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John Thune Nails Conservative Vision At CPAC

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In a succinct phrase, John Thune the conservative vision at CPAC, said, "Let's Expand our movement."
I'm assuming he is referring to bowel movement. This can be taken in many ways.
Conservatives are full of sh*t.
The-far-as-they-can-get-right wing vision is a foul smelling, processed, old, used up and thrown away idea. Still, there are dogs that eat sh*t. The vets call it coprolalia. The solution is to put something foul tasting in dog food, so the dog won't want to eat it. That might be comparable to requiring right wing legislators to walk their talk, and, say, not accept free, "socialized" health care with their jobs, not driving on roads built by the government... hey... not taking government jobs.
sh*t attracts? The conservatives want to get all their sh*t together-- get more intolerant, racist, bigoted, tax-avoiding narcissists to join their party. 
The greedy bastards want more, more more. They're not satisfied with the horrific wealth imbalance in this nation, and they want to, metaphorically, of course, gluttonously eat more and more, so they "expand their (bowel) movement. 
Then there are the effects of right wing policies on the poor, the more vulnerable. Expanding the movement, as in taking away heating subsidies, cutting access to medicare, reducing funding for education... just askin', for starters. Is that sh*tting on people or what?
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I'm sorry. I get chastised for going over the top with my anger against the right. I'm sick and tired though of the stinking third world sh*thole these selfish psychopaths are turning the US into. And they talk about American Exceptionalism. Well, I'd agree that the US has superb collection of right wing idiots, a**holes and selfish bastards. 
Did I miss some metaphoric abuses of Thune's words?
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