Good Monday morning, everybody!
The shock at what has just happened to them seems to be wearing off, and that root canal is starting to throb. Let’s tap it with a sharp instrument, shall we?
Iso suits on – air supply check – rubber duckie attached – let’s crank open the chamber door and see what comes oozing out, shall we?
p>First of all, the pledge drive is still creeping along – their monthly membership billing on the 1st bumped them up from 50% to around 73%, but it’s been four long weeks now. In eight years of observing these sociopaths, I have never seen a pledge drive move so slowly. Either their natural greed has overcome them, or they’re having financial issues like everyone else – hoist on their own economic whatsis.
Either way, it’s time to snicker at the people who have used every sleazy term for their political opponents and name-called their way into history clutch their pearls and twist their hankies, as they pontificate on classlessness. This is somewhat like hearing John Wayne Gacy complain about how creepy clowns are.
The Hill ^
Posted onTuesday, January 20, 2009 11:52:02 AM bySub-Driver
Bush Mocked As He Arrives on Inauguration Dais @ 11:52 am by Hill Staff
crowd packed on the west side of the Capitol grounds serenaded
President Bush in mocking fashion when he took to the inaugural stage
alongside Vice President Dick Cheney.
“Nah nah nah nah, hey hey, good-bye,” a section of the crowd chanted.
crowd packed immediately below the podium received Bush in stony
silence when he took his seat on the stage surrounding the podium where
Barack Obama was scheduled to take the oath office to become the 44th
president of the United States.
The jeers are among the final public feedback Bush will receive as president.
First Lady Laura Bush and Lynne Cheney received light applause when they were announced to the crowd.
Bush is scheduled to depart from the East Front of the Capitol by helicopter after the swearing-in ceremony.
Obama received the loudest sustained cheers from thousands who chanted his name.
Obama took the stage the crowd gave its warmest welcome to former
President Bill Clinton and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.)
Vice-president elect Joe Biden also Michelle Obama also received warm welcomes.
Democratic lawmakers formed a raucous audience from the section of
seats rising immediately south of the speaker’s podium.
They launched into a “Rahmbo” chant when they spotted White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel.
Immediately followed by:
posted onTuesday, January 20, 2009 11:54:00 AM
(Don’t get thickly involved in thin things)
Irony may not be dead in Freeperville, but it’s definitely on life support.
More “civility” from Freepaholics? Coming right up!
I’m going to enjoy every minute of it too, regardless what happens.
Bastards asked for it and they’re definitely going to get it.
posted onTuesday, January 20, 2009 11:55:27 AM
Classy bunch of Birkenstock-wearing dope-smoking hippies.
I hope they get everything they so richly deserve from Obama.
God Bless America
God Save the Republic
I’ll venture that the wildest thing “diehard the hunter” every stalked was a good parking slot at Wally World.
That, or a car battery.
liberates millions of muslims
You misspelled “killed and tortured”
last year, and this is the thanks he gets?
Sometimes I wonder if this country is worth saving.
Oh, it definitely is. And we’re the ones who got stuck with the job, so just sit down and shut the fuck up.
underground home after a long day, I could not believe the riff-raff
crowding the Metro cars and station. Amazing, a bunch of back-pack
wearing 20-something year-olds, none in a suitor clean clothes,
singing and clapping and chanting and dancing. . .”Obama, Obama, Obama.
. .” Bleated over and over again. And these people have the right to
Why, that’s even better than a poll tax! A new suit, or no ballot for you, Jamal!
And what did you expect people (who traveled many miles to see history made) to chant?
You’re lucky they didn’t throw rotten tomatoes like a pissed-off Vaudeville crowd.
include Africa (sub_saharan and South Africa).
I truly witnessed African tribal behavior on the Metro, the dancing and
chanting, and all that was missing were the AK-47’s and shots being
fired into the air.
posted onTuesday, January 20, 2009 12:02:02 PM
And bones in their noses. Don’t forget that part.
I can’t stand these masses of the young and of
youth-worship today. The people you saw on the metro are the same lazy,
stupid, brainwashed ‘youth’ that littered the streets of Seattle for 10
years when I was there. You try to engage them in conversation and it
is like trying to talk to a sheep.
I prefer the company of
conservative youth who are hungry for reasoned knowledgeand, more and
more these days, just about anyone over 70.
posted onTuesday, January 20, 2009 12:10:33 PM
byGhost of Philip Marlowe
(The people who cheered when OJ was acquitted are the same ones cheering now.)
Or, as they’re commonly referred to, “Your base”.
More septuagenarian stupidity after the jump, so let’s do the Jumpin Jive…