Saturday, January 12, 2013

Think of it:  for only 850,000 trillion dollar coins,
the United States could have built its very own 
Death Star.
If you are planning a visit, please be advised
that "Concealed guns and other weapons are 
allowed for people with a valid permit."
Warm Scuzzies #357
Stingray Cafe
Governor Ronald Reagan Sez:  "There is no
 reason why on the street today a citizen should 
be carrying loaded weapons.  Guns are a 
ridiculous way to solve problems that have
 to be solved among people of good will.” 
[Ah, the 1960s, the good ol' days!]
On Gun Appreciation Day (January 19), 
will we be celebrating the fact that since
December 14, 2012 (the day of the New-
town massacre), another 734 Americans
 (through January 9, 2013) have died from
gunshot wounds?
"To flick, or not to flick, that is the question."
Tim Tebow Sez:  "Eloi, Eloilama sabachthani!"
[Most people don't know Tim is bilingual.]

Friday, January 11, 2013

And then the day arrived in America where the only
place you couldn't carry a loaded gun was at a 
gun show.
Bachmann's Jesus Stiffs Staff
Tarantinostein's Monster
Larry Ward Sez: "If African Americans had been given 
the right to keep and bear arms from day one of the 
country's founding, perhaps slavery might not have
 been a chapter in our history."  
[One big fact stands in the path of this historical hypothetical:  
slavery had been a chapter in 'our history' for over 150 years 
before 'our country' was founded.]
There are four law professors in the United States who 
should be laughed off the North American continent:  
Glenn Reynolds, Ann Althouse, William Jacobson, 
and John Yoo.  But, due to the longstanding tradi-
tion of Systematic Moronization, they haven't been.
Attorney General Cuccinelli Embraces Civil
Disobedience, Goes to Jail in Fight Against
Contraception Mandate
American Schutzstaffel #11

Thursday, January 10, 2013

"Yes, I understand my membership in the NRA includes 
a $2,500 insurance policy to protect against theft, 
accidental loss, or damage to my rocket-propelled 
grenade launcher."
If Donald Trump Were Italian
Who Ian Anderson Had in Mind When He 
Composed 'Thick as a Brick'
James Yeager Sez:  "I'm not fucking putting up with 
this. I am not letting my country be ruled by a dictator.
 I'm not letting anybody take my guns. If it goes one 
inch further, I'm gonna start killing people."
[James must be 'a good guy with a gun' who will stop
'a bad buy with a gun'.]
Remember when the Hansons and the Palins were
all smiles at the wedding of Track and Britta?  
That was in May, 2011.  Three months later,
the newlyweds had a daughter, and then,
in December 2012, Track filed for divorce.
Ah, the stuff of which reality shows are
made of.
Dragonfly Stunned to Learn
'Doomsday Asteroid' Even
Bigger than Thought
Graphologists are saying that Jack Lew's signature is
 actually just a string of zeroes which seems appropriate
 for a Secretary of the Treasury of the United States 
these days.

Wednesday, January 09, 2013

Fearguth's Hall of Wackos #456
James Tracy
Warm Scuzzies #356
Taco Cid

Tuesday, January 08, 2013

Fearguth's Hall of Wackos #455
Bill Zedler
Alex Jones Goes Full-Auto Batshit Crazy on CNN,
Flies Up Piers Morgan's Fundament
Larry Klayman Escapes from Bedlam, Starts Calling
in Arabic for a New American Revolution
On Chick-fil-A® Appreciation Day, you ate a chicken 
sandwich.  On Gun Appreciation Day (scheduled for 
January 19), you ______________.

Monday, January 07, 2013

Krugman Endorses Plan to Mint Trillion Dollar 
Platinum Coins as Alternative to Recurrent Debt
Ceiling Crises and Government Shutdowns
'Young Reformers Rule the Senate', The Politico 
headline declares.  The 'young reformers' are Jeff 
Merkley (D-OR) and Tom Udall (D-NM).  Merkley 
is 56, Udall is 64.  To call them 'young reformers' 
is like calling an income of $250,000 a year 
'middle-class'.

"I don’t think what Washington needs is more compromise.
I think what Washington needs is more Ted Cruz."
Fearguth's Hall of Wackos #454
Matt Salmon