Keep your kids inside, and make your dawgs wear chastity belts! The craziest of the crazy are now running wild, mindlessly drunk on InsaniTEA. At a zoo, one can normally find a guide to help you understand the animals there, and I have found a guide to the Republicans at CPUKE, who I will not compare to animals out of respect for the animals.
The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) bills itself as an event convened to "crystallize the best of the conservative thought in America" that will showcase "all of the leading conservative organizations and speakers." Media covering CPAC 2013 should know that the conference’s speakers, from the most prominent to the lesser-known, have a history of launching smears, pushing conspiracy theories, and hyping myths about the validity of President Obama’s birth certificate.
CPAC 2013: A Rogue’s Gallery Of Smear Merchants …
Ann Coulter, Conservative Author
Coulter: Bill Clinton "Was A Very Good Rapist." During an interview with the New York Observer, Coulter responded to the question, "What should we remember about Bill Clinton?" by saying, "Well, he was a very good rapist. I think that should not be forgotten." [Media Matters, 1/12/05]
Coulter Attacked 9/11 Widows. In her book Godless, Coulter wrote of the women left widowed by the 9/11 attacks: "These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis. I’ve never seen people enjoying their husbands’ deaths so much." In a subsequent interview, she referred to the 9/11 widows as "cruel." [Media Matters, 6/8/06, 7/14/06]
At 2007 CPAC, Coulter Referred To John Edwards As A "Faggot." During CPAC in 2007, Coulter said she couldn’t "really talk about" former Democratic presidential nominee John Edwards because "you have to go into rehab if you use the word ‘faggot.’ " [Media Matters, 6/28/07]…
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Both Ed Schultz and Lawrence O’Donnell shared the highlights of day one.
Ed discussed them with Howard Fineman.
They knew that the camera was on them, but the were too stupid to care.
Lawrence’s panel included Anna Marie Cox, Alex Wagner and Ari Melber.
Republicans have an excellent reason to fear that America will define them with Romney’s 47% remark. It does define them. As expected they offered all hype and no policy.
The one good thing is that it’s good for the economy. No doubt hookers are cleaning up from the family values trade. I’m sure there’s more to come.