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Democrats Blame Bush for Coakley’s Suckage in MA Senate Race. No, Really

January 18, 2010

George Bush’s insidious plan to foment evil is far-reaching and never-ending, evidently. You cannot make this stuff up. Good lord, are they nutty nuts!

As audience members streamed out of Pres. Obama’s rally on behalf of AG Martha Coakley(D) here tonight, the consensus was that the fault for Coakley’s now-floundering MA SEN bid lies with one person – George W. Bush.

“People are upset because there’s so many problems,” Rosemary Kverek, 70, a retiredCharleston schoolteacher said as tonight’s rally wrapped up. “But the problems came from the previous administration. So we’re blaming poor Obama, who’s working 36 hours a day … to solve these problems that he inherited.”

Oh, my sides hurt! Also, Ms. Kverek is clear-cut evidence of the problems we have in our public school system. A schoolteacher. Who thinks there are 36 hours in a day. No wonder she’s a Democrat. Meow. At least she remembered the talking points accurately: good job hitting the “inherited” phrase, Rosemary!

Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI), speaking with a gaggle of reporters after the event, said that while state Sen. Scott Brown (R) offers voters a quick fix, in reality, the problems created by “George Bush and his cronies” are not so easily solved…

..we have a lot of digging to do, but some work needs to be done and this president’s in the process of doing it and we need to get Marcia Coakley to help him to do that.”

(Curiously, Kennedy mentioned Coakley repeatedly during his remarks to reporters, each time referring to her as “Marcia,” not “Martha.”)

Oh, yes, you really need MARCIA to help. In fact, she’s so indispensable that you can’t even remember her name! In Boston, no less. The place where even in bars “everyone knows your name”.  But, wait! There’s more!

More Kennedy: “One thing the Democrats have done wrong? We haven’t kept the focus on this disaster on the Republicans who brought it upon us. We’ve tried too hard to do that right thing, and that’s to fix it, as opposed to spend more of our time and energy pointing the finger at who got us [here] in the first place.”

Good grief! Are they really that unhinged from reality? Do they forget who has held the majority since 2006? Do they forget the whole stimulus package debacle that THEY passed and Obama signed? Do they forget Barney Frank and Chris Dodd and their criminal negligence (at the least) in regards to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac that started the whole poop ball rolling? To be fair, I would like to forget Barney Frank and Chris Dodd as well. I’d also like to erase the image of the Chris Dodd/Teddy Kennedy “waitress sandwich” from my mind’s eye, if someone would kindly arrange that.

You have tried hard to fix it and haven’t pointed fingers, Patrick? Are you daft? Wait, of course you are. But do you think we are daft? Wait, of course you do. You are Smarter Than Us, right? Well, you may need to increase you apparent drug dosages because you are in for a shock. We aren’t daft. We know you’ve done nothing at all, besides attempting to sneak through legislation that will damage this country further and that we, the people, do not want. And have made perfectly clear that we do not want it, yet you have basically flipped us the bird, stuck your fingers in your ears and sang “la la la we can’t hear you”.

Pausing only long enough to switch the bird flip to a finger point at Bush; you’ve pointed fingers incessantly. Every single problem was “inherited” from George Bush. Come on, even that 70 year old teacher lady remembered that key phrase and she doesn’t even know how many hours there are in a day! I do have to thank you for that one, in part; it’s made some awesome drinking games during speeches and such. Previous administration: Drink! Inherited: Drink!

Come Tuesday night, I hope to be drinking once again — toasting Scott Brown’s victory. And thanking George Bush, and his so-called cronies for continuing their “reign of terror” to make that win possible!

(cross-posted at

3 Comments leave one →
  1. January 18, 2010 10:22 am

    I laughed so hard when I found this out this a.m. I thought I was going to have a heart attack.

    Maybe they’re blaming this all on Bush to get every conservative, Libertarian, independent, and Republican in the country to die of laughter.

  2. michaeldiles permalink
    January 18, 2010 1:16 pm

    Give them points for peristence, or maybe for their survival instincts. If people ever figured out that Democratic pandering and sophisticated vote-buying caused the housing bubble and economic crisis, the Democratic party would cease to exist. What a lying gaggle of hypocrites. Alas, it’s too much to expect them to move to their beloved France!


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