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Oh, I’m sorry, these are Republican political stories.

Ben Carson believes that Joseph built the pyramids to store grain – stone silos. People are upset, but, come on, all Republicans make up their version of history.

George HW Bush slams Rumsfeld and Cheney in new biography. Well, it certainly took him long enough to figure that out.

In Louisiana politics: “On Thursday, Louisiana Lt. Gov. Jay Dardenne, a Republican who was eliminated from the state’s gubernatorial race in the jungle primary last month, endorsed Democrat John Bel Edwards over [former Republican Senator David] Vitter for governor.”

The last time this happened the Republicans backed another Democrat named Edwards, Edwin Edwards. The Republican candidate was David Duke. The slogan was ‘The Lizard not the Wizard’. Vitter is just a pervert.

2 comments

1 Badtux { 11.06.15 at 10:25 am }

I believe Dr. Ben Carson has a new campaign slogan: “Ben Carson for President: Because crazy times need a crazy President.” I wonder, does he think Stonehenge is a dog park built by Noah?

I read GHWB’s take on why he didn’t go into Baghdad after Saddam, back in the mid 90’s. He pointed out that if we’d done that, we would have owned it and be stuck in the same quagmire that Britain had been stuck in during the 1920’s when they tried to own Iraq. Too bad Rummy, Cheney, and Sonny didn’t listen to Poppy. Hubris is believing history doesn’t apply to you. They had it in spades.

I’m surprised Diaper Dave even made it to the runoff. I guess there’s some people who would prefer him to be in the governor’s office rather than in the Senate, that’s all I can figure. That, and there’s a lot of perverts in Louisiana, which would not surprise me at all — scratch a religious right zealot, half the time you find a pervert trying to hide it.

2 Bryan { 11.06.15 at 1:29 pm }

Actually, Dr. Carson seems to be trying out “I forgot”, as in “I forgot that I didn’t apply for West Point.” It worked for Ronnie Raygun 😉

Colin Powell kept bringing that point up as the Pottery Barn Principle, but the neocons ignored him. What could a 4-star general know about war?

I would have thought that Vitter would have wanted to fade into the sunset, but Fundies are certain that they can do anything they want and be forgiven when they get caught.