Schlafly and Jones, Together at Last

Phyllis Schlafly went on Alex Jones’ show this week and the results were predictably absurd. It was basically a big circle jerk with the two of them going back and forth upping the stupid ante and agreeing completely with one another as they scaled the heights of hyperbole over the immigration orders. It’s the end of the Republic! Communism! Dogs and cats living together!

“This really is the end of the republic, the end of Congress,” Jones said. “There’s been a lot of signposts on this road to perdition, but I don’t think I have strong enough words for the constitutional crisis we’re in, where on guns, UN treaties, our military, our power plants, our borders.”

“Well, Alex, you’re absolutely right in what you said and there are several items that you pointed out that I haven’t seen in any other news media,” Schlafly replied. “It’s just an outrage, and it does spell the death of probably the country.”

Criticizing Republicans in Congress for doing too little to stop the immigration action, Schlafly said of Obama, “He’s doing it for Democratic votes and he’s doing it to really break down the American system the way it is and make us a different kind of country.”

“And it’s not like we’re getting immigrants from high-skilled areas, we’re getting people that almost vote to a man for the most radical socialist communist agendas,” Jones interjected.

“That’s all they know,” Schlafly agreed. “They come from a country where big government was everything. They don’t know anything about our constitutional principles of limited government and balance of budget and keep spending down, they’re not familiar with any arguments like that.”

Jones warned, “We are going the way of Rome bringing in the giant third-world populations, and it seems to be an accelerated collapse-of-Rome timetable now.

“Yes, you’re absolutely right and I think that’s what Obama wants,” Schlafly responded. “He does not want America to be exceptional. He does not want us to be religious or Christian. He wants to absolutely change us so we are no better than any other country.”

They missed the obvious one: He’s bringing in all these immigrants because he needs them to run those FEMA concentration camps and get more fluoride into the water.

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  • http://artk.typepad.com ArtK

    Somebody had to do it. They crossed the streams.

  • http://en.uncyclopedia.co/wiki/User:Modusoperandi Modusoperandi

    It’s nice that the Micks are considered American enough now that they get to insult other Papists, like the Beaners.*

     

    * This uncomfortable moment provided by Your Aunt at Thanksgiving Dinner.

  • roggg

    I think Jones is in serious need of professional help.

  • grumpyoldfart

    The sad thing is that Americans listen to that shit and believe it.

  • theguy

    “He does not want America to be exceptional. He does not want us to be religious or Christian.”

    So why is Obama bringing more people in? Why people from Mexico and Central America, predominately Catholic regions?

    Logic, muthafucka! Do you speak it?

  • jd142

    “Phyllis Schlafly,” “Alex Jones,” and “circle jerk” should never, ever, ever be used in the same story.

  • rationalinks

    It would be comical if it weren’t for the fact that people listen to and believe this bullshit. Yes, the president plans to turn this country socialist by allowing people who can’t vote the ability to stay a bit longer and continue to not vote…how diabolical!

  • http://timgueguen.blogspot.com timgueguen

    But the supposedly uneducated people the dumbasses are talking about suddenly have their knowledge multiply by three merely by stepping on American soil, allowing them to create fake IDs that will allow them to vote for socialism. Not being legally allowed to vote will stop them.

    The part about socialism not being part of the Democratic Party’s policies on the other hand….

  • felidae

    I don’t know which is the worst part of Phyllis Schlafly–the ugly or the stupid

  • http://www.pandasthumb.org Area Man

    I don’t know which is the worst part of Phyllis Schlafly–the ugly or the stupid.

    The evil.

  • caseloweraz

    It’s always Right Wing Watch. Day in and day out: Right Wing Watch, Right Wing Watch, Right Wing Watch!

    What makes us think we have a monopoly on smarts or integrity?

    In the interest of “fairness and balance,” I present to you the damning contents of Left Wing Watch:

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    Had enough?

    Seriously, though, there is a Web site at the address “www.leftwingwatch.org” and it presents a pure white screen.

  • caseloweraz

    “That’s all they know,” Schlafly agreed. “They come from a country where big government was everything. They don’t know anything about our constitutional principles of limited government and balance of budget and keep spending down, they’re not familiar with any arguments like that.”

    That country is Mexico, right? Sure, the country where the government stamped out its drug lords and criminal gangs, STOMP! Just like that. And then it took over all private industry, starting with the oil industry, ¿no es verdad?

    Oh, wait: http://fpif.org/mexicos-oil-privatization-risky-business/

    And we all know about Mexico’s drug-lord problems…

  • throwaway, never proofreads, every post a gamble

    I don’t know which is the worst part of Phyllis Schlafly–the ugly or the stupid

    When do her looks begin to matter with regard to her value as a human being? Or any human being? She says stupid, horrendous things, yes. But her looks do not play a factor, nor should they, in your insults. She isn’t the only person to look like she does. There are other people who have been told they are ugly. You are causing hurt to them and none to Phillis Schafly since she will not read this. Basically, you’re causing splash damage by such an insult.

  • Ray, rude-ass yankee (Whimsy, I has it)

    Ugly is in the eye of the beholder, and only on the surface, in any case it is irrelevant here.

    Stupid and evil however, seem to go right to the bone with Schlafly and Jones.

  • http://www.facebook.com/dale.husband dalehusband

    It is hard to believe that hypocrite Phyllis Schlafly is still alive.

  • forestdragon

    Unfortunately yes. As the great philospher Calvin (with Hobbes) once said “It’s hard to believe in god when certain people are never struck by lightning.”

    Or words to that effect.