April 02, 2014

Let's check in with the moonbat comics creators!

Look! It's Ron "STFU" Marz showing his keen political intellect once again:

This is in response to a US Supreme Court ruling today basically affirming the Citizens United decision.

Of course, the stunted IQ of idiot Marz omits the fact that it certainly won't be only those dastardly Koch bros who will "benefit;" there's also a guy named George Soros. But since Ronnie agrees with his politics, that isn't worth mentioning. (But thankfully, several Twitter commenters did, with no reply from 'ol "STFU.") What's further amazing is that this decision (and the Kochs) are of such import; Boss Obama repeatedly lying to us day after day about virtually everything, IRS abuses, spying on American citizens ... these garner nary a mention from this pathetic blowhard.

Posted by Hube at April 2, 2014 07:09 PM | TrackBack

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Soros is a monster. The dude sold out his family to the Nazis during the Holocaust just to save his own skin, for cripe's sake. And like Obama, he's obsessed at fundamentally transforming societies to fit his own agenda.

Posted by: Carl at April 2, 2014 07:16 PM

Campaign financing is the same as prostitution. As long as someone will take the money someone will pay it. The politicians are more lecherous since they can put an end to it themselves, but won't.

Posted by: Arthur at April 3, 2014 07:19 AM

True, Art. All they need to do is get together and pass a constitutional amendment.

Posted by: Hube at April 3, 2014 07:21 AM

I guess Ron never heard of the unions, either... I'm sure they are "really happy" now, too.

Posted by: Douglas Ernst at April 3, 2014 06:05 PM

Actually this works against republican interests if you look at the top donors since 1984- so I'm not sure what Ron is talking about here :-)

Posted by: Fern at April 3, 2014 06:43 PM

Absolutely correct, Fern! I saw that yesterday!

Posted by: Hube at April 3, 2014 06:45 PM

By that comment I mean- most of the top political donors have historically been democratic. Now the doors have been "flung wide" as it were....so why does Ron think that this will make the Kochs happy? They haven't traditionally given much money relative to how much liberal/democratic political action committees and unions give. If anything, from the data that I presented above, Repubicans are traditionally much more stingy with their money....
So why does Ron think that this benefits Republicans who usually keep our money out of politics?

Posted by: Fern at April 3, 2014 06:46 PM

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