Via ThinkProgress, behold the unrelenting yet always amusing stupidity of the man we call the Huckster. When he was asked about the lack of success in locating Saddam’s WMDs during Thursday night’s Republican debate, he had this to say:
"Now everybody can look back and say, 'Oh, well, we didn't find the weapons.' Doesn't mean they weren't there. Just because you didn't find every Easter egg didn't mean that it wasn't planted."
Easter eggs? Seriously? I love this guy. Why address the question when you can make it all about religion?
We now return you to our regularly scheduled session of Big Daddy and the Conservative theatre of insanity. Can I get some popcorn over here?
And just because I haven't yet found those photos of Richard Evans and a hairless, Filipino boy named Ricardo, ... well, I'm sure you can see where I'm going with this.
CC, I'm sure you just misspoke ...
What's that heathen doing referencing the pagan celebration of Eostara?
I'm amazed at just how much Cold War Era negative-proof thinking has pervaded the consciousness of so many people. If they truly believe this, this is, indeed, mass hysteria.
Ha. I just watched that over at "Crooks & Liars". What a maroon.
He's also the one calling for a Constitutional Amendment to force the US Constitution to be 'more in line with God's law'. Because it is easier to change man's law than to change the unchanging word of god.
Yet at the GOP debate he said that he's comfortable with his faith and it defines who he is but he'd never force his faith on anyone else
Video's up on youtube. I was gonna chop it down to get to the relevant parts but I couldnt' find a decent freeware flv editor.
Yep... he's either a right nutter or he's the L. Ron Hubbard of the Republican party. Either way, he's dangerous.
"photos of Richard Evans and a hairless, Filipino boy named Ricardo"
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