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Fortunately These Commercials Will Be Over Soon

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So the Senate race in my state has busted out one of my all-time favorite political television ads.

While it’s the standard b.s. that comes out every other year, the fortune cookie’s frownie face is what endears this otherwise run-of-the-mill commercial.

And honestly, now. Who the hell gets influenced by this stupid shit?

Toomey’s had a lead that has since been narrowed. Now I’m getting these stupid ads on TV and equally dimwitted radio commercials playing nearly nonstop. So far I have not heard any response from the Toomey camp, which tells me one of two things.

1) Internal polling shows these aren’t doing a thing.

2) Toomey’s campaign doesn’t know what to do.

If it’s the latter, then the shitdick Democrat deserves to win.

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October 25, 2010 at 7:00 pm

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Muslim Of The White House Halts Wage Increases For Chicken Of The Sea Workers

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I read this in my local Right-Wing Saturday fishwrap. I laughed.

Having at last learned that minimum-wage laws reduce employment, Congress needs to make that basic economics lesson stick — halfway around the world and at home.

Today’s Democrat-controlled Congress last month quietly passed — and the Muslim Wookie Fucker quietly signed — a halt to annual 50-cent increases that were to continue in two U.S. territories until wages there reached the $7.25-an-hour federal minimum.

Mandated by another Democrat-controlled Congress in 2007, the increases now are on hold for two years in American Samoa and one year in the Northern Mariana Islands, where they’ve caused thousands of job losses.

Just in American Samoa, StarKist Co. of Pittsburgh has reduced its tuna plant’s work force by thousands. Chicken of the Sea closed its tuna plant in 2007. And if the new holds on wage hikes aren’t made permanent, more jobs will be lost when they end.

With wages far lower in Thailand and elsewhere, the hikes made canning tuna in American Samoa prohibitively expensive — and job cuts inevitable. From that utterly predictable outcome, Congress must learn that it can’t suspend basic economics anywhere — and that minimum-wage laws are equally bad for employment at home and on the other side of the globe.

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October 24, 2010 at 9:50 pm

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Going Deep Into Brett’s Bank Account

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So whether or not Jenn Sterger meets with the NFL to discuss the Ol’ Gunslinger’s boorish behavior is the size of Favre’s … checkbook.

While we await the decision by Jenn Sterger as to whether or not she will meet with NFL official over the Brett Favre investigation, it seems we have some insight into Brett Favre’s interview with the NFL. According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, Favre told officials that while he did leave voicemails for Sterger, there were no images involved.

Some have said that Jenn Sterger’s decision on whether or not to meet with the NFL hinges on whether or not she comes to some sort of financial agreement with Favre. Such an agreement would, of course, have a confidentiality clause.

We’re all whores — the only difference for each of us involves the price. Hmmm, perhaps this should have been one of my “Rules of Life.”

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October 24, 2010 at 9:32 pm

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Storm The Field Because You Played A Role In The Big Win

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So when Missouri defeated top-ranked Oklahoma last night in college football, the idiot fans ran out onto the field in celebration.

I’m sorry, but watching this always pisses me off. If you want to go out on the field to celebrate your school’s win, then join the team. I wish there were automatic machine gun sentries set to go off whenever these assclowns decide to enter the field of play. Same applies for professional sports, too.

It doesn’t have to be machine guns. Flame-throwers would work.

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October 24, 2010 at 11:09 am

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Philly Not Immune From Mrs. kkk’s Wrath

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So the Va-Giants beat the Phillies last night to go to the World Series. And naturally the better half decided to watch the last inning-and-a-half of the game. Why? Because she revels in the failures of this city. As I said before, she will watch a major sporting event involving the City of Brotherly Love just to give that team the finger and shoot out a barrage of expletives. Last night was no different. Below are some of the more choice comments she had:

— On a fan breathing into a Phillies rally towel: “Like that’s going to do any good, you dumbfuck.”

— On another fan who had fingers crossed on both hands up by her face: “Oh I hate you people and I don’t even know you.”

— When a double play was made, ending the 8th inning: “Why don’t you all just create your own nation with fatass (Ed) Rendell as your president?”

— After the last out was recorded in the game: “Look at what all that towel-waving got you — HAHAHAHAHA!”

Please note I’m only recording the comments she made directed at actual people shown on television. I’m not counting all the “Fuck you, fatass” chants, or similar terms of affection toward the city and our state’s (soon to be term-limited) governor.

And, as always, whenever she watches baseball, she has a question for me about the actual aspect of the game. When the Phillies were intentionally walking a batter in the 9th to get to the team’s pitcher, the following conversation was had. You can figure out who’s who.

“Why are they doing that?”

“Because they want to get to the next batter, who’s the team’s pitcher.”

“Why?”

“Because pitchers aren’t usually good hitters, and they have a better chance of getting him out.”

“That’s dumb.”

One final note. The quote about Philadelphia becoming its own state is somewhat work-related. Mrs. kkk deals with the city of Philadelphia, and her department is unable to do anything about its cohorts from the southeastern part of the state. Why? Because the Philadelphia branch wants to be held unaccountable for whatever it is they are supposed to do for the better half’s employer. There’s some exemption Philadelphia has that stems from when this city used to be our nation’s capital. I’m not going to go into detail, but just think of the “diplomatic immunity” guy from “Lethal Weapon 2.”

Note that “not going into detail” translates into “whenever she starts bitching about this during our drive home from work I begin to tune out.”

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October 24, 2010 at 11:02 am

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McCarvertary

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I’ve got the Giants/Phillies game on now and some guy just hit a lead-off double in the bottom of the sixth with the score tied 2-2.

Tim McCarver just said, “it could be a very, very important hit for the Phillies.”

Ya think?

EDIT: Turns out it wasn’t. I have no idea which team I want to see advance to the World Series. San Francisco or Philadelphia? Ewww.

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October 23, 2010 at 10:24 pm

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Damn Juan

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Silly Juan. Didn’t you get the memo that you are supposed to bash only Christians on National Progressive Radio?

NPR terminated the contract of Juan Williams on Wednesday after comments the veteran journalist and news analyst made about Muslims on Fox’s “The O’Reilly Factor.”

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly stirred up controversy last week on “The View” after making the blanket statement that “Muslims killed us on 9/11,” a comment that led to co-hosts Joy Behar and Whoopi Goldberg walking off the set.

On Monday, O’Reilly asked Williams if there is a “Muslim dilemma” in the United States. The NPR analyst and longtime Fox News contributor agreed with O’Reilly that such a thing exists, and added that “political correctness can lead to some kind of paralysis where you don’t address reality.”

“I mean, look, Bill, I’m not a bigot,” Williams continued. “You know the kind of books I’ve written about the civil rights movement in this country. But when I get on the plane, I got to tell you, if I see people who are in Muslim garb and I think, you know, they are identifying themselves first and foremost as Muslims, I get worried. I get nervous.”

Nevertheless, congrats on the job promotion. OMGFAUXNEWSLOL2010~!! is going to give you a more prominent role and more money.

I like Williams. He’s a liberal for sure, but he seems to be an independent thinker who usually gives his opinions rather than just basic talking points. Back in 1995 I attended this “young journalists” convention in Washington, D.C., and Williams was co-hosting a workshop. Did I have some meaningful chat with him afterward? No. I just wanted to tell this story.

Oh, and I have to wonder if ol’ NPR has ever had the race-baiting poverty-pimp Jesse Jackson on its airwaves after he said this little gem?

“I hate to admit it, but I have reached a stage in my life that if I am walking down a dark street late at night and I see that the person behin…d me is white, I subconsciously feel relieved.”

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October 23, 2010 at 10:15 pm

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