Friday, June 29, 2007

Bend over, MoveOn: GOP's a-comin'

-The Bull Didn't Even Buy Him Dinner First-'s Mike Allen reports today in a story entitled Move over, MoveOn: GOP's a-comin' that Veteran Republicans say they have quietly raised millions of dollars for a pair of nonprofit organizations that will launch this fall with the ambitious aim of providing a conservative counterweight to the liberal

In an attempt to REAM the wildly successful netroots and level the playing field, rumor has it that the bullish, Dim and Brutal Giants otherwise known as the GOP want a piece of the netroots action and have announced the launch of their new alleged new 'nonprofit', which promises to anesthetize and cleanse its participants through an online forum of 'fair and balanced', bloated news and fundraising efforts via their new website, (under construction).

Although we have yet to confirm our sources, it is thought that the stealth sponsors of the "pair of supposed 'nonprofit' organizations that are behind are two wealthy, recently discharged gastroenterologists from Baltimore who seek to profit from this nonprofit operation. One of the doctors had this enthusiastic comment:

"We're going to have an absolute 'gas' rendering the liberal Left to little more than the unpleasant side-effects of a barium enema...leaving them to forever twist in the wind, like polyps without an alimentary canal."

Keep it clean!



Anonymous said...

A GOP netroots org? WTF?
Like that'll work, just like the Dennis Miller "political humor" show was supposed to rival Colbert.
The GOP parting with their money on a voluntary basis for the "greater good of the fat GOP?"

Anonymous said...

That video is about as bad as the idea that the GOP wants to imitate MoveOn.

ucbdan said...

That is a HORRIBLE video, suitable to this funny post.

Some gas that's gonna be when the GOP gets their odious netroots movin!!!!! (Like we need any more Republicans for another lifetime.) uck factor alert: SEVERE.

2Truthy said...


The GOP thinks they are the HOT. What a bunch of "copycats", hey?

An that video, I know, is HORRIBLE, I know, (heheheheeee) and sooo fitting.