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Dumb & dumber people are again saying the darndest things

  • Published in Letters

To The Daily Sun,

Well, its August, which is the silly season in politics. Dumb and dumber people say the darnedest things. The right has gone apoplectic about Obamacare being implemented and lunatics are still off and riding in their birther clown cars. Ted Cruz, with Louie Gohmert close on his heels, has replaced Michele Bachmann as the most ridiculous person in DC and the American Taliban's abortion bills are now 0-6 in the courts this year. Tod Kincannon who is was director of the South Carolina GOP tweeted that Muslims worship Satan and the National Institute of Drug Abuse recently denied that marijuana is less toxic than alcohol. "Ex-gay" therapist Jerry Mungadze told televangelist Benny Hinn he can identify someone possessed by demons based on what colors a person chose when coloring in a drawing of a brain. Paul Taylor of Creation Today recently stated that Tyrannosauruses were not created to eat meat and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker's police state is arresting people for singing in Madison protests. Tea Party extremists are encouraging young people not to sign up for Obamacare and Ted Cruz was just wildly heckled for having government health care while preaching the defunding of Obamacare. Sean "Inanity" Hannity will lose both his TV and radio slots and Ed Schultz is returning to MSNBC's nightly lineup at 5 p.m. due to popular demand. North Carolina House Majority Leader Paul Stam told June Atkinson, the state's superintendent of public instruction that "She should stick to her own knitting" and California Tea Partier Rep. Tom McClintock asserted that there is no crime on Wall Street because bankers don't use guns.

Finally, in this edition of Bobby Jindal's Party of Stupid, Mike Huckabee and James Inhofe say climate change isn't a threat because "God is still up there" and N.H.'s Bill O'Brien once again made a complete jackass of himself by comparing Obamacare to the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.

James Veverka