Introducing The Newest Addition to The Klown Family

Buster Brown

Meet Buster Brown, the newest addition to the Klown Family. Buster lives in Nobelsville, Indiana with My Darling Daughter, the guy she married, and My Awesome Grandkids #3 & #4!

Until recently Buster was a Democrat, but a few weeks ago he opened his eyes and now he is very independent.

This is an open thread.

Soft kitty,
Warm kitty,
Little ball of fur.
Happy kitty,
Sleepy kitty,
Purr, purr, purr.

buster 2

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I was born and raised in a different country - America. I don't know what this place is.
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73 Responses to Introducing The Newest Addition to The Klown Family

  1. HELENK says:

    cuty kitty

    does backtrack ever think of anything that does not cost this country a bunch?

  2. myiq2xu says:
  3. myiq2xu says:
    • 49erDweet (D) says:

      Squirrels are necessary to maintain the illusion of competent governance. Reality sucks.

    • Constance says:

      That is just obscene that the Obots arrested this poor guy that they framed for the Benghazi murders because he made a bad movie. He is still in jail and none of the bleeding heart liberal media give a rats ass.

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  5. Jadzia says:

    Oh, the cuteness. I miss having a sweet little kitty!

    • myiq2xu says:

      Kittens need no excuse. Too bad they don’t stay that way.

      • angienc (D) says:

        Nothing better than a kitten.
        Nothing worse than a cat.

        (Not really, I love cats, but the difference between a kitten & a cat is HUGE — much bigger than between puppies & dogs, so I understand the expression “The only problem with kittens is they grow up to be cats.” ) 😉

        • Jadzia says:

          I love both, but now is just NOT the time to bring in yet another family member who doesn’t use the potty.

  6. HELENK says:

    ok it you are in a country illegally and claim you are at war with that country can you be arrested as an enemy combatant?

  7. myiq2xu says:
    • yttik says:

      Some people always have to find something to be miserable about.

    • Jadzia says:

      I hope that my friend whose twin babies died (she had HELLP and had to be delivered far too early) *never* sees this disgusting article. It’s been five years and she is still deep in her grief. Her life will never be the same. So forgive me if I’m not breaking out the violins for this guy. Are newborn twins hard? YES, according to every parents of twins I know. But to consider a “selective reduction” (and isn’t that an antiseptic phrase) when it’s not for the health of the babies (for example, if you end up pregnant with sextuplets) is appalling. And frankly, when you do IVF (which is what these folks did), unless you implant only one egg, you know that there is an increased possibility of multiples.

  8. HELENK says:

    really good question and picture

  9. myiq2xu says:

    Via Ed Driscoll:

    By the late Eighties, it was glaringly obvious that families were suffering a chronic crisis of identity and self-confidence.

    There were more and more divorces and single parents — along with mounting evidence that family disintegration and the subsequent creation of step-families or households with no father figure at all did incalculable damage to children.

    ‘Too many children lack a consistent mother or father figure,’ researchers told me.

    Poverty, the Left’s habitual excuse, could not be the culprit since middle-class children were also not receiving the parental attention they required.

    For me, the traditional family is sacred because it embodies the idea that there is something beyond the selfish individual.

    But it was being turned into a mere contract that either side could break more or less at will.

    I listened to the evidence of those with no particular ideological fixation or agenda, but who simply spoke of what they saw was happening.

    From Zelda West-Meads of the marriage guidance counsellors Relate, I learned that, though many single mothers did a heroic job, it was the absence of the father that did such terrible damage to their children. So I described how fathers were vital to the emotional health of children.

    Fatherless families were also at least partly responsible for a national breakdown in authority and rising levels of crime.

    My view was backed in 1992 when three influential social scientists with impeccable Left-wing pedigrees produced a damning report.

    From their research, they concluded that children in fractured families tend to suffer more ill-health, do less well at school, are more likely to be unemployed, more prone to criminal behaviour and to repeat as adults the same cycle of unstable parenting.

    But instead of welcoming this analysis as identifying a real problem, the Left turned on the authors, branding them as evil Right-wingers for being ‘against single mothers’.

    • The narrative. Always the narrative. Right or wrong, the narrative. If it goes against the narrative, no matter what – it’s just plain wrong.

      • Jadzia says:

        You know what, I would love to see just one of these types of articles talk about the effects of losing a MOTHER on kids of various ages. Because the law in many states now is joint custody in virtually all cases, and if mom loses her job and can’t find another one locally, her choices are (a) poverty; or (b) losing her child. (Yeah, I take this personally, because it happened to me. I won’t bore you with the details of how the children I have with my second husband, who are being raised by us, are turning out, in comparison to my oldest, who is being raised by Nintendo, the Internet, and the local cable TV company.) In many/most jurisdictions the letter of the law is “best interests of the child,” but in reality it’s more like a lot of chest-beating by parents who “know their rights.”

        Maybe I’m a bad parent for declining to spend my son’s hard-earned college fund on custody litigation, but by all accounts I would have lost simply because I could not find work locally.

        At any rate, this experience has convinced me NEVER to get divorced again, whatever the personal consequences.

        • Yep. It’s changed. And sometimes not for the better, but then progress isn’t always good, is it?
          IS is now walking the preventable divorce plank and absolutely refuses to lower himself to obtaining parental counsel. How uncool would that be?
          So we’ve chosen to take DIL’s “side” because she’s right and is the stable one in 3 yo GD’s life. Plus he’s so deep in debt he has little choice but to sponge off us as far as we allow. Which will not be much more. But my heart breaks for GD’s future.

        • yttik says:

          Helenk posted this in the last thread:

          It was a good article because many, many times we stayed married for the sake of the kids. That’s an unpopular idea these days, but it really is a much more natural response. People today seem to believe if they just find the right job, the right spouse, the right place to live, they’ll be happy, which will be good for the kids. The thing is, you take all your unhappiness with you. (Unless there’s abuse or violence of course, in which case getting the heck out of there is the best solution.) But far too many people are so quick to get divorced these days and they’re lying to themselves if they believe it’s good for the children.

        • votermom says:

          Staying together for the childrens’ sake is both honorable and responsible, it is the only option available for parents who see the raising of the children they have created as their primary responsibility.

          I completely agree with this .

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  12. foxyladi14 says:

    My Cats and kids have always been very independent. 🙂

  13. HELENK says:

    this was such a good article it should be read at every graduation

  14. HELENK says:

    Marine asks some good questions. Audio not good but there is a written transcript

  15. myiq2xu says:
    • angienc (D) says:

      I’m actually quite surprised to see the MSM so eagerly throwing Hillary under the bus — every time I’ve seen/heard the story being discussed it is always in terms of how this is such bad news for Hillary. while hardly mentioning Obama at all. I mean, I knew the knives were going to come out for her eventually, but I thought it wouldn’t be until closer to 2016.

      • HELENK says:

        start now so there will be a hand picked backtrack supporter in place who will continue with the destructive policies

      • myiq2xu says:

        I’m not surprised. They can kill two birds with one stone by making Hillary the patsy. Blaming her means they can finish off her career and protect Obama at the same time.

  16. HELENK says:

    father of slain Benghazi SEAL
    whitehouse order was do not help them let them die.

    If it were my son, my fury would be uncontrollable

  17. The modern trend of using group transportation for special events on Saturday nights might be needing another look see. Pardon me if either has already been mentioned.
    The practice didn’t work out very well this past weekend in two widely separated locations. At about 10 pm local time a passenger on a party bus in Kansas City suddenly “falls out” and is fatally run over by following traffic; then two hours later but still at 10 pm local, five celebrants die in a bridal party limo fire on the San Mateo bridge. Maybe celebrating at home is messier, but might also be safer.

  18. HELENK says:

    this site might be helpful to bookmark

    c-span daily schedule that is can be printed
    I was looking for a schedule on the coming Benghazi hearings

  19. gxm17 says:

    Aw, too cute. We pick up our new kitty tomorrow night, a brown and white tabby. He’ll be our grandson’s playmate and he’s already christened him “Bolt” (much to my relief, I was worried he’d be named after a Ninja Turtle).

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  21. HELENK says:

    no bomber billy is not like the Boston bombers
    he is still alive and had a daddy that saved his murderous a$$ from jail/ damn shame that

  22. foxyladi14 says:

    What do you think of this??

    GotFreedom May 6, 2013 at 10:38 am

    Speaking of sequester, we have a friend who works for a private contractor at a base near DC who’s office received a letter not from their company but from the govt telling them they are not allowed to speak about sequester to anyone (their co-workers/family) or risk losing their job (obviously, they felt this goes against their 1st amendment rights to free speech which is why they mentioned it to us)! Can the govt threaten folks

    • HELENK says:

      did they sign any kind of confidentiality form when they were hired?

    • If true, they need to make sure to anonymously post a copy of that letter online, for everyone to read. It it goes public, whoever signed that letter may have a shortened career.

    • I think the end result would be – if it occurs – more massive damage and casualties to Palestinian interests. Whatever they do will be more symbolic than effective. They are basically cowards, picking off low hanging fruit and then running to mama when the farmer sic’s his dogs on ’em.

  23. HELENK says:

    this sounds scary as hell. especially since the backtrack bunch want us to be like Europe.

    all seeds must be registered by the government

  24. HELENK says:

    msnbc just renewed his contract. guess they can not get anybody else to spout the BS

  25. HELENK says:

    something that got lost in history.

    on this day May 6 1960 Dwight Eisenhower signed civil rights act

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