Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Top Ten Craziest Things that Happened at the Democrats’ Convention Last Night — DAY ONE

Posted on September 5, 2012 by  // Best of HillbuzzHillbuzz
[ Click above to embiggen:  the Barack and Michelle Obama Presidential Monument destined for the National Mall if the corrupt media has its way in a few years. Note the "Eye of Obama" floating in the air and held aloft by the gazes of the Obama sphinxes ]

Last night I watched the entirety of the Democrats’ Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina so you didn’t have to, because we’re friends like that, and I’m apparently a glutton for punishment.  I’ve always wondered how straight guys really feel when they complain about having to sit through something interminable like the Academy Awards where they wonder how much longer this thing on the screen can drag on…and I think I understand a little of that this morning.  The Republican Convention at times felt like an Oscars’ telecast too, when various lists of names were read aloud and the audience in their seats politely applauded, but the Democrats’ telecast last night was just dull with what seemed like endless screaming and yelling into the microphone. Honestly, if you’d had asked me two days ago if I would have dreamed that something with almost nonstop screaming and yelling could be DULL, I’d have laughed at you, but somehow Democrats pulled that off.  I actually have a pounding headache today from the at times endless parade of Democrats who ranted and raved in rambling diatribes. Here and there, that angry wall of sound was punctuated by ten moments of genuine craziness you probably should know about for any chats by the water cooler today.

Here they are, as culled from the Live-Blog-Transcript I typed of the proceedings in real time as they happened last night:

10. Governor Ted Strickland of Ohio embarrassed my home state by actually saying, and I quote:  ”If Mitt Romney were Santa Claus he’d have fired the reindeer and outsourced the elves!”.  This was just embarrassing.  Since he left office in 2010, Strickland has lost all ability to speak to people on camera. He yelled into the microphone and told really bad “jokes” at Mitt Romney’s expense, like that Santa thing.  ”If Mitt Romney were a soda can, he’d be the one where the tab broke off and you’d have to get a fork or something to pry it open and it would explode in your face because Mitt Romney hates you”.  There was a lot of rambling Occupy Wall Street garbage here, with Strickland saying Romney was too wealthy but Barack Obama could relate to regular people.  Oh, really?  Surprisingly enough Strickland didn’t tell everyone about the $35 million beachfront mansion that wealthy Chicago bankers are currently purchasing for the Obamas to live in after they leave Washington in January.  The only thing funny about Strickland’s speech is how stupid these attacks on wealth are when the people who have lived-it-up the most on other people’s dime are THE OBAMAS. 

9. An angry parade of black men from Cory Booker to Deval Patrick and Mayor Foxx of Charlotte screamed and yelled into the microphone and tried to sound like they were preachers in church.  Some more.  Black Democrat politicians trying to channel Reverend Jeremiah Wright best get hip to the fact that homey Obama already played that.  There’s not going to be another ranting and raving black man as President for a very long time after Obama’s booted out of office come November.  I don’t know why Booker, Patrick, and Foxx felt the need to carry on the way they did, but maybe they were auditioning for a Tyler Perry movie or something.  They all pretty much screamed about the same things, though Patrick was the one whose ranting and raving finally drove me to crack open the Advil.  His speech ended in about five minutes of pure shouting.  Do Democrats seriously believe Americans really want to listen to black men angrily shouting at them through the television? There were entire seasons of Oz that had less of this.

8. Women who seemed like they’d never be in any danger of getting pregnant screeched about their “Right to Kill Babies”.  A woman named Nancy Keenan took the stage as a seemingly angry, man-hating lesbian and bellowed about how women should be allowed to kill all the babies growing inside them…which, they actually are in fact allowed to do, sadly, in this country.  This is not the woman who played Joe on Facts of Life, but I can see how you’d be confused…though that was Nancy McKeon.  Keenan is a conspiracy theorist who kept telling gross lies about how Republicans wanted to control her and her body  and then launched into the usual litany of lies these sorts of people tell to stir up hatred against conservatives.  She screamed and yelled into the microphone for a while, declared herself to be some sort of champion of something or another, and generally just garnered negative attention by being loud and obnoxious on camera.  Sometimes I thought she was Roseanne Barr.  She, like all Democrats, made abortion sound almost like something fun by calling it “the choice”…as if the other options to choose from included rooms filled to bursting with candy and a trip to someplace tropical where it always rains right after you’ve done everything you wanted to do that day and were already going inside.  Abortion should always be called “the killing of babies inside the womb” and the issues related to it should be known as “The Right to Kill Babies”.  Someone like Keenan would never stand up on a stage like that and shout about how much she wanted “to kill babies inside their mothers” but being a lesbian who is preoccupied with other women aborting their babies is something this degenerate has turned into a paying career for herself.  Only in America, folks. Keenan has to make a living, I guess…but it’s too bad so many innocent babies have to die for her to do it.

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