6:35 am April 26, 2009, by Jay
But please, don’t stay in the house all day.
I Report/ You Whine
April 26th, 20097:20 am
But please, don’t stay in the house all day.
Anybody else notice that the liberals are always the first ones to hop in the car, ride around in aimless stupid circles, babbling in the cellphone, as a means of taking a break from whining about “global warming” and our “wasteful use of the world’s resources?”
Odd, isn’t it?
Taunted boy just told pals, ‘Bye’-Urinal
Yeah, Obozo’s promise to bring us all together, to set aside the “childish things,” has developed a hitch to say the least.
Not only have we not embarked of the journey to nirvana, we have not yet entered the promised land, it seems to me that the election of their dear leader has made the libs a lot more angry and vengeful than they were with the Bushie in charge.
And to think, this is after only three months of hopeandchange.duh.
How much worse does it get?
April 26th, 20097:27 am
Coming Tuesday: The redesigned AJC: Delivering for our readers. By Julia Wallace, Urinal
Oh good, what lies are we being told today-
Balance and transparency: AJC readers want a balance of viewpoints on the @issue pages. On news pages, we’ve created new ways to explain how we got a story and offer tips on how you can check our sources.
Oh yeah, “transparency,” the lib code word for not releasing all of the torture memos and conducting We The People’s business behind closed and locked doors.
Let me guess, all these changes are to help you “cut your deficit,” right?
April 26th, 20097:35 am
Aahhh, yes, look how far we have come from the days of the “worst foreign policy decision in US history,” “the surge won’t work” and “imminent civil war -”
Bruno played down the latest burst of violence, saying she saw “no sign” it would re-ignite the sectarian warfare that ravaged the country in recent years. She said the Iraqi government had “come a long, long way” and that the bombings were “a signal that the rejectionists fear Iraq is going in the right direction.”-Urinal/TeamObozo
Looks like “more of the same” to me, don’t it, bookman, hahahahahaha.
There is nothing like the democrats losing a war to sharpen theirs minds.
April 26th, 20097:55 am
If we Americans are the good guys, if we’re going to go around the world as the champions of human rights, democracy and the rule of law, if we’re going to demand punishment for pirates, tyrants and Pol Pots, don’t we have to actually practice what we preach? If we’re the “shining city upon a hill,” “the last, best hope of earth,” aren’t we required to inhabit a higher moral plane than homicidal theo-fascists?-Queen Pinko, Urinal
That was the last president, Tuck, this one wants to be buddies with Pol Pot.
You did hear about Barak Obozo, didn’t you?
Interesting point, however, now that we as a nation apologize to cut throat dictators who’s victims consider torture a welcome respite from being buried in the ground and stoned to death, how many more people of the world, that we so long to be a part of, will now suffer more REAL torture at the hands of regimes that know we will not call them to account?
Or is that really the purpose of all this democrat public display of self abuse? Do you really care about people getting tortured or is this just politics? And if it is not, do you realize the alternative is far worse?
democrats are like the woman that jumped into the polar bear enclosure at the zoo, she thought they were just cute and cuddly, but imagine the surprise when they started eating her.
So which is it, are you libs stupid or vindictive?
April 26th, 20098:16 am
“….she thought they were just cute and cuddly, but imagine the surprise when they started eating her.”
Please get your mind out of the gutter. This is a family blog.
April 26th, 20098:31 am
Isn’t this shaping up to be another beautiful day under the leadership of an educated, articulate and caring President. Why yes, yes it is. I’m looking forward to eight years of President Obama. He’ll need every one of them in order to undo the mess that was left behind by the GOP and the Bush Administration. Life is good.
April 26th, 20098:40 am
“Don’t stay in the house all day and don’t slam the-BAM!-screen door!”
GOP is gone
April 26th, 20098:52 am
Ah, warm weather and a long cycle ride…
April 26th, 20098:59 am
I Report/ You Whine
April 26th, 2009
It only gets better!
Clinton always has been a hawk on Iraq.
We’ve certainly lost our moral authority, if we ever had any.
April 26th, 20099:19 am
regarding Obama, Chavez, Daniel Ortega, and last week’s meetings–
What is interesting about Obama’s non-confrontational approach to both leaders is that it suggests Obama has learned not to feed the proverbial trolls.
April 26th, 20099:52 am
WASHINGTON (AP) – Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano met with the American Legion on Friday to apologize for a right-wing extremism report written by her agency, and the veterans group walked away from the meeting mollified.
Napolitano blamed one of her agency’s analysts for prematurely sending out the intelligence assessment to law enforcement, according to Craig Roberts, an American Legion member who attended the meeting.
April 26th, 200910:23 am
Spokesloon Gibbs was just on MTP and a question about the first 100 days came up. After some of his usual drivel he said the American people were mostly interested in what the President was doing to make their lives better.
I have never spent one day of my life ever concerned about what a President was doing to make life better. Any of you?
April 26th, 200910:38 am
get a life.
April 26th, 200910:58 am
Andy – what getalife said…
RW – yes
April 26th, 200911:17 am
RW – yes. He makes $400k/yr. So, yes, my conservative instincts would like to know what he does for it. Especially now that there is once again an adult in the office and the $400k is no longer just a total abuse of the welfare concept…
April 26th, 200911:19 am
Free Swim? and here I am without my water wings.
I’d like to believe that the Obama administration has left the media to chase their tails on this matter of enhanced interrogation. While I do respect some of the things Obama is doing, I can have none for his caving to left-wing extremists on this issue. When all is said and done, however, should this exposure of memos and pictures result in retaliation against our troops in the ME, it’ll be the leftists and their media that Americans hold responsible.
“Left” to be floating face down in the eyes of most Americans.
Obama should have gone with his original thought of moving on rather than let MoveOn put their torturous screws through his brain.
April 26th, 200911:31 am
How could you possibly take my question to mean I wasn’t interested in whatever the President does? By the way, I don’t believe President Bush took a salary.
What is it you expect the President to do to personally enhance the value of your life?
April 26th, 200911:35 am
I think I see part of the problem here. I left out a word in my 10:23.
I have never spent one day of my life ever concerned about what a President was doing to make MY life better. Any of you?
April 26th, 200911:45 am
“Karl Rove and Dick Cheney. You had your eight years, now just go away.” ~ Meghan McCain
After the Uppity One, she must be Public Enemy Number One among the Republiconned.
Pretty Boy Hannity said he would consent to being water boarded? “Sure. I’ll do it for charity. I’ll let you (Charles Grodin) do it. I’ll do it for the troops’ families.”
Man, if, and that is the biggest if in all of ifdom, that slimy chickenhawk really did follow through, it would pass the final episode of M*A*S*H as the all time ratings king! Then maybe we’d finally get some valuable information from Mr. Vanity…
April 26th, 200911:51 am
What this blog needs is a former technology writer to find out why the IT department can’t make a simple blog work properly.
April 26th, 200912:29 pm
Cherokee- It’s rather obvious that you and getalife slept until about ten o’clock this morning, typical of any lazy as-s democrat, so please don’t be offended if I don’t take your advice.
April 26th, 200912:49 pm
No, you don’t prosecute people for bad legal advice, John, but you DO prosecute people for violating Article III of the Geneva Conventions. And you know that. The effort to redefine this as a political issue speaks strongly about the Republican party, its basic lack of principles which are based on the values of America, and its “I’m against it because you’re for it” mentality that is always the hallmark of its actions when it’s not the party in power.
If we fail to follow the trail of the Torture Regime, whether it was a Republican president or a Democratic one, then we will have violated the human rights of those who were imprisoned (illegally) and tortured (illegally) just so we could try to save face in our own country rather than owning up to and actually being the world’s leading superpower.
Shame on you for for following that old “I’m innocent no matter how guilty!” policy that has shamed and disgraced the Republican party for the past twenty-five years, and is now threatening to shame and disgrace the entire United States.
April 26th, 20091:10 pm
Pres. Obama: “We are not a Christian nation…”
“For false Christs and false prophets will arise and will show great signs and wonders, so as to mislead, if possible, even the elect.”-Matthew 24:24
How about that, Jesus knew of thee Obozo almost 2000 years ago.
April 26th, 20091:13 pm
but you DO prosecute people for violating Article III of the Geneva Conventions
When they shed their uniform….
When they intentionally hide among non-combatants….
When they intentionally use civilians as shields….
They get NO protection under the Convention.
Facts….. they’re just a Google click away….
April 26th, 20092:12 pm
I see you are debating yourself today. Loser.
April 26th, 20092:14 pm
Remember back when I asked the question “who would the democrats whine about when there were only democrats left,” welp, we got our answer-
In a South Carolina Town Where the Downturn Has Deepened Since the Inauguration, Two Obama Supporters Have Struggled, Going From ‘Fired Up’ to Tired Out. On Day 4 of his presidency, the Solutia textile plant laid off 101 workers. On Day 23, the food bank set a record for meals served. On Day 50, the hospital fired 200 employees and warned of further job cuts. On Day 71, the school superintendent called a staff meeting and told his principals: “We’re losing 10 percent of our budget. That means some of us won’t have jobs next year, and the rest should expect job changes and pay cuts.” On Day 78, the town’s newly elected Democratic mayor, whose campaign was inspired partly by his admiration for Obama, summarized Greenwood’s accelerating fragility. “This is crippling us, and there’s no sign of it turning around,” Welborn Adams said.-Washington Post
What, no more hopeandchange.duh?
April 26th, 20092:19 pm
mmoron- Lucky for you, those with diminished brain capacity are unaware of their pathetic condition.
Besides which, I can multi task, I am watching my beloved White Sox, although it is rather painful doing so, the Jays are doing their best to end Jose Contreras’s career, sitting out on the screened in porch with my laptop, enjoying my exquisitely tended landscaping on such a beautiful Lord’s day.
Dogs Against Whiners
April 26th, 20092:55 pm
Isn’t it nice that most mental institutions have exquisitely tended landscaping?
April 26th, 20093:03 pm
Geez whiner…I’m actually beginning to feel Sorry for you! You don’t seem to have much of a life outside of whacking away on your keyboard 24/7!
Off to meet some friends (whiner, do you have any?) and enjoy a couple of cold brews, and some barbeque…
Have a good day everybody
April 26th, 20093:17 pm
No, it’s just me and the family today, something you gay, lesbian and transgendered liberals have no concept of.
And since you seem rather nosey about it, no, we are not drunk driving or “assaulting the environment” with the grill either, thanks for asking.
April 26th, 20093:41 pm
Andy, you seem a little grumpy today. Did Momma forget to wipe your bottom?
April 26th, 20094:24 pm
CDC says no travel to Mexico. What about travel from Mexico to the USA? Hundreds of illegals everyday. What are they bringing in with them? None of them are medically screened and that is why if we ignore our existing immigration laws, as we have been doing, we all lose. Also, I am not a consipiracy theorist but, I read about the qualities of this virus and it seems to include all of the nasties that someone would want for a terrorist bug. Can we trust the CDC, the Obama administration and our glorious congress to tell us the truth? Everyone knows that the easiest way now for terrorist to hit the United States is through Mexico, whether it be biological warfare, nuclear warfare or plain old conventional explosives. There is no control on our Mexico border. The drugs prove that. Meanwhile, our politicians stick their heads in the sand.
Jays telling everyone to go outside. Pretty ironic since he relies upon all the shut-ins hits to his site to make him viable for a check from the AJC. He knows they’ll be back.
April 26th, 20094:53 pm
Enter your comments here
April 26th, 20094:56 pm
I was hoping to display your condescension, stupidity and arrogance with some pointing bombast, but you beat me to it. You’re like the neocons – your own worst enemy an the democrats best friend.
April 26th, 20094:58 pm
and a douchebag too.
April 26th, 20095:50 pm
Susan Myers, if you check back, thanks for your consistently wise comments on this blog.
April 26th, 20095:53 pm
These al-Qaida thugs conspire to murder innocent women and children, without the slightest pretext that these are merely “collateral casualties” in a campaign against commonly recognized military targets. To what country can such thugs be remanded for justice? They can be taken out and shot at any time. The laws of war raise no objection.-LasVegasJournal
And that is exactly what Franklin Delano Roosevelt would have done.
April 26th, 20095:59 pm
Free swim, huh?
Looks like a couple of people are drowning
April 26th, 20097:11 pm
Close the damn border……
April 26th, 20097:13 pm
If I recall, the left went looney when Bush went golfing while our economy went down the tubes. Now Obama is out on a golf outing in the middle of an epidemic and the media is silent.
April 26th, 20097:30 pm
If he didn’t take a salary….we got what we paid for.
April 26th, 20097:33 pm
Re: pig flu. With the current NCLB reliance on attendance to show AYP, we are all DOOMED. At my school no one goes home who has a fever lower than 102 or is actively vomiting, preferably blood. I am not kidding. With 10% of our student body having direct ties to Mexico, let’s hope no one brings anything back with them. We are woefully unprepared for a real epidemic, cute little posters in the hall nonwithstanding.
April 26th, 20097:35 pm
OOPS, not to mention the other 10% of our school population, whose family members come from Guatemala VIA MEXICO.
April 26th, 20097:40 pm
Obama has put more work hours in 3 months than Bush did in a year.
so I need to politely ask you to shove it.
April 26th, 20097:57 pm
Oh yeah, Obozo has been burning the candle at both ends, flying off to lunatic Islam to visit all of his buddies.
How hard is it to apologize for things we haven’t done?
What a “struggle” that must have been to overcome.
And where is the courage in that?
I knew JFK, and this Obozo, he is no JFK.
April 26th, 20098:14 pm
How hard is it to tell Congress you need a trillion dollars in walking around money and let them write the bill?
How hard is it to put the price of the surge onto each of the next ten projected budgets and then claim you’ve discovered two trillion is savings since that allocation won’t be needed?
How hard is it to get chauffeured all over the world prostrating yourself and your country before anybody that will listen?
How hard is it to turn the White House into your personal concert and party hall?
It’s obviously to hard to vet cabinet members for him and teleprompter glitches make him look awfully stressed out so maybe that’s what you meant.
April 26th, 20098:22 pm
Thank you for coming forward, Mr. Soufan. We need more Americans like you.
April 26th, 20098:31 pm
I wonder if he has a Timothy McVeigh poster.
April 26th, 200910:37 pm
I’ve always wondered what it is that drives leftists to socialism/fascism…
The Far Left seem to want a world which never was and never can be, but suspend reality because it makes them feel better thinking that they can craft a Utopia. Socialists / Fascists believe in the concept of a “Benign Dictatorship” where some political strongman rules his people in a father like manner.”
the absent father. No wonder fatherless families are all the rage these days.
April 26th, 200910:39 pm
color me enlightened!!!
only Liberals come from one-parent households!!
who woulda thunk??
wonder if Newt’s kids from his first two marriages know about this?
April 26th, 200910:41 pm
make that “Dreams of A Father”.
April 26th, 200910:44 pm
Now that’s funny, Midor!
The last post before my 10:37 was at 8:31.
At 10:39 in pops Midori to respond to my 10:37.
You really don’t have anything to do but sit and wait for someone to post, do you Midori?
April 26th, 200911:30 pm
you flatter yourself, @@.
or are you trying to morph me into Andy?
anyhow, that tripe you posted was so utterly stupid, I just had to add my two cents.
something tells me you would have blown whistles and performed somersaults to whomever responded to that nonsense.
Cause in the end, It’s all about “you”, isn’t it?
April 27th, 20095:37 am
Slowly, green shoots of optimism appear, ah yes-bookman, Urinal
That’s the third or fourth time I heard “green shoots” in the drive by media, so good, bookman got the Obozo talking points memo this week.
Did ya get a biscuit too?
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