Sunday, October 27, 2013

The last scary post....Then I'm off for warmer, happier places. You all stay safe now, ya hear?

A marine tells his local community what is going on. Is anyone paying attention?

This might alarm you for a moment because the gentleman certainly has a background and the connections to speak with authority, but then again it is so very, very easy, and rather attractive, to push it aside as utterly impossible. This is America. Things like that do not happen here. They happen in Argentina. They happen in Cuba. They happen in Russia. They happen in Germany. They happen in Italy. They happen in just about every nation in Africa. But they do not happen here!

But then there's this:

On Saturday, Terry M. Hestilow, a retired United States Army Captain from Fort Worth, Texas, posted a letter on Facebook that he wrote to Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, warning that the Department of Homeland Security is preparing to go to war with the citizens of the United States.

"It is with gravest concern that I write to you today concerning the recent appropriation of weapons by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that can only be understood as a bold threat of war by that agency, and the Obama administration, against the citizens of the United States of America," his letter began.

But to reassure you, if any of this is beginning to sound a little scary, I must remind you of how our Bestest Ever President Peace Prize cautioned us:

So don't worry your little heads about any of this. President Peevish has told us that we should just trust them...or we're going to have some real problems.

Federal Police in Grand Junction, CO

Today this was posted on my Facebook wall by a friend. It was accompanied by his written statement of what happened.

So, as I was about to park, I saw this vehicle, so I quickly got out of my car and took a picture as it drove by. As the driver saw me do this, he slammed on the brakes, and asked, "Do you have a problem?" To which I replied, "Just taking a picture. Is that illegal now?" He then eeked forward a few feet and stayed there in the middle of the road for about a minute and a half until a car approached him from behind, forcing him to move... This, ladies and gentlemen, is a FEDERAL POLICE FORCE. Here. In Grand Junction. Feel safe yet?


Only I'm not kidding and this is really getting scary.

Speaking of laughing at scary stuff....

First, the laughter.

Heh...almost too true to be REALLY funny. I'm mostly just enjoying the hell out of the searing, wrenching, unicorn-decimating, teddy-bear-destroying PUMMELING the dreams of the moist-eyed liberals are taking. That's gotta hurt. And it's scary, too, huh...precious? Real life is scary for babies and widdle kiddies.

Here's just one example of how scary real life is going to be under Obamacare. BOO!

Hauntings, Halloween, and Hawaii

My husband and I will be on the island of Kaui for the next week, so we will be spending Halloween in Hawaii. Not very spooky. Last year we were in Maui just before Halloween and one restaurant, the Pineapple Grill, saw fit to provide a little tacky thrill to the diners.

Aloha, you little goblins!
The only thing that would have scared me was if they said they were out of rum!

But this year we will be there on Halloween. SPOOOOOOKY! Okay, I realize that trying to make Hawaii scary is a stretch (may I enter the picture above into evidence, Your Honor?), but I love Halloween and will miss not celebrating it at all this year.

So because I won't be posting for the next week, and won't be celebrating Halloween at all, but WILL be throwing back Mai Tias like a sailor, here's a little video that is guaranteed to put some serious SPOOK in even the most rational, skeptical, cynical, close-minded sober person out there.

Explain this! I dare you.

Now that's some really spooky shit, if you ask me.

More details/speculation/video/flat out crazy stuff here.

Just for the record, I've had more than enough encounters with weird/paranormal/supernational/crazy-ass-WTF stuff in my own life that watching this makes the hair crawl on the back of my neck and gives me a goose-bump chill.Thankfully nothing I've experienced ended in death, though.  But if/when it finally does, I'm hoping for this...

What good is death if you can't get a little joke or two out of it?


Saturday, October 26, 2013

I can't say it any better.

So I'm stealing -- in its entirety -- the letter from Congressman Tom McClintock explaining the recent government shutdown.

Facts are stubborn things.

Dear Friends,

This nation has gone through 18 government shutdowns in the last 37 years. Fifteen of those 18 shutdowns occurred when Democrats controlled the House. In those 15 shutdowns, the Democrats demanded increased abortion services and labor and environmental policy concessions.

Perhaps the reason we don’t remember those shutdowns as vividly is because in those days, presidents negotiated around the clock to resolve the disputes that caused them and did everything they could to minimize the public’s inconvenience and suffering.

This time was different. This time, the President refused to negotiate and took unprecedented steps to amplify the pain and suffering that the public endured.

Why would the administration do this? They told us why – because they were winning politically.  

What was the outrageous Republican demand that Democrats refused even to discuss during the 16-day shutdown while they ordered our public servants to make life as difficult as possible for people?

On September 30th, with the deadline just hours away, House Republicans had dropped all conditions to fund the entire government with one substantive exception: delay the individual mandate that forces people to buy policies against their will. Democrats summarily rejected this proposal and for 16 days refused to negotiate on this single point, while literally accusing Republicans of sedition.

Then this past Monday, the President’s Press Secretary made this stunning admission: the Obama administration may itself seek to delay the individual mandate by dropping the penalty for non-compliance.

They’ve got to be kidding.

For the 16 days of the shutdown, the only substantive dispute was the Republican plea to delay the individual mandate for the millions of Americans who couldn’t find or afford Obamacare policies.

Doing so could have ended the impasse instantly. During those 16 days, it was clear to everyone that the exchanges weren’t working. Yet the President and Congressional Democrats refused even to discuss the matter, while they turned their formidable propaganda machine to the task of winning politically.

These facts speak for themselves and need no embellishment from me. John Adams once observed that “Facts are stubborn things.” As passions cool and reason resumes its rightful place in the nation’s discourse, these facts will speak eloquently and stubbornly of what happens when politics trumps policy and propaganda trumps reality. 


Tom McClintock

Thursday, October 24, 2013

The Only Thing You Will Get Fired For in the Obama Administration

No, it isn't corruption.

And it isn't incompetence.

And it isn't perjury.

And it isn't just breaking the law.

The only thing, it seems, that will get you fired from The O Team is not spewing the party propaganda in support of President Prissy Pants. Say something critical and you're booted off the island.

A couple of days ago, we learned that a Jofi Joseph, an official in the National Security Staff in the White House was dismissed for a series of scathing tweets that were less than laudatory about Big O and his merry band of thieves, and today we learn that an Obamacare telephone operator was canned after speaking with Sean Hannity on his radio program and admitting that not many people cared for Obamacare.

Really? People being fired because they speak the truth. And here I sit waiting for people who LIE to get fired. Oh well....

Color me shocked...which is an obvious, high-pitched dog whistle racist comment because, you know, "color"...helllllooooooo.

I suppose we can all be grateful that we live in a country where you only lose your job for being honest when it displeases Beloved Leader. There ARE countries where you lose your life.

We're not there yet.

Stay tuned.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

I am lying to you. Period.

As the massively awesome rollout for the Affordable Healthcare Act proceeds with all the efficiency and amazing technological expertise that can be had for close to a half a billion dollars from the world's best and brightest because government...let us all take a few moments and remember these words promises lies--

 Got that? You likey, you keepy.

You wanty, you gotty.

It's that simple.

Honest. Period.

Except for this.

And this.

Oh...and this.

OOPSIE...there's this.

Oh, shut UP!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 is awesome!

What a moron! I forgot to give this post a title. Now, I don't even really there's your title. Whatever. SHEEEESH! How many letters are in stupid again?


Peace Prize and his crack team of experts have just accomplished such a spectacular, mind-blowingly awesome healthcare launch to his HISTORIC legislation, the Affordable Care Act, that people are cheering in the streets and hugging each other with joy. They are honking their horns and waving blindly to strangers, each filled with an inexpressible desire to just connect, you share this honor each others' be a part of...

Wait...what? That's not happening? The deuce, you say! So what IS happening? Jon Stewart has awakened to the hilarious -- and alarming -- reality.

As the saying goes, when you've lost Jon Stewart...

In Obama's case, he's not only lost Jon Stewart, he's now seriously cutting into his 47% hard deck of voters.   His approval rating has dropped to 44.5%. Consider, kittens, that this means this president is so god-awful that people who vote for a living don't like him. These are people who NEED government and even they are saying, "The guy stinks."

'Course, they will still vote for him. They might not like him, but he's still the only game in their town.

Monday, October 21, 2013

A horse is a horse...of course...of course....

Unless it's an ass.

On CraigsList, we find horses who dearly need a good home, preferably with someone who only wants to feed and pet them. Working for a living is not part of the deal, apparently.

Miserable, cantankerous horse for sale - $1400 (New Haven) 

Meet Rotten Banana. My wife named him that before he was born 7 years ago, and for that reason I believe she is a true psychic medium.

Rotten Banana's father was a registered Paint we owned, who was a valiant sweetheart of a horse but was ugly as sin. His mother is an evil wench, but is built like a brick house and is afraid of nothing. We thought the breeding might give us a valiant sweetheart who was built like a brick house. Instead, we got.....Rotten Banana. (This reminds me of a joke.)

Banana has a lot of.....personality. He has great ground manners. He loves attention. He is probably the best horse I have ever seen about picking up his feet. My 6 year old daughter can lead him anywhere.

And that's where the good stuff ends, so....maybe stop reading here?

Still reading? Dammit.

Rotten Banana is very broke to ride and has hundreds of trail miles. Like his mom, he is afraid of nothing. He will go through brooks, mud, trees and not miss a step.

If he wants to.

If he doesn't want to, he won't do anything. Literally.

If you want to ride, he will just stand there. Whip and spur all you want, the best you will get is a half-hearted buck and a grunt. (The very reputable natural horsemanship trainer I paid $900 to work on this became as exasperated as i was.). If you want to put him on a trailer, and he doesn't want to get on it, he will go backwards. Quickly. If you want to put a bridle on him, he will actually point his nose to the sky like a timberwolf. When you are not looking, he will either steal the hat off your head with his teeth, or grab your shirt and give you a tug.

In short, he is an ass.

So, if you're looking for a project horse with lots of miles left in him- ta da! Here he is.
Someone with time could actually make a horse out of him. That person is not me.


And here's another dearly loved family member needing a good home. One with pasture and carrots and apples and nary a saddle or bridle around.

POS AQHA Gelding Sorrel - $200 (St. Hedwig)

POS AQHA sorrel gelding-5 years old. Bronc stomper deluxe-rears, kicks, might bite. Has Alzheimer's-have to start all over each day. Husband got kicked in knee, struck in face, then had a heart attack. Wife mad and thinks horse might be a candidate for dog food can. Can catch and may load in stock trailer. No coggins as we like our vet too much to injure him. Got anything to trade?? Must sign disclaimer against possible injury. Horse is in round pen waiting for you COWBOY! This is not a joke or written to be funny.

852-9233 please text or email


Okay...the joke.

What do you get if you cross a donkey with an onion?

Most of the time you just get an onion with really long ears, but every once in a while, you get a piece of ass that brings tears to your eyes.


On A Lighter Note

When all hope is lost and you're spiraling downward into the abyss of America's "fundamental transformation", my incredibly mature and intelligent response is to watch funny videos.

If anyone has a better idea, I'm all ears.

In the meantime, I'm watching things that make me laugh.

I know that people always make the argument that conservatives are dogs and liberals are cats because people like dogs and cats are assholes, but I think it is exactly the opposite.

Cats are conservatives.

They are intractably independent.
They never apologize for success.
They feel superior to dogs.
They don't need anyone to take care of them. They don't need anyone. Period.
They don't need a lot of rules. Hell, they don't follow them, anyway.
And they are always armed.

Dogs are liberals.

They are collectivists at heart.
They bark alot. Often for no reason.
They follow rules.
They are only really dangerous when traveling in packs.
They whine.
They are the original environmentalists as they are always eating cat poop. Which pretty much settles who is superior.

The End.

I'm betting not one of these people would identify as Teabaggers.

Steven Wright once said that depression is just anger without enthusiasm, so the emotional conflict warring within me from watching this video makes me wish I could ask someone else to slap the living shit out of people before sliding into catatonic oblivion.

My first inclination as I watch is to surrender to utter, soul-crushing depression for the sheer stupidity displayed by the people being asked to sign the petition. But then the enormity of their collectivist retardation arouses nothing short of vase-throwing rage in me, which is pretty enthusiastic, I'll admit.

The solution is to abandon myself to sweet, listless despondency while knowing that proper and well-deserved punishment is being meted out.

Never Go Full Retard used to be a funny line from a movie. Now it has become unheeded advice for an entire nation.


That word deserves to be repeated.

In unrelated news, Teabaggers are smarter than anyone thought.

Go figure.

H/T: Fellowship of the Minds

Saturday, October 12, 2013

When us doesn't mean you.

Or me.

In fact, "us" only really means them.

Government is never really inclusive, and the more power it arrogates for itself, the less inclusive it is. Power never shares.

This is an uncomfortable realization for those who cling fervently to the childish hope that if they only vote for the correct candidate, they will be assured a seat at the table, sharing in the largesse and privilege of power, tossing back champagne and nibbling on medallions of lobster in tarragon cream sauce.

But they can't even get into their own parks now. That's a bit of a rude awakening, isn't it, kittens?

While we all witness the harsh reality of what government actually is, it is instructive to remember the misty-eyed descriptions of soft, gooey goodness Democrats told us it was only a short time ago. Does anyone remember this?

"Don't it feel GREAT to belong to the government!" 

Not really. 

Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.

Friday, October 11, 2013

There is hope for America yet.....

Surrounded by the stupid.

WASHINGTON — It’s long been known that America’s school kids haven’t measured well compared with international peers. Now, there’s a new twist: Adults don’t either.

In math, reading and problem-solving using technology – all skills considered critical for global competitiveness and economic strength – American adults scored below the international average on a global test, according to results released Tuesday.

Adults in Japan, Canada, Australia, Finland and multiple other countries scored significantly higher than the United States in all three areas on the test. Beyond basic reading and math, respondents were tested on activities such as calculating mileage reimbursement due to a salesman, sorting email and comparing food expiration dates on grocery store tags.

Is this really a surprise to anyone? When you can confuse a store clerk virtually to the point of tears by handing her a quarter to accompany the $5.00 bill you had already given her after she'd wrung up up the sale for $4.25, you know you are deep into stupid territory. This actually happened. A sales clerk had taken my $5.00 for a $4.25 purchase and entered the amount into her cash register. When I belatedly fished out my quarter from the depths of my Mary Poppins bag and handed it to her, she froze. A confused look came over her. She bit her lip, staring at the five dollar bill and the quarter.

"You gave me too much money."

"No, I gave you the quarter so you could give me back a dollar bill."

"But I only owe you 75 cents."

"Not if you add the quarter to it."

"But I don't need the quarter! That's too much."

I took back the quarter. I then took the additional three quarters she handed me. I paused for effect and to give her brain a chance to have closure on that transaction. Then I put all four quarters in one hand and asked, "Can I have a dollar for these four quarters?"

That's when she almost started crying.

And I almost started laughing.

But I'm not that mean. Almost. Not quite.

Americans are stupid. We are stupid and we are uninformed. But thankfully we score high marks on self-esteem. Yes, that means we are arrogant. This is important because if you aren't arrogant when you're stupid, you might just learn something. Like how to make change.

But wait. All this stupidity is easily explained. It is not, in fact, a result of lowering standards and expectations of performance; nor is it the result of the increasing political power of the teachers' union and the federalization of education through the Department of Education. No. That's just silly talk.

It is all about the inequality.


However, my retarded reptilian brain remembers this little video from 2008, and I wonder whether it can be reconciled with the pronouncement that stupidity is simply an expression of inequality.

It would appear from this video, that at the very least, some of our fellow citizens' stupidity results from listening to NPR and reading the NY Times.


Hoping this doesn't apply to one of my BFF's. Sorry, kitten, dental work is never fun.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

My week.

Our office manager is on vacation (either that or she sneaked in that nail file again!) and so I have to work -- the entire week! On top of that, no one is here, which means that I don't even have to pretend that I'm doing anything. So this is the utterly retarded stuff I watch to keep myself busy.

They say necessity is the mother of invention. I say, WRONG! Boredom is the mother of invention. These guys prove it. You have to be pretty effing bored to do this.

The fact that my boredom results in a complete lack of accomplishments only makes me an outlier. Or, perhaps, I could point to this blog as an accomplishment.

HAHAHAHAHAHA!  Okay, that IS funny!

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Oh, thank GOD we got that contract through before the shutdown!

I'll toast to that!

Honestly, the little people with their little problems like cancelled vacations and barricaded businesses and evictions from private residences in national parks, can not even hold a candle to the horror that would ensue if a $5 million contract for custom crystal glassware hadn't made it under the wire before this hideous government shutdown.

Really. There is only so much sacrifice those who have no intention of sacrificing can be expected to make.

Just a week before the government shutdown kicked in on October 1, the State Department awarded a five-year, maximum $5 million contract for custom handcrafted crystal stem and barware, according to a report in the Valley News, an online news site in Vermont (via Charlie Perkins).  Valley News reporter Warren Johnston reports:
On eve of last week’s government shutdown, Simon Pearce won a potential five-year competitive contract for $5 million to provide 20 different styles of custom handcrafted stem and barware to the State Department for use in American embassies around the world. 
The contract stipulates that the items be made in the United States, Clay Adams, chief executive officer at Simon Pearce, said in an email. 
“Simon Pearce is a natural fit for this given its production in Vermont and Maryland. Simon Pearce received its first purchase order … for more than 12,000 pieces, most of which will be produced here in Vermont later this year,” Adams said...

I am entirely sympathetic. It would be outrageous if the diplomats in the State Department had to make do with last year's stemware. The ability to set a fine table by our lords and ladies of the new aristocracy is of paramount importance.

And if you question their need for the finer things in life, then you are simply a tea-bagging, knuckle-dragging, stooped-shouldered, slope-headed, mouth-breathing throwback and there's no point in even attempting to explain why government shutdowns must never be felt by those who wield the power in government.

Except that whole Benghazi thing. I wonder if Ambassador Stevens would have preferred long or short-stemmed wine glasses instead of security. Oh well...

Government shutdowns are for the little people.  They are the ones who need to learn a lesson.

What day is it?

President Peevish is Peevish

While the question of who is to blame for the catastrophic shutdown of a mere 16 or 17% of the federal government and the subsequent onslaught of zombies and cannibals unleashed on innocent civilians consumes most Americans, Charles C. W. Cooke points out that the effects of the shutdown are entirely within the power of our peevish president to decide.

Yes, government shutdowns have consequences — even shutdowns that leave 83 percent of the government operating as usual. But, consequences or not, there really is no good reason for the federal government to send barricades and wire-ties to unguarded open-air parks, to close off unmanned scenic overlooks, to evict homeowners from their private property on public land, or to threaten the livelihoods of hoteliers whose sole crime is to own a business on an unsecured public route.

There is no good reason, either, for the government to shut down the index pages of some, arbitrarily chosen, websites while leaving the rest of the pages running. No good reason for the federal government to try to close Mount Vernon and Claude Moore Colonial Farm, neither of which it owns or runs. No good reason for the federal government to threaten to cancel the Air Force–Navy football game when there were private donors waiting on the sidelines. And certainly no reason for armed rangers to hold senior-citizen tourists hostage inside their Yellowstone Park hotel for the high crime of stepping outside and taking photographs.

Who gets hurt and to what extent seems to be the president's prerogative. By any measurement, it appears that people who love this county, who fought for this country, and even those who died for this country --oh! and children -- are all crowded into the first place spot on the list of recipients for our Beloved Leader's malicious indulgences of spite.

As NR’s editors observed on Monday, there is a substantial difference between authorities’ barring access to sites that have gates and their barricading open spaces that do not. “It takes federal action to close the sites,” this website’s editorial noted, “and none to keep them open. This is not what an inactive government looks like, but a spiteful one.” An anonymous Park Service ranger confirmed that malice to the Washington Times last week: Staff, the employee said, had “been told to “make life as difficult for people as we can. It’s disgusting.”
But really, if you can't screw with people when you're annoyed with them, what good is power? This is something Democrats have always understood. Whenever there is even a whisper that government is taking too much money and wasting most of it, Democrats rush to the microphones to assure us that government is virtually cut to the bone and if you want your money back then they will sadly be compelled to cut teachers, firemen, and police. Every time. I have never once heard a Democrat concede that there might be some bureaucratic desk job somewhere that really doesn't need to be done. Not. Once.

Precious President Peevish is just decidedly more vicious about employing this tactic because, as we all know, any reaction to his nastiness is simply prompted by racism.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Obama probably ate his dog because it didn't love him.

But I know my dog loves me. And now SCIENCE! has proven that dogs feel the same emotions of affection for their owners as we do for each other.

Friday, October 4, 2013

Obama takes on the unions

The deep wisdom of this little tidbit from the scintillating intellect of our most intelligent president is that he secretly believes that the only power that should ultimately be allowed in our country is him.

Once you organize the entire "community", there's nothing left but the Chief Organizer. 

Hail to the Chief.

Fuck off.

How's that?

When no means no.

I've been in such situations, and let me assure you, the answer is NO! And it stays that way.

For the record: I officially HATE the fact that videos linked in posts don't stay put on YouTube and when I go back, which isn't often, to review, I find -- more often than I'd like -- that the video is GONE! So then I have to go find it again and redo the post. Oh well....I need to remember how very, very little this blog means to anyone.

Perspective, as they say.

When the stupid is stupdendous.

Apparently this is an actual sign taped to an actual printer in an actual military office.

Oh. Good. Lord.

Thursday, October 3, 2013

My mood today.

This song is reverberating through the house. It is beautiful outside, but with a clean, crystalline hardness to the air that speaks of darker, colder times coming; the world is sweeping up all of summer's lushness in preparation for winter.

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

How to save a life.

This is a reasonable tactic when faced with the possibility of withstanding an assault of the stupid.

The life you save may be your own.

Political Theater in the Cornfields of America.

Political theater has always been a spectator sport in America. Watching politicians carry on, take up air time, posture and pose, or simply doze..has provided numerous humorists and comedians with ripe, almost fetid, fodder. Politics in America, while often hilariously stupid, always ineffective, and, at times, borderline retarded, have nevertheless been historically characterized by a certain benign incompetence that left the citizens of this great nation free to carry on, improving their lives, fixing government's mistakes, and generally remaining optimistic and generous.

But no longer.

This is the Age of Obama. This is when we must finally learn our lesson, and Obama is going to teach it to us. This is when we must understand at long last that we didn't build that, and if we did, we've made enough money at some point anyway, so much money, in fact, that it is better for everyone if Obama is allowed to spread the wealth around and if we are uppity enough to disagree with this, Obama has instructed his followers to get in our faces or to bring a gun to our little knife fight. It is the Age of Obama, where laws are absolute to citizens, but amazingly fluid to our Beloved Leader and his friends; where belief in the Constitution is tantamount to terrorism and standing on principle is considered arson.

I've got a match and some lighter fluid right here.

Now we are threatened with what will most likely amount to the paid vacation of 800,000 federal employees. This is outrageous! How are we to cope? Our overlords have been released from their desks, dismissed from their endless and unproductive meetings, removed from the halls of power, sent home to put their feet up and have a little down time.

And we are supposed to feel the pain.

And Obama is determined to make sure we do. Like a good parent, he is willing to watch us suffer to help us learn this most valuable lesson.


Of course, the important thing to remember is that all the bad things that are happening are not Obama's fault. They are the fault of those who don't want to accept his benevolence. He wouldn't do these bad things if only Republicans would bow and scrape and accept whatever he wishes.

But the Bad Republicans are making Obama do bad things because the Bad Republicans are thinking bad thoughts about him. The Bad Republicans don't like his policies because they are racist and ungrateful and just plain stupid. The Bad Republicans are predicting that Obama's Most Awesome Affordable Care Act will not only be less than affordable, they are insisting that people don't even want it. Of course the Bad Republicans are lying. Everyone LOVES Obamacare. Why, there have only been a few...well...a couple...okay...thousands of waivers and exemptions allowed, but only to Obama's closest friends who said, "Thank you VERY much, really, honestly, but we'd prefer not to be covered by your most excellent law." And Obama said, "Sure. We're buds."

And then Congress, the ones who helped Obama write this most excellent law, said, "Oh, hey, yeah...we LOVE's positively HISTORIC...but actually, we'd rather not have to participate either. Think you could fix that for us, big guy?"

And Obama said, "Sure. Why not?"

It's like listening to Kenny.
So now the Bad Republicans are saying that the American people Very Bad Teabaggers are simply asking the same favor, but Obama says the Bad Republicans and the Very Bad Teabaggers are in danger of destroying the entire country with a shutdown because they are willfully doing this just to be mean and because they are racist. So the Bad Republicans are listening to the Very Bad Teabaggers, although with their mouths full all the time, who can tell what they're saying? But even so, the Bad Republicans are willing to destroy the entire country on the crazed mumblings of a group of Very Bad Teabaggers extremist terrorists who should definitely be sent to the cornfield.

Fairey Dust.

Shepard Fairey, the artist who helped catapult our Dear Beloved Leader to POTUS (Piece of Total Utter Shit), has, surprisingly, reconsidered his slavish adoration.

Thanks, Fairey.  But your "awakening" is a little late for the country.

H/T: Moonbattery

Spanking the Bear.

While there is no doubt that Putin is a bad guy, he is also sane, stern, and loves his Mother Russia, which is a far cry from our nutty professor, President Prissy Pants, who imagines himself capable of causing oceans to recede, mesmerizing people to vote for him, and deems himself worthy of receiving the Nobel Peace Prize on the come.

Putin's embassies are apparently better protected than ours. The attack hurt no one.

Al Arabiya

Unknown gunmen attacked the Russian embassy in the Libyan capital Tripoli on Wednesday, Al Arabiya correspondent reported. The sound of gunfire and rocket-propelled grenades could be heard around the embassy,
Russian embassy in Tripoli, Libya
the correspondent added.
Russia's Foreign Ministry said confirmed the attack saying none of its staff was injured.

Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Ekho Moskvy radio the attackers fired at the embassy in the Libyan capital, Tripoli, and tried to break into its grounds, Associated Press (sic)

She said that according to preliminary information no one among the embassy personnel was wounded.
None of its staff was injured.

Get that?

No. One. Was. Injured.

"What difference, at this point, does it make?"

You know, Hillary old girl, it continues to make a great deal of difference.

H/T: Weasel Zippers