Republicans Speak Out on Ebola


~ by yougottobekidding on October 3, 2014.

7 Responses to “Republicans Speak Out on Ebola”

  1. Well, you can either make shit up, or you can try some truth:

  2. I was also wondering how long it would take you to correct this at the top of your page: “Humor and msuings from all around the Internet”

    PS: Know this: When you post snarky stuff like that, you offend MORE THAN HALF of your visitors. The least you could do is try to feign neutrality and pretend to be an equal-opportunity basher.

  3. Oh, and this one from FIVE YEARS AGOdoesn’t count:

    • If you prefer, we could pick pretty much any of the politicians, replace the picture, and republish and it would be equally apropos. With very few exceptions, I pretty much dislike all politicians, Republicans and Democrats alike. Not to go down a rat hole here but, from my perspective, we grant those in office a tremendous amount of power. We bid them do a job and make decisions to better the country now and longer term for the future. That power and the environment in which they work seems to corrupt morals and better judgment. They end up doing and saying silly things that, from a distance, seems divorced from reality.

      Anyway, don’t get too worked up. It’s just some good nature poking fun at those currently in the limelight.

  4. I happen to agree with Sarah Palin. Is Ebola a city in the Country of Africa? I think it is. I’m with Sarah all the way ! !

  5. I’m with you 100% on the corruption and malfeasance at the highest levels of our government – personally, there’s not a dime’s worth of difference between the Republican Establishment and the Democrat Elitists… but Sarah Palin is not an elected official, and there can be little doubt that the nation is worse off for it.

    Despite having an impeccable record of public and private accomplishments, she has been stereotyped as an airhead by “good-natured” folks such as yourself simply for being a Conservative. Period.

    And yes… I tend to get worked up about it, mainly because there are so many LEGITIMATE targets out there that you conveniently ignore. Unless and until you recognize your bias, you contribute to the ignorance that has allowed the nation to sink to this level of mendacity.

    And lastly, you have a hell of a lot of nerve telling me to chill out. If your post were racially insensitive instead of politically insensitive, and if I were a racial minority instead of a Conservative, would you be telling me to take my opinion and shove it?

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