Saturday, February 11, 2012

The Brain-Trust

Who needs actual celebrities when the Republicans have Pat Sajak and Chuck Woolery.
Bachmann, while doing radio interviews on "radio row" at CPAC, met up with Chuck Woolery, the former TV game show host, most notably of the "Love Connection," and they shared a warm embrace as Bachmann giddily called out, "Chuck! Chuck!"

Woolery is promoting "Reset Congress," a project that he outlines on his web site, Save Us Chuck Woolery. He, too, slammed the Prop 8 ruling, and said gays don’t need civil rights. In fact, he believes African-Americans need no civil rights.
That, according to Chuck is because they have "God-Given" natural rights in the Constitution.

That's right he managed to conflate the two of them like a true moron.

I'm sorry that's wrong, he's only 3/5ths of the way to a Moron...not being capable of reading the 13th, 14th or 15th Amendments.


jimmiraybob said...

And Chuck's new game show project?

The Self Pity Party - where successful and rich white guys try to out compete each other for pity points.

Chuck - "And I’m a one per center, and I'm absolutely discriminated against as a one per center."

Chuck - "I'm discriminated against all the time. [I'm discriminated against] because I'm old. I'm too old to get a job as a game show host."

Poor, poor, poor boy.

jimmiraybob said...

Well, if Chuck's against civil rights he must loves him some former soldier:

Allen West (R-Crazyville) @ 2:59 PM – 02/10/2012 - "We also realize that the public good is a misnomer, created by our liberal friends," he said. "It is not the public good that matters, it is the personal good."

What could be more anti-American-founding than railing against a commonwealth working toward a more perfect union to secure the general welfare? I paraphrase.

These people hate .... I guess everything not Anti American.

Anyone voting GOP for president - anything - votes to get this into office.

pansypoo said...

all that bad music + blinking light is not good for the IQ.

Anonymous said...

his web site, Save Us Chuck Woolery

What modesty. But who would expect intelligent thought from a friggin' game show host.