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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Ryan Corsaro (Pathetic 'Paparazzi' Puke)

"I just hope to God that one of these young producers with a camera whose bosses are making them follow Sarah Palin as a potential Republican candidate don't get in a car crash, because this is dangerous...It feels like she's baiting us and treating us like paparazzi and make the 'lamestream media' appear that way."

- Whining about Sarah Palin not announcing where she is headed on her bus tour.

One, if you don't want to be treated like you are "lamestream media" or "paparazzi", then quit acting like it.

Two, why on earth should Palin play nice with these pukes?  The MSM has trashed her and her family, and she owes them nothing...If she's playing them for the douche-bags they are, then all the better.

How about this, show some class (towards Palin and other Conservatives) and maybe the MSM won't be treated like the ass-hats they are.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Brent Jacobsen (Newport Beach Lifeguard Management Association)

“We have negotiated very fair and very reasonable salaries in conjunction with comparable positions and other cities up and down the coast...well within the norm of other city employees.”

Jacobson's talking about the salary of California lifeguards.  I'm sure everyone finds it "reasonable" for city lifeguards to make $100-$200k...That's per year, by the way.

According to Jacobsen it's just part of being a California public employee:  "well within the norm of other city employees."

And the giant cash-suction doesn't end when these employees retiree:  "Lifeguards are able to retire with 90 percent of their salary, after only 30 years of work at as early as the age of 50." - Brian Calle

$100,000-$200,000 per year is bad enough, but how ridiculous is it for lifeguards to get $90,000-$180,000 per year during retirement?  Lets play with numbers:  If a 50 year old lifeguard lives to be 80 he will suck $2.7 million-$5.4 million out of the city...Not a bad gig if you can get it.

Just a little something to keep in mind when California and its equally money-strapped cities say they have to raise taxes to pay for teachers, police, fire, etc. (not that they don't have crazy deals, as well) or let them go.

No wonder so many Americans are fed up with public employees, and the giant suction noise they leave behind.

Sunday, May 15, 2011

Bernard Hopkins (Barbarian)

"Forget this [pointing to his own dark skin]. He's got a suntan. That's all...Why do you think McNabb felt he was betrayed? Because McNabb is the guy in the house, while everybody else is on the field. He's the one who got the extra coat. The extra servings. 'You're our boy...He thought he was one of them."

- Comments Hopkins made about Donovan McNabb, and how McNabb felt about being traded by the Philadelphia Eagles...He also went on to make fun of McNabb's 'privileged childhood in suburban Chicago.'

**Let me say something about Donovan McNabb:  He is a borderline Hall of Fame quarterback (though I don't think he'll get in), who led a franchise which hasn't won a championship in almost-forever to multiple NFC Championship games and a Super Bowl.  In my opinion, he's had the second best career of any black quarterback in NFL history; right behind Warren Moon...McNabb has, also, always presented himself in a classy manner.**

You should notice Hopkins' comment is in 'purple', instead of the normal 'commie red'...This is because I have no idea what his politics are, and I doubt he has much of a clue about anything other than his own self-worth.

For those who are unfamiliar with Bernard Hopkins, he's a boxer.  A boxer well past his prime, but he was a great one.  He's also a world-class shit talker with no mental filter, and obviously no common sense or decency.

So, why did I bother with this as a Liberal Jackass Quote?  The answer is in the lack of Liberal response to Hopkins questioning the 'blackness of a black man', and more or less calling McNabb a 'house nigger'...Are Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton marching?  How about the NAACP?  Are the members of the Congressional Black Caucus throwing out resolutions against Hopkins?  What about the Mainstream Media, are they running around-the-clock video of Hopkins' rant?

The answers are 'no', 'no', 'no', 'no'.  HELL NO!

Why not?  Because Liberals and supposed black reformers don't care about blacks...They care about lashing out at whites and using black suffering as a straw-man against whites to personally profit, and are best able to do so when they can use perceived wrongs against blacks by whites.

Black-on-Black crime means nothing to them; be it real crime (murder, rape, theft, etc), or cruel rhetoric...Because their concern isn't blacks.  THEIR REAL (and only) CONCERN IS THEIR OWN POWER AND FINANCIAL GAIN!

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Barack Obama (Border Patrol Agent-in-Chief)

"They wanted a fence. Well, that fence is now basically complete...So, we have gone above and beyond what was requested by the very Republicans who said they supported broader reform as long as we got serious about enforcement. But even though we’ve answered these concerns, I suspect there will be those who will try to move the goal posts one more time. They’ll say we need to triple the border patrol. Or quadruple the border patrol. They’ll say we need a higher fence to support reform...Maybe they’ll say we need a moat. Or alligators in the moat."

- The "fence" in question is a 'border fence.'

We have a completed border fence?  Really?  I dare anyone to prove this statement to be true.  If it is true it should be easy to find a Google picture of a legitimate boarder wall covering the entire passable expanse of the southern border.  I won't even expect the double-wall they were supposed to build; a single-walled fence would be enough...And please, don't bother to show me a magic invisible fence created by construction workers on unicorns.

Barack knows this isn't true (assuming he doesn't have the same definition of "basically complete" as Bill Clinton had of the word "is") which means he's out-and-out lying!  Pandering to the illegal alien/amnesty crowd...Even worse, he's shirking his duty:  In 2005 a law was passed to build a 700-mile double-layer border fence along the southwest border.

"Today, according to staff at the Department of Homeland Security, just 5 percent of the double-layer fencing is complete, only 36.3 miles.  The Government Accountability Office (GAO), Congress’s investigative arm, reported in early 2009 that only 32 miles of double-layer fencing had been built. That means under President Obama, only 4.3 miles of double layer fencing has been built. This is woefully inadequate." - Sen. Jim DeMint (R - South Carolina)

"Woefully inadequate" is being generous...Purposefully negligent is a much better description.


Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Mark Salvo (WildEarth Guardians)

"They require a very specific, very rare habitat type and their range has been reduced by 40 percent. This is a species that warrants listing under the Endangered Species Act."

- "They" are the 'dunes sagebrush lizard', and "they" are being used as a reason for environMENTALists to sue in federal courts to stop drilling oil and natural gas in portions of Texas and New Mexico.

Hope you enjoy paying $4/gallon for gas, because it's going to be our new norm, in what are abnormal times...Times where the craziest lunatics in our midst are allowed to destroy the American economy with claims of saving the world.  Times where a stupid lizard has preference over the American people.

Heaven help us if they find an equally deranged "red-diaper-doper-baby" Clinton or Obama appointed judge to rule in their favor.

Thursday, May 05, 2011

Overly Sensitive 'Noble Savages'

"These inappropriate uses of Native American icons and cultures are prevalent throughout our society, and the impacts to Native and non-Native children are devastating." - Loretta Tuell (Chief Counsel for the Senate Indian Affairs Committee)

"Right now Native American children all over this country are facing the reality of having one of their most revered figures being connected to a terrorist and murderer of thousands of innocent Americans...Think about how they feel at this point." - Jeff Houser (Fort Sill Apache Tribal Chairman)

- Objecting to the U.S. military's use of the code name 'Geronimo' in the operation which killed Osama bin Laden.

Take an f'ing day off!

'Geronimo' isn't what the troops were calling Bin Laden, it was the signal they used to let the commanding officer know Bin Laden was killed or captured...If anything it should be seen as an honor.

But noooooooo!  These overly sensitive clowns insist on finding offense in everything...Pathetically, I'm betting Obama, or one of his underlings, comes out with an apology.

Tuesday, May 03, 2011

Peter Bergen (CNN)

"Killing Bin Laden is the end of the war on terror. We can just sort of announce that right now."

WOW!  That's amazing news.  I'm so excited, and can't wait to hear Al Qaeda and the rest of the jihadis publicly announce they agree with Bergen...Lets stop and listen.

Keep listening...Keeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep listening.

Sunday, May 01, 2011

Brad Johnson (EnvironMENTAList)

"The congressional delegations of these states - Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Virginia, and Kentucky - overwhelmingly voted to reject the science that polluting the climate is dangerous...They are deliberately ignoring the warning from scientists."

- Commenting about the recent tornado spree in these states, which have killed over 300 people...At this time, these states are run by Republican congresses.

"I did not blame Republicans for the tornadoes."

Of course he didn't.  He was just randomly throwing out comments about weather, Republican states, and "warning(s) from scientists."

I'm assuming he didn't mean to blame these "Republicans for the tornadoes"; it was really George W. Bush's fault...Two years after leaving office, this evil genius is still creating tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, etc.  Well, he and Dick Cheney, that is.

"If you look at 60 years of data, the number of tornadoes is increasing significantly, but it's agreed upon by the tornado community that it's not a real increase...It's having to do with better technology, more population, the fact that the population is better educated and more aware.  So we're seeing them more often." - Grady Dixon (Assistant Professor of Meteorology and Climatology)

In other words, there are more tornadoes reported and tracked because we are more able to document them, not because there are more tornadoes...Duh!

"Actually what we're seeing is springtime." - Craig Fugate (Federal Emergency Management Agency...dismissing the connection between 'more tornadoes' and global warming)

Now there's a public servant deserving of his paycheck...I'm sure he's in deep fecal matter over such honesty.
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