G.O.P. Religious Zealot Gingrich Zinged By G.O.P. Religious Zealot Buchanan

Isn’t it entertaining to watch Republicans eat their own? That is what makes the G.O.P. presidential primary debates so fun. Remember in 2008 when Rudolph “9/11” Giuliani accused Mitt(wit) Romney of having a “sanctuary mansion” for having illegal immigrants cut his lawn? How about when Fred “I’m In It Till I Quit It” Thompson accused Giuliani of making NYC a sanctuary city when he said Giuliani had gone to court seeking to overturn a bill designed to ban sanctuary cities. “I helped pass a bill outlawing sanctuary cities,” Thompson said. “The mayor went to court to overturn it. So, if it wasn’t a sanctuary city, I’d call that a frivolous lawsuit.” There was also the instance when John “I’m For Amnesty But I’m Against Amnesty” McCain ripped Romney for refusing to state whether waterboarding constituted torture by stating he was “astonished” that Romney would think the practice might not be torture and that failing to speak in specifics on the issue meant, “you would have to advocate that we withdraw from the Geneva Conventions.” Ahhh, the halcyon days of Republican infighting.

But do not pine for the days of yore so soon. The 2012 campaign has not even kicked off yet but the Republicans are already beginning to snipe at each other. This week’s example was Pat Buchanan vs. Newt Gingrich. On national television, Buchanan claimed that Gingrich is a “political opportunist” who is using the so-called “Ground Zero mosque” issue to position himself for a run at the Republican presidential nomination in 2012.

Gingrich on Monday accused President Obama of “pandering to radical Islam” by expressing support for building an Islamic cultural center which includes a mosque two blocks from the site of the Sept. 11 attacks, adding:

“Nazis don’t have the right to put up a sign next to the Holocaust Museum in Washington. We would never accept the Japanese putting up a sight next to Pearl Harbor. There’s no reason for us to accept a mosque next to the World Trade Center.”

Buchanan responded that Gingrich is “trying to get out and be more flamboyant and more charismatic if you will, and more controversial than Sarah Palin, who is his primary challenger if he gets into Iowa and New Hampshire.” He also said,

“How do you get more attention than Sarah Palin, who’s very good at this, is to go two steps further. I mean, I think bringing the Nazis into the argument is always absurd in American politics because there is no valid comparison there. And secondly, you know you bring that in and that’s all we start talking about.”

But as the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, so let’s go to the moving picture show shall we?

Isn’t it great when Republicans come right out of the gate and start accusing people of being Nazis? This should get Fox News’ Glenn Beck and radio’s Rush Limbaugh all ginned up in the coming weeks. Stay tuned, the Hitler analogies are sure to be fast and furious.

Please click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with today’s parody.

The Grinch That Stole Christmas song link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MPBS7dVrE1U


(sung to the Dr. Seuss song “The Grinch That Stole Christmas”)

You’re a has-been, Newt Gingrich
You’re lacking in appeal
Your were ousted as The Speaker
No one wants to hear you squeal
Newt Gingrich

You’re a unicycle
Without even one wheel

You’ve had three wives, Newt Gingrich
A mistress in the hole
Philandering’s your day job
You’re a slimy ugly troll
Newt Gingich

These woman that like you, must
Be on work-release or parole

You’re a vile one, Newt Gingrich
Your words reek with rancid bile
Your criticizing ol’ Bill Clinton
As you’re cheating all the while
Newt Gingrich

There couldn’t be a bigger hypocrite
Within a Midwest country mile

You’re a foul one, Newt Gingrich
Your first divorce smelled of skunk
Your wife, Jackie fighting cancer
You told her she was junk
Newt Gingrich

The nicest words to describe you,
Are, as follows, and I quote, Pink. Wank, Punk

You’re a coward, Newt Gingrich
Avoided your army spot
Deferment-seeking chicken-hawk
That likes to talk real tough
Newt Gingrich

Your soul is an appalling dump heap overflowing
With the most disgraceful assortment of Republican
Sound-bytes imaginable,
Mangled up in tangled up knots

You’re the racist, Newt Gingrich
It’s not Judge Sotomayor
You play the race card as a white guy
That’s so laughable I’m sure
Newt Gingrich

You’re a stinking pile of vomit
Sitting in the sun
With feces on top


Posted on August 21, 2010, in Barack Obama, Fox News, Glenn Beck, John McCain, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Republican, Rudolph Giuliani, Rush Limbaugh, Sarah Palin, Songs, Talk Radio and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. That last part is accurate for a few Republicans.

  2. They hate us for our freedoms

    Bin Laden and his counterpart, GW Bush, followed very similar career paths: spoiled rich kids who, after a wastrel phase, discovered organized religion and having become a millionaires, turned their attention to politics.

    Maybe we should just discard the clash of civilizations element of this story and just ban banks and financial institutions from “a block or two away from 9/11”. The strip joint can stay- those girls work pretty hard!

  3. If I had to choose between two parties it would have to be Republican, but, you know, these guys are getting rediculous. I believe it was Sarah Palin who said we need “in-fighting” amongst the party.

    The sick and disgusting part is, is that GOP supporters will look to Gingrich as the cure to Obama. They will vote for him in hopes of ousting the President. They will sacrafice their own principles and morals, just like M’Ann Coulter.

    • I agree with you on everything except “If I had to choose between two parties it would have to be Republican”. I am guesssing that you are relatively young and probably not in the top 1% of income earners, and if such is the case, the Republicans offer you nothing.

  4. I am twenty-six years old. What color am I thinking of? LOL! Anyway, I said that if I had the choice between the two, that does not mean I would vote for one for sake of voting. I didn’t like John McCain, in fact, I agree with Ron Paul when he said that McCain didn’t know what he was talking about. I voted third party in ’08.

    But it is thanks to people like you, me, and the rest (mostly you guys) who work to hold and educate those of “traditional family values.” The GOP is reeling from their loss in ’08 and their grabbing at air.

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