September 30, 2012

Hypocritical Eye-Rolling Goodness of the Day

The Local Gaggle of Moonbat Bloggers takes on former Christine O'Donnell goon Evan Queitsch who's apparently running for (DE) state representative. (Yes, I said "apparently" because I don't much follow local First State politics. Because usually watching paint dry is an exciting experience by comparison.) It seems lunkhead Queitsch sees a conspiracy in something called "Agenda 21." The LGOMB is correct (yes, a rarity) in calling him out on this lunacy.

But, then again, recall that LGOMB founder Jason "Trust Fund" Scott once wrote this on their blog:

While reasonable people can disagree about whether or not George Bush had prior knowledge of the 9/11 attacks, nobody disputes the fact that he wanted a "pearl harbor" type event to happen in order to create a pretext for attacking Iraq.

Yep, "Trust Fund" Scott is apoplectic about a nobody like Queitsch seeing black helicopters, but "reasonable people" can come to the conclusion that our former president had prior knowledge that al Qaeda planned to ram four planes into buildings on US soil. That's beyond rich, don't'cha think?

And then there's El Somnambulo, a failed DE state representative candidate himself just like Queitsch soon will be, who wrote the post in question. His blog avatar continues to be a photoshop of George W. Bush posing for mug shot. Because, y'know, he is a war criminal. Or something. Yet somehow our current president doesn't warrant any such graphic design ingenuity because, y'know, he never continued any of G.W. Bush's policies nor upped the ante on them now, did he? (/sarcasm)

Posted by Hube at September 30, 2012 10:33 AM | TrackBack

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LOL, I feel the same way about local politics here in Minnesota... don't pay much attention to the local races other than the gubernatorial elections and the national elections.

Posted by: Carl at October 1, 2012 12:19 AM