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Is  Becky Shoenkopf (Wonkette) Waking Out Of Her Stupor? Sending Sheep Schtick To The Gulags?

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Is BS (Becky Shoenkoopf) a little put off by Obama being high the other night in an interview with Bob Costas re. the Sochi olympics?   Nah, of course she doesn’t give a flock if Obama is a pot-head.  He’s only the President (well, he is the leftys  infallible, spotless-clean, smidgen-less dear leader.) 

Its not like BO’s approval is suffering badly..  Plus the fact that ‘anti-war’, Barack O’s dead body-count of civilians in foreign lands is 2400 plus.  Or that the assistant, state dept official, Victoria Nuland said “F*ck you the other night to EU in a taped phone call regarding Obama’s SNAFU in the Ukraine..

Is our lovely, little Becky watching how 11 State AGs say Obama breaks law with constant healthcare changes?   Or is that just another ‘right wing conspiracy?’

Do we believe that Miss Commie-girl-collective is waking up?  Kicking the sheep-like schtick to the side pocket?

An art collage from November 2013

Pig flies

Commie’s dont wake up ’til everyone is dead. 

Flashback….

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Maybe you missed that there’s a sporting competition/clash of nations going on, so the NYT will make sure you have one million Olympics words to read. You think you don’t need to read those words because you already saw everything on TV, but you misunderestimate the NYT for their ability to run quirky pieces that get little details no one else does. Take, for instance, their piece on yesterday’s women’s mogul race. Did you watch moguls yesterday? Moguls are ridic, what with the skiing over horrifying enormous bumps and then also too needing to do flippy shit off of ramps mid-run. There was an American favorite in the race, Hannah Kearney, that you could not escape hearing about because American. The NYT covers a bit of that, but then goes on to tell you things like what music they played at the event.

Music played for the audience throughout the night — the competition started at 10 p.m. local time — and most of it was club beats layered on top of well-known pop and rock songs. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” was turned into the sort of number one would hear at a rave.

God bless you, NYT. We would probably buy that soundtrack, and we’d definitely attend the late-night mogul rave party.

The Times also covers the apparently abundant (but unknown to us) rumors that the USA and Russia are in some sort of Olympics detente and are colluding to fix the figure skating results. Seems probable, if only for the reason that we can envision Putin threatening the lives of everyone involved until a Russian medal in the sport was ensured. Oh figure skating, you hotbed of intrigue!

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Old soldiers never die. They just get their noses booped.If there’s anything that gets the editors of our textbooks for Christian homeschoolers exercised, it’s communism. And evolution. And deviations from fundamentalist Protestantism. And secular humanism. But especially communism (which is influenced by Darwinism and atheism). And so, it stands to reason that they have a fine old time with the Cold War. And as usual, our 8th-grade textbook, America: Land I Love (A Beka, 1994 & 2006), is the far more enthusiastic Cold Warrior; as we saw last week, Land I Love doesn’t describe the conflict merely as a geopolitical contest for influence between the USSR and the U.S./Western Europe, but as a fight between “the ideologies of Americanism and Communism.” Our text for 11th/12th grade, Bob Jones University Press’s United States History for Christian Schools (2001), is a lot less excitable, but still very firmly anticommunist. And of course, since humans are inherently sinful and real peace can only come from God, both books find efforts at cooling international tensions, like the United Nations, to be somewhere between naïve (U.S. History) and downright anti-American (Land I Love). Foolish hu-mans, thinking that “international cooperation” can accomplish anything! READ MORE »

My GodWe read a thing. A thing that is so stupid, we literally don’t know where to begin. It is from a sad little newspaper thingie, by Richard Pollock, their “senior watchdog reporter,” and it purports to compare health care plans from Walmart to those offered by Obamacare. So far so good! Except that it is mentally disabled.

The thesis is that Walmart’s employee insurance plan is not terrible — we are not actually a healthcare reporter, so maybe that is even true! And if Richard Pollock, senior watchdog reporter, had stuck with that thesis, he might have even been able to convince us! But watching him struggle through cherrypicked, conflated, and shockingly false data has left us with the teeny impression that since every word out of this guy’s fingers is a lie, we will probably not believe him about the Walmart plan either.

Here is his “nut graf” (journalism!):

But a Washington Examiner comparison of the two health insurance programs found that Walmart’s plan is more affordable and provides significantly better access to high-quality medical care than Obamacare.

Really? Is it more affordable than “zero dollars”? Because that is what a lot of people are paying for their healthcare under Obamacare. This is called “subsidies,” and it is rather a major portion of the act. We will get back to costs later. First, let us skip around and find all Richard Pollock, senior watchdog reporter’s, evidence that Walmart’s plan is of higher medical quality than “Obamacare.” (Hint: one slight problem with this watchdog reporting is that “Obamacare” is not actually just one plan! There’s, like, at least three.) READ MORE »

Look at how silly that man is.Welcome to another Derp Roundup, the weekly feature where we scrape our browser tabs for the stories that are too stoopid to ignore altogether but not quite worth a full post, stir in some weapons-grade snark, and serve it up to you. We recommend you add your own mental lubricant, but not right before you get interviewed by Bob Costas.

  • We debated whether to even lead with this, since after all, even libtard communist Wonkette thinks Barry Bamz looks like he was high as fuck, but we also think that The Stupidest Man On the Internet deserves some extra attention for his approach to the “Barry Soetoro was sooooo hiiiiiiigh” story. First, there’s the creatively punctuated headline, which has been duly reported to the Ankh Morpork Guild of Greengrocer’s (and not corrected since the story wen’t up last nigh’t). Then there’s the hilarious photo, which proves just how baked Barry was, via the magic of finding a funny freeze-frame. And then there’s the very subtle link-bolding of “viewers think Obama was stoned,” which is just cute. Bravo, Mr. Hof’t! READ MORE »

B. Barry Bamz was either high as fuck two days ago, when he taped this Olympics interview with Bob Costas, or he was super-duper tired from being up all night killing Bin Laden again (or up all night to get lucky).

Before Twitchy SNAP’S and YA BURNT’S with an “even libtard communist Wonkette thinks,” we would just like to point out that we don’t care if Bamz was high as fuck, or that he delivered a rambly, weird, off-message interview where, when Bob Costas asked him if his relationship with Putin was “icy,” he explained that in private there were lots of joking fun times. (Bamz. You can say “our nations work closely on matters of [national security, spying up our own asses]” and still keep a stern visage that says without words “but fuck that strongman dictator fuck,” instead of like, “naw mang, me and Putin have a real good time.”)

In conclusion, fuck that strongman dictator fuck, and Barack Obama this was not your best showing, the end.

Read more at http://wonkette.com/#SquSbSsPDlqP1gtS.99

wahhhhhhh
Maybe you missed that there’s a sporting competition/clash of nations going on, so the NYT will make sure you have one million Olympics words to read. You think you don’t need to read those words because you already saw everything on TV, but you misunderestimate the NYT for their ability to run quirky pieces that get little details no one else does. Take, for instance, their piece on yesterday’s women’s mogul race. Did you watch moguls yesterday? Moguls are ridic, what with the skiing over horrifying enormous bumps and then also too needing to do flippy shit off of ramps mid-run. There was an American favorite in the race, Hannah Kearney, that you could not escape hearing about because American. The NYT covers a bit of that, but then goes on to tell you things like what music they played at the event.

Music played for the audience throughout the night — the competition started at 10 p.m. local time — and most of it was club beats layered on top of well-known pop and rock songs. “Smells Like Teen Spirit” was turned into the sort of number one would hear at a rave.

God bless you, NYT. We would probably buy that soundtrack, and we’d definitely attend the late-night mogul rave party.

The Times also covers the apparently abundant (but unknown to us) rumors that the USA and Russia are in some sort of Olympics detente and are colluding to fix the figure skating results. Seems probable, if only for the reason that we can envision Putin threatening the lives of everyone involved until a Russian medal in the sport was ensured. Oh figure skating, you hotbed of intrigue!

READ MORE

Old soldiers never die. They just get their noses booped.If there’s anything that gets the editors of our textbooks for Christian homeschoolers exercised, it’s communism. And evolution. And deviations from fundamentalist Protestantism. And secular humanism. But especially communism (which is influenced by Darwinism and atheism). And so, it stands to reason that they have a fine old time with the Cold War. And as usual, our 8th-grade textbook, America: Land I Love (A Beka, 1994 & 2006), is the far more enthusiastic Cold Warrior; as we saw last week, Land I Love doesn’t describe the conflict merely as a geopolitical contest for influence between the USSR and the U.S./Western Europe, but as a fight between “the ideologies of Americanism and Communism.” Our text for 11th/12th grade, Bob Jones University Press’s United States History for Christian Schools (2001), is a lot less excitable, but still very firmly anticommunist. And of course, since humans are inherently sinful and real peace can only come from God, both books find efforts at cooling international tensions, like the United Nations, to be somewhere between naïve (U.S. History) and downright anti-American (Land I Love). Foolish hu-mans, thinking that “international cooperation” can accomplish anything! READ MORE »

My GodWe read a thing. A thing that is so stupid, we literally don’t know where to begin. It is from a sad little newspaper thingie, by Richard Pollock, their “senior watchdog reporter,” and it purports to compare health care plans from Walmart to those offered by Obamacare. So far so good! Except that it is mentally disabled.

The thesis is that Walmart’s employee insurance plan is not terrible — we are not actually a healthcare reporter, so maybe that is even true! And if Richard Pollock, senior watchdog reporter, had stuck with that thesis, he might have even been able to convince us! But watching him struggle through cherrypicked, conflated, and shockingly false data has left us with the teeny impression that since every word out of this guy’s fingers is a lie, we will probably not believe him about the Walmart plan either.

Here is his “nut graf” (journalism!):

But a Washington Examiner comparison of the two health insurance programs found that Walmart’s plan is more affordable and provides significantly better access to high-quality medical care than Obamacare.

Really? Is it more affordable than “zero dollars”? Because that is what a lot of people are paying for their healthcare under Obamacare. This is called “subsidies,” and it is rather a major portion of the act. We will get back to costs later. First, let us skip around and find all Richard Pollock, senior watchdog reporter’s, evidence that Walmart’s plan is of higher medical quality than “Obamacare.” (Hint: one slight problem with this watchdog reporting is that “Obamacare” is not actually just one plan! There’s, like, at least three.) READ MORE »

Look at how silly that man is.Welcome to another Derp Roundup, the weekly feature where we scrape our browser tabs for the stories that are too stoopid to ignore altogether but not quite worth a full post, stir in some weapons-grade snark, and serve it up to you. We recommend you add your own mental lubricant, but not right before you get interviewed by Bob Costas.

  • We debated whether to even lead with this, since after all, even libtard communist Wonkette thinks Barry Bamz looks like he was high as fuck, but we also think that The Stupidest Man On the Internet deserves some extra attention for his approach to the “Barry Soetoro was sooooo hiiiiiiigh” story. First, there’s the creatively punctuated headline, which has been duly reported to the Ankh Morpork Guild of Greengrocer’s (and not corrected since the story wen’t up last nigh’t). Then there’s the hilarious photo, which proves just how baked Barry was, via the magic of finding a funny freeze-frame. And then there’s the very subtle link-bolding of “viewers think Obama was stoned,” which is just cute. Bravo, Mr. Hof’t! READ MORE »

B. Barry Bamz was either high as fuck two days ago, when he taped this Olympics interview with Bob Costas, or he was super-duper tired from being up all night killing Bin Laden again (or up all night to get lucky).

Before Twitchy SNAP’S and YA BURNT’S with an “even libtard communist Wonkette thinks,” we would just like to point out that we don’t care if Bamz was high as fuck, or that he delivered a rambly, weird, off-message interview where, when Bob Costas asked him if his relationship with Putin was “icy,” he explained that in private there were lots of joking fun times. (Bamz. You can say “our nations work closely on matters of [national security, spying up our own asses]” and still keep a stern visage that says without words “but fuck that strongman dictator fuck,” instead of like, “naw mang, me and Putin have a real good time.”)

In conclusion, fuck that strongman dictator fuck, and Barack Obama this was not your best showing, the end.

Read more at http://wonkette.com/#SquSbSsPDlqP1gtS.99

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