October 30, 2009

RINOS to rebrand themselves as 'Party of Well, Maybe, But Don't Count On It'

Worried that the "Party of No" label is starting to stick, republican'ts have a cunning plan to change their image. Unfortunately it DOESN'T involve actually working with Democrats to pass legislation favored by a majority of Americans.

[F]all has not been kind to the GOP. A WaComPo-ABC poll found that only 1 in 5 voters now identifies as rethuglican. And the "Party of No" label might be starting to stick: a recent poll by CNN -- whoever THEY are -- found that GOP favorability has slipped to its lowest point in a decade.

Eric Cantor, the No. 2 House Obstructionist, hopes to change all that. In an effort to counter the criticism that the party doesn't stand for anything but opposing President Obama, Cantor blamed the "liberal drive-by media" and said some of his best friends are socialist, gay, dithering babykilling hippie communists who love Hitler.

"We really have to regain the image of being an inclusive party and tolerant of a lot of debate," Cantor added.
Tomorrow: Eric Cantor apologizes to Rush Limpbaugh.