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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Sarah Palin does the unimaginable...stoop to even lower all time low

From her Fecebook page:

Whether accurate or not, for some reason I found this hilarious! Am I out of bounds for cracking up when I saw this take on a nauseated Obama fan, her absentminded pal, and our President's heroics this week? If so, penance paying I'll accept. With the Obama White House’s total lack of transparency, it’s no wonder that some will ask whether they staged even a fainting lady in the Rose Garden. What was once a major leap in logic has become a single step because President Obama has lied so often and so blatantly ("If you like your health care plan, you can keep your plan" comes to mind!).

Making fun of someone's health problems is not funny.   Since Sarah seems to thinks so I will make fun of Sally Heath, who's birthday was yesterday:

I think it would be hilarious if Sally fainted and broke one of her replacement hips.  What a hoot!

Unfortunately this isn't the first time Sarah has made fun of someone who has health problems:

 She also called Trig the retarded one.

Sarah there will be a special place in hell for you.

Saturday, October 26, 2013

A warning to all commenters on this blog

Earlier this week someone posted a comment regarding Tripp:

 Kid is gay. He'll be out of the closet soon.

While I welcome comments on this blog even Krusty's, I will delete comments regarding a minor child's sexual orientation.  Also anything regarding their sex life.  I do not think comments like that are nice and can be a form of bullying.  However once they turn 18 then they become fair game.  This applies to Piper, Trig, and Tripp.

I do make an exception for Bristol  because in her book Not Afraid to Lie she discussed her sexual escapades with Levi while under 18.  When you put that information out there you become fair game.  End of story.

Friday, October 25, 2013

Sarah Palin is so retarded she thinks a I-Pad is a DVD player!

And finally here’s Trig slumbering on his DVD player after that great day playing outdoors!

This picture must have been taken at Bristol's house.  Look at the leopard and tiger prints.  Only a whore would find that tasteful.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Jim Bob Duggar thinks abortion is the holocaust

From Crushable.

Goshdarnit, those silly old Duggars just can’t stop saying wildly offensive things about stuff they know nothing about. Which makes them kinda like that annoying person on your Facebook feed who’s always sharing factually incorrect memes about the government and writing, “so true!” Today’s topic du ignorance revolves around abortion and The Holocaust. Two topics that never cause any controversy on the Internet!
Last week at the Values Voter Summit, non-uterus-haver Jim Bob Duggar stood up and compared life in America today to life in Nazi Germany. And then he followed up those comments with a clarification this week that was along the lines of, “by Nazi Germany, I meant that there’s a baby Holocaust going on in this country right now.” Sadly, for humanity, we’ve discussed the Duggars’ insistence on comparing The Holocaust to abortion on this site before. But because they continue to bring it up, we’ll run through this again.

Several million human beings died in The Holocaust because a homicidal sociopath decided that they didn’t deserve to live based solely on their religion or sexual orientation or mental abilities. Even though these people did not in any way affect Hitler or the way he chose to live his life, he had them systemically enslaved and murdered. In contrast, several million fetuses are aborted every year because the women carrying them decided that it wasn’t in the fetus and/or the woman’s best interest to bring the fetus to term.

There are several valid reasons for why a woman decides to have an abortion. While we don’t need to dive into each reason right now, let’s throw a few of them out there: a woman can’t afford a child right now, a woman can’t bear giving birth to a child with fatal fetal abnormalities, a woman was raped and got pregnant as a result of that violent sexual assault, a woman knows she’s currently unable to emotionally and mentally provide for the child, a woman is not a woman but a teenager.

The common factor in all these cases is that having a baby affects the woman carrying it. Being pregnant isn’t easy, pre-natal care isn’t cheap, maternity leave isn’t a given, family support isn’t always there and adoption doesn’t always prove to be a viable option. (And do please check out some stats on foster care in America before you even dare to leave a comment on this about adoption. And then check out an article on how pregnancy affects a woman’s body and mind. After that call your local foster care system and adopt one of these blessings from God. Bonus points if you don’t list “healthy and white” as one of the requirements. Finally, write a letter to the Duggars asking them why they haven’t adopted any of these angels when they clearly can afford to do so and are currently talking to the media about “trying” for a 20th child.)
Considering that every rational and educated person knows about The Holocaust as well as the various reasons why women have abortions, it’s absolutely unbelievable that we have to have these conversations over and over again. And it’s even more unbelievable that we have to have them because this family uses their platform to spread ignorance and hate.

Really Jim Bob, really?

I double dog dare you to say that to any Holocaust survivor.

I watch 19 Kids and Counting for the laughs because Jim Bob and Michelle are awful parents and I feel for the kids but I think the show is on it's last legs as it's become a real snooze fest.  That and the fact son Josh is working for a hate group, the Family Research Council.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Question for Sarah and Todd Palin

Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?

Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Teabagger: let's sue teh gayz!

From Talking Points Memo

"Peter, the whole issue of a class action lawsuit, you and I have talked about this a little bit," Scarborough said. "I just wonder if you’ve explored that, talked to anyone about it. Obviously, statistically now even the Centers for Disease Control verifies that homosexuality much more likely leads to AIDS than smoking leads to cancer.

"And yet the entire nation has rejected smoking, billions of dollars are put into a trust fund to help cancer victims and the tobacco industry was held accountable for that," he added. "Any thoughts on that kind of an approach?"

"Yeah I think that’s great," LaBarbera responded. "I would love to see it. We always wanted to see one of the kid in high school who was counseled by the official school counselor to just be gay, then he comes down with HIV. But we never really got the client for that."

This has to be the most ridiculous thing I have ever heard! Rick Scarborough is an idiot.  But since we are at it, let's sue the following:

Tea Party Republicans for obstructing Congress and shutting down the government

Sarah Palin for inciting racism.

The Quiverfull movement for popping out too many kids and causing havoc on the earth's resources

The Catholic church for their stand against birth control and abortion, which drains our resources as we are stuck with kids no one wants.

STFU Rick!

Saturday, October 19, 2013

What Bristol Palin got on her birthday-Update

Recently Bristol posted this pic of Tripp acting white trashy on her white trashy blog

Yep Tripp will be a felon by 2nd grade if Bristol keeps this up.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Bristol Palin's birthday is today

I wonder if her birthday plans is getting drunk on the pontoon.  Seems like she has been doing a lot of that, getting drunk:

 SO much for family values!  Party-hearty Bristol Palin has shipped off her 4-year-old son Tripp to Grandma Sarah in Ari­zona so she can go wild on the bar scene in Alaska, say sources.

“Since her son left last month, it’s been nonstop partying and club­bing for Bristol,” a family insider told The ENQUIRER.

“Bristol is hitting the local bars and acting like she’s a single girl without a worry in the world.”
Disclosed an eyewit­ness: “While Tripp is away, Bristol is at play. She’s been a regular at the Mug-Shot Saloon in Wasilla and other bars in nearby Anchorage.”

To complicate matters, sources say the 22-year-old single mom has been making it difficult for baby daddy Levi Johnston, 23, to spend time with their little boy.

Levi, her former fiance who mar­ried last year, was stunned a few weeks ago when Bristol told him she would be moving to Arizona with Tripp in September and returning to school.

Then, just days later, Bristol texted Levi that Tripp was already in Arizona with Mama Grizzly Sarah, the ex-governor of Alaska and former Republican vice-presidential candi­date.

“Now Levi has no idea when he is going to see his son again,” said the insider.

Like her mom, Bristol is a FIRM advocate of family values and even writes a blog for the Family Channel, which she says is about “faith, family and being a mom.”

But on Aug. 6 she posted recent pho­tos online of Tripp swimming with Sarah’s 5-year-old son Trig – and absentee mom Bris­tol was nowhere to be seen in the pictures.

It’s not the first time Bristol has appeared to put her own needs first.

In 2010, she uprooted her then-21-month-old son from their Alaska home so she could com­pete on “Dancing with the Stars.”

Bristol has also been able to dance around the frequent requests she gets from Levi to spend time with Tripp – claiming the youngster needs to see the doctor or has other appointments, accord­ing to the insider, who added: “Bristol needs to realize that the only person who is going to suffer long-term from her game-playing is Tripp.”

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Sarah Palin loses to two black men in one day!


Newark Mayor Cory Booker will soon be headed to Washington as the next New Jersey senator.
The Democratic nominee easily bested Republican Steve Lonegan in Wednesday’s special election to succeed the late Frank Lautenberg. With 52 percent of the vote in, Booker led with 55  to 44 percent.
The famous mayor, who has touted his ability to bring people together while growing his own social media presence and popularity, will head to a polarized Washington where he’s certain to be a rising star within the Democratic Party and another outsized presence in D.C.

With his win, Booker becomes the first African-American elected to the Senate since Barack Obama -- only the fourth popularly elected black senator since Reconstruction.

In lauding his win, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee didn't even wait until the race was officially called to put out a statement on his anticipated victory.

“Tonight’s election is a repudiation of the Tea Party’s reckless agenda and a Republican party that grants too much influence to people on the fringes," said DSCC Chairman Michael Bennet, just after the Senate voted to move forward on a proposal to reopen the government and raise the debt ceiling.

The state's interim appointed senator, former Republican Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa, also voted to move the bill forward.

After easily winning a four-way Democratic primary in August, Booker was expected to have a clear path to win the election. But some stumbles along the way and tightening poll numbers drew scrutiny to the race in its final days.

Booker was dinged late last month after it was revealed he had exchanged direct messages with an Oregon stripper. The mayor dismissed it, saying it was just part of his active social media life, and he hadn’t scrutinized her profile.

Booker has also faced lingering questions over his finances, including his stake in an internet video company and payouts he received from his former law firm, who got contracts with the city. And the validity of other anecdotes he’s used on the trail, including a story of a former drug dealer, “T-Bone,” he later befriended, have been called into question.

The contest between the two men was doggedly bitter. In debates and on the campaign trail, Lonegan was unafraid to take shots at Booker’s record in Newark, arguing that crime hadn’t dropped and the city hadn’t prospered as much as he let on.

In one ghastly exchange, Lonegan claimed there were “bodies floating around of shooting victims” in the Passaic River under Booker’s tenure as mayor.

Lonegan also jabbed at the mayor’s celebrity status and said that Newark needed “a leader, not a tweeter,” poking at the social media-savvy Booker.

But Booker gave just as much too, airing negative ads against Lonegan reminding voters of his “extreme” social views.

In debates, he repeatedly pointed to Lonegan’s anti-abortion and anti-gay marriage views and argued he would have gladly stood with the "fringe Tea Party” that forced the government shutdown over defunding Obamacare.

For good measure too, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Political Action Committee stepped in to spend $1 million for ads in support of Booker.

But Lonegan certainly didn’t play the role of a Northeastern Republican moderate who could have taken advantage of missteps and a tightening race.

In the final weekend, Lonegan brought in Sarah Palin and conservative radio host Mark Levin to rally for him. And he had his own unflattering press to deal with too, after his campaign manager Rick Shaftan was dismissed after giving a profanity-laced interview that trashed Booker and questioned his sexuality.

Welcome to the Senate Cory!  I'm sure you will do a fine job.  And the stench of the Palin curse is on Steve Lonegan forever.

And in other news:

The shutdown is over!

President Obama stood firm and refused to cave in.  Good for him.  And Ted Cruz is left with egg on his face and the stench of the Palin curse on him forever as well.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Sarah's AIP colors shine through

From Color Lines

 Over the weekend, a gaggle of Tea Party enthusiasts in trucker hats and veterans gear descended upon the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. for a rally to protest Obamacare, though at times it sounded like they were protesting President Obama himself.

One of the speakers was Larry Klayman, an attorney who founded Judicial Watch, a conservative legal non-profit that teamed with True the Vote last year to sue states that didn’t aggressively purge voters from rolls. Klayman, who now works with another conservative nonprofit called FreedomWatch, called for the crowd to engage in “a second American nonviolent revolution” using “civil disobedience” to demand that Obama “leave town.”

He called for Obama “to get up, to put the Quran down, to get up off his knees, and to figuratively come out with his hands up.”

Sen. Ted Cruz, the Tea Party leader from Texas, and former Alaska governor Sarah Palin were also at the rally, which moved from the World War II Memorial to the White House. Photos from the rally showing one protestor waving a Confederate Flag has circulated heavily across Twitter and other social networks.

Sarah Palin committed treason and sedition by hanging out with these assholes.  Arrest her!  So did Ted Cruz but he's Canadian.

Calling for a revolution is what the AIP stands for.  And you all know that Sarah has been in bed with the AIP for years.

Monday, October 14, 2013

As usual Sarah Palin makes a spectacle of herself, this time in New Jersey

She sounds like she high.

She also looks like shit:

And she has an orgasm over Mark Levin:

Prior to the rally, her curse lurched on the campaign as Steve had to fire his campaign manager.

And she posted this regarding the rally on her Fecebook:

Notice how Sarah is smack dab in the middle.  Sarah this rally isn't about you, it's about Steve Lonegan.  You aren't running for anything you dumb cunt.

I await a Cory Booker landslide on Tuesday.

Friday, October 11, 2013

So does Todd Palin have a girlfriend or not?

A few weeks back someone left a comment on the post regarding the Rainbow Bay Resort that Todd had a squeeze working there.  Is there any truth to that?

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Bill Fulton's interview with the LA Times

From January of this year:

In another life, William Fulton was "Drop Zone Bill," a bounty hunter who ran a military surplus store in Anchorage. You need a tactical vest? A bayonet that would clip neatly onto an M-4? Bill Fulton was your man.

"We do bad things to bad people," his company jackets said.

Fulton was also a go-to guy for Republican politicians who occasionally needed to reach out to the far right fringes of the party — those who spent weekends in the woods in camo gear and considered the 2nd Amendment an expression of divine intent.

When then-Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was plotting a move against the Republican Party chief at the state convention in 2008, Fulton was there strategizing over whiskey and cigars with Palin staffer Frank Bailey and Joe Miller, who later made a well-publicized run for the U.S. Senate as a tea party conservative.

That was the meeting where Fulton was introduced to Schaeffer Cox, an up-and-coming young firebrand of the far right who was running for the state Legislature and had, as it turned out, plans that went well beyond upending the Republican Party in Alaska.

It was a meeting that opened the door to a dangerous cat-and-mouse game that would transform the two men's lives and leave them at opposite ends of one of the federal government's biggest prosecutions of right-wing extremism on the West Coast.

Cox, 28, was sentenced Tuesday to 25 years in prison for heading a militia that plotted to kill judges and other government employees and conspired to accumulate the firepower needed to do it from Fulton. And Fulton, who became one of two key informants the FBI used to gather evidence against Cox and his cohorts, went from being the Alaska Peacemakers Militia's "supply sergeant" to its most celebrated snitch.

Today, Fulton, 37, is nowhere to be found in Alaska.
The very moment that Cox and his associates were being arrested in Fairbanks in 2011, an FBI-paid moving van showed up at Fulton's door in Anchorage — stunning his wife, who until then had known nothing about his double life — and the family relocated to another state. Fulton transferred his surplus store to his partners, sold his house at a loss, changed his appearance and went dark.

"They would have killed me immediately," Fulton said at a cafe in his new hometown, as he sipped cappuccinos between furious smoking breaks outside. "If they found out I was working for the feds? I knew everybody up there in that right-wing militia area.... So there were quite a few people that would have liked to have offed me at some point."

The story of Fulton's foray as a militia arms supplier ended with not just Cox behind bars. Three codefendants were sentenced to prison terms ranging from 15 to 25 years. From his new base, Fulton is continuing to work with the FBI on other gun-related cases and writing a book about the improbable events that transpired in Anchorage over the last two years.

 "If you look at it from a sane standpoint?" he said. "Even I sometimes look at the whole story and how it unfolded and I think, this is unbelievable."

Fulton and the other FBI informant, former drug runner J.R. Olson, offered the FBI an inside look at a group that seemed to be moving from right-wing, antigovernment rants — perfectly legal under the 1st Amendment — to something more dangerous. Cox had been boasting that his militia planned to set up common-law courts that would try people under principles they saw as more faithful to the U.S. Constitution. Those found guilty of serious offenses could be hanged or sold into slavery.

Fulton, who had long worked with Army criminal investigators through his surplus shop, had gone to the FBI in 2010 about a potential domestic terrorism case when the FBI learned he knew Cox.

"The wheels started turning: How can we use this to our advantage, to try to get more information? Is Cox really going down that path? Which inevitably, he was," said Sandra Klein, a supervisory special agent who became Fulton's chief handler.

Fulton's first assignment was to attend a gun and military surplus sale intended as a fundraiser for the Interior Alaska Conservative Coalition, which Cox had helped establish in Fairbanks. Cox had been trying to get in touch with Fulton, who had ignored him "because I thought he was an idiot." The night before the event in August 2010, Fulton invited Cox to meet him at his hotel. The militiaman arrived with Les Zerbe, a retired missionary ranked as a captain, and another associate.

Cox had been accused of assaulting his wife, and worried that state authorities were trying to take his son away. He talked about Fulton serving what he called common-law warrants on the officials he thought were out to get him.

"He said these guys need to be arrested and brought to trial," Fulton recalled. "I said, 'What are you going to do with them?' He said, 'We'll either fine them, or we'll hang them.'"

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

For someone who loves guns Sarah Palin doesn't know shit about them

From the National Review

All of us were horrified by the murders at the Washington Navy Yard this week. Once again, in the aftermath of a shooting, a new installment of the debate about gun laws has broken out. But what we really need is a new discussion about what kind of people we are and what kind of country we want to be.
It’s no secret which side I’m on in any debate involving the Second Amendment (or the whole Constitution, for that matter). We call Alaska America’s Last Frontier, and firearms are a big part of our lifestyle here because they are part of our frontier tradition. And, as I tell my daughters, the ability to use a firearm responsibly and to defend yourself is also part of our heritage as American women.

 The iconic musket over the fireplace wasn’t just for the menfolk on the frontier. Those stalwart women who crossed oceans and wilderness to settle our country knew how to protect themselves and their families. (One of my favorite scenes in the miniseries John Adams is when Abigail Adams, alone with her children in besieged Massachusetts while her husband is away at the Continental Congress, shoulders the family musket to protect her little ones when she hears the distant sounds of battle. That’s our heritage, ladies.)

Hunting is an integral part of our lifestyle in the 49th state. Using guns isn’t just recreation for us; it’s how many of us get our dinner. Granted, today, with a grocery store on virtually every corner, there isn’t the actual necessity to live a “subsistence lifestyle” that there was a generation ago in Alaska when I was growing up, but my family still lives by the motto “We eat; therefore, we hunt.” We live off the healthy organic protein provided by Alaska’s wild fish and game.

Todd and I have taught our kids how to handle firearms responsibly, just as my dad taught me. In fact, we took our girls for a special hunt on Mother’s Day this year at our cabin looking out at the distant majestic peak of Mt. McKinley, and we had a blast teaching twelve-year-old Piper mounted shooting in warm Montana this summer.

I’m proud of my frontier heritage, and I’ll fight vehemently against anything that would limit the constitutional rights of Americans. But I can certainly sympathize with the many well-meaning Americans who desperately feel the need to find a way to prevent these senseless killings. Who among us doesn’t feel sadness, anger, and even despair after these tragedies?
But we must remember that emotion won’t make anybody safer or protect our rights. Beware of politicians who exploit our emotions in an attempt to pass laws that even they admit wouldn’t have prevented the violence.
CNN’s Don Lemon recently saw the light on this issue and highlighted the Centers for Disease Control study showing that so-called military assault rifles account for a small fraction of gun violence. The overwhelming majority of gun-related deaths are inflicted with handguns, but a ban on handguns is not only politically untenable; it would also hinder the ability of law-abiding citizens to defend themselves (especially Americans who live in troubled urban areas where the police are slow to respond to emergency calls).
Instead of offering real solutions based on facts, reactionary politicians offer us the politics of emotion, which is the opposite of leadership. It is the manipulation of the people by the political class for their own political ends. It is so very self-serving, but, worse, it is destructive.

The first thing politicians ask after these tragedies is essentially: “What can we do to limit the freedom of the people?”

And that is the wrong question. The question we should be asking is: “What can we do to nurture and support a people capable of living in freedom?”

Earlier this year I spoke at the NRA convention and reminded a conscientious, patriotic audience that our country’s Founders asked themselves that question and knew the answer. They understood that a free people must either nurture morality or lose their freedom. John Adams wrote, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” Not coincidentally, he wrote that to the officers of the Massachusetts militia when the young republic was on the verge of war with France. He reminded those officers who were charged with leading armed men that the freedoms secured by the Constitution take for granted a decent and civil society.
This isn’t just a question for American society. It’s a civilizational question for all humanity. Margaret Thatcher spoke eloquently of this co-dependence of freedom and morality. She said, “Freedom will destroy itself if it is not exercised within some sort of moral framework, some body of shared beliefs, some spiritual heritage transmitted through the Church, the family, and the school.”

I’m reminded of that quote every time I see politicians reach for the easy answers instead of asking the hard questions after tragedies like the one this week. When they seek to strip away our Second Amendment rights instead of suggesting that those who hide behind the First Amendment need to act more responsibly, they are helping freedom destroy itself. When Hollywood glorifies violence with its movies and music, but then underwrites efforts to take away our rights, it is helping freedom destroy itself. When those incorporating virtue into their lives are criticized, mocked, and bullied while pop culture’s kingmakers elevate and celebrate a self-centered “I’ll do what I want and consequences be damned” mentality, those kingmakers and bullies are helping freedom destroy itself. And when We the People shrug our shoulders and duck our heads while society becomes more cynical and our sense of family and community atrophies, we’re all helping freedom destroy itself.

Americans have always had access to firearms. Guns certainly aren’t any more pervasive now than they were back when the Minutemen were stockpiling weapons at Lexington and Concord. But something definitely has changed since then. It’s not the weapons. It’s us.

Instead of rushing to find some magical legislative solution, we need to ask ourselves a few hard questions: Are we creating a culture that can live and thrive in freedom? Do we have bold leaders willing and able to nurture such a culture? Do we have artists whose works reflect and inspire such a culture? Consider the answers to these questions carefully, because, if the answers are no, then we are in much more trouble than any new law can fix.

A decent and moral society is guided by voluntary self-restraint. The less moral we are, the more legalistic we become. But more laws can’t protect a civilization that has lost its way. At most, they’re just tiny speed bumps for a runaway truck.

The solutions we seek won’t be found in the halls of Congress or state legislatures. Might I humbly suggest that we step back from the TV, take a breath, hug our kids, reach out to friends and neighbors, and say a prayer.

First of all Sarah muskets didn't do that much damage.  A Musket back in the colonial days only had a range of 50-150 yards.  You can only get about 4 shots off a minute with a musket as you have to keep reloading.  Guns today are much more powerful.  An AR-15 was used in the Navy Yard and Sandy Hook shootings which can get 45-50 shots a minute.

Also during the Revolutionary war only 8000 American men died in battle, the war last about 8 years so that averages 1000 a year.  Between the time of Sandy Hook and October 5, 2013 26,378 have died due to a gun.  Of course many of them have been to suicide.  But the point is too many people are dying.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Sarah Palin is a terrorist just like Al-Qaeda and Bill Ayers

From Politico

Sarah Palin wants to switch the national conversation back to death panels and to “bomb Obamacare.”
The former governor of Alaska and vice presidential candidate posted a new video from SarahPAC, her PAC, to her YouTube, Twitter and Facebook accounts on Monday called “Just Sayin.’” The two-minute video cycles through clips of the media talking about Palin’s warning of “death panels” in Obamacare, starting with criticism before transitioning to clips that Palin was right all along.

Palin posted the video with the message, “Enough of this foreign fiasco distraction. Get back to work. It is time to bomb Obamacare.”

Sarah supports violence and guns, so she supports terrorism.

Bill Ayers has been in the news recently.  He has written his autobiography: Public Enemy: Confessions of an American Dissident.  He discusses the 2008 campaign and how Sarah Palin tried to link Barack Obama to him, which made him "road kill".  Bill may be repentant, but I myself have no use for him due to his extreme leftism.  Extreme left is no better than extreme right.

To link President Obama to Bill Ayers is disgusting.  Obama was living in Indonesia and was eight years old when Bill went on his terror spree.  The only connections between them was that they both taught at the University of Chicago and served on boards related to the U of C.  Would anyone say that Joe Flacco palls around with murderers due to the fact that Ray Lewis also played for the Baltimore Ravens?  Of course not.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Thoughts on the shutdown

As you all know the shutdown is bullshit.  A small minority is crippling the government.  A minority so extreme in their beliefs they are willing to destroy the economy their way then let the economy flourish President Obama's way.

It's funny these small government people want the whole thing shut down but cry when their favorite benefits are taken away.  See World War II Monument.  Is the Monument critical to running the government?  No but it's a wonderful tribute to our men who stormed the beaches of Normandy and Iwo Jima, one that they deserve.  And it's sickening that bitches like Michele Bachmann and Sarah Palin grandstand and grift off the situation.

As for the barricades, they were put up because of Republican lawmakers showing up and making a scene.  I bet none of them know what years WW2 was fought.  Crazy Shelly doesn't.

It's obvious the Republicans do not care. One guy says he needs his paycheck to pay for his nice house.  Asshole.  Rep Kevin Cramer of North Dakota also says he is keeping his check.  Another one harassed a ranger at the World War II Memorial.

Obamacare is the law.  Deal with it.  If you are so concerned about it failing just sit back and watch it fail.  Then you will have reason to repeal it.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Sarah Palin endorses Cory Booker for the Senate

What I mean is everytime Sarah Palin endorses an extremist, the opponent wins.  Ask Christine O'Donnell, Sharron Angle, Jesse Kelly, and Allen West.

Go Cory!

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Poll: What would you like to see happen the most?

Sarah releases Trig's birth certificate

Marcus Bachmann comes out of the closet

Todd and Sarah are arrested

Krusty is institutionalized

John McCain admits he made a mistake in selecting Sarah Palin

Bristol Palin admits she has more than one child

Mitt Romney's tax returns

Levi full custody of Tripp

Dumbya and Cheney brought to trail for war crimes

Friday, October 4, 2013

Thursday, October 3, 2013

The Palins were voted one of America's fakest families

Recently Radar Online ranked America's fakest families.  Guess who made #6?

The Palins!

The Palins: Former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin has prided herself on Republican family values, but her daughter Bristol had an illegitimate child and a nasty battle with her baby daddy, and her son Track and his wife split up after less than two years. Another embarrassing report said Bristol’s failed reality show Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp, received $354,348 from taxpayers to film in Alaska.

Let's see here:

Sarah FAKED a pregnancy
Sarah has FAKE breasts
Bristol has a FAKE chin
Bristol FAKED danced on DWTS
Bristol FAKED abstinence
Trig has a FAKE mother
Bristol has a FAKE HS Diploma
Track's military service was FAKE
Todd is a FAKE Alaskan frontier man
Willow's hairdressing skills are FAKE
Piper had to go on a FAKE vacation
They all starred in a FAKE reality show

Yep that sums it up.