Author: LOLGOP

Livetweeting HBO’s Game Change

Livetweeting HBO’s Game Change

How’s that “people take notes’ thing working out for you? by @pourmecoffee In the book “Game Change” by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin, Sarah Palin doesn’t enter into the second half. The bulk of the story is the battle between Hilary Clinton and Barack Obama. It’s a story will be told throughout American history, a story made even more relevant […]

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Why Barack Obama’s Greatness Goes Unnoticed

Why Barack Obama’s Greatness Goes Unnoticed

BREAKING: Black man can’t get a little credit Here’s Barack Obama’s problem: He makes it look too easy. His is a presidency that is flooded with accomplishments and astoundingly lacking in gaffes and scandals. He has returned this economy to just about where it was before the Great Recession hit, reversing a tide of attrition that lasted nearly a decade. […]

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“A Separation” We Can’t Live Without

“A Separation” We Can’t Live Without

Won’t be fooled again? Of all Mitt Romney’s deceitful pandering, his warmongering when it comes to Iran is the most despicable. Faced with an ever-weakening campaign and an improving economy, his only hope is to gin up war. This President has been cautiously and effectively receding the “tide of war”, as he calls it. And Romney, along with Santorum and […]

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Mitt Romney’s Not-So Super Tuesday

Mitt Romney’s Not-So Super Tuesday

Good Luck Tonight. Really. As Republicans in ten states take their turn at reluctantly accepting the creator of Obamacare as the GOP standard-bearer against President Obama, the actual President took the stage in the White House briefing room. He announced new help for veterans and millions of homeowners then took some questions from the press corp. Deftly, he explained to […]

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Predictions: Super Tuesday

Predictions: Super Tuesday

Time to ship the Santorum Surge to the Smithsonian’s collection of Unfortunate Metaphors   -Follow @DemocratMachine With Eric Cantor, Tom Coburn and John Ashcroft’s endorsements, Barbara Bush making robocalls and the Drudge Report ignoring the biggest story of the campaign, the GOP establishment is determined to make Super Tuesday Mitt Romney’s big night. And it will probably work. I think […]

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LOLGOP Winner: Rush Limbaugh

LOLGOP Winner: Rush Limbaugh

You’re sorry Congratulations to Rush Limbaugh, winner of the first LOLGOP. Rush loves attention. But he may have overdosed this week. You know that last week Rush spent three shows calling law student Sandra Fluke a “slut” and a “prostitute” because Ms. Fluke chose to assert in public that birth control is part of basic women’s health care. The idea […]

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How Drudge Saves Mitt

How Drudge Saves Mitt

How Mitt Romney hides his Mitt Romney-ness Imagine clicking on the DrudgeReport and seeing this: MITT ROMNEY SUPPORTED INDIVIDUAL MANDATE FOR OBAMACARE It would be the end of Mitt Romney’s campaign. Why? Last year, as pundits wondered how the man who implemented an universal health care plan nearly identical to Obamacare could win the GOP nomination, Mitt Romney had an […]

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LOLGOP of the Week

It may be impossible to just pick one Here’s the idea. We’re going to pick a LOLGOP Moment of the Week but we need your help.What is the clunkiest, most telling GOP gaffe you’ve come across this week?Is it Rush admitting he doesn’t know how birth control works? Santorum revealing his vomitous response to the Separation of Church and State? […]

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Mitt Romney Sets a New Flip Flop Record

Mitt Romney Sets a New Flip Flop Record

We used to call it lying This afternoon, I was alarmed to learn that Mitt Romney had taken a sensible position. He said that he opposed the so-called Blunt Amendment the US Senate Amendment. This amendment allows any employer to deny birth control to his employees based on religious beliefs. If Republicans spoke to their wives (or smart women like […]

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Liveblog: Michigan (and Maybe a Little Arizona) GOP Primary

Liveblog: Michigan (and Maybe a Little Arizona) GOP Primary

Basically, Mitt Romney has already lost Michigan. In 2008, Mitt Romney won the GOP primary in the state where he was born—the state where his father was governor for three terms—easily. And as of last night’s polls, Mitt was losing to Santorum by a point, knowing that Rick Santorum has outperformed polls consistently in this primary. Despite any mischief and […]

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The GOP Can’t Deny Its Extremism (Anymore)

The GOP Can’t Deny Its Extremism (Anymore)

America just isn’t that into the 1 percent We let the GOP pretend they’re for small government, even though they don’t believe in the separation of uterus and state. We let them say they’re conservative, when they want to pre-emptively start new wars. We let them say that they care about the American Dream, as they try to destroy the […]

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