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Friday, September 17, 2010

Anti-masturbation campaigner wins Republican nomination (what a wanker)


Triumph for Mad Hatter of Tea Party
The United States' groundswell conservative political movement known as the Tea Party has scored its most stunning electoral victory yet, backing a long-shot candidate to win the Republican Party's Senate nomination in Delaware. The win, by marketing consultant Christine O'Donnell, a fundamentalist Christian who once headed a national TV campaign against masturbation, is a sharp rebuke to the Republican establishment which had backed the two-time former governor and nine-term congressman Mike Castle in the race.

What wanker has a problem with masturbation? The fundy Christian nutbars of the right are throwing up Tea Party candidates that are so extreme that there is no way mainstream American's will vote for them, these Christian extremists are simply unelectable and until the Republican party comes back to reality they won't oust Obama and he is almost guaranteed that second term.

O'Donnell's anti-masturbation campaign was hilariously called SALT (Saviours Alliance for Lifting the Truth), which is funny as she apparently is all about not rubbing the salt into anything.



I don't think fringe radical right Christianity beyond their own electorate will get elected by moderate America, Obama will get another 4 years to try and turn America around after Bush's dreadful 8 years.

10 Comments:

At 17/9/10 10:16 am, Anonymous sdm said...

Obama is stuffed man. As much as you might like him, his poll numbers arent great. The Dems are distancing themselves from Obama, they look like they could lose one or both houses, and he is going to struggle even more to pass his agenda.

Obviously, its too early to call 2012, but things dont look good for a 2nd term.

 
At 17/9/10 12:19 pm, Anonymous compassionate conservative said...

These nut job candidates would be funny..except there is a fair bit of anger directed at the Democrats at present and many will end up winning.

God willing (or not) none of these morons would get through the actual public vote, the Tea Party Movement would be discredited...an electable moderate Republican would emerge and the US would have a proper choice. But I sure as hell wouldn't put the house on it!

The Republicans may throw up their McGovern..but he could turn out to be their Carter, and actually win!

 
At 17/9/10 12:20 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The fundy Christian nutbars of the right are throwing up Tea Party candidates that are so extreme that there is no way mainstream American's will vote for them, these Christian extremists are simply unelectable and until the Republican party comes back to reality they won't oust Obama and he is almost guaranteed that second term. "

Apparently Tea party candidates have already won elections (Delaware) so they are obviously not as unelectable as you make them out to be.

I think you underestimate how disliked Obama is. I suspect that your Nelsonian blindness and hatred of republicans is getting in the way of your achieving any kind of objective analysis of the situation. The US is way more right wing than you realise.

 
At 17/9/10 12:27 pm, Anonymous AAMC said...

The Dems are jumping with joy as the Tea party take these nominations as it might just turn things back in their favour. It's the media that don't like Obama, cause he doesn't hand them easy sensationalist soundbites and favours one on one interviews over Whithouse press releases of which he has delivered far fewer than his predecessors. Despite what Rupert Murdoch might like us to believe it doesn't nessisarily reflect the true beliefs of the electorate. I'd say their chances are growing stronger, if in fact there are still moderate Americans out there. If the health care reforms start paying off and with them having spun the end of combat in Iraq those polls may just turn. I hope sanity prevails and the Republicans are seen to be as truly destructive as they are in their blanket opposition of anything that is associated with a Black president.

http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2010/09/broken-washington-201009

http://edition.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/us/2010/09/14/lk.bill.maher.palin.president.cnn.html

 
At 17/9/10 12:44 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The New Statesman Interviews: Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky is quoted as saying...
In the US, there is basically one party - the business party. It has two factions, called Democrats and Republicans, which are somewhat different but carry out variations on the same policies. By and large, I am opposed to those policies. As is most of the population.
http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article26371.htm

So, is there much point in debating if the Democrats or Republicans are going to win this or that? They are just a different side of a different coin.
More important is how to implement a party that WILL do something real for the people....

 
At 17/9/10 12:54 pm, Anonymous Tea Bagging said...

What is also underestimated is the stupidity of Americans. I feel sorry for Obama having to lead a bunch of morons.

 
At 17/9/10 2:41 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"It's the media that don't like Obama, cause he doesn't hand them easy sensationalist soundbites and favours one on one interviews over Whithouse press releases of which he has delivered far fewer than his predecessors"

Yes, its only the media hate Obama because he makes their news programmes difficult to edit. The rest of the nation luurves him.

 
At 17/9/10 3:53 pm, Anonymous AAMC said...

Nobody said the nation loved him. But the news as entertainment culture in Disneyland which likes soundbites rather than real discussion means the narrative is warped and influences opinion. But I agree with Anon 12.44, the Corporatocracy rules America, and whatever Obama's motives may be, he has very little power over the influence of the lobbyists.

 
At 18/9/10 8:23 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Christine is an interesting person. Very presentable and a great speaker. She's different but seems very smart and a real fighter.

I would not underestimate her. I sense that Americans are sick of the establishment politicians. I was pleased to see Obama win but he has been a massive disappointment.

She is a breath of fresh air. I hope she does well in the Senate vote.

 
At 19/9/10 2:08 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

and shes sooooo hot!

 

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