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May 24 2013

Victoria Jackson Meets Her Match

We may have actually found a Jackson who is even dumber than Victoria Jackson — and it’s E.W. Jackson, the new Republican nominee to be the next lt. governor of Virginia. Here’s the two of them together, with the latter claiming that Obama is both and atheist and a Muslim and “an evil presence.”

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  1. 1
    slc1

    A graduate of Harvard Law School dumber then Victoria Jackson? Has he been taking dumb pills since he graduated?

  2. 2
    janiceclanfield

    How do these people even get to be on TV? I mean, at the supermarket or the dollar store security camera, sure. But national TV? What is -wrong- with you guys?

    You’re scaring us.

    Your friends,

    The Canadians

  3. 3
    John Pieret

    Has he been taking dumb pills since he graduated?

    Naw, he’s just a product of affirmative action … the same way the wingnuts claim Obama was.

  4. 4
    Lofty

    Wingnut TV is designed to be consumed by dedicated wingnuts. it keeps them in a hyped up state of anxiety and keeps their donations flooding in. End of story.

  5. 5
    John Pieret

    You’re scaring us.

    I you want to be really scared, you should be on this side of the border

  6. 6
    John Pieret

    I = If … opps.

  7. 7
    gshelley

    And “This is a man who has deceived the country, lied about who he really is” whatever that means.
    Also, he thought his delusional rantings might shock Jackson’s viewers, so apparently had never seen or heard of her before.

  8. 8
    blf

    Obama is both and [sic] atheist and a Muslim and “an evil presence.”

    And an Illuminati, member of the Trilateral Commission, commie, fascist, and Kenyan-born Indonesian. Also a Space Reptile fathered by Malcolm X.

    President Obama is impressive. About the only thing he hasn’t done is unify General Relatively and Quantum Chromodynamics. Which is weird, considering he has a functional time machine…

  9. 9
    Nepenthe

    @slc1

    Know any graduates of Harvard Law School? One of them being completely out of touch with reality, not that surprising actually.

  10. 10
    composer99

    The only Jacksons worth having on TV, apparently, are the musicians.

  11. 11
    fifthdentist

    Jackson and Jackson together for the first time. A marriage forged in the very bowels of hell.

    Someone apparently endured the 600 craziest things E.W. Jackson has tweeted and condensed them to this:
    http://thinkprogress.org/politics/2013/05/23/2053321/ew-jackson-twitter/

  12. 12
    Scr... Archivist

    blf @8,

    I think you’re onto something with that time machine. That must be how Obama can be all of these contradictory things at once. He has changed past so many times, the different timelines ended up getting tangled together!

  13. 13
    savagemutt

    Hell, Andy Schafley is a Harvard Law grad.

  14. 14
    stanton

    Jackson and Jackson together for the first time. A marriage forged in the very bowels of hell.

    *cue mental image of Satan purchasing an economy-sized case of Pepto-Bismal at CostCo*

  15. 15
    acroyear

    Well, the only problem in the state in facing this rash of black, uber-Christian nutcases is that the Democratic Party’s leading candidate, while extremely qualified and very rational and vocal on a great many issues including women’s rights and school investment, and true proof that the American Dream of immigrant to upper middle class in a generation is even still possible, is, well, of Asian Indian descent (and, of course, makes no mention of his religion in any way at all).

    This really puts the bigots in the state in quite a bind – vote for the black man who hates Teh Gay, or vote for the brown-skinned (and non-Christian) immigrant who’s stealing our jobs. Chopra has one very steep uphill climb in the lower part of the state over being “not one of us”, which is probably why he’s prominently running on a women’s rights campaign right now, getting support in the face of the clinic closings going on as a result of Cooch’s one and only tie-breaker that mattered. Deflecting the race factor and get the Right to repeat their insanity on real issues is probably his best strategy. It generally worked for both Webb and Kaine when each challenged Allen, so one can hope.

    The largest problem in general, of course, is that this is an off-season election and they tend to barely draw 20-30% of the electorate.

  16. 16
    whirligig

    How is Harvard Law still prestigious? After the stream of very public idiots and cranks we’ve seen coming out of that place, you’d think the sane graduates would be hiding their diplomas or changing a few letters.

    “No, no, no! Hagvard. See, it says I went to Hagvard. Great place. Very obscure. You’ve probably never heard of it. No, that other place churns out loonies.”

  17. 17
    democommie

    “Naw, he’s just a product of affirmative action … the same way the wingnuts claim Obama was.”

    And, dare we say it? (well, fuckyeah!) Clarabelle Thomas.

    “I you want to be really scared, you should be on this side of the border”

    and, on THAT side of the video.

    Is it just me or does that set look like something straight out of here?

    http://www.imdb.com/media/rm1301126400/tt0090500

    Now Pee-wee..Pee-wee was a jerkoff, but he only jerked HIMSELF off.

    “Which is weird, considering he has a functional time machine…”

    Well, as the executive VP of the UTA* said in a speech after a mass temporal displacement event:

    “The only thing that will stop a bad guy with a time machine, is a good guy with a time machine!”.

    * Uiversal Tardis Ass’n.

  18. 18
    timgueguen

    Maybe Obama does have a superpower. Unfortunately for him it seems to be generating Hate-o-waves that strengthen the stupid in a bunch of right wing brains.

  19. 19
    aaronbaker

    And to think I was embarrassed that my alma mater (Northwestern Law) produced Jerry Springer.

  20. 20
    CaitieCat, in no way a robot nosireebot

    You’re scaring us.

    I you want to be really scared, you should be on this side of the border

    Yeah, ask the Austrians about whether the neighbours of the protofascists are any better off than the citizens suffering under them directly…:)

  21. 21
    Reginald Selkirk

    Here’s the two of them together

    Oh bugger. And I was just going to ask if they had ever been seen in the same room together.

  22. 22
    sailor1031

    @fifthdentist: trouble is for a lot of the people in conservative parts of VA (such as where I live) those tweets are going to make so much sense they’ll vote for him in droves!

  23. 23
    had3

    In all fairness, Obama as a Muslim doesn’t believe Jesus is god, ergo if he doesn’t believe Jesus is god, then he is an atheist. There is a logical consistency (eg, religious believers are >99% atheist about all other gods).

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