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As I sit and watch the snippets of the GOP HateFest 2012, with its Nuremberg like chants of USA USA! and WE BUILT THIS!, and Olympic standard athleticism in the field of Bare Faced Lying I could not help, between bouts of slack jawed amazement and outrage, choking on my margaritas at the constant sleet storm of teary eyed fucking liars harping on about what a hard early life they or their parents had.

I will set aside the accusation that if these somewhat cliched and hollow sounding sob stories are true, then screwing over people in the same shoes makes them immoral, heartless, hypocritical scum. Instead, let me justify my accusation that most if not all of them are fucking lying hypocritical wankers of the first stamp with an example:

Anne.... you know what..... that sad eyed tale you told about a desk made from a door on saw horses and a dining table made from an ironing board? You lying cow. What... you really expect anyone to believe that poor little Mitty, the spoiled silver spoon brat who became the ivy league man, with a father who was rich as Croesus, made you and Mittens live in a level of poverty that made my own cash strapped Uni days making roll up cigs from cig buts in the pub ashtray look like the suite at the local Hilton. Feck Orf!

Anyways.... the whole shabby two bit "poor moi" routine that was wheeled out again and again reminded me of something from Monty Python. Enough spite and bile for one post....lets have a laugh instead.

Roll telecine below the fold

Four Yorkshiremen at the GOP

I swear to god this is what the Rove lot must have got their strategy from.

And may I suggest instead of some hee haw crappy cuntry star singing We Built This you instead use this one

Note Mr R's rather appropriate Superman like R costume

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