October 23, 2009

"That's not impersonation; that's satire"

The Party of No Values up to its dirty tricks again --

Twitter, Inc. has shut down 33 fake Twitter accounts created by Republicans using the names of Democratic state representatives. The Republican scheme was to send out posts under the Democrats' names mocking the ‘liberal tax-and-spend bastards’.

"That's unfortunate," was state Republican Chairman Chris Healy's response when told of Twitter's decision. "I'm not quite sure what the issue is, other than that the Democrats were successful in stopping free speech. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m late for my NAMBLA/goat fucking meet ‘n’ greet, and we’ve got some real hotties coming in today!"

1 comment:

A World Quite Mad said...

You know, I thought you were making up the "stopping free speech part" along with the goat fucking part. I thought, there's now way they actually said that.

I can't believe the idiots actually can't tell the difference between libel/slander/impersonation and free speech.

You know, there's a limit to how many *facepalm* and *headdesk* moments one can have in a day, and I'm terribly close to exceeding that number lately, what with all the asshattery these politicians do on a daily basis.