I just got word from the best of sources that Kesha Rogers, a Lyndon LaRouche Goofball who wants to impeach President Obama, has filed to run as a Democrat for the United States Senate against John Cornyn.
Kesha and her favorite Hilter/Obama sign
In case you’re wondering what the LaRouchies are, they are a cult plain and simple, who believe, among other tin foil hat things, that the Queen of Damn England rules the world. Honey, she can’t even rule her family. Around here, they stand in front of the post office all day with big signs saying to impeach Obama. They love, love, love that Hitler mustache thing and think it’s hysterically funny.
Kesha is an African American woman who’s made duplicity an art form. She ran for Tom DeLay’s old seat twice and, of course, lost both times. She campaigns as an Impeach Obama candidate in the white community and a caring, loving black woman in the African American community. She’s slicker than snot on a doorknob.
She calls President Obama “criminally insane.”
Wait a minute. She follows a guy who has been convicted for mail fraud (once), credit card abuse and obstruction of justice (another time), believes the 911 attacks were an inside job, and who even Jim Bakker claimed, ”to say LaRouche was a little paranoid would be like saying that theTitanic had a little leak.”
Well, I see at least she’s an expert on the criminally insane.
More to come.
So, it’s Tennessee and your sister thinks she hears a prowler outside. She calls you instead of the police to come shoot somebody.
When you get there, you have your .357 Magnum but there’s a problem. You have no ammo for your .357.
His sister gave him .38 caliber ammo, and when he tried to force the round into the weapon by tapping it with his pocketknife, the round went off, striking him in the hand.
See, a real man would have gone outside and killed the prowler with a pocket knife.
But the best part of this story is yet to come.
Carlie Indmon Phillips, 45, sustained the wound Sunday night at a home on Hillbilly Way and was taken to Methodist Medical Center for treatment of an injury…
His sister lives on Hillbilly Way. Damn. That’s some delightful stuff.
Thanks to TexasTrailerParkTrash for the heads up.
As the lock step march for impeachment without using the actual word impeachment continues ….
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) on Tuesday accused President Barack Obama of “rewriting the constitution” for his political agenda, particularly in the case of his signature health care law.
“He has rewritten the Constitution for himself as a part of his effort to fundamentally transform the United States of America,” Bachmann said on Fox News on Tuesday.
Really? Sometimes, just for fun, I sit around and daydream what these idiots would do if we had an actual liberal President.
Thanks to Marge for the heads up and John for the very cool graphic.
Y’all, trip on over here and vote for Rick Perry.
It won’t do much good except make you feel better and there aint nothing wrong with that.
Thanks to Patricia for the heads up.
All you need to know that the War on Christmas is hogwash is to walk out your front door.
I dunno know about you but I live in Texas, where tacky whoop-te-do is considered an art form. My entire street is lit up like an oil refinery. On clear nights we can be seen from the damn moon.
You cannot go into a store without hearing elevator Christmas tunes and the hawking of wares nobody on this planet really needs. Well, unless they are shiny. If they are shiny, then you really need them. I even have shiny house shoes. I know, eat your heart out.
Back to Fox News: their latest fake WOC story comes from Georgia. Yes, Georgia – Queen of the Bible Belt.
Fox News’ Todd Starnes accused a Georgia elementary school of “confiscating” Christmas cards in an effort to stifle religious expression, prompting outrage from residents and threats of corrective legislation from Georgia lawmakers. But according to the school district, Starnes’ allegations are completely false.
There is a tradition of teachers bringing a copy of the Christmas card they send out to share with other teachers. They are displayed for the teachers to see. That display was moved to the teacher’s lounge this year due to safety concerns and, boy howdy, is the principal flippin’ mad about the Fox News story. Apparently, it has interrupted the school day.
Unfortunately, today the school was terrorized by an intentional and vicious dissemination of untrue information that disrupted the good work going on inside. Fox News Radio Commentary Host Todd Starnes, acting on misinformation that neither he, nor his media outlet corroborated with the school system or Baker, misreported a story about student Christmas Cards being removed from the school. Baker did not receive any questions from the local community either.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution got in on the act, too. They describe a “school that obviously has no problem with Christmas trees. Or holiday artwork by students. Or Christmas cards. No one has been asked not to say “Merry Christmas.””
Moving one Christmas card display does not a war make. Even if it’s Hitler.
The Steeple People are at it again. And this time they have a Magic Man in the Sky.
Carl Gallups, Advanced Letter Scramble Champion
Gospel Grinder Carl Gallups, who wrote a book called The Magic Man in the Sky, is plenty tired of you folks making fun of him because he called President Obama the anti-Christ. So he’s back, Baby, and this time he has proof!
Carl Gallups advanced the theory, based on Aramaic translations of biblical texts, that Jesus spoke the current president’s name when he prophesized in Luke 10:18 that he “saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.”
According to the theory, which Gallups says he did not develop but promoted, the Aramaic translation of that passage would be: “I beheld Satan as baraq u-bama.”
Do you know what is sad? It is sad when a full grown man does not recognize the word bar-be-que when he sees it in a letter scramble game. That is sad.
And, personally, I think the whole baraq-u-bama thing is a foretelling of the way Auburn cooked Alabama last weekend, but what do I know of the Anti-Christ and who he roots for in college football? I confess that I know diddle squat about that.
Thanks to TexasTrailerParkTrash for the heads up.