Sunday, January 29, 2006

Just When You Think He Can't Get Any Dumber

Well, Republican Git is all full of smarmy good cheer because Georges Sada, a former top military adviser to Saddam Hussein, has just revealed that a certain infamous, war mongering ideologue made a visit to Baghdad in the mid-1980s.

And although RG is the fastest copy-paster in the west, I have scooped him. It turns out that no less than Saddam Hussein himself met with this nefarious schemer and I have obtained photographic evidence of the visit:


Donald Rumsfeld meets Saddam Hussein Dec. 20, 1983

Oh nuts! He was actually talking about another nefariously scheming, infamous, war mongering ideologue.

"Not [sic] ties with Iraq to bin Laden, right Libertards?"

(I always think of the French Revolution when he uses that made-up word. But in Spanish: Libertad, Igualdad, Fraternidad.)

Aaaaanyhoo, if bin Laden visited Baghdad in the eighties, um, so what? Why does Republican Git attach any significance to it with regard to showing up "libertards"? In the eighties, bin Laden could have been a gold card member of the Baghdad rape-room circuit and the U.S. wouldn't have cared. We were just happy that he was fighting the Russians in Afghanistan. Heck, he probably had fun-money in his pocket from the CIA that came from Pakistan's Inter Services Intelligence agency.

Oh! I know what a "libertard" is! It's a liberated leotard!

Nureyev a la 'libertard'

That it, RG?

"But then again, we all know libertards and the left wing of this country are allergic to what Generals have to say."

No. Just former generals of Saddam Hussein. But if you want to align yourself with that crowd, be my guest. Just allow me to take a few steps back first so's I don't get any of the secondary splash on me from the rancid pig entrails hurled in your direction as you loudly proclaim your loyalty to Saddam Hussein's generals.

"Kind of like how our generals say we need to retain or place more troops in Iraq, yet the libertards blame President Bush for not 'pulling everyone out.'"

(Tard-itty, tardtardtard! I bet RG is one of those blow hards that has to repeat over and over the punchline to a joke he just heard to everyone who was also present. "Only 1500 went down on the Titanic? Hee-haw! Only 1500 went down on the Titanic! Hoo boy that's a gut buster all right! Only 1500 went down on the Titanic!"*)

Actually, RG, I was thinking of "kind of like how" our generals (that's the United States of America's, not Iraq's -- I know you get a little confused about that, your liking Saddam's generals over our own and all) said we needed more troops in Iraq. And as far as blaming Bush for not pulling out . . . I do blame George Bush Sr. for not pulling out. I can't help but imagine this would have been a much better world for it.


*FYI: The set up to that joke is, "What's the difference between Bill Clinton and the Titanic?"

15 comments:

not_over_it said...

RepVet pretends not to know that bin Laden hated Saddam, that they met, tried to get along, but couldn't.

We've done bin Laden a favor by getting rid of Saddam and his secular government.

KEvronius said...

LMAO! that post was just swell!

ker-rist. could git be any more confused?

KEvron

Fantod said...

NOI, you got it! RepGit says "flypaper", we in the reality-based community say "terrorist training ground".

KEv, he's quickly approaching self-parody, ain't he?

Carl said...

Anybody point out to him that, since we laid down the flypaper, more people in more different countries have been killed in terrorist attacks than before we put down the flypaper?

Anonymous said...

Bin Laden: son of privelege and wealth
Bush: Ditto
Bin Laden: Unconcerned about killing people and blowing things up
Bush: Ditto
Bin Laden: Kept safe by rabid acolytes
Bush: Ditto
Bin Laden: Living in his own little world
Bush: Ditto
Bin Laden:Bush is the best friend/enemy he ever had
Bush: Bin Laden is the best friend/enemy HE ever had.

Kismet? Voodoo innuendo? Or Brokeback Mountain.

"no matter how hard I try, I just can't quit you"

Britisher/5thestate

Red Tory said...

I can’t help but laugh at the hapless flailing of Republican Git (love that handle, btw) and his desperate, unending search to blame all the evils of the world on us dastardly “libertards” and our nefarious, muddle-headed scheming to undermine the fabric of America!

I wanted to say he’s like Eric Cartman with a blog, but I think he’d be a hell of a lot funnier and more outrageous.

Being surprisingly unoriginal, today, he has another article copied in its entirety from Newsmax as his latest post. Zzzzz… Bub, if I wanted to wipe my ass with Newsmax, I know where to find it... next to the crapper where it belongs.

vesti said...

Only 1500 went down on the Titanic? Hee-haw!

You know, there's something to be said for repeating the same punchline over and over ... just not three times in a row to punctuate the joke just told. Right now, I can say "I wish I knew how to quit you" in my "Brokeback Ennis" voice any time a make friend of mine touches me in any way, and it's COMEDY GOLD. But if I then say "GET IT - IT'S BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN, AND I'M NOT GAY!", then the joke is destroyed.

I had a roommate that would pummel his own lousy jokes in the exact manner you describe. He would also butcher movie lines horribly, and then laugh loudly while staring right at you, and if you didn't laugh along with him he would be all confused and saddened by the absence of validation.

A few years ago, while Fox was over-hyping the misbegotten show "Skin" (for a refresher: http://www.wvah.com/programs/skin/ronsilver.shtml), I would fill every uncomfortable conversation silence with:

"HER FATHER IS THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY"

I'm not much fun to be around in real life.

Fantod said...

I wanted to say he’s like Eric Cartman...

Like that episode when Cartman insists on shoe-horning in the word "hella" every other sentence. At least Cartman expresses a childlike curiousity about life, even if it is only an interst in the dark side, and is able to move on to greener pastures. RepGit's happy in his rut.


Right now, I can say "I wish I knew how to quit you" in my "Brokeback Ennis" voice...

Now that is much different! That's what I would call a running joke and is especially funny when in conjuction with a topical pop culture reference.

I hadn't heard of "Skin" before. Or, rather, I knew it when it was a sitcom called "Dharma and Greg."

Ron Silver as a porn movie producer? I'm outraged! That's as blasphemous as having an openly gay actor starring in the movie "Glans Penis."

13 Fox said...

Thanks for the publicity. I know I'm doing it right because you all have such jealousy and rage toward me, lol.

Keep it up,
RG...i mean Cartman.....I mean......yeah.

Parklife said...

lololoolooll...

RG's Dictionary:

pub·lic·i·ty ( P ) Pronunciation Key (p-bls-t)
1. people going to your website to make fun of you.

RG, you do realize, that you may use the public library computers to maintain your website. You can not "shower" in the bathrooms.

Carl said...

Republican Vet harrumphs with indignation...
Thanks for the publicity. I know I'm doing it right because you all have such jealousy and rage toward me, lol.


You mistake pity for jealousy, and if you express rage with loud guffaws, doesn't mean everyone else does ;-)

Carl said...

Parklife said...
RG, you do realize, that you may use the public library computers to maintain your website. You can not "shower" in the bathrooms.


He can. In fact, he pays men for the privilege...

republican vet said...

Lol, you girls just never stop talking about, huh?

republican vet said...

Lol, you girls just never stop talking about, huh?

Anyway, what's a Git?

I love your satire.

Fantod said...

Lol, you girls just never stop talking about, huh?

Huh?

Anyway, what's a Git?

git
Pronunciation: 'git
Function: noun
Etymology: variant of get, term of abuse, from get

British : a foolish or worthless person


I love your satire.

Thanks! I love your sarcasm.