The Worst Republican in the World (and 7 Things You Can Do About It)

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Actually, that headline is misleading. There’s a TIE for the Worst Republican in the World. It’s a tie between this Congressional candidate from Illinois, and this guy who is running a primary for the House of the Representatives – the STATE House of Representatives – in Florida.

Sure you’ve never heard of them, they are fringe candidates running without the support of the GOP, and the GOP has even denounced their insane comments…but meh. They are apropos of a national Republican Party that is something something all the things.

And I get this is the game we play. To paraphrase Charles C.W. Cooke (just because I can’t find the actual tweet), the formula when liberals play these games (knowing when they lie most in the media will swear by it) goes like this:

– Find something stupid some conservative said somewhere.
– Isolate it as the common thought amongst conservatives, because National leaders don’t denounce local crackpots.
– ???
– MSNBC

I don’t mind liberals acting like liberals. This is what they do. This is the game. My only rub is the handwringing from other Republicans, mimicking the lefts talking points that the crazy people liberals knowingly cherry picks out of obscurity speaks for all of us, and it’s the Tea Party’s/solve for x’s fault.

I’ve never been a big fan of “you must denounce” in the first place, but you want me to denounce? Fine. The idiots in the two links above don’t speak for me or any other sane person. All I ask is that when something stupid is inevitably said by anyone who has a (R-State) after their last name, some of my friends on the right consider these seven things before accepting the analyst job from NBC new. Maybe even counter with them:

1. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz are our friends. MSNBC and the Huffington Post are not.

2. “Abortion Barbie” is about as divisive as “Caribou Barbie,” which the former is a parodied response to.

3. If you aren’t outraged by Union protesters comparing Gov. Scott Walker to Hitler, or abortion protesters giving their tweenage daughters signs that say “If I wanted the government in my vagina I’d fuck a senator,” then your criticism of overzealous Tea Partiers is invalid.

4. Republican officials and Democrat officials both make equal amounts of idiotic comments. One just gets more media coverage.

5. Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck speak for all conservatives as much as Bill Maher and Michael Moore speak for all liberals. And Alex Jones speaks for neither of them.

6. I’m not a fan of Sarah Palin and Michelle Bachman either, but before criticizing all conservative women for being dumb, listen to some of the idiotic comments that come out of the mouths (and goes unchallenged by the media) from people like Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

7. Joe Biden.

Just a thought.

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10 thoughts on “The Worst Republican in the World (and 7 Things You Can Do About It)”

  1. I had a similar discussion with a liberal yesterday. I am not responsible, or represented by some crazy remark Newt Gingrich made 20 years ago

    1. And yet, Atilla, voters who self-identify as ‘Tea Party’ consistently score higher on science, current-events and political knowledge polls.

      This was most recently confirmed by Yale University whose scientists openly admitted they “expected a negative correlation between identifying with the Tea Party and science comprehension.”

    2. I won’t put a definite *is* here because I don’t know it for a fact and (unlike you) I’m willing to admit that, but it seems to me as if it would be much easier for uninformed and intellectually lazy people to vote Democrat. You see, unless you’re actually going out and looking for information, most of what you’re going to hear will come from mainstream news channels, Hollywood entertainment, and schools. What do all of these things have in common? They are all firmly leftist.

      Thus, people who don’t want to bother to think for themselves, it seems to me, are more likely to vote Democrat because that’s what the voices that dominate our culture say.

      Oh, and by the way, screw you.

  2. And yet, Atilla, voters who self-identify as ‘Tea Party’ consistently score higher on science, political and current-event knowledge polls. This was most recently confirmed by Yale University whose scientists openly admitted they ‘expected to find a negative correlation between identifying with the Tea Party and science comprehension.’

  3. “most Republican voters are uninformed and intellectually lazy” Provide a citation with some actual numerical evidence before making such a sweeping generalization – and no, you can’t hide behind “most.”

  4. These are candidates for a primary in each case. Their chances to win are beyond slim to none. So why are you helping the Dems out by pointing these 2 out? They get wind of this, if they haven’t already, and say see, see! THIS is what Republicans think. The Florida candidate tweeted emotionally. I could forgive him. But the gal in Illinois, she’s beyond Alex Jones. She’s in Jeff Rense’ world. HE makes Alex Jones look like, well as erudite as William F. Buckley. I’m not saying to bury our head in the sand on our whack jobs. But we should be pouncing on the Dynamic Duo of Idiocy, Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz.

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