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Ever see the person dressed up in a gorilla costume standing at an intersection holding a furniture or bedding store sign? Sure you have. Looks kind of stupid, gesturing wildly and so forth, to get drivers' attention. That gorilla is a good representation of today's Republicans.
Each day Republicans don their stupid-looking costumes, so to speak, and go about gesturing wildly and incoherently in attempts to draw attention to themselves. No substance, no ideas, no willingness to play nice with others in order to solve pesky problems......just stupid looking, acting and speaking primates scratching their hineys, throwing feces, making loud and screechy noises, doing anything to get the attention of the Village-media zookeepers, who will always throw the gorillas a bag full of peanuts in prime time coverage rewarding them for their amusing behavior.
Sometimes the amusing, dressed-up-as-gorillas-to-gain-attention Republicans behave so bizarrely, even the Village-media zookeepers get alarmed and turn away. Except for Rachel Maddow.
There are two GOP Senators, Jim DeMint (R-SC), Sam Brownback (R-KS) and at least one Congressional representative, Michelle Bachmann (R-MN) in the following video clip. Demonstrated in the clip is what American leadership will look like if the Sarah Palin-TeaBagger-Talibangelicals ever rise to power in the U.S.
Recent polling numbers show that 41% of people polled regard the TeaBaggers approvingly. 41%......yeah, it's hard to believe.
With corporately-compromised Democrats leaving potential Democratic voters despondent because of their refusal to get tough and do the will of the majority of Americans, it is conceivable that the gorilla-costumed Republican Party TeaBaggers could rise to snatch the majority in Congress.
Wouldn't it just be great if the scene in Rachel Maddow's video clip above could be played out every day on the floors of the House and Senate?
Just think of how amusing it would all be.
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