Republicans are What?! (Updated)

Lauri Regan
According to Obama’s Green Job’s Czar, Van Jones, Republicans “are a**holes.” And guess what? “Barack Obama is not an asshole.”

So there you have it in a nutshell. Barack Obama, the non-asshole wearing the white hat, is struggling in his attempt to force his socialist agenda down the throats of unwilling Americans and it’s those asshole Republicans wearing the black hats that are to blame. As I stated in a recent AT article, Americans have been called mobsters, racists, partisan, stupid, un-American, and mean, just to name of few of the accusations pouring out of this administration. And now we are assholes because we do not like the direction in which Obama is hell bent on taking the country, popular opinion be damned.

One would think that it would have been obvious that Obama’s campaign promise to end the partisanship would be thrown under the bus when he announced that he won so it would be his way or the highway. However, we Americans who cling to guns and religion are smarter than he expected and with each passing day of bullying and threatening, his poll numbers drop. Let’s hope and pray that these morons keep up the name calling – they’ll continue to alienate the electorate and find themselves back under the real holes from which they crawled. And they’ll be clueless as to how they lost their grip on power – that’s the nature of a bully and a person that only knows how to call people names. Perhaps we Republicans should remind them of that catchy little playground retort:

“I am rubber and you are glue. Whatever you say bounces off of me and sticks to you.”

George Joyce adds:

At an energy lecture at Cal Berkeley back in February, Van Jones, who is Barack Obama’s senior “green jobs” advisor, responded to an audience member’s question by calling Republicans “Assholes.” 

In a recently posted YouTube video currently circulating on the internet Jones tries to answer a young woman’s concern about congressional Republican intransigence on Obama’s legislative agenda by saying:

“Well, the answer to that is, they're assholes. That's a technical, political science term.”

As the crowd burst into laughter Jones followed up by saying:

“Now, I will say this. I can be an asshole, and some of us who are not Barack Hussein Obama are going to have to start getting a little bit uppity.”

Let’s see.  Nancy Pelosi called town hall protesters “Nazis” and Harry Reid labeled anti-Obama demonstrators “evil.”  Now Jones finds the word “assholes” even more fitting for conservatives – technical in fact.

I wouldn’t expect “Evil Nazi Assholes” to score very high on a liberal intellectual’s “quality of life index.”  This makes me doubly nervous about just what the word “uppity” means.  As far as those purported quality of life panels go in other words, maybe Republicans, not just the elderly, should be a little concerned.


Editor's update:

Brietbart has a live feed discussing Van Jones’ comment that “white polluters” steered poison into minority communities as well as a terrific analysis by Glenn Beck of previous Van Jones’ narratives. The link is here.

Update from Russ Vaughn:

To Be or Not To Be
To be an a**hole, or not to be: that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of the Democrats’ distortions,
Or to take arms against their sea of bubbles,
And by popping end them? So why; be sheep;
No more; and unlike sheep to say we end
The heart-aches and the foul congressional shocks
A citizen’s heir to, 'tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wish'd. So why, do sheep;
So sleep: perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub;
For in that sleep of sloth what dreams may come
When they have hustled all the federal spoil.










According to Obama’s Green Job’s Czar, Van Jones, Republicans “are a**holes.” And guess what? “Barack Obama is not an asshole.”

So there you have it in a nutshell. Barack Obama, the non-asshole wearing the white hat, is struggling in his attempt to force his socialist agenda down the throats of unwilling Americans and it’s those asshole Republicans wearing the black hats that are to blame. As I stated in a recent AT article, Americans have been called mobsters, racists, partisan, stupid, un-American, and mean, just to name of few of the accusations pouring out of this administration. And now we are assholes because we do not like the direction in which Obama is hell bent on taking the country, popular opinion be damned.

One would think that it would have been obvious that Obama’s campaign promise to end the partisanship would be thrown under the bus when he announced that he won so it would be his way or the highway. However, we Americans who cling to guns and religion are smarter than he expected and with each passing day of bullying and threatening, his poll numbers drop. Let’s hope and pray that these morons keep up the name calling – they’ll continue to alienate the electorate and find themselves back under the real holes from which they crawled. And they’ll be clueless as to how they lost their grip on power – that’s the nature of a bully and a person that only knows how to call people names. Perhaps we Republicans should remind them of that catchy little playground retort:

“I am rubber and you are glue. Whatever you say bounces off of me and sticks to you.”

George Joyce adds:

At an energy lecture at Cal Berkeley back in February, Van Jones, who is Barack Obama’s senior “green jobs” advisor, responded to an audience member’s question by calling Republicans “Assholes.” 

In a recently posted YouTube video currently circulating on the internet Jones tries to answer a young woman’s concern about congressional Republican intransigence on Obama’s legislative agenda by saying:

“Well, the answer to that is, they're assholes. That's a technical, political science term.”

As the crowd burst into laughter Jones followed up by saying:

“Now, I will say this. I can be an asshole, and some of us who are not Barack Hussein Obama are going to have to start getting a little bit uppity.”

Let’s see.  Nancy Pelosi called town hall protesters “Nazis” and Harry Reid labeled anti-Obama demonstrators “evil.”  Now Jones finds the word “assholes” even more fitting for conservatives – technical in fact.

I wouldn’t expect “Evil Nazi Assholes” to score very high on a liberal intellectual’s “quality of life index.”  This makes me doubly nervous about just what the word “uppity” means.  As far as those purported quality of life panels go in other words, maybe Republicans, not just the elderly, should be a little concerned.


Editor's update:

Brietbart has a live feed discussing Van Jones’ comment that “white polluters” steered poison into minority communities as well as a terrific analysis by Glenn Beck of previous Van Jones’ narratives. The link is here.

Update from Russ Vaughn:

To Be or Not To Be
To be an a**hole, or not to be: that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The slings and arrows of the Democrats’ distortions,
Or to take arms against their sea of bubbles,
And by popping end them? So why; be sheep;
No more; and unlike sheep to say we end
The heart-aches and the foul congressional shocks
A citizen’s heir to, 'tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wish'd. So why, do sheep;
So sleep: perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub;
For in that sleep of sloth what dreams may come
When they have hustled all the federal spoil.