Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Quote of the Day


"...merged bill may b unrecognizable from what assumed was a done deal:R death panels back in?"

-- Take a wild guess, via Twitter

In a related item, there's this.

(h/t Cesca)

17 comments:

VOTAR said...

It's just not possible that this lying, imbecilic twat is, was, or could ever be, a public official.

Does her retard baby get ahold of her blackberry or something? This delusional nonsense just can't be coming from an able-minded adult.

isfahan said...

I hate this fuckin' stupid bitch.

Unfortunately, there are quite a few people that listen to her. And even worse, the bitch has at least enough sense to realize that she can rile those stupid fuckers up with mentions of "death panels."

Really, "death panels"? Sign me up. I'd be the first to approve the end of her life.

Chez said...

Isn't this what the Bagger 288 was supposed to defend humanity against?

Anonymous said...

I was going to bring up that we should sacrifice the whore to the BAGGER 288!!

Chris said...

All I want for Christmas is for her to disappear from public view forever.

Anonymous said...

Also, she assumed it was a done deal? How could she have possibly been allowed to run for office w/o understanding how the bicameral system works? 2 bills must be reconciled you loony b*tch!

L. said...

I kind of wish there were death panels. Forget the elderly, I'd like to see them take care of morons and assholes.

Ref said...

How can something that was never there in the first instance be "back in?"

Norm said...

Enough with Palin already. Give us all a break. What is it, do you have a secret crush on her or something? Kind of like the kid who'd tease the girl he liked with a rubber snake because he secretly liked her?

I mean, for Pete's sake -- is that all you guys got? Kick Palin around?

And what's with liberals' love for vulgar language, anyway? I mean, really. If you want to be taken seriously, don't hide behind such an obvious facade. This second point is aimed at your commenters, Chez, not you.

The first point about Palin, on the other hand, was just for you.

I'll buy you a life-size poster of Palin in her running shorts for Christmas, Chez.

Deacon Blue said...

Death panels aren't new. It's just that we used to call them "health insurance administrators" and "managed care panels"

Republicans should be happy. "Death panels" have helped keep insurance companies wealthy and happy since at least the 1980s

Mart said...

You folks do not give her enough credit. In only four months her "death panel" jibberish resulted in boosting big health care and pharma stock prices. She helped energize the base that tea-partied their way to a Senate bill that is gonna be death to their pocketbooks. Let's rejoice, it's raining more taxpayer money on Wall Street.

Chez said...

You're always welcome to stop reading, Norm. You don't seem to have anything constructive to add to the discussion and are typically annoyed by everything you find here anyway, so really, why keep coming back?

Unless of course you'd like me to break out with a dumb-ass generality about those who occupy your side of the political fence, namely that they for some ridiculous reason love to get themselves all in a froth over the things that upset them -- usually in an effort to perpetuate their persecution fantasies. Hence, you keep subjecting yourself to material that you find wrong-headed and, apparently, offensive to your delicate sensibilities.

Speaking of which: Directed my way or not, I use profanity because I'm an adult and I feel like it. Unlike the self-righteous and professionally pious, I don't see any kind of language as "vulgar." Words are words, and I don't think anyone's use of words that some might find offensive in any way diminishes the strength of his or her argument.

But hey, whatever. See you tomorrow, Norm.

CNNfan said...

Norm...
You gotta let me get that life-size poster of Palin in her running shorts for Christmas!

VOTAR said...

"...is that all you guys got?"


Now, the irony of that is pretty fucking funny.

Even in the blindingly obvious light of written evidence -- spewing right from the very twittering thumbnails of this cackling dim-witted moron -- her fans come to her defense and refuse to see just how terrifyingly close(er) to extinction they almost allowed this country to slide.

We waved goodbye to one criminally dangerous retard and the bullies who manipulated him; this one MUST be relentlessly beaten down to keep her away from any position of political power ever again. It's not even funny any more, and I make no attempt to hide my disgust for the sick joke that right wing strategists almost tricked so many conservative voters into playing on themselves, and the rest of us. Thankfully, intellect and optimism prevailed over cynicism, contempt, and manipulation.

If publishing the evidence that she herself authors, that proves she is unfit for any role of leadership, can contribute to her defeat, I say keep up the good work getting it out there...

Chez said...

Thanks for indulging Norm when I just don't even feel like bothering anymore, Votar. That's taking one for the team.

em said...

I think Norm's the one with the schoolgirl crush. Although I wonder about the rubber snake. Euphemism? Hmm.

"If publishing the evidence that she herself authors, that proves she is unfit for any role of leadership, can contribute to her defeat, I say keep up the good work getting it out there..,"

Exactly. That IS all "we" got, even though all "we" are doing is writing down what she says verbatim and letting the laughter commence.

Chez said...

That's pretty much the size of it. I'm not doing anything other than letting Palin's own idiocy speak for itself. Saying that I shouldn't be bringing up Palin can be translated as, "Let's keep her daily deluge of abject stupidity to ourselves, huh? I mean, how dare you make sure people hear the ridiculous things she says."