Monday, November 3, 2008

Today's Dose Of Irony

Kevin Fischer's thought patterns are so bizarre that I don't believe he realizes irony when it bites him in the arse.

In a post last night, Fischer wrote about his reasons for voting for McGrumpy.

Included in that gibberish was this line, after trying to paint Obama as corrupt:

Attacks by the press on McCain and his running mate, Sarah Palin, have been personal and vicious. Obama and Joe Biden have gone virtually unscathed.

Despite it all, The One, the Messiah, the greatest, most intelligent, most phenomenal candidate, the most revered individual to ever run for the White House has failed to seal the deal, and just days before Election Day, John McCain is still in it. His task is clearly difficult, but not insurmountable.

He then goes on with the right wing talking point about their faux concern about Obama not putting this election in the bag yet. You know, the same kind of tripe they ran out with during the primaries, wondering why Obama didn't put away Hillary Clinton earlier. They seem to have forgotten that they already used this line, and still ended up looking like knuckleheads.

The ironic thing, is that Fischer, the self-proclaimed star of radio, TV and blogs is the same media person that came to my attention after his very personal, very immature attacks on Greg Kowalski. I would normally suggest Mr. Fischer do some hard introspection, but my guess is that he wouldn't, and even if he did, he probably wouldn't see anything wrong. Delusions will do that to a person.

1 comment:

  1. "Attacks by the press on McCain and his running mate, Sarah Palin, have been personal and vicious."

    Really? He's confusing goofball bloggers with the press. Calling a public figure on his/her lies, misstatements and/or relevant shortcomings is not personal or vicious. Lies, misstatements and relevant shortcomings have been rampant on the McCain/Palin side of the equation.

    On the other hand, attacks BY Palin and McCain have been personal and vicious, and they have fed the racist and hateful shouts and chants at their rallies. It's shameful.