We don’t call them the “Nutroots” for nothing. Their annual asylum reunion used to be called “Yearly Kos.” Then their fragile minds completely unhinged, they went all out for their golden calf, trashed the Democratic Party of FDR with their idolatry, and proved themselves to be “Yearly Kooks.” Now they call themselves “Netroot Nation.” Those of us who are reality based recognize them as Nuts.
They are not very bright either.
Consider what has thus far transpired at the Kook Klown Konvention. These racists (by their own definition they are racists because anyone who opposes Barack Obama is a racist) are attacking Barack Obama. Not only is this KKK event trashing Obama, they somehow have come to realize they are fools fooled by a fool. But, and this is a big but which proves how kooky the Kook Klown Konvention is, as much as they know they have been fooled by treacherous Obama they still intend to vote for him! They wish Obama well:
“The frustrations and the fears that progressives feel about President Obama were on full display Thursday as thousands of them flocked to Minneapolis for the sixth annual Netroots Nation conference.
Former Wisconsin senator Russ Feingold said he hoped that Obama will be re-elected, but he urged the president to stand up to corporate interests, demanding that the Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling become a focal point of the 2012 campaign.
“Sometimes we have to be very direct with the Democratic Party. Just as you have long pushed our Democrats to stand up for their ideals, I’m here this evening to ask you to redouble your efforts because I fear that the Democratic Party is in danger of losing its identity,” Feingold said in his keynote address to a crowd of around 2,400 progressive activists and bloggers here at the Minneapolis Convention Center, the most ever for the event.
Specifically, Feingold ripped Priorities USA, a super political action committee started last spring by former White House deputy press secretary Bill Burton.”
Former Senator Feingold is supposed to be one of the bright ones. How smart is he though? In 2008 Feingold could not make up his mind between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama. In 2010 the voters of Wisconsin sent him packing. There is nothing left of the Democratic Party of FDR in the current Obamination we call the Obama Dimocratic Party – and only now does this loser get around to saying that “the Democatic Party is in danger of losing its identity.” A clue for Feingold: the party committed suicide in 2008 in Denver.
Feingold is supposed to be one of the bright ones at the Kook Klown Konvention. In a way he is – he at least mentioned jobs:
“It’s not just campaigns and contributions,” Feingold noted. “We have to say to the president, ‘Mr. President, Jeff Immelt is not the right guy – the CEO of GE is not the right guy to be running your Jobs & Competitiveness Council, not when your company doubled its profits, increased his compensation, and asked its workers to take huge pay and benefits cuts.”
How stupid is Feingold and his fellow nutKooks? You start off by telling Obama you will vote for him. Obama stops listening to anything else – he’s gotten what he wants. Why should Obama listen to 10 cent whores? Feingold is very stupid – and kooky.
Not to be outdone, Howard Dean (the guy without cable so he did not know of the sexism and misogyny orgy of 2008 under his watch) proved he is still a coconut swinging on the tree:
“Former DNC chairman Howard Dean also addressed the opening day of the conference, noting that “grousing about the president is a stage we have to go through.” Dean said he will continue to support the president, but rather than focus on Obama, he suggested, people should focus on what they can do in their own communities.
“We are responsible for the change we can believe in,” he said. “Change does not come from Washington, DC. Change comes from the bottom up.”
“Politicians follow. They don’t lead. We lead, collectively, all of us.”
These kooks led other kooks and the willing to be kooks to Obama in 2008. They led to this debacle and now they want to continue to drive in the ditch, over the cliff, through the abyss.
The Kook Klown Konvention has not really learned anything. They still support Barack Obama despite all his treacheries. Like all nuts, they are tough to crack. The school of hard knocks, reality, will not crack these kooks. They still support Barack. They might be unhappy with Hope and Change, but they still worship the golden calf.
The little bit of news attention generated by the now irrelevant Kook Klown Konvention was a confrontation between a full out bisexual kook and the ever ready for publicity Dan Choi. The Gay Mr. Choi was not amused by the bisexual Obama lovin’ kook:
“It’s a bummer when the president “is just not that into you.”
That’s the gripe of some liberal activists here for the sixth annual Netroots Nation, a gathering of bloggers and activists who helped propel then-Sen. Barack Obama to the White House back in 2008. [snip]
On the agenda Thursday afternoon: a panel titled “What to Do When the President is Just Not that Into You,” which featured Jane Hamsher, founder and publisher of the liberal blog firedoglake.com, Dan Choi, an openly gay former Army lieutenant who handcuffed himself to the White House fence, and others.
“The president has turned out to not be as progressive as we hoped him to be,” said John Aravosis, a Democratic political consultant and gay activist. “I don’t think he’s been fierce. I don’t think he likes to advocate very much.”
Mr. Aravosis and others have long complained that the White House is tacking to the center. The stimulus law was too small, they say, and the health-care law should have had a public option. And folks here said they’re still unhappy despite some victories, including the repeal of the ban on gays serving openly in the military.
Immigration activist Felipe Matos, who wants Congress to pass immigration reform legislation, said Mr. Obama will have to do more than give speeches to win the Latino vote next year. “He went to Puerto Rico to speak to the Puerto Ricans in Florida,” Mr. Matos said of President Obama’s four-hour stop in San Juan on Tuesday. “He’s onto something, and we’re onto him. We are not a type of people that you want to mess around with.”
Things grew somewhat tense when Nick Tschida, who identified himself as an unpaid intern for Organizing for America, the White House’s political arm, approached the stage and gave the panelists a flier touting the White House’s accomplishments on gay rights.
But when Mr. Tschida told Mr. Choi that he personally did not support same-sex marriage, Mr. Choi grabbed the flier and tore it up.
Mr. Tschida then raised his shoulders and offered, “Civil unions?”
John Aravosis trashed Hillary Clinton in 2008. Aravosis trashed anyone who did not felate Barack Obama. Nick Tshida, the bisexual who loves Barack is just this year’s version of 2008 Aravosis. It took Felipe Matos and Dan Choi to teach Aravosis and Tschida how to deal with a treacherous Obama. The lesson to be learned is simple, don’t support someone who stabs you in the back on the issue you care most about.
Whether you agree with them or not on this issue, immigration activists are smart for fighting back against Barack Obama who stabbed them in the back when he had overwhelming majorities in the House and Senate. Immigration activists who say “screw you Obama” are smart tacticians, if they stick to their guns:
“Immigration activists say they are tired of Democrats assuming they have support from immigrants, particularly after the failure of the DREAM Act in December. [snip]
Still, he said immigration advocates are eager to show they are not beholden to the Democratic Party, particularly if politicians support policies such as expanding the enforcement program Secure Communities.
“We’re not interested in being under any particular political tent,” he said. [snip]
Tester is up for reelection in 2012 against Republican Rep. Denny Rehberg, putting activists in the odd position of fighting against a Democrat who assumes he will get their support. Although they do not want Rehberg to be elected, they see it as important to send a message to Tester, Haque-Hausrath said. [snip]
“Rehberg’s positions are certainly no better than Tester’s,” Haque-Hausrath said. “But they’re also no worse.”
DREAM Act supporters are also targeting President Barack Obama in his 2012 run, arguing he is partially to blame for the failure of the bill. Immigrant advocates called on Obama in May to stop referencing his support for the DREAM Act in campaign literature, arguing it is disingenuous as he still allows undocumented young people to be deported.
At Netroots Nation, a conference of progressive bloggers and activists, DREAM Act supporters said they plan to mobilize against Obama to show him he cannot take Latino and immigrant votes for granted in 2012 while continuing record-level deportations.
“Everybody is fighting for some method of accountability right now,” Juan Rodriquez of the Florida Immigrant Coalition said from the audience of a panel discussion at Netroots. “I’m not going to allow myself, my family and my community to be used.”
The bisexual boy who defended Obama should shut his mouth and learn from the immigration activists. Let’s peek some more at that bisexual dolt:
“Liberal activists booed an unpaid intern for Barack Obama’s campaign arm Thursday night after he defended the president’s record on gay rights during a Netroots Nation breakout session. [snip]
During a question-and-answer session, a 22-year-old stood up to introduce himself as an Organizing for America field representative based out of a Minnesota state house district. He told them he’s reaching out to the GLBT community, and that he’s making an issue of a Republican-proposed constitutional amendment on Minnesota’s ballot next year to restrict gay marriage.
He approached the panelists from the audience to hand them a flyer highlighting what Obama has done for gays. The tagline: “Just imagine what we’ll accomplish with six more years.”
“I can’t say that I’m for marriage equality, but as a bisexual man I’d take a bullet for both of you,” he told the panelists.
Dan Choi, a former Army lieutenant who became closely associated with the push to end DADT, asked if he supported full marriage equality.
The intern — who just graduated from college — said he cannot because of his job. Choi snapped. He tore up the piece of paper and threw back, telling him to “report back” after telling the president he should support full marriage equality. Many in the crowd of more than one hundred activists booed the young man after he noted that Obama supported civil unions.”
You’re not a man, you’re a boy, a bisexual boob of a boy working for a treacherous boob of a flim-flam man. You’re a ten cent whore at a ten cent whore convention.
For all the drollery of watching Kooks collide, there was an additional oddity (beside the Andrew Breitbart crash fun) at the Kooks Klown Konvention. Everyone seems to have forgotten that today is the Recovery Summer birthday:
“Guess who turns 1 year old today? That’s right, Joe Biden’s Recovery Summer! Let’s recall what Biden said at the birth:
With tens of thousands of projects funded and millions of Americans on the job today thanks to the Recovery Act, it’s easy to assume its impact is behind us – but summer 2010 is actually poised to be the most active Recovery Act season yet, with tens of thousands of projects underway across the country that will help to create jobs for American workers and economic growth for businesses, large and small. With thousands of road, bridge, water and other infrastructure projects breaking ground this summer, the American people will get to see first-hand the Recovery Act dollars being put to work in their communities making long-overdue infrastructure improvements, creating new opportunities for local economic growth and supporting well-paid jobs.
And let’s not forget this prediction from Sheriff Joe:
“All in all, we’re going to be creating somewhere between 100,000 and 200,000 jobs next month, I predict,” Biden was quoted as saying, while acknowledging he “got in trouble” for a job growth prediction in March.
“Even some in the White House said ‘Hey, don’t get ahead of yourself.’ Well I’m here to tell you some time in the next couple of months we’re going to be creating between 250,000 jobs a month and 500,000 jobs a month.”
It’s sad that Barack and Biden’s Recovery Summer 2010 can best be summed up by Willard Romney’s campaign video about bumps in the road:
In Minneapolis the ninnies are in control for the weekend. They enabled Barack Obama and now their tail feathers are dragging. They’ve lost hope. They’ve lost their minds.