Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Sharrontology: "Domestic Enemies Sitting in Congress"??!!


Is this for real?

MANDERS: You know I talk often about this oath that they give and it is to defend the Constitution and all that. But one of the things that is very important to me in this oath that they give is that they will defend against foreign and domestic enemies.

ANGLE: Yes. Yes.

MANDERS: We have domestic enemies. We have home-born homegrown enemies in our system. And I for one think we have some of those enemies in the walls of the Senate and the Congress.

ANGLE: Yes. I think you're right, Bill.

So Sharrontology really believes we have "domestic enemies" in Congress? Well, who are they? If she really thinks we're in danger of "domestic enemies" within our own government, isn't it Sharron Angle's patriotic duty to explain to us more about it?

Or is this just another "Sharrontology batshit crazy moment"? Is she just being irresponsible like she was last time she talked up "Second Amendment Remedies"?

Is she just clueless like she was when rejecting much needed help for Nevadans?

Is she just reckless like she was when bashing the federal funds (our federal tax money being well spent) coming back to Nevada to keep our schools open?

So let's recap the latest batch of Sharrontology crazy. She rejected Harry Reid's work to keep casino workers working on The Strip. She rejected bringing back our tax dollars to keep our schools open (money she would prefer to just take from us to give to the super-rich). And now, she's channeling her inner Joe McCarthy in claiming we have "enemies" in Congress?

Sharron Angle can't even control her own insane rhetoric. How can we trust her to do anything to help us in Nevada?

1 comment:

  1. Ah, did I read that correctly? Sharron Angle believes that our domestic enemies are "in the walls of the Senate and the Congress." IN the walls? As in, perhaps, hiding in the dry wall, or in the insulation? Oh dear....

    Seriously, as one who grew up during the McCarthy Era, any time I hear "domestic enemies" it brings back unpleasant memories of banned books, people who lost jobs because of memberships in groups they'd long since left, and the general ugliness of various Black Lists. I'd hoped we'd out grown this, evidently we haven't.