What passes for a rational argument on the right
-Headline of the day-
"Jacksonville Tea Party Protest Features Signs Comparing President Obama To Hitler."
Of course it did. The Fourth of July teabag protests may have been a bust, but that just meant there was more crazy to go around. Where the tax day gathering drew 4,500 in Jacksonville, FL, the Independence Day version 2.0 only got 1,000 to show up. You do the math -- that means that the people who showed up had to make up the difference and be over four times as insane.
Judge for yourself how successful they were:
At least they're spelled right. You can check the Duval County Republican Party's Facebook fan page for more fun photos.
I suppose that this would be a good time to point out that white supremacists saw the tea parties as an opportunity to recruit new members. I'm guessing that they're not convinced that Obama's just like Hitler. Bona fide nazis seem to believe that the protesters are more nazi-ish than Obama.
Tea bags forever! w00t! (Think Progress)
-I think Yoda she is-
Sarah Palin is like George W. Bush. She could hold a press conference in which she ate a live baby and the wingnuts would still believe she was the finest person ever to walk amongst us mere mortals. Still, with speculation that she resigned from office because of an upcoming scandal whirling, Palin found that she had to do some damage control. So she displayed her Jedi skills using Twitter.
"Critics are spinning, so hang in there as they feed false info on the right decision made as I enter last yr in office to not run again," she wrote. Go ahead and take a second to decipher that one.
Stuck? Help you I can. Backwards talking she is. Eat it up the loons will. (Washington Times)
"Joe The Plumber Says Immigrants Should Get 'The Hell Out Of Our Damn Country.'"
I didn't realize that Wurzelbacher was an Algonquin name. (Think Progress)