The Irony is Ironic

It’s a tasty bit of irony that Mitt Romney’s history of bullying a weaker kid, gay or otherwise, may improve his standing with conservative voters.  Like I said.  Ironic.

3 thoughts on “The Irony is Ironic

  1. Zuma Bound

    Conservative bigotry and thuggishness, ironic? Regrettably, “unsurprising” is a better adjective.

    The Republican Party, ladies and gentlemen, the party of bigotry, “let them eat cake” class warfare and “Social safety nets? We don’t need no frigging social safety nets.”

    I wonder how the gay sons and lesbian daughters of some of those conservatives feel about their parents’ and RMoney’s embrace of anti-gay bigotry.

    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/05/11/1090943/-Romney-doesn-t-remember-but-35-years-later-I-still-do

    Romney is Romney-esque-ly trying to weasel/ half-ass his way around the college hazing of a gay classmate in which he engaged with his, “I just don’t have any recollection of that” bullshit. I further wonder just how well that is flying with bigoted conservatives who would rather he say something like, “He was gay. Who cares what we did to him?”

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  2. Chris

    Sad but true and a good reason to point out his more recent vulture capitalism instead then throw in the fact that he was a cheerleader.

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