Sunday, October 3, 2010

injaynesworld it's the "Sunday Recap..."

The size of the crowd at Saturday’s “One Nation” rally on the Washington Mall tops “Beckapalooza…”

Maybe because it more accurately reflected “real America.”  Unlike what some have referred to as Glenn Beck’s “Whitestock,”  every race, color, religion and sexual orientation was represented and the talk was of creating jobs and moving the country forward for all, rather than going backward while preserving the status quo for only the wealthiest among us.

There was a variety of signage, but notably absent were any pictures of Obama with a Hitler mustache or a bone through his nose, which I can only assume to mean no one from the Tea Party showed up.

We are “One Nation.”   If you agree, grab the logo/link from my left sidebar and proudly display it on your blog...


Speaking of the Tea Party...

In the latest clip released by Bill Maher, Tea Party/Republican Senate candidate from Delaware, Christine O’Donnell, expresses her deep spirituality:  "I was dabbling in witchcraft, I've dabbled in Buddhism," O'Donnell said during an appearance on "Politically Incorrect."  "I would have become a Hare Krishna, but I didn't want to become a vegetarian. And that is honestly the reason why -- because I'm Italian, I love meatballs!"

Come on, Delaware.   Seriously?


Our Dumb Ass Of  The Week Award goes to Rick Sanchez...

It was a tough call between Christine and Rick, but since every single word that comes out of O'Donnell's mouth is dumb, we now consider her a professional dumb ass.

Sanchez, fired from CNN for saying "Jon Stewart's a bigot..." and then continuing to run his mouth with this inspired gem:  "Everyone who runs CNN is a lot like Stewart, and a lot of people who run all the other networks are a lot like Stewart and to imply that somehow they -- the people in this country who are Jewish -- are an oppressed minority?  Yeah."
First of all, I never watch Sanchez, so I've got no horse in this race, but biting the hand that feeds you?  Never a good idea, so I can't really feel sorry for the guy.  Yes.  Jews hold a lot of executive positions in the media.  Just a fact.  Good luck getting another gig, Rick. 

If Sanchez is banking on being invited to join Faux where they're well-known for welcoming dumb asses, he may be in for a disappointment.   Faux owner Rupert Murdoch is reported to have a Jewish mother and is a well-known supporter of Israel.  Oops. 

Maybe Sanchez, Imus and Dr. Laura will form their own network.


More unbelievable crap from our friends on the "right..."

Despite the rulings of two federal judges pronouncing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” to be unconstitutional in the last month, despite numerous polls showing an astonishing 75% of Americans to be overwhelmingly in favor of its repeal, despite the fact that our military is in critical need of these highly-trained gay and lesbian soldiers, Senate Republicans, led by John McCain, the fucktard who unleashed Sarah Palin and her progeny on the country, voted down the Defense Appropriations Bill because it contained a repeal of this archaic, discriminatory law.

Actually, let me correct that.   They didn’t have the balls to actually vote the bill down.  Instead they voted to refuse to allow it to even come to the floor for discussion.   They filibustered it.   And why would they do such a thing you may ask?

Come November, when some of you may be tempted to vote for a Republican, take a moment and consider who you’re really voting for.


And finally, Happy Anniversary to "The Flintstones" who turned 50 last week.

Bet your fond memories don't include Fred and Barney sucking back on a pack of Winston cigarettes....  

Surgeon General?   What Surgeon General?    The good ol’ days before we knew how many things touted by benign cartoon characters could actually kill us.  

Remember any others?

Please excuse the big gaps in the layout.   I tried to get it right for six hours.  Blogger is a complete piece of shit.  Now I know why people switch to Wordpress. 

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