Poison Pero is RIGHT!

Sunday, February 27, 2011

Annonymous Ubisoft Spokeswench

"We Dare is intended for an adult audience."

- Ubisoft is a game maker', 'We Dare' is a Wii and PlayStation 3 game; a sexual game which allows the player(s) to direct the action.

Lets see, "We Dare is intended for an adult audience", but on the game's box-cover its title is:  "We Dare.  Flirty Fun For All."

"For All" tends to mean 'for all', but I guess a creative mind could claim it means 'for all adults.'

Lets look a little closer at the box-cover (though you don't need to look very closely because it sticks out like a sore thumb):  The game has a 12+ certificate rating, meaning the game is appropriate for players 12-years of age and up...Since when does 12+ equal 'adult status?'

12+ DOESN'T EQUAL ADULT STATUS IN NORMALVILLE!   And it certainly doesn't in Peroville...12+ only equals adult status in Liberalville.  A hideous place where standards of decency are considered outdated and restrictive.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Jay Carney (Obama's Spokesmouth)

"The stimulus package, recovery act, uh, contained within it goals.  To improve, to basically, as part of a number of measures that were taken to, uh, prevent, a staggering economy from collapsing into depression.  To save or create jobs.  To invest in, uh, areas where, uh, uh, future growth, uh, would help drive, uh, the overall economy - and, uh, those goals have been met...The bigger point is, there was a crisis that had to be responded to, uh, and, uh, this president did that by leading, and, uh, and we believe it worked."

How is it the guy who is supposedly the 'greatest speaking U.S. president since Lincoln' picks a guy who can barely communicate as his new press secretary?  He had to know he was getting a dilrod when he stole the guy from 'Bags' Biden's staff.

Kind of makes me long for the days of Bobby G. (not)...At least he has the talking points down, however.  He may not know how to elucidate it, but at least he knows the propaganda.

Maybe he'll get better with time at spewing the lies; he sort of has to.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Drusilla_1616 (Twitter Twit)

"sat next to guy in class and he kept going on about how great [Wisconsin Governor] Scott Walker is, I turned to him said 'I wish someone would shoot him already.'"

- Post made on Twitter regarding the Wisconsin governor's desire to get the state's public service unions under fiscal control, so the state doesn't go bankrupt.

Whoa!  Whoa, there sister Drusilla!  I thought everyone was going to be more civil and friendly after Rep. Giffords took a shot to the dome?  Especially after President Obama gave such a lovely chat condemning hate speech in political discourse...Surely, this Twit-ter-er is an abomination.

Wrong.  She's just about the norm when it comes to the Left.

"Scott Walker = Adolph Hitler.  'Can you tell the difference' [?]  If you can't, you must be in a coma.  Don't let 'this' history repeat itself!!!!!  1933 Hitler abolishes unions!  Look at history" - Picket sign outside the Wisconsin statehouse

Maybe Obama was wrong; maybe the people can't play nice...And maybe Obama was only expecting such phony niceness from the Right.  Can you imagine if either of these comments was from a Tea Partier?  OMG!!!

Oh well, I only have one thing to say to these Tweet-heads:  STFU!

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Barack Obama (Debt Creator-in-Chief)

"Just like every family in America, the federal government has to do two things at once: It has to live within its means while still investing in the future. If your family [is] trying to cut back, you might skip going out to dinner, you might put off a vacation, but you wouldn't want to sacrifice saving for your kids' college education or making key repairs in your house. So you cut back on what you can't afford to focus on what you can't do without, and that's what we've done with this year's budget."

If only Obama would run the country the way most average Americans run their families; we'd be in a much better fiscal situation.  Unfortunately, the Prez has no idea how most Americans live.  And how could he, since he hasn't lived the adult life of most Americans.

The reality is when most of us simpletons (you know, the one's who pay for Obama's unaffordable 'investments') can't make our budgets we don't invest; we just try to survive...We don't have the opportunity to 'save', or to make "repairs" on anything.  We just have to "cut back on what...[we] can't afford", and only pay for "what...[we] can't do without."

"That's...[NOT] what...[he's] done with this year's budget."

No, Obama has continued to load up on so-called 'investments'; otherwise known as DEBT!  Debt we'll never be able to repay.  Debt those we supposedly care the most about (our children and grandchildren) will be overburdened with, which will lead to a lower standard of living for them than any of us want to think about.


Thursday, February 17, 2011

Charlie Sheen (Hollywood Idiot)

"I said stay off the crack, and I still think that's pretty good advice, unless you can manage it socially.  If you can manage it socially, then go for it, but not a lot of people can, you know?"

- Commenting about advice he gave to the UCLA college baseball team.

What no pearls of wisdom on banging syphilitic whores?

Charlie Harper is great, even though his part on 'Two-and-a-Half Men' is the role of a douche bag.  Charlie Sheen is just a douche bag, whose real life is even more ridiculous than the fictional character he plays on T.V...But Chuck isn't all that different from a lot of his Hollywood Idiot peers, and under normal circumstances his comment wouldn't even come close to making this blog.

What I want to know is why in the world is the UCLA baseball coach inviting a jag like Charlie Sheen to speak to his team?  He wasn't a very good pretend baseball player on 'Major League', and I can't imagine he's much of a motivational speaker...So, I'm going to ask, again, what made this coach think inviting Charlie Sheen to speak to his team was a good idea?

He would have been much better off bringing another drugged out scumbag to the field:  "Crack is whack!" -Whitney Houston

But, he didn't bring Whitney, and my question stands...Sadly, there is no reasonable answer, and if we lived in a sane world the university would fire the coach for bringing a whore-mongering, crack head on campus.

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

State Rep. Scott Saiki (Author of the Most Idiotic Law Ever Proposed)

SECTION 1. Chapter 709, Hawaii Revised Statutes, is amended by adding a new section to be appropriately designated and to read as follows:

"§709- Sale of toy guns to minors prohibited. (1) It shall be unlawful to sell, attempt to sell, or offer for sale a toy gun to a minor under eighteen years of age; provided that it shall be an affirmative defense to any prosecution that the:

(a) Purchaser falsely represented the purchaser's age by producing a driver's license bearing a photograph of the licensee, a state identification card, or similar card purporting to be a valid identification card indicating that the purchaser was eighteen years of age or older;

(b) Appearance of the purchaser was such that an ordinary prudent person would believe the purchaser to be eighteen years of age or older; and

(c) Sale was made in good faith relying upon the indicators of age in paragraphs (a) and (b).

(2) Any person who violates this section shall be subject to a fine of not more than $2,000, imprisonment of not more than ninety days, or both."

No squirt guns, no cap guns, no rubberband guns, no noise-making laser guns, no plastic guns, etc., etc...In other words, NO COMMON SENSE!

Cars kill many more people than guns, so I'm betting Hotwheels are next to be banned.  Planes, too, so I guess kids won't be allowed to make paper airplanes...For that matter, they probably won't even be allowed to buy paper, which could be used to make paper airplanes, which symbolize planes, which could kill people.

I know some of you believe President Obama was born in Kenya, but idiotic Liberal crap, like this law, lead me to believe he really is a Hawaiian...And the state rubbed off on him in a powerful, moronic way.

Sunday, February 13, 2011

James Clapper (Director of National Intelligence)

"The term Muslim Brotherhood is an umbrella term for a variety of movements. In the case of Egypt, a very heterogeneous group, largely secular, which has eschewed violence and has decried al-Qaeda as a perversion of Islam."

Maybe I've missed something about the Brotherhood; America's top intelligence officer surely knows more than a simple citizen like myself on this matter...Then again, maybe not.

"The Muslim Brotherhood is the antithesis of a secular organization as asserted today by James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence. Clapper's statement presents a significant concern that our primary Intelligence officer has a complete lack of understanding of an organization that presents the greatest threat to the security of the United States. The Director of Intelligence is either grossly naïve or covering up for an ideology that is in an ideological war with the United States and western society.  The Muslim Brotherhood is built on the ideology of political Islam which adheres to a belief in Islamic Supremacy. To be a secular organization the Brotherhood would have to completely disavow the very beliefs that define the organization.  Further, the Muslim Brotherhood is a threat to the political process in a post-Mubarak Egypt and throughout the middle-east...Our Intelligence community cannot afford to allow political correctness or this severally mistaken understanding of the Brotherhood to enter the conversation of how we will confront the changes in Egypt.  As we deal with political Islam domestically and abroad it has hundreds of permutations from the most violent (Al Qaeda) to the non-violent (Islamist groups in the west). They all are pursuing the same goal which is the Islamic state based in Sharia Law. This is because they all share the same roots - The Muslim Brotherhood...If America gets this conflict wrong we are doomed to become accomplices in the ascendency (sp) of Islamic theocracy throughout the world which ultimately threatens our national security." - Dr. M. Zuhdi Jasser (President of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy)

Heaven help us, because it doesn't seem like our president and his minions are up to the task.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Us Weekly

"Public figures must be held accountable for what they say...Here's another case of an airhead diva going on TV, running her mouth off, sounding like a fool.  She doesn't understand something so basic about America, yet we're supposed to tolerate her diva behavior.  Americans can see through that...Unemployment is at nine percent, yet we have to suffer through a performance by a foreigner with a poor grasp of the English language."

- A comment the magazine published, made by Sarah Palin to Sean Hanitty, regarding the ridiculous version of the 'National Anthem' sung by Christina Aguilera at the Super Bowl.

That is terrible.  Aguilera was a complete embarrassment, but I can't believe Sarah made such a brutal comment.

You shouldn't believe it either, because she didn't.  'Us Weekly' didn't bother to verify a satirical story it found on the Internet, and instead decided to run with it...Anything to make Palin look bad, ya know.  They aren't alone, however.

"The escalating crisis in Egypt could become a defining moment for Sarah Palin...Governor Palin needs to speak out publicly and forcibly for an American-led invasion to protect our interests in North Africa." - Rachel Maddow (MSNBC host)

Maddow found this little fictional gem on another satire site, which stated someone named Stephenson Billings made about Palin...Maddow didn't bother to check the legitimacy of the site or the story, and didn't even bother to check if Billings is a real person; which he is not.

In other words, 'Us Weekly' and Maddow have fully succumbed to 'Palin Derangement Syndrome' and are willing to not only believe anything about her, but are also willing to go to print/air with it...Not that anyone's reading/watching or respects either one.

Thursday, February 03, 2011

Service Employees International Union (SEIU)

“A vote in support of this amendment is a vote to raise out-of-pocket healthcare costs for working families and takes away critical consumer protections provided to Americans for the first time.”

-  Email to senators against a Republican "amendment" to repeal ObamaCare.

So, SEIU thinks ObamaCare is good for America; for all Americans?  This is what you'd think they were getting at if you didn't know any better...But nooooooooooooooo!  SEIU only wants ObamaCare to affect the rest of the the American people.

I know you may find this shocking, but SEIU is one of the hundreds of American companies and unions which has sought and received waivers from some of the requirements of ObamaCare...What else would you expect from a union (not just SEIU; all of them)?  Their only care is about their members, not the American people or America as a whole.  Which would be fine if they would be honest enough to say this out-loud.  Oh, and if they weren't cheerleaders for the stupid bill in the first place.

By the way, I have a simple question for those of you who support ObamaCare, but aren't in a union or work for one of the companies which has been given an exemption from the ObamaCare regulations:  How are you going to feel when your employer drops your plan because your company isn't 'important' or 'big' enough for Obama to exempt them?  Or, if your employer doesn't drop your plan, but instead lays off a few people (maybe you) to pay for the cost increases brought on by mandates in ObamaCare?

We'll see how altruistic you are if/when this comes to fruition...Not that you won't deserve it for allowing yourself to be used as the useful idiot the Democrats rightfully think you are.

Tuesday, February 01, 2011

Sen. 'Up'-Chuck Schumer (D - NY)

"They [Republicans, and the American people in general] are getting wary because of the large debt we have, which we have to get down, but if they feel that people are willing to shut down the government, you could risk the credit markets really losing some confidence in the United States Treasury, and that could create a deeper recession than we had over the last several years - God forbid, even a depression. So I would urge my Republican colleagues, no matter how strongly they feel - you know, we have three branches of government. We have a House. We have a Senate. We have a president. And all three of us are going to have to come together and give some, but it is playing with fire to risk the shutting down of the government, just as it is playing with fire to risk not paying the debt ceiling."
You'd think what was good in 2006 would apply today, right?
"The fact that we are here today to debate raising America’s debt limit is a sign of leadership failure. It is a sign that the U.S. Government can’t pay its own bills. It is a sign that we now depend on ongoing financial assistance from foreign countries to finance our Government’s reckless fiscal policies...Increasing America’s debt weakens us domestically and internationally. Leadership means that ‘the buck stops here.' Instead, Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren. America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership. Americans deserve better." - Barack Obama (2006)
BARACK IS RIGHT!  "America has a [HUGE] debt problem and a [MASSIVE] failure of leadership.  Americans deserve [MUCH] better."
But the debt portion of Schumer's comment isn't my favorite part:  "...we have three branches of government. We have a House. We have a Senate. We have a president."
Hey Chucky, you stinking super genius, you are right we do have "three branches of government"...But the House and Senate aren't two separate branches, they are one, the president is another, and the Courts are the third.


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