Posted by Supreme General Rayegun @ 12:23
Gang, I’m not even sure where to start with this one. RCOB may be a good place….but even THAT doesn’t really come close to describing how entirely peeved I am.
Explosive. Nope, not close either.
Nuclear meltdown. Nope, but getting closer.
Let’s just say I have the ENTIRE base ready to bust outta the gates and deliver some good ol’ fashioned AMERICAN justice to some real PINHEADS over at (P)MSNBupChuck after reading about this over at The Blaze.
MSNBC is not known as a network that sympathizes with the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan, but this Memorial Day weekend, rather than put aside their political differences to salute our men and women in uniform, a panel on Chris Hayes’ show instead engaged in a debate over how to refer to our fallen soldiers.
Specifically, the panel debated over using words like “hero” because– in their words– the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan aren’t “worthy” causes.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 9:26
Denizens, your homework assignment for the weekend is to read this treatise by Zilla of the Resistance. (It’s a long read, which is why you have all weekend.) Additional information can also be obtained here and here.
(Yes, that last one is a link to Malicious Malkin’s column, but there’s a reason for it. Don’t get ahead of me, mkay?)
Today is “Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day” in the Blogosphere. This chickenshit needs to be put down like the rabid dog he is, and together we can all play a part in doing so.
Oh, and Kimberlin? Fuck you, you pussified douchetard. Try coming after me or mine, and I’ll see to it you don’t go after anyone else.
Bank on that, chickenshit.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 11:20
Denizens, as you know, I’ve remained decidedly mega-underwhelmed with the campaign of one Willard Mittens Romerrhoid for the office of President of the United States. And it’s not a state secret that I’ve declared my intent to bypass the presidential election in November.
That may be about to change. And this is why.
Businessman Frank Vandersloot, the CEO of Melaleuca, has been targeted by the Obama campaign after donating money to Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign. “Three weeks ago, an Obama campaign website, ‘Keeping GOP Honest,’ took the extraordinary step of publicly naming and assailing eight private citizens backing Mr. Romney,” Kim Strassel of the Wall Street Journal reported. “Titled ‘Behind the curtain: a brief history of Romney’s donors,’ the post accused the eight of being ‘wealthy individuals with less-than-reputable records.’ Mr. VanderSloot was one of the eight, smeared particularly as being ‘litigious, combative and a bitter foe of the gay rights movement.’”
The attacks are working. Vandersloot revealed in an interview on Fox News that his business practice is being hurt by the attacks from the Obama team.
“Those people that I know well weren’t affected by this [attack],” said Vandersloot. “But for people who didn’t know me, who are members of our business or customers, and they were reading this, then we got a barrage of phone calls of people cancelling their customer memberships with us.”
“Really?,” the Fox News host asked. “How many did that?”
“A couple hundred that we can track,” Vandersloot replied.
Vandersloot has also claimed (believably so) that these same chickenshits are stalking his children, calling them, demanding interviews with them, etc.
So what we have here is basically this: you donate or show any other types of material support to the Romney campaign, you get a target painted on your back and you get put on the intimidation list. Smears, rumors, harassment. All because you committed the CAPITAL FUCKING CRIME of daring to oppose Al-Obambi.
The message is clear: “Nice life you got there. Shame if anything were to happen to it…”
Might be time to make a donation, eh what…?
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 12:20
Item: Cher’s having a bad day…
Reaction: Fine with me, Cupid Stunt. Off yourself. (And take that…that…that whatever-you-gave-birth-to…with you while you’re at it.)
It’s not like anyone with so much as a quarter of a brain is gonna miss your skanky ass, anyway, y’know?
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 16:54
ITEM: After Rush Limbaugh told the truth, then wussed out, about Sandra “Slut” Fluke…
(Yeah, that’s right, Sandy baby – I called you a slut, you’re also a prostitute, and there ain’t no apology coming from me, ever)
…the pusstard Demoscum launched the shit-for-brains meme that Republicans had launched a so-called “war on women”.
“We’re making an issue over the whole Republican war against women,” said Maggie Davidson, president of the Democratic Women’s Club of Northeast Broward. “We’re going to try to bring a lot of attention to what’s been going on in the state legislatures and in Congress.”
Specifically, the notion that conservatives like me & you are out to destroy women because we’re sick & tired of our tax monies going for them to fuck like minxes (minxes?) and
abort damn the consequences.
But that’s another post for another time.
ITEM: One of Al-Obambi’s designated
methane-spewing propaganda mouthpieces, Hitlary Hilary Rosen, late of the we-don’t-want-you-to-record-our-music (hack, spit) RIAA (hack, spit), had this to say about Ann Romney (hat tip: Hoft):
“Guess what, his wife has actually never worked a day in her life,” said Rosen, who was being interviewed by CNN’s Anderson Cooper about the war on women.
Same Al-Obambi that pays its female employees 18% less than men.
PotKettleBlack much, Jugears?
MERLIN: Ooooooh, RAAAAACIST!!!!
VENOMOUS: Bite me, Wizard.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 12:29
In all the hubbub surrounding the Trayvon Martin-George (Jorge?) Zimmerman brouhaha, there has been (to put it mildly) a lot of noise.
Reports, opinions, accusations, denials, threats – you name it, it’s out there.
I found the following (below the fold) on this thread here. And before NJ.com scrubs it, I’m presenting it here for you.
The commenter seems to have done a most impressive job of investigating.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 1:17
This is not necessarily a defense of Widdle Ricky Santorum, mkay? I mean, I’m not too fond of the idiot, particularly since he lied through his teeth when he downplayed the role of Newt Gingrich in the 1994 Republican Revolution during the S. Carolina debate.
And I say that with you guys well aware of my honest opinion of Newt. (Which is to say, it ain’t very good.)
I for one wish the GOP would grow a spine, look the Demoscum in the eye and flat-out state, “Listen, dumbasses, no one wants to ban contraception, the states least of all – even though, thanks to a little something called the Tenth Amendment, they bloody well can if they so choose – so drop the effin’ subject and let’s talk about where you and your honeyboy B. HUSSEIN!!! Obambi have dropped the ball…namely, the economy and foreign affairs, M”KAY?!?!?!”
But this bullshit about the reaction to Santorum questioning the theology behind Bambi’s policy? The whining and sniveling that’s caused? I mean, here’s “Baghdad Bob” Gibbs bleating that Santorum went over the line for the cardinal sin of “questioning [Bambi's] Christian faith?
Hey, Baghdad Bobby? I’ll do more than question it – I’ll fucking challenge it outright. The bastard ain’t a Christian. Certainly not in the traditional sense of the word. Look at his track record if you don’t believe me.
Santorum Franklin Graham’s bang-on right about one thing: Bambi gives more of a shit about Muslims than he does about the Christians the Muslims are killing overseas. I mean, when was the last time you heard Bambi mention anything about that, hmmmmmmmm?
Santorum’s right about another thing, too: Satan is targeting this country. I fucking dare anyone to look at what’s happened to this culture over the last 50 years and deny it.
So you pisstards on the Left can take all your kvetching about what Rick Santorum has said about our culture and shove it back up your pieholes. You pussies are a big cause of it, so I for one don’t give a shit that you don’t like us pointing it out.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 0:42
Most of you who know me very well know that I’ve come to detest dressing up. Last suit I owned was one bought for me by My Dear Sainted Mother, a powder blue vested number that actually still fit as little as five years ago. Did buy a jacket and matching slack that passed for a suit once – and should I ever get back down to around 200, that might fit again.
(Don’t laugh – I’ve lost about five pounds in the last week or so.)
Anyway, the point of all this is a little outfit called Men’s Wearhouse. You know – the outfit (pun partially intended) owned by a toothy little fella, one George “I Guarantee It” Zimmer.
Whom, it’s just been discovered, has thrown in with the bastard Occupussies.
Over the years, I’ve spent quite a bit of money at Mens Wearhouse, in the low four figures. They generally have a good selection of clothing at pretty good prices, and in the Twin Cities have conveniently-located stores. Overall I’ve been a pretty satisfied customer. After this week, though, they won’t see a dime from me, thanks to their support of the anti-free market mobs in Oakland that ravaged the city over the last couple of weeks.
“Read it all”, as our old frenemy Straight Up With Sherri might say.
I’ve been in a Men’s Wearhouse a time or two in my life.
Never again. I guarantee it.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 7:30
Proving once again that she’s good for one thing, and one thing only…
President Obama’s job approval is down with many Americans – but not with Eva Longoria.
Longoria, who told Kimmel she knows Obama well from her advocacy work on Latino issues, said she took advantage of her time with the President to tell him that he has her support.
“He’s been governing in, like, a state of emergency since the time he went into office,” said Longoria, who added that “we haven’t really seen him do what he can do.”
She also took the opportunity to slam what she called “an extremist movement happening” that threatens to derail the commander-in-chief.
Longoria called the movement “very dangerous because it’s not the character of America.”
The actress didn’t mention the Tea Party by name but when Kimmel asked her specifically about the conservative group she said she can see how it might be “a source for good comedy.”
Yeah, just like we can see how you might be good for – oh, I dunno – porn…?
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 11:32
So here are Leo Hindery and Warren Buffet, supposed “patriotic billionaires” who want Al-Obambi to hike taxes on “the rich” . (Of course, these two morons are Demoscum, and as we all know, Demoscum think you’re rich if you make as little as $36,000 a year.)
Memo to Mssrs. Hindery & Buffet: You want the “rich” to pay more in taxes, dumbasses? You want your taxes to go up?
Set the example, fuckheads: Cut a check already. The gummint ain’t too proud to beg – lead the way and pony up.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 21:48
Not surprisingly, Wall St. showed its disapproval over it – 512 points worth, although no one on the Street will admit the “deal” (Such A Deal) had anything to do with it, and indeed the Dow gained 61 points back today.
But shortly after that, Standard & Poor’s thumbed its nose at the Ayatollah & the rest of Al-Obambi, lowering the United States’ credit rating for the first time ever.
Just a guess here, but anyone who thinks the Dow will gain Monday should come see me – I have this bridge I want to sell you.
It’s begun, people. Stockpile, lock & load.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:28
Booker T. Huffman is a professional wrestler, currently employed by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE – Vince McMahon’s baby). One of his favorite catchphrases goes something like, “He didn’t just say that. Tell me he didn’t just say that.”
After reading this, you can imagine how I pretty much thought the same way.
Actress Jane Fonda said in a statement posted on her website today that the QVC television channel cancelled an appearance they had scheduled with her today to promote her new book “Prime Time,” blaming the cancellation on what she called “well funded and organized political extremist groups.”
In the same statement Fonda said, “I have never done anything to hurt my country or the men and women who have fought and continue to fight for us.”
She didn’t just say that. Tell me she didn’t just say that.
In 1972, during the Vietnam War, Fonda took a two-week trip to North Vietnam, where she was photographed sitting on an antiaircraft gun that North Vietnamese forces otherwise used for shooting at American planes.
When she returned from her sojourn in Vietnam, as Time Magazine reported at the time, she accused U.S. forces of deliberately trying to bomb and destroy dikes, whose destruction could have caused the death of many civilians.
The question should not be how QVC could have cancelled Hanoi Jane’s appearance thereupon.
The question should be how QVC was asininely stupid enough to invite her in the first place.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 9:03
(Hat tip for the new title to Patterico, who got it from some of his commenters.)
Fox News is reporting (and the lovely & gracious Michelle is
apparently confirming) that Little Toni Weenie – the star of the hit reality series Whom Can I Tweet My Dick To Today?! – is, after weeks of defiantly (and arrogantly, I might add) maintaining that he won’t step down…stepping down.
G’bye, Toni, thanks for playing.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:42
Y’wanna know just what kind of pussified douchebags the Demoscum are? ‘Specially the unions?
Here you go. This was taken at a Special Olympics event in Wisconsin. (Yeah…that Wisconsin.)
They’re such hate-filled pieces of shit that they won’t even let the special kids have their day. (And if you ask me, the special kids have higher IQs.)
I’d entertain a motion to hire out the Patriot Guard Riders to ride herd on these events, just to keep the union chickenshits from going all Westboro on events like this.
And if one of them just happened to “accidentally” cause a union pussy to flop face-first into the cement…wellllll, I’d be inclined to overlook that.
Say, with a beer in hand for the PGR guy.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 22:47
The GOP is not “almost certain” to win it – not by anything even remotely resembling a longshot.
Thanks to Dubya and his supplicative homage to “new tone” (i.e, capitulating to damn near everything the Demoscum wanted in order to “get along” with them, much as his father tried (and failed) to do in his term), the GOP lost credibility in ’06 and ’08 – which is why they lost those elections and why the Ayatollah Obambi now occupies the White House. The American people saw how much Bush 43 liked to play with Demoscum, so they gave him more to play with.
2010 was the audition to get that credibility back – and, thanks to Friday night, they lost the audition. Maybe not with the Beltway pundits, etc, ad infinitum, ad nauseam – but don’t be surprised if it turns out that it’s been completely lost with the American people.
If Washington maintains the status quo – and I think this likely – the GOP will not win in 2012. And Friday night will be a huge reason why.
Doug Powers relates that in the eight days run-up to the massacre, the deficit jumped $54.1 extra-extra-extra-large (that’s billion for you pricks in the Church of the SubTarded).
Weepy John-Boy Boner graciously gave us $38 XXXL in cuts. You do the math.
Once again, my late friend Bob Plett was right about the Grand Old Pissants.