Posted: October 5, 2016 by veeshir in Fun With Media, Funniest End of Civilization Evah, Obama's Fault, We're boned

Obama still thinks he’s a genius and that he needed to learn absolutely nothing during his reign.

Here he is being ‘interviewed’ by one of our Elite!!!!!!!s, Jonathan Chait. He’s like Jonathan Livingston Seagull except he can’t fly or learn anything about being a better person. But he’s surely Elite!!!!!!

The ‘interview’ is about what you’d expect, softball, Why are you so great? and How do you deal with the meanies in the GOP?, questions, but Obama’s answers show a ‘man’ deeply in love with himself without a lick of introspection.


Let’s start with the time in 2010 when Mitch McConnell publicly says that his No. 1 goal is to make you a one-term president. How did that comment strike you? Was it news?


We could start with the destruction of anything he’s touched, but let’s find out how Obama dealt with those obstructionist Republicans who did everything he wanted but pretended to oppose him.

Obama’s answer

When I came into office, my working assumption was that because we were in crisis, and the crisis had begun on the Republicans’ watch,

It was Bush’ fault.

that there would be a window in which they would feel obliged to cooperate on a common effort to dig us out of this massive hole.

Fully illustrated by the phrase, I won and emphasized by the one-party vote on reordering the huge part of our economy that is healthcare.

I vividly remember having prepared a basic proposal that had a variety of components. We had tax cuts; we had funding for the states so that teachers wouldn’t be laid off and firefighters and so forth;

Yeah, I vividly remember your giveaways to lefty groups like Solyndra and Acorn, or whatever they were calling themselves then.

More Chait

It’s been documented that Republicans held meetings before your inauguration in which they decided on this strategy. When did you find out that they had had these meetings?

Still with the meany Republicans? Obama:

There are two other elements that I think contributed to the Republican approach: The first was that even where their leadership wanted to cooperate, the tenor of the Republican base had shifted in a way that made it very difficult for them to cooperate without paying a price internally.

Yup, we kept trying to get them to stop Obama’s fundamental transformation of our nation and they kept helping with it.

This is hilarious.

Probably the best signifier of that — and I remember this vividly — was when Chicago had the bid for the 2016 Olympics.

Yeah, I remember that pretty vividly too, but what I remember is a POTUS placing his prestige, and America’s as well, on the line without knowing how it would turn out. That’s when I realized everything he learned about presidentin’ he learned from Harrison Ford movies.

But what Obama “vividly remembers” is that the GOP scuttled his bid for the Chicago Olympics. That’s hilarious.

One last ‘vivid memory’

On the flight back, we already know that we haven’t got it, and when I land it turns out that there was big cheering by Rush Limbaugh and various Republican factions that America had lost the Olympic bid. It was really strange, but at that point, Limbaugh had been much clearer about wanting to see me fail and had, I think, communicated that very clearly to his listeners. Fox News’ coverage had already started to drift in that direction, and what you realized during the course of the first six, eight, ten months of the administration was that the attitudes, the moods that I think Sarah Palin had captured during the election increasingly were representative of the Republican activist base, its core

Yeah see, you dolt, noticing that you’re a failure isn’t the same as hoping for your failure.

Of course, I was hoping for him failing in his fundamental transformational crap, but I was disappointed.

This question, after Obama noted that the evil GOP base eviled the GOP pols into not voting for Obamacare, is awesome in its obtusity.

So they were saying, “I’d rather keep having a job,” and you were saying, “But think of the folks who are going to be helped.”

Who has it helped? Lawyers, bureaucrats and the rest of the Dem party apparatchiks, it certainly hasn’t helped anybody else.

That’s all the Obama idiocy I can take. Let’s look at some funny that’s not quite so infuriatingly stupid and endy.


This is stupid and possibly endy, certainly chaos inducing, but I still find it hilarious.

A new bill introduced by Representative Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri may soon push the movement forward. In the wake of the Department of Justice report regarding the police brutality and resulting riots in Ferguson, Missouri, Cleaver wants such unjust ‘policing for profit’ tactics to be considered federal civil liberty violations.


So in other words, the pols who force cops to be revenue generators instead of peace-keepers are working on stopping cops from either peace-keeping (Give Them Space!!!!) or generating revenue.

And this will give us a way to screw back with speed-trap towns, traffic cameras and arcane parking rules.

Cops are just going to stop doing anything but sitting in their cars and only answering calls if the perp is white. Awesome!


UFC: Chucky Cheese!

CHUCK-E-CHEESED OFFShocking moment dozens of parents kick off in mass brawl at kids’ birthday party
Adults began a brawl amongst the tables, highchairs and games at the children’s restaurant in Florida

Did it spill over into the ball pit? Because that would be awesome video.

It’s not funny, but it is. I mean, a high-chair clearing brawl in a  Chucky Cheeses? Don’t forget the endy, these parents are really teaching their children well.


Another Dave Barry link, why did nobody tell me of this?

The one-woman show “Farty of One” will come to the Scranton Fringe Festival in the Casey Amphitheater on the second floor of the Hilton Scranton & Conference Center (100 Adams Ave., Scranton) on Saturday, Oct. 1 at 4 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 2 at 1 p.m.

So who was the star?

Internationally renowned fart therapist Dr. Schvarts is having a book launch party, and she’s assembled a cast of characters to help celebrate her success. Armed with the conviction that farting is the true path to intimacy… (emphasis me V)

It’s all fun and games until you hold her head under the covers, trust me on that.

We do have this bit of awesome


Just don’t bang the chocolate cream pie.


Caballero update!!!!!

I took it for a ride and it’s running great. I’m breaking it in for the first 500 miles so I’m staying below 3,000 RPMs, but hitting the gear just right and getting the RPMs to 2,500 makes it JUMP!. I can’t wait until I can get on it.

  1. HayZeus says:

    Thanks for keeping us posted on the Caballero, amigo. Keep it coming and I’ll just sit here and smear my food all over my tray. And maybe chuck my sippy cup onto the floor.

    Anyway, that Obama interview is pure fendy gold from start to finish but the historical rewriting and airbrushing is probably the fendiest part for me. He who controls the past controls the future and all that. Also, I have a serious man-crush on McAfee at this point, or at least the persona he projects on teh intarwebs. Dude’s a total trainwreck but I would have love love LOVED it if he had managed the LP nomination. He showed how quick he was on his feet at the LP debates and his campaign would have been filled with as much awesome as his speech at the convention. I mean, sure, it’d still be a circus but his clever trolling would be infinitely more amusing than watching Gary Johnson flounder about as Minitru mercilessly shreds him.

    You effed up, Gary. You trusted them.

    • veeshir says:

      I can’t figure out what the hell Johnson’s deal is. Seriously.
      I can understand a Libertarian playing, “also ran”, but he and Weld are playing Minitrue’s sock-puppets.
      They are made to look like idiots and used to bash Trump.
      Of course, Johnson saying that people should be happy he didn’t know geopolitical stuff because he can’t get into a war if he can’t find a place on the map had to be one of the stupidest things I’ve heard this cycle.
      And that’s saying a lot.

      • HayZeus says:

        Let me try to explain. (wall of text deleted) Okay, short(er) answer. The Libertarians are used to being tolerated by Minitru, since before this cycle they were a net drain on Republican votes, so most of them have lived comfortably inside the MFM bubble for their entire lives and are now most shocked and dismayed to find themselves being assaulted by journalists with long knives. Side note that I can’t resist addressing: I am enjoying much fendy schadenfreude in the reason.com comments section these days from the whiny but (at least semi) principled Liberaltarians about how Minitru has gone all meanypants on their boy and the merciless skewering some of the harder core types are giving them for being so willfully blind for so long. Anyway. So the other piece of this is that there’s a strong strain of Libertarianish thought that subscribes to naively idealistic answers to the thorny question of when the use of Force is appropriate. For these folks the answer is either, “never,” or ,”ONLY when attacked first,” and their defense and foreign policy views are typically similarly warped. Johnson is definitely of that strain, as his bragging makes clear.

        • veeshir says:

          Foreign policy has always been one of my bigger problems with Libertarians, we’re seeing what happens when America is not the world’s police right now, just as we learned in the 40s.

          Eh, the rest of the world will learn it first, so we have that going for us I guess.

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