News that will drive you to drink
self-confessed confident of God One-L wants a spiritual warfare (Crusade? Yes) to enforce her theocratic agenda
- World Nut Daily tells us that if only Bill Clinton's penis had been removed from office (and they blame Ken Starr for shirking his duties!) in the '90s, then Behghazi! Behghazi! BENGHAZI! would never have happened.
- The WaPo tells us that Senator Aqua Buddha (R - Cheap Toupee) is trying for an image-remake to make him more appealling to the Xristian Xrazies:
"Earlier this spring, Sen. Rand Paul and his wife, Kelley, invited a crew from the Christian Broadcasting Network into their Kentucky home for what turned into two full days of reality TV. In a half-hour special, “At Home With Rand Paul,” the couple are seen bird-watching in the woods, going to McDonald’s and, especially, talking about religion — their belief in traditional marriage and the senator’s call for a “spiritual cleansing” in America."
Can we vote Aqua Buddha off the island, please?
- The Christian Post's chock full o' nuts Star Parker celebrates the return of Mark Kiss Me South of the Border Sanford to national politics:
Put me down as happy to see former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford coming back to Washington. Earlier this week he handily defeated Elizabeth Colbert Busch in a special election for a House seat he himself once held.
He has always been a consistent, principled, and courageous conservative. And he has always done it with showmanship and clarity that gets the points across to voters.
When the National Republican Congressional Committee pulled their support from Sanford's race following the news that he trespassed in the home of his former wife (to watch the Super Bowl with his son), support came in from both FreedomWorks PAC and the National Right to Life PAC.
Sanford's persona pulled in two streams of conservatives – the economic conservatives and the social conservatives – that many see at odds with each other.
A seasoned, principled, and exciting conservative politician and leader is exactly what Republicans need today.
Welcome back to Washington, Mark Sanford.
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