Ron Rosenbaum, Writer

February 23, 2010

Ha! Tea Partiers Thought Scott Brown Was as Cruel and Ignorant as They Are

Filed under: Uncategorized — ronrosenbaumwriter @ 3:46 pm

Because he voted for a jobs bill. Sure it’s imperfect, but did you ever see any piece of legislation that was perfect? We’re in a desperate economic crisis in case you hadn’t noticed.

And now, like whiny babies throwing a tantrum they’re calling their former hero Scott Brown, who deserves respect for his independence, nasty names.

Or trying to. I had to laugh out loud at the ignoramus who tried to call him a “traitor” but couldn’t spell it, so ended up calling him a “trader”. Ouch! A perfect demonstration of the level of intelligence exhibited by these people.

And a demonstration of the lack of any concern about suffering families in this depression. Where’s your jobs program Tea Partiers, or are you just too cruel to care?

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  1. “I had to laugh out loud at the ignoramus who tried to call him a “traitor” but couldn’t spell it, so ended up calling him a “trader”. Ouch! A perfect demonstration of the level of intelligence exhibited by these people.”

    Or maybe your to stupid to understand the reference….

    Comment by robotech master — February 23, 2010 @ 4:29 pm | Reply

  2. Ron:
    It’s official- you’ve gone full Charles Johnson. You post nothing now but hateful insults, sneering rants against the vulgar peasant rabble who dare question the wisdom of your elite urban sophisticates.

    In short, you’ve reverted to type: smug liberal asshole.

    There’s no place for you at PJM any more. Why don’t you go check out MSNBC’s jobs column? Maybe Olbermann needs an insult writer.

    P.S. Why is it always liberals, those whose mental development was arrested in adolescence, who complain about “tantrums?”

    Comment by Bohemond — February 23, 2010 @ 4:29 pm | Reply

  3. “Or maybe your to stupid”

    Plainly you’re too stupid to spell it.

    Comment by Bohemond — February 23, 2010 @ 4:30 pm | Reply

  4. Wow… this is just sad.

    Can you do anything other than strawman or simplistic insults. You’re literally giving childish insults?

    How can you reconcile these two statements?

    “Scott Brown, who deserves respect for his independence, nasty names.”

    And:

    “Just a day after Scott Brown laughs off the murderous airborne attack on a government building by saying “nobody likes to pay taxes”. Ha ha.”

    So he’s a hero when he votes for a jobs bill you like. He’s Infected when he makes a tasteless joke. Sad.

    What did you think of him when he ran promising to be vote 41 on “No to Healtcare”?

    Meanwhile I just have to laugh. Ron really has no self awareness.

    He’s mocking poor spelling and childish insults.
    Now see his post “Toyota Kills: A Grade School Lesson for Tea Partiers in the Calue of Government Regulation”

    Yes, he misspelled the title to the blog post immediately before this one. Wow.

    As for the childish insults, just look at this post.

    So, it never occurs to him that people may oppose a Bill on X not because they hate the poor, but because they don’t think the Bill will work.

    Is this madness really up to PJM standards?

    If you don’t think so please use the Contact US link at the very bottom of the page.

    Comment by Jack — February 23, 2010 @ 4:32 pm | Reply

  5. Bohemond @ #2:

    There’s no place for you at PJM any more.

    I respectfully disagree.

    He makes a marvelous cat-toy, a shining example of what passes for serious thought amongst our opponents on the left.

    (Wonder if he’s learned to spell “value” yet, tho)

    Comment by ConservativeWanderer — February 23, 2010 @ 4:42 pm | Reply

  6. On a more rational note the guy is probably dyslexic…. of course ron hates inferior humans so his reaction isn’t surprising…. pretty classic leftist response.

    But hey let the good times roll next run will be posting about how the weakling tea partiers can’t cross the street without being hit by a cars… and post a picture of some 80 year old woman with a walker as some jihadist runs her down with his car.

    Comment by robotech master — February 23, 2010 @ 5:40 pm | Reply

  7. King of the Pissy Snivel has returned!

    So, if I understand this correctly, one person representing “they” enables you to tar the entire Tea Party Movement?

    Obviously, then, as a leftist, you are to blame for all of Castro’s crimes.

    Here’s a thought, Ron — try actually making and countering arguments. A bit less reliance on “they” would make you sound a mite less paranoid. Picking one bozo out of a crowd relieves you of the effort required to argue intelligently, but it’s not fooling us. You’re an angry sack of disturbed mashed spuds, dude.

    Why is this jobs bill a good thing? I don’t know whether or not it is, but you certainly aren’t going to persuade unmedicated people with your uniquely pissy drivel.

    they They! THey!! THEy!!! THEY!!!!

    Comment by chrisa798 — February 23, 2010 @ 5:52 pm | Reply

  8. Chrisa798 @ 7:

    Nail. Head.

    Comment by ConservativeWanderer — February 23, 2010 @ 6:03 pm | Reply

  9. To 7. chrisa798

    Well lets remember ron is a collectivist… he has no concept of the individual or individual thought… to him everyone in the tea party is the same… all blacks are the same(and inferior in his mind) and everyone falls into come collective of which he of course is superior to.

    Much like his heros hitler, stalin, mao and others he can only think of things in a collectivist sense and thus must group everyone together… for not to do so would force him to face the hard reality some their are ppl with free thought who are individuals… and that truly send ron into a rage.

    Comment by robotech master — February 23, 2010 @ 6:16 pm | Reply

  10. Real jobs come from the private sector, not the parasitic government. My jobs program would involve dramatic cuts to spending, taxes, and government borrowing. It worked great for Harding and Coolidge during the Recession of 1920-21.

    All of Hoover and FDR’s “jobs” bills turned the 1929 recession into the Great Depression of the 1930’s. So lets try that again.

    Comment by Old Soldier — February 23, 2010 @ 6:18 pm | Reply

  11. Old Soldier @ 10:

    All of Hoover and FDR’s “jobs” bills turned the 1929 recession into the Great Depression of the 1930’s. So lets try that again.

    Not to mention Japan’s “lost decade” where they tried government spending package after government spending package, and the Japanese economy stagnated for about 10 years.

    But we are being led by people who are either too stupid to learn from the mistakes of others, or who are deliberately destroying the American economy for their own reasons.

    By the way, thank you for serving our country, Soldier.

    Comment by ConservativeWanderer — February 23, 2010 @ 6:47 pm | Reply

  12. Anyone with a brain–or who’s been around long enough–knows that Brown is really a JFK Democrat. But he’s better than one of Obama’s Mao Tse-Tung “Democrats”. Conservatives who were hoping he was anything else weren’t paying attention.

    As for you, Ron, I believe you have absolutely lost it–if you ever had it. I’d up my dosage if I were you. (Of course, you could be pulling our legs…)

    Comment by ahem — February 23, 2010 @ 6:48 pm | Reply

  13. Here Ron, I’ll humor you:

    OH, HOW DARE HE! THE TRADEROUS FOOL (spelling mistake thrown in so you know it’s from a conservative) WHY DID HE HAVE TO CHOOSE THAT BILL TO VOTE SUPPORT? COULDN’T HE HAVE JUST VOTED AGAINST SEN. MCCONNELL’S “BE CRUEL TO ORPHANS DAY” BILL TO GET HIS BIPARTISAN CRED? DOESN’T HE REALIZE THAT HE MAY HAVE SET BACK OUR VAST RIGHT WING CONSPIRACY? HE MAY CLAIM TO BE PART OF THE DARK SIDE BUT HE WILL GET NO COOKIES FROM US!

    Comment by James S. — February 23, 2010 @ 6:48 pm | Reply

  14. “HE MAY CLAIM TO BE PART OF THE DARK SIDE BUT HE WILL GET NO COOKIES FROM US!”

    lol thats just so create on so many levels lol

    Comment by robotech master — February 23, 2010 @ 7:06 pm | Reply

  15. Clue up, Ron: Just because a piece of spendthrift legislation says “Jobs Bill” at the top, that doesn’t mean that it will actually create jobs. Son of Porkulus will create as many jobs as the original: none. And Obeyme’s “employment tax credit” will create just as many jobs as it did when Carter I tried it back in ’77: none.

    Comment by Bohemond — February 23, 2010 @ 7:15 pm | Reply

  16. Wow! I just looked at the link you posted. You’re looking at CBS! Bwahahaha! I thought you were looking at serious news! Good one! Now tell us what you found on some conservative sites.

    Comment by James S. — February 23, 2010 @ 7:48 pm | Reply

  17. Ron’s gone off the deep end. Scott Brown, when he was first running for office and ever since, has been misunderstood. One of the most absurd of the misconceptions was from the Coakley camp, which collectively ignored Brown because they believed their own propaganda, and decided that he was “too conservative” for Massachusetts. This while supposedly analyzing the campaign of a pro-choice Republican, which puts him in the leftward 10% of the GOP’s congressional delegation. Now he votes for a “Jobs Bill” which every conservative knows is really just a pork buffet. Senators do this sort of thing all the time, and since he’s a moderate, yes, he’s probably going to do it again. So the news people go out and find a Tea Party person who (according to Ron) thought Brown was Darth Vader and was just devoted to the idea of starving poor people and killing children, to say nothing of pulling the wings off butterflies and setting puppies on fire. That Tea Partier, of course, was incoherent with rage over Brown’s vote, and Ron chortles in Schadenfreude as he watches this ingrate whine about the “trader”.

    So yeah, Brown turned out to be what everyone knew he was, at the start: a New England Republican. Someone among the Republicans believed the Democratic argument that he was cruel and unusual. Cruel in this case means not being willing to work into your 80’s in order to support some bureaucrat retiring at 52 with a pension in excess of $100K. We Republicans who are more Libertarian in leaning are evil for not considering the hardship that the bureaucrat would have to endure if he were forced to work as long as everyone else, and get a pay package and pension equivalent to other people’s. Since all we do is hate, we…well, this is getting silly. I just can’t keep it up.

    Ron, you need to get a grip. People who disagree with you about politics aren’t necessarily evil. Some of them just disagree with you. Jobs bills don’t work, except if the goal is to waste government tax dollars. And not everyone who voted for Brown is going to be pleased with everything he does. Witness our current president, who seemingly has a lot of unhappy supporters now, as he continues way more policies of the previous administration that he’ll admit, while throwing jabs at the Republicans rhetorically.

    Comment by DavidN — February 23, 2010 @ 8:24 pm | Reply

  18. I think a bridge has been crossed.

    Given Ron’s ironic rage (ranting about misspellings and insults and whinning), flip flop on Brown, rampant strawmen….

    He’s now just a joke.

    There’s no getting angry at him.

    I just feel sad that PJM has to deal with this clown.

    On the upside: Calue!

    Comment by Jack — February 23, 2010 @ 8:26 pm | Reply

  19. Poor Ron. 😦

    Comment by Delia — February 23, 2010 @ 9:12 pm | Reply

  20. Ron, Ron, Ron…..where did you lose your mind? Obviously, in losing it, you can’t remember where you lost it, mainly because you lost it.

    Well, I’ve reached the conclusion that there are a lot of links on PJM that I’ll click….but not if your name is beside it. Why, in the name of all things good, would I actually seek out the opinion of someone clearly mentally deficient.

    Remember that you should never have a battle of wits with an unarmed man. Since everyone (well, most everyone) else on this site is packin’ some serious cerebrum, that must mean you’re the unarmed one.

    Comment by Faultolerant — February 24, 2010 @ 9:55 am | Reply


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