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Location: Arlington, Virginia, United States

Monday, June 30, 2008

Did She Say "Booooooring?"

guesshoo (lanabanana; no, Suze; no...I dunno) critiqued:

"Of course, this booooooring little blog won't get much attention any more if all we can expect is more tiresome denial from the party of the dead. So sorry, Johnny."

"Boring," you say?

Oh yeah?

Check this out:

What do you think of that?

Stick around. And fasten your seatbelt.


Anonymous n lytner said...

Well, it looks like that free speech thing is a little too much for these riko dinks...they're deleting all those post which embarrass them so badly.

Rikos are always ready to give up the principles of democracy for a little security.

You're always torn between laughing at them and being horrified at their beliefs and actions.

12:19 PM  
Anonymous redneck said...

Why is the Republican Party of Texas always running away from itself?

It should be embracing its values now more than ever; it’s an election year!

The first run as of late happened when Sen. John McCain cancelled a fundraiser at the home of Clayton Williams.

Apparently, McCain’s presidential campaign was embarrassed by comments Williams made 18 years ago.

But McCain still took the $300,000 gathered with Williams’ support.

And rightly so!

So what if Williams equated rape with bad weather?

"As long as it’s inevitable, you might as well lie back and enjoy it," said the 1990 GOP gubernatorial nominee.

It’s that kind of the glass-is-half-full, silver-lining mindset that has won the Texas GOP statewide elections, well, at least after Williams’ lost the governor’s mansion to Democrat Ann Richards.

But now the Party of Lincoln is dropping vendor Jonathan Alcox and dodging the political buttons he sold at its 2008 state convention in Houston.

His buttons read, "If Obama is President... will we still call it The White House?"

Replied Texas GOP spokesman Hans Klingler, "We will not tolerate nor profit from bigotry."

But did Klingler issue an apology to Sen. Barack Obama for the Party’s lack of oversight on the vendors?


Any reference to Obama in the Party’s official statement on the matter?


The Texas Republicans just decided to donate Alcox’s $1,500 vendor rent to Midwest flood victims (i.e. the Red Cross).

In that case, why not donate to the Aryan Nation?

I mean, is there not one charity devoted to Black causes in all of Texas where the Party could have sent its money?

So why does the GOP then try at all to pretend to have a problem with bigotry?

Why can’t institutional Republicans just let their freak flag fly like former GOP spokesman Robert Black demonstrated in 1998?

Black did so in response to criticism about the Party’s denial of a booth for gay Republicans at the GOP state convention that year.

"We don’t allow pedophiles, transvestites, or cross-dressers, either," Black said bravely.

But why demonize Republicans for their strange beliefs?

Let them own their righteous ignorance!

A loud bigot knots his own noose.

— Nathan Diebenow

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd like to thank the above poster for their outstanding help in the California RNC "Get Out the Vote" 2008 Campaign. I doubt that McCain could have carried California in November w/o their support!

Gay Marriage... the gift that keeps on giving Republicans unprecedented majorities!

4:37 PM  
Blogger Phelonius said...

Well, redneck, it is interesting that you think that the Republicans in Texas perceive a problem. We have had a Republican Governor for many years now, and the Republicans maintain a majority in both chambers. Apparently the "america that is laffing" does not exist everywhere?

Frankly, Alcox screwed up, and there was a lot of resentment that he would even think about making buttons like that. The Libertarians have been hounding him on that as well, but it will likely be forgotten. Such is politics.The LP has had to fight hard in this state to keep ballot access and we are doing better this year than we have ever done.

It is also interesting that you think that donating to the red cross is a racist measure. Sad, really. Helping people in real distress is a terrible thing eh? Or maybe you are saying that the Red Cross does not help minorities? What about the Texas that openly welcomed the refugees from the Democratic Stronghold of New Orleans with open arms? While Ray was bitching about his own incompetence, other people were going way out of their way to be helpful. I personally participated in the relief efforts here in Dallas, and I saw nothing like bigotry. In fact, Dems, Republicans and third party members were working hard together to make sure that those folks had something like hope. Not that Nagan and that idiot Governor they had in Louisiana were any help.

As far as Williams goes, make a note that he was not elected even in a state that was largely Republican. What he said was so stupid that he had no chance at the Governorship, and that ticket to oblivion was validated at the polls. I had no great affection for Anne Richards, but she was not a bad Governor. Like Bush, and the Current "Governor Haircut," she remained scandal free and kept the state budgets within reason.

Something that you may not understand about Texas is that the Democrats here are rather conservative financially and the Republicans are fairly moderate by most standards. As a result, the House maintains a 79 to 70 advantage for the Republicans, and the Senate has a 20 to 11 advantage for them. In general there is not an egregious amount of infighting except when one party or the other begins to re-draw the election districts.

8:05 PM  
Blogger Phelonius said...

n lytner,

Now hang on there a minute hombre. You said:

"You're always torn between laughing at them and being horrified at their beliefs and actions."

You may be, but my political universe is governed by something called law.

The LP has long maintained that what consenting adults do in their own homes makes no difference as long as it does not involve taking away the rights of others to live as they please. We do not think that government should have any say in who marries who, whether it is same-sex, polygamy, or if some idiot wants to marry his dog. Well, ok, perhaps not an animal as it cannot protect itself, but you get the idea.

Along these lines, it is ok for a party to oppose gay marriage, and it is ok for a party to support gay marriage. Being a Roman Catholic, there is no place where the government should be able to tell the RC Church that they must accept gay marriage, for example. That is a religious ideal and we have the right to believe that.

At the same time it is ok for other religions to support that if they should desire to do that.

There is nothing in the Constitution that supports either view, nor should it. Same with abortion and the death penalty. Those are questions that the various states should be able to answer.

The question I think for you is why do you insist that yours is the only viable viewpoint? You accuse many others of many things, but you have no ability to see things along Constitutional law. Be horrified and laugh if that is your wont, I suppose, but people that oppose you on these issues have a right and duty to express their opinions via the ballot box.

9:29 PM  
Anonymous n lytner said...

Gay Marriage... the gift that keeps on giving Republicans unprecedented majorities!

A point well taken.

You will continue to receive the bigot vote due to this.

But it's a two edged sword.

By the same token, we will continue to receive the votes of decent sophisticated people.

So, you continue to be the party of trogs and grotesques, a strategy which has made you the laughing stock of the world, and a bloated corpse on the American political scene.

10:48 PM  
Blogger Phelonius said...

2. and the whole genetic crowd of misfits that spawned your mitochondrial line since the last ice age
3. freaks.....refer to item two

Bullies do not frighten adults, and neither does politics. Be scared if you like and call names and look for excuses to hate defending our children. Little bloggers and playwrites and article writers huddling in their apartments and needing real men and women to rescue them from the bad guys sometimes forget their manners and bad-mouth their own protectors. Children do that all the time.

9:04 PM  
Anonymous wheres deferment dick? said...

This line was most interesting:

Asked which party they trusted most to handle important issues, the military families chose Democrats over Republicans 39-35 percent, compared to a 39-31 percent ratio among the general population.

10:20 PM  
Anonymous prof edvard teller said...

Yas!! Tellink, weeeery tellink!

10:21 PM  
Blogger nanc said...

holy crappe!

i've been missing much while broken - where'd the moonbats come from, john? i acquired a couple also - seems they're out en force lately - trying to get the vote out?

thought i'd come by and say happy fourth and then hobble back over to my place...


7:56 AM  
Blogger Kelly said...

You should go back a few entries to really get a grasp of this. Some of us have been getting some good laughs behind the scenes.

11:06 AM  
Blogger John said...

Troll sneered:

"Well, it looks like that free speech thing is a little too much for these riko dinks...they're deleting all those post which embarrass them so badly."

That's a projection of its own impulses. In the June 10 post "Encore," it was proven:

"As the hosts of Ape Land (i.e. the blog of The Liberal Avenger), with certain powers at their command, the apes choose not to argue with their conservative guests on a point-by-point basis, as is expected in a political blog, or even just ignore the warranted rebuttals, but instead--after initially responding by firing warning salvos of insults like "a*****e"-- sadistically indulge themselves with the devilish instruments at their disposal-- e.g. the dreaded "Disemvoweler" and the sinister "Scratcher"-- to silence the reasoning opposition.

One does not need to wonder how they would deal with political opposition--from Republicans to Conservatives to Pro-Intervensionists to Creationists to Pro-Lifers to those opposed to Same-Sex Marriage-- were they given real political power, because they demonstrate their Mediaeval inclinations--right before your eyes-- in Ape Land.

As for how they would deal with the despised, milk-&-cookies, notoriously-law abiding and tax-paying American Fundamentalist Christians, one thinks of how the Roman Emperor Nero dealt with the hated faith.

Sick took the censorship one step further:

While the Disemvowler and the Scratcher make plain that the actual quote has been tampered with, Sick deleted an entire comment by Republicus and typed in new words where the comment was under the handle of Republicus, quite literally putting words in Republicus' mouth that were not said.

These are the belligerent, fascist primates posing as "liberal" Champions of "Free Speech" and "Diversity" and "Tolerance" and "Anti-War" and "Intellectualism" who deem themselves fit to dictate on the World Wide Web how fascistic, anti-Free Speech, anti-Diversity, anti-intellectual, and intolerant the war-mongering Bush Administration--and conservative "wingnuts" everywhere-- allegedly are."

These trolls run to their Big Pharma propaganda factories (Daily Kos, Common Dreams, Antiwar, Moveon, etc.), get their dailty doses, and then run around pushing them on everyone else. They can't help themselves.

Besides those, all they can do is "hahahaha" and spew insults.

Let them. This is a drug-free zone, though.

The economy has problems and your well-measured host cannot venture a prediction either way, but can confidently say that the Doomsday scenarios they're are highly exaggerated and have been getting peddled since Bush's first term.

Then, they sounded just as grinm (and celebrated) as they sound now but had nothing to do with the problems encountered now (then it was unemployment--"The worse job loss since the Great Depression"--and the "simultaneous bankruptcy of the fifty states and the National treasury to boot.

They were hyped-up lies spewed for the purpose of denying Bush a second term (for "destroying the economy in the first).

Then we had an excellent expansion that employed and housed everyone and pushed the DOW over the records made during the stupendous Clinton era (and saved him from removal from office, because "It's the economy, stupid").

That humiliated them and they spent that loudly clamoring about the alleged outing of America's own James Bond (whatever)--Valerie Plame and, of course, "Bush the Liar" (petty revenge after their hero Clinton was impeached for perjury).

So anyway, now they're doing it again for, first and foremost, hateful, petty, vindictiveness, and, two, to talk down the economy in order to depress consumer confidence (which is a large driver of the economy).

The lowered consumer confidence numbers shows that their propaganda is working (those numbers are worse than the economic reality warrants).

That they screamed treason because Bush was supposedly "talking down the economy" in 2000 when he warned about a looming recession only proves what shamelessly projecting partisan lowlifes they are.

11:50 AM  
Blogger John said...

75% blame Bush's policies for deteriorating economy."

Note how the emphasis is on perception, not reality.

Note also the heckling, unbridled glee that "Everyone blames Bush" (deservedly or not).

11:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

haha...even Da Troops PERCEIVE the Bushites to be disastrous...I guess that post was too embarrassing...and suddenly disappeared behind a red monkey face:

Iraq undercuts Republican support among military
Published: Wednesday July 2, 2008

A Los Angeles Times survey of 1,467 people, including 631 soldiers, veterans and their families, in late 2007 found that 57 percent of military respondents believed the Iraq war was not worth fighting -- nearly the same as the overall population (60 percent).

Asked which party they trusted most to handle important issues, the military families chose Democrats over Republicans 39-35 percent, compared to a 39-31 percent ratio among the general population.

In its annual reader surveys, the Military Times specialist news group found Bush's approval rate among the military had plummeted from 60 percent in 2005 to just 48 percent in 2007.

The issue is a sensitive one, as the Bush administration has been repeatedly accused of failing to provide sufficient equipment and care for US soldiers.

1:15 PM  
Anonymous amherst doll said...

Don't you hate to pee in their koolaid?

No, it's kind of fun.

1:18 PM  
Anonymous a d said...

Note also the heckling, unbridled glee that "Everyone blames Bush" (deservedly or not).

Yes, it is a real kick...especially since it includes the grown up half of the GOP!

1:21 PM  
Blogger John said...

We'll see who gets the lion's share of the military votes, nitwit.

And you can believe and/or lie about the economy and Iraq all you want, liar.

The Truth will prevail (sooner or later).

You and your little ary of malcontents will never amount to anything more than nuisances no matter who wins, anyway.

Obama already has to talk like a conservative if he hopes to have any chance of winning.

He's either being a lying phony and you know it but approve, anyway (because fooling people is in your playbook), or, like Orson the pig and Bill Clinton, once installed they're going to triangulate rightward and dress up and walk on two legs like conservatives and leave you enabling suckers pecking and scratching around in the dirt for any table scraps they toss out.

Wretched fool.

2:06 PM  
Blogger John said...

Obama campaign stooges evicted some head-scarf wearing Muslim women from a speech because they didn't want them to be televised behind him.

Obama recently sided with the most conservative members of the senate who called for the death penalty for child rapists.

Obama sounded like Charlton Heston championing the 2nd Amendment when he upheld gun rights.

Why is he sounding off like a conservative if conservatism is "dead" and conservatives the "laughingstock of the world?"

Why won't he say "I'm a fire-breathing liberal and damn proud of it," but instead lets others make that case for him?

Because liberals are lowlifes and anytime they want national power and prestige they have to pretend they're conservative, that's why.

And you're clueless or a lying villain.

2:22 PM  
Blogger John said...

Whoa. Barack's antigay marriage, too.

Shore sounds like a conservative ta me, pa.

Why are you giving him a pass on all that?

Do you know he's lying to win (and some lies are good lies if they enable that)?

Or do you agree with his announced states rights, pro-gun, pro-Death Penalty, and anti-gay marriage (or "homophobic") positions, fool?

2:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the poooor guy is in a state of agitated desperation

he just cant call enough names

of course o is lying

like granpappy is lying

o is doing it because hes going for the fifty state victory

pappy is doing it because its second nature

like when he made that propagands for the commies

i dont like any of the whore assholes

but i dont want the senile nazi

even more than i dont want the most liberal conservative in the senate

2:57 PM  
Blogger John said...

Hi laaaaaaaaaaana. :)

" doing it because hes going for the fifty state victory."

RU sure it's not 47 states?

btw, Obama's going to "rephrase" his position on Iraq soon.


3:14 PM  
Blogger John said...

Whoa. Barack likes Bush's Faith-Based Initiative.

Isn't that what first invited the charge of "Christo-facist" from you ne'er-do-wells?



6:47 PM  
Blogger John said...

"o is doing it because hes going for the fifty state victory"

So it has nothing to do with honesty, integrity, and a "new politics."

It's the ol' lefty "whatever it takes" and "win at any cost."

In the backwards bizarro world of the Left:

"It's not how you play the game, but whether you win or lose."

In other words, lie and cheat, and don't worry about losing your soul if you win, because there is no soul on the Left--even if you're black.

And JFK was quite conservative when he said: "Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country."

In bizzaro world:

"Ask not what you can do for your country, but what has your country done for you lately."

6:55 PM  
Anonymous big one said...

Mr. Obama is in Butte, America this weekend...he'll take that state and most of the west. He knows how to do unto others before they...

goddamn it's time we had one like him who knows how to shove it to the evil scumbags...

He makes them whine so mawkishly...

so sophomorically,

so laughably

pretending pappy ain't an undead freak from hell.

10:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Butte, America? Is that near Tits, North Dakota?

Canadians. Completely ignorant of American geography...

7:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A blueprint for rebuilding the Republican party:

12:25 PM  
Anonymous pigpig...come pig... said...

Gaaaawd...hadn't heard of Butte, America?

Somebody's ignorant...and sheeeeep stewepid.

That's a GOPiggy for you...

Here's another:

If you need to disprove the notion that US war-hero means good leader, look no further than Mr. "Top Gun" himself: Duke Cunningham. Cunningham was probably the greatest fighter ace of the Jet Age. His encounter, and kill, of Col. Tomb (the top N. Vietnamese fighter ace) is still studied by all fighter pilots. Well, Duke got elected to congress and was so corrupt that he actually had a written menu of the costs for various types of corruption. For example, if your military contract needed a little "help" to get through the appropriations committee, Mr. Cunningham would change you X dollars. Duke cried as they took him off to jail.

Supposedly, in his plea bargain, "Top Gun" Cunningham, agreed to wear a wire to implicate other corrupt congressmen. Funny how the prosecutor was fired by the Bush justice department, and the new prosecutor hasn't brought any more charges.

I guess, by Republican standards, war-hero, "Top Gun", Cunningham is still presidential timbre, simply by virtue of his service record.

And McCain wasn't even a good pilot.

12:38 PM  
Blogger Phelonius said...

"And McCain wasn't even a good pilot."

I remember the day when even talking nice about a vietnam vet was a terrible thing to do.

I did not like that then, and I think it is is a disgrace now all of these years later.

How do you know what kind of combat pilot he was?

You have done this? I think not. Tell us, OH LEFTY GENIUS, what it takes to fly a combat mission over enemy grounds?

You call us yellow, but you are the worst kind of coward. You can call names, can't you? You do that well.

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Steve said...

re: John McCain is beginning to lose my vote:

10:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

JFK was never conservative - I went to school in Washington and I recall JFK's assisstant Sorenson come to our class and retail all the hatred the right directed against Kennedy - They attacked him on civil rights the most - and they mocked his war record in an manner unseen until Carter and Kerry had their military records attacked. While everyone now recalls the recent smears - they forget the early smears against JFK

10:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is very instructive to look at the list of congressmen and other leaders who have actually served this country.

It is overwhelmingly made up of Democrats.

10:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This moron actually does not know McCain was a living disaster as a pilot?

McCain single handedly Lost Five Military Aircraft!!!

McCain was to eventually lose 5 military aircraft, the first during a training flight in 1958 when he plunged into Corpus Christi Bay while trying to land. The Navy ignored the crash by the Admiral's son and graduated McCain anyway in 1960.

While deployed in the Mediterranean, the hard partying McCain lost a second aircraft. Timberg described the crash: “Flying too low over the Iberian Peninsula, he took out some power lines which led to a spate of newspaper stories in which he was predictably identified as the son of an admiral.” Incredibly, he was allowed to take over a third aircraft!!

... which he lost while flying a Navy trainer solo to Philadelphia for an Army-Navy football game.

That's right...flying to a football game!! McCain parachuted onto a beach moments before his plane slammed into a clump of trees.

McCain lost his fourth plane on board the Forrestal on July 29, 1967 when a rocket inadvertently slammed into his bomb laden jet. McCain escaped, but the explosions that followed killed 134 sailors. McCain was transferred from the badly damaged Forrestal to the USS Oriskany. Shortly afterwards, on Oct. 26, 1967, he was shot down -- losing a fifth plane -- and captured by the Vietnamese where he made communist propaganda messages for his captors.

Wouldn't it have been much better if this incompetent fool had never been allowed near an aircraft?

10:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think that is unfair to McCain.

It should be noted - many of the notorious Swift Boat types were first linked to a similar smear against McCain in 2000.

It's - er, uh, one of the few bets T Boone Pickens regrets taking up:

11:13 PM  
Blogger John said...

"JFK was never conservative."

I said he was "quite conservative when he said..." ansd juxtaposed that with the liberal inverse.

And juxtaposed with today's belligerent, unhinged "antiwar" liberal, JFK was practically a neocon.

He's the guy who escalated Ike's "advisory" intervention in Vietnam to a war.

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Somebody's ignorant...and sheeeeep stewepid....

...and THAT person not only thinks there's a Butte, America, but also bets on America's Team when he goes to Sin City.

3:30 PM  
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Just one page from Google, baboon...there are only 3,720,000 more references!!!
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7:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LOL! It's Butte, MONTANA, Mr. Canuck! Look it up on a MAP!

btw- Do you still send your Christmas list to Santa at the North Pole?

8:58 AM  
Blogger Kelly said...

Not only that, FJ, but he couldn't even take the time to EDIT his cut and paste.

4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahahahahahah..duh, is it rilly Butte, Mt.?!!

You incredibly stupid piece of shit, how do you manage to type a sentence?

It is also known -- famously, and by every sentient being for its unique history -- as Butte, America, you defective can you possibly still not know that?

3:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why would anyone have taken the time to EDIT the entry, simp?

gotta real deeeep reason for us?

3:44 PM  
Anonymous freek sho fan said...

they still think there's some guy from canada on here!!!!

these freaks are too fucking funny

uh, like, uh, canada...uh that aint canada america is it?

3:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If anyone needs me, I'll be in the Big Apple next week. That's in Canada, btw. Oh, but you knew that. LOL!

6:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What? You DIDN'T know that?

You're right, my alien invader friends, there is no sentient life on this planet!

6:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Butte, America thread is a classic. I've got to lift that and publish it.

You'd think when a guy was shown up as that level of fool that he'd just disappear...especially since it was so commonly used as a political metaphor for Obama's popularity in the red states over the July 4th holidays.

I guess he is secure in the knowledge that the three other fans on here are as stupid as he is.It's kind of an object lesson on the kind of totally hapless fools who are left on the Jonestown right. May they all soon meet the same end...politically speaking, of course.

7:52 PM  
Blogger John said...

"...especially since it was so commonly used as a political metaphor for Obama's popularity in the red states over the July 4th holidays."

Yes. How "patriotic."

Hey, waitaminnit...

10:39 PM  

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