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SPLC sues gay reparative hucksters JONAH

Dear Southern Poverty Law Center: Thank You.

This is the first time a “conversion therapy” practitioner has been directly sued for deceptive practices, SPLC officials said.

“JONAH profits off of shameful and dangerous attempts to fix something that isn’t broken,” said SPLC deputy legal director Christine P. Sun. “Despite the consensus of mainstream professional organizations that conversion therapy doesn’t work, this racket continues to scam vulnerable gay men and lesbians out of thousands of dollars and inflicts significant harm on them.”

Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing deserves to be vigorously sued, please, right into a modern century. Go on and drag them to court by their pant loops. Litigate them to dust. Thanks.

As for you — clear out a forehead-sized spot on your solid desk. And then read one of JONAH’s testimonials from a ‘wife,’ if you can:

Now I’ll let you into a little secret…..I am not the type to suffer in silence! So, as I kept trying to work out what the problem was, I involved David in my quandary: “Dave, why don’t you like to get intimate?” “Dave, why don’t you try doing this?” “No, not like that!”…how about this?”………I just didn’t get it! And apparently, neither did he!

Eventually, he couldn’t take my constant (and yes, in hindsight incredibly insensitive) hounding. Things obviously weren’t going according to plan. I’m not exactly sure what the plan was. I do know that he had been advised to get married and everything would work out for the best! . . Well, approximately 8 weeks after we were wed, David told me that he’s gay.

. . and after throwing all their money away first on hypnotherapy and then sessions at JONAH, the problem was ‘solved.’ Or ‘paralyzed,’ with plenty of pain and confusion. How tragic.

Now on behalf of JONAH, American Thinker explains how sex really works:

The witch hunt against “ex-gay therapy” must be explained with some context. First, it makes sense to speak in terms of “ex-gays” only if you begin with the false assumption that bisexuality does not exist.

The wha?

Every respectable therapist I know acknowledges that sexuality exists on a spectrum, and people develop attractions to different kinds of people under different circumstances. Think of how few jokes we’d have about prison if it were impossible for people to redirect their sexual desire to a new object based on context.

Like when Bubba the Psycho suddenly falls in love with you in the shower. And then everybody, even the Aryan Brotherhood, tiptoes out so the two of you can honeymoon. That’s homosexuality.


Turn out the lights: Thomas Kinkade dead

The cynical artist with facile hands and a powerful lust for business, Thomas Kinkade, has died. He was 54.

The controversial Christian and jillionaire will not be missed. It’s a sorry shame he didn’t die a day sooner. He was a gifted man who seduced and repulsed the world with his portraits of incandescent treacle. He trademarked himself “Thomas Kinkade, Painter of Light.” He may have mass-produced and sold as many as ten million paintings. Here’s one:

Though he may have rivaled only Andy Warhol for success in the business of art, he was neither satisfied nor respected. He was angry at critics and frequently drunk.

[Kinkade’s Media Arts Group executive John] Dandois also said of Kinkade, “Thom would be fine, he would be drinking, and then all of a sudden, you couldn’t tell where the boundary was, and then he became very incoherent, and he would start cursing and doing a lot of weird stuff like touching himself.” On 11 June 2010, Kinkade was arrested in Carmel, California on suspicion of driving while under the influence of alcohol.

He thought Pablo Picasso was lame. Kinkade believed himself to be great because he outsold everyone else, as if that were important. Creating factories to produce his ‘paintings’ wasn’t relevant, but you’re welcome to admire that too. His art was licensed to the likes of Wal-Mart and Hallmark for calendars, puzzles, CDs, greeting and gift cards. Have some more:

His arrogance extended to creating entire Thomas Kinkade towns. In 2002, Salon‘s Janelle Brown visited “The Village at Hiddenbrooke, A Thomas Kinkade Painter of Light™ Community.”

Kinkade has parlayed his fame into an entire country-cottage industry of Kinkade-licensed products, as seen on QVC — home furnishings, La-Z-Boy chairs and sofas, wallpaper, linens, china, stationery sets, Hallmark greeting cards and so on . . The Village at Hiddenbrooke bills itself as the culmination of Kinkade’s vision: an actual manifestation of the quaint cottages, charming gazebos and inspiring landscapes in his artwork.

Except that it isn’t. What you find in the rolling hills behind Vallejo is the exact opposite of the Kinkadeian ideal. Instead of quaint cottages, there’s generic tract housing; instead of lush landscapes, concrete patios; instead of a cozy village, there’s a bland collection of homes with nothing — not a church, not a cafe, not even a town square — to draw them together.

Your first glimpse of Hiddenbrooke features four enormous satellite dishes and a radio tower, nestled in a green valley next to an oblivious troop of grazing cows from the adjacent farm. The second thing you see upon arrival in Hiddenbrooke is an endless stretch of the community’s semi-identical greige tract homes, squeezed in close.

Hiddenbrooke is still around. Many of his hundreds of exclusive galleries are not. While it may have cost franchisees $100,000 or more to buy into the Kinkade trade, they labored to make the sort of money they were promised. They frequently encountered competition from a seemingly unscrupulous business competitor: Thomas Kinkade.

Kinkade’s company, Media Arts Group Inc., has been accused of unfair dealings with owners of Thomas Kinkade Signature Gallery franchises. In 2006, an arbitration board awarded Karen Hazlewood and Jeffrey Spinello $860,000 in damages and $1.2 million in fees and expenses due to Kinkade’s company “[failing] to disclose material information” that would have discouraged them from investing in the gallery. The award was later increased to $2.8 million with interest and legal fees. The plaintiffs and other former gallery owners have also leveled accusations of being pressured to open additional galleries that were not financially viable, being forced to take on expensive, unsalable inventory, and being undercut by discount outlets whose prices they were not allowed to match.

The unfortunates felt victimized not only for the loss of income, but for a kind of spiritual betrayal.

Former gallery dealers also charged that Kinkade uses Christianity as a tool to take advantage of people. “They really knew how to bait the hook,” said one ex-dealer who spoke on condition of anonymity. “They certainly used the Christian hook.” One former dealer’s lawyer stated “Most of my clients got involved with Kinkade because it was presented as a religious opportunity. Being defrauded is awful enough, but doing it in the name of God is really despicable.” On June 2, 2010, Pacific Metro, the artist’s production company, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, one day after defaulting on a $1 million court imposed payment to the aforementioned Karen Hazlewood and Jeffrey Spinello. A $500,000 payment had previously been disbursed.

One more:

A.S. Hamrah, writing in The Baffler, detailed the impact his life would have on others:

“Kinkade is a living testament to how the triumph of kitsch values has repercussions in the marketplace, outside the world of taste.”

Thomas Kinkade, dead at 54. Bury him deep.


International cracker ring infiltrates the Obama Cartel

Sporting the latest Kellogg’s decoder rings and continental old ballcaps, the Mark Fuhrmans of the worldwide whack keep an eye on the Obama campaign. Pajamas Media provides the morning coffee, beehive hairdos and a friendly ‘hey fellas’ before they start in on breakfast table recon and counter-jihad.

Most days, they don’t manage to capture or kill the President. But yesterday looked to be different. It held enormous promise because they planned to berserk his internet website. Specifically, they aimed to drive Obambi’s servers raving mad by donating to his campaign. If this sounded like a strange strategy, then it was.

Nonetheless, that’s how the rebels got the President on the run. While handling donations for the incumbent, by way of torture or mind-control techniques, a weak slice computer admitted to one agent that he didn’t need his three-digit thingie to use a credit card. The counterintel crackers wangled that this number was called “AVS,” or the Address Verification System.

What is it? What does it do? Don’t ask them, they haven’t a clue. But without it, anything could happen. The nefarious one probably disabled AVS so that Al Qaeda could fund your suicide. Also, so that you could enter “I. P. N. Urlatte” on the donation page. Either way, this is not a story: the Address Verification System only verifies addresses. What a pity. And how could they have known?

Nonetheless: look. Operative Yee Yee HiGH! managed to take out Obama’s South Strategic Operations by donating as “Adolph Hitler.” Who the hell is that? No one knows. Though, if I ever played ‘History’ correctly, it was Adolf, with the Evil, across the World and Elsewhere. For all his subtle faults, he knew his own name.

Guerrilla Kee-Yong DrOOLING! disabled the Obama Command and Control Center by donating as “Zeituni Onyango.” Who? Quote: “You know who that is, that’s Obama’s illegal aunt.” She lives at “887 Public Teet Rd.” Hey, what’s wrong with “tit”? Very easy, no fourth letter in sight. This money has got to be taking a toll on the enemy.

Foward Agent CHI CHI CHI CHI! looks to finish the thing. Will the Obama campaign take a donation from “Nidal Hasan?” Who lists his employer as “Allah the Merciful”? Allah! Or what, is that rich? CHI/Nidal presses enter and . . it’s over! The President’s been destroyed. He’s taken the operation’s money just too many times. Greetings President Santorum and see you back in America, soon to be heaven-on-Earth . .

“The Obama campaign has chosen to disable the standard credit card verification system that’s used almost universally, worldwide. This invites the opportunity for massive fraud, and for going outside standard campaign finance laws. So, why would they do it?”

Being a fraud would entail obtaining something through deceit. Say, for instance, buying a Ferrari by impersonating Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. If you just hand someone your money, you’re being either generous or stupid.


Yer Wisconsin White Trash Tea Party Weekend

. . nycgirlupstate writes: “howzabout something like: ‘Didja hear the one about the Republican/Tea Party freaks running an honest election? No? Neither have I . .’

Conservatives Plot to Burn, Shred, and Sabotage Scott Walker Recall Effort
Andy Kroll | Mother Jones

A group of self-identified conservatives say they plan to sabotage the effort to recall Wisconsin GOP Gov. Scott Walker, which begins on Tuesday, by burning and shredding recall petitions they’ve collected and misleading Wisconsinites about the recall process . .

They say they’re petitioning people, enlisting hundreds of signatures, and then shredding the paperwork. And they’re bragging about it on Blurbook.

Politiscoop covers the story:

Tea Party Plans Premeditated Felony
Paul I. Tascoupe | Nov 11 2011

Madison — The kick off campaign to recall embattled governor Scott Walker kicks off in just four days and with that date approaching, the tea party has plans of its own. Politiscoop has received several screen shots of tea party and right wing activists planning to pass themselves off as those circulating petitions to recall the governor.

They dug into the Facebook links and such, and they came up with this photo of an auto repair guy who’s’ a fan of the recall target, Scott Walker (skinny):

Dude, perhaps ‘Matt Wynn,’ could be the fool who’s bragging about committing felonies just to embarrass hippies:

Yeah, slashing tires? Illegal. Gathering signatures? NOT illegal.

My petitions say “Should we recall Scott Walker on them.” The morons signing them do not even know what a real one looks like.

If it’s real, it’s a major crime. I can tell you that ‘Charles Atlas Shrugging’ appears to exist. This is a note from the Spartanburg Tea Party website:


This Alvin Greene is a breath of fresh air! Heavens! How the liberal racists treat him!

Aren’t Republicans generous with black Democratic politicians? Aren’t they sympathetic and understanding of their travails? Why, lordy, yes they are! Can’t you just sense their fairly vibrating in psychic harmony with those future leaders of . .

obama racist pic

. . OOPS! Nothing to see here:

June 14, 2010 12:15 P.M.
The Beauty of Alvin Greene
Jim Geraghty | National Review Online
‘His fairy-tale mystery victory is refreshing, because it subversively suggests that everything we think we know about campaigning is wrong.’

How the heck did Alvin Greene, an unemployed veteran who lives with his parents and who had no discernable [sic] campaign activity, not only win the South Carolina Democratic Senate primary, but win by a wide margin? . .

It’s called “election fraud”. You can look that up in the “Encyclopedia of Ducks.” It’s a comprehensive source, divided into three parts: looks, quacks and waddles.

Still, an FEC investigation of what, precisely? Does anyone actually want to stake his reputation on an accusation of a vast conspiracy to commit ballot fraud, for the sole purpose of getting Alvin Greene instead of Vic Rawl on the ballot against Jim DeMint? Are we really supposed to think that a South Carolina GOP incumbent, elected with 54 percent of the vote in 2004, who has raised $6 million and is running in a good year for Republicans, was quaking in his boots at the thought of taking on a former circuit-court judge who came out of retirement to be elected to the Charleston County Council?

Well, that settles it. Of course, this sort of crap happens in South Carolina all the time, but, if there’s no point in even running a Democrat, if it’s just a stupid pantomime, then we can all pack up and go home now. First, though, a minuscule bit of whimsy: it’s a big, fat crime. Right, nothing to see here.

Bee-tee-double-yoo, I tried to look up “Jim Geraghty With His Tongue In His Cheek” in the duck book, but I couldn’t find it, so I’m left to assume he’s just dumb.

Of course, “Al Green” is the name of a famous gospel and soul singer. Beyond that, the candidate probably was helped by the fact that he had an exceptionally common name, and thus many voters might mistake the name on the ballot for some other “Al Green” they know.

. . and now I’m bereft of assumptions. Thanks, Jim.

How many guys in South Carolina are known to friends, neighbors, associates, and acquaintances as “Al Green” or “Al Greene”? According to public phone records, there are at least six residents named “Al Green,” five named “Albert Green,” three named “Alvin Green,” and four named “Alan Green.” How many voters saw the name and thought, “Oh, I know him?”

OH YEAH. Alvin-next-door, the guy who used to sit on his couch and watch TV with his hand down his pants, eating pork rinds and farting so loudly it shook our blinds. Of course! Looks like he got around to running for the United States Senate! Good for him.


No doubt: What we just saw in the South Carolina Democratic Senate primary was right-wing election fraud

Stop calling it weird. Or mysterious. Stop calling it a surprise.

Sen. Nominee Was Kicked Out of Army, Has Felony Charge Pending
MANNING, S.C., June 9, 2010

Alvin Greene, the surprise South Carolina Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, was kicked out of the Army last year and is facing a pending felony charge, according to court records obtained by ABC News.

Greene, who has yet to enter a plea or be indicted, was arrested in alvin_greeneNovember and charged with “disseminating, procuring or promoting obscenity” in Richland County, S.C., and faces up to five years in prison if convicted.

The U.S. Senate candidate was captured on video surveillance Nov. 4 trying to show “obscene photographs from a website” to a female victim on the University of South Carolina campus and go to her room without her consent, according to the affidavit . .

Greene has been unemployed and living in his rural hometown 60 miles south of Columbia. He doesn’t own a cell phone and there is no computer in his house . .

Greene shocked South Carolina Democrats Tuesday when he won a commanding victory over four-term state lawmaker Vic Rawl in the primary without the help of a war chest of campaign cash or an orchestrated effort to win voters across the state. In fact, there is little evidence that he campaigned at all.

There’s a good reason for that. He didn’t do any campaigning.

So stop calling Greene’s landslide victory in the S.C. Dem Senate primary anything other than what it was: massive right-wing election fraud. They found the perfect stooge to cheat into the Democratic spot so that the ultra-conservative Jim DeMint would win. And HERE WE ARE . .

. . and barring something righting the wrong, like finding out who pulled it off and prosecuting them or Greene’s stepping down (which the pawn has refused to do), the Senate election in South Carolina will be a laugher.

Because nobody is going to vote for this howling dog. And I am putting it lightly: this (below, sadly) is the confused mutt the Democrats supposedly nominated, by the thousands, to become a member of perhaps the most powerful political body on the planet:

Contrast Greene’s senatorial “campaign” with those of California’s Republican gubernatorial candidates in the primary that also got settled on Tuesday. Meg Whitman and Steve Poizner spent more than $90,000,000 on their race. Poizner put in at least $24,000,000 and lost. Alvin Greene put in . . $2,000. And won huge. Errh, ‘ching’?

Well, let’s chat: if no one would dare vote for this loser in November, how did he end up as the nominee? Why did they vote for him on Tuesday? They didn’t.

South Carolina’s electronic voting machines merely said they did. The fraud was and is so obvious that there’s little drama attached to the whole thing, actually. Someone programmed the machines to choose this naked donkey, so — voila — the Democrats get unemployed molester Alvin Greene to back in November.

Greene’s far-favored opponent in the primary race, state legislator and professional politician Vic Rawl, and his campaign people have plenty of evidence of the crime.

First of all, understand that Alvin Greene did NO campaigning, none. He showed up on filing day with a personal check for the hefty fee ($10,400), was told he had to file with a committee check, ran out and came back with a counter check with “Alvin Greene for US Senate” handwritten on the top. Then alvin-greene alsohe utterly disappeared. No website, didn’t show up at any events (including a big one in his hometown), no signs, no nothing. I was tracking him, just in case, because of general paranoia, but never had any reports of activity.

Ridiculous, comical evidence. The most glaring came in comparing the absentee ballots with the election-day ballots. The key: absentee ballots were not counted by the hacked ES&S machines:

In Lancaster County, Rawl won absentee ballots over Greene by a staggering 84 percent to 16 percent margin; but Greene easily led among Election Day voters by 17 percentage points.

In Spartanburg County, Ludwig said there are 25 precincts in which Greene received more votes than were actually cast and 50 other precincts where votes appeared to be missing from the final count.

“In only two of 88 precincts, do the number of votes Greene got plus the number we got equal the total cast,” Ludwig said.

Greene also racked up a 75 percent or greater margin in one-seventh of all precincts statewide, a mark that Ludwig notes is even difficult for an incumbent to reach.

A man who is completely unknown to anybody, who got kicked out of the Army, who has a lurid felony hanging over his head, who mysteriously enters a federal Senate campaign, but then collects or spends no money, and never actually campaigns, never posts a website or Facebook or Twitter account, never surfaces to trash or lessen or debate his opponent, he — slack-faced Alvin Greene — routs the South Carolina Senate primary?


Business and morality are the same thing.

Wingnut cesspool Townhall.com:

Killer Competition
by Rich Tucker

Do private companies want to kill their customers?

It seems like a goofy question. Clearly, if a company killed its customers, there’d be nobody to buy its products and it’d go out of business. But many liberals don’t see it that way . .

Companies don’t kill people, it’s market suicide.


No surprise: Tea Party popular with business flacks, money-grubbers

No wonder it’s taking over the Republican Party, it’s populated with the same narcissists. Glory seekers, political opportunists, greed merchants and the like. Welcome to ‘reform’, right-wing style:

Majority Of Tea Party Group’s Spending Went To GOP Firm That Created It
Zachary Roth | December 28, 2009, 6:15PM

tea party cap2The political action committee behind the Tea Party Express (TPE) — which already has been slammed as inauthentic and corporate-controlled by rival factions in the Tea Party movement — directed almost two thirds of its spending during a recent reporting period back to the Republican consulting firm that created the PAC in the first place.

Our Country Deserves Better (OCDB) spent around $1.33 million from July through November, according to FEC filings examined by TPMmuckraker. Of that sum, a total of $857,122 went to Sacramento-based GOP political consulting firm Russo, Marsh, and Associates, or people associated with it…

…one expert on political action committees told TPMmuckraker it was unusual for a PAC to direct so much spending back to the entity that created it. And the spending details raised hackles among members of the Tea Party Patriots, a rival faction of conservative activists who have denounced TPE as a creature of Republican political professionals that lacks grassroots authenticity. In an email to a Patriots group that was obtained by TPMmuckaker, one TPPer who had examined the filings asked, “What would the true grassroots people think if they knew their money is being spent in this manner?”


Party Foul! Tea Partiers Eat Their Own In Bitter Internal Feud
Zachary Roth | November 12, 2009, 5:08PM

tea party cap…”How much money does TPP have? How much did we make in DC? Where are the financial statements? Do board members get paid and if so who? Who signs the checks? Where does our money go?”

Merits echoed that theme. “Why are the financial records not public knowledge?” he asked. “Show me the money!”

Eventually a Tea Party Patriots loyalist couldn’t take it anymore. “Why are you intentionally trying to destroy this movement??” he demanded.

Charges of lax book-keeping — and worse — appear to be breaking out across the Tea Party movement. In a separate email written Wednesday and obtained by TPMmuckraker, Matt Perdue, the president of a San Antonio Tea Party group, ripped into the group’s treasurer, her husband, and their supporters for conducting a “mass redirection campaign,” apparently to line their own pockets using Tea Party donations.

“Where has all this money gone?” asks Perdue. “If there is nothing wrong going on, why has there not been one single piece of paper produced to back up why people got checks, some for $3,000, $7,400+, $4,000, $10,400+??? Where is the documentation? Why isn’t the cash deposited like it should be? Why did it take more than two weeks to deposit cash from the meetings?”…

Some TPPers expressed concern that the acrimony could damage the movement if exposed. “Daily Kos and other left wing interest groups are going to love running with this story,” wrote one.

Merits appeared to share that concern. “This will go public if we let it drag on long enough and if you don’t think this will have a chilling effect on all Tea Party movements raising funds you are living in a world of fairy dust and gingerbread houses,” he wrote. “Read my previous emails. If this goes on long enough, we all go down – NOT just TPP and TPE – ALL OF US.”

Thanks to Zachary Roth and TPMMuckraker.


Now that you Conservative sleuths have exposed all our liberal conspiracies, what can I do but confess?

I take off my beret to you, Conservative Columbos. I wish I could say it was all a misunderstanding on your part, it was just your indulging a fitful imagination, you and your ‘crazy talk.’ I would have loved to pull out an old chestnut like that one, but, look, you’ve just got us beat.

It’s time that we did what we never, ever do–tell the truth. And that is this: you have us cold. Yes, we did it. We were trying to damage you. We were trying to embarrass you. We were trying to knock down your nation, the United States of America. And, in so doing, we were hiding the shocking truths about our sordid political ambitions and lives from getting out into the world where horrified Americans would recoil at our hanging around, asses stuffed with balloons of heroin, wallets spilling over with kiddie porn and all. But you found us out, and you exposed us, and you put a stop to our best-laid plans to tear this nation apart. We, after poring over the broken pieces, would be assembling Iranian centrifuges with the remains right about now.

But first, there was the “Stop The Charlie Brown Christmas Special and its Christian Wholesomeness” project. As you know, Charles Schulz’s animated transformation of The Living Bible is a ringing endorsement of the Republican Party, so we figured we’d do something about it.

And we did: we contacted the White House to coordinate an attack on its airing. The President himself decided that he’d schedule a needless speech, at some place like West Point, addressing some odd thing like the War in Afghanistan, opposite the cartoon special in order to get the networks to pre-empt it, blacking the Conservative sermon out.

Yeah, but didn’t you see through that quickly? Republican stalwart and not-at-all-ironically named Mayor of Arlington, Tennessee, Russell Wiseman, called it immediately.

“Ok, so, this is total crap, we sit the kids down to watch ‘The Charlie Brown Christmas Special’ and our muslim president is there, what a load…..try to convince me that wasn’t done on purpose. Ask the man if he believes that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and he will give you a 10 minute disertation about it….w…hen the answer should simply be ‘yes’….”

DAMN YOU, Wiseman, you’re a pest. You Jesus protecting Sonuvabitch. We’d only begun to explore the possibility of staggering the speech’s TV broadcasts across time zones in order to block Charlie Brown nationwide, instead of only on the eastern seaboard. We thought we’d just start by annoying the Peanuts faithful in Tennessee, but Russell was too smart for that. We’ll remember this, buddy.

“…you obama people need to move to a muslim country…oh wait, that’s America….pitiful.”

charlie-brown-christmasAAAUUGH–Wiseman again, throwing darts right between our eyes. Yes, we’ve turned your America into a filthy Muslim coven, now, for the love of Saddam, stop mentioning it.

That was bad enough, but then you all figured out this one, too: we have been bastardizing Google. We’ve had our filthy Lucy-diddling fingers all over the innernets’ most famous search engine.

We just couldn’t stand the way you’ve been knocking down our pet projects, one by one, by getting our secrets out on the web. Your writers, pols, and, especially, your bloggers have been frankly too intuitive and too quick for us to handle.

So we knew we had to corrupt the Googly. We called up the proprietors, whoever the hell they are, and told them that searches for popular right-wing terms had to get jerked around from now on. And they said “Well, we are a pioneering internet company, thus, we enjoy the butt sex. Done!”

But only minutes after our “TripleX/Gomorrah/QueryBang 1.0” program launched, the whole scheme got exposed:

“…So it took an anonymous tipster to set me off on a brewing bit of fraud going in in the Google search service: They are ham-handedly altering the suggested search terms in order to promote a coverup of ‘Climategate.’…

But Google wants us to believe nobody is searching for Climategate despite it being such a big story, but I have evidence that it’s merely a coverup for political purposes.

My evidence is in the behavior of the feature itself. Watch what happens if you type in Climatega, nearly typing in the entire word Climategate:


Well that’s odd. Nobody’s searching for climategate at all. But wait: It’s not showing me words that start with Climatega. Rather, it’s showing me words that start with Climategua. Seems like a bug, right? Like those letters got pointed to the wrong place, almost.

Let’s back it up a letter and type in Climateg…

…still no climategate. Let’s back up another letter:


Well what do we have here? Climate gate scandal. (more…)


Republican leaders are crazy like a stupid fox stealing chickens from a retarded henhouse

How many steps are involved in eventually casting a vote that counts in an election?

There are a few:
1. You must become eligible.
2. You must register.
3. Your eligibility has to be verified.
4. The state must put you on the voter roll.
5. You have to show up to vote.
6. Election officials have to verify your valid voter identity.
7. You have to cast a valid vote.
8. Your vote has to get counted.

Republicans’ satanic Wizards/Nazis, ACORN, are involved with step two. And now, some crazy…

Poll: Majority Of Republicans Think Obama Didn’t Actually Win 2008 Election — ACORN Stole It!

The new national poll from Public Policy Polling (D) has an astonishing number about paranoia among the GOP base: Republicans do not think President Obama actually won the 2008 election — instead, ACORN stole it.

…The poll asked this question: “Do you think that Barack Obama legitimately won the Presidential election last year, or do you think that ACORN stole it for him?” The overall top-line is legitimately won 62%, ACORN stole it 26%.

Among Republicans, however, only 27% say Obama actually won the race, with 52% — an outright majority — saying that ACORN stole it, and 21% are undecided.

Among McCain voters, the breakdown is 31%-49%-20%. By comparison, independents weigh in at 72%-18%-10%, and Democrats are 86%-9%-4%…

Call them idiots, but they’ve got a huge chunk of the electorate believing the whopping lie. This is how you inspire a nation to vote Republican in the midst of brutal, Republican-caused misery.


Hopeless political victim Sarah Palin is running out of children to beat her enemies with

Liberal Alaska blog pioneer Celtic Diva has been tracking the dense Governor’s goings-on and has been particularly curious about her ‘palling around’ with loonies. Unfortunately, as with many things in Alaska, the governmental norms stink to hell: it’ll cost our intrepid friend thousands of dollars for the authorities to release the records. So Diva has been holding a fundraiser.

And as part of that, she managed to create a couple of graphics that’d tickle your web funnybone, one of which was this:

..a picture of Palin with her youngest, but with the face of a rancid right-wing radio crony photoshopped in. Really funny.

Palin, of course, made a meal of it:

“Recently we learned of a malicious desecration of a photo of the Governor and baby Trig that has become an iconic representation of a mother’s love for a special needs child,” Palin spokeswoman Meghan Stapelton said in a statement provided to CNN. “The mere idea of someone doctoring the photo of a special needs baby is appalling.”

…’desecration‘, incidentally, is defined as: blasphemous behavior; the act of depriving something of its sacred character; “desecration of the Holy Sabbath”.

Stapelton also suggested President Obama should speak out against such behavior from liberal activists.

“Babies and children are off limits,” She said. “It is past time to restore decency in politics and real tolerance for all Americans. The Obama Administration sets the moral compass for its party. We ask that special needs children be loved, respected and accepted and that this type of degeneracy be condemned.”

Sarah Palin thinks that photos of her children are sacred religious objects. Like the stuff inside those ancient Italian reliquaries, or pieces of Noah’s Ark, like that.

Puzzling that she wasn’t upset last week when a fan of hers uploaded this popular image:

Hard to be consistent when your anger is manufactured on the spot.