Thursday, August 28, 2008

English, as it be spoken.

Blogging Tory "Hunter" takes the English language out back, and rogers it with a stiff wire brush:

Today at lunch with some office mates, someone piped up and asked, "Will there be an election?" I think the guy was baiting the one outspoken Liberal in the crowd, knowing it would revoke a reaction. It did.

How mudfortunate.

AND SPEAKING OF MUDFORTUNATE, "Hunter" continues to make an ass of herself:

Funny how Liberals think Clinton was a good president even though he left in disgrace.

Yes, Hunter, it's purely a mystery, isn't it?

When it comes to these folks, you really are reduced to using simple pictures, aren't you?


Southern Quebec said...

Me, that is to say moi, believes that Hunter is just an optical dillusion...

Red Tory said...

Hmmm. Let’s see, Clinton’s approval rating on leaving office was approx. 60%. George Bush’s current approval rating… 30% (and that’s up considerably from last month’s even more dismal 21%). Now that’s “disgrace”!

Hunter never met a fact she didn’t ignore completely.

Renee said...

Yeah, this picture really says it all (it's important to differentiate between being "in disgrace" with being "disgraceful" - Bush's policies were disgraceful even when his approval rating was soaring).