Friday, January 08, 2010

Friday M-Vloggin' -- with Fastball

What ever happened to these guys? Man - I love this song. The family and I did a road trip in the summer of 1998 from Los Angeles back to visit family in Minnesota and I swear we played this song 400 times going up and back. The mystery of one-hit wonders. . . .






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The never ending story . . .




Reason 19,268 that krazee remains blissfully and happily irreligious:

(CNN) -- Attackers firebombed three churches in the southeast Asian nation of Malaysia overnight, assaults that come amid widespread Muslim ire over a court ruling that allowed Christians to use the word Allah as a term for God.



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Lying Lies and the Liars who tell them . . . .

BUSH KEPT US SAFE! ** BUSH KEPT US SAFE! ** BUSH KEPT US SAFE! ** BUSH KEPT US SAFE!

“If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.”

--- Nazi Propagandist Joseph Goebbels


Wow! I always knew Rudy Giuliani was a con man of unique distinction, and not just because he's a Republican. But to go on national television and make the statement, "We had no domestic attacks under Bush. We've had one under Obama," is just utterly fucking mind-boggling and once again bolsters my long-time argument that Republicans will lie, cheat, and steal their way in pursuit of power and their morally bankrupt, brain-dead supporters will still be of the belief that as long as they profess their conservative and Christian faith, it's just fine and dandy.

All of these people make me want to puke.







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Thursday, January 07, 2010

Tom Tomorrow today . . .

I know my right-wing friends don't "get" this kind of humor. But then again, they're the same people who worship at the feet of George W. Bush. Humor and Bush worship are two mutually exclusive mindsets.

Lol.

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Tweety Attacks! . . .

I've never been much of a Chris (Tweety) Matthews fan, if at all ever. He had way too big of a hard-on for Bush before it became obvious what an incompetent leader Bush was and he's always given way too much deference to conservative Republicans in the debate on war and national security.

Occasionally though, like the blind squirrel analogy, Matthews finds a shiny acorn and just outright obliterates his bullshit talking GOP guests and when he does it, it is a beautiful thing to watch.

Case in point:

Excerpt --

Matthews suggested one answer, which Harris latched onto. "The Bush administration kept the country safe," said the guest.

"Except the one big day," the host shot back.

"YouTube is watching," he told Harris. "You're the Republican consultant. One of the best in the country. Tell me what the Republican party has done for this country in the last ten to 20 years."

Harris stayed silent.

"Thank you," Matthews said to his recurring GOP guest as he closed the segment. "We'll have you back with the answer."


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And there you have it. The GOP goat-fucker was asked point blank to tell Matthews and the viewing audience exactly what the Republican party had done for America and Americans over the past 10 to 20 years and the assklown sat their like a lump of cow shit in a cow-less meadow. I swear I heard crickets chirping in the background as the smug prick stared dead eyed into the camera with that goofy deer in the headlights look on his face.

Priceless.

Thanks Tweety - it was worth the laugh and also bolstered my contention that the modern day GOP serves nobody but themselves and their corporate pimps.


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Wednesday, January 06, 2010

A picture says a thousand words . . . .

Here's a lovely picture of a leader (Dale Robertson) of one of the largest "tea-party" (aka tea-baggers) organizations in the country:






These fucking clowns and their "woe is us" movement never existed until Jan. 20, 2009 when Barack Obama assumed the U.S. Presidency. Hell, I'd even go as far as to say that the birth of this troglodyte movement began approximately 7:00 pm the evening of November 4, 2008 when it became clear that Obama was going to win the presidential election in a landslide over John McCain.

I don't know why my conservative friends continue to delude themselves that the tea-bagger movement is solely about "patriotism", "the constitution", "taxes", "health care", "the American way", etc.

Bullshit.

The problem with "most" of these tea-bagging assholes is that there's a "darkie" in the "White" House and that indisputable fact has not sat well with this crowd from day one. The fact he's a Democrat heightens their anxiety. And you know -- it doesn't take me and my shitty little blog to point out the obvious that they have demonstrated their displeasure with this unprecedented presidential arrangement over and over again this past year.

This picture of tea-bagger leader Mr. Robertson expressing his true feelings is nothing more than proof in the pudding of what I am saying.



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Sunday, January 03, 2010

Huh? Fox's Hume says Tiger Woods must convert to Christianity to be forgiven...

Hey Brit Hume! I have some advice for you too -- BITE ME!

The insinuation of course is that of all the religions in the world (which btw I personally think they're all full of shit) Brit Hume is of the belief that his chosen fairy tale is the bestest of all the restest and he's gonna darn well make sure we know it.

I cannot think of a more appalling thing for a serious news "journalist" to do than to blatantly misuse a public airwaves platform like Hume does here to promote one's chosen religious insanity.

Having said that, hey Brit -- ever hear of Jim Bakker, Jimmy Swaggart, Chip Pickering, Ted Haggard, John Ensign, David Vitter, Mark Sanford, Larry Craig, Mark Foley, Newt Gingrich, Rudy Giuliani, Dan Burton, Henry Hyde, fucking ad-nauseum (there ain't enough room on this blog for the complete list)?? All publicly, self-professed, conservative Christians who betrayed their marital vows or are sexually repressed perverts. Just curious - since they were already Christians Brit, how does the forgiving process work for these philandering tools? Do they get a waiver simply as a result that they state they are Christians? Are they issued forgiveness credentials if they just go out in public, blubber about how awful they feel and re-profess their faith to the invisible goat herder in the sky? If that's how simple it is, what about murder, rape, theft. When Christians murder someone, and as long as they publicly profess their faith shouldn't they be set free? Do Christian murderers still go to heaven? This inquiring mind wants to know Brit.

Hume's statement is not only appalling on a misuse of the public airwaves level, it's also stupefyingly hypocritical. And if you watch the video clip - is it just me or does Brit sound like he's got a snoot full of post New Year's brandy and egg nog in his system? Slurred speech, droopy eyelids. If that's the case, I might be inclined to give him a pass on his offensive religious pandering, but if turns out that he's stone cold sober, he ought to be tossed off the fucking air for good.



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