I know what you’re thinking: Wouldn’t a movie that was just the phrase, “Oh, grow the fuck up,” be really boring to watch for two hours? Well, guess what? They shot some pictures for this piece of shit and actually strung them together.
Posts Tagged ‘ghey’
Posted in TRAAIIIIINS, tagged birthers, cranky, fail, fat, funny, ghey, GOP, media, politics, retarded, stupid, teabaggers, teabagging, trains are AWESOME, Who is John Galt?, wrong, You're all idiots on March 29, 2011| 2 Comments »
Posted in R.I.P.G.O.P., tagged Alabama, American Taliban, Barack Obama, Christianity, ethnic intolerance, fundamentalism, ghey, hate, politics, religion, retarded, Robert Bentley, stupid, The South on January 18, 2011| Leave a Comment »
The American Taliban strikes again, not surprisingly in Alabama, where Gov.-elect Robert Bentley (R) told a Martin Luther King Day crowd that they were all his brothers and sisters – if and only if they are Christian and have “been saved.”
Yes, on a day dedicated to teaching justice, equality, togetherness and unity, the future governor of Alabama took it upon himself to say that although he doesn’t see color, he just can’t be friends with someone who’s different than him.
I was elected as a Republican candidate. But once I became governor … I became the governor of all the people. I intend to live up to that. I am color blind,” Bentley said in a short speech given about an hour after he took the oath of office as governor.
Then Bentley, who for years has been a deacon at First Baptist Church in Tuscaloosa, gave what sounded like an altar call.
“There may be some people here today who do not have living within them the Holy Spirit,” Bentley said. ”But if you have been adopted in God’s family like I have, and like you have if you’re a Christian and if you’re saved, and the Holy Spirit lives within you just like the Holy Spirit lives within me, then you know what that makes? It makes you and me brothers. And it makes you and me brother and sister.”
Posted in Sarah Palin said something else stupid, tagged death, disingenuous, fail, fear, ghey, Jesus, media, politics, racism, retarded, Sarah Palin, stupid, teabaggers, teabagging, USA, wrong on January 12, 2011| 1 Comment »
It’s bad enough that you’ve likely convinced a bunch of dumb, fat white guys out there who want to fuck you that you’d make a good president. But seriously, just stop being a horrible, ignorant, intolerant, pandering former half-term governor.
There are times on this site when we think we shouldn’t call Sarah Palin names because, you know, we have employers and eventually we’ll want to get new jobs somewhere else or get fired and then need to find a new job and someday a future employer will look at this website and say, “This person’s nuts. We can’t hire someone who’s NUTS.” (BTW, that’s what the Fat American people should say at the polls in 2012 when Sarah Palin runs for president on the Teabagger ticket.)
But then we see Palin’s stupid Luke Wilson jaw and her dumb, smug face and we lose our minds. She can’t DO ANYTHING BUT INCITE FEAR AND HATRED.
And you know what? She’s not entirely stupid because she’s smart enough to know that “blood libel” is a code phrase to anti-Semites across this country. She’s smart enough to know that it’s a wink to people who hate, people who eat up her garbage, people who just can’t stand that a black man is president.
Posted in You can't possibly be that stupid, tagged Census, David Vitter, diapers, ghey, GOP, Hurricane Katrina, illegal immigrants, Mexicans, politics, prostitutes, retarded, stupid on December 21, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Are illegal immigrants the new Hitler? Perhaps! Are they the go-to bogeyman for whatever ails us? Probably!
Issue ONE: Apparently the Census data was released today, and crummy crazy-person states are poised to pick up like a million seats in Congress because everyone is leaving New York and moving to Utah. (What?) Maybe it’s for the warm weather or open spaces. Maybe it’s to get away from traffic or to find cheaper housing.
Louisiana Sen. David Vitter (R) blamed illegal immigrants for his state’s having lost a congressional seat in the Census Bureau’s reapportionment.
Vitter said that Louisiana had lost a seat because other states were welcoming of illegal immigrants, who were in turn counted in population totals used to determine the number of seats in Congress each state is allowed in the next 10 years.
Former lobbyist, Gov. Haley Barbour (R-Miss.) is constantly kicked around as a Republican presidential candidate. And sure, why not.
He’s white, fat, and like the most recent Republican president, can’t really figure out what the big deal was about civil rights. I mean, really, why are all those black people still so bent out of shape!? Can’t they just stop holding a grudge, already!?
Here’s Haley Barbour – the popularly-elected governor of a southern state – on the pre-civil rights era in Mississippi:
Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour says he doesn’t remember the Civil Rights era being “that bad,” citing his attendance at a Martin Luther King Jr. rally nearly 50 years ago.
“I just don’t remember it as being that bad,” Barbour (R), 63, told the conservative Weekly Standard, which did a lengthy profile on the governor. “I remember Martin Luther King came to town, in ’62. He spoke out at the old fairground and it was full of people, black and white.”
And, to be fair, for a white kid in Mississippi, that time period probably wasn’t “that bad.”
According to a new study conducted by the University of Maryland, “Fox News viewers were ‘significantly’ more likely than non-viewers to erroneously believe false information about the economy, taxes, climate change, bailouts and whether President Obama was born in the United States.”
Yes, apparently political propaganda thinly disguised as news and shamelessly used to fearmonger does not make for the most informed viewers. Take it away science:
Those who watched Fox News almost daily were significantly more likely than those who never watched it to believe that most economists estimate the stimulus caused job losses (12 points more likely), most economists have estimated the health care law will worsen the deficit (31 points), the economy is getting worse (26 points), most scientists do not agree that climate change is occurring (30 points), the stimulus legislation did not include any tax cuts (14 points), their own income taxes have gone up (14 points), the auto bailout only occurred under Obama (13 points), when TARP came up for a vote most Republicans opposed it (12 points) and that it is not clear that Obama was born in the United States (31 points). The effect was also not simply a function of partisan bias, as people who voted Democratic and watched Fox News were also more likely to have such misinformation than those who did not watch it — though by a lesser margin than those who voted Republican.
Posted in A good day for America is a bad day for the GOP, tagged Colin Powell, Congress, DADT, Duncan Hunter, ghey, homophobia, Louie Gohmert, Mike Mullen, military, politics, Robert Gates, stupid, the gays on December 16, 2010| 3 Comments »
While Senate Republicans complain that having to work before (and during the week after) Christmas is “sacrilegious,” the House of Representatives yesterday debated whether gay servicemen and women should be allowed to serve openly in the military. It was an interesting juxtaposition because: you know who else works right before (and during the week after) Christmas? Troops! Soldiers sent to Iraq and Afghanistan by Jon Kyl and Jim DeMint! They even do it without complaining and whining that they’re being punished because of their religious beliefs!
Of course, we digress. The point is: if the Republicans think having to, you know, do their job is some sort of religious persecution, what do you think they’ll think about gays in the military? Here’s a sampling.
This is from Duncan Hunter, who got his job after his dad – who has the same name – retired from the same seat:
The United States military is not the YMCA. It’s something special. [This is] a liberal crusade to create a utopia.”
A Village People reference…on the floor of the House…from a member of Congress. Lovely.