A Special Place In Hell

Meet Me in St. Louis

Never again for the first time.

Traveling to the United States on a tourist or business visa is a straightforward process: You apply at the local embassy or consulate, sit through an interview if someone wants to know you better, pay your fees, and done. Depending on season and demand, takes three to six weeks.

This is how nineteen of the twenty 9/11 hijackers entered our country. The twentieth arrived on a student visa.

None were refugees.

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That Time Hillary Imagined Obama’s Assassination and We All Got Upset, Like, Two Hours About It

Run bitter, run deep.

Let’s dive down the Stinque Memory Hole and revisit that fine Friday afternoon of May 23, 2008:

“My husband did not wrap up the nomination in 1992 until he won the California primary somewhere in the middle of June, right? We all remember Bobby Kennedy was assassinated in June in California. You know I just, I don’t understand it.”

Yeah, who knows what might happen in an election? My opponent might get shot!

And then, later that day:

“I regret that if my referencing that moment of trauma for our entire nation and in particular the Kennedy family was in any way offensive. I certainly had no intention of that whatsoever,” the former first lady said.

See, Mr. Trump, that’s how you do it: Put it out there, then “apologize” after the damage is done. Lucky for us you’re incompetent.

Trump says ‘Second Amendment people’ could stop Clinton [The Hill]

Burn in hell, fuckstick.

fuck you

Tears of joy.

CNN: Scalia dead.

Hey, Allah! BLOW ME!

Sorry, I can’t draw.

Congress Passes Wind Something

The teabaggers caved.

We still have a government. (Mostly).

And somewhat of an economy. (Mostly).

And Ted Cruz is still a douche. (Abso-fucking-lutely)

And John Boehner is still a spineless drunk. (Oh hayell yes).

Carry on, America and world. Nothing to see here.

What’s the over/under on the teabaggers starting impeachment proceedings by MLK Day?

Yeah, I bet you're dying for a martini or 5.


Sandy baby now thinks Bush v. Gore maybe wasn’t such a good idea.


O’Connor Questions Court’s Decision to take Bush v. Gore [Chicago Tribune]

PHOTO of JIM HOFT Person of Idiot in Orgy of Internet Shaming About to Commence

Kick me. Hard. In the nuts.

The “Gateway Pundit” is far from alone in rushing to persecute an innocent victim of the Boston Marathon bombing — Hi, Pam! — but his eagerness to visually identify the not-suspect is illustrative:

Never mind.

Let’s run down that post, taking care not to name the poor guy, who’s suffered enough…

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