Saturday, October 25, 2008

Moronic Racist is Moronic (and Racist)

For example:

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Quack Quack Quack

I keep thinking that people are going to see through the absurd rumors floating around about Obama, but then I guess it's all to easy to overestimate the intelligence of my fellow Americans:

Monday, October 13, 2008

Why Sarah Palin is an Asshole....

(Well, at least one reason why)

This is from From NBC/NJ's Matthew E. Berger on MSNBC's First Read:

“I’ve been warned that Flyers fans, they get so enthused, that they boo everybody at the drop of the puck,” she said at a Philadelphia fundraiser Saturday afternoon. “But what I thought I’d do is I’d put Piper in a Flyers jersey, bring her out with me. How dare they boo Piper!”

She uses her daughter Piper as a political shield, and then tries to pin the crowd's disapproval on Piper. Asshole maneuver!

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Change Is Coming

Haven't these people ever read any Sinclair Lewis? I know, ask a stupid question about stupid people...

Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Friday, September 12, 2008

Ahh, The Good Old Days...

...of feudal society. The GOP is trying to move us back to that happier time:

After all, it doesn't really make sense to allow those who don't actually own a piece of this country to have any say in it's goverment. Oh, perhaps for now we can give 3/5 of a vote to those who merely rent their little piece of America.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Read This...

...but instead of weeping, do everything you can to make sure it doesn't come true:

Monday, June 09, 2008

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Sunday, April 06, 2008


Now, can someone please pry that flintlock from his cold, dead hands?

Monday, March 31, 2008

There's Something Wrong With The Kids In My Neighborhood

I'm all for making fun of emo kids. They set themselves up for it, and it makes for an easy cheap shot and a quick laugh. But when it comes to hunting them down and beating the crap out of them, I have to take a moment and ask: Come on... really? Isn't that ultimately self-defeating, guys?

Here's a chart to reference (click to enlarge):

Note that guys who beat up emo kids are actually worse than emo kids and Ryan Seacrest combined.

New, at

Monday, January 07, 2008

Hello sailor...

This from the BBC News website:

The speedboats, believed to belong to Iran's Revolutionary Guards, came within about 200m of the US vessels, Pentagon officials said.

"I am coming at you. You will explode in a couple of minutes," the Iranians said in a radio transmission, according to US officials.

That's a very provocative transmission, to be sure, but are we certain that it wasn't just a poorly translated pickup line? I mean we are talking about sailors, after all.

Iowa Post Mortems, etc...

Swopa has a post up at commenting on a recent NYT op-ed by Gail Collins. In reference to the youth appeal of Obama described by Kevin Drum in this post, Swopa writes:

"...if you lived through the 1990s and saw how Bill Clinton campaigned on hope and ending partisan divisions, only to be dragged through the mud in epic fashion, it's hard to view Obama's rise without a tinge of dread."

That's true, but maybe it's worth taking another crack at it. Maybe the accidental wisdom that falls out of the mouths of babes will make a difference this time. Maybe the whole system is so broken that the wisdom that comes from long experience in that system is actually a detriment. Maybe not fully understanding the impending challenges can sometimes allow the newbie to make bold moves that the seasoned veteran would shy away from...

...ah, screw it. This optimism is just not me. I'm going back to cynicism.

Duck and cover, everybody. We're doomed either way.