Someone tell the NRA that nothing is worse than a whiny winner. They get everything — EVERYTHING — they want and still they maintain a persecution complex. Victory in November would mean a “pro-Second Amendment” Congress, said [NRA leader Chris] Cox — as if the current arrangement of Congress can or would do anything anti-gun. … Continue reading Gun nuts … always wanting more
Source This type of fanaticism may well ensure Obama’s re-election.
Meet Pastor Rodney Harold Browne, the latest boob to endorse Newt (along with Todd Palin, Chuck Norris and Rick Perry). Actually, “boob” is too kind a description for this con man: When the Holy Ghost Bartender (who also refers to himself as the Holy Ghost Hitman) arrived at my seat, he began threatening to have … Continue reading Why is this man laughing?
This pic of a Gators fan, snapped Saturday in Jacksonville, requires no explanation (via Facebook).
My new crusade (by activist I mean the people seen below). Activists with rational, selfless aims are excluded; activists who employ human microphones are not.
Racists or religious fanatics? Protesting members of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church were met with an unlikely group of counter-protesters Monday at Arlington Cemetery. … Among those counter-protesting at the cemetery’s main entrance: About 10 members of a group that claims to be a branch of the Ku Klux Klan from Virginia called the Knights … Continue reading Pick a side
Politico’s Ben Smith reminds us partisan delusion isn’t limited to just one party. “How likely is it that people in the federal government either assisted in the 9/11 attacks or took no action to stop the attacks because they wanted the United States to go to war in the Middle East?” the  poll asked. … Continue reading The insanity goes both ways
Disgraced author James Frey, in a new tome chronicling the Second Coming of Christ, depicts the Messiah as “an active bisexual who supports his prostitute girlfriend when she aborts her first child.” Replace Jesus with Muhammad and I think you can guess the consequences in places such as Kandahar. While forcing Frey into hiding might count … Continue reading Good thing James Frey isn’t writing about Muhammad
Guess who’s responsible for those mysterious bird deaths in Arkansas?
I haven’t vetted this, and I’m reluctant to comment until all the facts are in. Still … UPDATE: Jesse Kelly was Giffords’ opponent in the Nov. election. Can we at least agree this kind of posturing is, at best, absurd? I salute his service, but I don’t recall Ike driving around with a pistol in his … Continue reading Rhetoric is not irrelevant
ABC News, citing a source close to the congresswoman, first reported Wednesday morning that [Minnesota Rep. Michele] Bachmann is seriously weighing a presidential bid. Bachmann confirmed she is planning to visit Iowa on Jan. 21—and that visit is aimed at making sure that after 2010 Republican victories, “step two will be repealing President Obama…in 2012.” … Continue reading Conspiratorial fanatic mulls GOP prez run
Karma’s a bitch, even in Oklahoma: Members of a Kansas church that protests at military funerals may have found themselves in the wrong town Saturday. Shortly after finishing their protest at the funeral of Army Sgt. Jason James McCluskey of McAlester, a half-dozen protesters from Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kan., headed to their minivan, … Continue reading A tip of the cap to Oklahoma
Squirrelly progressive pundit Markos Moulitsas demonstrates little regard for reality or context: But if the argument is that American conservatives and Islamic fundamentalists don’t share the same goals, then that’s just delusion.
Today’s top headlines on WorldNetDaily: BORN IN THE USA? WorldNetDaily Exclusive Obama ‘enjoying’ eligibility dispute Lawmaker: ‘You don’t have to be born in the United States to be president’ —WND WorldNetDaily Exclusive Yes, Obama’s eligible for president, in Kenya! New law approved after Barack spends $23 million U.S. tax money supporting it –WND BETWEEN THE … Continue reading Beating a mummified horse