Tom Tancredo, the single-issue candidate who hates anyone who might come to America from south of the border and who happily takes money from John Tanton, a freaky population-control weirdo affiliated with abortion mill Planned Parenthood, is at it again:
Republican presidential candidate Tom Tancredo says the U.S. isn’t waging a “war on terror.”
Thank you, nutball. Oh, there’s more? How about a side order of Democrat party talking points, please?
“Terrorism is a tactic. It is not the thing with which we are at war.”
His staff of handlers and psychiatrists then helpfully emptied Tommy’s overflowing drool bucket. It was described as “wet and foamy.” Tom’s diaper, however, appeared to be dry, said one observer who wished to remain anonymous.
In addition to differing with President Bush over the “war on terror” label, Tancredo labeled the immigration reform bill Bush tried to rally through congress as “amnesty” for illegals.
An anonymous source described it as an “it ain’t right if you ain’t white” speech. “He sure hates him those brown skinned folks,” he or she added. “It’s like night and day when y’all compare him to Brownback. Now that’s a real conservative.”
“I like mavericks.”
You like John McCain? I like pudding. Apparently the drool bucket needed emptying again, according to an on-the-scene observer.
Tancredo campaigned today in Grinnell, speaking with a crowd of about 30 people in the West Side Family Diner.
Nobody knew who the raving lunatic was, but they did have a good meal. And the price was reasonable. And entertainment of any kind in Grinnell was most welcome. Even a crazy soliloquy from a “The End Is Nigh” guy.
“I’m not going to say I’m going to win it.”
Most in attendance seemed to agree with this statement made in a rare moment of candor. Onlookers nodded sagely.
“I don’t have to win.”
According to witnesses, the crowd cheered and gave the unknown diner a standing ovation at this point. “It really brought the house down,” recalled one diner who left a three dollar tip.
Tom Tancredo. What more can be said? Less is more, as the saying goes.