Oh the horror – the White House let semi-liberal talker Ed Schultz sit in on the Obama press conference. The shame is unbearable. Boy, this guy is SO right! You’d never see a right wing talk show host at one of George Bush’s White House press conferences. A male prostitute, sure, but not a right wing talk show host. I mean, come on! Decorum, people; does the word mean anything to you?
Oh yeah, um… there was that right-wing uber nut job talk show host Les Kinsolving at every White House press conference, asking questions like, “How can you stand the evil Democrats and their attempts to destroy America?” ..But you know, it wasn’t Rush so it doesn’t count. Nothing the far right does ever counts. EVER. When will we stupid reality-based people learn? – Politico’s Daily Anti-Obama rant.
If you can’t have jelly wrestling – formerly called Jell-O Wrestling – at the McMurdo Base in Antarctica, then I can’t think of one good reason to be there. Organizer fired after Antarctic Jelly Wrestling Event.
OK, seriously, does even the most devoted “breast man” find this attractive?
Giant Breast Woman
Um, everyone? When you resort to booking a plumber who isn’t a plumber who wants lower taxes although he doesn’t pay his taxes as your “guest speaker,” it’s pretty much over for your party.
I understand at their next meeting, they’re going to have Bob the Builder speak to them about infrastructure.
Joe The Plumber, Republican Strategist.
See also Joe “My Name Isn’t Really Joe and I’m Not Really A Plumber” Wurzelbacher as the Republican’s chief economic adviser.
Remember some months back when a lady claimed that her daughter’s talking doll said, “Islam is the light”? Well, now she’s hearing the same message in a Nintendo DS game. Ok, I’m gonna go out on a limb here and say that this woman is fucking nuts.
As you read the story linked to below, notice the complete lack of skepticism. It’s reported as if she is simply factually correct, with not a word to suggest that she HEARS SHIT THAT ISN’T THERE.
Occam’s Razor, people, Occam’s Razor.
Media uncritically repeats possibly schizophrenic claims