WTF Wednesday – Gobsmackingly Stupid Edition


Just when you thought it couldn’t get any stupider, they go and prove you wrong.

Radical Islamists Have Kidnapped Hundreds of Innocent Nigerian Girls. Here Is First Lady Obama’s Answer.

A #@#!$#$@*%#@#$ hashtag.

Her husband commands the world’s most powerful military. But at least the abducted girls, who may be sold into sex slavery, get a sadface from the First Lady.

The group who kidnapped the girls, Boko Haram, deserve to be wiped off the face of the earth.


This is fucking embarrassing.

I’m pretty sure that Boko Haram doesn’t have a Twitter account. This is nothing but meaningless symbolism, and not even good symbolism. The only way this will help is if the kidnappers laugh themselves to death.

The White House might as well announce “We’re not going to do anything!”

Unfuckingbelievable.

WORST. PRESIDENT. EVER.

Jeebus.


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85 Responses to WTF Wednesday – Gobsmackingly Stupid Edition

  1. lyn says:

    No comment.

  2. 49erDweet says:

    Sadly, Worst.First.Lady.Ever.

  3. DeniseVB says:

    WTF indeed. It’s why I follow http://www.michellesmirror.com/ too.

  4. votermom says:

    Pathetic.
    Embarrassingly so.

  5. votermom says:

    • lyn says:

      Yep.

      • Lulu says:

        The culture of doing squat but putting your ugly mug on the internet. What a shallow narcissistic git. And “our girls”? They are Nigeria’s girls not ours. Calling them “our girls” and doing not a goddamn thing is the extent of of their actions. The WH and whatshername haven’t said shit about all the people these loons are murdering to capture “our girls”.

  6. votermom says:

  7. mcnorman says:

    September Westgate Mall Nairobi Kenya mall massacre and then this in March.

    In the past two weeks, more 300 people have been killed by Boko Haram guns and car bombs including last month’s brutal assault on a boarding school in which 59 students were murdered.

    http://africanarguments.org/2014/03/11/is-it-time-for-a-more-serious-response-to-boko-haram-r-bennett-furlow/

    Oh yeah, they are surely sharding their unders worrying about that sadface.

  8. 49erDweet says:

    OTOH, it’s extremely thoughtful of the WH to not interfere with Boko Haram’s religious practices.

    • Mary says:

      Obama did say something about not allowing the prophet of Islam to be slandered, didn’t he? At the UN. Same day (sept 25, 15 days AFTER he knew Benghazi was a terrorist attack and not a demonstration about a video).

      (snort)

  9. DeniseVB says:

    WWRD do ? She’s cool with all this, right ?

  10. votermom says:

    OT. Watts Up WIth That on Bammy’s Climate Whatever thing

  11. leslie says:

    Gobsmacked is the perfect word for my reactions to this absurd picture. They are so filled with unawareness.

  12. Jadzia says:

    Is this the first kidnapping of this type? I feel like I read a story very very similar to this (girls kidnapped from a high school, I think in Nigeria) QUITE some time ago. But Googling just brings up the recent kidnapping. Or maybe I’m clairvoyant and don’t know it.

    Anyway, let’s all try to imagine Jackie Kennedy posing with a scrawled-on piece of poster board and the Sadface, shall we? 2016 cannot come fast enough.

    On the other hand, it can always get worse.

    • 1539days says:

      This happens all the time in some places. It appears that 300 is enough to get noticed.

      “Bring back our girls,” which seems creepily like a woman-centric message, is also done from a position of weakness. They might as well put please at the end. The United States has limited power in these situations unless they want to basically take over Nigeria and station troops there. If that’s the case, we need to just admit that. We can offer military assistance to the Nigerian authorities, but we can’t storm some James Bond movie harem because it doesn’t exist. Some of those girls have probably been sold already.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Prolly the first kidnapping since Sarah field dressed a moose ?

  13. helenk3 says:

    voting going on right now over llois lerner. looks like she will be charged with contempt

  14. DandyTIger says:

    Let’s not forget, in that culture, getting kidnapped, rapped, sold into slavery, and likely murdered is a choice. Like burkas are a choice. /snark

  15. The Klown says:
  16. Falstaff says:

    I missed the part where this incident has anything to do with our strategic interests. Michelle can sadface and hashtag to her heart’s content, but this is not our fight. Let the Nigerian authorities sort the mess out. If they can’t do it, well, the Nigerian people can try something else. Let’s just avoid another “Blackhawk Down” scenario in the service of a pointless mission.

  17. The Klown says:
  18. The Klown says:

    He said what?

    On Monday’s The Daily Show, Jon Stewart made a brief, offhand, yet revealing observation about the revelations in the Ben Rhodes email over Benghazi talking points. Noting that it appeared the White House had, in fact, played politics, Stewart called their actions “deplorable”.

    “The White House had said they had very little to do with changing the talking points. Well now it looks like this Ben Rhodes, a White House National Security and Communications aide, did add to these talking points, emphasizing that the protests surrounding the Benghazi violence were not coordinated by terrorists, but were instead somehow related to a provocative anti-Muslim video that had caused demonstrations in other countries,” said Stewart.

    “Well I will say this. From that email it sounds like the White House,” continued the host, “had politics and elections on their mind when they sent Susan Rice to the Sunday shows. It’s deplorable.”

  19. angienc says:

    Boko Haram is Muslim. Their victims are all Christians.
    Funny how that is never mentioned, huh?

    • votermom says:

      Muhammad was a slaver.

    • Falstaff says:

      I’d prefer that the media spend some time on this. Islam is, imho, something the world would be better off without. But I can’t see that we’re obliged to put soldiers in harm’s way for the sake of these girls — whether their captors are Muslim or Christian is irrelevant. Let the Nigerians police their own territory.

      • 49erDweet says:

        The issue that’s fueling this, Sir Falstaff, is the exponential growth of Al Q due primarily to either the sheer incompetence (or connivance) of the imbecile-in chief. If we hadn’t elected a dunce, they wouldn’t be powerful enough to be doing this stuff.

      • elliesmom says:

        So a real War on Women is someone else’s problem? Nothing much to see here. Just move along?

        • Falstaff says:

          Pretty much. You have a better idea? It’s not like we have a strategic interest here, notwithstanding the tweets of Moochelle.

          • elliesmom says:

            It’s always nice to know where the lives of women and girls fall in the spectrum of what’s important and what’s not. It’s just their “culture”. Let them figure it for themselves. But if an oilfield had been taken over by rebel forces, that would be a different situation all together. Has it ever occurred to you that having educated women and girls in that part of the world might be a strategic advantage for us?

          • The Klown says:

            I’m of the opinion that every once in a while you gotta squish a few cockroaches to keep the other ones on their toes.

          • Propertius says:

            Nigeria is our fourth-largest supplier of imported oil (although we’ve drastically reduced our Nigerian imports over the last year or two). It’s also a major uranium supplier.

        • gxm17 says:

          Thank you, elliesmom. I’m thrilled to see American women banding together and demanding action through nonviolent protest. It’s about damn time.

      • votermom says:

        US military does joint training and sometimes actions with Philippine military against the Abu Sayyaf & MNLF. Seems to work.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Mere co-ink-a-dink, m’dear.

    • votermom says:

      stole that thought

  20. helenk3 says:

    trey is on kelly file now

  21. votermom says:

    Heh

  22. helenk3 says:

    stolen from a commentor at no quarter

  23. votermom says:

  24. The Klown says:
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  26. helenk3 says:

    Poster at No Quarter asked this question
    Is Donald Sterling the smartest guy in the room?
    California tax law…sell something pay capitol gains tax. forced to sell something no tax can be collected

    • Somebody says:

      Haha he may well be crazy like a fox. I bet he wishes the federal tax laws were the same.

  27. swanspirit says:

    That false pathos is exactly what one would expect from someone who has a garden but says ” Oh I don’t dig in the dirt ” .
    I am surprised she doesn’t blame the girls , after all “If you can’t run your own house etc etc ………..” wait , that wasn’t blaming the woman was it ??

  28. The Klown says:
    • Lulu says:

      I am getting the distinct impression that they don’t have the BILLIONS of readers that they thought they were going to have. These sad little tweets selling their “explaining” is the equivalent of wearing a sandwich board.

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