10 Worst Conservatives

September 4th, 2010 by Whitey Leave a reply »

Keith Olberman of MSNBC has a funny portion of his nightly show called, the “world’s worst person.” And of course, David Letterman has his top 10 lists. I thought it might be time to have our own “top ten worst conservatives” list. Here is our list (explanations and [very funny] video clips below).

  1. Glenn Beck
  2. Newt Gingrich
  3. John Boehner
  4. Sarah Palin
  5. George Rekers
  6. Jan Brewer
  7. Richard Army
  8. Sharron Angle
  9. Lindsey Graham
  10. Mitt Romney

1. Glenn Beck

Beck is our worst-of-the-worst, number one, top nut job. See post about Beck.

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See also: http://www.salon.com/news/glenn_beck/index.html

Or this great radio program about Beck: http://bit.ly/9RWvZx

2. Newt Gingrich

Newt is salivating over the 2012 presidential election. But this guy is completely unelectable, and is basically a sociopath.

See also the recent Esquire article on Newt.

3. John Boehner

It is a little scary to think that Boehner could be the next Speaker of the House.



See also: http://dir.salon.com/topics/john_boehner/

4. Sarah Palin


5. George Rekers

Here’s a guy whose “family values” might not quite fit in with the extreme right-wingers he hangs out with.


6. Jan Brewer

The lady who brought Arizona national attention with a anti-immigrant bill that takes racial profiling to another level.

7. Dick Army

The lead Tea-bagger, whose is bringing in the cash for the Tea-bagger party.



8. Sharron Angle

The video clips speak for themselves. I don’t think Harry Reid is in trouble at all! (And if he is…well so is Nevada)

See also this story that discussed her “2nd amendment remedies.”

Start this next clip from 3:00.

9. Lindsey Graham

Oklahoma Gubernatorial candidate, Mary Fallin, almost earned herself the ninth spot when she said: “I don’t know about you, but I have never been offered a job by a poor person.” But Lindsey Graham still won out. Graham tries to be a cebtrist, but he is just a goofy conservative under all that spin.

10. Mitt Romney
Romney was the ultimate flip-flopper—not a flip-flopper based on changing facts or circumstances.

He changed his views to  fall in line with the other fear-mongering opportunists of the Republican Party.

Romney’s reason for droping out of the 2008 presidential race? “In this time of war, I simply cannot allow my campaign be a part of aiding in a surrender to terror.” Apparently, what he meant by that was that by “prolonging a national campaign” (letting McCain be the lead Republican candidate) it would help the Democrats, and the Democrats will help the terrorists. Nice logic, Mitt. How did your Iraq predictions about Obama turn out? (see the clip)


See Jon Stewart’s hilarious take on the previous clip:

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Romney wants to “double the size of Guantanamo,” and continue to use “enhanced interrogation techniques.” Sounds like Bush on steroids.


More from Romney:

“I saw my father march with Martin Luther King.” (Romney’s campaign later admitted that they didn’t march on the same day, or in the same city)

“My sons are all adults and they’ve made decisions about their careers and they’ve chosen not to serve in the military and active duty and I respect their decision in that regard. One of the ways my sons are showing support for our nation is helping me get elected because they think I’d be a great president.”

“You sit down with your attorneys and tell you what you have to do, but obviously the president of the United States has to do what’s in the best interest of the United States against a potential threat.” –on whether he would consult Congress about invading Iran

“I purchased a gun when I was a young man. I’ve been a hunter pretty much all my life.” (Romney’s campaign later said he’d been hunting twice, once when he was 15, and once in 2006 at a Republican fundraiser

“I’m not a big-game hunter. I’ve made that very clear. I’ve always been a rodent and rabbit hunter. Small varmints, if you will.”

“Hugo Chavez has tried to steal an inspiring phrase ‘Patria o muerte, venceremos.’ It does not belong to him. It belongs to a free Cuba.” –invoking a phrase that translates to “Fatherland or death, we shall overcome,” which Fidel Castro has used to close his speeches for years, and which is associated with Cuban oppression

“Well, the question is kind of a non sequitur, if you will. And what I mean by that — or a null set.” –after being asked during a Republican debate whether is was a mistake to invade Iraq

“We should double Guantanamo!”

“I’m happy to learn that after I speak you’re going to hear from Ann Coulter. That’s a good thing. I think it’s important to get the views of moderates.” –right before Coulter called John Edwards a “faggot”

Bonus – 11. Joe Wilson

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