Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Republicans:The Missing Link

Palintology-The belief that dinosaurs and humans co-existed, with humans utilizing pterodactyl as airliners, brontosaurus as steam shovels, woolly mammoth as dishwashers, stegosaurus as garbage disposals, and kept saber toothed tigers as pets. Humans also tooled around in stone cars, propelled by their feet accompanied by a bongo solo.
Just how patriotic are the people who support the GOP ticket? Patriotic enough to call for the assassination of a presidential candidate. Just how misguided are these window licking mouth breathers? The policies of the last eight years, the same policies that John "Mavericky" McCain and Sarah Palin are running on have caused retirements accounts to lose $2 trillion in the last 15 months. (Thank the Flying Spaghetti Monster that George Bush and John McCain weren't able to privatize Social Security) So instead of being pissed off that they are now likely to have to work until they die (in other words, worked to death), they take it out on the one person in Congress least likely to have caused it. That's not smart. That's fucking regressive. And so, there you have it, the missing link between the Neanderthals and modern man the Palintologisyts of the Republican Party.


Graeme said...

absolutely crazy

Snave said...

Todd and Sarah Flintstone, indeed... Our primest examples of Palintology. Fie on them and their pet dinosaur, 'Caino!

Their troglodyte followers have not evolved to the point of civilization yet, so naturally they will resort to violence first, especially when it involves something they are afraid of, like someone with actual thought processes, someone they are afraid of and therefore find threatening, or simple matters of science, such as a solar eclipse. Time to get out the clubs and wail on some people!

They are definitely a bridge to nowhere... are they really even a missing link?

GREAT post, Lew!!

Tom Harper said...

Ah yes, Jesus and dinosaurs. And don't forget, "global warming is just God hugging us closer."

I know it was Tina Fey who said that, but her Palin imitations are almost too accurate to be funny.