Friday, April 13, 2012

Ann Romney

Well crap. This one is so ripe for a whirlwind scathing, but I've hit a bit of stride on the tractor shed and I'm more concerned with Revenge: 5 days, several hours or so, and counting. So let me leave it to better men who don't hate women as much as I (and Mitt) do and simply say this:

"Hey assholes. You think it's easy choosing which caddy to drive all day? Fuck all y'all, and your dead jews. We're just trying to help!"

18 comments:

Keifus said...

We can still agree that she knows fuckall about the economic issues that most women (or men) deal with, right?

On the other hand, she's gotta be married to Mitt, who only looks stiff until he unzips.

switters said...

surely amongst the ruin and rubble of mitt's spectacular defeat, the silver lining for the family will be the inevitable spinoff, "real housewives of [insert location of which romney home here]", where the "housewives" will all be married to mitt. get it? because he's a mormon? right? oh man!

switters said...

when i heard the romneys had to sell some equities in college just to make ends meet, i openly wept for nearly 23.7 minutes. that's right. i said it. these are the real americans living in the real america with the real american problems. goddammit there are people hurting out there! especially in those "fly-over states" that all the real americans are constantly flying over. wise up, aimee mann!

Schmutzie said...

Hah! I tweeted the exact same thing yesterday....

@Schmutzie_

Ann Romney: "I know what it's like to struggle" @washingtonpost Trying to settle on which Cadillac to drive doesn't count as struggling Ann.

Check the replies...

‏ @StephenFederici

@Schmutzie_ @washingtonpost Yeah because having MS and cancer isn't that tough.


@DjGrzeskowiak

@Schmutzie_ do you think surviving cancer and MS count?

(Me)- @DjGrzeskowiak Mitt called Ann his expert on women & the economy. Ann was saying she sympathizes w struggles of working moms,not MS victims

(Him)

@Schmutzie_ (1/3) Romney: "My wife has the occasion, as you know, to campaign on her own and also with me, and she"
@Schmutzie_ (2/3) "reports to me regularly that the issue women care about most is the economy." < This is the quote @hilaryr is mad about.
@Schmutzie_ (3/3) Mitt never said Ann is an expert on women navigating the economy. He said women tell her their econ concerns @ events.

(140 characters is just too tough for the fans of Romney)

Me-

@DjGrzeskowiak Right, economic concerns @ events. Not personal health concerns. Which is why your MS & cancer remark was a non sequitur.


(He hasn't responded to the last one. I guess he figured if playing the Cancer/MS card didn't work he had nothin' else to say....)

switters said...

god help us all. i'm sort of starting to hope barry loses and then says on election night: "fine. enjoy hell, fuckwads."

switters said...

funny. there was a time not so long ago that i'd feel lonely watching a show like "the finder" (fox, fridays at 8) with my mom and dad, thinking "i should've called 'her'", &c., and so forth, but instead being sentenced to having to watch tv on a friday night with my parents. now there's nothing i'd rather be doing than watching a show on tv with my parents. how sad is that? well, not sad at all. i had a good week, kept busy, was productive, sober, almost happy. which means i wonder more often than i did exactly a year ago why i can't, well, watch tv with my mom and dad on a friday night. so what if they're dead. doesn't mean they're not here.

anyways, "the finder" is actually a fun show that's well done. and i've got itunes.

Schmutzie said...

I flipped over to Fox and watched 5 minutes of Fringe before it dawned on me that you're in the Eastern Time Zone. The Finder. Friday at 8- 7 Central. I did catch my first 5 minutes of Fringe, so there's that. Maybe if Romney won in Nov, some of those red staters would find out just how little Mitt Romney (and Ann) cares about their struggles. Asshole's new house has an elevator for his car.

How's that finger?

switters said...

mitt. ann. good times. i'm tickled with the progress of the shed. not a big deal.

i have some feeling in it now, but still can't move it much. miss playing the guitar. the weather's been awesome. life can be profound without being profound. but you already know that.

Schmutzie said...

Home opener today for the White Sox. 60ish and sunny. Turned gray later, but still, another winter behind us. Shed sounds like a cool project. What's your severe weather contingency my friend? Underground? Under house? Sorry, I've been watching Doomsday Bunkers on Discovery.

switters said...

funny you should ask. cellar's good. but the ultimate 'nado fall back position is the well pump house: 6x6 concrete hole just beyond the shop. the tricky part will be lowering dog down into the crash position. have i mentioned lately she's the best dog ever?

Schmutzie said...

Perfect. Access ladder down into the pump house now? That could be a tricky move with an arm full of dog. Maybe run yerselves some drills, and get her used to it. Cellar's good, but 6x6 concrete hole is the shit. I see Norman, OK got tagged today. Good thing those Okies know what to do in a 'nado.

switters said...

Best In Show on The CW. Can't watch, too painful.

rundeep said...

Too painful? Do you have two left feet?

Schmutzie said...

Rundeep, a question that's always bothered me ...and a lot of people: Mayflower, combined with Philadelphia - a no-brainer, right? Cause Philly is where the Mayflower landed. Not so. It turns out Columbus actually set foot somewhere down in the West Indies. Little known fact.

switters said...

"... his head pops off like a grape..."

Schmutzie said...

And to think in some countries these dogs are eaten.

rundeep said...

I love you guys.

Cindy said...

Me too!