Says here that the ship I’ve invested all my self-worth into has crashed into an iceberg. Beginning coping amnesia in 5…4…3…
B. Daniel Blatt, Gay Putz:
Obama’s remarks in Michigan & his partisan nature
It’s been a while since we last peeked in on America’s Dumbest Homosexual. Heck, we haven’t even really said hi to our favorite Quisling blog since back in October.
And that’s a shame, because we’ve been missing what is proving to be a rather entertaining extended meltdown. These are people who have aligned exclusively with those who hate them, with those who do not entirely believe people like Dan are even human. And have done so entirely out of animus for non-whites and a belief that doing so will somehow make them special.
And well, now that a black man has won himself re-election largely on the backs of the increasing electoral power of non-white men and women of all colors? At the same time that gay rights is starting to rocket forward on the backs of “leftist” activism and the professional homophobe market is starting to collapse, leaving no special place for wanna-be capos?
It’s starting to… affect Dan.
Shorter (or the last port before Jungle):
- Obama’s not the President! He’s not! And thus he’s not supposed to be out pretending to be the president! Mommy, make him hide in a cave for 4 years so I can pretend he wasn’t re-elected!
That’s… one coping strategy.
The decision that President Obama, the head of the federal government, made yesterday to wade into the politics in one state seemed a defining one.
Oh no, he di’int! How dare… the president of the United States talk about something happening in said states that affects real people in the nation he is the legitimate top elected official of!
And especially not when said issues are part of a multi-state trend of right-wing governors ignoring campaign promises, the needs and wills of their constituents, and sometimes the law in order to screw over real people and rights that were fought for over centuries because they think it will give them a short-term partisan financial advantage.
But really, that gall only lasts a short time before we get to Dan’s real issue with Obama’s comments on “right to work”.
Instead of being the postpartisan political healer he claimed to be in the 2008 election, he seems to feel that he just has to interject himself into contentious political issues, not as the mediator, but as the combatant.
Yes, Dan, is deeply, personally offended that Obama is acting like he has any place with “real officials” having opinions on “political issues”. It’s like that no-good nigger sheriff thinks that just because he was overwhelmingly voted into the office of President twice over, he has a right to talk down to his betters.
And besides, didn’t he say that he was post-partisanship? Oh, that was all of our ferocious spin of the man when we aren’t calling him (literally in many cases) Malcolm X’s love child? Well, um, he promised, so he’s not allowed to act all presidenty! He just gets to sort of sit there not saying anything so that those damn liberal kids can pretend they’re all cool because seeing a black man doesn’t give them a five-hour heart attack, while the nice white men who should have won dictate how our country looks.
No, Dan, it doesn’t work like that.
He won big. He won big twice. And after you and your ilk has thrown everything they could, he still continues to be America’s choice on how things should be run. If you didn’t like that, maybe you should have tried sucking less… or perhaps sucking more, so that you didn’t need to displace all your sexual frustration and loneliness on poor brown-skinned people.
He seems more interested in playing partisan politics than in working with the opposing party to effect a consensus.
Yeah, it’s almost like he won an election that was rather starkly about which vision of America Americans most supported or something. And almost like Republicans have been abusing good faith for a solid 4 years to try and turn every good idea that could legitimately help people into a never-ending call for unilateral surrenders in the name of “compromise” and “consensus”.
You succeeded, Dan. You and your doppelgangers in Congress managed to finally tarnish the Eternal Optimist enough that he no-longer tries to punt your football. You’re just going to have to deal with having a black president and the beds you have made.
So he continues on for a bit, with a bunch of wingnut rants trying to smear the people legitimately angry at the Michigan’s government unilaterally eliminating worker rights. And then we get this:
I had meant this to be a longer post, addressing the frustration we Republicans feel in the wake of Obama’s victory that we’ll be subject to four more years of his divisive rhetoric, but by the time I got to this post, I had little energy to write. I have been working a great deal on my fantasy epic and have now completed (and am busy editing) the second chapter of the epic and finding myself scribbling notes for the third chapter.
Just last night, I “heard” a scene in my head which soon became the concluding paragraphs for the first part of the first book. So, if my blogging is slower than usual, it’s because I’m investing my writing “energy” into other endeavors.
Leaving aside the fact that “the frustration we Republicans feel in the wake of Obama’s victory” couldn’t come through louder if he tried to hook his dog-whistle up to an air-raid siren, we get that last bit about his blogging speed.
On the two days of December 10th and the 11th (both weekdays), Dan has posted no fewer than 10 individual posts under his name.
I can only conclude that “other endeavors” is the street name given to a special blend of meth and coke that Dan is relying to get through this troubling mental time.
The latest post up on the Gay Patriot site is devoted to a new conservative radio show uber spectacular that Bruce and other luminaries of the right-wing will be collaborating on.
Who are some of these other bright, totally not flaming out, lights of the right’s best and brightest?
From the The Daily Caller – Matt Lewis
Ooh, a hack who could only manage a gig at Tucker Carlson’s vanity press. Be still my poor beating heart!
And from the Conservative Daily News, Michelle Ray (@GaltsGirl)
A Stepford Wife who couldn’t manage to land herself a televised gig in a landscape where right-wing networks are desperate to throw up a vaguely young, vaguely attractive face to try and convince their septugenarian viewership that their views are still hip and with it. Who else?
From Breitbart.com – Mary Chastain
Someone who still hasn’t caught onto the fact that Breitbart’s empire has returned to so much swamp gas with his inebriated passing. Well, at least that’s the bottom of the barrel-
PJTV’s @VodkaPundit, Stephen Green
Pajama Media TV… I don’t need a punchline here. He provided one for me. But at least this “all-star cast” can’t get anymore emba-
Conservative Twitter celebrity, Kevin Eder (@keder)
A “twitter celebrity”, huh?
So, what is ol’ Kev bringing to the table other than a face exactly like that one frat douche you knew in college that you always wanted to deck*?
Well, a list of tweets that are pretty much boilerplate copy-and-pastes from the daily talking points interspersed with such illuminating dashes of wit as:
It’s sort of amusing how seriously leftists take themselves. Get a grip and a sense of humor, loons!
Yeah, apparently Gay Patriot is so much on the “rise” that he’s stooped to having to fill air time with the Cool Coach troll.
I’d feel sadder for them all if they weren’t such vile traitorous bastards.
‘Shorter’ concept created by Daniel Davies and perfected by Elton Beard. Apparently, alternating between anger and denial is going to be conservatives’ coping strategy for the next 4 years of Obama’s presidency as well. We are aware of all Internet traditions.™
He’s that guy. He’s all the that guys.