Different blog, new title, but the same mission. To expose flagrant examples of inexplicable and bizarre behavior that defy all logic. So many block heads to choose from and so little space with which to accord the honors. How do I find the time?
This month’s winners have earned their distinction by engaging in dimwitted, detestable conduct that would make a reasonable person blush.
So without further adieu, the envelope please…
First place goes to Nevada Republican senate candidate Sharron Angle. It’s hard to imagine anyone being more out there than the chicken lady – well unless you count Michele Bachmann who is so far gone even I’ve stopped listening to her – but Mrs. Angle is one strange woman. Strange and dangerous. In an interview she did this past January, she is quoted as saying,
“It's just like our job...what's the role of an anchor during huge breaking news? You remember growing up? You'd tune to the television, and that one moment during the year, they would have to carry a story all along. It's the same thing as being the President of the United States.”
Now before you go any further, consider this: Carlson is actually the “brains” of the show. Scary, isn’t it. Yes, on a show that includes the likes of Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade, the former Miss USA pageant winner is the “smart” one. So the nest time someone – anyone – tells you about the left-wing bias in the mainstream media you can ask them this question: Do they know anyone at CNN, CBS, NBC or ABC that is as dumb as this dimwit? No bother waiting for an answer; it was a rhetorical question.
Bringing up the rear, quite literally, is Texas Representative Joe Barton. Mr. Shakedown, not content with having the distinction of wiping the egg off his face over the apology for the apology BP mess, has now issued an apology for apologizing for the apology on his Twitter page. If you’re head is spinning trying to keep up with all these apologies, don’t worry. There’s nothing wrong with you.