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Punch Drunk


“Let me tell you how journalists are being treated these days: They’re being stalked, they’re being spied on.  This is what is happening to our press.  This is Obama’s America!  It’s like the Soviet Union.  He said he would change the country.  He said it.  He said it.  And a lot of people voted for him.  And if you see any of those people today, do me a favor: punch them in the face.”

Andrea Tantaros, hostess of “The Five” on FOX News, on May 23, reacting to the Justice Department’s probing of the Associated Press.

She was careful to add later that people shouldn’t attempt to strike Obama directly, but go after the low-hanging fruit: those of us who voted for him.  She’s actually kind of cute.  I’d like to meet her in a Wal-Mart parking lot where she can smack me around all she wants, if it’ll make her feel better.  Oh, yes, baby!  And, make it hurt, too!


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Crotch Shot


“I want to shoot her right in the vagina and I don’t want her to die right away.  I want her to feel the pain and I want to look her in the eyes and I want to say, on behalf of all Americans that you’ve killed, on behalf of the Navy SEALS, the families of Navy SEAL Team Six who were involved in the fake hunt down of this Obama, Obama bin Laden thing, that whole fake scenario, because these Navy SEALS know the truth, they killed them all.  On behalf of all of those people, I’m supporting our troops by saying we need to try, convict, and shoot Hillary Clinton in the vagina.”

Radio talk show host Pete Santilli, who also accused Clinton of drug trafficking while still living in Arkansas.

Santilli previously espoused conspiracy theories involving the 09/11 terrorist attacks and claims that former President George H.W. Bush was involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.


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Dumbest Quote of the Week


“I am a true Christian woman.  Not only am I covered under the blood of Jesus…I am swimming in it.  My Jesus has control over my life & the title of mayor doesn’t define who I am as a person. North Miami chose ‘Luciefer’ over Jesus.  Thank you for your trust & support, your final contribution, and most importantly – your prayers!  I have lost a hard fought battle but not a war.”

– Anna Pierre, a North Miami, Florida mayoral candidate on her Facebook page.  Pierre had declared at the start of her campaign that Jesus had endorsed her candidacy.  On May 14, she received 56 votes and lost.

Run, Anna!  Run!  There are only 56 people in North Miami who believe in Jesus!  That means 60,087 people in your city believe in Luciefer!  You’re outnumbered, girl!  Don’t ask questions!  Just run!

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Worst Quote of the Week

“It’s no secret that our nation may very well be experiencing the hand of judgment.  It is no secret that we all are concerned that our nation may be in a time of decline.  Our nation has seen judgment not once, but twice, on September 11.  And, that’s why we’re going to have 911 pray on that day.  Is there anything better that we could do on that day rather than to humble ourselves and to pray to an Almighty God?”

Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, in a prayer service, stating that the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and the ambush of the U.S. embassy in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 were both signs from God.

Once again, a right-wing extremist has belittled the tragedy of terrorism by dismissing it as “God’s judgment.”  This reminds me of the time when that other redneck asshole, Jerry Falwell, claimed the September 11, 2001 attacks were the results of God’s judgment on America because of abortion, homosexuality and other so-called deviancies.  Falwell eventually apologized for the comment, and I wonder how long it’ll take before Bachmann realizes her head is still not screwed on right.

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Most Convoluted Quote of the Week

“[Texas Gov. Sam Houston] made a powerful decision that cost him his governorship.  He was against slavery, and he stood up and very passionately said, ‘Texas does not need to leave the union over this issue of slavery.’  But, that’s the type of principled leadership, that’s the type of courage that I hope people across the country [will show] on this issue of scouts and keeping the Boy Scouts the organization that it is today.”

Texas Governor Rick Perry, equating the Boy Scouts’ anti-gay policies to the stand against slavery.

The list of idiotic statements from Perry’s mouth keeps getting longer and longer.  I cringe every time he speaks because – like Ted Nugent – I know it’s not going to make sense.  Lord, please deliver us from such madness!  Lord?  Are you listening?  Goddamnit!

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Strangest Quote of the Week


“Help, reproductive instinct, loneliness and quiet revenge on the church.  I cannot be a priest as a gay man, but I can reproduce myself as often as I want.”

– Markus K, a prolific German sperm donor, trying to explain himself.

The story broke recently in Munich’s “Abendzeitung,” or “Evening News.”  Markus K apparently has fathered 22 children with 17 lesbian women.  Two more of his children are supposedly due this summer.  I wish I could get paid for producing awesome sperm samples.  I mean, I know I’d make a butt-load of money.  Who would think manual labor could pay so well!  But, alas, I have a greater responsibility to society, as a whole, than to believe my sperm cells must be preserved like seeds in the “Doomsday Seed Vault.”  I also don’t think a porn career would sit well with my family.  So, I’ll just have to stick with my homemade videos.  Just so Markus and his overactive hands will know – YOU’RE NOT THAT SPECIAL!  Bringing children into the world is no way to wreak revenge on a church, you dumb ass!

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Worst Quote of the Week

“Clearly, we need faith as a component, and it’s just silly to say otherwise.  You know the Age of Enlightenment and Reason gave way to moral relativism.  And moral relativism is what led us all the way down the dark path to the Holocaust… Dark periods of history is what we arrive at when we leave God out of the equation.”

– Penny Nance, CEO of Concerned Women for America, in response to a proposal for a “National Day of Reason” made by Charlotte, North Carolina Mayor Anthony Foxx.  Foxx, whom President Obama has nominated for Secretary of Transportation, suggested the “National Day of Reason” be held in conjunction with the “National Day of Prayer.”

So apparently just asking people to be reasonable and actually try to think before they act somehow leads to genocide?  The Nazi Holocaust remains one of the worst human-made calamities in modern history, and when people like Nance try to connect it liberal ideology, it diminishes its severity.  It’s a collective slap in the face to the millions of people who lost their lives in that event and in other similar atrocities.  Note to Nance and the cantankerous heifers that comprise CWA: people don’t commit mass murder because they sat down and thought about it for a while!

You know, I’m all for reason and logic!  We don’t have enough of it in Washington or in the mainstream media these days!


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