And the torture of chalk dust collects on my tongue

Dickless torture gerbil Marc Thiessen is all “Republicans aren’t the obstructionists, Obama is. Neener neener neener” which may be his opinion, but that doesn’t make it any more truthful than anything else he ever says. Or pulls out of his flabby  ass.

It seems that there is this, regarding Republican obstructionism:

Conservative leaders will push delay any vote on health care reform until after the August recess to capitalize on what they say is a growing tide of opposition to reform measures, they said on a conference call with “tea party” participants today.

“I can almost guarantee you this thing won’t pass before August, and if we can hold it back until we go home for a month’s break in August,” members of Congress will hear from “outraged” constituents, South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint said on the call, which was organized by the group Conservatives for Patients Rights.

“Senators and Congressmen will come back in September afraid to vote against the American people,” DeMint predicted, adding that “this health care issue Is D-Day for freedom in America.”

“If we’re able to stop Obama on this it will be his Waterloo. It will break him,” he said.

Heckuva hire, Fred Hiatt, although the comments are amusing. I give Thiessen about two weeks before the WaPo bans commenting on anything he has to say.

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