Monday, March 10, 2014

What a Fool Believes

The drama. It just keeps overflowing. And they just can't stop themselves from churning out even more of it. They're addicted to the drama, we tell you!

Of course, we're talking about the drama addicted Nevada Republican Party. When they're not fighting mythical enemies and nonsensical conspiracies, they're fighting each other. And even when their own supposed leader, Governor Brian Sandoval (R), tries to take his party in a saner direction, they rebuff him and instead down more of Sharron Angle's signature Kool-Aid full of crazy.

So what is that crazy Nevada Republican Party up to now? Once again, it's cannibalizing itself over its new pre-primary endorsement policy. The former Nevada Republican Party Chair admitted on Twitter that the current Nevada Republican Party Chair "has little power". The Washoe County Republican Party passed a resolution condemning the State Republican Party's endorsement plans (while also condemning Sandoval's). And once again, we're seeing pure chaos erupt all over social media.

Queue the other Mr. McDonald...

Indeed. What a fool believes... We're seeing manifest itself in today's Nevada Republican Party. Crazy is king, folly is celebrated, and ignorance is bliss. No wonder why Senator Dean Heller (R) sounded so foolish last month when he tried to defend the crazy chaos of his party.

But then again, he's not alone. Just today, US Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Kentucky) simultaneously attacked and praised the very 21st Century Know Nothings who will determine his political future. He has to figure out how to win his own primary, yet he's afraid of the havoc they're wreaking in other primaries. And suddenly, his bizarre "gun show" at CPAC starts to make sense.

Meanwhile in Florida, Republicans are already bickering over an election that's yet to conclude tomorrow. And House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) already has a case of the sads. Perhaps he can join some discouraged Nevada Republicans for a drink at Las Vegas Country Club so they can all feel better. (Oh wait, that already happened.)

We've seen a whole lot of foolish behavior from G-O-TEA Culture Warriors and their favorite pandering politicians lately. And this is no accident. Republican "leaders" thought they could ride the wave of "TEA" to victory. They just forgot to consider what happens when they drink too much "TEA".

The drama. It just keeps overflowing. It overflows like the dangerously spiked "TEA" that's drowning the Republican Party locally and nationally. Perhaps they were a little too willing to accept what a fool believes.

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