April 09, 2010

Alan Grayson (D-FL) is truly one of the classiest human beings I have ever encountered

Oh sorry, I meant to say the guy is an incredible douche.

He interrupts a meeting of a Republican group, refuses to leave, insults the members, and gets upset when he sees a woman filming it. 

As Ron Burgundy would say, "Stay Classy Alan" (or (more accurately) as Ron Jeremy would say  "Blow me".)

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April 07, 2010

Some evening funneh for you

This is old, but given the fun being had at the Moron-in--Chief's place, it's worth posting again,

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April 06, 2010

Damn Those Violent Teahadis...

Oh, never mind.

"No, the risk has not increased," IRS Commissioner Douglas Shulman said. "There has been a lot of stuff in the press about increased threats, which is actually inaccurate."

Fears that IRS employees could be targets soared after a Feb. 18 incident in which a disgruntled Texas software engineer flew a small plane into the side of an IRS facility in Austin. One longtime agency employee was killed in the attack.

Some liberal groups and bloggers also have raised fears that anti-tax and anti-government rhetoric employed on talk radio and by protesters within the "tea party" movement could incite violence against IRS agents. Critics of Mr. Obama's health care reform plan in the Republican Party and the tea party movement have warned that the government plans to hire thousands more IRS agents to enforce the plan's mandate that all citizens purchase health care coverage.

But Mr. Shulman, in a luncheon address at the National Press Club, said that had not been the case.

"What there has been is increased chatter on the Internet that has an anti-government sentiment, and the issue of taxes has gotten swept into it," he said. "And there's a lot of difference between people not liking taxes, people not liking the tax system or having issues with the government, and it actually being a safety issue for my employees."

Heh. Nice to see another lefty meme fall apart.

Oh, and fuck you, lefties for spreading these lies.

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Ahem.  Ah...

*points at David Shuster again*


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April 03, 2010

Charlie Rangel: Biblical Scholar

Yeah, baby. Feel the brainpower!

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April 02, 2010

Rachel Maddow: Serious Thinker

Seriously, this is some sick and ghoulish crap, even by MSNBC standards.

During an ad for the upcoming special, footage of bloody victims from the Oklahoma City bombing appeared onscreen as an announcer wondered, "15 years later, can {Timothy}McVeigh's words help us understand today's anti-government extremists?"

Yeah. Way to win the war of ideas, Rachel.

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April Fools, redux

I know this was posted at Ace's but it needs to go viral fucking everywhere:

"Jackpot, brother!"

This piece of shit is basically saying, "Oath? What oath? Who gives a shit about an oath? I was just kidding when I said that shit. April Fools!" And the fucking Dems kept screeching about how Bu$hitler was "shredding the Constitution" for the last few years? Give me a fucking break.

I know next to nothing about Hare's Republican opponent, but even if he's a RINO, he'd be better than this anti-American (yes, I said it) asshole.

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April 01, 2010

Despite it being the warmest winter since the creation of the universe arctic sea ice levels approach normal for first time since 2001

Barring an about face by nature or adjustments, it appears that for the first time since 2001, Arctic Sea ice will hit the “normal” line as defined by the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) for this time of year.


It's almost as if these supersmart climate scientists aren't quite sure what they are doing.


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