There's a whole lotta malakatude this week but I've decided to pick on a minor offender, former Texas GOP Chair, Cathie Adams. Why? I'm pressed for time and I can whip this one out in a hurry. Also, it's yet another example of the GOP's continuing pursuit of the stupid and crazy even as Politico assures us that Republicans have gotten the message and are becoming instant-moderates, as if it were a powdery drink like Tang. It's more like Kool-Aid, y'all...
Anyway, Ms. Adams seems to have eaten some really strong pot brownies by mistake before making this preposterous claim:
Adams went on to rail against Colorado’s (then-)upcoming vote on legalizing marijuana, which passed in the state on Election Day. “And if we legalize it, will we empty out our jails and will we be safe for ever more?” Adams asked. “No. I’m telling you, Barack Hussein Obama has got to have a teleprompter because he fried his brain on drugs. It doesn’t work.”
Barack Obama: stoner burn-out? Who knew? Next someone will claim that Cheech Marin or Tommy Chong is either the Prez's real father or his gay lover. Of course, the former allegation would undermine birtherism but what's wrong with a a little inconsistency? The batshit crazy wing of the GOP thrives on inconsistency, after all.
Ms. Adams also thinks Obama is-surprise, surprise-a Commie:
Who is a Marxist in our White House? Of course, it’s Barack Hussein Obama. And I don’t know why we’re not calling him what he is as a Marxist. It’s as if, when the wall fell that communism died; it didn’t. Today, it is green on the outside and red on the inside. It is as red as ever and Barack Obama is implementing his green agenda,
I guess Ms. Adams is unaware that the most polluted nations on earth were members of the Warsaw Pact, which at least claimed to be Marxist guvmints. I won't even get started about China. Once again, why let the facts get in the way of a loony conspiracy theory? Facts are for Commies. Hey, at least she knows her colors...
I guess it's time to warm up the teleprompter, fire up a joint, and read Das Capital. Wow, man, that sounds hard. I'd rather space out and listen to Dark Side Of The Moon, man:
That ends my foray into Tommy T country. I don't know how the man does it but I'm glad he does. He's the anti-malaka and his fellow Texan, Cathie Adams, is malaka of the week.