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April 16, 2014




Captain Hate



On the merits, HildaBeast should lose for 2 photos alone: 1. reset button; 2. Andrews AFB in front of 4 flag draped Benghazi coffins lying her fat ugly ass off about some nonexistent video. She's a pig.

Reset the borders.

She said 'overcharge', and the Russians heard 'charge over'.


We are in agreement. When you've lost the Times...
Remember when the Des Moines Register wouldn't endorse her in 2008 until Bill stepped in to fix it?

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

LOL, kim.

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What in the world do you have against pigs? It's true they can endure living in filth but they do not spend their lives creating and seeking filth and do not deserve to be used as the comparative in this instance. Pit vipers and scorpions would more closely fit the Bill - or his Red Witch.


RickB-- I meant no disrespect to the noble pig. Hildabeast on the other hand is ignoble and treacherous.

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

What about the noble wildebeest?
Granted the faces are similar but underneath the Naugahyde? Come on.

Beasts of England

NYT war on wymynz!


She is beneath contempt.


Meanwhile, Carlos Slim's is pitching a fit because Ollie North, is serving as a consultant on 'the Americans' there is never
'move on' or what difference does it make?

Clarice Feldman

What a pathetic political class and what a sorry excuse for a free press.


Top Men, putting their best foot forward;



the fruits of her labor;



wretched scribes,



The NYT using unnamed sources, claims Sebelius is considering running for the Kansas Senate seat of Pat Roberts.

Can I be the first to say, please please please Cruella run! Run like Forrest Gump Cruella. You are way underwater in approval in Kansas today, and are the face of Obamacare and also administration incompetence. It will help further nationalize the election and you will also provide me with outsized enjoyment on watching you get beat like a drum. Zero was -22 in Kansas last election, and then you screw up a simple website!

The NYT I am sure thinks its a fine idea, and SO DO I!


This one is for old Double Douchebag.

Commenting on Alex Sink needing to spend more time with her family:

“Washington Democrats can’t even convince their die-hard career politicians to walk the plank this November,” said Katie Prill, a spokeswoman for the National Republican Congressional Committee.

Massacre coming Douchie, you may want to assume the fetal position and suck your thumb.


I've listened to a good bit of Talk Radio today so I've caught the News Breaks at the top and bottom of the hour.

I keep hearing audio of the ex-City Manager of Bell California, Robert Rizzo, apologizing for stealing millions from the Taxpayers, followed by the Judge coming in and sentencing him to 12 years in Prison.

Unsurprisingly I have never yet heard which Political Party he was a member of.

Anybody know?

BTW, Rizzo is the pig in the Brown Prison PJ's.

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

If that ghoul could win a senate seat then I'd have to agree with noted nitwit Thomas Franks that there is definitely something the matter with Kansas.
They did make her gov so maybe there really is.


daddy, I posted the same thing in the previous, (unbeknown to me) stale thread.


winning the future, well this is the deal Randy Weaver could have gotten;


Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

Again with the pig diss?


they've put up the Roberto Duran;


Danube on iPad

"It's time for a woman" will trump everything.

Kathleen is the daughter of a Democratic Ohio governor.

Keith Sebelius, a Republican, took the House seat vacated by Bob Dole when he entered the Senate.


Sorry DrJ,

I am way behind today and haven't even started catch-up.

Here's Rizzo in a nicer outfit.

If it has not been posted yet, here is a decent update on the damage done to the Bundy Grazing area and cattle by "Ranglers" that the BLM hired to rustle his cattle at a cost to Taxpayer's of $966,000.

Feds accused of leaving trail of wreckage after Nevada ranch standoff

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We need to come up with a simile incorporating the life style of anaerobic bacteria working through the solids at the bottom of a septic tank and the common attributes of pit vipers and/or scorpions.

Pigs just don't deserve the vituperation via vile comparison using similes.


replicants, facehuggers, mynocks, pick your alien infestation,

Beasts of England

@daddy: suffice to say, the Upton to Rizzo photo trajectory is deeply disquieting...


Jesus 2,000 years ago: Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich person to enter the kingdom of God.”

Ex-Mayor Bloomberg today: If there is a god, when I get to Heaven I'm not stopping to be interviewed. I am heading straight in. I have earned my place in Heaven. It's not even close.


Actually you can't believe everything even if it appears in the Daily Mail


Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

All those critters perform remarkably useful functions, Rick.
Even the solids the bacteria are working through are more useful and less malodorous than our ruling class.

Wracked the old bean and can't come up with anything as uselessly parasitic as the average Dem. Even tape worms have an inadvertent purpose.

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

--I have earned my place in Heaven.It's not even close.--

You know which place is just chock full of people who believe that?



God memorizes the cards.

Hah, he thinks he owns the casino Pascal wagered in.

Thomas Collins

Sebelius for US Senate? That won't get by the Death Panel of Don Berwick, Tom Daschle and Ezekiel Emanuel. That's a pulled plug for sure.

Whistling past his graveyard.

If this is Woden's Day, this must be Heaven.

If Bloomberg so verbalizes, he doubts.

Beasts of England

Possible Sebelius campaign slogans (via Twitchy):

- 404ward!
- Resigned To Victory!
- Accept The Inept!
- Get Under The Bus With Sebelius!


Inchuan wasp, Ig.


she couldn't redeem Doom, then no one could,


Brit Hume refers to NannyBloomie as God Doubter, which sheds a whole different light on this asinine comment. My guess is that God has some serious doubts about Bloomie, as well.


well even if Bloomie were an observant Jew, he'd be ambivalent about the existence of heaven. But we all know Bloomie is a smartypants Boston-NYC Lib who's too clever to believe in things like Abraham's skymaster. So Bloomie's on his own when he will be judged.

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"So Bloomie's on his own when he will be judged."

He won't be lonely and there will always be a spot very near the hearth for him.

Frau Rechnung

DoT last night: "The nation will get precisely what it deserves to get.

To paraphrase Mayor Koch, "They voted for unicorns and they must be punished" Unfortunately, we all have to pay the bill.


As for proper analogs in the Alien realm, when one might have to resort to Dr. Who:


About six in ten American voters think Barack Obama lies to the country on important matters some or most of the time, according to a Fox News poll released Wednesday.

Thirty-seven percent think Obama lies “most of the time,” while another 24 percent say he lies “some of the time.” Twenty percent of voters say “only now and then” and 15 percent “never.”

I would say 81% think he is a liar. Either every damn time he opens his mouth or occasionally. It would be fun to ask the only now and then types, how to tell if he is lying on any given occasion. Those 15% are going to be really really pissed off when they figure out how the WON wrecked their party.

We may see this week.

Steyn's resistance(accent agu over the first 'e') may have caused the judges on the Virginia Supreme Court to hang fire.

Doubledown dumb.

Heh, he's a liar and it was dumb to elect him.


>>>What a pathetic political class and what a sorry excuse for a free press.

Posted by: Clarice Feldman | April 16, 2014 at 04:19 PM<<<

couldn't say it better.

afternoon all, catching up on all the threads. yikes.


>>>"It's time for a woman" will trump everything.

Posted by: Danube on iPad | April 16, 2014 at 05:29 PM<<<

the fake indian Warren would fit the bill. lucky us.


the Steyn roundup:



What about, "No more experiments?"


Dennis Miller today cracked that Sebelius has kicked off her campaign by collecting lots of signatures in Nebraska.

Frau Unterleib über alles

I spotted a "I'm ready for Hillary"* bumper sticker on a car outside Senior Center nearby.

*Geezer--eager to vote with her lady parts--unaware that her candidate's name is Hillary!


"I'm ready for Hillary"

Words never spoken by Bill.

Cecil Turner

I've said this before, but I think it bears repeating.

One of the weakest structural links of our foreign policy is the transfer of power every 4-8 years and resultant unavoidable changes in policy. Only a brain-dead moron would draw attention to this by something like a "reset button" . . . even if they managed to translate it correctly. The only possible conclusion Lavrov, et al, could draw is that he was dealing with a bunch of lightweight idiots. And, of course, later consultations proved it beyond any possible doubt.

I suppose that's a legacy, of sorts.


Posted by: daddy | April 16, 2014 at 05:32 PM -

maybe he ate all the cattle. good grief those Huts are all gangsters.

Comanche Voter

Well you use 8 helicopters to round up a few cows, you're going to stress them something awful. And if you put 5 bullets in a range bull you're going to stress him even worse.

Those BLM bozos are destructive sons a bitches, aren't they now?


There are trespassers and then there are trespassers.


Cecil Turner

I saw "Nigels in the news" and was hoping for Tufnel . . . especially at the end.


Well the notion that we were too harsh on Volodya, really was ridiculous, we gave him a pass on Chechnya, specially considering it was a prime source of recruitment for AQ, we ignored his ties to the Baathist regime,


Posted by: Comanche Voter | April 16, 2014 at 07:13 PM-

they tore down fencing and wells too. looked more like a punitive raid.

Jack is Back!


You are forgetting the 11 most inspiring words uttered:

"I am from the Federal Government and here to help you".


Taranto points out this snippet;

"In a Gallup poll, only 20 percent of Americans rated LBJ an above-average president, a lower ranking than George W. Bush or Jimmy Carter. Yet the 36th president affected the lives of most Americans and changed the fabric of today's society more than any president since Franklin D. Roosevelt."--Al Hunt, Bloomberg View, April 13


lol ... they sure helped in NV. Looked like a Gengis Khan raiding party, destroying the property to save it (...for Hairy Reed Inc).


did everyone scamper off?


Where your money goes!


" Information is scattered among various agencies with different standards of record-keeping; the Energy Department did reveal that the cost paid to contractors for an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) can range from $6.6 million to as much as $85 million."
Put it all together!




wasn't one of the features of her tenure at State that a lot of her portfolio was taken away and given to various area czars she had little control over. In addition, the administration has the nasty habit of appointing ambassadors wholly inappropriate for the position. Caroline Kennedy comes to mind but other campaign flunkies to countries large and small as well. Jim Miller flagged up India and the ambassador in Egypt wasn't all that popular either.



wonder how much of that gets funneled back to dem pols?


The ADN (Anchorage Daily News) has a story up on the revamping of the questions on the SAT. New SAT: What will those questions look like?

These bits stood out to me:

Each test will include a passage from the U.S. founding documents, such as the Declaration of Independence, or conversations they've inspired, the College Board has said.

To highlight that, one sample question released was adapted from a 1974 speech by Rep. Barbara Jordan, D-Texas, during the impeachment hearings of President Richard Nixon. Test takers must answer questions that best describe Jordan's stance and the main rhetorical effect of a part of the passage.

And there will be additional Political related questions on the new SAT:

In the sample question related to a political candidate, the test taker must first determine from a table which age group had the greatest number of people reporting they had voted. Then, compare the table to another survey to determine which of four statements about voter turnout is correct.

I am confident that the SAT question makers will strive to keep Political bias out of the questions they present to the Students, but it does bother me that they think it necessary in the Nixon Impeachment Question to identify Barbara Jordan as a Democrat. Since it is obvious that Newspapers and Telecasts no longer mention the Political affiliation of any Convicted Democrat, I think it is unfair to include Political Affiliations in an SAT question, since students will never observe it used by the MSM in real life, therefore the evaluators are misguidely setting the students up for expectations from the Media which will sadly disappoint them in the long run..


From TM's NYTimes link:

Much of what she (Hillary) labored over so conscientiously

Evidence, please?

Eric in Boise

My guess is that God has some serious doubts about Bloomie, as well.

"God is dead."
- Nietzsche

"Nietzsche is dead."
- God


He has the final word,


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"Evidence, please?"


You have to consider the effort required to reset Kiev 2014 to Budapest 1956.


the first time I ever heard of Donetsk, was an aside in one of those early 90s nuclear apocalyptic films, By Dawn's Early Light, it was the target of a nuke, launched by rogue Russian generals, that provokes a small nuclear exchange, one of the memorable things about it was Rebecca DeMornay's character,

Danube on iPad

"Yet the 36th president affected the lives of most Americans and changed the fabric of today's society more than any president since Franklin D. Roosevelt."

Take very careful note of the word "yet." Hunt takes it as given that if a president "affected the lives of most Americans and changed the fabric of today's society," he has done an unambiguous good. The notion that in the end he has done harm is simply not to be entertained.

Any change is change Al Hunt can believe in.


"wonder how much of that gets funneled back to dem pols?"

My feeling is that a lot of it does. Everytime one sees a lot of money being spent on political type garbage, it seems it is being sucked up by the leftists, IMO.


Cameron is an illustration, that it does little good to get any Tory in that slot, he has been for SkyDragon netting, sympathetic to the Arab Winter, really enthused about tax increases,

Jack is Back!


I wonder how Akhmetov and System Capital Managemnt are feeling about Donetsk these days?


Of course it comes from the runner up to John Edward's affections;


also from the grooveyard of forgotten favorites, Wesley Clark is trying to get a supply operation to the Ukraine,


you see how there is no such thing as moving on, for these people,


Captain Hate

Hey guys. Janet knows this from Facebook but Maggie died earlier today. I took her on her afternoon walk and she was doing fine. Then I decided to take her with me for some errands, which she likes to do. I was driving to the ATM when some codger ahead of me decided he needed to be in the right lane and just stopped in the left lane rather than act like a normal human being. I didn't have to lock the brakes but heard a small thump in the back seat, which isn't completely unusual. I went on a couple errands and noticed Maggie didn't greet me when I got back to the car like I'd been away for a month and seemed to be breathing like she had a hair in her throat. I took her home at that point and tried to console her because, other than her breathing being a bit off, she didn't seem to be in pain. I called a vet to see if she might be having a heart attack and she told me the symptoms didn't seem to be for that. A few minutes later she tried to get up and fell back down so I just scooped her up and carried her out to the car. I kept talking to her but about halfway there I could see she wasn't breathing. At that point I just drove her home for Mrs H to give her last goodbyes. When I carried her body out there was blood coming from her mouth so maybe she'd had a punctured lung or something. It's pointless to speculate further but obviously something happened when I put on the brakes suddenly.

I'm not used to this happening; usually my dogs go after a long goodbye and I've had a chance to get ready for it. I'm pretty much a wreck right now and feel like I should've done things differently somehow. I'll probably post some stuff later on but right now am just miserable.


Posted by: pagar | April 16, 2014 at 08:28 PM-

it is that iron triangle of wall street money, leftist ngo foundations, and government functionaries.


So sorry, to hear that Captain.



sorry to hear about that. my condolences.

Captain Hate

Thanks, narc; Jane, glasater and MarkF know it from Facebook too.

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

OT example of what I have to put up with my daughter.
Text from me:

Sandie [our friend who works at the local state prison where the majorty of CA's sexual offenders are stowed] says a couple of inmates have escaped from prison. B careful.

A couple of minutes later she texts back;
I know. Thanks.
I am actually giving one of them a ride right now.
He seems nice though! I think he was wrongly accused! Innocent I tell you!

I guess I should be thankful she didn't tell me they were eloping.


OH! Captain Hate,I'm so sorry!


My condolences, Captain H


JOM after-action report. First JOM meet-up ever, and a total success. Jack is Back, a gracious, gregarious, generous gentleman; Frederick, exactly as portrayed by his father, a real charmer; Mrs. Jack -- a Belgian firecracker! Warm and sparkling. A lovely family and a lovely brunch. JOM friends are good friends.

Happy, happy, joy, joy Ignatz

Oh man CH. That stinks. Hope you don't second guess anything that happened. I have had a hard time getting a new pooch after I lost Ernie my Gordon Setter a few years ago. It's damned tough.

Jack is Back!


Our prayers are with Maggie. Losing a dog is like losing a friend. As you know we have two friends and miss them dearly while we are away. She will always remember you as much as you remember her. There is a God for dogs and he is just as benevolent for them as he is for us.


Oh CH-we had something similar happen with a cat who had showed no problems. We had had the same experiences as you in the past. Time to come to grips with the health problem.

Happened a couple of months ago. You take the pet's presence for granted and you appreciate how much when you lose them.

I left out the part about one of my kids finding the cat and insisting during ATL rush hour that I must find a vet to do an autopsy to make sure other cats were not in jeopardy. And a good mom who cared would...

Glad you got to say good bye and did not have a shrieking teenager.

Jack is Back!

Good night to all. Slaap lekker. And thanks, tonto for those gracious remarks. Like you we fellt blessed to meet you and Harry. When we get back its dinner at Chez Jack in Southampton.

Captain Hate

Thanks guys; you're the best.



My heart breaks for you. Our beloved shelter mutt, Hank, died in my arms 10 years ago. He waited until he could say goodbye to our son, Charlie, who came home from school the night before he died. Charlie was the one who picked him from the no-kill shelter where he had lived for four years. He was the best dog, ever.

I am so sorry.


You would think they would have been more diligent;


Danube on iPad

Terribly, terribly sorry, CH. It's a very hard thing to go through. Doesn't sound to me like there's anything you could or should have done differently.

Stephanie spring sprung baseballs back umm ummm umm

So sorry, capt.

We've lost several dogs, cats and birds in our 28 years of marriage and every one was tough.

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