John McCain has finally had enough of his Republican teabagging cohorts, Rand Paul and Ted Cruz.
In the latest expression of Republican frustration with conservative GOP colleagues, Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) ...
Retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, ponders Bush v. Gore, the Supreme Court case that decided the 2000 presidential election.
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Move over Limbaugh, Hannity, Malkin, Savage, Beck, Ingraham and Levin. Another dumbass is soon to join the official fold of liars and fools spreading their twisted version of the conservative gospel to a witless audience.
Conservative talk radio host Neal Boortz announced his retirement Monday after four decades at the microphone, saying he will be replaced by former GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain.
“We tell people the cold, hard truth and the facts,” Cain told Boortz during his show Monday. “I want to continue to express my views and help educate people about what’s going on in this country. It’s like you say: the dumb masses are ruining this country.”
Now there’s a line that should be engraved in stone (upcoming illustration, I think): “the dumb masses are ruining this country.” What’s ironicstupid funny about the statement is that: a) it’s true and b) it was spoken by what could very well be the most ignorant, uninformed person to ever run for the presidency of the United States.
Nothing says more about the state of today’s GOP then knowing that for a short time last year, Herman Cain was the leading contender in the clown show they called the Republican primary. Stop to think about that for a moment. A majority of Republican voters believed that the best person to run their country was a know-nothing, self-promoting, grifter from Georgia.