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Wednesday, March 31, 2010

You Said You Wanted to See a Big Tent Party


Apparently, the RNC spent $2000 at a bondage strip club, which is kind of an oxymoron if you think about it. Is the dancer wearing a dominatrix suit or is she topless? How do you experience bondage when no touching is allowed at strip clubs (or so I've heard, I wouldn't know for sure.) Isn't the pain brought on by Obama's policies enough for you people?!

I'm not sure this is even a news story. It's not like the DNC spends all its money on gummy bears and bunny rabbits. Isn't porn pusher Larry Flynt, publisher of Penthouse, a huge Democratic supporter who fiercely campaigned against Bush? Didn't Hugh Hefner raise money for Obama in 2008? How many people know that once upon a time Barney Frank's boyfriend was busted for running a prostitution ring out of his D.C. apartment? Does anyone remember when Congressman Lloyd Doggett (TX-25) held a fundraiser at a gay bar in which donors stuffed dollar bills into the jockstrap of someone named "The Banana Queen"? I'm not even going to mention the ACORN pimp/prostitute story that no one covered but Fox News.

Has the mainstream media ever cared or blinked an eye?

That silence you hear is a resounding NO. But the lamestream media is more interested in how the RNC spends its privately raised donations than how the government (and in particular the Democrat controlled Congress) wastes our tax dollars and spends us into unsustainable debt. Unbelievable.

There's no policy analysis anymore. It's just demonize the other guy and play "gotcha" politics. Shame on us for being voyeurs of the most disgusting spectacle of all.

It is a shame that the RNC is wasting money on limos and entertainment that would be better spent on media and support for conservative candidates. That's why I recommend giving directly to the candidate instead of going through the political machine. But this shouldn't stop donations from coming in given the unpopularity of FauxbamaCare, nor will it be the end of Michael Steele.

And my apologies for the headline. I couldn't resist.

1 comment:

  1. Better Headline: GOP Shows Off Their Big Tent

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