Friday, November 14, 2014

Going Old Testament On Your Ass, Professor Gruber

With AAAAALLL the recent video clips surfacing showing Professor Gruber expressing his deep regard for the American voter and undying respect for their right to self-determination contempt for their stupidity, poor Alan Colmes had to fall on his theological sword in front of millions of viewers in a feeble attempt to deflect outrage. When Megyn Kelly pressed for an explanation of just how "sorry" the professor could credibly be for having characterized the American voting public as "stupid" no fewer than three times (and that's just what was captured on tape), Alan Colmes begged, "What happened to Christian forgiveness?"


Christian forgiveness!  The exquisite impossibility of even hearing a statement that stupid come out of Colmes' mouth made me LOL for about ten minutes. The proper response for what Professor Gruber did is not found under the category of Christian Forgiveness. It is found under the category of OLD TESTAMENT SMITING! Like what Moses did to Pharaoh.

But when the "liberal twit" Colmes (he said it, not me) realized his idiotic plea didn't immediately make Megyn Kelly sink into apologetic surrender, he shifted to a defense of Gruber's deceit and arrogance that was every bit as farfetched, "But Republicans do the same thing!"

So Mr. Colmes' response to Gruber's epic, Grade A, nuclear-level arrogance, deceit, and deception was to first beg for forgiveness and then to point the finger.

I need a lightening bolt as well.
Well, here's the finger to you, Mr. Colmes. And it doesn't come with forgiveness.

Admittedly, lying for expediency and political gain is readily accepted as SOP in politics by both parties, but never before has the American public been defiantly railroaded by one political party with deceit and malicious intent and an utter disregard for the outcries from a majority of citizens against the passage of a law that will forever change the basic relationship between those citizens and the state. As I remember, Obamacare was NEVER popular, even with Professor Gruber's oh-so cleverly twisted and nuanced descriptions of mandates, taxes and such rot fucking lies. Never.

So perhaps the American public isn't quite as stupid as Professor Gruber would like to believe, which, I feel compelled to point out, sorta kinda proves just how not smart Professor Gruber must be. And now the only ones defending him are the stupid people who gobbled up his lies in the first place.

Oh, the irony! The rich, luscious, unctuous irony!


  1. Mr. Genius Gruber didn't fool anybody who was paying attention. He just gave the leftist trash some plausible deniability, which he's now blown by letting everybody know that Obama was in on the scam from the beginning. The only thing I've heard that I didn't expect was that Romneycare only works by ripping off the feds (known as taxpayers to anybody but Hahvahd trained economists apparently) for $400 million per year. Not terribly surprised about that, just didn't expect to hear it. Does Hahvahd only admit the ethically challenged, or do they educate it out of people?

  2. Yes, and yes to your last questions. Only the ethically challenged would seek admittance to Hahvahd...especially in the graduate programs, and then Hahvahd does everything possible to reinforce your utter lack of common sense and moral turpitude, all the while stroking you daily on how very very smart and clever you are. Nothing flatters a smart person like being told all fucking day every fucking day how very very smart they are. It's what they live for.

  3. As much as I wish this story would get legs, I am sadly convinced that it will disappear in a few days. Much to our collective loss!

    1. Probably. It looks like shirtstorm may have already blown it off the radar.