Uncivil Discourse

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Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Gorgeous George vs. Norm the Knave

Man, George Galloway gave the biggest "fuck you" to the US Senate since the days of Ann Coulter's favorite Senator, Drinkin' Joe McCarthy. Either it's all a lie, and he's the biggest perjurer this side of Caspar Weinberger, or damn, Norm Coleman just got served.

Norm, you see, is a complete moral midget. He's a small little cumbubble sitting on a tiny little penis. This is a man for whom "weasel" is praise, an unprincipled opportunist extraordinare. That he replaced Paul Wellstone, who, agree with him or not, was a good person who actually cared about people, is one of the great political tragedies of the last decade. Norm was apparently good as the Democratic mayor of St. Paul, before becoming a wholly paid subsidiary of Karl Rove, Incorporated. It's not that he simply became a Republican. The Gutless Wonder has become a complete Bush sycophant, sucking at the cock of Dubya, with no signs of independent thought. He's too busy jerking off Those Who Be in the Republican party, opening up his ass for their penetrating pleasure. Norm has most recently been associated with the effort to anally rape Kofi Annan.

But now, for Norm, it's time to put up or shut up, something he hasn't been faced with yet. Galloway was uncompromising and didn't dance around anything. So now it's on Senator Scumbag, and frankly, this ain't gonna do it:

Sen. Norm Coleman, R-Minn., questioned Galloway's honesty and told reporters, "If in fact he lied to this committee, there will have to be consequences."
See, that's nothing but character assassination, a whispering campaign, something Norm's gotten lots of practice at when it comes to Kofi. And because Galloway, who is by all accounts quite the shithead in his own regard, left no wiggle room, either he's got to put up evidence or he's got to back off. Of course, for Norm, the third option is to continue clinging in the shadows, trying to slime everyone, but if he doesn't produce evidence Galloway lied, finally we can ask him, "Have you no shame, asshole?" The Honorable Member from Bethnal Green & Bow did it in a less straightforward fashion:
He selected Mr Coleman as the focus of his wrath, adding: "You have nothing on me, Senator, except my name on lists of names from Iraq, many of which have been drawn up after the installation of your puppet government in Iraq.

"Now I know that standards have slipped over the last few years in Washington, but for a lawyer, you are remarkably cavalier with any idea of justice."
Looks like the Gorgeous George Show has been as successful in America as it was in the UK. I'll toast that.

Edit: Roger Ailes notes Galloway had some choice words for Hitchens as well. A popinjay? I don't even think I know what that means.