Hey, what better way for the Democrats to punctuate a convention highlighting how bad Republicans are for women than by honoring a former Senator who once left one to die in a submerged car?

The exposing of the Republican war on women will continue tonight when the notoriously chivalrous Bill Clinton takes the stage.

Convention organizers are going out of their way to make it clear that Obamacare covers compunction bypass surgery.


12 Responses to “Dem Convention Pushing ‘Republican War on Women’ Pays Tribute to Ted Kennedy”

  1. Marshall_Will on September 5th, 2012 12:17 pm

    Stirring tribute. We are truly moved.

    Did this guy ever -once- expose himself to anything less than an adoring, hometown crowd? No wonder a fawning highlight reel was such a layup. The only time Teddy said anything 'controversial' was in front of cheering fans…

  2. Doug on September 5th, 2012 12:35 pm

    Dems are spending the week mocking Romney's wealth and saying he was "born on third base" while lionizing a true silver spooner if there ever was one. Figures.

    It was always funny how Ted Kennedy spent decades spending everybody else's money and then allowed himself to be given credit for the philanthropy. I'm sure that wherever he is he was taking another bow last night.

  3. Truesoldier__ on September 5th, 2012 12:40 pm

    Not only do they mock Romney's wealth, but they accuse Romney of being a felon. All this while lionizing a true felon. Not only did Kennedy leave Mary Jo to die in a submerged car, he also was a traitor to his country.

  4. jeffythequick on September 5th, 2012 12:41 pm

    Wasn't Bill Clinton, when alone with women, "bone on third base" too?

    Maybe I'm thinking of a different third base than for Romney.

  5. Marshall_Will on September 5th, 2012 1:09 pm

    "spending everybody else's money and then allowed himself to be given credit for the philanthropy."

    When Doug nails it?!?!

    Stranger still is while MA's mfr. base dwindled to nothing ( and there's plenty of Medical Device co's there too ) Teddy kept them on the map by what RedDog described as; The Government Industry.

    Why wouldn't a state that basically invented pandering, mirred in handout programs of their own invention look more like any other Rustbelt state? Yet things have never been better there! Well, if you're a True 1%'er.

  6. archer on September 5th, 2012 2:39 pm

    “Compunction bypass surgery”

    Which begins with the requirement of 90 days of in house Ipecac therapy followed by 90 days of alternating Pepto Bismol with electric shock and ex lax therapy.

    Muzzle upon request.

  7. Marshall_Will on September 5th, 2012 3:10 pm


    I *swear* Ipecac was a word I hadn't heard in YEARS until tEH Wun took office. At least going back to my Polish mother asking me if I felt that way as a teen. Now it's become almost commonplace. ( Wonder why? )

  8. archer on September 5th, 2012 3:38 pm

    The almost invisible empty suited ink stain has made the need for it a thing of the past as most days just about evening news time the water pressure goes down all over town due to the synchronized flushes.

    Many a good family meal has been ruined. It’s a wonder there’s any need for compunction bypass surgery at all.

  9. Marshall_Will on September 5th, 2012 3:57 pm

    Well, many a good FAMILY has been ruined by this.

    Kinda' wondering.., after the better part of a 4-year UNPAID 'vacation', how many of us are feeling butterflies over the personal/national challenges that lie before us?

    I more or less went Galt -prior- to Day 1 and instead spent much of the mandatory downtime getting back in shape, focusing on eating/being healthier and ramping up for what 2012 brings.

    So now that The Great Hibernation is nearly over, how are we FEELING out there! Are we UP to this or what?

  10. Truesoldier__ on September 5th, 2012 4:00 pm

    We better be up to it. The alternative is a permanent vacation in the Greece of the West.

  11. Marshall_Will on September 5th, 2012 4:40 pm

    Only like, not as 'fun' as West World or Roman World?

    Taking our usual eve stroll I pondered on all the shuttered biz's, broken dreams ( defaulted loans ) and general malaise. As I do -every- evening jaunty.

    Only this time I thought of an open & broad appeal. "We know you're sick of this cr@p. When the Fed isn't hounding you, seems the State and City are. You're 4 years older now and we realize this wasn't exactly what most of us had in mind. Lord only knows we planned on being RETIRED by now!

    But is there any way we could talk you into (1) last business venture? Hey, start small, pace yourself! What would it take to get you off the fence?"

  12. archer on September 5th, 2012 4:50 pm

    “…former Senator who once left one to die in a submerged car?”

    As tragic as it is, that former Senator is now the submerged one (not resting) in place of his own making and never to be heard from again. Ever!

    Even so, He wishes all men to repent of their evil and He takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked.

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