Fux News continues to provide a platform for Teh Crazy
Less than three days following the GOP’s thrashing at the polls, Obama Derangement Syndrome is reaching new heights, signaling a psychotic break among reality denying Wingnuts. Of all the lame excuses for their loss, this one takes the prize— thus far.
Michael Graham, a radio host appearing on Fox News today said the Obama campaign wanted to convince voters if you were a female and vote for Romney you would be put in “rape camps.”
The only thing crazier than that would be for Karl Rove to claim the reason Romney lost was because Obama suppressed the vote.
Karl Rove explained his view of why President Obama won, on Fox News, via Dylan Byers:
Rove argued that Obama won with a smaller popular vote and a smaller margin of victory than in the 2008 election against Sen. John McCain. Instead of expanding voters, Rove argued, Obama “suppressed the vote” by demonizing former Gov. Mitt Romney and encouraging people not to vote.
“President Obama has become the first president in history to win a second term with a smaller percentage of the vote than he did in the first term,” Rove said.
“But he won Karl, he won!” Fox News host Megyn Kelly interjected…
Sorry, Megyn, Karl is irretrievably trapped in his own personal Phantom Zone of self-delusion. He’s so used to demonizing his opponents and stealing elections that the shock of suddenly being thrust into the reality based community he scorned has left him with nothing but soulless projection.
But life will become a burden of existence unless you learn how to fail gracefully. There is an art in defeat which noble souls always acquire; you must know how to lose cheerfully; you must be less of disappointment. Never hesitate to admit failure. Make no attempt to hide failure under deceptive smiles and beaming optimism. It sounds well always to claim success, but the end results are appalling. Such a technique leads directly to the creation of a world of unreality and to the inevitable crash of ultimate disillusionment.
—The Urantia Book