Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Did I Miss Something?

Michael "Pull My Finger" Steele, Chairman of the RNC

From Talking Points Memo we read:
Steele Speech Today: The Era Of Apologizing For GOP Mistakes Is Over
RNC Chairman Michael Steele is set to deliver a speech to state GOP chairmen today, seeking to re-energize the party. "The era of apologizing for Republican mistakes of the past is now officially over. It is done," Steele will say. "We have turned the page, we have turned the corner. No more looking in the rearview mirror." He will also declare: "Republicans may be the minority party at the moment, but we represent the ideas and concerns of the majority of Americans."
Did I miss something? Have the Republicans and the RNC been spending a lot of time apologizing for the past thirty eight years? Have Dick Cheney and George W. Bush come out and apologize for the WMDs and the invasion of Iraq? Has Donald Rumsfeld been apologizing for pushing the Bush administration to continue with their Excellent Iraqi Adventure by plying Dubya with Bible-verse laden reports? Has Dick Cheney, John Yoo, Condoleeza Rice and the rest of those bastids members of the Opposition apologized for torture? Has Rush Limbaugh apologized for, well, for existing? I know that I've been a bit distracted lately, but I'm pretty sure I would have remembered such apologies. Perhaps Michael Steele is talking about all the apologies Republicans have been making whenever one of them says something bad about Rush Limbaugh. . .
Oh, and this:


Harry Allagree said...

The Repugs' daily illogical and assinine comments, excuses, etc. are only strengthening thinking people's convictions that these right-wingers have nothing constructive to offer this country. Hopefully they'll continue to disintegrate from within.

eileen said...

Has Rush Limbaugh apologized for existing?BWAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!

There isn't enough apology in the know universe to apologize for that, even if all his existing and future ancestors apologized with him.

Fred Preuss said...

I am so glad that both sets of believers in the great Mr. invisible who wants to give away your money/tell you what to do in the bedroom are so diverse and friendly!
Every day I am more glad that I don't waste my time or money listening to either Robertson or Robinson. Lock them in a room-they deserve each other.
Bunch of freaks in drag.

Padre Mickey said...

Fred, you are being intolerant of those who wear drag.
And you, an accountant!

Fred Preuss said...

Wear what you want-just don't say that god wants you to put on silk and then send me the bill for it.

Göran Koch-Swahne said...

Telling people not to look back on past mis-takes is always a bad sign, so I have learnt.

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