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Here we have yet another example of the State punishing those who choose to do things their own way! Depending on how the morning goes, I will have comments later.


Fox News’ Juan Williams said earlier today that it’s Republicans’ fault that the Bambicare websites utterly failed like they did.

Yes, he really said that.

Yes, he really said that.

He also said that two-thirds of Americans want Republicans to ease up on criticizing Bambi & the Demoscum.

Why the hell&#160 did Roger Ailes ever think it was a good idea to bring this asshat aboard?


After many years, we’ve finally found the fatal error in Firefox.

Mack Swaringen @mswaringen

Not sure why, but http://healthcare.gov only works with Firefox for me. On Chrome, IE, & Safari, it’s stuck on the waiting page. #obamacare
3:11 PM – 7 Oct 2013

I anticipate a patch no later than Firefox 26.0 Beta 3.&#160 Which, come to think of it, should be just right around the corner…


(Hat tip, Twitchy.)

Item:&#160 After an advisory sent by GOP congresscritter types, the NFL, shall we say, politely declined to help HHS director Kathleen Goerling Gosnell Sebelius promote the illegal Bambicare.

Item:&#160 In response, David Asshole-rod Axelrod Asshole-rod went to Twitter to refer to the advisory as…as…well, here – read it for yourself:

David Axelrod ✔ @davidaxelrod

Now threats and intimidation? Appalling how far congressional Rs are willing to go to try and impede success of ACA. http://wapo.st/17IrWPE
7:59 AM – 29 Jun 2013

Yes, he really said that.

Yes.&#160 He.&#160 Really.&#160 Said.&#160 That.

One of the deans of Shit-cago thuggery.&#160 Really.&#160 Said.&#160 That.

Mr. Kettle, there’s a Ms. Pot on line two…


Denizens, as we head into this episode of the Perfect Football Weekend, I have to ask y’all…you just knew this&#160 was coming, didn’t you?

A retired New Hampshire doctor and school board member has caused an uproar with his proposed ban on high school football, saying the game is too dangerous for underage students.

High school football is an American institution, so when Dr. Paul Butler advanced what many people believe is a radical idea at a sparsely attended meeting in Dover, N.H., the former high school football player caused a commotion near and far.

“We have a moral imperative to at least begin the process of ending this game.” Butler told “Good Morning America.”

“The literature is clear. This is a dangerous game for children to be playing.”

Oh, the “literature is clear”, all right.&#160 And disturbingly so, I might add.

We’ve let the Pink Pansy-assed Pusstard Brigade&#153 get a foot in the door, sissyfying the game to the point where it’s a major penalty for hitting a receiver too hard (“defenseless”, my ass), and if you don’t sack the quarterback just so&#160 (tilt your head alllll&#160 the way back and gently ease him to the ground so you don’t make even the slightest contact with said QB’s helmet, don’tcha know), that’s a 15-yarder, too.

What’s next – asking the running back for permission to go two-below?

Fortunately, the good people of New Hampshire – and others – still have a bit of brass left.

Critics of his proposed ban include the school board chairman and the local newspaper.

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh has even chimed in on the subject, describing critics of football as “pantywaists who want to try to take the risk out of everything in life.”

Butler admits that he lacks the votes to ban football right now, but given the mounting evidence, he adds, his proposal is a first step toward the inevitable.

Yeah – a pussified excuse-for-a-doctor-human being found in an alleyway with the shit beaten out of him.

Just sayin’.

Let’s get on with the football.&#160 My Arlington Heights Yellow Jackets are on the field on a rare Saturday taking on the Southwest Raiders Rebels (fuck you, FWISD).

Southwest gave Aledo a run for its money last week (eventually losing, 8-24), so this is going to be a major squash.&#160 The end of Todd Whitten’s AHHS coaching career can’t come soon enough for this scribe.

One hour after that starts, Gary Patterson’s TCU Horned Frogs will be in West Virginia for a matchup against the Mountaineers.

A few weeks ago, I’d’ve penciled this in as a guaranteed loss.&#160 And the Tadpoles still might find a way to cough this one up.&#160 But WVa hasn’t been playing all that well as of late, and it’s been established that they don’t have a defense (Baylor put 63 up on ’em in Morgantown).

Vegas likes the Mountaineers at home by 4, so we’ll see.

Also today, 12th-ranked Oklahoma, fresh off it’s whipping by the Irish, get Iowa State up in Ames.&#160 OU should be pretty pissed by now, and Vegas thinks so, too; they’re favoring the Sooners by 13.

The early game today has Bo Pelini’s 20th-ranked Nebraska Cornhuskers on the road against Michigan State’s Spartans.&#160 State hasn’t been the world-beaters everyone in Lansing thought they were gonna be, but they did&#160 beat Smurf Turf State, so…

However, Vegas doesn’t have a line on this game for some reason.&#160 If I didn’t know better, I’d almost say they were expecting a squash.&#160 (shrug) Who knows?

Liberty tries to get back on the winning track against Charleston Southern.&#160 Presbyterian gave CSU a better game than they did the Flames, so I like Liberty here, straight up.&#160 (Then again, I liked LIberty against Coastal Carolina last week, so what do I know?)

Sunday night Hotlanta goes to 8-0 as they obliterate El Choko and the Dallas Cowgirlz before Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth and a national audience.&#160 This should&#160 teach Owner Jethro what a real&#160 football team looks like, but it’s Owner Jethro, so the message will go over his head, as usual.&#160 The over/under on El Choko pick-sixes is two, so watch for him to throw three.

Bucky is off this week.

We’re back Monday or so with the recap.&#160 In the meantime, the question for HDD is…when was the last time you saw Bucky lose a home game before last week?


Drudge has reported that Andy Griffith has died at the age of 86.

A few years ago, I’d have been effusive in my praise for Andy Griffith – particularly his “What it Was, Was Football” routine.&#160 That one was funny as hell.

But since he grew senile and turned libtard on us a few years back with his support on Bambicare – meh.&#160 I’m sorry, Denizens…I just can’t.&#160 This man wanted to stand between me & my liberty, and I won’t ever praise someone like that.

Good effin’ riddance.


Drew M over at Ace of Spades&#160 (hat tip:&#160 Subotai Bahadur, whom I still&#160 wish would come over here to write for me) puts it in crystal clear terms:

Dear GOP,

This is your last chance. If you blow this, I’m out and you need to be destroyed.

What is it? Repeal ObamaCare on Day 1. Don’t worry about replace, don’t worry about anything else. We will do everything we have to drag your sorry asses over the line this fall, including electing Mitt Fucking Romney.

In return this is what you will do:

Instead of adjourning for pictures and tea and cake to celebrate getting your pathetic asses elected to 2 or 6 years on the government teet, you will immediately pass a one line bill that says, “The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (and whatever statute number has to be included) is hereby repealed.”

That’s it. Nothing more, nothing less.

Since Congress meets before Inauguration Day, Obama will still be President. Simply hold the legislation at the desk so the 10 day pocket veto clock doesn’t start. If other parliamentary BS is needed, just do it.

Then as soon as Mitt takes the oath of office, before his speech no one will care or remember, walk the bill up to him at the podium to sign.

If this does not happen, the GOP must be destroyed and a new party built to replace it. We’ve tried the carrot approach (votes, money, volunteers) to change your behavior. Now it’s time to show you the stick.

No more, “oh the other guys are worse” scare tactics. That might be true but it doesn’t mean you are any good.

This is your one job, do it or join the Whig Party in the dustbin of history.

Amen & amen.

I’m voting for Romney now, and I expect him to not only win, but to smash Bambi, and to drag a decisive GOP majority to Washington DC with him.

If they fail, I will have voted for my last Republican.


Fox News has just reported that the “individual mandate” portion of Bambicare is constitutional as a tax.&#160 John Roberts sided with the leftist pusstards on the decision.

I say now, and for the record – I WILL NOT OBEY THIS.

I am currently covered under my company’s plan. When it goes away – and I guaran-damn-tee you, it will&#160 go away – I will not get replacement coverage.

Let me say that again:&#160 I will not purchase coverage.

I will not pay any related tax.

I will not pay any penalty.

IRS, you will have to come get me.

If you dare.

Fuck you, Johnita Roberts.

Fuck your wife.

Fuck your kids.

Fuck you, George “Shrubya” Bush, who put the son-of-a-bitch on the Soprano Court in the first&#160 fucking place.

And last but not least – fuck the Hell outta you, B. HUSSEIN!!!&#160 Obambi.

I.&#160 WILL.&#160 NOT.&#160 OBEY!!!!!

UPDATE:&#160 And Denizens, I hate like hell to contradict myself, go hypocritical, make a liar of myself, all that.

But I have no choice.&#160 Apologies to the Vicar, the General, Plett, the Lady, La Reina, Mrs. Venomous – everyone.

But as of now – 0930 hours, 6/28/2012 – I am declaring my intention to vote for Willard Mitt Romney for President of the United States of America.

Because, you see, Obambi – I&#160 know whose ass to kick, you illegal Kenyan son of a slutty crack whore bitch.


As the years go on, I have become less and less impressed by the various beauty pageants. This report from the Miss Universe folks just put the final nail in the coffin.

“Transgender women have notched a key victory in a bid for equality, as the Miss Universe Organization announced today that they will be allowed to compete in its pageants.”


Well, whaddya know?!&#160 A Demoscum finally&#160 submitted a bona fide, for-real budget proposal!!!!!1!!ONE!1!ELEVENTYQUADRILLION!!~

Holy crap!!!&#160 That Demoscum was actually B. HUSSEIN!!! Obambi!!!

And…uh…well, it was a close vote, anyway.

President Obama’s budget was defeated 414-0 in the House late Wednesday, in a vote Republicans arranged to try to embarrass him and shelve his plan for the rest of the year.

Actually, like one of the commenters to this story pointed out, you don’t really need the GOP to embarrass the Ayatollah.&#160 He’s doing a pretty damned good job o’ that&#160 on his own.

Now, consider for a minute.&#160 This “budgert proposal” (if you wanna call it that, it was so pathetic) got shot down 414-0.

Bambicare is looking like it&#160 might be toast, as well.

Gas prices?&#160 Don’t even&#160 get me started on that.

Yet, poll after poll after poll I’m seeing suggests the American people want to give this douchebag a second term.

If the presidential election were held today, 47% of Americans would vote for President Obama, 39% would vote for Mitt Romney and 14% are not at all sure. Last month, 46% said they would vote for President Obama while 37% said they would vote for Mitt Romney. Among Independents, it’s a closer race with 43% voting for the President and 41% voting for the former governor and 48% of adults in the 2012 Swing States (Colorado, Florida, Indiana, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, and Virginia) voting for President Obama and 41% voting for Mitt Romney.

Anyone else besides me see a big disconnect here?


This past week, Rush Limbaugh took 23-year-old-coed-cum-30-year-old-libtard-activist Sandra Fluke to task for daring to come before a group of Congresscritters and having the chutzpah&#160 to demand that we, the American taxpayers, give her and her fellow bimboids money to support their $1000-a-year sex habit.

Limbaugh called her – quite properly, I might add – a “slut” and a “prostitute”.&#160 And I say “quite properly” because that’s exactly what she is, by definition.

Today, Rush Limbaugh let down the conservative movement.

For over 20 years, I have illustrated the absurd with absurdity, three hours a day, five days a week. In this instance, I chose the wrong words in my analogy of the situation. I did not mean a personal attack on Ms. Fluke.

I think it is absolutely absurd that during these very serious political times, we are discussing personal sexual recreational activities before members of Congress. I personally do not agree that American citizens should pay for these social activities. What happened to personal responsibility and accountability? Where do we draw the line? If this is accepted as the norm, what will follow? Will we be debating if taxpayers should pay for new sneakers for all students that are interested in running to keep fit?In my monologue, I posited that it is not our business whatsoever to know what is going on in anyone’s bedroom nor do I think it is a topic that should reach a Presidential level.

My choice of words was not the best, and in the attempt to be humorous, I created a national stir. I sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for the insulting word choices.

And in issuing this apology, Rush Limbaugh has ruined everything he’d worked over 20 years to build. Limbaugh’s credibility, if you ask me – and you didn’t, not that I give a shit – is damaged beyond repair.&#160 The one thing you don’t ever&#160 do in this business is apologize to an enemy you may (or may not) have offended.&#160 Say what you mean, and mean what you say, and stand by it, and let the chips fall where they may.

Otherwise, why should anyone believe what you have to say going forward?

Limbaugh has committed what I consider to be a cardinal sin: He backed down.&#160 That makes him worthless to the conservative movement – and to me, as well.

And the more I think about it, the more I realize that it’s going to have ramifications for the Realm&#153, as well.

Stay tuned.&#160 Barring a major&#160 change of mind, changes are coming to this blog.


Looks like ObamaCare is going to need life support.

And I couldn’t be happier about it. Read more here.

Just waiting for the impeachment vote to come up next…..



There’s an extremely maddening quality to Newt Gingrich:&#160 Every time he gets some momentum going and you think he might be an okay guy to vote for, he goes, sticks his size 13s in his mouth and makes you remember that he’s a libtard in RINO clothing.

If it’s not throwing a snit fit over having to deplane Air Force One in the back, it’s sitting prettily with San Fran Nan Piglousi on that damned couch.

And if it’s not that, it’s siding with the Ayatollah on Bambicare.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Sunday that he strongly supports a federal mandate requiring citizens to buy health insurance – a position that has been rejected by many Republicans, including several who likely will be running against him for the Republican presidential nomination.

Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Gingrich told host David Gregory that he continues to advocate for a plan he first called for in the early 1990s as a Congressman, which requires every uninsured citizen to purchase or acquire health insurance.

UPDATE:&#160 And in the same breath, Newtie then&#160 doubled down on Teh Stoopid&#153 (hat tip:&#160 Doug Powers):

Newt Gingrich’s appearance on “Meet the Press” today could leave some wondering which party’s nomination he is running for. The former speaker had some harsh words for Paul Ryan’s (and by extension, nearly every House Republican’s) plan to reform Medicare, calling it “radical.”

“I don’t think right-wing social engineering is any more desirable than left-wing social engineering,” he said when asked about Ryan’s plan to transition to a “premium support” model for Medicare. “I don’t think imposing radical change from the right or the left is a very good way for a free society to operate.”

As far as an alternative, Gingrich trotted out the same appeal employed by Obama/Reid/Pelosi — for a “national conversation” on how to “improve” Medicare, and promised to eliminate ‘waste, fraud and abuse,’ etc.

G’night, Newtie.&#160 Thanks for playing.


Denizens, the winter storm that’s plagued the rest of the country did, in fact, hit Realm&#153 Headquarters.&#160 Nothing like last year, to be sure, but enough to keep me & Mrs Venomous cooped up in sub-20 degree temps.

And I’ve had plenty to do today despite all that, so haven’t really felt like writing.

Thus, your assignment is to read this treatise from Misha regarding the Bambicare decision in Florida yesterday.

May have something else for y’all by tomorrow, who knows?


In a piece of great news to start the Vicar’s cruise off on the right foot, a federal judge – who for once, wasn’t&#160 acting in the role of a black-robed tyrant-wannabe – just took Bambicare and shoved it right back up Bambi’s ass:

The full text of the decision from Federal Judge Roger Vinson is not available yet, but according to reporters who’ve seen the decision, he’s ruled the entire Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act unconstitutional. The ruling favors of the 26 state attorney generals challenging the law. The judge ruled the individual mandate that requires all Americans to purchase health insurance invalid and, according to the decision, “because the individual mandate is unconstitutional and not severable, the entire Act must be declared void.”

And what makes it even more delicious is the way this Hemingway turd phrased it.&#160 You could almost see & hear the tears flowing as he wrote it.

One down, two to go.&#160 Gotta love it.


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