"Limbaugh said he's not going to 'bend over'
and grab his ankles just because Obama is black. Do you think there's any chance in
hell Rush Limbaugh could bend over and grab his ankles?"
-- Leno, who isn't funny, but everybody likes a Pigboy joke,
I swear I actually thought you might send me
a congrats. for my team's come from behind Super Bowl win
but instead I go to the page and find that you
posted a story about the bad officiating, implied that Arizona lost
because of it and then wrote that the Steelers
were no match for the Cardinals.
Did you see the game? :)
Warner had what - 366 yards passing?
We were no match for the Cardinals? The
9-7 Cardinals whose schedule this year was a piece of cake
while we had the most gruelling schedule in the
league and ended up 12-4? Those Cardinals? Seriously?
Not taking anything away from their game yesterday,
they nearly beat us, but they were underdogs for a reason.
You have to uinderstand - I've always loved the
Steelers - they're Cowboy Stompers! As long as Dallas loses I really don't care who
wins, but it sure would be nice to watch a
football game where the network wasn't openly
rooting for my team to lose.
Oh, yeah, I'm a Big-Time Steelers Fan (tired
as hell from Sunday's celebrations) and you guess wrong,
I didn't think the refs did a great job. I thought
they sucked as usual. PgH got plenty of bad calls too -
(that so-called safety that added to their score
and the callback of Ben's touchdown that lost us points)
- and others, but great teams don't whine about
the bad calls, they overcome them to win. We did that, they didn't.
What about the last play of the game? The
Cardinals had the ball at roughly mid-field and it looked to me
like Warner threw an incomplete pass but they
ruled in a fumble - end of game - everybody go home now..
In the last 2 minutes, every controversial
play is supposed to be reviewed, right?
Plus, PittburgH got a penalty on the last play
so, had the judges reviewed the call,
Warner might've only needed 45 yards for a touchdown
and maybe 10 for a field goal.
But NBC and Madden and Michaels (and maybe the
refs) had their minds made up.
The press liked the "PittsburgH juggernaut" story
more than they liked the 9-7 "Cinderella team."
Do you think that the refs were in the tank for
Otherwise what you wrote doesn't make any sense
How many times were their anti-Cardinal calls
reversed? I can think of one.
What other reason could they have had for swaying
in favor of the Steelers?
Why would they prefer the Steelers over the Cards?
I'm just not seeing it.
Why would poor people vote to give the super-rich
a tax break?
There's a lot of insanity in this country that
I can't explain.
When Santonio made the game winning catch in the
end zone, (Great catch, no doubt) the Cards were ahead. Why couldn't they
keep the lead? I don't recall any bad calls
being made against the Cards in that last 2 1/2
minutes (the Steelers got a couple).
Bottom line - We were the best team on the field
It was an exciting game and both teams played
great but the Steelers made the plays
when it counted. Ben played the game of his life
and the team deservedly won.
I can't wait to congratulate them at the parade.
The great news is this was just a football game.
It's not like we have to suffer thru 4 years of religious insanity
because my team lost.
I'm happy that you're happy and congrats to the Steelers.
Last thing: I'm glad Bruce took my advice and played some exciting songs instead
of funeral dirges.
Michael Phelps missed a huge opportunity to make
the world a better place. Instead, he chose to be smart,
to protect his career and his image - he apologized
for letting someone photograph him hitting a bong.
Excerpt: IImagine what would have happened if he had said
Hello, does anyone here remember I just won eight
frikkin gold medals? Obviously, smoking a little pot
did NOTHING to diminish my ability to own every
other swimmer in the whole frikkin world. So what's
our problem here? Why does the International
Olympic Committee have its panties in a wad over me
smoking a little pot? Why is the world at war
with a harmless weed?
"Obama had a Super Bowl party at the White
House. Was I invited? No! And why? Because he knows I have a better TV
than he has in the White House." -- the vulgar Pigboy, suffering from another
Hey Rush. maybe you weren't invited because nobody likes a
lying, Nazi whore.
Excerpt: Over the summer, the Washington Post ran a piece
from conservative writer Amity Shlaes, explaining that the
national economy was fine, there was no recession,
and that Phil Gramm was right to call us a "nation of whiners."...
Paul Krugman explained in November that there's
"a whole intellectual industry, mainly operating out of right-wing
think tanks, devoted to propagating the idea
that F.D.R. actually made the Depression worse." Shlaes is, alas,
at the top of this enterprise.
Now, if only someone would explain to me why the
Post's op-ed editors feel compelled to publish the same
misguided piece from Shlaes, making the same
misguided argument every month or so, I'd appreciate it."
*I* can explain it - it's the job of the whore press to praise Fascist
scum and attack Democrats.
The White House Press Corps have come alive after their 8-year slumber
to attack Obama.
The NYWTimes hammered Clinton mercilessly for years on the phony Whitewater
then the bastards helped Bush/Cheney sell their bloody Iraq lies -
it's what the whore press does.
Subject: I did a double-take
when I saw this sign on the Kansas Turnpike!
I stopped at a new rest area while driving on
a business trip in Kansas. At first, I couldn’t believe
what I thought I saw; then I started cracking
up and took this picture ‘cause no one would believe me otherwise.
Apparently, the builders let a sub-contract for
snark, because, as I noticed on the way out,
the self-serve soda fountain offered both “regular
ice” and “diet ice”!
Good job, Kansans! (I mean that literally—anything
that can lift my spirits
during a 5 hour drive is alright by me!)
Picture taken October 15, 2008.
Eddy the Pillar
Dude, it's in Okiehomie, too.
Our regular rest stop on the way to Adoption
City has the same logo.
On one hand it looks kinda gay, but on the other
show me a gay guy who's not proud of his junk.
(That's a joke - don't write)
If I was traveling in another country and saw
I'd have a seat and watched to see who walked
in before I took a chance.
Excerpt Sen. Ben Nelson (D-NE) says he is "undecided"
on whether to support Obama’s recovery plan.
Sen. Kent Conrad (D-ND). "I’d have a very
hard time voting for what came over from the House," he said today on Fox Whore News, echoing
conservative talking points:
Sen. John Cornyn (R-Gay), who is helping lead
the GOP opposition to the stimulus plan,
embraced Conrad in a subsequent interview. "I
do agree with much of what Sen. Conrad said," he said.
If Nelson and Conrad want Obama to fail, that's one thing.
But running over to FOX Whore News to bitch about their new president
is just more backstabbing.
Republicans stick with their 25% approval presidents thru murder, rape
Democrats stick the shank in their brand-new, 65% approval president
every chance they get.
How did I get in a party of backstabbing sons of bitches?
You don't need a paypal account to buy stickers, magnets or shirts!
"More big government spending on liberal government
programs won't put Americans back to work."
-- Rep. Mike Pence (R-Iraq Shopper) Link
"These are the same people who told us the
Bush tax cuts were going to lead to nirvana... It shows us their priorities: take
money away from 95 percent of the American public, and give it to the wealthiest Americans
who need it least."
-- Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D.Ore.), takling my advice to list the damn facts,Link
Excerpt: Wells Fargo abruptly canceled Tuesday a pricey
Las Vegas casino junket for employees after a torrent
of criticism that it was misusing $25 billion
in taxpayer bailout money.
The company initially defended the trip after
The Associated Press reported it had booked 12 nights beginning Friday at the Wynn Las Vegas and the
Encore Las Vegas. (The most expensive in Vegas)
But within hours, lawmakers on Capitol Hill had
scorned the bank, and the company canceled.
Twelve nights at the two most expensive
hotels in Vegas?
Who spends 12 nights in Vegas?
How can they claim they need money?
Excerpt: Bipartisanship is a myth. At least, it’s a myth
at this time in Washington, with this gang of negative, out-of-touch,
calcified Republicans led by the clueless John
Boehner... Both in his speeches and actions, Obama’s extended the
hand of bipartisanship to Republicans. And how
did they respond? By stabbing him in the back. When his $819 billion
stimulus package came up on the House floor,
not one Republican voted for it. Not one. So much for bipartisanship...
What a big mistake. Didn’t Republicans learn anything
under Bill Clinton? In 1993, facing a much milder economic downturn,
President Clinton crafted his own economic recovery
plan and also reached out for bipartisan support. But Republicans refused
to cooperate. Newt Gingrich warned that Clinton’s
plan would create a deep recession. So Clinton, too, had to settle for
an economic plan with not one Republican vote.
The result? Eight years of the most sustained non-wartime economic growth
in our history.
The difference is - it's the GOP's job to be dirty sons of bitches.
Obama should know that - or maybe he's learning
that lesson now, but Obama wouldn't know the Democrats were dirty backstabbers
unless he read bartcop.com
"For all of Barack Obama's courtship, he got
the same number of Republican votes as Bill Clinton did for his economic package in 1993: zero.
"In Beltway politics, it's better to be feared than loved. Obama didn't want to win ugly. But
winning is winning. He invited leaders from both parties over for cocktails at the White House last
night. I hope they had a stimulating chat."
-- Howard Kurtz, Link
I'm so old, I've lived long enough to hear Kurtz say something
that wasn't 100% super-stupid.
So, the question is: Did Obama learn from his mistake?
Or will he continue to play nice with the rapid dogs that bit
Excerpt: The success of Norm Coleman's lawsuit to overturn
the wishes of the voters could depend on how willing
the trial judges are to find a precedent in the
U.S. Supreme Court ruling from Bush v. Gore.
Coleman's greatest hope to rape democracy is his
argument that about 11,000 rejected absentee ballots
should be given another look by the three judges
hearing the case. His lawyers argue that many were rejected
while other ballots with similar mistakes were
counted, that standards were applied differently from county to
county in violation of the constitutional standard
of equal protection.
"It's a long shot," said Jan Baran, former general
counsel to the RNC, "But it worked for Bush v. Gore."
It worked for Bush against Gore because the Supreme Court is packed
with crooked bastards.
They had no standing in the 2000 election but they butted in
to help their boy steal power.
Reminder: Since Bush stole power, whenever a case came before the Whore Court,
the White House how Bush wanted them to rule, instead of following
the damn law.
Will they now call and ask Obama how he wants them to rule?
Of course not, the crooked sons of bitches.
I predict they'll call Bush in Dallas and ask him how they should rule.
Excerpt: The Fascist Dog Party chose the first black national
chairman in its history Friday, after the nation elected the first African-American
The choice marked no less than "the dawn of a
new party," declared the new token Michael Steele. Republicans chose Steele
over four other
candidates, including Bush's hand-picked GOP
chief, who bowed out declaring, "Obviously the winds of change are blowing."
Steele takes the helm of a beleaguered Republican
Party that is trying to recover after crushing defeats in November
that gave Democrats control of Congress put Barack
Obama in the White House.
GOP delegates erupted in cheers and applause when
his victory was announced, but it took six ballots to get there. He'll serve a two-year term. Steele, an
Uncle Tom, was considered the most moderate of the five candidates running.
He was also considered an outsider because he's
not a member of the Republican National Committee.
But the RNC clearly signaled it wanted a change
after eight years of Bush largely dictating its every move.
How can they have it both ways?
They want Steele because "the winds of change are blowing" and then 55%
of them say
they want braindead swinsuit model Sarah Palin to be their Bush-with-a-vagina
Looks like they wanted a black guy to chair the party so they can say,
"See? We're not quite as racist as everybody
says we are," which doesn't fly.
Excerpt. In his first public comments about what it was
like to safely land a passenger jet in the Hudson River,
US Airways pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger
described the ordeal "surreal" and said the silence in
the cockpit after both engines lost power was
"shocking." Sullenberger said that while he was guiding
the plane to a splash landing he felt "calm on
the outside, turmoil on the inside."
The California pilot has been called a hero for
safely landing the Airbus 320.
Asked what it was like when he realized both
engines were out, Sullenberger called it "shocking."
"It was very quiet as we worked, my co-pilot and
I. We were a team. But to have zero thrust
coming out of those engines was shocking," he
Sully and his wife are to appear in an interview
Sunday on CBS's "60 Minutes."
Excerpt: Frankly, I don’t see how President Obama’s economic
stimulus package can be paid for without returning tax rates
on the wealthy and on income made in stock market
and other speculative ventures to the levels that existed in the
decades between 1950 and 1980. Rather than saddling
future generations of taxpayers with more massive amounts
of debt, I urge you to call on those who have
benefitted most from Reagan’s economic policies to turn loose of the
ever-increasing wealth they have been hoarding,
and actually create those middle class jobs which were promised.
Kentuckians have the same problem as the stupid
Okies - they keep electing people who serve only the rich.
How many millionaires does Kentucky have?
How many Kentuckians live below the poverty line?
Yet on Election day, they send Mitch the Bitch back to DC to loook out
for the super-rich.
Voters are too stupid to vote for their own
self-interests and I blame the Democrats
because they refuse to list the reasons why the
poor and middle class should vote for them.
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