WTF Wednesday – MoDo Edition

Maureen Dowd

Maureen Dowd


Maureen Dowd is bugfuck nuts:

I talked to Robin Williams once, about breasts.

In 1993, when he played a prim British nanny in “Mrs. Doubtfire,” I went to interview him at his Pacific Heights house.

“It’s great to be this blue-mouthed old lady hitting on somebody,” he said, in his character’s soft Scottish burr, “opening your blouse and saying, ‘What about these? Behold my dirty pillows, my fun bags. Come nurse at the fountain of bliss.’ ”

He was 42 then, wearing his Popeye outfit, a blue-striped T-shirt and black baggy jeans. Surrounded by kids, a rabbit and an iguana, we talked about everything from John Belushi to his father, a stern Ford Motor Company executive.

As our interview ended, I was telling him about my friend Michael Kelly’s idea for a 1-900 number, not one to call Asian beauties or Swedish babes, but where you’d have an amorous chat with a repressed Irish woman. Williams delightedly riffed on the caricature, playing the role of an older Irish woman answering the sex line in a brusque brogue, ordering a horny caller to go to the devil with his impure thoughts and disgusting desire.

I couldn’t wait to play the tape for Kelly, who doubled over in laughter.

So when I think of Williams, I think of Kelly. And when I think of Kelly, I think of Hillary, because Michael was the first American reporter to die in the Iraq invasion, and Hillary Clinton was one of the 29 Democratic senators who voted to authorize that baloney war.


There’s a bunch more, but it don’t get no better. She used an anecdote about Robin Williams to launch a totally unrelated screed about Hillary Clinton.

Seriously, there are worms crawling around in her brain. Modo’s been crazier than a shithouse rat for years. What bothers me is that she gets PAID to write that stuff.

The main reason I posted this lunatic drivel is to point out that anyone who thinks that Hillary Clinton is gonna cruise to the Democratic nomination coronation is delusional too.

The activist base of the Democratic party (which includes the media and most lefty bloggers) despises Bill and Hillary Clinton. If she is nominated they may hold their noses and vote for her (because The Republicans Are Worse™) but they will do everything they can to keep her from winning the nomination.

Clinton Derangement Syndrome was always a key component in Obama’s 2008 primary campaign. Obots hated her then and they still hate her now.

I’m not saying Hillary can’t win, but it won’t be a cakewalk, especially if she is forced to keep carrying Obama’s baggage.

Either way, Maureen Dowd is still nuttier than a Payday bar.


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172 Responses to WTF Wednesday – MoDo Edition

  1. helenk3 says:

    saw this at the ace of spades and started my day with a laugh

  2. Lulu says:

    Whenever I hear MoDo’s name now I just think of a old woman in a Colorado hotel room, all alone, trying to get high eating a cookie.

  3. helenk3 says:

    ok who is right and who is wrong?

    • elliesmom says:

      When feminism was about equal opportunities for women in education, the workplace, and politics for women, I was squarely on board. I thought government programs like small business loans set aside for women would a good idea since so many places men went for financing were hesitant to loan money to women. I believed in programs that taught law enforcement officials to treat women who are victims of crime with the respect they deserve. I liked doctors beginning to take women’s health more seriously. Most of what I campaigned for in the later 60’s, early 70’s has happened, or at least is a whole lot better and was improving with time. You can pass a law overnight, but it takes time to change hearts and minds.

      I really think the schism in feminism really wasn’t feminism at all. I think it was the so-called “sexual revolution”, which happened the same time as the second wave of feminism. The young men I knew at the time were more on board in that sphere than in the workplace equality fight, and I think most objective people would agree women lost more than they gained in that one. When we start taking about “victimization” of women, the women screaming aren’t screaming about not being able to get a small business loan. They’re screaming about being treated like sluts when they act like sluts. There is very little upside to the “sexual empowerment of women”. Frankly, women were much more “empowered” sexually was sex was a more scarce commodity.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Skimming headlines this morning saw a headline that women want free tampons now. First thought must be a satire, I just didn’t care to find out if I was wrong.

      • helenk3 says:

        I have watched all the respect that women of my age fought for be eroded by the new so-called feminists.Men must be laughing their asses off at the stupidity.

        • 49erDweet says:

          No, we’re scared to death our daughters and granddaughters won’t be smart enough to recognize the trap in time, and end up living in Slutsvania.

      • The Klown says:

        I guess it never occurred to modern feminists that just because contraceptives meant they could be sexually promiscuous that didn’t mean they should.

        I say that even though I was part of the first generation of young men to enjoy the benefits for men from the sexual revolution.

    • The Klown says:

      That voice would make me go crazy if I had to listen to it all day.

    • abc says:

      Well first I definitely consider this woman a feminist!!! and she’s even admitted it here, without actually saying it. For me, feminism is defined any way the individual would like to define it. We choose for ourselves what we want out of the world. And she’s carved her niche. Good for her. And I like her ranting tone ;-).

      About who is right or wrong? Answer, IMHO, there is no right or wrong. But I’ve learned that neither the left nor the right has the monopoly on black and white thinking.

      I keep looking at her teeth while she’s talking. They remind me of a dear friend from high school who had a very similar — under-bite? So I like to watch her.

      But yeah, the victim mentality that some self-proclaimed feminists have adopted is a little disheartening. Do we really win when we think every approach to us is an attempt to bring us down? I also hate when the same people try and tell someone else what they should believe or do. How is that different than the acts of the straw-man “patriarchy” they so abhor.

  4. DeniseVB says:

    Awwww, Obama and Hillary are having dinner tonight …. she’s in Martha’s Vineyard for a book signing.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/theoval/2014/08/13/obama-clinton-syria-marthas-vineyard-syria/13992073/

  5. helenk3 says:

    off topic

    I am looking out the patio doors of my apt seeing a beautiful blue lake, green trees( there is a wildlife preserve across the lake from me) sun shine and just a beautiful day.

    • elliesmom says:

      We’re in the middle of a deluge, but I actually like an occasional rainy day.

      • helenk3 says:

        moving from the California desert to overlooking a Florida lake is quite a change and I am enjoying the different beauty.
        one of the many reasons I love this country is all the different kind of beauty we are lucky enough to have here

        • helenk3, nice you’re on a lake. You’re also in the path of a great exotic bird migratory path so keep a look out. You never know what’s gonna stop by the lake. I love the Ibis myself which is always here and can be all over your yard picking insects. Welcome btw to our neck o’ the woods.

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Wonderful Helen ❤

  6. The Klown says:
  7. Kathy says:

    MoDo is. A POs

  8. DeniseVB says:

    One more ….. so funny !

  9. helenk3 says:

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/65257

    some interesting history on the head of ISIS

    was in gitmo

  10. The Klown says:
  11. The Klown says:

    I’m going back to bed until I quit feeling disgusted.

    • The Klown says:

      Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a search engine’s “natural” or un-paid (“organic”) search results.

    • abc says:

      “I’m going back to bed until I quit feeling disgusted.”

      We’ll see you in your next life ;-).

  12. helenk3 says:

    stolen from Iowa Hawk

    My Child is an Honor Beheader at Raqqa Magnet Madrassa #ISISbumperstickers

  13. fif says:

    MODO is certifiable. Seriously, if Roz Chast did a cartoon balloon of her thoughts, every single thought would lead back to her hatred of Bill & Hillary. This is what the NY Times has become.

  14. SHV says:

    ” I don’t need proof. Black people cannot be racist. Law. Period.”
    ******
    Might be true…Several months ago during the Donald Sterling mess, an AA ESPN commentator made the comment that AAs can be biased, bigoted, prejudiced, etc. but they don’t have the chachet to be racist. Interesting thought.

    • angienc says:

      Invalid premise meant to feed into the “blacks are victims” lie the left sells — especially untrue when the POTUS is black.

    • threewickets says:

      Being racist is a judgement you make about an individual not a whole race, ethnicity, or nationality. In that sense, any individual can be racist. The problem is that in politics, every judgement and label is stereotyped/generalized for whole populations or voting blocs. Which is why OFA’s wholesale race-baiting campaign, state by electoral state, was so sick and contemptible. Everybody in the state who didn’t vote Obama was racist. Obots have sent race relations in America back decades. Not to mention that AAs are considerably worse off today economically than before Obama took office.

      • 49erDweet says:

        Oh, well. To a prog that’s merely a bug to be fixed with Teh Won version 2.0. They’ll look in a book and find out how many more verses of Khumbaya are needed to make their core constituencies happier. No worries, mate. It’s all good.

  15. The Klown says:
    • 1539days says:

      Vox would rather Americans not be good at math for three reasons.

      1. Math is absolute. As long as you have good data, it’s hard for progs to argue that there really are 57 states.

      2. Progs don’t have skills that compliment math. Voxsplaining is a talent shared by the most evil propagandists in history. It is actually more difficult to practive when logic and reason are in your head.

      3. STEM isn’t about memorizing numbers or knowing equations. It is a toolbox of critical thinking and reasoning skills. Science is about proposing a theory and ALSO being able to stand back and test it impartially. Progressive science is about using a worldview to make up a line of reasoning.

  16. The Klown says:

    FLASHBACK: Barack Obama Lies About Lobbyists and His Campaign:

  17. The Klown says:

    SEX ED: Dangerous Sex Advice for Kids (Episode 4):

  18. Kathy says:

    The dithering on getting people off Sinjar mountain is stunning–more days of studying and reporting back. These people will be dead by that time–our military must want to scream by now. Never count on the prez if your life is endanger.

  19. gram cracker says:

    MoDo must have gone through early “mentalpause” about 22 years ago when Clinton was running for President. Maybe MoDo hates the Clintons cause Bill never made a pass at her. Bill probably thought, “I wouldn’t screw that crazy b*tch with a borrowed dick”.

  20. Kathy says:

    And she must be screwing the NYT. Staff to keep her job

  21. The Klown says:
  22. DandyTIger says:

    First time a woman wins the Fields Metal (high Math award).

    Maryam Mirzakhani has become the first woman to win the Fields Medal, the most prestigious prize in mathematics. Mirzakhani, 37, is of Iranian descent and completed her PhD at Harvard in 2004. Her thesis showed how to compute the Weil-Petersson volumes of moduli spaces of bordered Riemann surfaces. Her research interests include Teichmüller theory, hyperbolic geometry, ergodic theory, and symplectic geometry. She is currently professor of mathematics at Stanford University, and predominantly works on geometric structures on surfaces and their deformations.

  23. Kathy says:

    Wow–I’m impressed and I have no idea what those theories are

  24. The Klown says:
  25. The Klown says:
  26. helenk3 says:

    US would consider using US ground troops to assist Iraqis in rescuing Yazidi refugees, senior White House official says – @nytimes
    read more on nytimes.com

    here we go

    • DandyTIger says:

      Can’t wait for the Obots to rationalize this.

      • DeniseVB says:

        They already are…..still Bush’s fault since Obama inherited that awful war from him, so it’s not the Messiah’s fault he has to keep fixing it for Booooooosh. Seen it all over twitter and the comments on msm newsfeeds.

        • Somebody says:

          Yep my proggie sister called to rant about Booooooosh causing this mess. That’s without a doubt the obot line of the week.

        • Constance says:

          I hope they throw some Palin paranoia in. I always enjoy watching Progs insert Palin into random things. Their unhinged antics are entertaining.

    • 1539days says:

      Some are their kids’ loans. This is the outcome of the government “giving” loans to anyone and using the IRS as the collection agency.

  27. helenk3 says:

    http://www.judicialwatch.org/blog/2014/08/obama-ignores-congress-lifts-ban-libyans-training-u-s-pilots-nuke-scientists/

    he don’t need no stinkin congress

    backtrack ignores congress lifts ban on libyans training in US as pilots or nuke scientists

  28. DeniseVB says:

    Methinks the 2016 election may be won on the battlefield …..

    • 49erDweet says:

      And it may be lost if the house returns Boehner as Speaker post 2014. He’s a big part of the problem. Too full of himself by three quarters.

  29. The Klown says:
  30. helenk3 says:

    hamas just broke the truce and fired rockets into Israel before the time was up

    • helenk3 says:

      Israeli police say rocket lands in Israel 2 hours before end of Gaza war temporary cease-fire – @AP
      end of alert

  31. foxyladi14 says:

    O/T friends I need help.
    Have a landline phone only.
    No long distance but now I need long distance suggestions????
    Thanks!!!! 😀

    • Lulu says:

      Long distance calling card for landline? I have a friend that has used those for a long time and she only has a land line because cell phone reception is so bad where she lives in the boonies that it is useless.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Thank you all dear Friends.
        I think I will go with the card.
        I only need to call the next State over for medical supplies.
        But the next State over might as well be Iraq!!! 😆

    • The Klown says:

      What is your internet hook-up?

    • Somebody says:

      I agree with all the others about skype or google hangout or facetime. If you have fast internet you might also consider getting an OOMA http://ooma.com/
      Once you make the initial purchase you only pay tax and no long distance, I think it’s like $3 a month is your total phone bill. However, if you don’t have good quality internet then it won’t work very well. Some may say if you can do google hangout or skype you could have an OOMA, but I’m here to tell you that’s not the case. I can do the former, but not the latter as there is too much jitter in my internet. My son has comcast internet and his OOMA is flawless.

    • trixta says:

      Magic Jack. Very cheap and it works.

  32. votermom says:

    Anyone been watching The Strain?
    I was just thinking that what makes the show scary is not so much the vampire element but the way it has it showing the spread of the contagion due to greed, corruption, and indifference. Just put it in the context of illegal immigration or ebola and it is totally not sci-fi anymore.

  33. WMCB says:

    Read this. Read it all. Because it’s truth.

    • WMCB says:

      The point I’m trying to make is that your choices are never between war and an ice cream social where feelings are discussed. Your choices are never between war and holding hands together and singing kumbaya.

      • votermom says:

        I believe not in isolationism but in overkill. I believe that when attacked a country should do only one thing: retaliate hard enough to make the other guy afraid to do it again.

        This.

      • The Klown says:

        A “good” war is a response to an existential threat. I’m not talking about wars of conquest or for territory. Some other nation or non-national group is threatening your nation’s existence, resources, and/or way of life.

        It’s about survival. It is self-defense on a national scale. Your goal is to not only stop your enemy but to deter them from any future aggression. It should be punitive.

        When the Romans went to war they tried to kill as many of the enemy as possible, as well as burn their cities and crops. They wanted the enemy survivors to be deterred from ever starting shit with Rome again.

    • WMCB says:

      This feeling of “peace at any cost” has settled in. Be quiet. Don’t make waves. War is a horror.

      I’m not going to tell you war is not a horror. Or that we should have more wars.

      What I’m going to tell you is that war is inevitable. It’s a result of humans being flawed creatures, not angels. It’s a result of humans being tribal. Sometimes a tribe’s internal culture will spin out of sanity and become convinced that, yes, indeed, the most important thing for its members’ happiness is to kill everyone else. Sometimes a tribe will want mastery over a resource, a place, an area that is, alas, also wanted by another. And sometimes a tribe can be convinced that no, this is not what you want. Given sufficient firepower. Given enough losses. Given enough pain. (Whether that breaks it or not, I don’t know. Japan did stop its ideas of mastery and superiority, but its birthrate is dismal. Shake the magic eight ball and ask again.)

    • votermom says:

    • 49erDweet says:

      Good catch, WMCB. Truth! No one wants war, but once it’s begun, to end it before you’ve won is STUPID, STUPID, STUPID.
      The cemeteries are full of people that thought “If I won’t fight, neither will they.”

    • John Denney says:

      “There are worse things than war.” – unknown

      War ends those worse things.

  34. WMCB says:

  35. helenk3 says:

    http://weaselzippers.us/196360-pentagon-says-u-s-has-nearly-1000-troops-in-iraq/

    if we go in again, go in to win. no more of this we can not hurt their feelings bs. we have shed blook and wasted treasure on this bunch, much more then they are worth

    • WMCB says:

      The reality is that a lot of what happens in the ME is indeed “blood for oil”. Or at least, blood and pressure and global manuevering to maintain stability and access to oil.

      Because the reality is that the modern world is dependent on oil. Do I like that? Nope. I hate it. It causes all sorts of conflict and problems. But it is what it is. And without oil, USA and Europe will be crippled. The idea of “no blood (i.e. conflict) for oil” is completely pollyanna. Because what you are saying, in saying that, is that you are fine with the destruction of the USA/Europe so long as no blood is spilled.

      Yes, access to oil, and stability of oil markets, is an existential need for modern nations – just as much as food or water is. And nations will fight to preserve access to it. My choices are maintain access to oil, or commit national suicide. There is no isolationist choice – not currently. (Which BTW is why I favor developing nuclear power.)

      If you are one of the honest few who is perfectly willing for the USA to revert to a pre-industrial society at the mercy of the rest of the world, then say so. Otherwise, you’re a poser and an idiot.

      THE REAL WORLD DOESN’T FALL ALONG YOUR NEAT MORAL LINES. And no, life is not fair, and never has been. The best we can do is preserve ourselves while trying hard to avoid outright brutality and unnecessary cruelty. And you know what? The USA has **mostly** done that in our history. Perfectly? Nope. But mostly? Yep.

      But we’re not being cut off from oil. Not happening. Period.

      • The Klown says:

        If the ME ran out of oil (or we quit needing theirs) most of the world would not give a flying fuck what they were doing over there.

      • helenk3 says:

        I am proud of the US military. for the most part they have acted with honor. Our politicians send them into harms way without the will to win. If we have to send them, stop tying their hands. as far as oil goes there are other places in the world where there is more oil than in the ME. develop those fields. the whole world would be better off. also develop other sources of energy.we used to have the ability to create many things. get back to that

  36. helenk3 says:

    shed blood

  37. foxyladi14 says:

    They all do over there 🙂

  38. The Klown says:
  39. helenk3 says:

    http://weaselzippers.us/196407-french-foreign-minister-hits-obama-when-people-are-dying-you-must-come-back-from-vacation/

    pretty bad when the French tell backtrack to come back from vacation and do something. that has to be a historic first

    • Jadzia says:

      Ha ha ha. All the people I know here with Big Important Jobs take not much more vacation time than Americans do. Having the right to do something isn’t the same thing as actually being able to do it.

  40. DeniseVB says:

    Found that “vacation” clip …..

  41. helenk3 says:

    More: US assessment team finds fewer Yazidi refugees in Iraq than previously feared, refugees in better condition than thought – @DeptofDefense

  42. 1539days says:

    Eww. What’s up with WordPress’ new blog post screen?

  43. The Klown says:

    Welcome to the real world the rest of us inhabit.

  44. mothy67 says:

    James O’Keefe is on Red Eye

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