La-La-La I can’t hear you!

I found the above graphic at Hot Air. I found this at Rathole of Bitterness:

I’m am thinning out my Facebook friends list rapidly of people I knew around 4 years ago that I thought supported my vision–not the Romney/Ryan vision–because it is also the vision of Bill and Hillary Clinton. I’m all fine with the support of third party candidates but any one that tries to send me propaganda that Romney is a feminist based on hiring a few women years ago back in Massachusetts and therefor deserves my vote can frankly sell their frigging uterus and announce themselves a neutered slave imho. You’re going to be deleted from contact with me on Twitter and Facebook and you’re not going to be very welcome here either. I will not watch everything I care about–our immigrant heritage, our appreciation for the rights of minorities, women, GLBT communities, and others and our heritage of doing right by the least among us–be destroyed by greedy Vulture Capitalists who lie. I don’t care how mad you are at Obama, if you’re encouraging this group of race-baiting, women-hating, middle class destroying, religiously intolerant Republicans then be prepared to axed from my list and be moderated into byte hell here at Sky Dancing.

I have seen several lefty blogs recently announcing a “If you can’t say something bad then don’t say anything” policy in regards to Romney/Ryan. I haven’t noticed any similar policy on Wingnut blogs regarding Obama.

It’s pretty bad when your ideology is so weak you can’t stand to hear anything contrary.

Bill and Hillary are never afraid to debate anyone.

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65 Responses to La-La-La I can’t hear you!

  1. myiq2xu says:

    Slumming again?

  2. Oswald says:

    race-baiting, women-hating, middle class destroying, religiously intolerant Republicans

    In all fairness her power was out last week so she didn’t get to see the RNC convention.

    • propertius says:

      As opposed to the race-baiting, women-hating (hi, sweetie!), middle class destroying, religiously intolerant (Mormons iz weird!) Democrats.

      It’s very, very important to distinguish properly between them.

  3. myiq2xu says:

    What I really don’t get is all this hysteria over Mitt Romney. He’s about a moderate as they get. What’s even weirder is the idea that Paul Ryan will secretly be running things if Romney wins.

    • cj says:

      To each his own, I guess, but I don’t get it either. If any of them voted for McCain, what’s the big deal about voting for Romney? They talk about Hillary, but there’s no way either she or Bill are going to vote for BO. No f’n way. Carville either.

      Don’t know whether I believe it, but this is interesting:

      “Bill Clinton’s ‘closest political adviser’ voting for Romney”

      … Lizza explains that Band believes an Obama defeat will bode well for Hillary Clinton’s presidential prospects.

      “For [Bill] Clinton, the politics are more complicated,” he writes.

      “His associates take it as a given that he would like nothing more than to see his wife become President. Hillary Clinton will step down as Secretary of State after the campaign and begin the process of deciding whether she will run in 2016.”

      “By some measures,” Lizza concludes, “a defeat for Obama in November would leave Hillary the undisputed leader of her party and propel her toward the Oval Office that much faster. At least one of Clinton’s closest advisers seems to be backing that strategy.”

    • just scare tactics…..they’ve got to keep their true believers in line…..

  4. Lulu says:

    It is like preemptive cognitive dissonance. I wanted to do this in 2008 but I am not that gutless.

  5. HELENK says:

    I am pretty insulted. to find out that the for the almost 50 years i was a democrat they only considered me a vagina and a uterus is demeaning to me.
    I will stay and independent for the rest of my life.

    • lyn5 says:

      Sing it, Sister HelenK! The Democratic Party died in 2008, and Empty Chair cannot resurrect it. The New Democratic Party is filled with hate toward those who are not believers. Every election I plan to vote against the incumbents until all career politicians are gone. Independence and freedom are great.

    • wmcb says:

      I keep asking Dem friends to please offer me real evidence that R’s as a whole or Romney/Ryan in particular, leaving aside the abortion issue, hate or want to harm and oppress women. Please, just tell me what the fuck they have done or said that is soooo bad that you can throw that blanket “hates/has no respect for women” accusation over them.

      And you know what? They can’t. Oh, they will try to drag abortion into it, and I’ll remind them that I said excluding that. Or they will try to point at this or that minor mostly symbolic bill that they did/didn’t vote for. But not a damn one of them can offer me anything even REMOTELY approaching supporting evidence that Romney or the GOP are the epic apocalyptic ZOMG DISASTER!! for women that they keep claiming.

      If you are going to call someone the devil incarnate, then you’d better have some animal sacrifice remains and some good video of those cloven feet. Otherwise, the person who comes off as a hysterical unhinged unthinking extremist is not gonna be them.

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  8. myiq2xu says:

    Michael Clarke Duncan died.

  9. DandyTiger says:

    You’re going to be deleted from contact with me on Twitter and Facebook and you’re not going to be very welcome here either.

    Oh nooooooooos. What will I do?

  10. yttik says:

    Bahahaha! Love that, “Rathole of Bitterness.” I’ve actually thought about starting a blog called that. Seriously Obots, give me one flippin reason why I shouldn’t be bitter? If you aren’t bitter, you aren’t paying attention.

    • Maybe you could just do a regular weekly column called “Rathole of Bitterness” at P&L? if you’re interested.

      • HELENK says:

        this is from a commenter on an article about the calender.
        I had never heard this expression but it fits

        Horsesoldier • 3 hours ago

        Inside or outside the convention will be more of the same from this administration – they’ll still be selling blind men rat’s assholes for wedding rings


        Share ›

  11. carol haka says:

    I saw Bill’s video commercial today selling OTraitor’s vision for America. Bill can go fuck himself until he tells the truth. He’s full of shit, a liar and a traitor to this Country. Hillary needs to give him up also. The fix is in to give Hillary the nomination if she wants it if they play nice. 👿 Is that who you really want in the WH?

    • landolincoln says:

      “Is that who you really want in the WH?”

      As a matter of fact it is, and with respect, I think you need to chill. At the rate you’re going your blood vessels will be popping like champagne corks.

  12. myiq2xu says:

    Giants win a thriller in 10 innings.

  13. HELENK says:

    I forgot how good the spagetti westerns with Clint Eastwood were. It was so funny watching the end of The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly and then going right to the beginning of Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, where Clint starts out as a preacher.

  14. DM says:

    any one that tries to send me propaganda that Romney is a feminist based on hiring a few women years ago back in Massachusetts and therefor deserves my vote can frankly sell their frigging uterus and announce themselves a neutered slave imho. You’re going to be deleted from contact with me on Twitter and Facebook and you’re not going to be very welcome here either

    Was that a fatwa or a Papal Encyclical? Some people think too much of their own opinions.

  15. HELENK says:

    I had to bring this over from no quarter

  16. I am truly bummed. 40+ years of history coming to an end as my grandmother’s last ironing board, passed down to my mom and then to me, is now broken. They don’t make ’em like they used to. I can still use it, sorta, at a slant, but I need a new one. Next payday. Love & miss you Ma-maw! ♥

    • HELENK says:

      isn’t odd the things that can bring loving memories

    • DM says:

      You may not get one exactly the same thing, but I think you can get an excellent one, made in the U.S. if you visit thrift shops or garage sales. I’ve found great stuff that was made in the U.S. that way. Unfortunately, it takes time to find what you want. I make visits to thrift shops all the time to find beautiful tools and household items, waiting to be adopted and cared for by someone who understands value and great workmanship. It’s my way to work against the throw away mentality.

    • Jadzia says:

      So sad! They DO make them like they used to over here. One can still buy cheap crap, of course; however, more old-fashioned quality is available too, for a premium. I am currently saving for a “good old fashioned” iron that I can keep forever instead of buying a cheap one that will have to be replaced over and over.

  17. HELENK says:

    Buzz Ballad: Empty Chair

    —apologies to Hoagy Carmichael and “Rockin’ Chair”

    Ol’ empty chair’s got me—it injures my pride
    Can’t run on my record of failures I can’t hide.
    National debt’s climbin’ to the stratosphere
    And at the top of it, there sits an empty chair.

    Oh, my GM bailout, and my cash to cronies
    Stimulated nothing but a torrent of bankruptcy
    It’s a dismal record; Election day is near
    And I’m just an empty chair…

  18. HELENK says:

    Has anyone found out how long backtrack was in Louisiana tonight?
    I had read one hour but did not see anything official on that.
    if it was one hour, I have had pit stops with my kids on the road that lasted longer than that

  19. myiq2xu says:

  20. propertius says:

    But, I thought the Rathole of Bitterness was “a place to discuss real issues”. 😉

  21. threewickets says:

    Wow, haven’t been over there in ages. So brown shirty. It’s not like I agree with everyone here on everything. I don’t get this hedgehogging tendency with many bloggers during election season. Would think the point would be to debate and persuade more than alienate. It’s getting very frisky out there though.

  22. propertius says:

    Sorta reminds me of a song:

  23. propertius says:

    To be fair you omitted the following:

    Again, I’m fine with any one that wants to tell me about Jill or Rosanne even though I will argue if you live in some states we will have a frank discussion about Al Gore and Ralph Nader eventually. But, I do not under any circumstances want to read any one that tells me that the Romney/Ryan ticket are our friends. I don’t care if you decide to skip the presidential ticket either. Although, again, I’m not sure if I could do that if I lived in a swing state. I am all happy with you criticizing POTUS because on many, many issues, the man deserves criticism.

    Which tells me that as long as I don’t contend that murder under color of authority is somehow worse than having a bank account in the Caymans I’ll still be welcome. Say something like this:

    Thank God Obama only executes US citizens without trial and doesn’tt do anything really bad like have a bank account in the Caymans (like that vicious Republican plutocrat)!

  24. Alice says:

    I love it — I mean it positively tickles me and makes my day — when such open-minded and inclusive folk say I can sell my frigging uterus and be a neutered slave if I disagree with them. I’ll have to get that particularly pronouncement put on a fridge magnet.

    Eesh, four years later and the insanity is still dialed up to eleven.

  25. propertius says:

    And still they beg the question: What’s he done that merits re-election?

    • leslie says:

      propertius~ according to my upstairs neighbor (who wants Obama to declare himself a dictator and push all his programs through without the involvement of Congress), “Obama saved the automobile industry, he pushed through the all inclusive healthcare plan, he killed BinLaden.
      He has brought down the dictatorships of the middle east, and would have done SO MUCH MORE, if it hadn’t been for the REPUBLICANS who intentionally stood in his way because they are racists.”

  26. Karma says:

    That’s great she’s found her Obot line in the sand. But I refuse to vote for someone who stole my vote, twice. Once at the RBC meeting and again at the DNC convention while playing secret illegal ballot games with the delegates before they hit the floor. And then watching them fix the convention in front of millions who had no clue how this convention differed from the others….

    She has lost the plot if she thinks democracy takes a back seat to her uterus. And is blogging proof that Dems will only wake up and fight back once Obama is out of office.

    Blast from the past…article in full.

    Why Was Gloria Gagged?
    Thursday, August 28, 2008 – By Ryan Gierach, West Hollywood

    Gloria Allred, one of the local attorneys that won the California Same-Sex Marriage lawsuit and an elected Hillary Clinton delegate, walked the Democratic Convention floor with a gag in her mouth Tuesday.

    The sight “gag” was a device she used to call attention to her wish “to have all of Hillary’s votes counted,” and the DNC’s wish to keep her mum on the subject.

    Ms. Allred, a past-Christopher Street West Grand Marshal, researched the question to find that the DNC’s by-laws say that a delegate must cast their vote in concert with the votes cast by their electors, the primary voters.

    “I wanted to speak at the breakfast meeting,” she said, “to inform the delegates on the law regarding their votes for Hillary. They denied me that chance and they denied me an opportunity to hold a Hillary Delegate only meeting afterward.”

    Her supporters passed out leaflets announcing a rogue meeting while she walked the convention floor gagged.

    Ms. Allred, as soon as her meeting ended, led a 3-400 person strong march on the streets around the convention center in Denver, driving home the point that she wanted women’s votes for Hillary Clinton to be counted.

    “On this 88 anniversary day of women’s’ right to vote,” she said, “it’s outrageous that our votes will not be called out as they have been in every other past convention.”

    Meanwhile, negotiations between the Clinton faction and the Obama campaign worked toward a mutually satisfying solution to the roll call problem in which Ms. Clinton wanted her delegates counted on the floor.

    She ended up releasing all her delegates to vote for Mr. Obama and then, when it came the State of New York’s turn on Wednesday at 4:48 EDT, she took the microphone and, in dramatic fashion, moved that Mr. Obama be named the Democratic nominee for president by acclamation.

    She assured her supporters that all the votes not yet cast would be counted and recorded for posterity.

    California and Ms. Allred did have a chance to call the delegation’s roll, but chose not to because the state was called while the their ballots were being counted, according to Bob Mulholland, a senior advisor to the state Democratic Party.

    Yeah, counting…that’s it. Chicago style. Or maybe CA delegates had to pass their position in the roll until Hillary nominated him. Those pesky laws that always get in Obama’s way.

    • Karma says:

      And not a huge fan of Gloria Allred but the fact that the O-DNC managed to gag her. Of all people….Gloria Allred…gagged!? A stunning feat all on it’s own.

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