Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Wow. Talk about irony.

There's something inherently funny about The Speaker calling George W. a lunatic.

"They are the ravings of a lunatic. Tangential, free associating, sometimes almost word salad, the disjointed and rambling mutterings seemed to have the vague purpose of serving as comic disguise for total leadership and policy failure. "
Pot, have you met kettle.....

I know, I know. I was going to stay on the sidelines. I just couldn't. She's too crazy.

13 comments:

NAP said...

I think you're confusing crazy with wordy.

The Speaker may like to talk and use lots of words but the Shrub ...

dr. nic said...

Did you notice she left the comments open on this one?

Nurse K, Generic ER Nurse said...

I clicked on your website and thought for a second that I'd accidentally loaded my own website. ;-)

If you change "total leadership and policy" to "her own career", then that quote will have self-described The Speaker.

ERnursey said...

The woman is certifiable. I certainly do not find it hard to believe that she is "blacklisted" and can't get employed. It is hard to work when the nuthouse won't let you out on a day pass.

NAP said...

I ask this in all seriousness, is every "medical" blogger conservative by nature?

Because stuff like this is hard to defend, even if I was a Repuglican:

http://www.kansascity.com/news/world/story/185250.html

Anonymous said...

So you are OK with W saying this?

The immediate goal is to make sure there are more people on private insurance plans. I mean, people have access to health care in America. After all, you just go to an emerg"ency room."

MonkeyGirl said...

NAP & Anonymous:

Get your politics off my blog. I'm talking about crazy and irony. Period.

I don't do politics. You want politics, go to Crass-Pollination. She'll talk to you about politics. She's full-service like that. ;-)

beajerry said...

I visited The Speaker's site and could only take it for about 2 minutes.

Nurse K, Generic ER Nurse said...

Beajerry: If you realize that the Speaker is very humorous in her irony and inability to do what she tells others they must do (eg. she accuses me of copyright infringement for using small blockquotes with links back to their original sites while routinely posting articles in their entirety), it makes it easier and even amusing.

It's also fun to pick out WTF quotes and incongruities in what you believe is likely true and what she says is true (eg. that she got "blacklisted" from healthcare because the jobs were given to "diverse" nurses and healthcare's disdain for those who "advocate for patients and staff" vs. the probable truth that she has no interpersonal skills).

NAP said...
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NAP said...

Okay, okay ... take back everything I said! Being a dumb@$$ and new to this blogging thang, I didn't bother to click the link and when you referred to Speaker, I thought you meant Nancy Pelosi.

(Sound of slapping himself in forehead)

Ignore me.

scalpel said...

Now THAT was funny.

Anonymous said...

"I ask this in all seriousness, is every "medical" blogger conservative by nature?"

Yes. It's creepy. And if you dare to question it, you are ALWAYS, without fail, "missing the point". Sure, Speaker's nuts as the proverbial fruitcake, but that doesn't make untrue the fact that Shrub is simply the worst president of at least the last 100 years. But you'd better not say so on one of these sites, or you might be deemed a "fibromyalgeur" or worse!