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(The Hill)   Defeated GOP establishment candidate Mike Castle will not give Tea Party candidate Christine O'Donnell the pleasure of his endorsement. Looks like she'll have to pleasure herself   (thehill.com) divider line
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2010-09-15 8:30:47 AM  
way to go, GOP, your golem is angry and looking right at you. you could've won delaware. you could've won nevada easily. you could've won florida easily (though you may still).
 
2010-09-15 8:33:28 AM  
Fark is not your personal erotica site.
 
2010-09-15 8:43:00 AM  

Smidget the Hewittarian: Fark is not your personal erotica site.


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2010-09-15 9:26:15 AM  
Looks like the GOP can patent the "Angle Makeover." I'm interested to see if they play nice together.
 
2010-09-15 9:34:02 AM  

Smidget the Hewittarian: Fark is not your personal erotica site.


It's funny cause she's the one who says masturbation is wrong.

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2010-09-15 10:45:15 AM  

xiaodown: Smidget the Hewittarian: Fark is not your personal erotica site.

It's funny cause she's the one who says masturbation is wrong.

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If jerking off is a sin, Hell is going to have a new boss when I die.
 
2010-09-15 11:20:54 AM  
i've said it before and I'll say it again - the Republicans are in a LOT of trouble.
 
2010-09-15 11:22:13 AM  
If only the Democratic and Republican parties would split at the same time, we'd actually have a chance to save the country. This two party crap isn't working any more.
 
2010-09-15 11:28:36 AM  
Her disturbing victory makes extra-appreciative of having dodged the Palin bullet in 2008.
 
2010-09-15 11:32:24 AM  

Diogenes: Her disturbing victory makes extra-appreciative of having dodged the Palin bullet in 2008.


the tea party fanatics are going to split the Republican vote. they'll drive the remaining Republicans further to the right just to keep up, and they'll leave the moderates behind. By default, all those moderate voters will go to the democrats. Or maybe the Libertarians will actually make a play for the middle. stranger things have happened.
 
2010-09-15 11:53:45 AM  

Weaver95: Diogenes: Her disturbing victory makes extra-appreciative of having dodged the Palin bullet in 2008.

the tea party fanatics are going to split the Republican vote. they'll drive the remaining Republicans further to the right just to keep up, and they'll leave the moderates behind. By default, all those moderate voters will go to the democrats. Or maybe the Libertarians will actually make a play for the middle. stranger things have happened.


Whatever the ultimate outcome is, the Republicans are going to be shocked - SHOCKED - when the Democrats keep control of both houses of Congress after November. Then the teabaggers are going to go even fuller-retard and drive out every single non-teabagging RINO they can.

Seriously, are the teabaggers deliberately trying to find the most un-electable candidates in the universe?
 
2010-09-15 12:21:57 PM  

tnpir:
Seriously, are the teabaggers deliberately trying to find the most un-electable candidates in the universe?


interesting, isn't it? the teabaggers might actually speed up the destruction of the Republican party.
 
2010-09-15 12:23:54 PM  

Weaver95: Or maybe the Libertarians will actually make a play for the middle. stranger things have happened.


How's this for a stranger thing: you'll have a rump GOP and a formal "Tea Party" develop. The rump GOP (unburdened by the crazies) peels off some blue dog Democrats moving towards the center, leaving us with 2 1/2 parties: a left-center party, a right-center party, and a fascist party.
 
2010-09-15 12:25:59 PM  

tnpir: Seriously, are the teabaggers deliberately trying to find the most un-electable candidates in the universe?


No. They think they're finding the most electable candidates, because clearly every Real American hates masturbation and wants the government to seize houses of worship. And the votes of Real Americans are how elections are decided.

/Fake American
 
2010-09-15 12:28:13 PM  

Diogenes: Her disturbing victory makes extra-appreciative of having dodged the Palin bullet in 2008.


or as a farker put it, "stepped over a slowly rolling bullet."
 
2010-09-15 12:31:07 PM  
I'm actually kind of disappointed. I was hoping Castle would get the nomination and end up being an example of the times when Republicans weren't f*cking insane. I would rather have two sane parties than one party trying to govern and one party doing nothing but sabotage the entire process.
 
2010-09-15 12:33:51 PM  

FlashHarry: Diogenes: Her disturbing victory makes extra-appreciative of having dodged the Palin bullet in 2008.

or as a farker put it, "stepped over a slowly rolling bullet."


ROFL
 
2010-09-15 12:36:30 PM  

Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Weaver95: Or maybe the Libertarians will actually make a play for the middle. stranger things have happened.

How's this for a stranger thing: you'll have a rump GOP and a formal "Tea Party" develop. The rump GOP (unburdened by the crazies) peels off some blue dog Democrats moving towards the center, leaving us with 2 1/2 parties: a left-center party, a right-center party, and a fascist party.


Is this "new GOP" still insistent on dictating social issues? That's a dealbreaker for me.
 
2010-09-15 12:38:48 PM  

Weaver95: tnpir:
Seriously, are the teabaggers deliberately trying to find the most un-electable candidates in the universe?

interesting, isn't it? the teabaggers might actually speed up the destruction of the Republican party.


In Washington state the teabagger candidate for Congress lost to the GOP and now refuses to endorse the GOP guy, thus effectively splitting the support for the GOP.

I am surprised Koch did not see this coming.
 
2010-09-15 12:41:02 PM  
I cannot wait for the midterm elections to roll around. One way or another, they're going to be extremely entertaining.
 
2010-09-15 12:41:33 PM  

Hender: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Weaver95: Or maybe the Libertarians will actually make a play for the middle. stranger things have happened.

How's this for a stranger thing: you'll have a rump GOP and a formal "Tea Party" develop. The rump GOP (unburdened by the crazies) peels off some blue dog Democrats moving towards the center, leaving us with 2 1/2 parties: a left-center party, a right-center party, and a fascist party.

Is this "new GOP" still insistent on dictating social issues? That's a dealbreaker for me.


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;)
 
2010-09-15 12:42:25 PM  
This does not bode well for those saying "Can't wait for November." After 2006 and 2008, the 3rd time may not be the charm after all.
 
2010-09-15 12:43:01 PM  

FlashHarry: way to go, GOP, your golem is angry and looking right at you. you could've won delaware. you could've won nevada easily. you could've won florida easily (though you may still).


Golems are Jewish and as the great Republican Nixon said, "The Jews are irreligious, atheistic, immoral bunch of bastards."
 
2010-09-15 12:43:31 PM  

Weaver95: i've said it before and I'll say it again - the Republicans are in a LOT of trouble.


Either that or we're all farked come November 2nd.

Weaver95: Or maybe the Libertarians will actually make a play for the middle. stranger things have happened.


That'd be awesome. TBH I don't get why they don't - the Dems are spineless and the GOP constantly seek support from fringe extremists. It shouldn't be too hard to look decent in comparison.
 
2010-09-15 12:44:29 PM  
Eh. She won because she's against TARP, not because of her moonbat positions on sex.

I'm just glad somebody that voted for TARP has been fired. I don't care who has the majority in Congress because they're all a bunch of corrupt assbags anyways.
 
2010-09-15 12:44:40 PM  
I see what you did there, subby.

/good jorb
 
2010-09-15 12:44:56 PM  
We don't have 2 parties in this country, we have 2 groups of actors paid to playfight and distract us. The average citizen has zero say when it comes to who's really in charge.
 
2010-09-15 12:45:06 PM  
She could definitely make me stop masturbating.
 
2010-09-15 12:45:24 PM  
Teabaggers and the (R)etards here on fark keep saying how much liberals are "afraid" of Sarah Palin. They misunderstand. We're not afraid of her, we want her to keep doing her thing. It means more Democratic seats in the long run.

Personally, I hope the Republican party grows a spine at some point and returns to values that actually work for them. To spend 20 months sowing fear and distrust and propping up boogie men and then at the last second realize their base actually believes their crap, would be fun to watch except for how tragic it is.
 
2010-09-15 12:45:34 PM  

Phocks News: That'd be awesome. TBH I don't get why they don't - the Dems are spineless and the GOP constantly seek support from fringe extremists. It shouldn't be too hard to look decent in comparison.


I'm a Libertarian and I'd like to see that, but a lot of people in the LP are anti-immigration and all sorts of other weird crap.
 
2010-09-15 12:45:44 PM  
Where do the Tea Baggers stand on military budget? If they'll cut it, I'll vote for them.
 
2010-09-15 12:46:16 PM  
OK, who brought the DERP to the Mainpage? This is a horrible idea.

/Back
//Back to the Politics tab!
 
2010-09-15 12:46:21 PM  

Weaver95: i've said it before and I'll say it again - the Republicans are in a LOT of trouble.


Keep dreaming.
 
2010-09-15 12:46:44 PM  

Hender: Angry Drunk Bureaucrat: Weaver95: Or maybe the Libertarians will actually make a play for the middle. stranger things have happened.

How's this for a stranger thing: you'll have a rump GOP and a formal "Tea Party" develop. The rump GOP (unburdened by the crazies) peels off some blue dog Democrats moving towards the center, leaving us with 2 1/2 parties: a left-center party, a right-center party, and a fascist party.

Is this "new GOP" still insistent on dictating social issues? That's a dealbreaker for me.


Probably more along the lines of "just keep your personal life secret" than either "we support your personal choices" or "burn in hell sinner!"
 
2010-09-15 12:47:18 PM  
What they say:

Yap, you know we're just here to take out government back!

What they mean:

Let's return to segregation and make it illegal to be muslim.
 
2010-09-15 12:47:52 PM  

clovis69: FlashHarry: way to go, GOP, your golem is angry and looking right at you. you could've won delaware. you could've won nevada easily. you could've won florida easily (though you may still).

Golems are Jewish and as the great Republican Nixon said, "The Jews are irreligious, atheistic, immoral bunch of bastards."


and he was probably talking to Kissinger when he said it. Classy guy.
 
2010-09-15 12:48:22 PM  

incrdbil: Weaver95: i've said it before and I'll say it again - the Republicans are in a LOT of trouble.

Keep dreaming.


Now that's a compelling argument.
 
2010-09-15 12:48:24 PM  

Stanfan114: Weaver95: tnpir:
Seriously, are the teabaggers deliberately trying to find the most un-electable candidates in the universe?

interesting, isn't it? the teabaggers might actually speed up the destruction of the Republican party.

In Washington state the teabagger candidate for Congress lost to the GOP and now refuses to endorse the GOP guy, thus effectively splitting the support for the GOP.

I am surprised Koch did not see this coming.


It's at least as important to Koch et al to make the republican party an ever more reliable extension of their interests as it is to get it elected.
If it is elected and serves the voters than what is the point?
 
2010-09-15 12:48:27 PM  

incrdbil: Weaver95: i've said it before and I'll say it again - the Republicans are in a LOT of trouble.

Keep dreaming.


Well, long term, they're doomed. Just simple demographics.
 
2010-09-15 12:48:33 PM  

incrdbil: Weaver95: i've said it before and I'll say it again - the Republicans are in a LOT of trouble.

Keep dreaming.


They've already seemed to have alienated Weaver. That's like losing William F. Buckley around here.
 
2010-09-15 12:48:44 PM  

CarriePrejean: Where do the Tea Baggers stand on military budget? If they'll cut it, I'll vote for them.


See, this is why I'd like to see the Libertarians play for the center. A lot of people still hate the wars, but TEAM BLUE TEAM RED won't stop them (and don't pretend Iraq is over). And we might get rid of the stupid farking War on Drugs too.

/will vote straight Libertarian in November anyways, because at least it makes legislators listen when the LPTX says "you're in a close district, do you really want to make enemies with us too?"
 
2010-09-15 12:49:03 PM  

FlashHarry: way to go, GOP, your golem is angry and looking right at you. you could've won delaware. you could've won nevada easily. you could've won florida easily (though you may still).


This, is really frightening me. Crist needs to get out there and campaign, I can't believe Marco 'Teabag' Rubio is now leading the poles. Gotdamn this state so much.
 
2010-09-15 12:49:20 PM  
Delaware Republicans snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.

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2010-09-15 12:49:40 PM  

YixilTesiphon: I'm a Libertarian and I'd like to see that, but a lot of people in the LP are anti-immigration and all sorts of other weird crap.


I just want a party that is serious about de-militarization. LP or GP, whatever.
 
2010-09-15 12:49:51 PM  

tnpir: Seriously, are the teabaggers deliberately trying to find the most un-electable candidates in the universe?


The teabaggers are the "logical" outcome of conservatives embracing non-thinking, reptile-brain reflex politics. Watching the right wing eat itself is ALMOST worth the decade of non-stop republican farkery.

/also, ha ha
 
2010-09-15 12:50:03 PM  

CarriePrejean: Where do the Tea Baggers stand on military budget? If they'll cut it, I'll vote for them.


you're an idiot.
 
2010-09-15 12:50:53 PM  

doubled99: She could definitely make me stop masturbating.


just close your eyes and think of Ines.
 
2010-09-15 12:51:25 PM  

Marcus Aurelius: If only the Democratic and Republican parties would split at the same time, we'd actually have a chance to save the country. This two party crap isn't working any more.


You sound concerned.
 
2010-09-15 12:53:25 PM  

ilgallo: CarriePrejean: Where do the Tea Baggers stand on military budget? If they'll cut it, I'll vote for them.

you're an idiot.


More compelling arguments.
 
2010-09-15 12:54:22 PM  

CarriePrejean: YixilTesiphon: I'm a Libertarian and I'd like to see that, but a lot of people in the LP are anti-immigration and all sorts of other weird crap.

I just want a party that is serious about de-militarization. LP or GP, whatever.


Well, the LP can be counted on for that, at least:

"We support the maintenance of a sufficient military to defend the United States against aggression. The United States should both avoid entangling alliances and abandon its attempts to act as policeman for the world. We oppose any form of compulsory national service."

"American foreign policy should seek an America at peace with the world. Our foreign policy should emphasize defense against attack from abroad and enhance the likelihood of peace by avoiding foreign entanglements. We would end the current U.S. government policy of foreign intervention, including military and economic aid. We recognize the right of all people to resist tyranny and
defend themselves and their rights. We condemn the use of force, and especially the use of terrorism, against the innocent, regardless of whether such acts are committed by governments or by political or revolutionary groups."
 
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