Posts Tagged ‘creepy
Here’s the latest cucumbers-and-mayonnaise boring Cocktail Party Republican being pushed by the media today: John Thune edition.
Are we the only ones who see through this garbage?
This is the same sort of nonsense the media used to write about John McCain…and that they wrote about Bob Dole back in the mid-90s, when the Cocktail Party establishment wanted Dole to be the nominee (which was fine with us back then, because we wanted the Clintons to have their second term).
Now that we’re committed to defeating the Democrats in all that they do, we’re not going to let the media push these born losers like Thune as the GOP 2012 nominee without getting conservatives to take a long hard look at what the media does.
You do see that the Cocktail Party GOP establishment is working hard every day to make sure that Governor Palin is not the 2012 nominee…and that the state media actually helps the Cocktail Party get what it wants, because it knows soggy sandwiches like Thune won’t win an election against Obama. You see this, right?
Sometimes, when we read this junk the media puts out there, we feel like a little kid at a bad Children’s Theater production, where someone is in disguise trying to fool the other characters on the stage and the more observant kids can’t help but shout out “Don’t listen to him! That’s the bad guy! Don’t let him fool you! It’s a fake mustache!”.
There’s also something seriously creepy about John Thune that we just can’t put our finger on.
It might be that his name, John Thune, feels like something out of an Ira Levin novel or 1970s Richard Donner horror movie. “John Thune” makes us think of “Damien Thorne“. And that’s something we don’t want anywhere near the presidency.
He might be the nicest man in the world, but he seriously does give us the creeps, and it’s not just his name. There’s SOMETHING not right about him, in his eyes, when he smiles. We don’t trust him…in the same way that even before he hit it big on the national scene we found Obama to be creepy and not trustworthy. In life, we’ve found it best to always go with our gut on things like this.
The Cocktail Party keeps telling the media to push Thune, though.
We don’t know why.
Can any of you shed some light on this?
Frankly, the man is not someone we’d even want considered for Vice President. He can stay a Senator in South Dakota for as long as the people there want him, but we’re telling you, there’s something about him that gives us the CREEPS. That does not happen often, either.
Someone out there with video making skills needs to start turning all of Obama’s cult of personality creepiness against him — by recycling all of the most memorable 2008 campaign bits and showing how all of that Hope and Change measures up to the reality we’re experiencing.
One of the greatest tools we will all have against this administration going forward will prove to be the above “Obama kids” video, shot in California, at a Liberal school where parents indoctrinated their children into the Obama cult by having them learn and perform this Leni Reifenstahl-approved song.
It’s not just super-creepy…it’s political gold, and Republicans need to realize this. Pronto.
Think about it.
Just imagine how effective a video would be if it showed facts and figures about the Obamaspill Gulf Disaster, with these kids as the soundtrack. Intersperse images from the disaster with photos of Obama golfing, yucking it up with Paul McCartney and Beyonce in the White House, and generally behaving like the fool he is while the Gulf of Mexico is destroyed. Include the facts that Obama approved this well, that Obama waived the safety requirements to make drilling easier for BP, and document all of the international offers for help that Obama turned down which have made the disaster worse. Show the resistance the Obama Administration has given Governors Jindal and Barbour as they have tried to protect their states from this disaster…all while people hear those creepy kids singing their praises to Obama the Lightbringer.
This could be a very powerful visual.
And it can be repeated for every other disaster to come under this “president”.
He proclaimed himself a demigod who could do anything.
His cultists used children to literally sing his praises as a Lightbringer.
Every day, he fails the most basic tests of competence.
Call. Him. Out. On. It.
In as creative a way as possible to drive the point home to the American people.
The way former president Carter is all the way over to the right, removed from the rest of the group, means nothing, as we’re positive it was not done deliberately, but it does remind us of a similar shot of the current and former presidents (at the time), taken in the early ’90s, where Richard Nixon was also far removed on the right, clearly apart from his peers.
At the time we had the same thought we have looking at Carter: that Nixon wasn’t going to be around for much longer. It certainly feels like this is the last year we’ll have Carter with us — which is sad, but not as sad as it would have been a year ago, because our opinion of Carter plummeted in recent months, and doubt that’s going to change now. The fact that many Habitat for Humanity homes are literally falling down around their owners doesn’t help (as that’s the one saving grace Carter’s always had in our eyes as an Ex-President).
We’ve had three encounters with Carter through the years, one in Manhattan and two in Georgia, the most surreal of which was a trip to Atlanta in 2006, to the Carter Center, where we happened by the replica Oval Office at the heart of the museum to find what we thought was a very convincing animatronic, talking with what looked like a handful of other robots. Overhead, Carter’s voice narrated a talk about the Oval Office, the Resolute Desk, etc. And then, after a moment of awkwardness, we realized Carter himself was standing in the exhibit, with staffers, just looking around — perhaps even pretending it was 1977 again, wondering what he could have done differently from Day One to change everything for the better for himself. A woman behind us, when realizing the robot was, in fact, the real Jimmy Carter, excitedly shouted, “Lookit! It’s him! It’s really him!”, before sympathetically adding, in more hushed tones, “Isn’t that sad? They just keep ‘em in there like that.”
Carter gave a lecture later that afternoon at his Library and Museum that we attended, and that we remember as being sad and out of touch with reality. He rambled, lost his bearings a few times, and reminded us of all the many reasons he didn’t win a second term. We will forever think of him as a very nice man who never should have been president. Strangely, that’s actually how we feel about George W. Bush now as well.
There are more similarities between Carter and Obama than anyone in the media cares to admit — except for that very nice man part. In less than two weeks, Obama follows in Carter’s footsteps…Reagan’s, the two Bushes’, and Clinton’s as well, along with all the other men who’ve come before all of them.
In our opinion, there should have been a woman in a pantsuit in that photo above — because THAT would be change we can believe in, change from yet another shot of assorted men with red or blue ties. Maybe there will be a woman in a skirt with glasses rocking a pair of killer boots in that shot in 2013 (with or without Carter). Maybe we will finally get a pantsuit in there in 2017.
If we can finally get half the country to see that all the promised CHANGE! resulted in basically the same damn picture that’s always been taken: a bunch of men in suits, with red or blue ties, standing in an almost round room, just like all the many men of varying abilities before them.