Brain-eating amoeba is eating Republican brains

Mike Huckabee told Breitbart News that President Obama is “naive” and that by doing the deal with Iran, “he will take the Israelis and march them to the door of the oven.” Politico reports,

The Anti-Defamation League, which monitors anti-Semitism, immediately denounced Huckabee’s language.

“Whatever one’s views of the nuclear agreement with Iran — and we have been critical of it, noting that there are serious unanswered questions that need to be addressed — comments such as those by Mike Huckabee suggesting the president is leading Israel to another Holocaust are completely out of line and unacceptable,” ADL National Director Jonathan Greenblatt said in a statement. “To hear Mr. Huckabee invoke the Holocaust when America is Israel’s greatest ally and when Israel is a strong nation capable of defending itself is disheartening.”

Huckabee refuses to back down from his insanely stupid and offensive statement.

Then along comes Jeb Bush: After criticizing US workers for not working hard enough, even though their productivity has increased as their incomes have fallen while the rich, including Bush, have gotten richer without working, he stepped in it again saying he wants to get rid of Medicare and replace it with vouchers, a remarkably bad idea pushed by Paul Ryan. A Bush spokesperson tried to clean up his mess by saying Bush only meant to say he wanted to raise the age of eligibility. Paul Krugman figuratively slammed him up against a wall today by noting,

There are two things to say about this claim. First, it’s clearly false: in context, Mr. Bush was obviously talking about converting Medicare into a voucher system, along the lines proposed by Paul Ryan.

And second, while raising the Medicare age has long been a favorite idea of Washington’s Very Serious People, a couple of years ago the Congressional Budget Office did a careful study and discovered that it would hardly save any money. That is, at this point raising the Medicare age is a zombie idea, which should have been killed by analysis and evidence, but is still out there eating some people’s brains.

The Washington Post reports today,

On July 9, just a few days after swimming in Minnesota’s Lake Minnewaska, 14-year-old Hunter Boutain was dead. Doctors believe the culprit was the water-dwelling amoeba Naegleria fowleri. Some people know it by another name: the brain-eating amoeba.

It’s the stuff of horror films: The tiny amoeba crawls up the nose to the brain, where it wreaks havoc, killing 97 percent of its victims. But while the amoeba is certainly devastating for the small number of people it infects, calling it a brain-eater may not be quite right. The immune system’s response to infection — not the amoeba itself — is the real killer, some scientists suspect.

Regardless, the damn thing has been detected in the public water supply in Louisiana.

My sources on the street tell me that both men have been seen in Louisiana recently. Therefore, I can confidently report that Naegleria fowleri is eating silly widdle Republican brains.

6 Responses to Brain-eating amoeba is eating Republican brains

  1. Malisha says:

    To me it is just shocking (even at this advanced age) that people with the obvious mental incapacities as the Clown Car Guys have been able to get into the upper realms of our government — like tiny amoebas! — and infect our society to this extent. I am demoralized to realize that they are probably fatal to us as a living organism; it’s just a matter of time. Ugh. Horrible. Horrible.

    • ed nelson says:

      Clown Car Guys… ” good one!, they put those Clowns there to… soothe the sensibilities of the dummies… you and me… the whole thing is a puppet show for the dummies.Well could call it a circus ?!

  2. ed nelson says:

    if the world is as we belive it to be… with lots of different typs of life forms, including the ameoba and others… you must conclude from a study of this that there will be some type of either predatoy or parasitic, or other kind of opportunist life form, that will find a way to tap into the humans.

    Either directly or indirectly… as the paracite might go for some of the indespensible farm crops, let alone that the 7 sees are about done.

  3. fauxmccoy says:

    works for me, fred!

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