Okay, some of the candidates featured in these clips are more Tea Party-ish than others. But, if you widen the definition of Tea Party candidate to mean "conservative candidate who fancies self as outsider and/or has own head up ass" then these should all work fine…
Christine O'Donnell & Carl Paladino
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Tags: Carl Paladino, Carly Fiorina, Christine O’Donnell, House of Representatives, JD Hayworth, Joe Miller, Jon Stewart, Karen Handel, Linda McMahon, Marco Rubio, Meg Whitman, Michele Bachmann, Midterms, Primaries, Senate, Sharron Angle, Tea Party, The Daily Show, Video
Okay, so apparently there were a bunch of primary elections yesterday or something. But the only one that anybody really cared about was going on in California, where a very important conservative woman was running the race of her life for a highly prestigious seat of power…
Meg Whitman, the billionaire former eBay CEO, saw her more than $81 million investment in the gubernatorial primary pay off. She soundly defeated–
Yeah, blah blah blah blah blah. Meg Whitman won the nomination for governor or something. Whatever. C'mon, let's get to the important stuff…
Another female titan of the tech industry, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, won the GOP nomination for Senate, pitting her against three-term–
Gah! Does anybody care about Carly Fallerina or whoever? No! Nobody cares! What about Orly Taitz and the race for Secretary of State?!
[T]he anti-incumbent mood wasn't strong enough to help Orly Taitz, the woman best known for questioning whether President Obama is a natural born citizen, in herbid for the GOP nomination for secretary of state. She was defeated by former NFL player Damon Dunn, who now goes on to challenge Democratic Secretary of State Debra Bowen.
Nooooooooooooooooo!!! Ooooooooorrrrrrrrrrlllllllllyyyyyyyyyyyy!!! Why! How could this travesty have happened?! How could the rational Republican people of California not have chosen you to be their nominee for Secretary of State? What? Did they not want to win in November? Did they not want a Secretary of State who would tackle the important issues facing the state, like bringing President Obama to justice for having been secretly born in an African village? What is wrong with this country?!
I'll tell you what it probably was. The Kenyan Secret Police. They're all over this country. You don't realize it, because they're quite devious. They have very long arms, figuratively speaking. And possibly literally speaking too. Barry Soetoro (aka Barack Obama, aka Professor Slaughter, aka Shub-Niggurath, the Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young) controls them with a hidden transmitter from the Oval Office. You think he was gonna let someone like Orly Taitz make it to higher office? Ha! That's a laugh!
I'll tell you something else. Everybody in California who did not vote for Orly Taitz is gonna have one hell of a law suit on their hands.
Tags: Barack Obama, Barry Soetoro, Birthers, California, Carly Fiorina, Meg Whitman, Republicans, Senate, Tea Party
Do you have a spare 75 hours to watch "Hot Air: The Movie" the new anti-Barbara Boxer ad just released from Carly Fiorina Studios (you know, the one that brought us that terrifying horror movie, "The Sheep with Laser Eyes")? Well, you'd better, because it's essentially this year's Avatar, this decade's Godfather and this century's Birth of a Nation all rolled up into one amazing
cinematicYouTube experience! Barbara Boxer is a shoo in to win an Academy Award for Most Ginormous Floating Head.
If Gene Shalit were alive (is Gene Shalit alive?), he'd probably say something like, "Ready, Aim, FIORINA! You'll be executed for crimes committed against humanity after you go BALLOON-y for this film!"
Tags: Barbara Boxer, California, Carly Fiorina, Senate
Remember Carly Fiorina's senate ad from yesterday? Well, somebody did the right thing and overlaid Pink Floyd's "Sheep" onto it…
Watching this makes me wish I still had my old acid connection from college. Unfortunately, he's too busy District Attorney-ing to sell these days.
Tags: California, Carly Fiorina, Music, Senate, Tom Campbell
I hear this attack ad from Cary Fiorina's California senate campaign was supposed to headline the first night of this year's Cannes Film Festival being judged by Tim Burton.
But that it got pulled for being a little too dark and upsetting…
Also, Carly Fiorina wants her campaign website to be called FCINO.com? "Fiscal Conservative in Name Only" dot Com, eh? Really? Okay. You're the boss lady.
Tags: California, Carly Fiorina, Senate, Tom Campbell