Wingnut of the Day

d-list-wingnutFrom one of my favorite stops in Wingnuttia – Clown Hall:

Take Michelle Obama…please. Every time I turn around, there she is on a magazine cover. Now, normally, like the Mafia, I lay off the spouses, but inasmuch as this particular spouse attended the same racist church as her hubby for 20 years, I’ll make an exception in her case. After all, in spite of the fact that affirmative action got her an Ivy League degree and a $7,000-a-week salary and, moreover, has sent billions of dollars for no particularly good reason to Africa, she insists this is a mean country. The burning question in my circle is: if the First Family gets a female dog, will she be the First Bitch or will she have to settle for second place?

Wow – you’d think all those professional Christians over at Town Hall wouldn’t call people names. Would Jesus use language like that?

Naturally, the left-wing media is now trying to convince us that this James Brown-look-alike has all the allure, glamour and fashion sense of Jackie Kennedy.

James Brown?  Huh?

Shorter Burt Prelutsky: You black kids get off my lawn!

Townhall: Michelle Obama is a Bitch, Get It? [Huffington Post]

36 comments:

7:23 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

Is it just me or is their discourse actually degenerating further? I wouldn’t have thought it possible a month ago and yet, well, there it is. Soon the National Review is going to read like FCS post from cover to cover, stopping every few pages for photo essays on burning crosses and drawings of chimpanzees on Air Force One.

7:24 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

What’s a good Jewish boy doing on a Goyum Wingnutty website?

It would be like someone put a Pulled Pork, shrimp with cheese Sandwich on a Deli menu.

Also. Take my wife and my Jewish joke book away, please.

And seriously, doesn’t he know that black is beautiful or is he too busy making Lawn Jockeys to notice?

7:31 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Tommmcatt the Wet Sprocket: I believe the word we’re looking for is shrill.

7:37 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

We need a catchy name for this medical condition that seems to be catching on. Obama Derangement Syndrome just doesn’t do it for me.

I had Bush Tourette’s for eight years. There has to be something comparable.

(It’s so nice to have internet at home again. Thank you, Clear.)

7:43 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

Jeez, does he kiss altar boys with that filthy mouth?

7:48 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

At first glance, I thought he wrote Michelle Malkin, then I had to wonder if I was offended.

7:48 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Signal to Noise:
Obamaphobia?

7:56 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

I’m so fucking sick and tired of people saying that affirmative action got some colored person an Ivy League degree. It may get you in the door but under no circumstance – even now – does it go to class for you, take your tests and get you a degree. You still have to do all that and do it at least as well as the overprivileged legacy fucks whose mummy and daddy bought their way into Hah-vahd and Yale.

You wanna talk affirmative action? Let’s talk about John F. Kennedy Jr. who got into Brown even though he was so fucking stupid he was held back a year at his elite prep school and nearly flunked out a couple of times but wasn’t because admin didn’t want the bad publicity. Lord knows for every Michelle Robinson there are dozens of Juniors who really don’t deserve to be there but are admitted to keep the power running and pay teacher salaries for the impoverished smart kids who keep the test scores high and reputations afloat.

So yeah. Fuck you Burt Preslutsky.

7:56 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@lentinus: Hehehehehehe

8:05 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Jamie Sommers:

Don’t be weirded out or take this the wrong way, but I think I love you. Especially when you take the words out of my rant and are way more eloquent than I could have hoped to have been.

8:06 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Jamie Sommers:

If chimpy wasn’t an example of old-school WASP Affirmative Action then I don’t know the meaning of the term….

8:06 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@SanFranLefty:

I love Jamie too but I am too shy to tell.

8:11 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Tommmcatt the Wet Sprocket:
Hey now! Meritocracy is for the little people.

It’s totally unfair that you are ragging on the rich and powerful. Next thing you’ll be demanding is that they have to jump through the same hoops that the rest of us do.

8:12 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

Oh wow, have I mentioned today the awesomeness that is Matt Taibbi?

People are pissed off about this financial crisis, and about this bailout, but they’re not pissed off enough. The reality is that the worldwide economic meltdown and the bailout that followed were together a kind of revolution, a coup d’état. They cemented and formalized a political trend that has been snowballing for decades: the gradual takeover of the government by a small class of connected insiders, who used money to control elections, buy influence and systematically weaken financial regulations.

The crisis was the coup de grâce: Given virtually free rein over the economy, these same insiders first wrecked the financial world, then cunningly granted themselves nearly unlimited emergency powers to clean up their own mess. And so the gambling-addict leaders of companies like AIG end up not penniless and in jail, but with an Alien-style death grip on the Treasury and the Federal Reserve — “our partners in the government,” as Liddy put it with a shockingly casual matter-of-factness after the most recent bailout.

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/story/26793903/the_big_takeover/print

8:23 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

Speaking of Republican wignuts, Talibunny is being protested by Alaskans pissed off that she’s turning down federal money to help schools, senior citizens, the out-of-work, etc.

9:29 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@SanFranLefty: @Tommmcatt the Wet Sprocket: Well, don’t get all mushy just yet. When it comes to this particular topic, I’m just as hard on the libtards. As a mini-cynic, I heard it from both sides: the legacy kid in my freshman dorm who said I should thank him for paying for my education (major logic fail) to the Jesse Jackson fans bitching about how ungrateful Clarence Thomas was for his affirmative action Yale degree by becoming a wingnut. Although I think he’s gone off on the wrong track, I can understand how Justice Long Duc Dong could become so fucking bitter about the experience. Having read parts of Michelle Obama’s senior thesis, I find it fascinating how much their Ivy experiences had in common but how vastly divergent their reactions were.

Anyhoo, fuck the Talibunny. Has that volcano taken her and her white trash brood out yet?

9:33 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

Also, I’m going to take Burt’s “burning question in my circle” to mean that it hurts when that fucktard pees.

9:50 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

Dude is Klassy with a K K K, and stupid with a dumb, dumb, dumb.

When it first started looking like Hopey would win, we all talked about a pathetic, sad, tragic wingnut insurrection of some sort, and it didn’t happen before the inauguration, and we all relaxed a bit.

Apparently, that reaction will just take some time. The number of public wingnuts making revolutionary statements is increasing with time. Glenn Beck, Walker, Texas Ranger losing all touch with reality and offering to lead a secession, its getting worse, not better.

10:06 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Promnight: I still think these nuts are too impotent to really do anything about it. For crissakes, Beck was crying on air. Sissy Shepard Smith was mocking him on his own network.
I still haz hope the insurrection won’t actually happen. Hell, they can’t even get it together enough to form a proper circle jerk.

10:07 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

Here’s Michelle Bachman’s quote of the day: “I’m a foreign correspondent on enemy lines and I try to let everyone back here in Minnesota know exactly the nefarious activities that are taking place in Washington.

I would say there are probably 30 keepers of the flame over here …The main thing we can do right now is be foreign correspondents reporting to you from enemy lines…

I want people in Minnesota armed and dangerous on this issue of the energy tax because we need to fight back. Thomas Jefferson told us ‘having a revolution every now and then is a good thing,’ and the people – we the people – are going to have to fight back hard if we’re not going to lose our country. And I think this has the potential of changing the dynamic of freedom forever in the United States.”

She’s a member of congress and she describes going to DC to do her job as being a war correspondent in an occupied country? Geesh.

10:13 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Jamie Sommers: Oh, I agree, they can’t pull anything off, not even their own dicks. But its scary, their is a dysfunction in this society, that such large segments of it are so consumed with anger and hate.

They are mostly powerless, poor, ill-educated fucktards from the declining heartland, and thats why they are angry, the center of the country, the red states, they are fucked. So many small towns just spiraling down. They are feeling cheated that they are not getting the american dream they were promised, and they are looking for who to blame, immigrants, liberals, muslims, whatever. Just so long as they don’t have to confront the fact that all they have been told, all they beleive, is bullshit.

10:21 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@ManchuCandidate: Surely you’ve heard of Baracknophobia.

10:45 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Jamie Sommers: Add me to your list of groupies. Brilliant rant.
I’m a little surprised Burt didn’t come straight out and call her “uppity.” And people who walk around in abominations like that fucking aloha shirt should not criticize anyone’s fashion sense.
@Original Andrew: The clearest explanation I’ve heard of the whole financial mess, and how the banks basically blackmailed us into bailing them out was on the This American Life podcast bloggie linked to a couple of weeks ago. Their whole attitude can be summed up as “Nice little global economy you got there. Be a shame if something … happened to it.”

11:39 pm • Monday • March 23, 2009

@Mistress Cynica:
How is Miss Kitteh in Corvalis with the OSU vets? To bring this back to the wingnut of the day, remember that Michelle’s brother is the b-ball coach at OSU? (And I mean the “good” OSU, not the “bad” OSU…)

Oh, and not that you would think otherwise, but I have the St. Francis candle in San Francisco already lit for her and her kitty-butt. (And any other issues she has going on).

12:03 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@SanFranLefty: Gwydion is actually a “he”–my brother said it’s a good thing I don’t have kids because my son would have been beaten up every day at school. St Francis came thru — kitteh’s doing well, except he has to wear the Elizabethan ruff collar for two weeks. He’s been licking ulcerations on his butt and that’s been causing the bleeding. It’s like Paula Poundstone said, the other cats are calling him “funnel head, funnel head.” Don’t have the cytology results yet, but Dr seems pretty sure it’s not the c-word, which is what I feared. Thanks for your support and concern. It means a lot.

12:11 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@Mistress Cynica: yay! Good news!

12:35 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@Mistress Cynica:
Sorry about the gender confusion, I think of kitties as girls and doggies as boys, despite evidence to the contrary and having had numerous girl dogs and boy cats in my life. Me and my gender conditioning in Texas still needs to be undone.

So glad HE is doing well and back home. There’s nothing sadder than a furbaby in those ridiculous Elizabethan collars – my puppeh would repeatedly slam herself into the doorway trying to dislodge the collar so she could lick her sore spots and groom herself. I’m sure it’s worse for OCD kittehs who are dying about the hairballs on their hip.

12:47 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@SanFranLefty: It’s so funny — I knew a vet who did the same thing with dogs and cats.
My friend at the vet school warned me to keep an eye on him and make sure he can eat in that thing. Apparently they’ve had geniuses come into the clinic in OK who’ve all but let their animal starve because they didn’t notice the collar wouldn’t let it get to its food. SInce this is the kitteh who like to sleep on my chest every night and tuck hi head under my chin, I’m not expecting a good night’s sleep anytime soon.

1:07 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@SanFranLefty: Dyke.

1:10 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@homofascist: And speaking of dykes, can we start some affirmative action recruitment to get some lesbians in the house? WonkRefugee just doesn’t show up enough, and I haven’t been successful in my outreach to Alkibades to come back. I mean, they aren’t all over at the Jez are they?

1:19 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@homofascist: Prom’s a lesbian.

1:25 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@redmanlaw: well, there is that. But maybe we could get someone a little more butch?
(I keed, Prom–you know I love you).

1:33 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

@Mistress Cynica: Whaddya mean? Look at the haircut.

Hmmm. Maybe this is why our friends in the lesbian community never come around . . .

2:43 am • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

News from the Alternative Health Front:

SANTA FE — On her way to have a mammogram in July 2007, Ann McGrath and her partner stopped to pick up dog food at a pet store called The Critters & Me.
McGrath claims she got some bad medical advice along with the kibble, and last week she filed suit against the store owner — an old friend — saying the owner told her the mammogram would be harmful and instead persuaded her to undergo “bioresonance therapy” using a machine at the pet store that its manufacturer promotes as a tool for veterinarians.
McGrath took four treatments at The Critters & Me with the “Bicom 2000” machine. The lump in McGrath’s breast continued to grow and, the lawsuit says, the delay in getting a doctor’s treatment caused her breast cancer to progress to Stage II.

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Why do these people come here?

http://www.abqjournal.com/news/state/241045129844newsstate03-24-09.htm

2:07 pm • Tuesday • March 24, 2009

Well, I love everyone here, of course, but today, on this thread, I especially heart not only Jamie Sommers and all who sing her praises but also redmanlaw who likes, from time to time, to sow identity confusion, to the great amusement of me and undoubtedly many others.

9:21 am • Thursday • March 26, 2009

@redmanlaw: This is the kind of thing that happens when people don’t have access to qualified psychics.

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