Friday, March 28, 2008

Moron Mail

Today's topic:

Light bulbs.

Yay. Woo hoo. How exciting.

In the March 26 Blog House, Tim O'Brien decided to run a partisan attack from a DFL blogger against Rep. Michele Bachmann. O'Brien decided to note their off-topic attacks and even used the phrase 'dim bulb' as a lead in.

Well, if anybody would know dimbulbs, it would be O'Bonermort. He spends an awful lot of time on the MNPooplius and Blobletta.

My blog, residualforces.com, also addressed the subject, but mine was in support of Bachmann and her plan to save the light bulb, so it was ignored.

Curious. Read my blog. READ MY BLOG!

I wrote, "In an attemt to reverse teh stuptafying soupafying stoopdafiting dum move by the dim bulbs who rote and suported the enregy bil, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R MN6) is autoring a bil too brin back teh lite bulb. ... In case you didn't know, teh resent energee bil has putt teh inkandecent encindescant normal lithgt bulb in teh indangerred speeshees list adn will bann teh sail of tehm all together in teh vary near future. Bachmann opozed teh soshull injuneering Energy bill whihc actyooaly created know new energy and, on fact, was desined two mak it harder and moar spensive too get relible and abundent energy."

NOTE: The previous paragraph has been restored from the edited LTE version to the raw, original and unedited text which we are certain actually appeared on the author's blog.

Maybe my comments just didn't fit the anti-Bachmann agenda.

Clearly.

Liberals always seem to demand choice, so long as they get to control the options. (You can also find some more fabulous factual coverage at truthvmachine.com.)

READ THEIR BLOG!

So for those of you who read O'Brien's column,

Hello? Anyone? Buhler?

please keep in mind that what Bachmann is trying to do is allow you to choose the light bulb you want -- it has nothing to do with bedrooms.

But I have light bulbs in my bedroom!

ANDY APLIKOWSKIBONER, BLAINE

Cut and paste away, Eva!

Ha ha! I appreciate Andy providing me the opportunity to mock his spelling and keyboarding skills again. It's been a while.

And of course, we endorse Andy's view and the non moronic way in which he put it. Yet, this post is still entitled "Moron Mail". So I guess we'd better highlight a moron.

(scrolls down 1/8th of an inch)

Aha!

I would like to thank Rep. Bachmann for bravely taking this initiative with the Light Bulb Freedom of Choice Act, citing our nation's embrace of energy efficiency as one "of science over fads and fashions."

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She did not say that "our nation's embrace of energy efficiency" is one of science over fads and fashions. Here's what she really said:

"This is an issue of science over fads and fashions," Bachmann said in an interview Tuesday.

"Congress tends to jump on whatever the current buzz is in the 24-hour news cycle, " Bachmann said.

And further context:

Her bill, the first challenge of its kind, raises safety questions about the small amounts of mercury in fluorescent lights. It also lands her squarely in the middle of the debate over global warming. In recent remarks to a gathering of Sherburne County Republicans -- reported in the West Sherburne Tribune -- Bachmann called any human connection to global warming "voodoo, nonsense, hokum, a hoax."

According to our Moron Mailer, "This" was a pronoun for "our nations embrace of energy efficiency." In the real world, where - because of the internet, intelligence isn't as easily insulted - what Bachmann really meant was "This" to be a pronoun for "Anthropogenic Global Warming™ hysterics.


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This is truly an important and monumental step in preserving the integrity of our free market.

Oh just shut the hell up.

I was hoping that after this bill triumphantly passes through legislation,

?????

Or the legislation passes through? Seriously, do you even have a clue?


Rep. Bachmann might be able to help undo another fad that has worn thin: the inability for me to use lead paint.


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Sure, it may have poisoned a child here and there, but why should we as consumers continue to suffer this other "massive Big Brother intrusion into our homes and our lives" as a result?

Er, because the alternative was actually provably less dangerous and equally effective?

And because the dangers of lead paint were not illusory, fictional or, at best, overblown?

Dumbass.

JUSTIN JAGOFF, MINNEAPOLIS

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