Friday, November 11, 2011

Takes one to know one

Rich "Starbursts" Lowry:
The National Review’s Rich Lowry weighed in on Perry’s gaffe on Wednesday night, posting “That might be the most uncomfortable moment I’ve ever witnessed in presidential politics.”
And that's from a guy who pretty much posted his masturbation play-by-play during Sarah Palin's incredibly wretched 2008 debate performance.


Montag said...

Most uncomfortable moment?

Lowry appears not to have been paying attention. Goodhair's gaffe is certainly enough to give even the mouthbreathers pause, but after two terms of Bush, "peeance freeance," Clinton parsing the meaning of "is," Reagan looking for all the world like a lost two-year-old during the press conference that exposed him as a liar, and gawd knows how many embarrassing public moments courtesy of a sweat-stained and mendacious Nixon, there have been worse times for real Presidents, let alone pretenders to the throne.

sukabi said...

the difference for Lowry is this:

Perry burst Lowry's bubble by exposing himself as a cavernous empty hole, and embarrassed Lowry..

Palin on the other hand let Lowry expose himself as a pubescent pounder, and embarrassed us in front of the world.

pansypoo said...

but i am sure publicans would love to share some peanuts with. because that's all they really WANT. good governance is for pussies.