Monday, February 10, 2014

Ferret Lookalike Rand Paul Hides in Red State Kentucky While His Native Texas Goes Blue

The Rand Paul Ideal and Academic Gameplan:

A Mannequin Republican Party – Something that looks like America but will in no way act like it is America. LOL

Sen. Rand Paul, who represents Kentucky, said his home state of Texas could easily switch from a Republican stronghold to a Democratic voting block if the GOP doesn’t open its arms and take in more working class and more minorities. …

He said the diversity outreach needs to go beyond ethnicities and target those with different looks that may not be norm for what people perceive as a Republican voter.

“We need to have people with ties and without ties, with tattoos and without tattoos, with earrings without earrings,” he said, CNN reported. “We need a more diverse party. We need a party that looks like America.”

Mr. Paul — whose father, Ron Paul, was a long-time congressman and obstetrician — was raised in the Houston area.  

The Tea Party, Viagra and Tired Old White Massas in North Carolina - Art Pope, Pat McCrory and Company

While the East coast establishment media were focusing on yellow water in Russian hotels, there was a protest march in the tens of thousands on Saturday in Raleigh North Carolina in protest of the Nostalia for Tired Old White Massas in the State Legislation that want the past to come back, tobacco, cotton, Do Dah and all that.

I really think that the Tea Party is fueled by Viagra by these by nature old and limp dicked white men who in their minds want to be the massas that their granddaddies were back in the stone age after the Civil War, Jim Crow and all that.

I can only imagine that this delusional rule by old white men on Viagra will run its course when all these heartless soulless Boomers die off in time. 

In the meantime, there is nothing but collateral damage to the rest of humanity as these eternal adolescents from the high school locker room still joke about the real world and only have their chemically supported hard ons to hold onto.  Whatever.

The day began cold and cloudy, a fitting metaphor for politics in North Carolina last year. Since taking over the legislature in 2010 and the governor’s mansion in 2012, controlling state government for the first time in over a century, North Carolina Republicans eliminated the earned-income tax credit for 900,000 North Carolinians; refused Medicaid coverage for 500,000; ended federal unemployment benefits for 170,000; cut pre-K for 30,000 kids while shifting $90 million from public education to voucher schools; slashed taxes for the top 5 percent while raising taxes on the bottom 95 percent; axed public financing of judicial races; prohibited death row inmates from challenging racially discriminatory verdicts; passed one of the country’s most draconian anti-choice laws; and enacted the country’s worst voter suppression law, which mandates strict voter ID, cuts early voting and eliminates same-day registration, among other things.