Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Ridiculousness

Well, the Thanksgiving holiday is almost upon us, so thought I'd wrap up the comedic ridiculousness of the latest from the usual suspects before everyone ventures out to enjoy time giving thanks to the Almighty for what we've been provided (not necessarily what we desire) and feasting with family and friends. Here goes in rapid succession...


While conversing with a very intelligent, concerned & old school Democrat, Mark Levin discussed how it'd be over already but for the tea party, in which the caller praisefully agreed. And in discussing the tea party's disdain for the establishment, Levin presented a great punchline for one of FNC's regular establishment guests (listen here at 59:38)

"I heard Karl Rove today say he doesn't understand what the establishment is. Uh, look in the mirror, pal, that's one place to start!"

Amen, brother Mark!


"The only thing missing was a waitress lying down on the grave with Chris Dodd then laying down on top of the waitress. Sort of a postmortem Dodd-Kennedy waitress sandwich."

That was Rush's hilarious response to a Politico story addressing Harry Reid's odd, dementia-riddled tale of the Senate Majority Leader and Chris Dodd's visit to Ted Kennedy's grave "in the thick of negotiations" by the now-defunct Super Committee.

In the thick of the negotiations, Reid...recalled the days when deal makers could bridge the partisan divide. He visited Ted Kennedy’s grave in Arlington National Cemetery with former Sen. Chris Dodd. Dodd poured some whiskey on Kennedy’s grave while Reid recited a prayer, the majority leader told lobbyists at a meeting, according to attendees. He told the group that he missed both men.

Whiskey...grave...lobbyists...gangstas in every sense.  If this is what passes for the leadership that "could bridge the partisan divide," then damn we're doomed.


She's at it again. Via LifeNews, the supposedly devout Catholic, who adamently promotes abortion in defiance of Catholic Church teachings, is bashing the pro-life position of Catholic bishops in opposition to a potential Obama administration decision that forces insurance providers, which certain religious groups may not be exempted from, to cover birth control, contraception and drugs that could cause abortions, thus violating their moral and religious views. Once again Pelosi demagogues with straw man arguments, then goes one step further...

Pelosi says the position is akin to having hospitals “say to a woman, ‘I’m sorry you could die’ if you don’t get an abortion,” she told the Washington Post. “Those who dispute that characterization may not like the language,’’ she said, “but the truth is what I said. I’m a devout Catholic and I honor my faith and love it . . . but they have this conscience thing...”

Shame on all of us who have a conscience when it comes to snuffing out the innocent life of the unborn!  No, Nancy, shame on you for processing about as a Catholic in Name Only simply by gracing the Church with your presence.


Alright, I'm done...from RINOs to DINOs to CINOs!


ADDENDUM: Well, I guess we can throw this blitz into the mashup as well!

From Rush: "We got another Republican debate tonight. It's sponsored by the Heritage Foundation. It's gonna be moderated by Wolf Blitzer, CNN. It's gonna be broadcast by CNN... Wolf is prepping. Wolf is rehearsing. From what I'm being told, Wolf Blitzer is rehearsing various retorts to Newt Gingrich, and he and his staff are trying to think of various things that Newt might say to insult them. It's sort of like preparing for hecklers. That's what Wolf is doing to get ready..."

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