Our new speaker of the House is a guy who campaigned last week for Rich Iott (R-Ohio), a guy who likes to dress up like a Nazi. The third man in line to Presidency could very well be a guy who countenances men who dress up like Nazis. It's not one of those false Hitler/Nazi analogies that we hear from time to time, Iott dressed up like a Nazi and Mr. Boehner still agreed to be photographed with him. You'd have thought anyone with a hint of brain activity would have walked away. Not our adorable Mr. Boehner.
When asked about the election today, I've told three different people that the new speaker could be someone who campaigned for a guy who likes to dress up like a Nazi. The two Republicans I spoke to didn't know or professed not to know the story and voiced their concerns about Mr. Boehner. The other person agreed that this was a bizarre situation and asked "what would he have done if the guy dressed up like a woman," which raises an interesting point. I suspect Mr. Boehner would have a bigger problem with a guy who dresses up like a woman than a guy who dresses up like a Nazi, as if being a woman was worse than being a Nazi.
So, from now on, when I refer to Mr. Boehner, it will be "the guy who campaigned for the Republican who likes to dress up like a Nazi." I know it's not civil but it's true, and in the next two years this guy is going to try to destroy O'Bama's presidency, shut down government, abuse subpoenas, and wants to destroy social security. It's about time we fight back with a childless, yet accurate, name calling campaign and label Mr. Boehner for what he is. I urge you to join me in my small campaign to only refer to Mr. Boehner as "the guy who campaigned for the Republican who likes to dress up like a Nazi."