Paul Begala claims Republicans don't care about national defense and want to kill him, probably not in that order

At the Campus Progress National Student Conference in Washington, DC, ex Clinton aide Paul Begala criticized Republicans for their “piss poor job of defending the United States.”

Yes siree, a liberal whose boss slashed and burned the military to the point where it had to be identified via dental records, says Republicans aren’t aggressive enough on national defense. Not only that, but Republicans want him dead.

Go ahead and laugh. I am. Begala said this, after first answering his shoe:

“They (Republicans) want to kill me and my children if they can. But if they just kill me and not my children, they want my children to be comforted — that while they didn’t protect me because they cut my taxes, my children won’t have to pay any money on the money they inherit,” Begala said. “That is bullshit national defense, and we should say that.”

Okay, I agree… killing Paul Begala is a pretty bad national defense strategy, unless we’re going to use his forehead as a missile shield or something. That said, the man has lost it. He’s getting those little cartoon spirals in his eyes now, and is laying eggs in the Cuckoo’s Nest.

Democrats have lost so much and are getting so loopy that they’re starting to make Anna Nicole Smith look like a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institute.

No offense, Paul, but someone of your political past complaining about a weak national defense is like Captain Hazelwood bitching about the fishing conditions in Prince William Sound.

It’s always a good time to watch Begala and company saw off the same branch they’re sitting on, and keep doing it over and over again.

The problems is that there were no doubt several echo-heads at the conference nodding in agreement, completely unaware that they were staring so much wrong right in the face.

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