There seems to be a renewed effort to delegitimize President Obama, and this time it’s not based on the fact that he’s a cryptofascist socialist secret Muslim, radical Christian, secularist Kenyan Usurper who was raised by transvestites, is probably gay, and has traveled to Mars at the CIA’s behest.
Oh no. This time, right-wing nutbags have decided that the 2008 primary election was rigged. The fix was in!
But there inevitably comes the time when the fix isn’t in, when the opponent didn’t get the memo to take the dive, or when the mob simply tires of a champion who’s outlived his usefulness and seeks another tomato can.
Sombeody better fetch Walsh some smelling salts lest he never recover.
Republicans like Walsh are clutching their pearls in feigned melodrama so that they can distract the country. The notion that President Obama is bullying the Supreme Court — bullying the likes of Antonin Scalia who is trolling America so hard that even the denizens of 4chan have cause to be impressed — defies all common sense. Wingnuts want to make this a fight between President Obama and the Supreme Court rather than a fight between those of us whose very lives depend on the outcome of the decision and every right-wing politician and voter (including those stupid enough to continue to rage against Obamacare even as it improves their lives, simply because their hatred for the Black Guy in the White House runs that deep.)
The wingnuts are projecting. The fix was in during the 2000 general election, the fix was in when conservative justices decided to crown W. as president in Bush v. Gore, and the wingnuts are whining because President Obama gave the Supremes a stern talking to.
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