"If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary-wise; what it is it wouldn't be, and what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?"
--Alice in Wonderland
The Republican party is sending out robo calls urging people to vote Republican this November. The Republicans are in a bit of a tussle with the Tea Party for "conservative" hearts and minds. The Republican Party is a very divided party right now.
"Not only is this the #1 race in America this year, it is nothing less than a referendum on the far left policies of Barack Obama and Harry Reid. Defeating Reid would be a knockdown blow to Obama. It is a blow I can --- and will -- deliver!. Defeating Reid will spell doom for Obama's agenda!"
The Tea Party is berserk. Some real screwballs... Christine O'Donnell is the new darling of the Tea Party. She just won a primary in Delaware against Republican moderate Mike Castle. O'Donnell has some major issues. Watch out Sarah Palin, she'll steal the limelight!
This is slightly off topic, but speaking of creeps and bigots... Luther Campbell, a controversial figure in the music industry, when his group 2 Live Crew performed offensive and sexually explicit material (by mid-90s Campbell declared bankruptcy), has taken "crayon to paper " to protest the building of a community center and mosque in New York near the site of the 9/11 attacks. Luther is popping a blood vessel over the plan:
It's a point-of-view that resonates with some mosque opponents. In retrospect, they've gained an appreciation for the rap group's song, "pop that couchie" and are "down with Luke."
Back to Christine O'Donnell... her hair style, glasses, her facial expressions are a dead ringer for Palin. Republican strategist and Fox News contributor Carl Rove wavers between harsh criticism and support of O'Donnell. His attacks have forced her to address the "unfactual" nature of the charges. O'Donnell will also be spending considerable time "refudiating" her past... "that's right, it's a regular epidumbic."
For the Tea Party, stimulating the economy is a sin and for Christine O'Donnell that means saying no to self-gratification. Comedian Jimmy Kimmel feels that his "basic human rights" are being threatened.