I always expected the question of how Mike Huckabee's son killed that dog* would be a fertile source for opposition researchers.
But I didn't expect that would happen the minute the Iowa polls closed! Fuck!
NOTE * Bud, from Legal, insists that I add the word "alleged" here. Read more about Let the oppo begin!
McCain's national finance co-chair, when drunk in college, looked on and did nothing as dog was killed, then barbecued
[Welcome Drunk Report readers.]
I swear I'm not making this up! And it saddens me, just a little, truly. I would have thought that McCain, having been tortured, would be the very last Republican candidate to throw his hat in this particular ring:
But doggone it--hat tip to alert reader muttley66--once again I just wasn't cynical enough. Read more about McCain's national finance co-chair, when drunk in college, looked on and did nothing as dog was killed, then barbecued
So, how exactly did Mike Huckabee's son David kill that dog, back in the day when he was a Boy Scout?
One of the Romney family's 1980s routines had been to gather in Mitt and Ann's bedroom each night to say their prayers together. Another family dog from that era, a yellow Labrador named McKenzie, would join them, putting her paws up on the bed in mock prayer, Ann told the Globe.
It really is a disturbing trend.
I mean, strap your dog on top of your car? Sure, Seanus is in a carrier, but Jeebus, even so. Whoever heard of such a thing?
But did I call my shot about Romney being "hinky", or what? Read more about Yet another Republican kinked about animals
People passing by the vice president's residence over the weekend were shocked to see a dead deer on his lawn. "Who killed it!?" asked one horrified witness. "The deer has been there a while, because a friend E-mailed me earlier this morning to report the sad sighting. I just saw it myself, in a cab going down [Massachusetts Ave.]. I'm crying."
Coverage on this one has been pretty scanty, and there are some obvious questions to ask: Read more about What's with the dead deer on Dick Cheney's front lawn?
The odd thing, or not, is that this kink is everywhere in the Republican leadership: Santorum, Frist, George Felix Allen, Bush.... And via A Liberal Dose, we are reminded of another example: Read more about One more Republican kinked about animals
Please, somebody tell me this one's not true. Because otherwise, I'll have failed to be cynical enough about Republicans, yet again. All all these guys sadists, or what?