Should we meet, I’m going to be polite, I’m going to be civil, I’m just gonna say I hope you like hollowpoints.
Archive for April, 2011
But I would watch the hell out of all of these.
I would have watched if I knew it was The Royal Pornfest…
Tags: fuck the left
Fuck you. Fuck your inflated self importance with the flaming fuckfist of reality in your hipster face. Fuck you for demanding that people such as me who fucking work for a living pay your way, while you fucking refuse to do anything about it. And fuck you because I can’t fucking stand seeing 19-year-olds who have never had to do anything more daunting than roll out of bed and ask Mom and Dad for an advance on their trust fund for the month demand we do more so that they can continue to play hackey sack and engage in vandalism and sit-ins while other folks their same age are fighting to preserve their douchebaggery.
Fuck you. Grow up. Realize you will have to do your part as well. And quit demanding we do it for you.
Mark Levin is apparently not a Trump fan. And for good fucking reason, too.
Look, I wasn’t happy about how Levin boosted the hell out of a certain candidate (who shall remain unnamed here) during the 2010 election cycle (and you can feel free to call me a RINO in the comments) but he fucking hits the nail right on the damn head here.
Trump’s political philosophy (such as it actually exists) is a colostomy bag full of the worst kind of shit, and anybody who thinks he’s any kind of conservative ought to have his or her head examined. And measured for a lace wig.
Trump! isn’t running. There, I said it.
Ace has a long post about Trump! getting his eddiebear on. I should probably read it before I comment, but I’m not commenting on Ace’s post, just linking cuz he made me finally do this post. I’ve been thinking this for a week or so.
Trump! “will look” into running right up until he has to fill out the financial forms detailing his income, holdings, investments and misc (and his misc folder is probably huge).
There’s now way in hell Trump! is going to do that. No way at all.
Especially since he has to know that there are going to be lots of people poring over it trying to figure out some way to keep him out of the White House or send him to the Big House.
Not just political, but economic rivals. People who can actually read economic type stuff, people who want what Trump! has or are pissed off about no longer owning what Trump! now owns and want it back.When you’re documenting what, $billions?, you know there’s some shady stuff in there or stuff you have to leave out. And then he’s lied on his forms and he’s out anyway. A Dem can lie… make a mistake on that, a Republican can’t.
Trump! is a huckster, this is a beautiful freaking way to huck. So maybe Krauthammer is right, Trump! is the GOP Sharpton. But not for anything except that they both find running for president to be a lucrative endeavor.
On the final episode of the popular TV reality show, Trump (sic) “plans to give an announcement date” for his decision on whether he’ll make a formal bid for the Republican presidential nomination, senior Trump(sic) adviser Michael Cohen confirms to CNN.
An announcement date. In other words, he’s going to get as many people to tune is as possible so he can tell them he’s going to decide by some other date. I wonder if his “final decision” will be announced on the season premiere of his next reality show.
Trump! is all about Teh Trump! and when push comes to financial statement, he’s out. I call it the Howard Stern Excuse. Stern suddenly found himself in the position of leading the NY governor’s race. He went in as a total joke and had to figure out how to drop out without admitting it was all a bit.
I do think he’s a plus for this race. He’s sucking up all the air so Minitrue isn’t viciously attacking anybody else, they’re all distracted by Trump!.
When was the last time the Wash Post told us how stupid Palin is? Weeks. Hell, the last time Palin was in the room most people were on her side against Wonkette.
At this point I’m mostly wondering what hook he’s going to use to tie a presidential race into his next reality show.
Apcray, misspelled “Vearless”.
…now, what I really want to know is what kind of proof there is that Stanley Ann Dunham was actually Barack Obama’s birth mother. After all, he’s paraded himself around like some kind of political prop, and I’m just asking questions.
Break out the deerstalker cap and magnifying glass, Excitable Sherlock! Inquiring minds want to know!
Students at three Seattle high schools have apparently been using key-loggers to steal network passwords and possibly alter grades.
They may not be learning, math, science, or any of the other important stuff but at least they are learning how to lie, cheat, and steal, and well that’s something.
The release of the president’s long-form certificate proving his birth in Hawaii will not stop the attempts to discredit his leadership. The so-called “birther” movement veils a much more basic challenge to Obama’s legitimacy. And yes, that challenge has a great deal to do with his race.
This is not new. Black leaders always have had to prove their “legitimacy” and their allegiance to America. The way to smear the NAACP in the ’40s, and leaders like the Rev. Martin Luther King in the ’60s, was to suggest that they were Communists working against America.
No, it has nothing to do with race, you idiot. Ask John McCain. The only reason this has become an issue is because our Fearless Leader made it an issue by refusing to provide the same proof of birth that every other president has provided. From day one, the entire left wing of our country has set up Obama as an affirmative action president by refusing to hold him to the same standards any other candidate would be expected to meet.
I would love for someone, anyone to demonstrate where Obama has had a disadvantage because of his race. I see a disadvantage in being born to a young mother – but that’s not race-related. I see a disadvantage in growing up fatherless – but that’s not race-related. Although Obama’s racial heritage played a part in his getting to travel the world at a young age, I don’t think anyone has ever claimed that his travels put him at a disadvantage. Obama’s race didn’t keep him from gaining admission to Columbia or Harvard. (As an aside – the valedictorian of my high school the year before I graduated was a straight-A, well-rounded, community-servicing white boy, who was denied admission to Harvard.) So please, someone show me where Obama has been disserviced by his race.
And really CNN? Over 200 dead in the Southeast and you put race-baiting on your front page?
in Action Comics #900…
…Superman announces that he is going to give up his U.S. citizenship. Despite very literally being an alien immigrant, Superman has long been seen as a patriotic symbol of "truth, justice, and the American way," from his embrace of traditional American ideals to the iconic red and blue of his costume. What it means to stand for the "American way" is an increasingly complicated thing, however, both in the real world and in superhero comics, whose storylines have increasingly seemed to mirror current events and deal with moral and political complexities rather than simple black and white morality.
I was never a Superman fan anyway, mainly because he has always been a whiny shit who pulls crap like this. Speaking of whiny, how long before Whoopi Goldberg denounces Superman as racist because he renounces his citizenship while Barack Obama is president?