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Well, not completely.

Maybe the political arguments are too frustrating, long, and laborious. Maybe I have too much time on my hands at the end of a day. Maybe I'm bored...or maybe I'm a genius and don't know it.

Whatever the answer, I'm sick and tired of looking at these smug, arrogant faces anymore. It involved a small bit of work...but BY GOD, MAN, something HAD to be done.

At home they may be great dads or decent husbands or wives (not sure which side McConnell falls on. Maybe he's the family dog) - but to the majority of Americans they are not working in our best interest. They equate freedom with corporate America cleaning up at all costs, "survival of the fittest" as a coda and putting lobby interests above those of their constituents a business given rather than an ugly moral deviation. And the two of them who have no play in actual government do their best to incite racial division and create "truth" out of blatant lies.

I don't like these guys. They don't represent me. They don't speak for me, even though they'll tell you they do. They work like the dickens to make my life worse and I have to work harder to outrun them.

They are the reason this country is not progressing in science, technology, industry and financial security (except, of course, for their own financial security and that of the top 1%).

Will my rant about these people have any impact at all...or will it be closer to a tree falling in the forest? (pretty sure it's the latter, but I don't know what's going on in bizarro world. I could be celebrated there, hated -- or just ignored, like I am here). However, Cantor is no longer in the running, but I'm certain his buck-toothed mug will appear soon in our nations future.

Nonetheless, the best solution at the moment seemed to me to be wasting 10 minutes on Photoshop creating a photo of all these assholes looking like idiots with buckteeth (as opposed to smart, decent people with bucked teeth, of which there are more than many and do not deserve the ridicule). Not my finest work, but there's depth beyond the least I think there is...oh, hell. Who am I kidding.

But I'll say this. It's not too surprising that this look fits them like a glove. Maybe it's telling. Maybe it's pointless...or maybe I am a genius after all.

NOTE: All kidding aside, the truth is that most republican political figures have very good teeth, thanks to the best health plan in the world. Right now I, however, need root canal but cannot afford it. As they say, survival of the fittest.

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  •  Tip Jar (3+ / 0-)
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    HashHoward, slowbutsure, Tinfoil Hat

    "It doesn't matter whether you win or lose. It's how you ladle the gravy." - Felix Ungar

    by Verbalpaintball on Mon Jun 30, 2014 at 01:12:49 PM PDT

  •  Except for Sarah (3+ / 0-)
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    slowbutsure, Tinfoil Hat, Alhambra

    I just know I'm gonna be banned for life, with this comment.  But like the GOP, I simply cannot help myself.  So, here goes:

    No buck teeth for Sarah Palin.  Better yet, no front teeth at all, the better to give the country that BJ she keeps giving us.
    Now I'm in for it!

    Sometimes, you need a sensa uma!

    by HashHoward on Mon Jun 30, 2014 at 01:22:50 PM PDT

  •  Gee, real mature and NOT funny (3+ / 0-)
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    dov12348, Samuel Chompers, BusyinCA

    When I was a child my teeth stuck straight out. I heard every fucking bucky beaver and rabbit joke in the universe and NONE of them were funny. If I had a dollar for every time I was told how ugly I was with teeth sticking out I'd be a 1%er. Hell, a 0.01%er.

    This is NOT a funny diary. Criticize their politics, their idiocy, any damn thing you want. Not this. Would you consider it funny to draw pictures of these people with legs cut off and ridicule amputees?

    •  Good luck fixing it (0+ / 0-)

      Mocking the weak, the crazy and the unlucky is a time honored blood sport around here.  You would need a modern day Herakles to clean out this particular stable.

    •  Not mature but maybe funny... (0+ / 0-)

      For God's sake, my friend, I grew up with tourettes. Still have it! (much more subdued now). Imagine the grilling I got in school - but you know what? I'm always game for a good tourettes joke, primarily because it is usually over the top, completely innappropriate and in bad taste, and I can also laugh at myself. Otherwise I'd be a sad sack.

      Look. this is clearly a moronic post, but the world cannot get outraged over everything. This post is obviously not making deliberate and mean-spirited fun of people with afflictions. It's more or less making fun of stupid people and infantile behavior (mine, that is).

      It is also the equivalent of putting two fingers up behind someone when a picture is taken. Unfortunately, here, if I did that I'd get railed on for maybe making fun of Native Americans. If I put goatees on them, you'd say I was being inappropriate to either Mitch Miller, beatnicks and women with facial hair. If I gave them cowlicks, you'd probably say I'm making fun of those with uncontrollable hair, like Alfalfa Switzer. The guy's been dead 55 years! Will he complain?

      I understand the outrage, but you know what? Not everything in this world is so outrageous. Certainly not a clearly infantile post that makes me look as foolish as the politicians I claim to make fun of.

      "It doesn't matter whether you win or lose. It's how you ladle the gravy." - Felix Ungar

      by Verbalpaintball on Mon Jun 30, 2014 at 02:27:26 PM PDT

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  •  I object (0+ / 0-)

    What's wrong with these people no orthodontist can fix.

    To be on the wrong side of Dick Cheney is to be on the right side of history.

    by mbayrob on Mon Jun 30, 2014 at 04:31:37 PM PDT

  •  That Sean Hannity pic is classic (0+ / 0-)

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