Sunday, September 02, 2012

Nooners's Imaginary World; RNC 2012 Edition


Is Nooners hitting the communion wine a little too hard again?

Would it be irresponsible to speculate?

I think you know the answer to that question...

First, at the other end of the link, there's some BS hearsay from some politician or other who guesses that 10-15% of voters have not yet made up their minds. This prompts Nooners to call the race "wide open"...

As you know, Nooners's wishes and mystical flights of fancy are better than, y'know, data...which, in this case, tell a very different story...

But my favorite bit is this:

Telling us that Romney must use humor...which is roughly similar to telling him that he should use his feminine wiles...or a magic wand...or his psychic powers...or some similarly non-existent means...Nooners adduces three reasons, the final of which is:
...President Obama can't stand to be made fun of. His pride won't allow it, his amour propre [sic] cannot countenance a joke at his own expense. If Mr. Romney lands a few very funny lines about the president's leadership, Mr. Obama will freak out. That would be fun, wouldn't it?
Yet again, conservatives attack imaginary Obama...a pure figment of their imaginations. Nothing Obama has ever done suggests anything like this. In fact, his recent response to ridicule strongly indicates just the opposite...

Nooners, I'd guess, is projecting... Imagine the vainglorious, grandiloquent, unctuous Peggy coming face-to-face with the ridicule she so richly deserves...would her amour-propre endure it? One (as she might put it) thinks not... One thinks she might freak out. That would be fun, wouldn', wait...who would even be able to tell...?


Blogger matthew christman said...

That's such an insane claim that I can't even imagine what the impetus for it is. When, in four years of enduring constant, deeply insulting vitriol from assorted right-wing homunculi, has Obama shown anything other than quiet dignity? At least the D'Souza-style fantasies are grounded in the logic of conspiracy theory. You'd think that the claim "Obama can't stand to be made fun of" would require some sort of observable support. Somebody took an Ambien with her Franzia.

3:03 AM  
Blogger Winston Smith said...

Right there with ya, man...

8:46 AM  

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