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(The Atlantic Wire)   For this performance of Monty Python's Life of Brian, the People's Front of Judea will be played by CPAC, the Judean People's Front will be played by Pamela Gellar, and the Popular Front of Judea will be played by Chris Christie   (theatlanticwire.com) divider line 97
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2013-03-05 01:56:30 PM  
In 2008 , a crack blogger unit was sent to prison by Obama for a crime they didn't commit. These men and women promptly escaped from a maximum-security FEMA camp to the Washington, D.C. underground. Today, still wanted by the Libs,  they survive as bloggers of fortune. If you have a problem...if no one else can help...and if you can find them...maybe you can hire...The A- Team.

Pamela Geller as Captain Murdoch
Grover Norquist as John Hannibal Smith
Michelle Malkin as Lt. "Faceman" Peck
Bill Kristol as B.A. Baracas
Brent Bozell as General Stockwell
Erick Erickson as "Double E".
 
2013-03-05 01:59:50 PM  

vernonFL: In 2008 , a crack blogger unit was sent to prison by Obama for a crime they didn't commit. These men and women promptly escaped from a maximum-security FEMA camp to the Washington, D.C. underground. Today, still wanted by the Libs,  they survive as bloggers of fortune. If you have a problem...if no one else can help...and if you can find them...maybe you can hire...The A- Team.

Pamela Geller as Captain Murdoch
Grover Norquist as John Hannibal Smith
Michelle Malkin as Lt. "Faceman" Peck
Bill Kristol as B.A. Baracas
Brent Bozell as General Stockwell
Erick Erickson as "Double E".


This might be my favorite post ever
 
2013-03-05 02:02:30 PM  
FTFA: Young GOP Pollsters vs. Stuart Stevens: Young Internet-savvy Republicans were extremely frustrated with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens, for example, didn't tweet. And Stevens defended Romney's loss by saying Romney "carried the majority of middle-class voters" therefore "must be doing something right"  The New York Times' Robert Draper  spoke to several young conservatives who thought Stevens did a lot more wrong. Kristen Soltis Anderson said of Stevens' self-defense, "But you didn't win the election... I'm really glad you scored that touchdown in the third quarter, I am - but you lost the game!" Stevens later responded, "We don't have a 140 character problem in the Republican Party."

A lack of characters is not a problem with the GOP, they got plenty.

A lack of people with real character is their actual problem.

Along with a lack of good ideas, ethics, morality, common sense, a vision for the future, etc.

Nice chart and all, but I prefer the original.

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-05 02:02:47 PM  
The trolls are eating each other

again
 
2013-03-05 02:07:35 PM  
SPLITTERS!
 
2013-03-05 02:10:39 PM  

vernonFL: In 2008 , a crack blogger unit was sent to prison by Obama for a crime they didn't commit. These men and women promptly escaped from a maximum-security FEMA camp to the Washington, D.C. underground. Today, still wanted by the Libs,  they survive as bloggers of fortune. If you have a problem...if no one else can help...and if you can find them...maybe you can hire...The A- Team.

Pamela Geller as Captain Murdoch
Grover Norquist as John Hannibal Smith
Michelle Malkin as Lt. "Faceman" Peck
Bill Kristol as B.A. Baracas
Brent Bozell as General Stockwell
Erick Erickson as "Double E".


My only issue with this is: how can you nail down one person to be Murdoch?
 
2013-03-05 02:39:59 PM  
www.oocities.org
 
2013-03-05 02:43:05 PM  
F*cking BEAUTIFUL!

Just step back and enjoy, Dems.  Never stop the opposition when they are busy digging their own grave,
 
2013-03-05 03:03:52 PM  

quatchi: FTFA: Young GOP Pollsters vs. Stuart Stevens: Young Internet-savvy Republicans were extremely frustrated with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens, for example, didn't tweet. And Stevens defended Romney's loss by saying Romney "carried the majority of middle-class voters" therefore "must be doing something right"  The New York Times' Robert Draper  spoke to several young conservatives who thought Stevens did a lot more wrong. Kristen Soltis Anderson said of Stevens' self-defense, "But you didn't win the election... I'm really glad you scored that touchdown in the third quarter, I am - but you lost the game!" Stevens later responded, "We don't have a 140 character problem in the Republican Party."


I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.
 
2013-03-05 03:06:44 PM  
Who farkin' cares?

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-05 03:07:09 PM  

Sgt Otter: quatchi: FTFA: Young GOP Pollsters vs. Stuart Stevens: Young Internet-savvy Republicans were extremely frustrated with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens, for example, didn't tweet. And Stevens defended Romney's loss by saying Romney "carried the majority of middle-class voters" therefore "must be doing something right"  The New York Times' Robert Draper  spoke to several young conservatives who thought Stevens did a lot more wrong. Kristen Soltis Anderson said of Stevens' self-defense, "But you didn't win the election... I'm really glad you scored that touchdown in the third quarter, I am - but you lost the game!" Stevens later responded, "We don't have a 140 character problem in the Republican Party."

I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.


Lots of young people use Twitter.  Therefore if we use Twitter, we'll get the youth vote.  So simple, even a lib could understand it.
 
2013-03-05 03:07:32 PM  

Sgt Otter: quatchi: FTFA: Young GOP Pollsters vs. Stuart Stevens: Young Internet-savvy Republicans were extremely frustrated with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens, for example, didn't tweet. And Stevens defended Romney's loss by saying Romney "carried the majority of middle-class voters" therefore "must be doing something right"  The New York Times' Robert Draper  spoke to several young conservatives who thought Stevens did a lot more wrong. Kristen Soltis Anderson said of Stevens' self-defense, "But you didn't win the election... I'm really glad you scored that touchdown in the third quarter, I am - but you lost the game!" Stevens later responded, "We don't have a 140 character problem in the Republican Party."

I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.


It doesn't try to keep them silent, like the lamestream media?
 
2013-03-05 03:11:35 PM  
Eat each other and die choking, you horrible farkers.
 
2013-03-05 03:12:00 PM  
HAHAHAHA OH WOW

Geller vs. Grover Norquist: Geller thinks she was disinvited from CPAC because she criticized the anti-tax advocate. As The Right Scoop explains, Geller accused Norquist of shilling for Muslim radicals. "He and his Palestinian wife, Samah Alrayyes, who was director of communications for his Islamic Free Market Institute until they married in 2005, are very active in 'Muslim outreach,'" Geller said in 2010.

How's it feel to be in bed with the anti-Muslim extremists, Grover? Getting a little prickly?
 
2013-03-05 03:13:58 PM  
FTA...CPAC vs. GOProud: CPAC did not invite the gay Republican group GOProud, a decision organizers said was not about gay rights, but decorum. "From time to time, there are organizations or individuals who we think go over the top when they are our guests at CPAC and for years we've decided not to invite them again for the following year given that particular group of circumstances,

Granted, the feather boas were probably a bit much.

www.discoversd.net
 
2013-03-05 03:14:40 PM  
Which one of them wants to have babies?
 
2013-03-05 03:15:05 PM  

Maud Dib: FTA...CPAC vs. GOProud: CPAC did not invite the gay Republican group GOProud, a decision organizers said was not about gay rights, but decorum. "From time to time, there are organizations or individuals who we think go over the top when they are our guests at CPAC and for years we've decided not to invite them again for the following year given that particular group of circumstances,

Granted, the feather boas were probably a bit much.

[www.discoversd.net image 750x400]


... so help me, I thought "discoversd.com" was for South Dakota, not San Diego. It makes more sense now.
 
2013-03-05 03:15:05 PM  

Lionel Mandrake: Sgt Otter: quatchi: FTFA: Young GOP Pollsters vs. Stuart Stevens: Young Internet-savvy Republicans were extremely frustrated with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens, for example, didn't tweet. And Stevens defended Romney's loss by saying Romney "carried the majority of middle-class voters" therefore "must be doing something right"  The New York Times' Robert Draper  spoke to several young conservatives who thought Stevens did a lot more wrong. Kristen Soltis Anderson said of Stevens' self-defense, "But you didn't win the election... I'm really glad you scored that touchdown in the third quarter, I am - but you lost the game!" Stevens later responded, "We don't have a 140 character problem in the Republican Party."

I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.

It doesn't try to keep them silent, like the lamestream media?


No. They think its silencing them too. Google "twitter gulag".
 
2013-03-05 03:15:13 PM  
Ha...ha ha...ha.
 
2013-03-05 03:15:59 PM  

Egalitarian: HAHAHAHA OH WOW

Geller vs. Grover Norquist: Geller thinks she was disinvited from CPAC because she criticized the anti-tax advocate. As The Right Scoop explains, Geller accused Norquist of shilling for Muslim radicals. "He and his Palestinian wife, Samah Alrayyes, who was director of communications for his Islamic Free Market Institute until they married in 2005, are very active in 'Muslim outreach,'" Geller said in 2010.

How's it feel to be in bed with the anti-Muslim extremists, Grover? Getting a little prickly?


It's been like this for almost a decade. Grover's derp is limited to taxes - it's considerable, but his derp is all depth, no breadth. Rather like Gellar's, actually; though her derp is all Muslim-themed.

Grover's been fighting the good fight for a while, but I think even he's figured out by now that that's a Sisyphean task.
 
2013-03-05 03:17:46 PM  
So hating unions is not extreme enough, hating Muslims is too extreme, but inviting white nationalists is just right. Got it.
 
2013-03-05 03:18:24 PM  

Dr Dreidel: Egalitarian: HAHAHAHA OH WOW

Geller vs. Grover Norquist: Geller thinks she was disinvited from CPAC because she criticized the anti-tax advocate. As The Right Scoop explains, Geller accused Norquist of shilling for Muslim radicals. "He and his Palestinian wife, Samah Alrayyes, who was director of communications for his Islamic Free Market Institute until they married in 2005, are very active in 'Muslim outreach,'" Geller said in 2010.

How's it feel to be in bed with the anti-Muslim extremists, Grover? Getting a little prickly?

It's been like this for almost a decade. Grover's derp is limited to taxes - it's considerable, but his derp is all depth, no breadth. Rather like Gellar's, actually; though her derp is all Muslim-themed.

Grover's been fighting the good fight for a while, but I think even he's figured out by now that that's a Sisyphean task.


This year, his inner 13 year old turned 14, and suddenly noticed all these changes his body was going through.
 
2013-03-05 03:21:18 PM  

Dr Dreidel: Egalitarian: HAHAHAHA OH WOW

Geller vs. Grover Norquist: Geller thinks she was disinvited from CPAC because she criticized the anti-tax advocate. As The Right Scoop explains, Geller accused Norquist of shilling for Muslim radicals. "He and his Palestinian wife, Samah Alrayyes, who was director of communications for his Islamic Free Market Institute until they married in 2005, are very active in 'Muslim outreach,'" Geller said in 2010.

How's it feel to be in bed with the anti-Muslim extremists, Grover? Getting a little prickly?

It's been like this for almost a decade. Grover's derp is limited to taxes - it's considerable, but his derp is all depth, no breadth. Rather like Gellar's, actually; though her derp is all Muslim-themed.

Grover's been fighting the good fight for a while, but I think even he's figured out by now that that's a Sisyphean task.


But Gellar's oozes into every facet of life. Everything is evidence of creeping sharia and dhimmitude and the islomafacist takeover of everything.

It's impressive derp creep.
 
2013-03-05 03:22:32 PM  

verbaltoxin: This year, his inner 13 year old turned 14, and suddenly noticed all these changes his body was going through.


Nah. This is just Grover's one liberal blind spot (if you will) manifesting itself. The GOP lurves them some Norstquik when they're feeling too taxed, but any time the discussion moves to "the Muslim menace" they shunt him aside like...well, like he was a Muslim, actually.

It's like a 13 year old with a passion for a given topic - when talking about that topic, the kid almost sounds like an adult, but once the conversation turns back to video games or girls, 13 is still just 13.
 
2013-03-05 03:22:46 PM  

Stile4aly: Sgt Otter: quatchi: FTFA: Young GOP Pollsters vs. Stuart Stevens: Young Internet-savvy Republicans were extremely frustrated with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens, for example, didn't tweet. And Stevens defended Romney's loss by saying Romney "carried the majority of middle-class voters" therefore "must be doing something right"  The New York Times' Robert Draper  spoke to several young conservatives who thought Stevens did a lot more wrong. Kristen Soltis Anderson said of Stevens' self-defense, "But you didn't win the election... I'm really glad you scored that touchdown in the third quarter, I am - but you lost the game!" Stevens later responded, "We don't have a 140 character problem in the Republican Party."

I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.

Lots of young people use Twitter.  Therefore if we use Twitter, we'll get the youth vote.So simple, even a lib could understand it.


Weedlord Bonerhitler nods in agreement
 
2013-03-05 03:23:11 PM  

BSABSVR: So hating unions is not extreme enough, hating Muslims is too extreme, but inviting white nationalists is just right. Got it.


Which ones this year? American Renaissance? Jared Taylor? Youth for Western Civilization? VDARE? Council of Conservative Citizens?
 
2013-03-05 03:23:52 PM  

Stile4aly: Sgt Otter: quatchi: FTFA: Young GOP Pollsters vs. Stuart Stevens: Young Internet-savvy Republicans were extremely frustrated with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens, for example, didn't tweet. And Stevens defended Romney's loss by saying Romney "carried the majority of middle-class voters" therefore "must be doing something right"  The New York Times' Robert Draper  spoke to several young conservatives who thought Stevens did a lot more wrong. Kristen Soltis Anderson said of Stevens' self-defense, "But you didn't win the election... I'm really glad you scored that touchdown in the third quarter, I am - but you lost the game!" Stevens later responded, "We don't have a 140 character problem in the Republican Party."

I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.

Lots of young people use Twitter.  Therefore if we use Twitter, we'll get the youth vote.  So simple, even a lib could understand it.


The 140 character limit is helpful in limiting the amount of stupid that can be issued at a time.

/Which is not to say that many twitter users have not worked tirelessly perfecting derp compression algorithms.
 
2013-03-05 03:24:49 PM  

vernonFL: In 2008 , a crack blogger unit was sent to prison by Obama for a crime they didn't commit. These men and women promptly escaped from a maximum-security FEMA camp to the Washington, D.C. underground. Today, still wanted by the Libs,  they survive as bloggers of fortune. If you have a problem...if no one else can help...and if you can find them...maybe you can hire...The A- Team.

Pamela Geller as Captain Murdoch
Grover Norquist as John Hannibal Smith
Michelle Malkin as Lt. "Faceman" Peck
Bill Kristol as B.A. Baracas
Brent Bozell as General Stockwell
Erick Erickson as "Double E".


Shut down the intarwebs. We have a winner.
 
2013-03-05 03:29:21 PM  
Dimensio: ...
/Which is not to say that many twitter users have not worked tirelessly perfecting derp compression algorithms.


I am stealing your "derp compression algorithm" quip.
 
2013-03-05 03:29:41 PM  
What is Michelle Malkin's feud with CPAC about??
 
2013-03-05 03:34:06 PM  

Dimensio: /Which is not to say that many twitter users have not worked tirelessly perfecting derp compression algorithms.


Some of Sarah Palin's early tweets were masterpieces.
 
2013-03-05 03:35:56 PM  
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-05 03:38:34 PM  
No one is pointing at the Tea Party......the true problem.
 
2013-03-05 03:38:43 PM  

BSABSVR: No. They think its silencing them too. Google "twitter gulag".


Wow, the whole world really is against them.  The poor babies.
 
2013-03-05 03:38:51 PM  

TimSTP: What is Michelle Malkin's feud with CPAC about??


Michelle Malkin, a first generation Asian-American, is upset that they won't allow anti-immigrant, white nationalist, Neo-Nazi sympathizer Pamela Geller speak at CPAC.
 
2013-03-05 03:40:05 PM  
Wewease Cwis Cwistie!
 
2013-03-05 03:41:36 PM  
i love the center where all hands are pointing to bohner.

i'd hate to have his job.
 
2013-03-05 03:42:52 PM  

Almost Everybody Poops: i love the center where all hands are pointing to bohner.

i'd hate to have his job.


Look at it this way, it would be almost impossible for you to do a worse job of it than Boehner.
 
2013-03-05 03:44:04 PM  

Philip Francis Queeg: Almost Everybody Poops: i love the center where all hands are pointing to bohner.

i'd hate to have his job.

Look at it this way, it would be almost impossible for you to do a worse job of it than Boehner.


It's almost as if nihilist alcoholics don't make good decisions!
 
2013-03-05 03:45:14 PM  

Almost Everybody Poops: i love the center where all hands are pointing to bohner.

i'd hate to have his job.


what! drink, cry & blame your boss for you not doing your job & still get paid!!
 
2013-03-05 03:46:25 PM  

Sgt Otter: TimSTP: What is Michelle Malkin's feud with CPAC about??

Michelle Malkin, a first generation Asian-American, is upset that they won't allow anti-immigrant, white nationalist, Neo-Nazi sympathizer Pamela Geller speak at CPAC.


When you say it like that, it sounds like a Chappelle's Show sketch involving Margaret Cho.
 
2013-03-05 03:49:11 PM  

Sgt Otter: I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.


It is a free, simply way to get your message out to supporters. Not using it is kinda silly, no?

It can also be used for things like "Rally at <whereever> tomorrow. Tell friends!" might help get others out to hear your message.

or

"Did you hear what <opponent> and to say on <topic - with link to manufactured outrage>?"
Cheap, easy marketing. Why wouldn't you use it?
 
2013-03-05 03:49:51 PM  

Sgt Otter: quatchi: FTFA: Young GOP Pollsters vs. Stuart Stevens: Young Internet-savvy Republicans were extremely frustrated with Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Romney campaign manager Stuart Stevens, for example, didn't tweet. And Stevens defended Romney's loss by saying Romney "carried the majority of middle-class voters" therefore "must be doing something right"  The New York Times' Robert Draper  spoke to several young conservatives who thought Stevens did a lot more wrong. Kristen Soltis Anderson said of Stevens' self-defense, "But you didn't win the election... I'm really glad you scored that touchdown in the third quarter, I am - but you lost the game!" Stevens later responded, "We don't have a 140 character problem in the Republican Party."

I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.


I blame Vince McMahon
 
2013-03-05 03:51:14 PM  

PonceAlyosha: Philip Francis Queeg: Almost Everybody Poops: i love the center where all hands are pointing to bohner.

i'd hate to have his job.

Look at it this way, it would be almost impossible for you to do a worse job of it than Boehner.

It's almost as if nihilist alcoholics don't make good decisions!


I have yet to figure out how he kept the speakership.
 
2013-03-05 03:53:33 PM  

FrancoFile: Wewease Cwis Cwistie!


Nice.

/old enough to 'get it'.
 
2013-03-05 03:54:00 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: PonceAlyosha: Philip Francis Queeg: Almost Everybody Poops: i love the center where all hands are pointing to bohner.

i'd hate to have his job.

Look at it this way, it would be almost impossible for you to do a worse job of it than Boehner.

It's almost as if nihilist alcoholics don't make good decisions!

I have yet to figure out how he kept the speakership.


Nobody else wanted that particular poison chalice? I imagine Cantor will try and steal it  if the GOP makes any spinnable gains in the 2014 mid-terms though.
 
2013-03-05 03:58:30 PM  

JRaynor: Sgt Otter: I really can not fathom the GOP's obsession with farking Twitter.

It is a free, simply way to get your message out to supporters. Not using it is kinda silly, no?

It can also be used for things like "Rally at <whereever> tomorrow. Tell friends!" might help get others out to hear your message.

or

"Did you hear what <opponent> and to say on <topic - with link to manufactured outrage>?"
Cheap, easy marketing. Why wouldn't you use it?




But that's not their obsession. Their obsession is about "winning" twitter. They have this idea that "sure Obama won the whitehouse again. Oh well. The big news is Gateway Pundit just got his 40,000th follower and 3 of the top ten hash tags on twitter are conservative, so who is the real winner, here?"
 
2013-03-05 04:07:07 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: PonceAlyosha: Philip Francis Queeg: Almost Everybody Poops: i love the center where all hands are pointing to bohner.

i'd hate to have his job.

Look at it this way, it would be almost impossible for you to do a worse job of it than Boehner.

It's almost as if nihilist alcoholics don't make good decisions!

I have yet to figure out how he kept the speakership.


No one with any clout wanted it.

Yeah, the Tea Party wanted Cantor.  I think he likes being Majority Leader at the moment.  Plus, I think Cantor wants a Senate seat, but knows he doesn't have a chance at the moment.
 
2013-03-05 04:10:37 PM  

Sgt Otter: I really can not fathom the GOP's anyone's obsession with farking Twitter.


I'm tech savvy. I'm a programmer. I'm on the Internet a lot. (Too much.) I have a smart phone. I love Facebook. But God help me, I do not understand Twitter. I understand that if I had a brand to promote, I'd probably need a competent Twitter presence because lots of people use it...but I don't understand that. Gah.
 
2013-03-05 04:15:17 PM  

Fuggin Bizzy: Sgt Otter: I really can not fathom the GOP's anyone's obsession with farking Twitter.

I'm tech savvy. I'm a programmer. I'm on the Internet a lot. (Too much.) I have a smart phone. I love Facebook. But God help me, I do not understand Twitter. I understand that if I had a brand to promote, I'd probably need a competent Twitter presence because lots of people use it...but I don't understand that. Gah.


Don't try to understand why, just know that it is.
 
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