“Government workers shall hereby be known as ‘rescue creators.'”

Stick that in your Alabama’s Greatest Hits package and NASCAR it, Mitt.  Or…

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, who has blasted President Obama’s leadership, heaped praise on Obama on Tuesday for his handling of Hurricane Sandy.

“The president has been outstanding in this and so have the folks at FEMA,” Christie said on NBC’s “Today” show.

Christie, whose state is among the hardest hit by the storm, made appearances on several morning talk shows on Tuesday and applauded Obama at each stop.

On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Christie said “the president has been all over this, and he deserves great credit. He gave me his number at the White House and told me to call him if I needed anything and he absolutely means it, and it’s been very good working with the president and his administration.”

On CNN’s “Starting Point with Soledad O’Brien,” Christie added that Obama “has been incredibly supportive and helpful to our state, and not once did he bring up the election.”

Is that too dificult with Chris Christie’s tire tracks all over your back?

I’d say the New Jersey governor’s 2016 presidential campaign is already under way.

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Romney: Wal-Mart Should be Handling the Efforts to Deal With the Hurricane

Wal-Mart…

or Staples…

or British Petroleum…

From C&L:

The New York Times editorial board, on the day Hurricane Sandy wreaks havoc in the Big Apple, aims at Mitt Romney’s crotch and gives him a good, hard kick. Good! I’m tired of so-called “news” organizations that treat the crap that spews from right-wing zombies as if it’s worthy of intelligent consideration. Let’s kill the Romney/Ryan/Cantor Randian wet dream once and for all:

Disaster coordination is one of the most vital functions of “big government,” which is why Mitt Romney wants to eliminate it. At a Republican primary debate last year, Mr. Romney was asked whether emergency management was a function that should be returned to the states. He not only agreed, he went further.

“Absolutely,” he said. “Every time you have an occasion to take something from the federal government and send it back to the states, that’s the right direction. And if you can go even further and send it back to the private sector, that’s even better.”

In other words: “Let them eat Rafalca’s shit.”

Pic of the Day: Oct. 29, 2012

Utica Brewers v. Syracuse Jr. Chiefs – at Utica, NY, June 22, 2012, as  the sun set.

You’re Doing a Fine Job Mittie!

Is Rafalca Arabian?

“I never in my lifetime thought I would see a creepier politician than Richard Nixon”

And then Steven Stills caught wind of Mitt the Flip:

 At the second debate, somebody asked how Bush and Romney differ. I’ll give you the answer: Romney’s taller, Mormon and a little smarter and meaner. That’s about it. I couldn’t believe how he acted at that debate. He’s a churlish little prick. At least Bush was affable. I don’t care if it’s a debate and you’re running for office. It’s not right to be that rude to the President of the United States, let alone anybody else. Also, you don’t get offended when you get corrected.

But Mitt the Flip is of the CEO class – perpetually anti-utilitarian slugs who all believe that they are reincarnations of Egyptian pharoahs, living ghods who cannot be questioned, much less corrected….

and certainly not by a man of Barack Obama’s skin color or a woman of any color.

But, of course, all tyrants have their sycophants, such as this one who was vomitously disgusted that a man like Stills – who,via recorded music and concert performing, causes more people to be employed during the course of any given week than Mitt the Flip has during his entire life – dare not to worship the product of Mitt the Flip’s greed:

Who cares what the hell he thinks. He’s a spoiled over privelaged ageing hippy and needs to keep his opinions to himself. Nobody else cares

Any bets as to whether said sycophant feels the same way about the public support of Mitt the Flip by Ted Nugent and/or Meat Loaf?

Des Moines Register: Lying, Destroying American Jobs for Personal Profit, and Tax Evasion Add up to a “Fresh” Vision

From the Romney-purchased entity that used to be a newspaper called the Des Moines Register:

Mitt Romney emerges the stronger candidate.

Emerges from what?  The ass of whatever bag man delivered the cash to buy this eleventh-hour endorsement?

The former governor and business executive has a strong record of achievement in both the private and the public sectors.

Totally disproven.

He was an accomplished governor in a liberal state.

The same state – as is the case with every state other than Utah (whose mormon-owned largest newspaper endorsed Obama) in which he has lived claimed to live for various forms of tax purposes – whose citizenry, a citizenry that actually lived under a Romney ‘administration,’ is poised to vote against him by at least a 30-point margin on November 6th?  That state?

He founded and ran a successful business that turned around failing companies.

Wow…

Where does the late DMR get its copy writers?  The flunk-out list from first -semester journalism classes?  Why not just cut-and-paste in a Romney campaign talking point sheet…

oh, wait – that would appear to be precisely what was actually done.

The next time this lying, tax-cheating, draft-dodging, job-destroying con artist creates a job for someone not named Romney, it will be the first.

Memo to all who are in any way connected to the Des Moines Register:  Find Bill Hicks’ routine about the immediately-post Johnny Carson Tonight Show (just do a google search for “satan’s cock”; I’m sure it will be at the top of the list.”)  Found it?  Good.  Now, any time you hear “Jay Leno,” replace it with “Des Moines Register.”

And, while you’re at it, book Patrick Duffy and Joey Lawrence to be the entertainment at the DMR Xmas party this year.

You’ve earned it.

The First Republican Ever to Actually do Anything to Actually Save Taxpayers Any Money

From Examiner.com:

GOP activist commits suicide after being charged with raping five women

Perhaps someone should forward that link to Messrs. Akin and Mourdock.