Photo evidence

Hillary & sidekicks

I’m sure this will stand up in court as proof that it all happened exactly like the WH says.

Unfortunately, the CIA redacted all the thought bubbles, or we would also have proof of what they were thinking.

This photo was smuggled to us by our secret undercover agent ralphb.

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60 Responses to Photo evidence

  1. votermom says:

    I want this book, btw.

  2. murphy says:

    LOL, brilliant votermom!

    what’s O dressed as? A sidekick I hope?

  3. Valissa says:

    What a FABULOUS photo! I grew up reading comic books and still LOVE all the superhero mythologies. Who doesn’t wish they had some kind of special super duper powers?

    Many thanks to Ralph to discovering this for us 🙂

  4. Valissa says:

    Very sweet story… they look damn good for their ages (90 & 100)!

    On 100th birthday, he married the woman of his dreams

  5. ralphb says:

    Good story about Palin form The Atlantic. I didn’t think they had it in them.

    • votermom says:

      They actually managed to say some good stuff while carefully repeating that she’ll never win.

    • Valissa says:

      That is a good story, and the title reflects something I’ve thought about too recently. Glad to see someone at the Atlantic is open to fair reporting.

  6. jjmtacoma says:

    too funny! Love the picture.

  7. foxyladi14 says:

    big O giving a speech
    It’s not a speech – it’s a campaign rally
    barf 👿

    • DeniseVB says:

      Good luck with that. Aren’t we still waiting for the FOIA for the Air Force One manifest that buzzed NYC 2 years ago?

      • catarina says:

        hey, they don’t call it WTF for nuthin..

        • DeniseVB says:

          LOL. Now, if Bush had not responded to FOIA’s for 2 years ? If Bush had made it mandatory we receive his “emergency text messages” ?

          I wasn’t a fan of Bush policies at all, but dang, the “left” I knew is awfully quiet allowing President Bam Bam get away with sh*t.

        • 1539days says:

          I once said in my blog that if the media can’t police their favorite politicians, they need to have them taken away and replaced with people they both hate and would investigate.

        • votermom says:

          Like Clinton. They really hated the Clintons.

          Right now the media seems to really hate Palin & The Donald.

        • Anonymous says:

          For some voters, Trump might have a better chance in 2012 against Obama than in 2016 against some allegedly serious Democrat. Trump is the anti-Obama. Clown vs clown. (No offense to miq2xu.)

  8. djmm says:

    Fabulous picture, Ralph! And not a copyright infringement as it is a parody. I must say, I love HC as Wonder Woman!


    • DeniseVB says:

      Morrissey’s “No one OPPOSES legal immigration” is exactly right.

      Unfortunately, Obama supporters will take him for his word, not the evil, angry, racist conservative’s.

  9. DeniseVB says:

    NJ is reporting The Apprentice finale’s been taped since November ?

    I do try to catch the finales, as I recall, the last few minutes always go live ?

    • votermom says:

      Yes, the finale has a live segment, with a studio audience. The person who wrote that article must not be a CA watcher. LOL.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I think the writer was trying to discredit Trump announcing run/not run on that segment. Probably a media invention in the first place because he insisted he couldn’t declare/not declare til after TA was over.

        Haven’t heard much from The Donald since Van Jones declared him a racist. Maybe NBC told him to STFU til after the show’s over ?

        • votermom says:

          The media was full of news articles yesterday crowing that Trump is dead because a Public Policy Poll had him dropping from 1st to 5th. Based on that poll, our next President is Huckabee.

          It’s the new WWTSBQ.

  10. DeniseVB says:

    All my news sources are from snarky sources now, hey, like Jon Stewart, but less mean:


  11. DeniseVB says:

    Forgive me, a little pimp for my break from politics:

    Probably a brain *fart* from my JRE All the Way days?

  12. ralphb says:

    Video: City promises Dallas teen she can keep $2,000 that she found — and then confiscates it

  13. ralphb says:

    The People vs. Goldman Sachs

    Personally I do not like Taibbi at all but this is another really amazing article about the financial meltdown and the ongoing criminal enterprise.

    Upton Sinclair’s narrative shocked the nation into a painful realization about the pervasive filth and corruption behind America’s veneer of smart, robust efficiency. But Carl Levin’s very similar tale probably will not. The fact that this evidence comes from a U.S. senator’s office, and not the FBI or the SEC, is itself an element in the worsening tale of lawlessness and despotism that sparked a global economic meltdown. “Why should Carl Levin be the one who needs to do this?” asks Spitzer. “Where’s the SEC? Where are any of the regulatory bodies?”

    This isn’t just a matter of a few seedy guys stealing a few bucks. This is America: Corporate stealing is practically the national pastime, and Goldman Sachs is far from the only company to get away with doing it. But the prominence of this bank and the high-profile nature of its confrontation with a powerful Senate committee makes this a political story as well. If the Justice Department fails to give the American people a chance to judge this case — if Goldman skates without so much as a trial — it will confirm once and for all the embarrassing truth: that the law in America is subjective, and crime is defined not by what you did, but by who you are.

    I think we have already just about proved enough about the state of American law by now.

    • Mr. Mike says:

      Obama had a choice, do something for the moms, pops, and the kids who donated $5 or reward his corporate cronies.

      Do I need to type the next sentence?

  14. Anonymous says:

    OT: For some voters, Trump might have a better chance in 2012 against Obama than in 2016 against some serious Democrat. Trump is the anti-Obama. Clown vs clown. (No offense to miq2xu.)

  15. Mr. Mike says:

    OT but I went to Wiki to look at Hispanic Republicans who might be presidential candidate material not necessarily in 2012 but 2016. There are a few who could do it.

    2012 would be fun because it would peel away Hispanic voters from the Democrats.

  16. Valissa says:

    HURRAY! John McCain to Bush apologists: Stop lying about Bin Laden and torture

    This is getting really good. As noted below, John McCain in an Op ed this morning skewered the claim that the killing of Bin Laden vindicates torture. But just now, on the Senate floor, he uncorked a new broadside that is quite remarkable, taking direct aim at Bush apologists who are reviving this debate in order to claim Bin Laden’s death as part of the Bush legacy.

    McCain added new information that amplifies his case, and called on former Bush attorney general Michael Mukasey — whose recent op ed claiming torture led to Bin Laden has been widely cited by the right — to retract his claims.

    … This is taking on the makings of an old-fashioned, barn-burning senatorial crusade, and it’s unclear if anyone of McCain’s stature is going to step up and make the pro-torture case. For all his flaws, McCain carries great authority on this issue because of his own past experiences.

    Suggest reading the whole thing! There are some great excerpts from McCain’s speech in the article, and a video of it is expected to be released soon.

    • 1539days says:

      If only he were that passionate about beating Obama in 2008.

      What bothers me is that this administration can take the high ground when they ordered what was essentially a hit squad on OBL. Let’s not forget that they also still have an outstanding kill order against a US citizen who joined al-Qaeda.

      It’s all shades of gray, even if you like some of the shades.

    • Mr. Mike says:

      I got a phone call from the guidance councilor for one of my offspring’s high school. They were concerned about the fictitious name that the kid used in one of the school activity sponsor books.
      It was all I could do to keep from laughing in their face.

      But then some people are quick to hire an ambulance chasing shyster for any perceived wrong (or any chance for a quick buck).

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