Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Meet the Fucknut(s)

Dare to be Stupid...and Lazy

I've had some new visitors recently, and since my shitty little blog is a rundown shack on the side of a weed-filled dirt road, every visit is a special occasion. My door is always open, and I never turn anybody away.

Still, I gotta tell ya, this fucking idiot really has me scratching my head. At first, I was really flattered when he dropped off his little rant. I mean, just look at all of those commas.

But when I followed the link to his own shitty little blog, it turns out that his comment here was just a cheap copy/paste job from his post there.

Or maybe he copied his comment and turned it into a post?

I dunno, it's confusing.

In any event, in looking over the comment thread he's generated, it looks to me like Fucknut went out to rustle up the group hug that he really wanted all along. Good for you, Fucknut. Good for you.

And I've found a whole new bunch of friends who have such fascinating things to say!

Sarge: "If Richard Nixon, a Republican, had not been totally paranoid, he might have left office a hero for ending the Vietnam War and opening up China..."

J_G: "After four days of negative messages to a depressed constituency the democrats were dealt the coup de grĂ¢ce from John McCain and the Republican party. Sarah Heath Louise Palin, the current Governor of the State of Alaska has been nominated by John McCain to be his running mate and will undoubtedly be the next Vice-President of the United States."

ECM: "If you're a conservative like me who's tired of going to the movie theater and getting blasted with liberal politics then welcome to my blog!"

Z: "NOW, can SOMEBODY tell me where Fred Thompson was during HIS campaign for the presidency? WHAT a speech he gave tonight, huh?! YIKES! What alien forces had his innards when he was running? Man, was he fantastic."

Fantastic just isn't the word for it, my friend.


les said...

Uh...yikes. This is what happens when you hang around Texas wingnuts.

Rightwingsnarkle said...

It's less 'hanging around,' and more 'observing from a safe distance,' like at a zoo.