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Dan Patrick, a Republican state senator from Houston and Tea Party darling, has officially been in the lieutenant governor's race for almost two months now. Patrick, like the other challengers vying for the seat, has positioned himself to the right of incumbent David Dewhurst, attacking him for being too moderate and for a series of procedural missteps that left the door open for Wendy Davis' abortion filibuster.

None of those attacks come close to what Patrick unleashed today. DewFeed, which the paid-for-by-Texans for Dan Patrick banner and the link to his campaign donation website suggests is legit, is brutal. It's the "night that will live in Texas political infamy, as told by cats."

Sure enough, the listicle that follows tells the tale of Davis' filibuster through a series of nine cat GIFs. This, for example, is Dewhurst haplessly chasing his tail:

And this is the unruly liberal mob:

And this is what Dan Patrick will do to Democrats:

Welcome to the BuzzFeedification of politics.


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11 comments
Amy S
Amy S

So I guess this makes the Texas Republicans a bunch of pussies?

Sotiredofitall
Sotiredofitall topcommenter

And folks said you couldn't take Kinky seriously when he ran?

Remember his campaign slogan "How hard could it be"

yoka
yoka

I don't like Patrick, and wouldn't vote for him to save my life, but man that's some funny shit!

ruddski
ruddski

What's next, zombie children forced by parents to sing songs of praise for you tube?

MaxNoDifference
MaxNoDifference

@Myrna.Minkoff-Katz Actually, it looks a lot like our house when my wife gets cheese slices out of the refrigerator.  She eats half of them gives the dogs and cats the other half, making sure that everybody gets a piece.

ScottsMerkin
ScottsMerkin topcommenter

@Myrna.Minkoff-Katz @Montemalone sorry I been quiet today.  too much going on at work, like a 1.5 hr lunch to herreras, googling toilets with two holes in the bowl, and reading the website of Martin Manley, the man who spent a year of his life writing about it in past tense describing why he committed suicide yesterday.  http://www.zeroshare.info/  seriously, read that, its not a bad link


If you dont trust that one, here

http://martinmanleylifeanddeath.com/

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