Mon Nov 12, 2012, 12:41 PM
SecularMotion (5,014 posts)
My Ten Favorite Kinds of Right-Wing Temper Tantrums
I remember how I felt when George W. Bush was reelected in 2004—that pit of absolute unthinkable, desparate despair—and so I guess I should have a little more sympathy for the 150 Million Waaahmbulances of the Apocalypse currently flailing all over Twitter. And, beyond that, I should probably be sad about the overt racism of our conservative youngsters and frightened at the gun-nuttiness of our gun nuts.
However. At least for right now, I AM NOT. I am just 99% completely fucking delighted by every single weepy right-wing temper tantrum. I can't stop hate-reading. I can't stop. And you know what? I don't need to stop. It's not like this was some arbitrary election for Homecoming Court—where we were choosing between Mitt Romney's totally on-trend bangs and Barack Obama's ability to pull off a structured blazer. The party that my team defeated on Tuesday was a nebulous, fiscally disastrous pitchfork mob—united by racism, xenophobia, self-interest, willful ignorance, hatred of the poor, and a puritanical desire to deny my gay friends their civil rights and me, PERSONALLY, equal access to health care and basic humanity. That's about as ungracious as it gets. So fuck being gracious.
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My Ten Favorite Kinds of Right-Wing Temper Tantrums (Original post)
Response to VPStoltz (Reply #2)
Mon Nov 12, 2012, 05:49 PM
Gumboot (70 posts)
5. We need to keep hammering home that point...
... Republicans haven't actually won an election since 1988 - 24 long years ago (George HW Bush).
That's a lot of self-marginalisation, but there's plenty more on the way for them now.
Gotta wonder how they're enjoying being a despised minority!
Response to SecularMotion (Original post)
Mon Nov 12, 2012, 03:09 PM
Katashi_itto (5,023 posts)
3. Screw being gracious, Teabaggers should be dragged through the streets.
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God for the good old days of feeding people to lions.