And can I just say I don't think I have ever witnessed the degree of hatred against any other president, EVER, than President Obama. It is mind-boggling to me. I don't think I've ever HATED a president. Not like people hate Obama. I thought George W. was a complete doofus who couldn't string a sentence together ... but I didn't hate him. I just thought he was a doofus. I do, however HATE Rush Limbaugh and Ann Coulter. Two of the most soul-less Cretans on the face of the earth who have chosen to use the allotted time they have been given on this earth to spread hatred and ignorance to the masses.
What I think about is the absurdity of all politics. If Obama were a Republican, Republicans would be making excuses for all of his wrongs and praising his intellect, and humanity. THEY WOULD. But he's not one of them ... he's a Democrat (aka socialist/communist = to Hitler, to whom he has been compared to in the press. And vice-versa. George Bush was slammed by the left and the Democrats. So bottom line ... what does any of it REALLY MEAN? Why do people care so much? It's like life and death to some people. And I am not suggesting that people shouldn't care about government and the dishonesty that transpires, but it has become such a monumentally dysfunctional system that I, personally, do not have the energy to care. And yet, I get all pissed off when people talk about my boyfriend, even though I have to admit ... I have thought about breaking up with him because he's disappointed me as well.
Politics brings out the worst in people. Even me. I used to care a lot. Not so much anymore.
So let's move onto my favorite person to hate -- Rush Limbaugh. Did you hear what he said today? I literally laughed my ass off ...
From the Huffington Post:
Rush Limbaugh: 'I'm Too Famous' To Moderate GOP Debate
Rush Limbaugh responded to rumors that he could host a GOP debate with Sean Hannity and Mark Levin on Thursday.
"I don't see how I can do it. I'm too famous," Limbaugh said on his radio show Thursday. He added, "I think I'd overshadow it. I think I'm too famous... it'd be a tough call."
He was responding to reports that the Republican National Committee was considering him along with the two other conservative commentators as moderators for a Republican primary debate. The possibility, the Washington Examiner reported on Thursday, arose after Republicans alleged that journalists had targeted candidates with unfair questions during the 2012 debates.
On Thursday, Limbaugh clarified that if he were to moderate, the debate would be hosted for a conservative audience and not network television.
Gee Rush ... eat much?
Can you believe that there is a fairly good looking woman who for reasons unknown to me, married this tub of lard and gets naked with THAT? Let me tell you, if he were the last man on earth I'd fuck a frog first. So here's the thing. Rush couldn't monitor the debates because he would be unable to sit in his little radio bubble with no people around to ask him questions and stuff. You know ... having to actually think and respond to discussion. AS IF Rush Limbaugh could EVER, REALLY monitor a political debate!? LOL!!!! I actually would pay to see that ... it would be worth the laughs!
Until next time ... SMOOCHES DARLINGS! XOXO