Saturday, February 16, 2013

Capitalist Pigs Can Afford to Pay a Little Bit Moore

Michael Moore is upset with the Republicans who voted against cloture on the Chuck Hagel confirmation:

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This from a man who knows a thing or two about weenies I’d say, from the looks of him.

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So, exactly how many weenies did it take to block a Senate vote on the confirmation of a non-kosher Secretary of Defense?

Friday, February 15, 2013

Vacay 2, 2013: on Air Force Won-Too for Michelle

Of course we’re going to Aspen. It’s still the most exclusive ski resort in North America, (even though Joey B is going there this weekend too) isn’t it?

And don’t worry about Lady M’s nose being offended by the noxious smell wafting from Aspens “waste water” treatment plant. I understand it’s something you get used to, because the rich really are different from you and me. Apparently their s*** really doesn’t stink! Reason enough to book only the most exclusive and luxurious cruises and resorts.

carnival3Don’t let this happen to you: Tent city on the Carnival Triumph. Book first class!

Meanwhile, in order to earn her second luxurious vacay of 2013, Lady M conducted an interactive student workshop with school children from Washington D.C. and New Orleans and the cast and crew of the film “Beasts of the Southern Wild.”

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Obama Goes Gaga Over

When I heard about the cancelled tour due to a hip injury my first thought was “oh oh, there goes the ski vacation.” Thankfully I heard wrong, it was Lady Gaga, not Lady M, with hip issues. So I think we can assume that the traditional President’s week trip to an unnamed luxurious resort is still on.  I do know that Big Guy is going golfing with the boys in the swanky West Palm area, where just about everyone can afford to pay a little bit more.

After delivering that 59 minute read speech the other night he’s earned a little R&R. Lady Gaga’s not the only one who works hard for her money:

“The American people don’t expect government to solve every problem.” Barack Obama SOTU February 12, 2013

Today’s challenge: name the number of problems that Big Guy identified in the SOTU that he expects the government to solve.

Advanced level challenge: Name a problem that Big Guy doesn’t expect the government to solve.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

SO TU, Brute?

Like many of you, Clinton Romesha checked his calendar and discovered he had more pressing things to tend to so the Medal of Honor winner reluctantly declined Lady M’s gracious offer to join her for Big Guy’s campaign speech SOTU.

Perhaps he felt his unspeakable bravery and valor had already been more than adequately exploited noted for one week. Or perhaps he declined in deference to the memory of his 8 fallen comrades who could not be there.

i-ZwdXBpH-LStaff Sgt. Romesha, true American hero, embraces the son of one of his fallen comrades as Lady M grins approvingly.

Or maybe he saw the photos of Lady M smiling at him a bit too approvingly and didn’t wish to be a distraction.

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Tuesday, February 12, 2013

SOTU “Pre-buttal” Derangement Syndrome: UPDATED

UPDATED: See Important Poll Below

Our political partisanship has become so predictable that the response to the official  response to the speech that Big Guy won’t deliver until tonight is already on the wires:

In preparation for President Barack Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday night, the Democratic National Committee on Monday gathered lawmakers for a conference call with reporters to offer a “prebuttal” to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s not-yet-delivered Republican rebuttal to Obama’s not-yet-delivered national address.

Just as Obama's speech and Rubio's response will likely be full of focus-grouped buzzwords, the Democratic prebuttal contained typical partisan rhetoric repackaged for the occasion. For instance, Wasserman Schultz said Rubio wanted to "gut Medicaid" and would "devastate seniors" by supporting "an extreme view of government that would dismantle America's social safety net in order to pay for tax cuts for millionaires and billionaires."

She went on to say that Rubio's plans would put "nursing homes at risk" and that services for "disabled children" could be eliminated.

A pre-buttal? Debbie Wasserman-Schultz?  What ASSet accumulation plan has she presented to earn that privilege?

I’m not saying she doesn’t have the goods to be considered a future contender:

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And with those cankles, she may even have a shot at becoming the First Female non-Black President. Butt come on!  If anyone has earned the right to offer a “pre-buttal” it surely isn’t DWS.

Allow me to submit the following as evidence:

Monday, February 11, 2013

Your Government Loves You. To Death.

“All that was needed was shrewd conclude once again that the symptoms of love were the same as those of cholera.”Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera

A riddle for you: when is a tax not a tax?

  1. When it is a tithe
  2. When it is insurance
  3. When the Supreme Court says so
  4. All of the above

Arguably the answer is #4, all of the above, butt the most correct response is #2, when it’s “insurance,” of course. Specifically, when it’s government mandated insurance that you buy for your own good and/or the good of society at large. Because your government loves you to death.

Take guns for example, you may soon need a government mandated insurance policy that will compensate any victims harmed should your firearm accidently and/or randomly discharge itself while a stranger is breaking into your home.

Pretty compelling argument, and one that those of you who clung to the slippery slope theory during the Obamacare debate will recognize:

…if the government can force you to purchase a product such as insurance to regulate private activity, is there any human commercial engagement which they could not regulate?

Hee hee hee: regulate and tax? Of course not! Welcome to Obamanopoly: just pay $200 and go directly to jail.

So: a gun tax it is. What do you suppose the excise tax on these babies is going to be?


Be sure to tune in next week when I cover the newest deficit reduction plan: mandatory insurance on free speech. This policy will provide damages in the event your government regulated hate speech causes lowered self-esteem, dependence on controlled substances or a murderous rampage by the victim of your hate. The O-Team is also considering requiring anyone exercising their First Amendment right to purchase a “victim of gun violence” policy too. Because even if you don’t own a gun, you probably have a big mouth! And if you can afford to shoot off your mouth, you can afford to pay a little bit more. (Media and other propagandist organizations will be exempted, of course.)

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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Dressing For Success: Gun Control Style

The funeral for Chicago shooting victim Hadiya Pendleton, the 15 year old who had performed with her band at the Inaugural, was held yesterday. Big Guy’s “never let a crisis go to waste” team members


begged him to come “home” in order to bring national outrage attention to the problem of unemployed gang members gun violence in his “hometown.”

Unfortunately he was busy testing his new miniature handheld drones.Or something.


So he sent Lady M and Val Jar in his place.


Today’s question: which of these looks would MO feel most appropriate to wear?

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The posthumous medal of Honor cocktail dress, the G-8 purple swing dress, the Nickelodeon oil-cloth outfit, the Black Jack Miss America sash frock or the full-dress black drop-dead  mourning outfit?

Oddly enough there was a photo blackout. That doesn’t generally happen at photo ops for issues we are trying to draw attention to, so maybe it was due to the recent facial fillers that hadn’t quite settled in yet.

All I was able to get was this blurry contraband video still. Again, oddly enough, it looks dark and appropriate.

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I personally would have gone with the  Black Jack dress,which is equally charming both coming and going. If you don’t believe me, ask Dmitry.

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My motto is: if you’re trying to draw attention to something, wear something that will grab people’s  attention.

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