Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Take Their Tickets Away!

Turd Blossom
I'm proud to annouce that Team Lieberman has scored yet another victory against blogofascism! So-called "citizen journalists" Spazeboy and Jane Hamsher were denied entry to the Clinton/Lieberman campaign extravaganza yesterday. Click on their loathsome names for their own personal accounts of the incident (probably all lies). The TRUTH straight from Joe HQ is here. These people think that they can hound me during this entire race, and expect to crash MY campaign event with their legitimate tickets to see the second-best President we've had in the past 10 years? I think not.

While this event was not organized by Karl Rove, our campaign was inspired by his ability during the '04 Presidential race to extinguish any sign of dissent, and by his skill in preventing the President from hearing any views contrary to his. The man is a genious. Hey, Bush won the '04 election, didn't he? We could do worse than to emulate a winning campaign.

I'm happy to tell you that the entire rally was 100% dissent-free, as it should have been. People cheered louder for Bill than they did for me, which was unfortunate. President Clinton didn't criticize Ned Lamont very much at all, which was also unfortunate. But 2,000 people came to the event, and were a captive audience to hear my message that we can have a better future if only we maintain the status quo. Therefore, I have to say the Clinton/Lieberman event was a success.

Clinton/Lieberman. I like the sound of that. Maybe me and HRC in '08?

6 Comments:

Anonymous Looney Leftist said...

A few things:

You say vile, hate filled insults are typical of the left. But apparently your friends Ann Coulter, Bill O'Reilly, Rush, etc, get a pass. For example, Coutler saying "we should invade their countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity." If that doesn't qualify, I don't know what does.

Another thing: it is not the anti-war democrats who are unreasonable and out of touch with the public. Virtually any poll on the war indicates that just over half of Americans now feel the war was a mistake. Does this contingent not deserve a voice? Left to you and your ilk, the democratic party would be nothing more than the Republican-lite party.

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, one more thing. I hope you were attempting to be Funny/Ironic/Sarcastic with this whole "Dissent=Bad" thing in this post. Because that would be really un-patriotic, anti-american, etc.

9:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First off, this website is a parody.

Second, it's really interesting that the moron who writes this blog is reporting the claim of two Lieberman-haters that NO real journalists have picked up on as if it was a fact.

7:43 AM  
Anonymous Loony Leftist said...

DOH!!! Wow, don't I feel dumb. In all fairness, I had a long day at work and was real tired when I came upon this site...oh hell with it, I guess I'm as bad as Tom Delay at recognizing satire (who cited a faux interview from the Colbert Report as his top defense on his website, for those not in the know)

6:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lieberman Rebounds in Waterbury

Can you feel the Joementum building? Catch it while you can!

7:29 PM  
Blogger Johnny Pez said...

Don't worry about those poll numbers, Joe. After all, even if you lose the primary and then go on to lose the general election in November, it's no reason to give up your Senate seat. Did your good friend George W. Bush let a little thing like losing the election keep him from becoming President? Of course not! As in so much else, you should let the example of our 43rd President be your guide. Elections aren't as important as they used to be in determining who should hold office.

These days, all that counts is how many Supreme Court justices are willing to bend the law to accommodate you. And what a coincidence! The Supreme Court is currently jam-packed with Republican justices that you voted to confirm, and they are ready, willing and able to return the favor!

So don't sweat the elections. It's in the bag, baby!

8:51 PM  

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