Monthly Archives: June 2010

Nat’l Enquirer Cover Way Too Gore-y

Here’s the masseuse-in-question, Molly Hagerty, who is claiming Al Gore/Mr. Stone tried to force her to climb the south face of Mt. Moonbat. She’s holding a sackful of what she says contains the crazed sex poodle’s “second chakra” droppings.

I can’t go on — getting ill… Enquiring minds no longer want to know.


I’m a little surprised she revealed her identity (unless she was paid some serious coin), because she had to know that she can now expect to be buried in a libtard-alanche of retaliatory Gorebots.

Putin Angry With US For Arresting Boris & Natasha


It’s getting so you can’t even plant spies in somebody else’s country without that country getting all wiggy about it and ruining a good relationship:

Prime Minister Vladimir V. Putin criticized American law enforcement agencies on Tuesday for breaking up an what they described as a Russian espionage ring in the United States, as other Russian officials questioned whether the arrests were intended to damage relations between the countries.

“You have come to Moscow at the exact right time,” Mr. Putin told Mr. Clinton. “Your police have gotten carried away, putting people in jail.”
“I really expect that the positive achievements that have been made in our intergovernmental relations lately will not be damaged by the latest events,” he said. “We really hope that the people who value Russian-American relations understand this.”

That Bill Clinton gets around, doesn’t he? Bubba must be serving as Obama’s front-line apology attaché these days now that Hillary’s hanging out in Ecuador bitching about Arizona.

Pooty-poot is still waiting for an apology from the US for making the Rosenbergs ride the lightning — and I’m sure he’ll get one eventually from this administration.

Joe Biden Stars in ’30 Seconds Over the Oil Spill’

HotAirPundit sums up the continuing joke that is the “from day one” Obama administration’s response to the oil spill:

Funny how V.P. Biden has plenty of time to fly to Wisconsin for a fundraiser for Russ Feingold, go to the World Cup and watch soccer, come back and play golf with Obama, but he can’t seem to find the time to listen to these Parish Presidents who are facing an absolute crisis in Louisiana.

Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser said he and other parish presidents waited three hours to meet with Biden — who “walked in, took a picture, and was on his way“:

“I thought we were gonna sit down and have a meeting… I wanted to show him my 5 point plan why the berms were important, why we have to have a long term plan… I said listen, tell the President it’s not too late, but if we don’t make some serious changes and a sense of urgency does not take hold here we will lose this war and it will be his fault.”

Imagine how much faster Biden would have blown him off if Nungesser would have told him to “lower our taxes”!

Here’s Nungesser venting his frustrations to Anderson Cooper while a featherless oil-soaked pelican looks on — oh wait, that’s James Carville — nevermind:

Franken Sketches Sessions, Sessions Returns the Favor

At the confirmation hearing for Elena Kagan yesterday, Sen. Al Franken, well aware that he’s going to vote to confirm the uber-progressive SCOTUS nominee no matter what Kagan says during questioning, had some free time, so he sketched a picture of another member of the Judiciary Committee, Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions:


Sessions saw Franken’s drawing of him, so, not to be outdone, Sessions returned the favor and sketched Franken:


Hey, that’s a good likeness.

Twitter Woes Update

Twitterers may or may not have noticed that I haven’t posted to Twitter since last Friday. The reason is that I’m unable to get to the “home” page where you write the posts. I can log in and get to everywhere else in the site, but that page won’t load (I get an “over capacity” message that sometimes appears when the site is really busy, except this has been going on for several days).

I’ve been in contact with their support people via email, and we’ve gotten nowhere. It’s been like dealing with the phone company in the 1970’s. However, I realize that I’m getting the service that I’m paying for, which is nothing — but hopefully they can think of something because it was a great tool for spreading the word about new posts and other news.

In any case, hopefully that’s back up and working soon. This seems to be a problem they haven’t encountered much, so we’ll see. If anybody has any suggestions feel free!

People Who Don’t Believe Gore Tried to Have Sex With That Masseuse are Just Like Holocaust Deniers

That’s all, really. I just wanted to see how the unwaivering followers of the hypocritical and greedy **“crazed sex poodle” like it when their own insane comparisons are thrown back at them.

Oh, and if Gore ever asks for your help in releasing his second chakra, step away quickly.

**When applying the term “crazed sex poodle” to Gore, I believe only one of those three words accurately describes him (hint: it’s not the last two).


Update: It gets better all the time: The woman who delayed in filing a complaint against Gore was allegedly told by a liberal friend not to turn him in because, without Al Gore, the world would be destroyed by global warming.

Spies Like Us: Obama Upset About Timing of Russian Spy Arrests

President Obama keeps offering up every detail about the US nuke arsenal, so I don’t really understand why the Russians feel like they need spies anymore when they can get all the info they need just by calling up the White House, but they’re still spying nonetheless:

They had lived for more than a decade in American cities and suburbs from Seattle to New York, where they seemed to be ordinary couples working ordinary jobs, chatting to the neighbors about schools and apologizing for noisy teenagers.

But on Monday, federal prosecutors accused 11 people of being part of a Russian espionage ring, living under false names and deep cover in a patient scheme to penetrate what one coded message called American “policy making circles.”

An F.B.I. investigation that began at least seven years ago culminated with the arrest on Sunday of 10 people in Yonkers, Boston and northern Virginia. The documents detailed what the authorities called the “Illegals Program,” an ambitious, long-term effort by the S.V.R., the successor to the Soviet K.G.B., to plant Russian spies in the United States to gather information and recruit more agents.

The alleged agents were directed to gather information on nuclear weapons, American policy toward Iran, C.I.A. leadership, Congressional politics and many other topics, prosecutors say. The Russian spies made contact with a former high-ranking American national security official and a nuclear weapons researcher, among others. But the charges did not include espionage, and it was unclear what secrets the suspected spy ring — which included five couples — actually managed to collect.

Predictably, Obama was concerned not about the fact that the friggin’ Russians have spies in the U.S., but rather about the timing of the arrests:

After years of F.B.I. surveillance, investigators decided to make the arrests last weekend, just after an upbeat visit to President Obama by the Russian president, Dmitri A. Medvedev, said one administration official. Mr. Obama was not happy about the timing, but investigators feared some of their targets might flee, the official said.

Why would he be unhappy about the timing? Because the news comes too close to the beginning of Obama and Medvedev’s burger summit and Twitter relationship? If the US President had been, say, Reagan, he would have ordered a burger with the Russian president, taken a bite, glared at him, and said, “So, what’s with all the spies in my country, Russkie? Tell me who set that up or the bombing begins in five minutes.”

But not Obama, who unfortunately doesn’t view the arrest of several Russian spies as evidence of an ongoing security threat from Moscow, but as a reckless distraction from his illusion of unity.

If Obama is picking up the phone right now to holler at Medvedev, it won’t be to express anger that Russia sent spies, but rather to vent frustration that the Russians were careless enough to get caught while Obama was still in the middle of his dangerously naive “reset button” charade. That’s not exactly “national security we can believe in.”

Update: Check out one of the alleged Russian spy’s newspaper commentaries — that chick is in danger of being offered a position in the Obama administration.

Smartass CEO of GE Collapses as Biden Speaks

Joe Biden is in Kentucky continuing his “Summer Recovery 2010” tour (aka “Scams Across America”), and Pluggers was speaking at GE’s Appliance Park about the stimulus boondoggle, when Jim Campbell, smartass CEO of GE Appliances and Lighting, collapsed.

Fortunately it sounds like Campbell’s going to be okay and it was just a heat-related incident, but unfortunately Campbell never got a chance to tell Biden to “lower our taxes.”

From WHAS:

Update: A spokesman for GE said that Campbell did not in fact collapse — he was just doing an impression of the Obama administration’s poll numbers.

SCOTUS Ruling: Gun Rights Prevail

The Supreme Court just announced its ruling on McDonald v. Chicago.

I’ve been keeping half an eye on the SCOTUSblog’s live coverage (yes, I’m that bored), and this just came across:

Tom: Gun rights prevail

Erin: The opinion concludes that the 14th Amendment does incorporate the Second Amendment right recognized in Heller to keep and bear arms in self defense

Tom: 5-4

Erin: Stevens dissents for himself. Breyer dissents, joined by Ginsburg and Sotomayor.

The ruling means that the 2nd Amendment of the US Constitution now applies to all 50 states (imagine that!), and local government can’t simply wave away the parts of the Constitution they don’t like. We’ll see how Chicago still tries to get around the ruling.

This is Justice Stevens’ last day, so it’s nice that he could be sent off on such a sour note for the left.

Fox News has a little more:

In its second major ruling on gun rights in three years, the Supreme Court Monday extended the federally protected right to keep and bear arms to all 50 states. The decision will be hailed by gun rights advocates and comes over the opposition of gun control groups, the city of Chicago and four justices.

Justice Samuel Alito wrote for the five justice majority saying “the right to keep and bear arms must be regarded as a substantive guarantee, not a prohibition that could be ignored so long as the States legislated in an evenhanded manner.”

The ruling builds upon the Court’s 2008 decision in D.C. v. Heller that invalidated the handgun ban in the nation’s capital. More importantly, that decision held that the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms was a right the Founders specifically delegated to individuals. The justices affirmed that decision and extended its reach to the 50 states. Today’s ruling also invalidates Chicago’s handgun ban.

And timing is everything, because today happens to be the start of the confirmation hearings for Elena “definitely not a lesbian, don’t let the haircut fool you” Kagan, who may be Stevens’ replacement.

Update: In The Windy City last weekend, over 50 people were shot, so I sure hope SCOTUS’s pro 2nd Amendment ruling doesn’t ruin the peaceful atmosphere that Chicago has established by banning guns.