Posted at the angry, hypocritical, radically leftwing HuffPo.com:
You can tell a lot about a person by his friends. Howard Dean, Michael Moore, Dennis Kucinich and Debbie Wasserman-Schultz are my friends. And they've all joined our moneybomb at CongressmanWithGuts.com.
And you can tell a lot about a person by his enemies. Sarah Palin came to my district two weeks ago, and told her zombie minions to "take me out." The National Republican Party says that I'm their #1 target in 2010. And now, it's George W. Bush's turn. See for yourself:
But when it comes to George W. Bush, with enemies like that, who needs friends? What's he going to do, attackify me?
First, what's ultimately revealing about this is that Grayson really seems to think that dissing Bush still resonates with most Americans. I mean, sure it worked well from 2006 to '08, but considering that the current President isn't favored by most Americans (even AFTER his "huge" health care "reform" package passed), could it be that there might be SOME legitimacy as to why most American's in today's world are kinda fed up with Congress? Secondly, it's sad that Grayson's so caught in his bitter hate for Republicans that he hasn't been paying attention to what recently went down in Massachusetts, much less New Jersey or Virginia. Then there's the obvious: Palin has proven to be a force to be reckoned with and she has a huge following behind her, underestimating her is not only ass-backwards, but besides being down with the GOP, in a practical sense she and Bush have little in common. Lastly, by smearing Bush this way, not only has Grayson made himself look like even more of a far-Left prick, but considering the classy way Bush has stayed out of the limelight (much less not criticizing Barry) since he left office, one can only imagine that even independents (the real difference makers) in Florida will see this "spoof" as just another stupid, childish and utterly lame move by a snarky liberal who needs to belittle people in order to get his point across.