Posts tagged ‘right-wing’

September 14, 2012

Mitt Romney Hugged by a…. Commoner??

Mitt Romney often looks as if he is uncomfortable around regular, everyday people. His grins tend to resemble that of a grimace. What would happen if a voter gave him a big bear hug, and swept him from his feet???

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November 9, 2010

Palin Lashes Out At WSJ Reporter, Misquotes Story


Facts and Palin just don’t mix.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

::impersonates Tina Fey impersonating Sarah Palin::

 

There goes the LAME STREAM MEDIA again and their fact checking and using the words that come out of my mouth to prove that I haven’t a clue of what I’m talking about. The important thing here is not that my data is, in fact wrong, it’s that the American people get that I’m a real person, just like they are; and, also, too, Mister Fancy Elitist_Pants Wall Street Journal Guy with your fat_juicy steaks and succulant (succulent) lobsters every night for dinner, real people like me notice when our food prices rise 0.011111% from the previous year. Perhaps that’s not a lot where YOU live, but I absolutely refudiate and refuke (rebuke) everything that passes through your educated lips as I am a TRUE American scraping by like everyone else and if it wasn’t for the hundreds of thousands of dollars I make at speaking arrangements I would be on the streets, in line for free government cheese and chicken broth, waiting for retirement age so that I could live off of Medicare and Social Security.

The LSM just don’t get it!

September 15, 2009

Cross Wielding Teabagger + Voices of the Teabagger Movement. (Video)

Yes America, it’s true.  The media is giving power to the most ignorant segment of our country. Of course, the first clue that these people were not the brightest bulbs in the chandelier is when they decided to call themselves “Teabaggers.” While they may be a great source of entertainment for those of us who have more than two brain cells to bump together, the topic of health care is an important one. These people are grossly uninformed, misinformed, and  generally motivated by their fear of the unknown. Never once do they consider that perhaps they know so little because they are so overwhelmingly brainless. Oh, and that they refuse to get their news from anywhere other than right-wing propagandists and Fox News – who are bought and paid for by the same corporations that have brought us to the brink of disaster.

Teabagger, Remember when we used to burn these??

Teabagger, "Remember when we used to burn these??" No, he didn't actually SAY that...

Video Highlights:

They believe that czars are bad, generally because it is an unfamiliar word in their vocabulary. When informed that Reagan also used czars, and that czars were expanded under George W. Bush, the crowd expressed dumbfounded confusion and disbelief. Their level of skepticism increased further as they were educated on the roles of the czars here in America. That they wield no executive power and act as advisers.  Not to mention that most of them have been confirmed! Dubiously, one man questioned, “and you know this how?” If Glenn Beck didn’t say it, it must not be true. One woman worried about whether or not they are given land to lord over (like those czars that Caesar had back in “Roman Times.” )

Another deep thinker also contributed to the discussion about czars, stating that, “in Russia, czars are kings. I want people to know that in America, Jesus is king.'” I wish that the guy interviewing her would have said, “many people believe that Jesus was a socialist.” But, he may not have gotten out of there alive.

Other Highlights:

A man goes on and on about abortions and how black women make up a high percentage of said abortions. But this has nothing to do with race.

A man wielding a wooden cross, typically used for cross burnings by the KKK, states that he had no clue that the rally was going on. He goes on to ask the people around him if they wanted to sign the cross, which already had several signatures. But, this has nothing to do with race.

More mention of President Obama being a Muslim, and not a Christian as he states. But, this has nothing to do with race.

A man holds up a tall sign that proudly states, “Joe Wilson for President.” He changed his mind after he was informed that Joe Wilson actually voted to pay the hospital bills of illegal immigrants that visited the Emergency Room – with taxpayers money.

A man states that there are simply not enough doctors in America for everyone to receive health care. That we would be 200,000 doctors short!  When asked what should be done for the millions of Americans who lack coverage, he didn’t have a solution. Especially when there is no solution that would conjure up more doctors. In other words, those without health care, feel free to rot.

A woman states her belief that President Obama is interested in building an army of 2 million people who will be as well armed as the military. She goes on the repeat the false claim, even as she is corrected. I guess she also believes in FEMA Death Camps.

A man states that Hitler wooed all with his fancy words, just like President Obama. Does this mean that all educated men with charisma should be out of the question for the presidency in the future?

A woman whose been in the health care industry 20 years claims that the, “Bury Obamacare with Kennedy” signs are simply “sarcastic.” While another individual  goes on to state that the sign was okay, because the Kennedy’s had “done other stuff too,” though he could not think of any of that stuff “off the bat.”

And finally, ignoramuses attending the rally believe that being a communist, fascist, and socialist are all the same thing. Practically interchangeable. To top it off, when further questioned about just WHY they are protesting, most of them can’t come up with an even halfway coherent response.

::sighs::

There are other blatant examples of the overall ignorance of the crowd. All brought together by the hard work of Glenn Beck and Faux News.

These are the people keeping us from having a REAL health care debate. And their “representatives” are allowing it to happen!

At the end of the video, a woman is in a tizzy about how she is frustrated that they aren’t being listened to by the government, as a whole…

God help us if they ever are.



September 13, 2009

Joe Wilson Voted To Provide Taxpayer Money For Illegal Immigrants’ Healthcare


Surprise, surprise. So, he was for it before he was against it? Joe Wilson’s bridge to no where.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

September 7, 2009

REPUBLICANS – Please keep your children home from school tomorrow!

Lest, they may learn something.

The White House has released the text of the official speech that Barack Obama will deliver to schoolchildren tomorrow. Read it here.

Republicans, struggling to find a way to demonize a speech that is about staying in school, taking control of your destiny, and overall responsibility, have stooped to the level of actually counting how many times President Obama  said certain words.

I kid you not, republicans on the internets are all atwitter over how many times Obama said the word “I” vs how many times he said “Nation. “

Don’t believe me? Just Google the following:

  • 56 iterations of “I”
  • 19 iterations of “school”
  • 10 iterations of “education”
  • 8 iterations of “responsibility”
  • 7 iterations of “country”
  • 5 iterations each of “parents”, “teachers”
  • 3 iterations of “nation

Missing from this petty little rundown, of course… is any variant of the word “you.” Such a count of that word may reiterate what we with actual intelligence already knew. This speech is not about the president at all.

While I really was not in the mood to separately plug in each and every variant of the word, “YOU,” I did count that the president referenced “you” over 200 times. ie, you, your, you’re, you’ll, you’ve, yourself, etc. Others have said he plainly said “you” 93 times. I will take their word for it. Not to mention that country and nation are essentially the same thing.  They also conveniently didn’t tack on “America” to the list.

Yes. This is what our nation has come to.  Republicans have us counting words to counter their ridiculous attacks on anything that comes out of Barack Obama’s mouth. Those on the right will do any and everything under the sun to ATTEMPT to diminish our current president and his administration. Even if it is something as simple-minded and petty as counting how many times he said certain words in a speech. They may want to reconsider this whole “playing a game of numbers” thing. It’s one that they can not win.

They are also claiming that it can not possibly be the “original” speech! While they also can not possibly prove what never existed, they damn sure will try. I mean clearly he was planning to stand there and tell  schoolchildren that they needed to fight for socialist health care, tax increases, and handouts for the lazy. Thank God the fright-wing stepped in before he indoctrinated all the nations children and they went home with whited out eyes and spouting fangs.

Finally, they cling to this phrase provided in materials to accompany this speech.

A bullet point for activities after the speech used to say, “Write letters to themselves about what they can do to help the president. These would be collected and redistributed at an appropriate later date by the teacher to make students accountable to their goals.”

How dare the president ask the citizens of this country and their children to make a positive contribution! In the minds of the fright-wing, of course, this means that he wanted the children to write him to tell him how they would make sure that his socialist agenda is achieved. Starting with making sure that every child in their class… has an equal turn on the swing set.  Or something.

The verbiage has since been changed to:

“Write letters to themselves about how they can achieve their short–term and long–term education goals. These would be collected and redistributed at an appropriate later date by the teacher to make students accountable to their goals.”

Phew! Thank God!

In the end, what can we say? The only way to insure that the right-wing continue to have a base is to make sure that schoolchildren living in republican households remain illiterate for decades, if not centuries, to come.  Therefore, encouraging truancy will do just that.

Republicans, I implore you. Continue the good fight!