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(Kansas City)   Kansas Republicans start to realize that the inmates have taken over the asylum   (kansascity.com) divider line 110
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2013-09-18 01:08:34 PM  
Opening a new RINO exhibit at the Topeka zoo, I see.  They don't have Koch money, and they won't have Koch success.  Sorry, everyone in Kansas.
 
2013-09-18 01:19:40 PM  
stickerish.com
 
2013-09-18 01:30:22 PM  
Looks like by 2016 the Teatards will be so marginalized they'll be forced to go sit on their plaid 1970s couches, fret about how America's gone down the shiatter, and spend their remaining days watching Fox News and sending FW:FW:Fw:FW:Fw emails to anyone that hasn't already blocked them as spam.
 
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2013-09-18 01:30:37 PM  
Usually you hear that sort of thing as part of a retirement announcement.
 
2013-09-18 01:43:39 PM  
Too late farkers.
 
2013-09-18 01:45:00 PM  
Good luck

/getting rid of all those voters is going to be a challenge
 
2013-09-18 01:58:54 PM  
Duncan said the two primary issues that Kansas Republicans vote on in GOP primaries are "the Second Amendment and its protections, like supporting conceal and carry, and being pro-life."

Not education...not health care...not sustainable economic growth...not a solid middle class...not a safe and efficient infrastructure...

guns and abortions.
 
2013-09-18 02:02:36 PM  
Idiots!
The problem is the base, not the hijackers.
Well, the hijackers too, but that base,,,
People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.
 
2013-09-18 02:05:55 PM  

Lionel Mandrake: Duncan said the two primary issues that Kansas Republicans vote on in GOP primaries are "the Second Amendment and its protections, like supporting conceal and carry, and being pro-life."

Not education...not health care...not sustainable economic growth...not a solid middle class...not a safe and efficient infrastructure...

guns and abortions.


Sort of like they're clinging to their guns and religion.
 
2013-09-18 02:06:44 PM  

snocone: Idiots!
The problem is the base, not the hijackers.
Well, the hijackers too, but that base,,,
People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.


It's like hijacking a plane bound for JFK and forcing it to land in LaGuardia.  Yes, it's not where you intended to go, but it's not far off, either.
 
2013-09-18 02:08:29 PM  
Burn the heretics!!!!

/I KEED I do enjoy watching the derpfest over the western boarder, though i am ashamed of the derpfest that is Missouri.
 
2013-09-18 02:09:29 PM  

propasaurus: Lionel Mandrake: Duncan said the two primary issues that Kansas Republicans vote on in GOP primaries are "the Second Amendment and its protections, like supporting conceal and carry, and being pro-life."

Not education...not health care...not sustainable economic growth...not a solid middle class...not a safe and efficient infrastructure...

guns and abortions.

Sort of like they're clinging to their guns and religion.


Hey..nothing wrong with tha--forget it, they're farked.
 
2013-09-18 02:11:16 PM  
FTA:
Traditional Republicans for Common Sense is led by more than 70 former Republican elected officials with more than 700 years of combined experience at the state and national level.


former = no power to change a thing
 
2013-09-18 02:11:23 PM  

propasaurus: Lionel Mandrake: Duncan said the two primary issues that Kansas Republicans vote on in GOP primaries are "the Second Amendment and its protections, like supporting conceal and carry, and being pro-life."

Not education...not health care...not sustainable economic growth...not a solid middle class...not a safe and efficient infrastructure...

guns and abortions.

Sort of like they're clinging to their guns and religion.


that's them in the corner.. that's them in the spot...light... clinging to guns and religion
 
2013-09-18 02:13:33 PM  

RedPhoenix122: snocone: Idiots!
The problem is the base, not the hijackers.
Well, the hijackers too, but that base,,,
People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.

It's like hijacking a plane bound for JFK and forcing it to land in LaGuardia.  Yes, it's not where you intended to go, but it's not far off, either.


A group of moderate suicide bombers in Kandahar  are calling on the Taliban to use less extreme methods
 
2013-09-18 02:14:18 PM  
No.

F*ckin.

Sympathy.

The quarks surrounding MY tiny violin appear to be roughly the size of the star Antares.
 
2013-09-18 02:15:12 PM  
I have no sympathy for Kentucky.  You dug the grave, now sleep in it.
 
2013-09-18 02:15:50 PM  

rev. dave: I have no sympathy for Kentucky.  You dug the grave, now sleep in it.


Dammit Kansas!
 
2013-09-18 02:16:24 PM  
You wanted the derp? You got the derp. Deal with it.
 
2013-09-18 02:17:06 PM  
Brownback is coming to round'em up now.
 
2013-09-18 02:17:52 PM  
How does that even work in a primary?

"I'm against all abortions!"
"I'm against even thinking about abortion!"
 
2013-09-18 02:18:27 PM  

Lionel Mandrake: Duncan said the two primary issues that Kansas Republicans vote on in GOP primaries are "the Second Amendment and its protections, like supporting conceal and carry, and being pro-life."

Not education...not health care...not sustainable economic growth...not a solid middle class...not a safe and efficient infrastructure...

guns and abortions.


================

 "We don't want to kill a fetus, we'll wait until the kid is born, then blow his brains out."   Kind of funny, ain't it?
 
2013-09-18 02:18:40 PM  
It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party. Sure it will throw the next few elections to the Democrats, but isn't that better than watching your state be chopped up wholesale and parceled out to vulture capitalists? In a different thread I mentioned that Boehner has to throw himself on the grenade of Tea Party extremism and do the right thing for the country, regardless of how it affects his personal career (and I mentioned that scores of Democrats did precisely that in 2009 when they sacrificed their political careers to make the ACA a reality). Country before party, and genuine conservatives need to step back from the brink whatever the consequences.
 
2013-09-18 02:19:09 PM  
blogs.browardpalmbeach.com

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treadmillofsisyphus.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-09-18 02:19:16 PM  
The current model for Wisconsin. I hope their watching.

/They are not.
 
2013-09-18 02:21:01 PM  
When you lie down with dogs, you get up with fleas.
 
2013-09-18 02:21:46 PM  
"We believe in limited government and market capitalism," Roth said. "There are parts of the new Republican Party that want me to be anti-immigrant, homophobic and other things I don't want to be. They want to count my church attendance. I'm not that type of Republican."

He must have watched the Newsroom season two finale.
 
2013-09-18 02:22:35 PM  
I thought it would be awhile but I think 2016 might be the full Republican civil war. We might see some skirmishes in 2014, but it will be full on 2016.
 
2013-09-18 02:22:46 PM  

clambam: It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party. Sure it will throw the next few elections to the Democrats, but isn't that better than watching your state be chopped up wholesale and parceled out to vulture capitalists? In a different thread I mentioned that Boehner has to throw himself on the grenade of Tea Party extremism and do the right thing for the country, regardless of how it affects his personal career (and I mentioned that scores of Democrats did precisely that in 2009 when they sacrificed their political careers to make the ACA a reality). Country before party, and genuine conservatives need to step back from the brink whatever the consequences.


That right there, is yer problem.
No Congresscritter is going to sacrifice their precious self for the good of The People.
None of the farkers we get to "vote"(Ha Ha) on have anything in mind but their own self interests.
 
2013-09-18 02:22:57 PM  

snocone: Idiots!
The problem is the base, not the hijackers.
Well, the hijackers too, but that base,,,
People are dumb, panicky dangerous animals and you know it.


There are no hijackers that  herpa derpa is the base. Old white farkers scared of dying, crying out to JESUS and longing for the glory of their youth. That is the Republican party.
 
2013-09-18 02:24:16 PM  

clambam: It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party.


Or just join the Democrats. Reasonable conservatives who want to work with (instead of saying no to everything) democrats are not shunned like the Republicans do to moderates.
 
2013-09-18 02:25:39 PM  

Corvus: clambam: It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party.

Or just join the Democrats. Reasonable conservatives who want to work with (instead of saying no to everything) democrats are not shunned like the Republicans do to moderates.


What do you call Reasonable conservatives who want to work with Democrats? Blue Dog Democrats.
 
2013-09-18 02:25:46 PM  

snocone: clambam: It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party. Sure it will throw the next few elections to the Democrats, but isn't that better than watching your state be chopped up wholesale and parceled out to vulture capitalists? In a different thread I mentioned that Boehner has to throw himself on the grenade of Tea Party extremism and do the right thing for the country, regardless of how it affects his personal career (and I mentioned that scores of Democrats did precisely that in 2009 when they sacrificed their political careers to make the ACA a reality). Country before party, and genuine conservatives need to step back from the brink whatever the consequences.

That right there, is yer problem.
No Congresscritter is going to sacrifice their precious self for the good of The People.
None of the farkers we get to "vote"(Ha Ha) on have anything in mind but their own self interests.


Please stop referring to them as "critters"  Critter almost alludes to "cute" like, you know, a squirrel, that cute little critter.
 
2013-09-18 02:30:34 PM  

tripleseven: snocone: clambam: It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party. Sure it will throw the next few elections to the Democrats, but isn't that better than watching your state be chopped up wholesale and parceled out to vulture capitalists? In a different thread I mentioned that Boehner has to throw himself on the grenade of Tea Party extremism and do the right thing for the country, regardless of how it affects his personal career (and I mentioned that scores of Democrats did precisely that in 2009 when they sacrificed their political careers to make the ACA a reality). Country before party, and genuine conservatives need to step back from the brink whatever the consequences.

That right there, is yer problem.
No Congresscritter is going to sacrifice their precious self for the good of The People.
None of the farkers we get to "vote"(Ha Ha) on have anything in mind but their own self interests.

Please stop referring to them as "critters"  Critter almost alludes to "cute" like, you know, a squirrel, that cute little critter.


Congresscriminals?
 
2013-09-18 02:31:56 PM  
The preferred nomenclature is lunatics.
 
2013-09-18 02:32:09 PM  

Headso: that's them in the corner.. that's them in the spot...light.


Actually if you google the lyrics to that song  REM it could just about be the theme for the Trad-GOP vs Tea Party upcoming shiatstorm
 
2013-09-18 02:32:58 PM  
As long as ya'll remain paralyzed by the "throw your vote away" and stay divided and conquered, things will not change.

I don't care if the only alternative is Mickey Mouse or Tinkerbell, DO NOT VOTE FOR ANY GOP or DFL.
 
2013-09-18 02:33:06 PM  

markie_farkie: Looks like by 2016 the Teatards will be so marginalized they'll be forced to go sit on their plaid 1970s couches, fret about how America's gone down the shiatter, and spend their remaining days watching Fox News and sending FW:FW:Fw:FW:Fw emails to anyone that hasn't already blocked them as spam.


Fortunately for them, voters will stay home in 2014, allowing them to remain in power a bit longer, especially in local and state offices. And there's a very good chance they'll be able to gain control of the Senate.

Anyone who doesn't vote in 2014 is in favor of the Tea Party remaining in power.
 
2013-09-18 02:37:02 PM  
GOP may want to look around: from the last 2 days

Fox News' Krauthammer: Cruz leading Republican 'suicide caucus' by opposing Obamacare

WSJ Editorial board compares Republicans to Kanmakazie pilots which may lead to 2014 Democratic takeover (fark ate link)

House Aide to Cruz Staffer: 'You're Not Dealing in Reality'
 
2013-09-18 02:40:31 PM  
You mean... the blitheringly moronic platform of the GOP/Teabaggers isn't turning out the way you'd hoped, and is dragging down what was once a rather fine state down to Mississippi levels of 'unfortunate'?

Well bless your heart.
 
2013-09-18 02:43:49 PM  

Witty_Retort: Fox News' Krauthammer: Cruz leading Republican 'suicide caucus' by opposing Obamacare


Wow. When Krauthammer says Republicans are being dumb, then they're being pretty damn dumb.
 
2013-09-18 02:44:53 PM  
Anyway, my original intent was to post this:

imageshack.us

You made your Goddamned bed, Kansas. I have no sympathy.
 
2013-09-18 02:47:29 PM  

rev. dave: rev. dave: I have no sympathy for Kentucky.  You dug the grave, now sleep in it.

Dammit Kansas!


Hey, we got Mitch McTurtleman and RANDPAUL.  Applies equally as well.
 
2013-09-18 02:47:30 PM  

snocone: tripleseven: snocone: clambam: It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party. Sure it will throw the next few elections to the Democrats, but isn't that better than watching your state be chopped up wholesale and parceled out to vulture capitalists? In a different thread I mentioned that Boehner has to throw himself on the grenade of Tea Party extremism and do the right thing for the country, regardless of how it affects his personal career (and I mentioned that scores of Democrats did precisely that in 2009 when they sacrificed their political careers to make the ACA a reality). Country before party, and genuine conservatives need to step back from the brink whatever the consequences.

That right there, is yer problem.
No Congresscritter is going to sacrifice their precious self for the good of The People.
None of the farkers we get to "vote"(Ha Ha) on have anything in mind but their own self interests.

Please stop referring to them as "critters"  Critter almost alludes to "cute" like, you know, a squirrel, that cute little critter.

Congresscriminals?


It'll do.
 
2013-09-18 02:48:28 PM  

snocone: clambam: It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party. Sure it will throw the next few elections to the Democrats, but isn't that better than watching your state be chopped up wholesale and parceled out to vulture capitalists? In a different thread I mentioned that Boehner has to throw himself on the grenade of Tea Party extremism and do the right thing for the country, regardless of how it affects his personal career (and I mentioned that scores of Democrats did precisely that in 2009 when they sacrificed their political careers to make the ACA a reality). Country before party, and genuine conservatives need to step back from the brink whatever the consequences.

That right there, is yer problem.
No Congresscritter is going to sacrifice their precious self for the good of The People.
None of the farkers we get to "vote"(Ha Ha) on have anything in mind but their own self interests.


And yet that is what precisely what the Democratic legislators from red states did in 2009. They sacrificed their precious selves for the good of the People. Boehner can go down in history as the repub Speaker of the House who presided over the the greatest political and economic disaster since the Great Depression and did nothing, or the one who saved his country at great personal cost. Which will it be, John? Hero or goat?
 
2013-09-18 02:55:57 PM  

SilentStrider: You wanted the derp? You got the derp. Deal with it.


I have the same feeling for the country in 2010:  You realized who the derpheads were and you still let them win because you didn't vote these asshats out~!

If you voted and still got the short end, I feel for you because your fellow voters in your state are pretty damn dumb to be voting for Satan and then complain when Satan does exactly what he said s/he would do.

The stupidest thing of all is:  Some Virginians will vote for that asshat Cuccinelli even though they know he's a farking asshat; but because he's got a "R" next to his name they want to vote for him.
 
2013-09-18 02:57:06 PM  

soporific: Anyone who doesn't vote in 2014 is in favor of the Tea Party remaining in power.


This.
 
2013-09-18 03:01:33 PM  

clambam: snocone: clambam: It's a "group," not a "party." The sensible conservatives need to secede from the repub Party and start their own party. Sure it will throw the next few elections to the Democrats, but isn't that better than watching your state be chopped up wholesale and parceled out to vulture capitalists? In a different thread I mentioned that Boehner has to throw himself on the grenade of Tea Party extremism and do the right thing for the country, regardless of how it affects his personal career (and I mentioned that scores of Democrats did precisely that in 2009 when they sacrificed their political careers to make the ACA a reality). Country before party, and genuine conservatives need to step back from the brink whatever the consequences.

That right there, is yer problem.
No Congresscritter is going to sacrifice their precious self for the good of The People.
None of the farkers we get to "vote"(Ha Ha) on have anything in mind but their own self interests.

And yet that is what precisely what the Democratic legislators from red states did in 2009. They sacrificed their precious selves for the good of the People. Boehner can go down in history as the repub Speaker of the House who presided over the the greatest political and economic disaster since the Great Depression and did nothing, or the one who saved his country at great personal cost. Which will it be, John? Hero or goat?


"Goat" $pays so very well.
 
2013-09-18 03:07:19 PM  
i.imgur.com

No seriously...good luck. You'll need it.
 
2013-09-18 03:15:25 PM  

Kittypie070: No.

F*ckin.

Sympathy.

The quarks surrounding MY tiny violin appear to be roughly the size of the star Antares.


That's a pretty small violin.

/Impressed
 
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