#rsrh In which I brag.

(Video canceled in order to tell all y’all how awesome I am, for given values of ‘awesome.’  Rather sad values, at that.)

I called this.  I so totally called this.

I said it first on Inauguration Day, 2009 (on RedState, too): and I said it again in November 2010, twice.  I knew that it was going to happen, and so did you.  But here’s the kicker: ThinkProgress didn’t.  And that’s why they’re so personally and professionally ineffectual – just like most of the Online Left.  They don’t know themselves and they can’t be bothered to know us… and, fortunately, we don’t have the poisoned luxury of either type of willful ignorance, ourselves.

The best part?  I can point and laugh… and they won’t change their behavior one iota.  Pride’s a harsh master, eh, what?

Moe Lane

PS: Please, no applause: just throw money.

…although I think that Project Valour-IT could use the cash more, frankly.


  • Finrod says:

    You rock. There’s a Reason, after all, that you’re on my short list of favorite bloggers (along with The Other McCain and, um, well I’ll get back to you with the rest of the list once I figure it out).

  • Kyle Haight says:

    To be fair there are people on the right who do the same thing. There are ways in which Obama makes Bill Clinton — Lewinsky and all — look positively statesmanlike. That said, it’s always fun to mock the left’s predictability and lack of self-awareness.

  • BigGator5 says:

    I used to be a moderate. Now I’m a hard-line right-wing conservative, and I like it. ThinkProgress can blame Barack Obama for my slide to the far-right.

  • Don says:

    Heck, they compare Obama to Reagen. Our nominee is going to be the eeeevilest, stooooopidest, wing-nut ever to stand on two feet and pretend to be qualified to seek the presidency of this great country. CK called it yesterday, this is going to be the nastiest election that most people still alive have ever seen.

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