Debating the debate and the current Republican psychosis

Debating the debate and the current Republican psychosis

In today’s Beacon-News column I ask the question, “Why can’t Republicans ever admit they’re wrong or accept bad news about anything? Instead, they turn any disappointment into a left wing conspiracy. Please read the column for the full effect.  
When Barrack Obama utterly bombed in the first debate, at least the Democrats had the nerve to say, “Wow! He sucked!” But when Paul Ryan gets his pasty white ass handed to him by Grandpa Joe (and his pasty white teeth), Republicans everywhere insist he won.
Of course, when Romney consistently interrupted the President during the first debate he was “forceful,” but when Biden did it he was “rude.” When Romney had that smirk on his face for the entire debate he was just tellin’ it like it is. When Biden did it he was “obnoxious.”
Don’t we have a problem when a major political party has the basic maturity level of a 2nd grader? The next thing you know we’re going to start hearing Karl Rove say, “I know you are, but what am I?”
C’mon GOP! Admit it! Though Ryan didn’t fare nearly as badly as the President, he was utterly destroyed by Biden on all levels. He was hunching, sweating, constantly reaching for the water glass, and basically, looked like a fricken’ deer in the headlights.
When you ask the question, “Who won the VP debate,” there’s one simple criterion – did Biden stop the bleeding and re-energize the Democrats? And we all know the answer to that one. Ryan clearly is not ready for the big leagues.
Before you even think of accusing me of being a bleeding heart liberal Democrat apologist, please first explain my wholehearted support for Chris Lauzen, Judy Biggert, Tom Hartwell, Terry Hunt, Joe McMahon, Steve Rauschenberger, and Dan Rutherford.
In fact, my unwavering support for Ms. Biggert has gotten me in a boatload of trouble with my Democratic friends. It ain’t easy being a moderate! But the truth is Bill Foster is a fricken’ moron and he’s the last Democrat we need in Congress.
You see, if Republicans don’t start calling out their own and taking responsibility for their failures we’ll be heading right back to 2007.

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