He caricatured the mentally ill in a way I'm uncomfortable with, but otherwise he was pretty well on the mark.
@8: "You mean like attacking in the grossest and most vulgsr terms [sic] the family name of a politician whose views you dislike?"
This from the guy who not only insists on talking about "little Danny Boy the Savage" (using his family name as a slur), but also referring to him (and other liberals and queers) with terms like "perverts" "deviants" "loonies" "barbarians" "fags and dykes" "disgusting traitor" "hatred for honorable men" "petulant child" "decay" "simpering morons" "narcissistic little boy" "subhuman thing" "[d]eranged perverted deviant" "seriously mentallly [sic] ill" "trash" "filthy bit of human debris" "repulsive bit of scum" "filthy pervert" "spoiled junior high school girl" and "freak".
Those are all words that you not only use to describe people you don't like, but insist are objective statements of fact whenever someone calls you out on your baseless invective. And you say this not only about people who are no longer in office, but who have never held or even run for elective office! It all comes down to the same old double standard of "it's okay when Seattleblues does it", just like your selective support for the rule of law (only when it's laws you like).
(Oh and Rick Santorum
is running for President this year, just like he did 4 years ago. He's fair political game, and the infamous "man-on-dog" comment should be brought up as an argument against him. It would be an extremely boring election cycle if candidates not currently holding office were off limits.)