Thursday, September 10, 2009
Keep acting out like some grandstanding teabagger, asshole. Just keep talking. You'll get taken to the woodshed again and again, while your party circles the drain.
The difference between the image of resistance and the reality, right there, baby.
Monday, August 17, 2009
If "patriots" had brought guns to public events by that sociopath Bush or that pants-wetting torture-fantasist Cheney, they would have been blown away by the Praetorian Guard before they ever got within a mile of the venue.
Why again isn't it happening to these nuts?
Anybody who thinks he can only make his "point" by bringing an automatic weapon to a political meeting, discussion, or rally is copping to the fact that he hasn't got the guts, brains, or vocabulary to stand up for his opinions without it.
Anybody toting a gun to a public event is a grandstanding, balls-shriveled coward.
[Updated to add]
Rachel Maddow agrees; calls it "Guns 'n' Poses"
Thursday, August 6, 2009
And he's still more competent than that sociopathic little monster the Rehnquist anointed President in 2000.
They hated Clinton for the same reasons that the teabaggers hate Obama: they hate someone can be a compulsive, infantile, promiscuous egomaniac, or a cool, cerebral, overconfident, "community organizer", and still be more competent than they are.
Why they really hate Obama? He's the offspring of a single parent who got through Harvard Law School on sheer brains and balls, and he's a BLACK MAN. He instantly gives the lie to all the comfortable Fox News that the low-information voters tell themselves: as I said to my buddy Coop, to the wingnut base, "it's always somebody else's fault."
Jon Stewart, as always, nails it:
|The Daily Show With Jon Stewart||Mon - Thurs 11p / 10c|
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After 8 years of Junior's incompetent sabre-rattling, and a downward spiral of worsening hazard b/w USA and extremist regimes around the globe, in 30 hours the Big Dog reverses the course of US/N Korea relations and wins release of journalists Laura Lee and Euna Ling.
Incredible slideshow from Talking Points Memo.
I love the sound of wingnut heads exploding in the morning. It sounds like...VICTORY.
Friday, April 24, 2009
an 86 year-old World War II veteran addressed the committee. He explained how he had served in Patton's Third Army, took part in the Battle of the Bulge, and was among the forces that liberated Paris. His wife died in 1992. They had four children, one of whom is gay. In a halting, raspy voice trembling with emotion, he said:
"American freedom and equality made this a nation worth dying for. We must have equal rights for everyone. That’s what this nation is all about. My wife and I did not raise our four sons with the idea that three of them would have full rights and one, who happens to be gay, would be left out."
I hope those "defenders of American values", at that moment, felt their alleged "souls" shriveling up like potato chips.
This man went through the winter of '44-'45 in the Ardennes Forest.