Step aside, Doug Feith. Kos is here.

Fucking stupidest thing I ever heard irritates the fuck out of me. Makes me want to shove someone (Democrat?) off the sidewalk into traffic.  Clue to DKos users: Anyone speaking this stupidly must be talking their own book.

With respect to Axelrod’s campaigneering confession that Obama has “played too nice” with Republicans, Kos sez:

It took them long enough to figure it out, but apparently, they finally have.

They finally figgered it!  Democraps more generally, too:

However, that’s [Obama’s squandering his historic election and Democratic majorities] water under the bridge. Nothing we can do about that now except hope that Democrats learned their lessons. And it seems like might have.

Markos Moulitsas is the stupidest fucking guy on the planet.  Water under bridge.  Nothing to do but “hope” Democrats learned a lesson.  Somebody, pull his pathetic fucking plug.…

That is literally the stupidest thing ever said in the 14-billion-trillion-gazillion mega-light-year history of the universe.  Send flowers to his bereaved loved ones, ’cause I’m sure he died of shame.  Fucking Toon Town ass-weasel.


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  1. Lynn Westmoreland.

  2. “Who is this Elmer Food guy, anyway?”

    • banger on September 29, 2011 at 12:23 am

    He’s not stupid at all. He’s a player and angling for whatever… I don’t even care to figure it out. Some say he’s allied to the intel establishment–he may be–a lot of CIA officials are “progressives,” believe it or not.

    The fact is that Obama was “compromising” because that’s what the oligarchs wanted him to do. Now, he did them proud and my guess is they want him to tack the other way. Why? Because the Republicans are so far out into the delusional that they are un-electable at least in the Presidential arena–they’ll lose the House if they keep up this stuff. Even the militant stupor of the American electorate is not going to tolerate policies that, literally, are created to destroy the country and civil society. Not that you can tell because their policies are so weird and irrational and contradictory that it’s hard to really get a handle on anything they say.

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