Monday, October 22, 2012

'The Internet Puked on my Shoes'

Scott Adams of Dilbert fame continues to amaze.

As do his readers, or so he says. And the “low information” voters he’s got pouring over to his site from The Huffington Post, the Daily Kos (his words) and other left-leaning sites since he endorsed Mitt Romney for president last week – not because he agrees with him, but because he believes President Obama committed a “firing offense” for going after state-legalized marijuana dispensaries in California, something Adams says Obama did for political reasons only.

Adams’ Oct. 21 post bristles with his trademark snarkiness, as he addresses the Obama fans who “puked on his shoes,” so to speak, as they misinterpreted what he said, among other such general nonsense.

The best moment? Right here (emphasis Adams’):
You're crazy when you say a good reason to believe Romney won't be a disaster as president is that he's lying about what he would do in office.

I'm betting that a chameleon will stay a chameleon. That's his history. He adapts to whatever situation he's in. The alternative is to believe a candidate for President will do all the things he promises during the campaign. How has that worked out for you?
For once today, I was glad I was alone in my pitiful little trailer out here in the Arco desert, because I laughed out loud. It’s not exactly a ringing endorsement for Mitt Romney, of course, but it is probably one of the most honest and objective endorsements I’ve read in a long time.

Read Adams’ screed in full (warning, one F-bomb). It’s worth your time.

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