Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 21:31
I do believe this says it all.
Reid, Kennedy, Pelosi, Murthafucker – I’m rubbing all your noses in this.
Come do something about it, if yours are bigger than pinheads.
UPDATE: Oh, yeah – almost forgot.
I not only question your patriotism – I’m challenging it outright. You libtards don’t fuckin’ have any.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 7:15
Oh, now he’s done it.
Administering the Fickle (Pointy (mheh)) Finger of Fate to Po’ Widdle Tookie seems to have gotten the Pansy-assed Pondscum-sucking Pissweasels over in the EUrinal a might pissed off at the Governator.
VIENNA, Austria – California’s execution of Stanley Tookie Williams on Tuesday outraged many in Europe who regard the practice as barbaric,
Would that be as oppposed to, say, the civilized practice of forcing tourists to breathe air horribly befouled by Fwench waiters who never bathe?
and politicians in Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s native Austria called for his name to be removed from a sports stadium in his hometown.
Oh, that’ll show him, yes-sirree-Bob!!!
At the Vatican, Pope Benedict XVI’s top official for justice matters denounced the death penalty for going against redemption and human dignity.
“We know the death penalty doesn’t resolve anything,” Cardinal Renato Martino told AP Television News. “Even a criminal is worthy of respect because he is a human being. The death penalty is a negation of human dignity.”
Yeah, tell that to the four human beings that Tookie the Crip Founder offed, willya?
At the risk of alienating a good portion of my readership, this is yet another reason why I severely dislike & distrust the Catholic Church. The Vatican, starting with Bennie & the Jets, needs to figure out that forgiveness is one thing, pardon is another. And while the state can forgive Po’ Widdle Tookie, it can’t pardon him – they were compelled to enforce the penalty for what he did, and they did.
And the Catholic Church and the rest of the EUroweasels have a problem with that? Like I give a flying fuck.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 18:34
Well, Denizens, in scanning today’s news headlines, there’s not much that interests me a great deal.
And it’s a little late to give Tookie Williams our obligatory “buh-bye, don’t let the door hit you in the ass on the way out, we paid a lot for that door” spiel. Besides, Misha’s already done an admirable job of it himself.
Therefore, it’s time to shake the cobwebs off the Grab-Bag and dust off what ought to be a Christmas classic.
Enjoy, spew warnings, etc, etc…
We Three Kings
We three kings of Palestine are
Packing Semtex into a car.
It was loaded and exploded
We two kings of Palestine are
Packing Semtex into a car.
It was loaded and exploded
I a king of Palestine am
Packing Semtex into a pram.
It was loaded and exploded
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen………
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 19:16
Things are starting to slide again for the Demoscum. Elections in Iraq this week. Economy trucking right along, despite high gas prices. Bush’s numbers starting to go back up.
And now it looks like Rush is gonna walk.
Roy Black, Rush Limbaugh’s attorney, issued the following statement regarding Judge David F. Crow’s decision today prohibiting prosecutors from asking the talk show host’s doctors about his medical treatment and condition or information he shared with his doctors during his care and treatment.
“Judge Crow’s ruling upholds our argument that the State cannot breach doctor-patient confidentiality just because it has obtained some medical records, and thus the state cannot ask the doctors its questions posed to the court during the hearing.
“Judge Crow’s decision prohibits the State from questioning Mr. Limbaugh’s physicians about ‘the medical condition of the patient and any information disclosed to the healthcare practitioner by the patient in the course of the care and treatment of the patient.’
And without that ability to question those physicians, the local Jabert’s case against Rush falls apart like well-cooked ribs from the bone. (snicker)
“We are pleased with the court’s ruling upholding the patient’s statutory right of doctor-patient confidentiality. We’ve said from the start that there was no doctor shopping but Mr. Limbaugh should not have to give up his right to doctor-patient confidentiality to prove his innocence.
Lot of us conservatives are pleased with it too, Mr. Black. Ronnie Earle ought to take note: Witchhunts against conservatives generally don’t work very well.
“The medical records that the State has seized and reviewed now for nearly six months show that Mr. Limbaugh received legitimate medical treatment for legitimate medical reasons. Mr. Limbaugh has not been charged with a crime and he should not be charged.”
The guess from here, Roy, is that he won’t be.
Warms the cockles, it does.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 15:50
Check out what BC’s come up with on the Religion of Piss over at the Rott.
Good stuff, that.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 16:02
One of the most popular comics of my generation, Richard Pryor, passed last night of a heart attack. He was 65.
Pryor was best known for his four-letter comedy, and was an inspiration to later stand-up guys such as Robin Williams and Eddie Murphy. Hit movies included Stir Crazy and Silver Streak.
The line for which I know him best came during a movie with Gene Wilder, the title of which I can’t recall at the moment. The line goes, “Dat’s right, dat’s right, we bad”. It’s still in my repetoire today.
Richard Pryor will be missed.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 9:56
Denizens, today’s rant begins with a quote from a previous rant found here:
Some people simply. Don’t. Have. A. Clue.
Consider the world in which we live today. We are at war. We’re at war with a people who flew airplanes into buildings and have killed nearly 5000 of our fellow Americans, including two who have been beheaded. We have an election coming up that will determine whether we continue to fight this war, or whether we surrender.
We’ve endured yet more attacks on our culture and our way of life with lawsuits against the Pledge of Allegiance, and against the sacred institution of marriage.
Crime ravages our streets, disease destroys our bodies, and our culture, as the Bork (?) book says, slouches towards Gomorrah. And we wring our hands and wonder why.
That rant was about the name of a football stadium, and some folks’ severely misguided priorities.
This rant is about a bunch of whiny brats throwing a temper tantrum because they didn’t get what they wanted for Christmas – namely, tickets to a football game.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 20:16
…I have absolutely nothing I really care to say today.
(No, libtards, I wouldn’t rest easy – this ain’t gonna last. (wicked grin))
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 19:53
Drudge has a story this evening on Republican plans to shove Dr. YEARRRRRRRGH’s comments right back up his piehole.
The DRUDGE REPORT has learned from a top GOP operative that the Republican National Committee will provide state parties with a web video prior to release tomorrow afternoon that shows a white flag waving over images of Democrat leaders making anti-war remarks.
The ad is in response to the controversial comments Democratic Party Chairman Howard Dean and 2004 Democratic Presidential nominee John Kerry made earlier in the week.
Whereupon we’re about to be presented with People’s Exhibit #7,617,998 that the Demoscum can dish it out, but can’t take it.
Donktard whining about us questioning their patriotism in 5…4…3…2…
A Democratic strategist who had the web ad described to her said, “This is way over the top but we have no one to blame but Dean, Kerry and others who continue to pander to the anti-war activists within our party.”
Better keep that to yourself, honey. Word gets around that you’re dabbling in that drug called reality, you never know – your fellow Donks might stage an intervention…
The web video advances the Republican contention that the Democrats only have a “retreat and defeat” message on the war in Iraq.
The video highlights the effect Democrats can have on the morale of U.S. soldiers.
One Republican strategist familiar with the ad said, “The Democrats, especially Howard Dean have a way of trying to turn the tables and say ‘that’s not what I meant’ – its just those ‘evil Republicans’ This video will make them crazy – it reinforces what they really believe with what they actually said – and that is devastating for the Democratic Party.”
Let’s hope that the rank-and-file find the balls to keep pounding the message home.
And frankly, libtards, I don’t just question your patriotism – I challenge it outright. You don’t have any. And I don’t give a flying fuck whether you like that or not.
Deal with it, assclowns. (snicker)
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 19:33
…did anyone happen to notice the date?
Yeah, guys. It’s December 7th. As in, December 7th plus 64 years.
A moment of silent reflection, please, for the nearly 2,500 people who paid the ultimate price that day, and for the over 1,000 who were injured there at Pearl Harbor. The attack may be a more distant memory than recent events, but the memories are no less painful.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 18:29
I get the occasional question about what I like to watch on TV.
And it’s always the stock answer: “Sports, primarily football & hockey, the occasional Star Trek re-run, stuff like that”.
Between the phenomonon of so-called “reality tv” and the abject bullshit they’re trotting out there as episodic television now, it’ll stay that way, too.
NBC’s popular prime-time program “Medium” shocked viewers last night as the main male character asks his wife if she’s searching for a “thicker, longer penis.”
The exchange came 19 minutes into yesterday’s show as the married couple – played by Patricia Arquette and Jake Weber – talked in their bedroom, a typical setting for the two characters in the program.
During last night’s episode, entitled “I Married a Mind Reader,” Joe Dubois walks into the bedroom late at night as his wife, Allison, a medium who helps law enforcement solve crimes, is sitting at a computer.
Joe: Whatcha lookin’ for at this hour of the night? Drugs from Canada? A fast and convenient way out of credit card debt? A thicker, longer penis?
Allison: Oh! (she chuckles)
Allison is searching for information on the Internet about an actor in an old TV program about whom she had had a dream. The penis comment was not relevant to the plot of the show.
And the crap they’re putting out nowadays is not relavant to my life, which is why I don’t watch it. And then the suits at the three major networks – oh, okay, we’ll count NBC, too – wring their hands in angst and wonder why they’re losing viewership.
Go read the rest. I have to go resist the urge to gag…
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 19:35
A year after the other Massahchewsshits loser, John-boy Fuckface Qetchup-ass, got the shit knocked out of him by President Bush (yeah, I’d call over 60 million voting against you thus), he’s once again doing what he does best – trashing our troops.
A full year after losing the presidential election to President George W. Bush, Senator John Kerry still seems to be stuck in duplicitous campaign mode.
Speaking Sunday as a guest on CBS’ Face The Nation program, Kerry tried to have it both ways, again, by saying he supports the U.S. troops in Iraq, but accusing them of doing despicable things.
Which is typical. I mean, when was the last time you saw a Democrat other than Joe Lieberman speak in glowing terms about our troops?
Said Sen. Kerry in response to a question by host Bob Schieffer about the progress of the war in Iraq:
” … And there is no reason, Bob, that young American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing kids and children, you know, women, breaking sort of the customs of the – of – the historical customs, religious customs.”
“…not even when those houses contain people who think like me and T’Raisin, and want to see this country on its knees, turning and running with our tail between our legs, just like I helped us do in Vietnam. Uh, you did know I served in Vietnam, right?”
The remark was eerily reminiscent of Kerry’s comments about U.S. troops in 1971 upon his return from duty in Vietnam.
” … They told the stories at times they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam in addition to the normal ravage of war, and the normal and very particular ravaging which is done by the applied bombing power of this country.”
As reported by NewsMax during the 2004 presidential election, Kerry’s tendency to bash the troops has a long and not-so-proud history.
This, again, from a Senator who “voted for the war, before I voted against it.”
John-boy F’n Kerry is one lieutenant I think I’d've been honored to frag.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 6:23
(Hat tip to Deathknyte and Admiral Monkeybone.)
Denizens, we’ll start your Monday morning with one of the cooler video clips you’ll see this Christmas season (although I gotta admit, the guy could lose the peace symbol).
Sound up. (Incidentally, the name of the tune is “Wizards of Winter” by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, which does a boatload of kick-ass stuff, especially when it comes to Christmas material.)
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