CPAC Attendees Wear Signs Saying, “Kick Me, I’m A Republican”

Not really, but they ought to, because that’s what the steady flow of Republican lunacy seems to indicate they want.

Somebody needs to start keeping a list of all the lame, dumbass things Republicans are saying and doing to try and hide the fact that they have no new ideas or vision or plan for revamping the corrupt, morally bankrupt, utterly failed policies that got them kicked out of the White House and their majority status in Congress — and aren’t the least bit worried or concerned about that, either.

Here is the latest example:

ThinkProgress is attending the right-wing Conservative Political Action Conference today. Earlier this afternoon, Cliff Kincaid, head of a conservative group Accuracy in Media, introduced Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN). Kincaid suggested that President Obama is a communist, then suggested Obama was not born in the United States — to which the crowd cheered wildly.
Despite the fact that it has been thoroughly and repeatedly debunked, radical conservatives continue to peddle the ridiculous myth. Last weekend, Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) noted that he had never seen Obama’s birth certificate. Trying to calm the ensuing firestorm, a spokesman for Shelby claimed the senator “was not saying and I’m not saying he (Obama) is or isn’t [a U.S. citizen], he was just saying he hasn’t seen one (a birth certificate).”

One Response to “CPAC Attendees Wear Signs Saying, “Kick Me, I’m A Republican””

  1. Kathy says:

    Okay, I have a question for those CFLFers who are more technologically savvy than I am: Why did I get a ping, or a linkback (I have no idea if those two things are the same), when there is no link to this post of mine at Mike’s Blog Roundup?

    Unless I need to update my contact lens prescription.


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