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Rep. Bob Inglis (R-esentful) requests the honour of your presence at his RINO pity party:

Outgoing Rep. Bob Inglis (R-S.C.) said Thursday that a “credible conservative” movement that doesn’t focus on “hatred” of President Obama is needed.

Inglis was defeated in a landslide by Trey Gowdy in the June primary runoff. Gowdy, a staunch conservative and Tea Party favorite, went on to win the 4th District seat in November.

Inglis lamented on CNN that the current wave of populist conservatism is unlike that of Ronald Reagan.

“We’ll get through and we’ll get back to optimistic conservatism,” he said. “We just got to get through this unfortunate period.”

Ah, the heady days of credible and optimistic conservatism, before actual conservatives had to ruin it all by kicking RINOs out of office. Inglis’s whining about the Tea Party actually started way back in June. Tea Party “hatred” of President Obama was so intense that they accidentally took out their rage on a white Republican. Go figure.

Republicans regained control of the House in a massive November victory and Inglis calls it an “unfortunate period”? For him maybe.

Don’t go away mad, Bob, just go away.

Comments

8 Responses to “Somebody Call the Waaahmbulance for the Republican Whiner”

  1. The Underground Conservative on January 1st, 2011 3:41 pm

    Guys like Inglis hated Reagan. Just hated him. Hated his brand of populist conservatism.

    Kinda like all of the Vichy Republican blueblood countryclubbers. Just call 'em Judge Smails Republicans. Me? I'm proud to be an Al Czervik Republican!

  2. addietewd on January 1st, 2011 3:58 pm

    Hopefully for our country there will be a lot more "R-esentful" RINO's and (D-isappointed) communists in 2012

  3. OK_Loyalist on January 1st, 2011 5:28 pm

    "Outgoing Rep. Bob Inglis (R-S.C.) said Thursday that a “credible conservative” movement that doesn’t focus on “hatred” of President Obama is needed."

    Honestly, I never heard of this guy, but with a statement like above, it shows how out of touch he really is. Sounds like he got tossed out because he deserved it.

  4. @gmirwin on January 1st, 2011 6:24 pm

    *sigh* Donkey-brained elephants like this loser ARE the problem.They automatically believe the lib's lies without checking them. We don't hate Obama. We oppose Obama.

  5. Clu Seatoe on January 1st, 2011 11:00 pm

    Inglis…thinks racism is a part of the vitriol directed at President Barack Obama.

    Of course jamming through one piece of legislation after another against the will of the people has nothing to do with it, right Inglis?

    Question to Inglis: With 95+% of the black vote going to Mao, from people who know absolutely nothing about the guy other than his skin color, and that includes even knowing how to say his name, what would you call that if not racism?

  6. Clu Seatoe on January 1st, 2011 11:01 pm

    Inglis: “What it takes to lead is to say, ‘You know, that’s just not right.’”

    And that’s just what we conservatives did last November.

  7. Clu Seatoe on January 1st, 2011 11:03 pm

    While not naming names, 12-year incumbent Rep. Bob Inglis suggested in interviews with The Associated Press that tea party favorites such as former vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin and right-wing talk show hosts like Glenn Beck are the culprits.

    Can you even guess why such people as this get traction in times like these? It’s because the open-eyed conservatives can see this nation moving toward, then down the slippery slope to socialism and thinkers such as these types are power to accelerate the wheels to get America on back on the road heading toward the correct objective.

    Inglis, if you ever were, you’re no longer useful to America in this position, you Dweeb.

  8. SignPainterGuy on January 2nd, 2011 2:50 am

    Gee whizz, Clu, you seem to be mincing words and holding back ! Come on, you`re among friends here, spit it on out ! ;-)

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