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Just because you call yourself ‘Ace’

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Great fucking moments in golldern blogging, Ace of Spades edition. SUCK IT LIBTARDS:

As Predicted: National Media Only Picks Up Filner Story After Democratic Party Officially Asks for His Resignation
by Ace Of Spades | 25 Jul 2013 | Breibart.com

Mind you, this story has been big for about two weeks. But they refused to cover it earlier– doing so might have cast the party fighting the War on Women in a bad light. Might have made them look like, I don’t know, hypocrites maybe? Opportunists? Soulless cogs in a corporate machine selling Marxism and misery?

So, I called the shot:

Home run, maaan. Callin’ it, broooo.

Write it down: Ace of Spades predicts liberal media silence on Filner until something something the Democratic Party. Thursday July 25th, 5:55 p.m. Wait, woah – what’s that?

Less than three hours later THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BROKE THE EMBARGO. Because the DEMOCRATIC PARTY SOMETHING SOMETHING. Cue Jim Carrey.

YES.

Ha Ha. And just to rub Ace’s gorilla-balls properly, because you can’t just leave that to assumptions, something important like that – a fusillade of FUCK YOU fired at his berserker enemies, us, who are goddamn stoopid – you go and check the AP and . .

. . you find out they were covering it all along. Starting weeks before. In fact, TIME magazine, which is a country-wide media entity, and is available to Americans in all 50 states, which passes for a damn fine test of the conception of “national,” posted this little thing days before Ace even thought to begin to maybe perhaps point his cock at The Upper Left Bleachers regarding The Home Run (and what an obvious baseball fan, huh?):

So it’s obvious just how miserable, Marxist, misogynist, soulless, single-dimensional, brazen and stupid we are because damn, oops, and how does this internet work again? Whereas he is, above all, cuddlebug, the Ace of Spades.

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Men were made for war

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Some brave blogging over at The Right Scoop. If there’s a “Christian Conservative” prize for courage, there’s no more deserving bunch. Example 1:

A new police photo of George Zimmerman shows a bloody nose as he appears to be sitting in a police car shortly after the attack. In the minds of many I’m sure this will substantiate Zimmerman’s claims of self defense as his nose is clearly swollen and bloodied and it didn’t get that way on its own . .


Example 2:

If you wanna see below the blur you are more than welcome too, but as you can probably tell one features two women kissing and the other features two men kissing. Honestly it’s disgusting to me, especially the latter. Click at your own risk


And if Rip Taylor shows up in the comments, they’ll bleach the server.

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Sons getting breast-fed a motherhood disgrace

attack of the wuss

This is something:

What it is, I don’t know. Is this good or bad for the country? I don’t know. Maybe it will create a strain of krav maga super-soldiers. Would that be good for the country? I don’t know.

I do know that I remember being four years old. I wouldn’t want to remember that. No offense. And that’s my entire take on this, whatever it is.

The brainiac super-sailors over at American Thinker had more to say about it.

May 11, 2012
Time Magazine’s motherhood cover is a disgrace.
Keith Riler

Time Magazine’s motherhood cover is a disgrace.

It looks nothing like the real and loving act of a mother nursing her baby and is thus vulgar.

For the right-wing, reality is always about appearances. For the rest of us, the image is too much reality. Compared to their Eisenhower reference three-by-fives, it might as well be Martian. They probably felt the same way about an Arab war until the Iraqi insurgency kicked in and Americans began getting torn to pieces. Then they remembered World War II and were immensely relieved. Whew, thank god . .

The child is oddly and uncomfortably too old and large and both parties are coldly depicted without any trapping of nursing, suggesting pornography.

Heh, that’s actually true. But porn, we shall say, has crowded my particular reality.

And, of course, the composition glorifies single motherhood.

Are You Mom Enough, Buddy?

It is anti-family, anti-child, a disgrace and a sixties cliché for “liberation.” It is also a perfect snapshot of Barak Obama’s way “Forward” for the country.

Front and center, maggots! Standard issue tatas in your mouths and we staaaarrrrt marrrchiiinggg . . hep-two-three-lick hep-two-three-sip.

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Dying journalism: Time conducts an e-mail interview with “Sarah Palin,” concocts a cover feature

2012 campaign, damn twitter, I'm not a strong swimmer, media, palin ha-ha

Thought I was done for the day, then this caught my eye. There went my jaw:

Time conducts cover story Sarah Palin “interview” over e-mail
The newsweekly has her on the cover, but has no way of knowing whether she actually answered their questions
By Alex Pareene | FRIDAY, DEC 10, 2010 | Salon.com

. . Exclusive! Palin sits down with Time for an interview! An e-mail interview, I mean. Which is generally how you get a quick statement, not how you put together a cover story. (Even when you’re writing about a real celebrity, from movies and stuff, you are generally expected to, at the very least, hear their voice at the other end of a phone.)

A Sarah Palin cover interview by e-mail? Don’t they know she pays someone to compose her Facebook posts? If Miss Wasilla could abort the embarrassing English language, she would. She’s got others potshotting behind her digital wall because she can’t handle a gun in public.

Time Magazine likely knows but doesn’t care. So they could be pathetic, but they’re more likely conspiring with a politician to bullshit the whole nation. They’re not just apple polishing — they’re Palin polishing. Those are today’s Walter Cronkites for you.

How is anyone supposed to know who’s holding up “Sarah’s” end of the interview? No one can. But we can try: we might be able to rule out Palin. Here are some bits of Sarah Palin anti-matter emanating from a Facebook page allegedly her own:

Twenty years ago, the ultimate symbol of the division between freedom and tyranny was torn down. The Berlin Wall was constructed for one purpose: to prevent the escape of East Germans to the freedom of the West. The Wall’s cold, gray façade was a stark reminder of the economic and political way of life across the Soviet Union’s sphere of influence in Eastern Europe.


And now, the spontaneous flesh-and-blood Palin on Twitter:


Facebook again, on the Fed’s ‘Quantitative Easing’:

. . the same cannot be said of his claim that the Fed’s experiment in pump priming would automatically lead to increased economic growth. By the time this experiment is over, QE will make us queasy.

Will driving the dollar down in this way do anything to boost U.S. exports? The short answer is not really. A weaker dollar will temporarily boost exports by making our goods cheaper to sell; but inevitably other countries will respond in kind, triggering the kind of currency wars economists are warning us about. It’s precisely to prevent this scenario that World Bank President Robert Zoellick recently came out in favor of some new type of gold standard or “international reference point.”


And then Twitter:


Not much comparison. So what was the “Sarah Palin” interview with Time like? Here are a couple of “her” e-mails they built into the big interview:

And Palin, naturally, wisely and consistently, is coy about the answer. “I would run because the country is more important than my ease, though I’m not necessarily living a life of ease . . ”

Obamacare’s repeal, she adds, “would help to cut future deficits. It would also send a strong signal to America’s workers and employers that government is back on their side and is no longer seeking to impose its one-size-fits-all ‘solutions’ from above.” Palin says she would “also look for entitlement reform, as well as a systemwide audit of government spending with a goal to move us toward zero-based budgeting practices and, ultimately, a balanced budget.”

“My positions are not at all controversial. The majority of Americans agree with me across the board on the issues. I think it’s a personal thing that probably stems from media demonization of me and mischaracterization of what I stand for . . “


If that’s Sarah Palin, it’s only with plenty of help. No, neither Time nor Conservatives need be concerned. But when the current President stands in front of thousands of people and reads his own words off a teleprompter, he’s some sort of joke.

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Roll up for the Julian Assange Psycho-Circus Maximus

crime, dang, whacko, wow

If you like theater, if you love spectacle, then you love Julian Assange. Well, not him, actually, he’s a secretive sort. You love the reaction to Assange.

We are witnessing a rare thing right now. We are seeing a large chunk of the planet vomit their wide-ranging inner narratives upon the movie screen known as ‘Julian Assange.’ The paranoids are scared of him, the fascists will execute him, the rebels take up his fight, the governments must legislate him, and the demagogues are violently split.

And some of the liberal women of socialist Sweden find him interesting. Well, until he won’t wear a condom, and then he’s some sort of criminal, but then he’s not, and then he is again, and then the world’s biggest extradition case is underway.

At least that’s what it looks like today — the truth of the story will be forthcoming. It’s condoms for now — Assange is being extradited for sex crimes related to condom usage with 2 women while in Sweden.

The pair went out for dinner together at a nearby restaurant. Afterwards they returned to her flat and had sex. What is not disputed by either of them is that a condom broke — an event which, as we shall see, would later take on great significance.

At the time, however, the pair continued to be friendly enough the next day, a Saturday, with “Sarah” even throwing a party for him at her home in the evening.

And with “Jessica”:

The attraction was mutual. After lunch, the pair went to the cinema to see a film called Deep Sea. “Jessica’s” account suggests that [sic] were ‘intimate’ and then went to a park where Assange told her she was ‘attractive’ . .

So it was that on the Monday, “Jessica” called Assange and they arranged to get together in Stockholm . . and after they arrived at her apartment they had sex. According to her testimony to police, Assange wore a condom. The following morning they made love again. This time he used no protection.

“Jessica” reportedly said later that she was upset that he had refused when she asked him to wear a condom.

. . and then . .

“Jessica” was worried she could have caught a sexual disease, or even be pregnant: and this is where the story takes an intriguing turn. She then decided to phone “Sarah” — whom she had met at the seminar, and with whom Assange had been staying — and apparently confided to her that she’d had unprotected sex with him.

At that point, “Sarah” said that she, too, had slept with him . .

They went together to a Stockholm police station where they said they were seeking advice on how to proceed with a complaint by “Jessica” against Assange.

. . and then . .


. . there he goes in a London armored police truck, media in tow. This is a whacky, cat-brained world, and Julian Assange has become a giant ball of catnip. Glenn Beck is sure the guy’s being set up, an unwitting victim in a massive conspiracy:

Think of this — if the guy is legitimately hit by a truck walking down the street, he was drunk and he drank it himself, what percentage of the planet is going to believe that that was an accident? I mean, what are the odds of all of that happening? . .

Read the stories. Everyone is questioning the establishment. It’s bottom-up. We haven’t scratched the surface on this story. This is like hour one of season in “24.” This is the beginning of the time that I told you would come, where you wouldn’t know who to believe or what to believe. You had to be strong inside yourself first.

. . and now the hacktivists come to his rescue:

The website of MasterCard has been hacked and partially paralysed in apparent revenge for the international credit card’s decision to cease taking donations to WikiLeaks.

A group of online activists calling themselves Anonymous appear to have orchestrated a DDOS (“distributed denial of service”) attack on the site, bringing its service at www.mastercard.com to a halt for many users.

“While we don’t have much of an affiliation with WikiLeaks, we fight for the same reasons,” the statement explains. “We want transparency and we counter censorship. The attempts to silence WikiLeaks are long strides closer to a world where we can not say what we think and are unable to express our opinions and ideas.”


. . and then, in Naples, we are reminded Julian was the fourth Magus:


. . and he’s currently leading Time’s online polling for ‘Person of the Year.’

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Ted Nugent writes Time Magazine’s ’100 issue’ profile on Sarah Palin

*holes, media, mind bagel

Well, where to start with the jokes? My brain is reeling, I’m not sure where to begin. It’s like a snipe hunt, and they’re crawling all over our shoes.

. . Ted Nugent writes Time Magazine’s profile on Sarah Palin . .

Amazing. Well, the jokes have long since started of their own accord, haven’t they? Time magazine has been awful for as long as I remember, but ted nugent and womenTed Nugent? Ted ‘dumb as a bag of oil’ Nugent? Ted ‘Hey Hillary you might wanna ride one of my machine guns into the sunset you worthless bitch’ Nugent? Ted ‘Barbara Boxer she might wanna suck on my machine gun’ Nugent? Ted ‘Dianne Feinstein ride one of these you worthless whore’ Nugent? What, Time Magazine couldn’t find anyone more repugnant than Nugent to offer an opinion on a well-known woman?

The mainstream media continue to embrace their inner populist thug for the purposes of sales and ratings, Rush Limbaugh wins again. Back when I was a kid, when my Dad used to get Time Magazine by subscription, I can’t imagine they’d have asked Paul Stanley to write about Betty Ford. Or . . well . . Ted Nugent to write anything ever. They’d have more likely joked that the ‘Motor City Madman’ was an unlikely candidate for literacy.

The world has changed, and what qualifies for mainstream ‘discourse’ no longer does so by minimal standards of intelligence or civility. It is mainstream because it is the main stream: if attracts the most eyes and ears, and that is all. So if you’re a lucky, well-paid main-streamer, it means that you can bring the heat. No different than porn, really, you can get the ‘clicks’.

Here, three attention whores conspire together to spunky-charm their way into your hearts, like the worms that rot your typical mangy mutt to death from the inside:

* Leaders

Sarah Palin
By Ted Nugent
Thursday, Apr. 29, 2010

sarah, for tedIf Sarah Palin played a loud, grinding instrument, she would be in my band. The independent patriotic spirit, attitude and soul of our forefathers are alive and well in Sarah. In the way she lives, what she says and how she dedicates herself to make America better in these interesting times, she represents the good, while exposing the bad and ugly. She embraces the critical duty of we the people by participating in this glorious experiment in self-government. The tsunami of support proves that Sarah, 46, represents what many Americans know to be common and sensible. Her rugged individualism, self-reliance and a herculean work ethic resonate now more than ever in a country spinning away from these basics that made the U.S.A. the last best place. We who are driven to be assets to our families, communities and our beloved country connect with the principles that Sarah Palin embodies. We know that bureaucrats and, even more, Fedzilla, are not the solution; they are the problem. I’d be proud to share a moose-barbecue campfire with the Palin family anytime, so long as I can shoot the moose.

Nugent is an author, activist and rock-’n'-roll legend




ADD: Of course, it turns out that Sarah Palin has written the Time Magazine ‘Leader’ profile for . . Glenn Beck.

Who’d have thought a history buff with a quirky sense of humor and a chalkboard could make for such riveting television? Glenn’s like the high school government teacher so many wish they’d had, charting and connecting ideas with chalk-dusted fingers — kicking it old school — instead of becoming just another talking-heads show host . .


. . imagine, say, 20,000 Glenn Becks unleashed on unsuspecting high school History classes across America; we’d never again be able to agree on anything that ever happened five minutes ago.

Like I said, our ‘mainstream media’ thing is nothing more than a proud and public circle jerk. Next up: Glenn Beck does Tea Party maestro Dick Armey, and then he introduces Ted Nugent, cue Elton John. And then the San Diego Chicken profiles Joe the Camel. See? Don’t pretend you don’t know who they are . .

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