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Inebri.. Inebri… In.. I’m Drunk

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AKA Herman Cain

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Actual Facebook Group

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Douche …. Bags….!!!

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Fat Chance

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No Marion Barry, But Close Enough

Home - by - November 16, 2010 - 22:53 America/New_York - 23 Comments

Coulter – “Not old enough to buy your own health insurance, not old enough to vote.”

Home - by - November 14, 2010 - 13:40 America/New_York - 22 Comments

Presented in Full

Ann Coulter-

Jimmy Carter was such an abominable president we got Ronald Reagan, tax cuts, a booming economy and the destruction of the Soviet Union.
Two years of Bill Clinton and a Democratic Congress got us the first Republican Congress in half a century, followed by tax cuts, welfare reform and a booming economy — all of which Clinton now claims credit for.
Obama’s disastrous presidency has already produced Republican senators from Massachusetts, Wisconsin and Illinois; New Jersey’s wonder-governor Chris Christie; and the largest House majority for Republicans since 1946.
We deserve more. Clinton only threatened to wreck the health care system; Obama actually did it. We must repeal the 26th Amendment.
Adopted in 1971 at the tail end of the Worst Generation’s anti-war protests, the argument for allowing children to vote was that 18-year-olds could drink and be conscripted into the military, so they ought to be allowed to vote.
But 18-year-olds aren’t allowed to drink anymore. We no longer have a draft. In fact, while repealing the 26th Amendment, we ought to add a separate right to vote for members of the military, irrespective of age.
As we have learned from ObamaCare, young people are not considered adults until age 26, at which point they are finally forced to get off their parents’ health care plans. The old motto was “Old enough to fight, old enough to vote.” The new motto is: “Not old enough to buy your own health insurance, not old enough to vote.”
Eighteen- to 26-year-olds don’t have property, spouses, children or massive tax bills. Most of them don’t even have jobs because the president they felt so good about themselves for supporting wrecked the economy.
The meager tax young people paid for vehicle licensing fees on their cars threw them into such a blind rage that in 2003 they uncharacteristically voted to recall the Democratic governor of California, Gray Davis. Wait until they start making real money and realize they share a joint-checking account arrangement with the government! Literally wait. Then we’ll let them vote.
Having absolutely no idea what makes their precious cars run, by the way, young voters are the most likely to oppose offshore drilling.
How about 10-year-olds? Why not give them the vote?
Then we’d have politicians wooing voters with offers of free Justin Bieber tickets instead of offers of a “sustainable planet” or whatever hokum the youth have swallowed hook, line and sinker from their teachers, pop culture idols and other authority figures. (Along with their approved-by-the-authorities “Question Authority” bumper stickers.)
Like 18-year-olds, the 10-year-olds would be sublimely unaware that they’re the ones who will be footing the bill for all these “free” goodies, paying and paying until they die of old age.
Brain research in the last five years at Dartmouth and elsewhere has shown that human brains are not fully developed until age 25 and are particularly deficient in their frontal lobes, which control decision-making, rational thinking, judgment, the ability to plan ahead and to resist impulses.
Unfortunately, we didn’t know that in 1971. Those of you who have made it to age 26 without dying in a stupid drinking game — and I think congratulations are in order, by the way — understand how insane it is to allow young people to vote.
It would almost be tolerable if everyone under the age of 30 just admitted they voted for Obama because someone said to them, “C’mon, it’s really cool! Everyone’s doing it!”
We trusted them, and now we know it was a mistake.
True, Reagan tied with Carter for the youth vote in 1980 and stole younger voters from Mondale in 1984, but other than that, young voters have consistently embarrassed themselves. Of course, back when Reagan was running for president, young voters consisted of the one slice of the population completely uninfected by the Worst Generation. Today’s youth are the infantilized, pampered, bicycle-helmeted children of the Worst Generation.
They foisted this jug-eared, European socialist on us and now they must be punished. Voters aged 18 to 29 years old comprised nearly a fifth of the voting population in 2008 and they voted overwhelmingly for Obama, 66 percent to 31 percent.
And it only took 12 to 14 years of North Korean-style brainwashing to make them do it! At least their teachers haven’t brainwashed them into burning books or ratting out their parents to the Stasi yet. (On the bright side, before teaching them book-burning, their professors would be forced to teach them what a book is.)
It would make more sense to give public school teachers and college professors 20 votes apiece than to allow their impressionable students to vote.
The Re-Education Camp Effect can be seen in how these slackers living at home on their parents’ health insurance voted in the middle of the Republican tidal wave this year. Youths aged 18-29 voted for the Democrats by 16 points. But the kids aged 18-24 — having just received an A in Professor Ward Churchill’s college class on American Oppression — voted for the Democrats by a whopping 19 points.
Young people voted for Obama as a fashion statement. One daughter of a friend of a friend of mine spent her whole college summer in 2008 working at a restaurant and then, with teary eyes, sent everything she made to the Obama campaign.
Luckily, she doesn’t have to worry about paying for tuition, rent or food. Or property taxes, electric bills, plumbers and electricians. After being exploited by the left, she’ll end up paying for it for the rest of her life, with interest.
Liberals fight tooth-and-nail to create an electorate disposed to vote Democratic by, for example, demanding that felons and illegal aliens be given the vote. But it’s at least possible that illegal aliens and criminals pay taxes or have fully functioning frontal lobes.
Republicans ought to fight for their own electorate, which at a minimum ought to mean voters with fully functioning brains and the possibility of a tax bill. Not old enough to buy your own health insurance, not old enough to vote.

From the “ya, no kidding” File

Home - by - September 24, 2010 - 15:15 America/New_York - 17 Comments

Stink Bugs Invade Washington DC

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Big Story!

Home - by - September 21, 2010 - 19:31 America/New_York - 23 Comments

Before He Was Reid’s Pet…

Home - by - September 20, 2010 - 21:21 America/New_York - 28 Comments

Fox News Tries Comedy

Home - by - September 17, 2010 - 12:15 America/New_York - 11 Comments

These ads were culled and commented on by FoxNews.com. We’re actually shocked. Fox is trying to muscle in on the comedy thang? Good for them. They should. All we can say is that “practice makes perfect.”

BFH and I made the snarky comments that are under the ads. Fox’s are below that.

Diapers for Kids

Protect your child FROM wet beds? Wait. Who the hell is wetting the bed?


Fox says: Ah yes, the quickest way to good mental health — wearing diapers into your tweens.

Plus you save all that money on rubber sheets. Brilliant.


Subaru. The official car of Islam.

Fox says:  A Subaru as babe magnet?

Good luck with that.

Eye Exams

Or, he’s planning on killing you while you sleep.

Fox says: Or, he could be really dull.

It happens.

Del Monte Catsup

Open the Catsup? She looks like she’s ready to open my zipper.

Fox says:  Remember when women were so weak they couldn’t even open a catsup bottle?

Women are so much stronger now!

Singer Sewing Machines

The smaller the woman, the bigger the bobbin… you know what I mean. -Spinal Tap

Fox Says: They built their sewing machines big back then. What did they use for needles, spears?

Springmaid Fabric

Two Birds, One Stone, No Pubes.

“She Stinks On Ice.”

Fox Says: Springmaid Fabrics – making figure skating safe for over 50 years.

Iver Johnson Revolvers

The last time somebody said a Johnson couldn’t accidentally discharge that kid was born.

Fox Says:  “And Peggy, when you’re done cleaning my gun, please rearrange my dynamite collection.”

“Sure thing dad!”

What A Difference A Day Makes

Home - by - August 30, 2010 - 19:50 America/New_York - 30 Comments

Barney Wants a Buck

Home - by - July 27, 2010 - 11:19 America/New_York - 18 Comments

Buck. Buck. I said Buck.

From Weasel Zippers (Zip knows a good graphic when he sees one)

Bawney Fwank Throws a Hissy Fit After Being Denied a $1 Seniors Discount to Fire Island…

Yet he has no problem spending billions of U.S. taxpayer dollars…

(NY Post)- Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank caused a scene when he demanded a $1 senior discount on his ferry fare to Fire Island’s popular gay haunt, The Pines, last Friday. Frank was turned down by ticket clerks at the dock in Sayville because he didn’t have the required Suffolk County Senior Citizens ID.

A witness reports, ”Frank made such a drama over the senior rate that I contemplated offering him the dollar to cool down the situation.” Frank made news last year when he was spotted looking uncomfortable around a bevy of topless, well-built men at the Pines Annual Ascension Beach Party. Frank’s spokesperson confirmed to Page Six that his partner, James Ready, asked the ticket office for a regular ticket for himself and a senior ticket for Frank, “but was turned down because Frank didn’t have a resident ID.”

Midget Porn Contest Winner

Home - by - July 22, 2010 - 13:33 America/New_York - 10 Comments

Honorable Mentions:
The Man Who Grew Too Much (FreeCrackerMan)

So Right For The Seven Dwarves (Call me Lennie)

Dial M For Midget (Stymie)

3rd: “Big Trouble In Little Vagina” (Snowball The Sourpuss)

2nd: “Ate Below” (Snowball The Sourpuss)

Winner: “Strangers On A Lionel Train” (Bill J)

Winner gets 1 Knoor Chicken Bouillon Cube!

Congratulations to Bill J. Now you can make half a pot of chicken broth…on us.

A hearty thanks to all for participating in our childish and shameful contest. You make us proud.

I Think His Head Hit An Iceberg

Home - by - July 21, 2010 - 08:00 America/New_York - 18 Comments

The False Debate

Home - by - July 21, 2010 - 05:00 America/New_York - 8 Comments


AS a black woman, I’ve been largely silent about the tea-party movement and whether it’s “racist,” as charged by many, including the NAACP. But I think the black community should stop making emotional judgments on this topic and consider the facts.

I think we can all agree that the tea-party movement is overwhelmingly white, and overwhelmingly disdainful of President Obama and his policies.

Sadly, when this is the case, we often can’t see the value of such groups because we can easily get distracted by the fact that it’s overwhelmingly white, which tends to make some of us feel excluded.

Historically, if you compare the tea-party movement to the 1963 March on Washington, you note that a respectable number of white Americans attended – and also participated in the sit-ins, freedom rides and marches that eventually tore down segregation in America. It was a multicultural and gender-neutral movement, while the tea-party movement seemingly isn’t.

But here is my concern: Black Americans are in an economic depression right now and have been since 2007, when the housing and economic crises first started. Yet we seem to be just sitting by as the black middle class experiences the greatest loss of wealth ever.

With black male unemployment at 35-50 percent in some cities, and sisters heading households at alarming rates, we need to get aggressive about a black economic-empowerment agenda that shouldn’t depend solely on what the government can do for us.

Read more: http://www.philly.com/dailynews/opinion/20100720_Race_and_the_tea-party_movement_is_a_false_debate.html#ixzz0uHuDfK6S

Don’t Talk To Strange Sheriffs!

Home - by - July 20, 2010 - 17:34 America/New_York - 14 Comments

I remember going to this place as a child. I also remember going to the game farm mentioned on the sign. It was called a “petting zoo”.

What the hell was going on?! Are my hazy memories the normal result of the passing of time or is my mind trying to protect me from something?!

Why do I still break out in a cold sweat at the mere mention of Wyatt Earp?