In a mad late night (early morning?) blog rant, Erick Erickson has shown exactly how far out there the right has become. While talking about the most recent delay in the ACA, Erickson appears upset that the media isn’t talking impeachment and covered the state dinner with the President of France.
But now, you’d rather have cocktails (pun absolutely intended for a good portion of you “journalists”) with the President, jealously size up the competition in the First Lady, and wish you too could be a mistress when you see France’s President and whoever the gal of the week is for him.
Oh he thinks he made a funny. Pun on “cocktails”, as in sticking it up the keister. Erickson seems to like to talk about this kind of stuff a lot. Perhaps there are some closeted feelings there?
But then he goes onto a “poor George” rant.
If this was George Bush telling businesses they cannot take advantage of an arguable unconstitutional restricting of law done without Congress’s consent unless the businesses swore oaths that they’d lie if they need to downsize due to Obamacare costs, the media would start talking about impeaching the President in non-ironic ways.
Let’s see. One of Bush’s first actions in office was to rewrite the 1978 Presidential Records Act, so that he could destroy stuff. This was a law passed by Congress, and he just nullified it. I don’t remember the media pushing for impeachment there. Or how about when Bush attached one of his signing statements to a bill, negating our side of the Geneva Convention and on a bill that was just passed by Congress banning torture? Where was the media crying for impeachment on that?
And then Erick decides to go after the nemesis of the right, MSNBC.
But with President Obama, half of MSNBC still wants to have his baby and the women over there just want to be his mistress. Hell, France’s President has one.
Get that? All the women at MSNBC want to instantly drop their panties for Obama. This isn’t just a blogger saying this, but rather an employee of Fox News. I get that Fox is partisan, and that’s fine, but could you imagine the outrage they would have if someone from MSNBC claimed all the guys at Fox wanted to bang Sarah Palin? Maybe Fox should really consider their recent hiring of Erickson. There is a reason CNN dropped him.