New Poll Shows Majority Of Republicans As Crazy As Their Leaders!

As Obama Derangement Syndrome–the disease where otherwise normal people are transformed into rabid, Hitler-waving lunatics who harass and throw crumpled dollar bills at defenseless old men with Parkinsons all because a semi-black man occupies the White House–continues to infect Teabaggers, the entire Republican Party, and other unstable nutjobs posing as patriots, a disturbing new Harris poll shows just how deep this deranged Republican rabbit hole goes.

And judging by the recent spate of violence and vandalism targeting Democratic lawmakers in the wake of Americans actually getting health insurance that doesn’t try to either off them or profit off them, a return to even partial sanity doesn’t seem likely any time soon.

Let’s take a look at some of the polls more ‘enlightened’ findings shall we?

  • 67% of Republicans (40% of Americans overall) believe that Obama is a Socialist
  • 57% of Republicans (32% overall) believe that Obama is a Muslim
  • 45% of Republicans (25% overall) agree with the Birthers in their belief that Obama was “not born in the United States and so is not eligible to be president”
  • 38% of Republicans (20% overall) say that Obama is “doing many of the things that Hitler did”
  • Scariest of all, 24% of Republicans (14% overall) say that Obama “may be the Antichrist.”

Yes, America look around you. Chances are if you have six Republican friends (God help you), four of them likely believe Barack Obama, not Karl Marx, penned The Communist Manifesto, at least three of them think Obama is an illegal, Kenyan-born secret Muslim terrorist who hijacked the presidency, two or more believe that our 44th president and the worst mass murderer in the history of mankind, Adolf Hitler, are kindred spirits, and at least one is certain that Barry is the Devil incarnate.

With scholarly geniuses like these running around, and legally able to cast a vote, is it really any surprise that weasely human disgraces like Eric Cantor are still in power?

You remember Eric, don’t you? The caring GOP Representative from good, ol’ Virginia who is very upset about the Democrats being very upset about crazed gangs of Teabaggers attacking the homes and offices of Democratic lawmakers, strewing coffins on their lawns, rupturing gas lines at their homes, sending various pictures of nooses, expletive-filled death threats and wishes of terminal illness to their offices, and all the other totally normal behavior you’d expect from grown adults who don’t want everyone, especially dumb poor people, to have health care and must naturally resort to violence as a result.

Which is why, unlike the crybaby Democrats who loooooooove using the vicious threats against them as “media vehicles for political gain,” sending press releases and holding press conferences to address said attacks simply to score some “political points,” not because they fear for their lives by a bunch of gun-totin’ former Klansmen, Eric Cantor would never use a press conference as a cheap political stunt. Never!

He would only use something as sacred as a press conference to pretend something terrible happened to him too, like say, a bullet through his office window, to show how a real red-blooded American freedom fighter acts when trying to curry public favor for political gain.

Time to buck up, Democrats! Stop complaining about your lives being threatened and your property being destroyed, ya big babies!

Be a man like Eric Cantor and hold honorable press conferences blaming the lame victims for “inciting” the violent attacks against them, not the courageous, patriotic perpetrators of the bloodshed and violence.

You didn’t hear Eric the Brave complain when Barack HITLER Obama facilitated the cold-blooded, methodical slaughter of 6 million of his fellow Jewish brethren, now did you?

No, you didn’t. That’s because real men don’t cry. They cry wolf.

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