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Okay, this is just a tiny story, but worthy of repeating. I magically found myself with an RNC Guest Pass today (moohoohoohaahaa), and so I made my way toward the Garden, herded along with many, many, hot, pissed-off New Yorkers. Eventually, security stripped away layers of the great unwashed, leaving me strolling along the sidewalk with GOP delegates and other various soul-sucking creatures from the depths of hell.

As we waited to get through the final barricade before crossing 7th and going into MSG, a man guiding a wheelchair against the crowd called out.

"Excuse me... excuse me..." he shouted "Democrat coming through."

Now, I don't know if the crippled old man in the wheelchair was an actual Democrat or not, but I do know what the asshole behind me (O'Reilly wannabe pictured at right) shouted back.

"The river's right over there. Why don't you go dump him in for us."

I turned around and snapped his photo, saying that I just had to capture his image for posterity. He snapped back.

"Hey, middle-finger to you, buddy... we're Republicans."

Really? I couldn't tell from the bad suit, bad hair, bad shades, bad breath, bad attitude and...the faint scent of sulfur.

I'll never cease to be amazed at the way Republicans pretend that they are above things like cursing, but won't hesitate to suggest that a crippled old man in a wheelchair be dumped in a river because he's a Democrat. This, of course, explains why they have sex with animals and small children.

Anyway, I've been having fun exposing these assholes for what they are, so here is the jackass's photo. If you recognize him, congratulate him on being a supremely sick fuck next time you see him. What a wonderful and frighteningly accurate representation of the Republican ideal... drowning cripples.

Originally posted to theoria on Mon Aug 30, 2004 at 02:02 PM PDT.

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