Monthly Archives: September 2010

Broom Hillda’s Husband Calls Christine O’Donnell ‘The Witchcraft Lady’

Too funny — Former President Clinton, the impeached serial philanderer and perjurer who treated the Oval Office like a sperm bank and cigars as tampons, is mocking somebody else for their past comparatively innocuous dalliances:

Oh come on, Bill — you know you’d love to get yourself some of that magic potion.

Watch out, Bubba, ’cause that “witchcraft lady” is raising some serious money, and that broom might be used for sweeping instead of flying:


(h/t HAP)

Owner of Segway Dies in Slow Speed Accident

I’m guessing this will result in a new warning label on the machine:

The multi-millionaire owner of the Segway company died in a freak accident yesterday when he rode one of the high-tech two-wheel machines off a cliff and into a river.

Former miner Jimi Heselden, 62, plunged into the River Wharfe while riding around his West Yorkshire estate in Boston Spa on a rugged country version of the Segway.

He bought the firm last December and was using one of the machines – which use gyroscopes to remain upright and are controlled by the direction in which the rider leans – to inspect the grounds of his property.

Paul Blart was unable to arrive on-scene in time:


RIP, Mr. Heselden.

Moderates Organize ‘Lukewarm Beverage of Choice’ Party or Something

They blew their “moderate” cover in the first sentence:

In Washington, a new advocacy group decries ‘the tyranny of hyperpartisanship.’ And powerful New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg throws his support behind candidates willing to reach across the aisle.

Galvanized by the lightning-in-a-bottle success of conservative “tea party” candidates, moderate Republicans and others in the political center are looking for ways to push back against what they see as an advancing tide of ideological extremism.

The efforts are loosely organized and embryonic, but politicians, advocacy groups and others are piecing together a framework to promote moderate candidates and advance positions they say have been eclipsed by partisan sniping on the right and left.

Because when you think “moderate,” you think Michael Bloomberg.

Bloomberg’s a flaming liberal through-and-through, so this “anti-hyperpartisanship” push is the left’s attempt to win back the same suckers who fell for the Obama schtick in the first place but who have since run for the hills. Good luck with that.

Isn’t “reaching across the aisle” is how we ended up in this mess in the first place? No thanks.

Union Extortionists, Commies, Code Pink Harpies and Race-Baiters Converge for Moonbat-Palooza Next Saturday on the Mall

How much garbage will be in the park after this thing is over?

Stung by political setbacks and scrambling to avoid a repudiation of Democrats at the polls this November, a coalition of labor unions and liberal activist organizations is planning what it calls “the biggest progressive demonstration in decades” at the Lincoln Memorial next Saturday, October 2.

The march, called “One Nation Working Together,” is sponsored by the AFL-CIO, the NAACP, the Service Employees International Union, La Raza, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, the American Federation of Teachers, the Rainbow Push Coalition, the Campaign for America’s Future, and several other activist groups. The event is also being promoted by Organizing for America, the permanent wing of the Obama presidential campaign, which is sending out email notices to members asking that they travel to Washington to take part.

“Hundreds of thousands of people from across America will gather at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. to demonstrate our re-commitment to change,” organizers say. “The One Nation march will feature human and civil rights leaders, labor leaders, environmental and peace activists, faith leaders, celebrities and sports figures…”

In addition to the main organizers, participants will also include left-wing fringe groups like International ANSWER, Code Pink, and the Communist Party USA. The leaders of those groups are known for loud, confrontational demonstrations, which virtually assures that anyone looking for extremist elements in the One Nation gathering will be able to find them.

Wow. This is going to make Cirque du Soleil look like a Shriners convention.

And you know things must be getting desperate for the left if unions are readily agreeable to doing something on a Saturday — but maybe George Soros is paying time-and-a-half for this special occasion.

The media is out there getting their fly-eye lenses ready to help over-inflate the crowd size, precisely the opposite of what they have to do for right-wing rallies.

9/11 Truther Wacko Radio Host Tells Liz Cheney ‘Go Plan Your Father’s Funeral’

By way of The Right Scoop, freaky-deaky unlistenable “progressive” nutcase radio host Mike Malloy has the anti-Cheney rant of the day:

Exhibit 3,423 of why conservatives don’t want progressives in charge of their health care.

In other “crazy progressive hosts with lousy ratings” news, MSNBC’s Ed Schultz called Governor Christie a “cold-hearted fat slob.”

Sticking to arguing the issues like that is what will help bring the Democrats back from the brink.

Colbert Explains ‘Corn Packer’ to Congressman

It just keeps getting classier there in Washington.

As the country continues to skid out of control and unemployment and debt rise, Congress continues important and probing discussions with fictional personas from cable comedy networks:

I wanted Colbert to say, “Corn-packing is, you know, what you guys are doing to taxpayers.”

Rep. John Conyers later asked Colbert to leave (Conyers was annoyed with a colleague, not Colbert, who he called “pretty profound”):

I have a better idea — how about Colbert stays and Conyers leaves? He should go see his wife anyway — it’s visitation day.

After Colbert’s testimony about farming, Congress called in Mr. Greenjeans.

This was all taking place while Christopher Coates was testifying before the US Civil Rights Commission exposing the lies, racial bias and corruption of the Obama/Holder Justice Department.

Guess which story is getting the most media play? Colbert’s “lookie over here” appearance was so circus-like that it’s almost as if it was a planned distraction.

Yee-Ha! ‘Rope-a-Moonbat’ Day at the Chilean Rodeo


What happens when animal rights activists jump into the riding ring at a rodeo in Chili? They become part of ropin’ and wranglin’ fun:

A 17-year-old kid (or “woman”, as the press prefers to call it) is lassoed and dragged by a horseman after she and other animal rights activists entered a corral to protest against the rodeo. According to the news article linked here, the Chilean Rodeo Federation’s director “regretted what happened, but at the same time justified the attitude of the riders”.

A hog tying would have been a good finishing touch:

Can Somebody Tell Obama That Ahmadinejad Called Him a Prick So He’s Not Allowed in the Country Again?

Remind me… why is this freak allowed in the US when we’re banning people from the country for calling Obama a “prick”?

From the Guardian:

Delegates from the US and European countries walked out of the UN’s General Assembly hall during Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s speech when the Iranian president claimed “most nations” believed the US government was behind the September 11 attacks.

In his speech to the UN, Ahmadinejad said there was a theory “that some segments within the US government orchestrated the attack to reverse the declining American economy, and its grips on the Middle East, in order to save the Zionist regime.”

Well, “saving the Zionist regime” didn’t work out very well then, because American taxpayers continue to foot the personal security bill for a holocaust denier and 9/11 truther’s visits to New York.

By the way, to their credit, the US delegation walked out during Lil’ Stinky’s diatribe

I at least hope Mahmoud got to spend some quality time with Rosie O’Donnell and Charlie Sheen while he was here.

Chris Christie Handles Meg Whitman Heckler

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie was in California campaigning for Meg Whitman.

Whitman was speaking when a heckler started calling her “Arnold in a dress” and such things, and he promptly received a verbal beatdown from Christie. I don’t know if this guy even knows what hit him yet:

Sister Toldjah pointed out what makes this so sweet, especially because it happened in California:

I’m sure some of the more radical liberal feminists in California probably flipped out for a couple of reasons when they heard the news of Christie’s stepping in on behalf of Whitman: 1) They hate Whitman and Christie and likely would have rather the heckler just went on and on, and 2) the thought of a man stepping in to defend a woman is deeply offensive to uber-left wing women who believe doing so is an “insult” to independent women worldwide because – in the minds of liberal feminists, anyway – a chivalrous man is a “dominant” type who believes women should sit back, be “subservient,” and let the man fight all of her battles. Of course, in reality that is NOT in any way what chivalrous men are really all about, but in the warped minds of militant feministas, especially in California, a man stepping in to speak on behalf of a woman is considered no different from a man slapping a woman.

In California, a Republican politician getting in the face of a lib is a hate crime, so I hope Christie got out of there before he was arrested.

Maybe Ahmadinejad Can Take Her Back With Him

Can somebody please set up a meeting between Stinky and the leftist activist “hiker” he just released as a result of the new “cash for moonbats” program? She’d apparently like to shake his hand and say “Thank you, sir, may I have another?”

From the AP:

An American woman held in Iran for more than 13 months and accused of espionage says she wants to meet with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad while he’s in New York.

Sarah Shourd (shurd) told talk show host Oprah Winfrey on Thursday that she wants the Iranian leader to know that she has “no animosity towards him or towards any Iranian people.”

Shourd and her fiance, Shane Bauer, and their friend Josh Fattal were arrested while hiking near the border of Iraq and Iran. Shourd was released for humanitarian reasons, but the men remain in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison.
Shourd says “there’s just no reason for animosity.”

I was going to say “I’m sure her fiance doesn’t appreciate her cavalier attitude about this,” but if he’s half as moonbatty as she is, he’d probably agree.

Really though, what other choice do anti-Israel leftists have other than to show sympathy and understanding for the people who run a regime where guilt or innocence doesn’t matter? Having the people they love and defend throw them in prison to rot and acting completely understanding about it is a lot easier than admitting they’ve been fooling themselves all along, I suppose.