Saturday, December 19, 2009

Once a Quitter...

Always a quitter!

Sarah Palin even quits her own vacation!

Bwahahahahahahahahaha! Bwahahahahahahahahaha! Bwahahahahahahahahaha!

I guess someone forgot to tell her that only elitist socialist America-haters vacation in our 50th state.

I'm going to be sick; this is too funny.

Friday, December 18, 2009

He's Baaaack!

Funnier than The Onion! More deluded than Red State! Able to leap wild rings around logic and intelligent thought!

It's....Jesus? Again???

Give Me an "F"!!!

American traitor, Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), flew bravely across the big scary ocean in a shiny warm aeroplane, with a bunch of his closest aides - evidently people who help Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) breathe and tie his shoes - to a widdle-biddle teeny-weeny northern country this week.

Why? We dunno. Except that he thinks someone is pulling his leg about science things. And he likes to look like a big man.

Sadly, no one paid any attention to him and the couple of reporters who wandered by during his "speech" spent more time trying to figure out how to spell his name than report on what he said.

One "F" or two? I know what "F" I'm giving him. And it's a big one.


Less snarkily, if a Democratic Senator had done something similar while Bush reigned supreme, going to another country where our President was speakifying importantly, just to slam his policies and take our internal politics across outside our borders...well, he or she would have been crucified by the right and the Rethuglicans and the media would have spent days reacting in horror.

Today, as my trolls like to say, crickets. IOKIYAR, ain't it. At least one thing never changes.

Friday, December 4, 2009

Is There a Doctor in the House?

With all the brouhaha about "health care reform," I thought maybe we could all use some real doctoring...

Plus, I just bought a bunch of vintage late 60s issues of Strange Tales (including this beauty below) at a junk shop for a buck each and have been lovin' the livin' daylights out of them!

Did anyone besides me watch this back in 1978? I remember loving and hating it because it was so cool that there was the possibility of a Dr. Strange TV series (this was supposed to be the pilot, really) but the tight 'fro on the guy playing the Dr. looked too sitcom-bit-player and not awesome scary magic guy-ish. That hair really pissed me off.