Thursday, February 10, 2011

No, It's NOT a "Republican".

It's very obviously a RINO.

Real conservatives don't behave like that!

And... if it was a Democrat, the report would NOT make "Democrat" the very first frickin' word of the headline.  Hell, they wouldn't even mention the affiliation!

Gotta destroy the party that has some conservatives in it, whilst protecting the Party of Communism in America.

Right?

Oh... and that guy, Larry "Toilet Guy" Craig... not a Republican either.  Really another RINO-Demmy stooge sent to be immoral to discredit the GOP.

HEY!!!  Why the feck do these guys have to resign for stuff like this...


...but Bill Clinton didn't have to resign?



WTF?!

DOUBLE FECKIN' STANDARD!


27 comments:

The Consilium Consulting Group said...

So how does this work, CS? Are these guys actually members of a secret conspiracy, deliberately engaging in these behaviours to discredit the Republicans?

Or does their inner weakness, once revealed, disqualify them from Republican status?

Canadian Sentinel said...

Some of us can see what's going on by observing the blatant patterns, my good man.

Of course, not everyone has that kind of intelligence.

Don't be sad if you don't. I mean, there are some, like myself and my inability to do complex mathematics in my head...

Canadian Sentinel said...

And...

True conservatives have the self-control to not commit or attempt to commit adultery or make lewd homosexual public poopery advances, etc.

Therefore, these folks simply are not real Republicans, but rather Democrats in all but name, or, more commonly, Republicans In Name Only (RINOs).

Canadian Sentinel said...

Wow- a comment from the esteemed Consilium Consulting Group.

Might be a foolish move, this self-discreditation in public.

But go ahead. You just might get more work from the Liberal Socialist Coalition Warroom... ;)

Canadian Sentinel said...

Oh... don't tell me you guys added Warren Kinsella, Scott Reid and Mark Holland to your payroll... LOL

Canadian Sentinel said...

But keep it up anyway. I enjoy how you show that you believe that there's either no conspiracies due to impossibility or that conspiracies are as rare as a ten-peckered cerberus...

Do you really believe that people don't conspire? What reason/evidence have you to justify this belief?

And guess what? There's nothing wrong about publicly musing about apparent and probable conspiracies based on observation of empirical evidence and elementary deduction based thereupon.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Of course, those who do conspire behind closed doors (or behind curtains)... they seek to ridicule those who apparently are on to their game... ;)

Canadian Sentinel said...

That's why folks like yourself, my good buddy, go after folks like me with your big red plastic kiddy bat... LOL

Canadian Sentinel said...

Hmmmm.

Fascinating.

*Cocking eyebrow*

Balbulican said...

So the answer to my question is that "Republican" and "Democrat" are not actually political parties, but points on a moral continuum? Interesting.

As for conspiracies, they do, of course, exist, in business, in politics, in religion - in pretty much every sphere of human endeavor. The problem with conspiracy theories is that they can pretty much take over your life, and you begin to see them everywhere. And folks in that state actually lose the capacity to think critically - their preoccupation becomes making the whole world fit their theory. Not a good thing.

That "Consilium Consulting Group" tag is hilarious. I was experimenting last night with the idea of setting up a corporate blog to replace our newsletter, but I was using my own Blogger account... so until I logged in this morning to your site and realized it, I guess every Blogger Site I run or comment on had my company name up! Good grief - talk about tech-deficient. Thank God I'm pseudonymous, not anonymous.

Balbulican said...

Nope, seems not - just whatever I posted while the "Display Name" setting was changed.

Peter Dodson said...

So CS, do you believe then, that Conservatives do not do anything wrong? That they are above doing anything immoral or sinful?

∞ ≠ ø said...

I'm not buying it. I think he likes dropping his business card, mentioning he has property, is an expert in stuff.... Blah

Lots of ACORN type stuff at the "con silly um" from what I can see.

Say, I wonder if anyone there knows the difference between a reflection and lens flare.

I have to go look up consilium now.
Blasted Jargon... I'll bet it's redundant.

Balbulican said...

Shrug. You're mistaken, Squiggles, but that's fine.

Is there some assertion I've made about myself that you feel is questionable? In particular, you seem to be wondering about my credentials in video production. Would you like a link to my video company's website (not Consilium, another company), or would you consider that "dropping a business card"? ;)

∞ ≠ ø said...

Peter, trust me on this. Based on the five or so tedious minutes I spent reading your feminine whiney lament, YOU WILL NEVER HAVE ANYTHING MEANINGFUL TO SAY..

All right.. that was mean.. sorry.

Damn it man get a hold of yourself. Got to the window and scream I’m as mad as hell..etc. Go to the plant, use the megaphone and demand they turn off the chimney. Use the phrase "Don't make me come in there!" In short, grow a pair and BE ALL THE FLAKE YOU CAN BE!!!!
Go get ‘em tiger.

Seriously. I hope this pissed you off because you sound suicidal.
Talk to Balbulican. He’s your type and he’s still going even though he clearly has nothing to live for either. Maybe he can help.

∞ ≠ ø said...

I think everything you do is questionable. This whole Robert Gibbs act is impressive yes, but I know where your true sentiments lay.

P.S. Grab a hold of your friend Pete's blog I.D. and send it to a crisis prevention center there in Canada. I don't have the address something about lemmings or 123jump.com

Balbulican said...

No problem. Please feel free to request verification about any claim to expertise I make - I'll be happy to provide it.

∞ ≠ ø said...

C.S. you have forced my hand. I have purchased an industrial eye wash.
Lewinsky playfully fingering his cigar, a weirdly prideful self photo of a R.i.n.o. without shirt, AND WTF? See... got to have the eyewash.

Balbulican said...

Don't race out and buy it - CS had a photo of Hillary Clinton urinating that he was particularly fond of, and I may have a gallon or so of the eyewash purchased during that phase.

∞ ≠ ø said...

Roar of laughter!
Well, it's time he dusted it off. Soros (ptwey!)has her groomed and she will likely be the next president.

She's standing up isn't she.

∞ ≠ ø said...

Ha! and there it is. Consilium is Latin for consultation.

So he works for or with the "Consultation consulting group."

With a name like that you KNOW he's gettig fat taxpayer money to do very little. And there's like three sub corporations to run the perfect shell game
JUST LIKE ACORN.

Of course he has properties. You helped buy them for him C.S.

Balbulican said...

Pop by for a tour if you're ever in town.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Actually, Consilium does seem to be for real...

Canadian Sentinel said...

Hidden agenda? No proof. Admittedly.

Balbulican said...

Yes, Consilium's for real, and my posting of our corporate name was an embarrassing error on my part, which I explained, and for which I apologize.

Enough?

Canadian Sentinel said...

Even the smartest leftists have epic brainfarts... LOL

Balbulican said...

That one was pretty bad. I'm gonna try again - stand by.