March 26, 2012

Still think another four years of The Pantload won't matter?

In a season of open-mic gaffes, The Chicago Jesus let this slip:

So think twice -- no, three times -- before you figure you stay at home in November or pull the lever for Obama as a protest against the GOP establishment and in hopes of that precious Conservative Nirvana in 2016 we all seek.

This lunatic -- unfettered by the fear of re-election -- will tag and bag this country. There will be nothing left of The United States of America  (or it's Constitution) except smoking ruins. Plan on ObamaCare becoming entrenched as yet another entitlement, an ultra-liberal SCOTUS, and him vetoing every cost-cutting budget from Congress as an effort to cement his legacy as The Black FDR.

Just sayin'.


March 20, 2012

McNaughton does The Pantload..

Jon McNaughton has departed from his political ambivalence, it seems, with his latest rendering of Obama:

..think about it. Don;t we have better things to do than quibble over the red herrings that this asshole and his re-election people throw down.

This November:



March 19, 2012

"It get's nasty, you get down to business.."

Some posts do not require any verbiage on my part..

..this is one of 'em."

Scuze me; gotta go walk the dog, y'all.


March 13, 2012

Rhymes with "DUCK"..

This is a mean post because I am in a mean mood and want to be mean..
"..two dozen, extra long, ribbed, with the reservoir tip, please.."
I am, in fact, old enough to be this young woman's GRANDfather much less her father, so I don't want to unload on this unfortunate, poverty-stricken diaphragm-deprived wench. But, I keep hearing and reading these news report about her -- most recently over at Hot Air in another fusillade by their vestal ingenue, Tina Korbe -- where Ms Fluke enunciates her intent NOT to STFU, outgassing the usual liberal, victim effluvia:
These attempts to silence women and the men who support them have clearly failed. I know this because I have received so many messages of support from across the country — women and men speaking out because they agree that contraception needs to be treated as a basic health care service.

Who are these supporters?

They are women with polycystic ovarian syndrome, who need contraception to prevent cysts from growing on their ovaries, which if unaddressed can lead to infertility and deadly ovarian cancer. They are sexual assault victims, who need contraception to prevent unwanted pregnancy.

They are Catholic women, who see no conflict between their social justice -based faith and family planning. They are new moms, whose doctors fear that another pregnancy too soon could jeopardize the mother’s health and the potential child’s health too. They are mothers and grandmothers who remember all too well what it was like to be called names decades ago, when they were fighting for a job, for health care benefits, for equality.

They are husbands, partners, boyfriends and male friends who know that without access to contraception, the women they care about can face unfair obstacles to participating in public life. And yes, they are young women of all income levels, races, classes and ethnicities who need access to contraception to control their reproduction, pursue their education and career goals and prevent unintended pregnancy. And they will not be silenced.
Permit a rasty digression from my main rant. Who are these men supporters? Hmmmm. I wonder who they could be? I mean, if I remember my misspent youth, my days in college and my nascent drunken Air Force career correctly -- and it becomes more difficult with each passing day -- these would be guys like me. You know the type, basically a huge, perpetually erect male organ stapled to an emaciated, pimple covered body in search of an -- ahem -- empty parking slot for the night.

"Uh. Yeah, sweetie. We need you to get on the pill so I don't I have to take responsibility for my warp-9 sex hyperdrive. And I don't got no bread, so the gummint has to pay for it."

(I can conjure up mental images of Scotty speaking to Captain Kirk now: "Och! Hoot mon! We've got all our power to the shields, Captain. I dinnae know if I can hold her together! Any minute now, she'll fly apart!")

Anyway, back to my main point which is the many, many times I have heard this woman's name uttered in talk-show and television pieces? It's always the same. Her name is pronounced like it rhymes with..

..or "pluck", or "stuck", or "muck" or..well, you get my drift.

Besides, any decent electronics technician knows that it should be pronounced, um, you know, like it rhymes with:

..I'm outta here.


March 9, 2012

Just the numb..

..feeling that this woman might be with us for the next four years. (Frankly, these feckless images of her are etched into my mind for all eternity.)

Pardon me while I take a gratuitous and "schadenfreudistic" swipe at the FIRST MOOCHER -- material courtesy 1LT "Sky" King, my deputy squadron commander with his his commentary and captions:

The fashionista First Lady
The Boob Belt..
..another Boob Belt..
..more of same..
..and the hits just keep on coming..
..and finally, it makes an appearance at the Tomb of the Unknown.
The  Peacock Dress..
..and the Pinata Dress.
Left to right: Princess Letizia of Spain , French First Lady Carla Bruni and,
yeppers, you guessed it – Madame Double Wide herself – sleeveless, no less!

This all adds up to our beloved, endearing, WIDE LOAD FLOTUS. What more can be said?


March 5, 2012

Just the numbers..


March 1, 2012


Andrew Breitbart is dead at age 43, our merry prankster as Hot Air's Ed Morrissey calls him, has passed away from natural causes today. I still reel at the news and cannot write anything substantive. Perhaps later when my sadness abates. I refer you to a previous post I did (not that that has any special merit) and his words below in a speech given at this past month's CPAC:

God give you rest and comfort from your battles, Andrew, and his blessing.