Let's take a peek at their latest, greatest hits:
GOP go skinny dipping in the Sea of Galilee
The FBI probed a late-night swim in the Sea of Galilee that involved drinking, numerous GOP freshmen lawmakers, top leadership staff — and one nude member of Congress, according to more than a dozen sources, including eyewitnesses.
During a fact-finding congressional trip to the Holy Land last summer, Rep. Kevin Yoder (R-Kan.) took off his clothes and jumped into the sea, joining a number of members, their families and GOP staff during a night out in Israel, the sources told POLITICO. Other participants, including the daughter of another congressman, swam fully clothed, while some lawmakers partially disrobed. More than 20 people took part in the late-night dip in the sea, according to sources who were participants in the trip. source
Hank Are you ready for some football Williams, Jr. sings the Tea Party anthem
Controversial country star Hank Williams Jr., who caused a stir last year when he compared Barack Obama to Hitler, is at it again.
At the Iowa State Fair, Williams bashed Obama to a crowd saying, "We've got a Muslim president who hates farming, hates the military, hates the U.S. and we hate him!"
To make his anti-Obama message known, Williams recently released a 10-disc album titled "Old School, New Rules." There is no subtlety in the country star's politically charged song lyrics that blatantly boast "Hey Barack, pack your bags, head to Chicago, take your teleprompter with you so you'll know where to go." source
And the crowd enthusiastically cheered him on: Reportedly, the audience responded with enthusiastic cheers to this announcement. source
Congressman Todd Akin share his medical
In an effort to explain his stance on abortion, Representative Todd Akin, the Republican Senate nominee from Missouri, provoked ire across the political spectrum on Sunday by saying that in instances of what he called “legitimate rape,” women’s bodies somehow blocked an unwanted pregnancy
Asked in an interview on a St. Louis television station about his views on abortion, Mr. Akin, a six-term member of Congress who is backed by Tea Party conservatives, made it clear that his opposition to the practice was nearly absolute, even in instances of rape.
“It seems to me, from what I understand from doctors, that’s really rare,” Mr. Akin said of pregnancies from rape. “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. But let’s assume that maybe that didn’t work or something: I think there should be some punishment, but the punishment ought to be of the rapist, and not attacking the child.” source
Jan Brewer bans young immigrants from public services
Yesterday was the first day that young undocumented immigrants began lining up to apply for deportation deferrals made possible by President Obama. Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer responded by banning applicants from being issued driver's licenses or receiving any public benefits. source
Apparentlly, Ms Finger Waving Brewer has decided that the GOP ignorance and hatefest should not be only for the good ole boys: she, like Sarah and Michele are determined to crash the party.
And you thought they could not possibly out do the goofiness of Herman 999 Cain, Rick oops Perry, Donald the birther Trump and Newt Gingrich in their Primary Reality Show -- think again.
And just-in-case you missed the show: The GOP Convention will be front and center August 27th-30th in Tampa, Florida -- Must See TV...
Last word goes to Ronald Reagan appointed Judge Posner:
A conservative federal judge appointed by Ronald Reagan said in an interview published Thursday that the Republican Party has gone “goofy” and that “these right-wingers who are blasting [Chief Justice John] Roberts are making a very serious mistake.”
Posner said “there’s been a real deterioration in conservative thinking” over the past 10 years and admitted that his own politics have changed in that time. “I’ve become less conservative since the Republican Party started becoming goofy,” he said. source
Let the church say: Amen!