Monday, February 8, 2010

Greedy, hypocritical quitter

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  1. You are so damn right. But why stop with only two adjectives?

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  2. and so utterly and infamously stupid - so much so she has to write her core beliefs in her hand as a reminder cheat sheet when the Q&A session gets too tough

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  3. Perhaps the kindest thing that can be said about her is that she's a joke.

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  4. All I have to say about her is... (hold on while I check my palm)

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  5. Unfortunately there's a whole army of US citizens who just adore her, and nothing we think about her endless - demonstrable - failures to qualify as a national political figure will make a dime's worth of difference to them......

    We have been introduced to our very own Evita.

    It is to weep.............

    :(

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  6. Damn if we don't need to play up Red Cedar's evocation of the new consensus about this beast, and I do not mean, to each other (the choir). I mean, demanding the media's naming, chapter and verse (as Andrew Sullivan did before the 2008 election), every lie she utters. For a start. But I am also not frightened of aggressive agitprop such as ACT UP NY plastered about Wall Street in the Burroughs-Wellcome glory days, "The government has blood on its hands." (Cf., Douglas Crimp) This lady wants blood, and she should not be denied its warmth, its scent, its texture, and its flavour and its gushing, throbbing warmth, just because she is such a rallying point for its spillage without the delectation it deserves. Let her go down beneath its weight with every name that can be attached to it, from innocent American troops to uninsured American children, to the perpetually undernourished and rotting diabetic bastards she promotes with her ostentatious crucifix. Do it.

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