Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Political fucktardery

Apparently the Christian fucktard is as ridiculously clueless about politics as he is about atheism. "Democrat party"? Who says that anymore? Sadly, the best howler belongs to CBS: "At a time when the official unemployment rate is nearing double digits, and 6.35 million people are receiving unemployment benefits, the U.S. government is on a hiring binge."

This guy is the perfect caricature of the clueless Jesoid Republican tool. These people actually exist, and actually manage to feed themselves!

1 comment:

  1. Uh... What kind of idiot complains about double-digit unemployment and hiring people to do work in the same breath? Don't give that guy a stick of gum: he might kill himself walking through the parking lot.


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