Saturday, February 04, 2012

Recently-Declassified Photograph #26
Mitt Romney's Tin Ear
Early Cuyler Sez:  "Nawp, I don't need no Internet. 
No sir, not in my life."
Mormon Senator Refuses to Believe Gentile
 President Can Walk on Water
As Brett O'Donnell, the Republican frontrunner's erstwhile
 'debate coach' has learned, Mitt Romney wasn't kidding
when he said, “I like being able to fire people.”
The Potrzebie Prize #15
Biker Convicted of Eluding Police at 188 MPH Sets
New Iowa Land Speed Record
Fearguth's Hall of Wackos #357
Cecil Ash
Surreality Television
In Greek tragedy, Nemesis is the punisher of Hubris, the
sin of pride. Today, the Nemesis of the Supreme Court's
Hubris in the Citizens United decision is Stephen Colbert.
Such perfect tragicomedy.

Friday, February 03, 2012

Trying to decide what not to buy?  Here's an easy way to do
it:  if it has a pink ribbon on it, don't buy it.
"You've heard me sing.  Now watch me do 'The Swim'!"
Today, at Stoney's Rockin' Country, you can meet Newt
Gingrich and drink yourself silly, all for only $10. 
Viva Las Vegas! 
"There are some things you just can't imagine
 happening. This is one of them," said Mitt
Romney, as he kissed Donald Trump's ass.
"Ah, I've got glitter in my hair! That's not all I've
 got in my hair. I glue it on in the morning
whether I need to or not."
Fearguth's Rules of Order #51
If you issue the order, "Bring me a shrubbery!" don't
be overly critical of what you get.
Tell Mike Vanderboegh he looks like Newt Gingrich,
and he will call you an 'Idiot Street Urban Adventurer'.
The politician had started blowing smoke
at an early age.
The Politico Illustrated #20
'Romney's Mormon firewall'
"Now that I've endorsed you, Mitt, YOU'RE FIRED!"


Thursday, February 02, 2012

The Multiplier Effect
#1 on the Predatory Times
Best Seller List
It may seem cruel, but there's a
good reason why many call him
'Ross Douchehat'.
Warm Scuzzies #258
Nancy Brinker
Santorum Calls on Voters to Defy Media and Not Watch
Him on Television, Listen to Him on the Internet, or
Read About Him in the Newspapers
Trump Plans to Endorse Gingrich Romney Trump
The Potrzebie Prize #14
Susan G. Komen Foundation Awarded
Yellow Ribbon of Moral Cowardice
Would you feel safe flying on a plane owned by a company
that has declared bankruptcy and is laying off 13,000
employees (including 4,600 flight mechanics responsible
for making sure the plane is airworthy)?
Punxsutawney Phil Predicts GOP Debates Number 26
 Through Number 29, Then Goes Back to Sleep
The Day Mitch the Southern Kentucky Box Turtle
Learned That Slow and Steady Doesn't Win the Race
Sign of the Times #17
Just as a peasant from Nazareth once proclaimed,
"Blessed be ye poor: for yours is the kingdom of God."
ShpongleBob AerPants
"Expensive-looking flip-flop."
"Yeah, it belongs to Mitt Romney."
Fearguth's Hall of Wackos #356
Shadrack McGill
Warm Scuzzies #257
Michael Grimm

Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Greedheads Galore #22
Bob Mercer
Fearguth's Hall of Wackos #355
Cliff Stearns
"Please don't be alarmed. It's just me, Mitt Romney,
with my Mormon Mask on."
"Unlike Jesus, I’m not concerned about the very poor
and I’m not concerned about the very rich. I'm only
concerned about saying whatever it takes to get
middle-income Americans to vote for me."
In her 2010 bid to become the governor of Georgia, Karen
Handel vowed to defund Planned Parenthood. Well, her bid
 was unsuccessful, but, in April, 2011, Ms. Handel became
the Senior Vice President for Public Policy at the Susan G.
Komen Foundation. As you probably know by now, the
foundation has just announced that there'll be no more
pink ribbons for poor women who have been receiving
breast cancer screening from Planned Parenthood.
You just can't get more charitable than this, can you?
Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood

Mr. Brooks' Postmodern Neighborhood
Where Newt Found Callista
Romney Python in Florida Swallows Gingrich Whole
"Yes, I'm another pompous ass from Georgia, but the
 name's 'Gingrey', not 'Gingrich'!"
Naked Chef Forces McDonald's to Stop Using 'Pink Slime' 
(aka 'Reince Priebus') in Its Hamburgers
"Aw, c'mon, guys!  Just one more game of beach blanket
bingo before we leave Florida!"
The primary difference between Mormons and
 other Christian fundamentalists is this: Mormons
 can believe more than six impossible things
before breakfast.
Warm Scuzzies #256
Susan G. Komen Foundation
Using an antique Ovaltine Secret Decoder Ring,
scientists are now one step closer to being
 able to decipher our thoughts.