Charles wishes he was there!

Charles literally worships the ground the Obamas walk on. He posted of a picture showing Michelle Obama at the Great Wall of China.

Michelle Obama China

Charles Johnson wishes he was there with Michelle Obama and kissing the ground she walks on.

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104 Comments on “Charles wishes he was there!”

  1. Octopus says:

    *littoral (ly)

    Actually, if he worshipped them littorally they’d be walking on water, albeit close to shore, so their Secret Service men can keep them in sight.

    It’s also fitting that they’re posing on one of the greatest societal measures ever undertaken, which turned out to be a massive fail, as the barbarian hordes cruised right over and through it. The Obamas are all about massive waste in pursuit of chimerical fantasies, which they really see as tributes to themselves. So there, Fatass. 😆

  2. Octopus says:

    Note: the Great Wall Of China is NOT visible from space, contrary to legend. However, Mooch’s Great Ass can be easily seen.

  3. swamprat says:

    They look lie they’re having a great time.

    As an aside, this wall is a much larger version of the one in Israel; which was built for the same reason.

    • Octopus says:

      The one in Israel works, though.

      • Abu Left Hand Yellow says:

        Does the Great Wall of China make my butt look large?
        No. Your butt is large regardless.

        Meanwhile, back at the White House, Reggie and Barry are playing naked Twister, NTTAWWT.

  4. OLT's No, Really, Enjoy Yourselves says:

    My tax money looks really good there. Thanks for sharing the free digital picture with me so I could pretend to enjoy it.

    • OLT's No, Really, Enjoy Yourselves says:

      While you’re sharing, Obama royal family, could you send a picture of some of that Wednesday Kobe beef y’all used to buy with my tax money? I’m a wee bit peckish.

  5. OLT's No, Really, Enjoy Yourselves says:

    BTW, I’m still waiting for pictures of our (well, I paid for it) Spanish vacation. I’ve never been to Spain. But I kind of like the music. They say the ladies are insane there. Do they really know how to use it?

    I mean, I don’t know. I don’t have unfettered access to the resources of the Unites States for my own personal use.

    • d says:

      Well hey at least they are going to be promoting good old US freedoms and inalienable rights…..oh wait.

      Yeah I guess it is really just a mindless fun vacation on the taxpayer dime and putting yet another smiley face on a brutal totalitarian regime.

  6. Octopus says:

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/no-reporters-michelle-obamas-trip-china_785529.html?utm_medium=twitter&utm_source=twitterfeed

    No reporters were allowed on the trip, so that’s probably a professional photog on retainer, snapping that Kodiak moment. Because, grizzly. Careful not to rile Mama Bear!

  7. Octopus says:

    It all started with Pam and Robert Spencer going to the European Anti-Islamization Conference, after Pam straight-armed you into the coat-check room at the PJM dinner. From that night forward, you were looking for a way to get revenge. Instead, you got petard-hoist. 😆

    • LGFisputrid says:

      OK so what I read in that was why he stopped voting for the right. He never explains what made him change his views. Which is why I completely understood that he was just a douche.

      • PeteP says:

        My thoughts exactly. If he believed some on the right were racist and radical, he could have easily distanced himself from those people while still holding onto his views. Instead, he went well beyond that and flipped-flopped on everything he supposedly believed in. Maybe he was a fraud all along?

      • LGFisputrid says:

        Which is why douche seems an appropriate description. He really should write an article entitled “Why I betrayed my own belief system”.

        He was just so dishonest about it. I remember early on, he explained that his new tone regarding Obama was because he was president and the campaign was over. Fair enough but it was really just another outright lie.

    • d says:

      Once again with the pathetic little nonsense “j’erk-use”. Couldn’t even bother with a proper screed.

      Why I Farted a Haze in Tights – by Chunky Johsnon
      Um because the GOP went off the rails and jumped into the bushes. They’re all crazy and racist which is why I let them comment on my site for years. Oh wait I mean they used be really smart, which is how they brainwashed me into…Oh wait….THEY changed, I HAVEN’T at all. Except I WAS misled. Right into the bushes. Where I fell off my bike and scraped my knee. So….because.

  8. Octopus says:

    Obama’s weakness, waffling and Mom-jeans diplomacy aren’t the reason Putin felt all chesty and manly, and good to go on Crimea. Nope. It was Ed Snowden, and his pal Greenwald. They lost Ukraine.

    • iSpeakJive says:

      Yes, well, apparently, even if the NSA did know anything, they tend to forget to let the CIA in on it. We get blindsided on a regular basis by those tricksy revolutionaries and such like.

      • Octopus says:

        Not to mention, not long ago Chunky was scoffing at the “dread powers” of the NSA, as if they weren’t in a position to collect, process and interpret the millions of communications they conceivable collect each day. Of course, they could have stopped a resurgent Russia from snaffling up some low-hanging fruit, by sending them photocopies of their sekrit orders and what not, but now Snowden has gone and ruint everything. 😦

    • LGFisputrid says:

      If only greensnow hadn’t spilled the beans before Benghazi, and the MB takeover of Egypt and the Boston Bombers. Between Snowden and Bush what did you expect O to do?

      • Octopus says:

        I know! The Unicorn Messiah had his hands so full fixing the economy and his short game, he didn’t have time to handle anything else. Except for training and leading Seal Team Six, for the takedown of OBL. That he made time for. It’s all about time management, you know. And hopenchange.

    • Al-Cheezeera says:

      This one is Lewd-Pig Van Quixote light. His exchanges with people on Twitter are so abrasive.

  9. Octopus says:

    If only Walter Cronkite was still around, right? And Dan Rather? Damn, those guys brought the news.

  10. Bunk X says:

    OT but Oh Yeah.

  11. PeteP says:

    The Obama loyalist strikes again.

    The fact that the Obama’s are staying in $8000 a night hotels and spending millions on a lavish trip of questionable value to the American taxpayer doesn’t seem to bother him at all. Then again, I’m guessing Charles’s income is so low that he doesn’t pay any tax.

    • Juan Epstein says:

      Freeloading MIL

    • LGFisputrid says:

      Them Dems really like providing cover for the world’s worst. Like when Hillary hugged Shua when she started crying over Jews posing little babies. But at least they get to see the world and travel is a great way to get unraveled.

  12. Juan Epstein says:

    Remember when…..

    http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/03/23/Climate-Change-As-Certain-As-Auschwitz-claims-Guardian

    Global warming ‘deniers’ are as bad as ‘Holocaust deniers’ because climate change is as “as certain as Auschwitz”, a Guardian columnist, Nick Cohen, has claimed.

    Something something if you look up denial in the dictionary it doesnt only mean holocaust something something something

  13. Juan Epstein says:

    Why isn’t Grandma in the pics?

    • LGFisputrid says:

      She’s not very photogenic and she has no excuse to be there. It’s not like the kids need a babysitter.

    • Arachne says:

      If the words of the hotel clerks in China are to be believe, ol’ Grammie is a bitch on wheels, barking orders and being a general jerk, like she’s the effing head of state.

  14. Juan Epstein says:

    What’s the over/under on the “Aborted Babies Being Used to Heat Hospital in London” being labelled a “non-troversy?”

    • LGFiscrap says:

      Depends on the carbon footprint. Just disgusting really.

    • Octopus says:

      Wow. Jonathan Swift’s outrageous satirical piece, “A Modest Proposal,” has now become an institutional footnote in the modernized, Islamified UK.

  15. Octopus says:

    Another gem from Self-Awareness Central. 😆

    • d says:

      ” His antisemitism is readily apparent.—

      Instead of merely implied in your case Chunky, by your joining the Israel hating and Islamist apologizing leftwing moonbat brigade.

    • Al-Cheezeera says:

      We can always count on Gus to deliver us the hard news of the day while not noticing that Charles sits on his face on a daily basis.

  16. d says:

    Weee! Here we are having fun on the Great Wall with our team of government minders. See it’s all fun and smiles here. The Chinese aren’t living under brutal totalitarian oppression. They’re just different and LIKE it this way.

  17. Because Hunan Rice says:

    Arachne :
    If the words of the hotel clerks in China are to be believe, ol’ Grammie is a bitch on wheels, barking orders and being a general jerk, like she’s the effing head of state.

    We all know those Chinese are all a bunch of white supremacist racists. And so are their bots.

  18. Juan Epstein says:

    In case you were wondering why they needed to attack Silver as a
    Racist:

    http://www.nationaljournal.com/hotline-on-call/democrats-to-nate-silver-you-re-wrong-20140324

    • Because math is hard says:

      Statistics are racist. Just ask Steve McIntyre.

      • Because math is hard says:

        Which reminds me.

        I miss Ludwig. Remember the good old days on DoD when teh crazy flowed like the Amazon?

      • Octopus says:

        I, too, miss Lewd-Wank. I dream of someday hearing the clank of his rusty tin armor, as he charges back into the fray on his swaybacked donkey, wielding his bent lance of Truth.

        In other news, Nate Silver is just another gay-Jew-Librotarian, with racist feelings toward the Unicorn Messiah. Burn him! 😈

      • rightymouse says:

        I miss Lewdy too. The man was a laff riot. O_o

      • Because math is hard says:

        Yeah, if I didn’t know better, I’d almost think he was really some prankster like Bunk or somebody laying turds in Chuck’s mountain dew bowl for the giggles.

        But he was too unique. There is no lood but Lood.

    • LGFiscrap says:

      They were for the CBO report before they were against it too. At least they’re not Republicans or they’d be antiscience and racist Nazis.

      Their argument against Silver is really fucking funny too. See 4 years ago his models were wrong. Now, if I were smarter than they are I could point out that a good statistician takes those errors and makes appropriate changes to their calculations so that the models improve accuracy moving forward. But they gotta be right-because they’re so much more evolved than I am.

  19. JimboXL says:

    I don’t see how the average working American who isn’t an Obomber nazi or completely brain dead wouldn’t be upset at these distgusting vacation photos and the news of this trip.

    It is abuse, it’s a trip with no purpose other than for Michelle and the girls to have a great time all at our expense. Anybody putting it in a good light has no doubt said their 3 sieg heil’s to their framed Obomber poster today.

  20. d says:

    It’s like the pointless trip to Africa because um black er something. There’s nothing in Africa the US needs that can’t be done over the video link. But hey at $100 mil it was a steal!

  21. Because Goose is profound says:

    • d says:

      Gus thinks this makes him sound smart. Unfortunately the sentence makes no sense. I think what he meant is conspiracy theories (I’m guessing re: the Malaysian plane) evolve rapidly and out of control like viruses sometimes do. But I don’t see how they could be “like” viral evolution.

      Hey Gus, you’re welcome.

      • Octopus says:

        Garage Boy made a good try at a pithy statement there, but the loss of brain-cells over the years was a handicap he couldn’t quite overcome. Sterno is a cruel master.

    • Al-Cheezeera says:

      I have Twitter, therefore I am profound.

  22. Juan Epstein says:

    OH! What could’ve been!!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2587554/Did-somebody-doctor-photo-men-took-Flight-MH370-Fears-cover-amid-claims-pictures-passengers-set-legs.html

    Why did somebody doctor photo of men who took Flight MH370? Fears of a cover-up amid claims pictures show passengers with the same set of legs

    Right in their bread box.
    Right in their wheel house.

    Asleep and the wheel.

  23. LGFiscrap says:

    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/43207_Greenwald-_All_You_Uber-Nationalistic_Jingoistic_Devoted_Loyalist_Hypocrites_Are_Free_to_Disagree

    “Sure, you’re free to disagree, you uber-nationalistic jingoistic devoted loyalist hypocrite shill for the national security state!”

    Maybe Charles is trying to be some kind of lack of self awareness comedy writer?

    • Octopus says:

      Maybe Charles is trying to be some kind of lack of self awareness comedy writer?

      That would certainly make sense, more sense than anything he posts on his blog or tweets about all day, ICYMI. Unfortunately, the man has NO sense of humor, and certainly isn’t up to the task of a “long-con” like this would have to be.

      Nope, he’s just a dumb bootlicker, trying to follow his Media Matters waddling-orders every day. To a smaller and smaller audience, the stats say. It’s really sad, but still mockworthy, because he’s such a lying, backstabbing chunk of ordure.

  24. Apollodorus V says:

    I just can’t even.

    • dezes157 says:

      BWAHAHAHA….HAHAHAHA! I may need an oxygen tank here

    • trebob says:

      No, you need the whole stupid comment:

      66 jamjam
      3/24/2014 11:49:20 am PDT
      16
      down
      up
      report
      re: #31 wrenchwench

      Thanks. I posted, I think, one post during the 2012 election, but maybe I took it down or something. It was during the debates.

      I’ve been lurking here for a good few years now though 🙂 Such an excellent site. This place is like a mirage come to life…you know, walking through the dry desert of the political blogosphere, you do see the occaissional town, but the number of nutters is usually between 1/4 and 1/2 that of the reasonable folk (too high a number for me). So they are ‘towns divided’.

      Then if you go down to the elephant graveyard (right wing political blogs), it is purely nutcases, angry loners and a few Ron Paul supporters. If you follow them home, you’ll end up lost in a Koresh-ian ranch, Waco style, where the fire never goes out.

      If you are lucky, you see a shimmering lake, cool waters, palm trees, lush vegetation. Cool heads and calm discussions abound. It is a mirage, surely? Many of the other parts of the desert looked that way, until I looked closer.

      But no, it is not a mirage, it is something special, an outpost of rational, even, considered, thoughtful conversation. It is the best place in the blogosphere for reading politics, and pretty good for reading other stuff too.

      LOL! It must be a sock from someone here.

      • Al-Cheezeera says:

        LMAO. Such excellent writing.

        I’ve been lurking around reading this blog for a very long time. I so do love its robust content!!! 😉

        I was traversing the scorching desert of the left wing blogosphere, where 1/2 of the posters are cray cray. Suddenly and unexpectedly, I came upon a vision. A lush oasis! Cool water, fresh air, and copious amounts of anti-Ron Paul posts.

        And definitely no crazy people at LGF. No sirree Bob. Just unrestrained hate of gay Jews, like Glenn Greenwald and his many accomplices all over the world.

        It’s the happy middle ground of the left-wing blogosphere that visionaries like Charles Foster Johnson boldly created! He gives me the hard facts and the balanced opinions that make me more knowledgeable! It really is something special! 🙂

      • trebob says:

        “occaissional” Charles made this same spelling error on a post in 2009. Think he’s astroturfing his own blog? Goodness knows no one else would promote it.

      • ChenZhen says:

        Wow, even with all that, it the comment only managed 16 updings. I guess we’re to assume that’s pretty much all that’s left.

      • ChenZhen says:

        109Charles JohnsonMon, Mar 24, 2014 12:11:23pm11downupreport

        re: #66 jamjam

        Thanks so much for the words of support. It took quite a bit of determined work to reach this spot, and I’m glad to hear that it’s paying off.

        Yes I suppose banning/blocking 16,000+ user accounts could be a lot of work.

      • Voltaire's Crack says:

        TFK?

      • Because says:

        olo

    • Al-Cheezeera says:

      I don’t know whether to laugh or vomit at this. Maybe both.

    • rightymouse says:

      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      Oh. My. Lawd.
      He’s serious. O_o
      HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • LGFisputrid says:

      Jamjam says give Charles $80 or just enjoy the mail order brides.

      Does jamjam have a blog where we can see what else he endorses?

    • KGB says:

      An outpost? Hey Chawuz, remember when it was a go-to site in the blogosphere, mentioned by Drudge, Rush, and others? I’m sure you’re quite content that you pissed that all away, right? Being an outpost is so much more intellectually satisfying, no?

      • d says:

        Hey it was well worth it to now have the kudos of the highly esteemed and internationally reknowned jamjam!

  25. trebob says:

    ChenZhen :
    Wow, even with all that, it the comment only managed 16 updings. I guess we’re to assume that’s pretty much all that’s left.

    Damn, missed that, great catch. You can get more updings just pointing out Kilgore has shit for brains.

  26. O my jamjam

    268jamjam3/24/2014 3:09:35 pm PDT17downupreport

    re: #109 Charles Johnson

    Thanks so much for the words of support. It took quite a bit of determined work to reach this spot, and I’m glad to hear that it’s paying off.

    No worries Charles, and yep, I can only imagine the amount if work it must have taken to get here.

    I do know a bit if the history of LGF though, and I think the history helps explain why it is such a great site. The way it seems to me, as a reader, is that you have been honest and open with your views, and that when those views changed, when your perspective shifted, you were able to explain clearly and cogently why. I remember reading your post on why you changed your views re: global warming, with great admiration, and I had the same feeling when I read the well known ‘why I parted ways with the right’. You did not hide your changes, or minimise them: you did the opposite, you posted them for all to read.

    How many other political blogs, let alone authors, would do that? I can’t think of one, on any side of politics, particularly not one with so much to lose. I might be wrong, but I think that LGF could have increased its traffic and readership far beyond any of the current conservative weblogs, if Charles had chosen to ignore the craziness and hypocrisy of the right from early in Obama’s term to now. Consolidating this mass of readers would have probably made Charles handsome profits and given him a platform to which conservatives would have listened. I imagine politicians would have wanted to post guest posts, or at least to get access to the readership to use as donors. So it is mot far fetched to think that Charles could have gained significant material benefits, had he ignored his conscience, and ignored the increasingly disturbing behaviour of the right.

    But instead, he used the platform to challenge his readers and conservatives worldwide. He showed them that they were doing the same as the far left had done to Bush, ie personal vilification by drawing comparisons to Hitler. He pointed out the racism, the hatred and the ignominy if all this. And to do that was to risk a very great deal.

    Not often do people put their work, their money, or their capital on the line for what’s right. Particularly not in politics, and particularly not on blogs. If I had a blog with thousands of readers, would I risk losing the traffic, to voice my conscience? I don’t know. But Charles did.

    Anytime someone puts something on the line, for what is right, it is a rare enough event that I think it should be commended. I wish I could buy into the Snowden story, but when I hear about how he planned to get the job just to steal the data, it turns the story from “naive young American is changed by the truth of his job, decides to blow the whistle on the NSA to ensure the US lives up to its ideals”, to, “young libertarian with dislike for Obama, possibly in collusion with cynical anti-government ex-lawyer, studies how to best steal NSA secrets, gets job with NSA under false pretences, cons colleagues to get their passwords, steals data, gives or sells it to governments who will benefit from seeing US humiliated, then goes to live in the country whose foreign policy amounts to, ‘what would Stalin do?’”

    So the fearless intrepid Snowden is, when you read the facts, a guy who has helped Putin. The same Putin who helps the genocidal Sudanese government and their Janjawid militias who burn children alive in Darfur. Who protects Assad as he drops bombs on his own towns and cities. Who annexes parts of sovereign nations when those nations do things he does not like.

    Charles, when you read the facts, is a guy who put an important piece of his life’s work, LGF, at risk, in order to tell people the truth. It is too bad those people didn’t want to hear the truth. But LGF survived, and in its current incarnation, how could it ever be anything except a place where the truth gets told?

    That is, from my perspective, what makes LGF the best blog on the net. Just like every country has a founding story, that shapes it today, so does LGF. I never see dogma here, or rigid thinking. It is a stalwart against dishonesty and unscrupulousness, on all sides.

    I live in Australia, about as far from the US and the Snowden controversy as possible. But even here, the overriding opinion of Snowden is of a whistleblower. Because the newspapers never tell the full story. Neither did I read it at any of the left wing blogs, right wing blogs, or any newspaper, online, or television outlet. Only when I read LGF did I read the truth, the full story. Snowden is no Ellsberg. He is no different to the guy portrayed in The Falcon and the Snowman, who sold government secrets to Russia during the 80s. That guy charged in cash, and admitted he broke the law. We don’t know what price Snowden asked, nor what his payment was. That is a secret.

    So as a reader, the way I see LGF is a very unique, very important site, a product of its history and its readers, all of whom are likeminded in at least one sense: the truth is more important to them, than a good yarn.

    Where else can you get such spirited discussion, marked by unfailing good natured politeness and respect? Where people will have intense conversations for two threads, then a post later, be talking on local sports, traffic, or the weather, like old friends – which they probably are. Where posters ask about the absence of others, with legitimate concern and empathy? Where, as I was shown today, the posters all welcome a new contributor, even before he has said anything.

    With these hallmarks of community, respect, and topical analysis, LGF is like a giant drawing room, or smoking room, as close as I have seen to an actual online community. For me, as a younger man watching Cosmos with Carl Sagan, I remember being taken by his description of Johannes Kepler, the astronomer and mathematician, who believed strongly that celestial orbits had a divinely ordered geometry, with planetary orbits being spherical, and ultimately explainable or measurable using different combinations of platonic solids. But experimental data proved him wrong: planets orbited the sun in elliptical geometries, with no way for platonic solids to predict or describe the mathematics of orbit.

    “When he found that his long cherished beliefs did not agree with the most precise observations,” said Carl Sagan of Kepler, “he accepted the uncomfortable facts. He preferred the hard truth to his dearest illusions.”

    Such commitment to accuracy and truth is always admirable to behold, especially in contemporary politics where it is almost unknown. But that is why LGF is important to me. Nowhere else has that commitment. Not a single site.

    (I should say there are trade weblogs, for drug discovery, pharmacology and medicinal chemistry, but they offer little room for political discussion and feel inappropriate for such anyway. The same probably goes for all Lizards, who have their trade or hobby, whether it is engineering or birdwatching or computer programming, or anything else….while sites exist for those trades and hobbies, they are not as broad in scope as LGF, and might not have room for politics.)

    So thanks, Charles, for going through what you did, and exemplifying a real person of conviction. I am astute enough to know one when I see one. Thanks to the lizards, too, for perpetuating that openness and true independence, while maintaining dignity, respect and the emotional ‘high ground’.

    I have tried to think of other sites that do what LGF does,and I think it is alone. Countless, fruitless Google searches have led to nothing, but in fact the real centre of the political web, moderate, independent and lucid, is here.

    Really, who else does what LGF does? Who does what Charles does? Who has this history, and who has this type of analysis, without any trolls, partisans of any extreme, cynics, and fomenters of hate?

    Let alone the advanced frontend interface, which was web 2.0 before web 2.0 was even a thing! This place is one I am so happy to have found and followed, and I am looking forward to using that interface, and to getting to know my way around.

    There is an old quote by John Maynard Keynes, “when my information changes, I alter my conclusions. What do you do, sir?” I like it: it is apt for science and for LGF.

    It didn’t work for Mitt Romney though, because he tried to replace ‘conclusions’ with ‘convictions’, every time the wind changed. He may still be trying.

    Forgive the length of my post, actually I had a shorter one on this topic but the computer crashed. I wrote this to cover old ground, but covered some new ground too. Thanks again for the welcomes, and for now, I will lurk, comfortably, and try to work (uncomfortably)!

    I don’t think cj’s ever been so thoroughly fellated. He’s probably smoking a cig right now:

    • LGFisputrid says:

      I felt very uncomfortable reading that.

      • Octopus says:

        It’s totally in-house, as in Chunky’s own house. Either he or his brother Michael wrote that awful torrent of glurge. Nobody else gives a shit, and his 11 remaining minions have trouble putting one sentence after another, let alone a two-page thesis on Fatass’s wonderfulness. 😆

        FAIL

    • Because says:

      Stanky?

    • Abu I'll Pass says:

      I .Just. Can’t. Even.

    • iSpeakJive says:

      It’s such a mind-blowingly excellent site that he just made, after lurking for YEARS, his first comments TODAY?
      I think CJ might be talking to himself here.

    • Juan Epstein says:

      Author?

    • dezes157 says:

      WOW! that is a rim job to make icewaeasel blush!

    • Bunk X says:

      “SucksucksucksuckBREATHsucksucksucksucksuck…”
      That’s how it was explained to me by professionals.

    • d says:

      Jeezus H Christ does he ever shut up? He’s obviously got some problems.

    • Arachne says:

      II don’t know if you’re Gus, if you’re Killgore or if you’re a former booted lizard who wants to get back in. But I notice that nowhere in this long-winded ass-kissing do you name a SINGLE thing that the smear merchant does that supposedly makes his blog such a shining star in a night of common websites, He hasn’t EVER broken a story – ever! He did not break Rathergate and appropriated the work of others in the Fauxtography story. He flat-out LIED about the Israeli flotilla story. He gets stories wrong, he misrepresents headlines and flat out distorts comments as if he has some special insight. The only special insight he has is that he’s fully memorized the ingredients of the Cheetos package.

      So BRAVE was he, in how he changed his mind? Oh please – he doesn’t have the courage of any convictions. He changed because he panicked when the MSM ran a headline saying the Republican party and Conservatism was OVER. Except, well, it wasn’t. And he didn’t even say he changed his mind – he blamed being duped by the evil right wingers. Duped. Yeah, okay.

      Meanwhile – I think you need to get your ass on America’s Got Talent (or Australia’s Got Talent since you claim to come from there). Because I do marvel at your ability to type such a long screed with your head so firmly up someone’s ass.

  27. Achilles says:

    Can someone, ANYONE tell me WHY Oderus Urungus is dead?

  28. Apollodorus V says:

    Abu Ding Coupon :

    Excellent. More herd mentality to help sooth what liberalism does to the soul. Plus the cheap bastards would have to really commit to a ding, lol.

    Coincidentally, Charles was also talking about herd mentality earlier today.

    If true, then why did you disable 16000+ LGF accounts and, more than once, sing the praises of your Twitter apps blocking features. Methinks you are a liar.

  29. livefreeor die says:

    It took “jamjam” quite a while to write that post-that’s not an off the top of your head response. So either Chuck wrote it or someone in the swamp or wanting to return to the swamp wrote it. The way it goes on feels like Luddy.
    A third possibility is that a former lizard wrote it as a goof. Walter, is this your work? Cato?

  30. livefreeor die says:

    By the way, Chuck,
    China is so wonderful that it’s unlikely two girls born to the same family would survive their first post-natal day let alone make it to the age of the Obama girls. Maybe Moochelle should have considered that before glorifying her time with her daughters there.

  31. PeteP says:

    LGFisputrid :
    Which is why douche seems an appropriate description. He really should write an article entitled “Why I betrayed my own belief system”.
    He was just so dishonest about it. I remember early on, he explained that his new tone regarding Obama was because he was president and the campaign was over. Fair enough but it was really just another outright lie.

    Yep because once the campaign is over it means the president should be immune from criticism and we should all worship him.