Friday, February 19, 2010

CPAC speaker proves it's just like a Tea Party.

This CPAC speaker really does sound like he should at one of those tea parties:

"And our notion of freedom doesn't consist of snorting cocaine. Which is certainly one thing which separates us from Barack Obama."
I was under the impression that Obama had admitted using marijuana, not cocaine. I thought the guy who was rumoured to have used cocaine was the previous president of the United States. That'll have been the guy that these folks adored.
A conversation between Bush and an old friend, author Doug Wead, touched on the subject of use of illegal drugs. In the taped recording of the conversation, Bush explained his refusal to answer questions about whether he had used marijuana at some time in his past. “I wouldn’t answer the dope questions,” Bush says. “You know why? Because I don’t want some little kid doing what I tried.”

When Wead reminded Bush of his earlier public denial of using
cocaine, Bush replied, "I haven't denied anything."
But, you know, never let the facts get in the way of a good punch line.

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nunya said...

What's the difference between a Tory and a Republican?

A Republican has NO idea that "sod off proles" translates quite well to their message. lol

Kel said...

In your country, the Republicans can actually pretend that they are representing "real Americans" and write the Democrats off as the "elitists".

In our country some of us know whose interests the Tories are actually protecting.