Greenwald defends Sarah Palin

Martin Bashir recently called for taking a dump in Sarah Palin’s mouth. He has since apologized for his nasty and vile comments. No matter what your opinion on Palin’s politics, talking about taking a dump in her mouth is really a despicable thing to say.  Glenn Greenwald defended Palin, and Charles notices.

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I don’t get what the big deal is over Greenwald not liking the attacks on Palin? Charles probably thinks this is some proof for his whacky conspiracy.

Charles then claims that the Right is obsessed with Martin Bashir’s comments on Palin because it was fascinates them.

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This man is deranged.

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69 Comments on “Greenwald defends Sarah Palin”

  1. rightymouse says:

    Charles is disgusting. What Bashir said was appalling. And yes, Charles, it was deliberate.

    • gizbot7 says:

      I don’t know (or care to really) anything about Greenwald, but on this one it’s Team Greenwald all the way. Chunky can suck it as usual. It’s a moot point, but imagine had a right-winger/perceived-to-be/labeled by the media a right winger said anything close to this about any Democrat female. It’s a War on Woman I tells ya!!!!

      • rightymouse says:

        Am with ya. I can only imagine the howling if a Rep said anything like this about a female lib. Even Cher got into disgusting liberal trash on twitter. Hurray for feminism!!

      • gizbot7 says:

        She’s so classy! 🙄 Thankfully, I stopped paying attention to Cher when she stopped looking human. Just sayin’. 👿

      • rightymouse says:

        You mean when Cher spoke after a surgery and her mouth/face didn’t move?

      • Doppel milyo says:

        one can disagree with Greenwald’s politics ( and I for the most part do since he is a raving moonbat) but I can respect Greenwald because he is consistent, and he has core beliefs unlike this pig Icarus that will disagree with reality just because he doesn’t like the person advocating on the side of reality.

        Charles is the internet version of a circus geek, and a male prostitute : his ass is for sale and he is always going for the cheap gag to drum up attention

      • rightymouse says:

        ^^Updingies^^

  2. Because 1-800-MILYO says:

    Of course it was an accident. I go around all the time accidentally saying that people should crap in Obama’s mouth. Doesn’t everybody?

  3. Juan Epstein says:

    Says the man who tried to pass off the “queef” of Palins “Tweefs” as an elevator f@rt.

  4. Because 1-800-MILYO says:

  5. Doppel 1 cheek sneak says:

    I would like to take a crap on Charles

    *with apologies to my feces for depositing them in such squalor. they do deserve better

  6. Octopus says:

    Bashir and Fatass are both intrigued by the concept, and should pleasure each other in the manner described.

  7. Octopus says:

    http://thoughtcatalog.com/michael-koh/2013/11/16-people-on-things-they-couldnt-believe-about-america-until-they-moved-here/#HEUc8Gl03V5QOhEr.01

    Interesting piece. I notice they always come back to the giant servings of food, and comments about our obesity. Well, that’s how we roll.

    • Abu penis penis penis lol says:

      My grandparents and older uncles and aunts were raised in poverty. Not like Ireland but poor. Citizens of the U.S. raised our standard of living only to have commie/proggies bitch and undermine it about it for the last 85 years. God how I hate Illinois Nazis.

  8. Octopus says:

    Yay! Obamacare is fixeded!

    • Doppel milyo says:

      People giving a shit: Icarus
      People not giving a shit: everybody else

    • Because 1-800-MILYO says:

      Yeah, shooting up SQL is really bad for your healthcare.

    • Minnow says:

      yeah, and soon you’ll be able to make your mouse pointer customized on the Healthcare.gov website…. Why – you can EVEN make it look like a penis if you want! Or, you can make it look like some small brown skinned guy shitting in some broad’s mouth!!

      Right Barry?

      Surf’s up Barry!!

      Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaahahahahahahahahhhhahaaahhahahahahaha

  9. Octopus says:

    But it’s in real time, you guys. Not space-time, or pretend-time. It’s happening right now. The squirrels are being injected, and removed from the site. This is a big fucking deal.

  10. Minnow says:

    Barry tries SO hard to be somebody… anybody of significance…. It is just downright funny to watch a desperate douchebag be so desperate.

    whoooo… SQL…. whoooo… how important!! He knows EVERYTHING…. whooo…

    • dwells38 says:

      Wow. Sounds like a supreme waste of time. Or an excuse to not get a real job.

      Performativity is an interdisciplinary term often used to name the capacity of speech and gestures to act or consummate an action, or to construct and perform an identity.

      Performativity is the process by which semiotic expression (in language or a symbol system) produces results or real consequences in extra-semiotic reality, including the result of constructing reality itself. In the frequently cited Butlerian vein of performativity, gestures and speech acts do not express an interior identity; they perform that very identity and even its assumed quality of interiority.[1] In this way, Performativity reverses the idea that an identity is the source of more secondary actions (speech, gestures). Instead, it inquires into the construction of identities as they are caused by performative actions, behaviors, and gestures. However, these acts are not performed by lone individuals. Rather, the production of cultural signification for bodies (e.g. gender) relies upon and is enforced by discursive power and so they are always already situated within larger social contexts.

      Performativity problematizes notions of intention and agency; it complicates the constitution of gender and subjects.

      • Octopus says:

        Whenever I read that kind of deconstructed doublespeak, I get the warm urge to punch a puffed-up academic in the mouth. 🙄

      • dwells38 says:

        I know and when I read that last bit about how Perfomativity problematizes notions and intention and complicates the constitution of gender identity it reminds of that Bob Newhart skit “Stop it” therapy skit. Shouldn’t we avoid the problematization of things?

      • Because D'oh! says:

        What’s government to do if they can’t problematize things?

      • Octopus says:

        Classic Newhart. A variation on this theme, is Leary’s STFU therapy. Not recommended for use with wives and teenaged daughters, btw.

  11. Octopus says:

    That ol’ Benghazi Boogaloo, the nontroversy Chunky likes to scoff at, just resulted in a Navy Cross and a Distinguished Service Cross being awarded: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/nov/16/delta-force-marine-awarded-navy-cross-fight-cia-an/?page=all#pagebreak

  12. Frabby Stinclair says:

  13. dwells38 says:

    Good news, per Obungler 100 million people have enrolled in Obummercare! In over 57 states. Plus he’s proud of his Muslim faith.

    So Chunk I guess we can all look back on this and laugh. At Sarah Palin, that is.

    President Barack Obama told a conference-call audience of progressive volunteers on Monday evening that ‘more than 100 million Americans’ – in a nation of less than 314 million – have successfully signed up for health insurance via the Affordable Care Act.
    And at a time when his signature legislative initiative’s website has made the White House the butt of jokes, the website hosting the conference call was plagued with its own connection errors and other malfunctions.
    A weary-sounding Obama made his gaffe during the call, hosted by Organizing For Action, the nonprofit successor to his campaign organization Obama For America. The group claimed 200,000 people managed to listen, aided by an RSVP process that included a fundraising solicitation.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2509715/Obama-flubs-health-care-conference-community-organizers-More-100-million-Americans-successfully-enrolled.html#ixzz2l6Ip8blz

  14. Octopus says:

    I’m a big fan of the caffeine, but this new product makes me nervous:
    http://www.caffex.com/CaffeinAll_c_15.html

    • rightymouse says:

      I smell Donkey misery in 2014. 🙂

    • dwells38 says:

      Whatever. A useful idiot and their vote are soon parted. Obama got her vote and used her for an anecdote that turned out to be a lie due to government ineptitude. Next he’ll get a good chunk of her income redirected to someone more needy than this employed single working mother. Like a minimum wage worker single mom with no college or skills and 5 kids. Or a morbidly obese person who can’t work because they’re too sick with type II diabetes. Or a gang member who got shot in a robbery and is now permanently disabled. Or a smoker/lung cancer patient. Communism! Ain’t it great?

      • Because 1-800-MILYO says:

        One thing that’s interesting about this case is that Washington is one of the 14 states that set up its own exchange, and was being held up as an example of one of the ones that ‘work’. Not only was the WS site farked up in its own right, but because they needed to connect into the federal system, it couldn’t work even if it was perfect, because the interface to the federal system was farked up.

        It’s farks all the way down.

    • dwells38 says:

      Really amazes me that so many liberals think of the poor as little old ladies and people down on their luck. Much of the poor are comprised of seriously fucked up people with character issues, criminal issues, substance issues, homeless issues, authority issues, anger issues, all of the above….in addition to health issues. If you mind your business/job, pay your bills, have a car, and live in relative comfort, you aren’t getting a subsidy for gubmint health insurance. You’re going to be the one putting in more. And it looks like it’s going to nail the crap out of people who are just barely honestly like this woman. It’s going to make more sense for many to find someway to lose their income altogether. It’s really going to be awful.

  15. livefreeor die says:

    Charles,
    If you’re looking for people who are lying and manipulating people, why don’t you stop focusing on Greenwald and look to our very own POTUS?
    Nice trick with that unemployment data, huh?
    Very Nixonian.

  16. Because lolololol says:

  17. Octopus says:

    You know, I still think Zimmerman got in way too much trouble for defending his own life while trying to safeguard his neighborhood, but I’m beginning to think he might have a bit of a problem personality. How many times have you been arrested? Me, it was only the once, in high school when I skipped school and passed out drunk in the park that time. Dad was so proud! Nothing since, aside from a couple of speeding tickets.

    Zimmerman, though, gets arrested every other week. There’s always a gun involved. If I was him, I’d be more careful than a long-tailed cat in a rocking-chair factory, but he seems to be begging the police to lock him up. That’s the casual impression I’m getting, anyway.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/fla-officials-george-zimmerman-arrested-after-deputies-respond-to-disturbance-call-at-house/2013/11/18/cef1c59e-5082-11e3-9ee6-2580086d8254_story.html

    • Because Milyo says:

      White Hispanics are like that. You can’t trust them with guns.

    • dwells38 says:

      I’m not making excuses for him, but he has been under a bit of stress lately what with half the planet trying to lynch him, the high pressure trial and the disintigration of his marriage. But I’m with you, now might be the time to look into a nice little cabin up in northern Sasketchewan.

      • iSpeakJive says:

        I’m guessing he’s got PSTD at this point. I heard his angelic girlfriend lied about being pregnant ‘n shit.

  18. Because Teh Won? says:

  19. rightymouse says:

    OK, ladies. We’re supposed to calm down. 🙄

    http://washingtonexaminer.com/article/2539421