You needed a U-Haul to deliver all of the crocks that Republicans have exported to the public to slander President Obama for one reason or another, especially after his immigration rollout. Both Lords of the Fleas - McConnell and Boehner - were at the top of the batting order in swinging wildly at Obama's decision to rescue millions of illegal immigrants from non-personhood. As if they hadn't already done enough to cripple the government that pays their salaries anyway.
The anti-Obama Republicans in Congress have already filed costly suits savaging Obamacare. Rep. Steve King of Iowa wants to impeach Obama. Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama proposes to jail the president for five years, vaguely referring to authority in a federal statute that he can't cite. Joe Arpaio , the nototorius Arizona sheriff , sued the president before Friday sunrise.
Etc.etc. Folks, these guys are so much smaller than their shadows. It's awful to realize that the dumbed-down version of the Laurel and Hardy hijinks, McConnell and Boehner, will plague us for two more years.
Although I seldom find much reason to agree with John McCain, I do think of his snarky assessment of Republicans that was reported in Game Change, the virtual diary of the 2006 presidential campaign by John Heilemann and Mark Halperin.
In one of his darker moments on the trail, McCain blurted:
"Why would I want to be the leader of a party of such assholes?"