Thursday, January 22, 2009

Rush Limbaugh Invites Underage Kids Onto His Private Plane.

Rush Limbaugh in a vain attempt to assuage the ire of parents and teachers at a Minnesota elementary school where someone ran his commentary on the inauguration of President Barrack Obama, said that he’d invited fifteen of the young students to fly on his private jet. Rush vehemently tried to justify his disrespectful comments concerning the newly sworn in president, but seemed to fail miserably short of his goals saying that nobody ever really listens tohim in context. Rush’s self destructive tendencies seem to be alienating many people these days. The school principal declined the offer, citing Rushes fondness for small boys from the Dominican Republic.

Rush spent most of the day today trying to further divide the conservatives from the liberals in this country, by giving his now tiresome warnings of socialism. Proud to be a capitalist, the great man speculated on how happy he’d be not to have to pay taxes on his $400 million which has dwindled to about $300 million in the past 6 months, if only someone would be kind enough to keep all those poor people with torches and pitchforks from coming to his door.

“You’d think they were hungry, wanted an education, some health care, a place to sleep or something,” said Limbaugh. “Well they won’t get it from me!”

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Do You Reallly Have To Say More?

Lou Dobbs
, CNN News anchor
No military service.

Paul Gigot, Wall Street Journal editor
No military service.

Sean Hannity, Hannity & Colmes host
No military service.

Brit Hume, Fox News anchor
No military service.

Rush Limbaugh, Radio talk show host
No military service.

Bill O'Reilly, O'Reilly Factor host
No military service.

Michael Savage, Radio talk show host
No military service.

Ann Coulter, writer & commentator
No military service.

They use our country and our people for their own aggrandizement. They are disgusting parasites and in severe need of a brutal adjustment to reality.

Of The People, By The People And For The People

“The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries.” —Winston Churchill

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.

Kinda all depends on what is better for the greater good. And the last people who know about that are our elected Representatives and Senators who seem to be out solely for themselves.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Limbaugh Blames Obama For Recession

I’d like to know how he caused it.

And in his explanation the fat windbag ranted about how egotistical Obama is and how completely clueless he is with regard to his own ignorance of all things financial. It sounded like Rush was really describing himself in relation to the real world.

Now he has the unmitigated gall to suggest that he was talking to Obama yesterday to share his wonderful ideas. His stupid radio gag seems to have backfired and today he is justifying himself, as usual, with some lame bullshit. The turd was having lunch with Dubya and besmirched his suit with ranch salad dressing. The slob. And then Dubya and his crew present him with a birthday cake and sing Happy Birthday to him. What an asshead.

Floating around the way he does, you’d think the fat pig boy would be a little wary that someone might just get tired of his hot air and give a yank on his heart-plug.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

What Hath God Wrought?

Shepherds don’t look after sheep because they love them — although I do think some shepherds like their sheep too much. They look after their sheep so they can, first, fleece them and second, turn them into meat. That’s much more like the priesthood as I know it. —Christopher Hitchens

OK. I'll go along with the idea that without religion, the world might conceivably be a worse place. On the other hand, I'd stipulate that it might be an altogether better place if religion didn't exist at all.

One thing that's always bothered me is that, if God did exist, why does he let “men” prostitute his word? For that matter, why would he let them write his word? From the time of the Nicean Council about 300 years after the death of Jesus, madmen were gathered by the emperor Constantine to clear up the Christian mess that had been created by too may conflicting eye-witness accounts of the gospel. People who had no idea of what Christ had said or meant wrote fanciful stories they believed would be convincing to the hoards. Over two thousand years later we still have men telling us what they believe God wants for us and from us.

Well, as long as there is still a plethora of peasants out there with torches and pitchforks, I say, “Let’s get ’em!”

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

Lame Ducks Waddle Funny When They’re Drunk

A parting shot at Dubya. Thirteen more days and the door hits him in the ass on his way out of the White House, a place he’s soiled and besmirched for the last eight years. Perhaps President Obama will have it fumigated to make it livable. And he still believes he can walk out with his head held high, as if his legacy will be vindicated by history. Wars all over the place, the economy in shambles, unemployment sure to reach double digits and intenational diplomacy at an all time low for the United States. I don’t think he’ll be taking any European vacations soon.

He’s not only a lame duck, he’s a loon.