Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Thrown Star



Ladies and gentlemen, say hello to the second coming of George W. Bush.

This is just painful to watch.

(via Cesca)

14 comments:

Luke Weiss said...

no words.

Liz in Austin said...

*jumping up and down, "NO, NO, NO, NO!!! PLEASE DO NOT VOTE FOR THIS FUCKING IDIOT!!!!!"*


He's a fucking idiot, peeps. Please do not let him spread his idiocracy to all 50 states. Please...?

Broadway Carl said...

Holy shit! He's gotta be doing a Dubya impression!

Justin Cohen said...

You just insulted George W. Bush.

BTW, your "Cesca" link points to a page that does not appear to exist.

slouchmonkey said...

Is that Stephen Merchant questioning this fool?

spanky said...

I am moving to Denmark

Again stupid fucking Americans are going to pull their collective dick out and stomp on it again in 2012.

I am not going to suffer thru another four or eight years of this shit.

Marsupialus said...

But will the national media show clips like this? They didn't for Bush and they're were dozens of them that demonstrated he wasn't fit for any elected office. Doubtful. They're completing ignoring the many town hall protests that are going on by regular folks. The Fairness Doctrine has just been "wiped" off the FCC books.

Chez said...

Fixed the link, Justin. Thanks for the heads-up.

disputin said...

So why is it they spend money on steroid testing? Can't they just tell the high school athletes? "Just say no ... to steroids" and that should be enough?

Liz in Austin said...

By the way the interviewer, Evan Smith, is very respected in our community and is famously non-partisan.

Groundloop said...

"I...I...I...I think the real question Evan is, uh is our uh, our children learning to keep their dicks in their pants, and is they all roided up?"

Anonymous said...

I think he just said we're testing kids for steroids, so let's jack them up with some if we can't find any in their system (as apparently only 7-15 are taking any, what an atrociously low number!), and then teach them to abstain by pumping at the gym instead of pumping the neighbor's daughter!

Incidentally, after implementation of Rick Perry's policy, it was discovered that he received large campaign donations from pharmaceutical companies and Gold's Gym, whereas his donations dropped from the NRA and ammunition manufacturers nationwide.

Moral of the story? Lobbying abstinence works even better than sexual abstinence! Rick Perry hasn't even been elected, and already he's teaching us how to be a better America. Yeehaw ya'll!

Marc McKenzie said...

It's deja-vu all over again.

Seriously...four years after Bush leaves, there's a chance that his fucking clone/impersonator with better hair might have a chance to be elected President.

Do we not fucking remember history? Did IQs just drop through the goddamned floor in only four years?

Look...any schmendrick who is spewing the line that Obama's no better than Bush or that Obama sucks (add whatever body part you wish) better take a goddamned look at Perry and ask themselves one question: "Am I prepared to see that face and hear that voice for four years?"

And if the answer is, "Yeah, because I gotta send a message to Obama and the Dems and support a third party and also because Greenwald told me to".....well, you're a damned fool. Or worse--you're an irredeemable asshole.

Rant off.

B8ovin said...

Perry is absolutely correct. Abstinence works 100% in avoiding pregnancy. So what? So does castration. By all evidence abstinence only education doesn't work well at all in preventing teen pregnancy. In this regard, sex education is one of the only areas of education we can assess immediate cost effectiveness. Does the money Texas spends on abstinence education prevent teen pregnancy? Apparently not, Rick. You fail not only in education policy but in economics.