Right Wing Round-Up

 

 

Right Wing Watch:

 Think Progress: Huckabee Compares Gays To Drug Users, Says They’re Unfit To Adopt Kids Because ‘Children Are Not Puppies’. 

Alvin McEwen: The Friends of Mike Huckabee. 

Sarah Posner: The Endurance Of Christian Reconstructionism. 

Crooks and Liars: Rick Santorum Explains Right Wing Anger: Obama Wants to Change Us From Being a Judeo-Christian Nation.

Zachary Roth: Tea Party NY Gov Candidate’s E-Mails Exposed: Racism, Porn, Bestiality. 

 Jim Burroway: Joyce Meyers: Uganda’s Anti-Gay Bill “Profoundly Offensive, Dangerous, and Disturbing Attack”. 

Media Matters: Why is Fox News calling tea partiers Nazis? 

TPM: Virginia AG Cuccinelli: ‘A Tea Partier Before There Was A Tea Party’.

Rep. Michele Bachmann and Rep. Steve King are BFFs.  Why is that not surprising? 

Why is Sen. Scott Brown’s daughter now a contributor to “The Early Show”? 

Rick Santorum says the only reason he endorsed Arlen Specter last time around was because Specter promised to support President Bush’s SCOTUS nominees. 

Focus on the Family has kicked-off a 12-city tour aimed at educating couples on how to strengthen their marriage, parenting skills, and family life. 

Harry Jackson defends Michael Steel, saying Steel deserves more time to get things organized.  Seriously

Quote of the day I from Dave Welch on standing up to gays: “We must stand boldly, declare God’s standard of morality for the good of the people and take back the ground that has been yielded to the forces of spiritual darkness by cleaning house at every level of government, education, media and the arts. However, as it will be with God’s judgment, we must start in the house of God. ” 

Quote of the day II comes from those who don’t want to see Rick Green on the Texas Supreme Court: “Let’s not jeopardize that good work by electing someone who is likely to attract criticism and ridicule for himself and our entire judiciary.” 

Finally, John McCain goes after J.D Hayworth with a new ad:  

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  1. Glix

    Re: The McCain ad against Hayworth

    Republicans should stop trying to be humorous. That ad did not make the point they were trying to make.

    These rightwingers remind me of that guy in Good Morning Vietnam who kept saying “I know I’m funny.”

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  2. LOL Glix, great analogy (Good Morning Viet Nam.)

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