Friday, February 13, 2009

And Remember, The LA Times Pays This Guy To Write A Column

Is flip-flopping the new spine?

Concerning whiny Judd Gregg's bailing out of a job offer he actively sought and accepted, here's Dumbass Doughpants, playing the wingnut "up is down" song, turned up to 11:

Judd Gregg has more backbone than anyone in politics today.


You know what? He ought to think very seriously about a presidential run. I mean it. This is an act of courage. That’s what we need.

(h/t: Jim Newell/Wonkette)


ArtSparker said...

Anew meaning for the term "Easy virtue".

Anonymous said...

Doughy Pantload: "I say this not in a partisan-political sense, but in terms of Sen. Gregg’s extraordinary character and integrity. He would not compromise his beliefs."

*snerk* Sure you do, Doughy. Sure you do.

bjkeefe said...

LOL! The best thing, the absolute best thing that could possibly be said about Gregg was that he would not compromise his partisan affiliations.

I can never figure out if guys like the Pantload really believe themselves when they say crap like that, or are they at least honest enough to know today is a day when that Wingnut Welfare check has to be earned.