Sunday Funday


I was worried about the cops busting down my door without a warrant and shooting me, so I put up a sign to tell them not to waste their time.

I feel safer now.

According to ABC, Sarahcuda wants this for her ringtone. I think she should check into getting permission to use it as her campaign theme song.


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48 Responses to Sunday Funday

  1. myiq2xu says:

    I’ve spent the past two days watching the Harry Potter marathon on ABC Family.

    Is it just me or does Draco Malfoy remind anyone else of an Obot?

  2. DeniseVB says:

  3. ralphb says:

    From Palin’s lips to God’s ears…

    โ€œI’m going to call him our temporary leader because my goal is to make sure that President Obama is not reelected in 2012 so that we don’t have to continue to go down this path of this foreign policy that really makes no sense,โ€ she said.

  4. Dario says:

    I like the song, and I think it’s perfect for Sarahcuda. I’d follow her campaign just to listen to that song.

  5. ralphb says:

    Though I find Obama to be revolting, this is a good article by an Egyptian writer about the “Arab Spring”.

    Our revolt is not Obama’s

    If Obama is serious about supporting self-determination, here’s a to-do list: remove state department warnings and give tax breaks to Americans holidaying in Egypt and Tunisia; grant a temporary tax amnesty to Egyptian imports; find our stolen money and hold it until our elections; regulate the US security industry; stop US aid to Israel and Egypt; close tax loopholes that encourage US citizens to fund settlements in Palestine; encourage Israeli transparency regarding its nuclear weapons.

    In the end, our revolutions are not by or for or about the US. We in Tunisia and Egypt, and soon in Libya, Syria, Yemen, are looking for ways to run our countries to the benefit of our people and the world. We see that democracy is a necessary, but not sufficient, condition. “Democratic” systems are failing their people, in Britain, in India, in the US, as millions fall into poverty, banks take precedence over hospitals and universities, the environment is degraded and the fabric of society frayed, the media are compromised, and politico-business scandals are standard entertainment.

    The world needs better; and that’s what we’re working for.

    I wish them success if that’s what they are really working for, but it’s a question for now.

  6. Proud to be a redneck moose. Hell yea.

  7. Saw these two in a little watering hole in my town. Amazing.

  8. votermom says:

    I’m going to bring up my question from the last thread, in case anyone has insights: About Israel โ€“ I really donโ€™t understand all the comments all over the news articles & blogs โ€“ itโ€™s like 80% of them are all saying Israel should just die already.
    Are those just obots rushing to defend their Feckless Leader or do they really have a hate-on for Israelis?

    • I think it’s the usual upside down world thingy we’ve seen for the last three years.

      Obots thinking they’re defending their all knowing maker of the crunchy biscuits and kool-aid may be a bit part of it. All of the changes in the middle east separate from the world of obots may be playing a part. Who knows.

      I added the crunchy biscuits part. Sounded good. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • DeniseVB says:

      Even when I did peas marches during the Bush2 years, there was always a group who hate, hate, hatey, hated Israel and I never could understand why? Liberals don’t hate? Where did that come from? I still get emails from United For Peas and Justice, always hating on something…..but not 3-War Obama?

      Sorry to ruin Sunday Funday, but I think the Dems have been hijacked by haters. Misogynists and racists (Cain is Minstrel Boy for the GOP?). Derrrrrr

      • votermom says:

        I think you are right — Dems do seem to encourage hating among the rank & file. There is always someone being painted as eviiil for not agreeing with them and then they pat themselves on the back for being so enlightened and tolerant.

        • myiq2xu says:

          The leaders of BOTH parties are strongly pro-Israel, at least publicly anyway. This is a reflection of the wealth and political power wielded by the American Jewish community.

          The rank and file GOP don’t necessarily like Israel, they just think reformation of Isreal as an independent nation is necessary .

        • votermom says:

          Well, after Bambi’s speech, I bet a lot of previously indifferent GOP rank & filers have now decided they are pro-Israel. Part of his reverse Midas touch.

    • Three Wickets says:

      I can’t go to the prog blogs anymore. The misogyny and the anti-semitism cup runneth over too much for me.

      • votermom says:

        According to them, hating Palin isn’t misogyny because she deserves it, and hating Israel isn’t anti-Semitism because some of their bestest friends are American Jews.

        • Three Wickets says:

          Well the Palin bashing doesn’t seem that different from the Hillary bashing. It’s very, um, visceral. As for bestest friends and such, there are many American Jews on the left who seem to give people a lot of permission. But then, there are also many American Jews on the right. I think that’s called democracy. Just that some people really fall for the permission thing and become quite expressive, specially now with all this social media and the wonders of anonymity. And it usually isn’t about the actual geopolitics of the middle east because most of these loudmouths don’t appear to know much about the history and geopolitics of the middle east.

      • gxm17 says:

        Ya know, Three Wickets. The sad truth is that it always has. I began to notice it back in 2000, but it took 2008 for me to realize that the haters had taken over.

  9. Saudyssey says:

    Saudi woman arrested for driving. More demonstrations planned for June. You heard it here first.

    http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentID=20110522101280

  10. Saudyssey says:

    moderation? wtf?

  11. 1539days says:

    This morning, I see Rachel Maddow is on Tweety’s Sunday show. What’s interesting was that the panel was talking about GOP candidates and 2012 and Maddow kept talking about one thing. Of all the potential canidates, she kept saying that Sarah Palin shouldn’t be counted out. Obviously, she is PDS locked into the idea that Sarah Palin is unelectable and the Tea Party contingent could give her the nomination. That way, Maddow’s idle could win reelection. I’m pretty sure the Democrats with any brains worry about a run by Palin because they just can’t predict her effect on voters.

    • votermom says:

      Bob Somerby has something to say about Maddow here, and also about progs using hate & the race card.
      http://dailyhowler.com/dh052011.shtml

      • ralphb says:

        Somerby seems to be displaying a bit of his own blindness with part of that post. For example when he says is was silly of Cornell West to make this statement.

        โ€œCan you imagine if Barack Obama had taken office and deliberately educated and taught the American people about the nature of the financial catastrophe and what greed was really taking place?โ€ West asks. โ€œIf he had told us what kind of mechanisms of accountability needed to be in place, if he had focused on homeowners rather than investment banks for bailouts and engaged in massive job creation he could have nipped in the bud the right-wing populism of the tea party folk. The tea party folk are right when they say the government is corrupt. It is corrupt. Big business and banks have taken over government and corrupted it in deep ways.

        I agree with Cornell West completely. The American people are not stupid and know damn well their government and Wall St is corrupt. The Tea Party started in response to the bailouts.

        Maybe the only people who think the public is this stupid are those who don’t know it themselves, like Somerby seems to be surprised by it for some idiot reason.

        • votermom says:

          Yes, it’s not the public that’s stupid, it’s the likes of Cornell West who think that just because someone charms them they will do good. How could he have looked at his buddy’s record and not realized his buddy is as corrupt as they come?

  12. DeniseVB says:

    I got’s a peas prize ๐Ÿ˜€

    http://www.youtube.com/user/StevenCrowder?blend=1&ob=5#p/u/46/PnLqoRtUAVg

    Saw a WTF 2012 on this site ๐Ÿ˜‰

  13. Three Wickets says:

    BO’s corporate gang are sending their money overseas. Big surprise, not. There is no domestic jobs strategy.

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