If you want ‘the’ angry election response video of all youtube, congratulations, because you’ve found it. Shelly Dankert of Nebraska Attitude is full of nicotine, beer, god damned butter scotch schnaps, chips ‘n cheese dip for her supper and rage. But mostly rage. See, 4 years ago (yes 4) she got her first computer to teach the internet a lesson about conservatism (which is good) and Obama (who is evil). She has been following The Drudge Report all night long and just accepted that the Romney Landslide Drudge told her was going to happen actually was going to blow up in a reversal of fortune. This is a self-pwn. But it’s also a pwn of a poor impressionable woman who becomes caught in the nets of a manipulative media’s multibillion dollar misinformation campaign. Why did Romney lose???? Because those ‘pussies’ on facebook didn’t share her posts. TH’ATS WHY! Yep. Witness the Drudgery… for it is epic.
We are pretty big fans of Ron Paul here, but not so much for his politics as for his merciless chewing up of people’s political careers. So what to do when someone makes him stumble? Post it, of course. Admittedly, the guy interviewing Paul is mostly just being a dick, but he’s got a pretty good point. We will also note that in his present kick at the can Paul is being taken much more seriously and gaining attention as a legit candidate in the GOP race. At least in the same position Mitt Romney was last time, and this time it looks like the old Mitter might win the nomination. How’s it feel to be on the other side of the flying shoe, Mr. Paul?
Ron Paul’s been hitting them out of the park so much, lately. Given that we’re in the midst of the 2012 election season, and the (almost) weekly debates, it’s no real surprise. Expect many more.
In this lovely example of pwnage, the WSJ commentator, Gerald Seib has some serious problems trying to understand the difference between general military spending and defense spending. Worry not, Political Pwnage fans, as the Doctor once again sets this corporate whore straight while of course, owning him in the process.