Why Don’t You Two Get A Room?

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I’ve been watching these two flirting while pretending not to flirt since about 2002. The elephant would watch the donkey all the time, and the donkey would watch back, while they pretended to hate each others’ guts. The donkey would pretend not to give a shit — not speaking to him, not returning his calls, but the whole time she’d look for excuses to be around while the elephant was in the room. It got to be pretty annoying after a while — the donkey would be flirting her ass off, and the whole time saying it was nothing, just a little bipartisanship, all in a spirit of compromise.

It only got worse after 2004 — the donkey practically throwing herself at the elephant, while acting all coy, like she didn’t even care, the elephant behaving like a cold bastard toward her, while anybody with half a brain in their head knew he really wanted to fuck her brains out.

The goddamn’ donkey got even worse around 2008 or so — smarmy coy looks, suggestive touching, soppy goo-goo eyes, all the time insisting there was nothing to it. Finally, about the time of the health care vote, she was all but falling all over the elephant, and it became insufferable. It was all I could do to keep from yelling “for crissakes, why don’t you two just get a room, already?”

Hat tip to political cartoonist Mike Flugennock for posting this at Corrente as well as at his own site.

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    • Edger on November 8, 2010 at 4:06 pm
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    Do That To Me One More Time!

  1. During his CBS 60 Minutes interview Obama correlates the right wing loons with those patriotic Apple Pie eaters.

    Just when you think Obama cannot be more of a doormat he flops down one more time.

       Pathetic.

    KROFT: No one at the news conference yesterday asked you about the Tea Party. According to the exit polls, four out of ten voters on Tuesday said they supported the movement. How seriously do you take the Tea Party, and will it make the task of finding common ground with the Republican Party more difficult?

    PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well, it’ll be interesting to see how it evolves. We have a long tradition in this country of a desire for limited government, the suspicion of the federal government, of a concern that government spends too much money. You know? I mean, that’s as American as apple pie. And although, you know, there’s a new label to this, I mean those sentiments are ones that a lot of people support and give voice to. Including a lot of Democrats

    • melvin on November 8, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    I thought maybe you were referring to Obama and Manmohan Singh.

    The engagement gifts included a fat contract with Boeing and a permanent seat on the security council.

    In his speech O at least had the decency to insert a few lines of boilerplate between the obligatory empty, but beautifully embellished praise of Gandhi – I wouldn’t be president were it not for Gandhiji, etc – and the push to get nuclear India on the council.

    What would Gandhi make of these rogues?

  2. …battered wife syndrome!

  3. …tanks edger.

  4. …has recently intoned,

    BETTER DEAD THAN RED

    …as in republican tea party red.

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