Monday, June 17, 2013

Althouse & Instapundit Are Making A (Stillborn) Baby,...

Oh, Ann, Ann, Ann, you crazy loon you. 

You write with all the mental recall of a blade of grass. Here we go:
"Rubio has killed himself with his base through a classic example of hubris and Freshman overreach. 
He could have gotten behind an immigration bill, but getting behind this immigration bill, another cooked-up-in-a-backroom you’ve-got-to-pass-it-to-find-out-what’s-in-it monstrosity was a mistake. His second mistake, and the really fatal one, has been expressions of contempt toward his base. Suggesting that people who don’t support his bill are racist, and that American workers are dumb, is political poison. And his staff should know better than to say this kind of thing to any journalist, however friendly-seeming. All in all, a really disappointing performance from Rubio." 
Writes Instapundit."


Beyond the fact Ann sucks Glenn's dick for breakfast with Meade's permission (wrong: Ann doesn't have to ask Meade for shit) why is she quoting Instapundit? Is he giving us some brilliant insight into politics right now? No. As I've said a billion times, the ONLY story that's important is how fucked up the right-wing tastemakers who promoted Romney are - people like Ann and Glenn - and whether they're willing to change. That's it. They're the problem. We wouldn't be here without THEM. 

To look at Marco Rubio like "he's fucking up" is to be in total denial (and, in this context, could be called racist) or it's to change the subject away from the results of their own lame counsel.

Going back to Ann & Glenn's farce of a blog post:
"But why did the Freshman arrive at this hubris? How did he get into this position in the 'Gang of 8' from which he could do this overreaching?"
Let's see,...if I remember correctly, it's because you dingbats LOST AN UNLOSABLE ELECTION. Which would be YOUR FAULT again - not Rubio's:
"Seeing where he is and knowing that it was the insane, inane hopes that conservatives reflexively projected onto him, he understandably views this base as at least rather dumb and a tad racist."

Now that sentence I agree with - let's apply it to Obama's first election:
"Seeing where he was and knowing that it was the insane, inane hopes that liberals reflexively projected onto him, Obama understandably views Ann Althouse as at least rather dumb and a tad racist."

Hmmm. That actually makes sense from here:

Maybe Ol' Glenn's onto something after all,...


  1. I never got your animosity to Glenn.

    The Ann and Meade comments are funny.

    But you are right that this latest amnesty push is a symptom of a much broader and deeper disease. Rubio is an idiot for going along with Graham and McCain, but he is hardly the cause (neither is Glenn Reynolds).

    What is the point of supporting an "opposition" party that is not in opposition with the other side? They differ on a few points but they have essentially morphed. When Democrats Schumer, Kos, and underage whore fucker and favor taker Menendez are chiding the GOP on what is best for them (and Republicans are taking them seriously), something is fundamentally wrong.

  2. The trouble is that too many don't seem to like to abide by the notion of "equal under the law" when it doesn't suit them -- some pigs are more special than others; one's little group is most special of all and nobody wants to cast a critical eye on their own little groups (and when you think you're just marvelous, you're probably not)...the constant blathering about the Constitution and American values just adds to the hypocrisy.

    Is it any wonder then, that we get the politicians that we do? We ordered them up, so what do we have to bitch about when they prove us right deep down?

    We, society in general, need to flush out our brains and really start looking at ourselves before we can be trusted to vote again.
    It isn't just Rubio -- how many other new GOP heroes have let the base down as of late? Maybe don't make heroes and saviors of them? Maybe quit acting like Democrats, you won't get Democrats as your Republicans?