a snarky tone of voice, say, "Yeah? Well, if you think you're so smart, what's your plan to fix all this now?"
Do we all understand that analogy? Please tell me that you understand it because, if you don't, you really are too fucking stupid to breathe. But it doesn't end there. Oh, no, there's more to this story.
As you are no doubt aware, dumbass imbeciles like Dr. Roy like to demand that the Dems present their plan to fix Iraq, but there's absolutely nothing to suggest, even if they came up with the most brilliant plan since someone muttered, "Yeah, all those grapes seems to have gone bad, but let's just taste them before we throw them out," that President Smirky McChimpster would have paid the slightest bit of attention anyway.
Recall what The Decider himself said during his recent, disastrous press conference:
It is clear that we need to change our strategy in Iraq. So my national security team, military commanders, and diplomats conducted a comprehensive review. We consulted Members of Congress from both parties, allies abroad, and distinguished outside experts. We benefited from the thoughtful recommendations of the Iraq Study Group — a bipartisan panel led by former Secretary of State James Baker and former Congressman Lee Hamilton.
Why, yes, there was a delightful, high-profile, bipartisan "Iraq Study Group" giving advice to Uncurious George, and he was ever so grateful to them and their valuable advice ... before he told them to fuck right off, that is.
The issue is not coming up with good ideas regarding Iraq -- lots of people have plenty of those. The issue is getting Commander Codpiece to actually consider some of them. But as I'm sure we now appreciate, that just ain't gonna happen.
The Dems have lots of suggestions as to how to try to salvage the situation. The problem is that George just doesn't want to hear them, and he's going to ignore them anyway.
And that, Dr. Roy, you unspeakable cretin, is not the fault of the Democrats.
BY THE WAY, DR. ROY, this is what happens when people try to give The Decider good advice. So howzabout you put a fucking sock in it?
ONE MORE TOWEL SNAP TO THE DOCTOR'S NADS. Check out this video clip over at Crooks and Liars. Pay careful attention to the first few seconds, where "The Decider" has decided to tell Congress to go fly a kite.
At this point, I believe we can consign Dr. Roy back to the compost heap from which we recently (and, mercifully, temporarily) uncovered him.