Saturday, September 13, 2008


The polls are going south for Obama and the entire Democratic ticket. What to do? The first rule in a crisis, keep a level head. But the left has tossed out the rule book. Both Obama and his far left cronies are in desperation and its showing. Obama has committed an incredible gaffe with his latest attack ad on McCain and, in but another display of the completely unhinged, an article at the Huffington Post delves into pornographic obscenity to smear Gov. Palin. Who can blame them. I mean, all that is working for them so far, right?

All the facades are down on the far left. They are unable to respond to a crisis. Their radicalism and irrationality is on full display. It ain't pretty.

First up, the latest Obama attack ad which attempts to show just how out of touch McCain is with life in the 21st century. It does so by noting that McCain doesn't even send e-mails. The problem, its been well publicized that McCain can't do certain tasks as a result of the injuries he suffered from torture by the North Vietnamese - among them, comb his hair, tie his shoes, or . . . "use a keyboard." A huge rollup at Memorandum. That just reeks of a campaign spinning completely out of control.

Next up, an article by Michael Seitzman in the Huffington Post manages to be the the single most offensive and unhinged piece of tripe to come from the left to date. The article is "Sarah Palin Naked:"

I realized three things tonight. For one, if you are a McCain/Palin/Bush voter, you and I do not have a difference of opinion. We have a difference in brain power. Two, she really is as ignorant as I feared. And, three, she really is kinda hot. Basically, I want to have sex with her on my Barack Obama sheets while my wife reads aloud from the Constitution. (My wife is cool with this if I promise to "first wipe off Palin's tranny makeup." I married well.)

Now, I want to be clear and speak directly to those of you who LOVED that Palin interview. You're an idiot. I mean that. . . .

You know, with talent like that and that much obvious brain power, this guy could make on the NYT editorial board. He's got a future. In fact, it is my sincerest hope and desire that he should publish like articles daily between now and November. If he had a tip jar up, I would recommend that we all hit it to support this most intelligent of men in this greatest of endeabors because, as he says at the end, "The stakes are real and they're terrifyingly high. This election matters. It matters. It really matters." I couldn't agree more.

1 comment:

MK said...

Brilliant! Love the toon.