Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Say it Ain't Joe

I never thought The Corner at National Review could be so much fun! Indeed, the Neocon™ wonderland has been absolutely hilarious for the last couple of weeks. If you don't want to look at it (I can hardly blame you), the basic content of the posts is this: Obama is bad, Obama is bad, Obama is bad. Seldom do you find McCain is good, but there are frequent Sarah is great rallying cries from her wannabe puppetmasters. The post captured above is my recent favorite, because this is what Mark Levin has been reduced to. Well, Mr. Levin, I'm pretty sure $150,000 hasn't been spent on Joe Biden's hair (that should be glaringly obvious), and I'm willing to bet the bill wasn't footed by campaign contributions from gullible Joe the Plumbers. But it was sweet for you to not bring it up by bringing it up! They're still really bothered and obsessed over there about Neimansgate! It's so totally cute!


HRH King Friday XIII said...

Well Princess, if that last 8 years have taught us anything its that necons don't like being told they've been had- even when they have.

Lulu Maude said...

... and no money has been spent on haircuts for Joe, which he so desperately needs at this point.

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

Sorry, Samael, that was a great, long comment, and then you had to go and ruin it by mentioning your comment verification word, a practice which now qualifies for instant comment deletion.

samael7 said...

Sorry, Princess. I wouldn't have posted the word (and I tried so hard to keep it on-topic!) if I had read about the rule first. I read your site backward-in-time as it rolls on the blog page, so your befuddlement and eventual tabboo came at me late, as it were.

I will leave this comment with the OTHER moral from my comment, abbreviated, but heartfelt: beware visitng NRO! You will come away feeling beaten with a stupid-stick!

Princess Sparkle Pony said...

Sorry about that, Samael. It got to the point where people were reporting their confirmation words in every single post, even when the words weren't in any way funny or interesting. It was an irritating trend I just had to nip in the bud. It was diluting the otherwise generally hilarious and clever nature of the comments here.

samael7 said...

Oh, I understand, Princess, totally! You whinny, and I shall obey!

Another thought occurs, though: I want to have stock in whatever company is in charge of scotchguarding and steaming the NRO staffroom, and in right-wing blogger offices around the country. Because I strongly suspect that after November 4th, their heads might actually explode. And someone has to clean up the mess. I figure a Democrat may as well clean up this one too (as above, so below) and clean up in $$$!

Anonymous said...

A "neocon" is just a liberal who got mugged. The people at
the National Review have been cons all of their adult life,
after all, "you don't have a heart if you're not a socialist
by the age of 20 and you don't have a brain if you're not a
conservative by the age of 30."

The obvious "con"clusion being that Obama has never grown up.

But seriously, I love the fact that the Sparkle Pony blog
will report the fashion disasters of Sarah Palin but is it
really the #1 thing the NYT should be discussing?

Who paid for Palin's clothes is no more relevant that who
paid for Biden's hair plugs. But what is relevant is who
is controlling Biden, or why is he not being controlled
enough. Let's see:

1. I should not be the VP nominee, Hillary should be.
2. I have forgot everything about foreign policy (his supposed expertise).
3. "Hey crippie-boy, stand up!"
4. "we kicked Hizbollah out of Lebanon."
5. After 6 months Obama will make a major blunder after a foreign policy
crisis but we have to all support him, or else. Or else what?

ok enough. Point made.