Alouette shows her compassion.

Alouette loves to act like a righteous person, but in reality she’s a nasty old hag who insults minimum wage workers.

Minimum Age asshole

Alouette is a jerk.

[And yeah, she has her very own Big  Ol’ Honkin’ Category. –Briareus]


124 Comments on “Alouette shows her compassion.”

  1. Because says:

    No, Navin Johnson is a jerk. Alouette is a ********.

  2. Because water closet tweets? says:

    • Octopus says:

      She probably dropped a big one in there, and there’s bad water coming out from under the door, with guests arriving. Help!

    • DudeBro says:

      Can we send Gussy over to Iraq? He can tell us how wonderful the jihadists are while they burn him to death.

  3. Octopus says:

    Meanwhile, Chunky and Garage Boy haven’t worked in years, and Lidane is pounding the pancakes looking for a job. Does Alouette work? I mean, at anything besides being a rabid bitch?

  4. windbag says:

    You mean to tell me that poor people make bad financial decisions?

  5. Octopus says:

    This one’s for Gus:

    Quoth the Raven, “Nevermore.” But he was back at it the very next day, drinking himself flightless. Sad case.

    • Because says:

      A neighbor evicted a drunk bum (this guy would put Gus to shame; have a can of Olde English in his hand at 9 am) from her basement last month. You should have seen the bags and bags of beer cans, vodka bottles, everything but wine that came out of that place. Literally truckloads.

      No money for rent, but that booze must have added up to thousands.

      • Octopus says:

        That reminds me of the time I helped a down-on-his-luck pal move out of his apartment, from which he’d been evicted for not paying his rent. A large closet next to the front door was completely full of empty beer cans and bottles, in bags, cartons and just loose. We filled up his car, including the back seat and trunk, and took them in for the refunds. This was before they had machines to count them up, so we had two clerks working on them for about half an hour. I forget how much money he got back, but he bought a 12-pack on the way out.

        Yeah, he’s dead now. He died of lung cancer from the cigs, before the cirrhosis could take him out.

      • Because says:

        And a ton of butts, too. Several hundred bucks worth, at least.

        But no money for rent.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Nothing worse than a blackbird on the skids.

  6. Octopus says:

    This. 😆

    Us old guys are into food porn, I guess. The internet is for porn.

    • Octopus says:

      I think you could get nearly the same enjoyment out of the lo-cal version, with only one doughnut sliced in half for the bun, and one hefty cheeseburger inside. You’d be a sissy, but you’d be able to button your pants.

  7. Because Onesies says:

  8. Octopus says:

    That’s news to Chunky and Gus, about the hooliganism? You boys don’t get out much, do ya? 😆

    I hate soccer, and don’t really care what the US team does in the World Cup (unless they win, which would be a MUCH bigger Miracle than the hockey one in ’80). I watched tonight’s match with Ghana out of curiousity, and I was ready to punch a Ghanian by the middle of the second half. Stupid up-and-down dance! 😡

  9. kbdabear says:

    Bike Boy is spamming his old 9th grade essay about his breakup with The Right again. The one that made Peter Collier quip “not exactly Whitaker Chambers, is he”

    Anyone who would have considered giving him a guest column drops the idea after reading “etc, etc, etc, etc, etc” bullet points

    • Octopus says:

      If he had any brains, he’d just let that embarrassing load of piffle rest in obscurity. But, he never would have written it in the first place, if he wasn’t off his rocker. Go ahead on, Chunky. 😆

  10. Octopus says:

    Somebody tweet this link to the two shut-ins, so they can learn something about the world:

  11. kbdabear says:

    Wow, Mr Integrity is “being honest” because he put “ex-wingnut” on his Twitter header. From the man with a 12 year old picture as his avatar and thousands of memory holed posts from 2003-2007

  12. Juan Epstein says:

    I never knew how cool wars could be until Obama started them.

    • Arachne says:

      If that were a tweet, it would get favorited and retweeted by me. Now I’m having to repress a great urge to pull a Charles Johnson and steal it.

  13. Juan Epstein says:

    And I called the sudden soccer fan spasm.

    As a serious soccer fan, I’m surprised he doesn’t know about nazi hooliganism and insane racism in European soccer, especially in Spain.

    You know. Spain. Where they had to suspend the law that every black person must be stopped and checked by the cops while MO was there.

  14. Juan Epstein says:

    And I wonder if this will lead to another “British Phase” at the swamp.

    You remember. When everyone was jumping over themselves trying to out do each other in use British slang and shite.

    Watch the Panorama on Chelsea. You’ll find nazis there than under your bed.

    • Octopus says:

      Juan, as a soccer fan, how do you feel about Team USA? Are they a joke, as one pundit called them? I have to admit, they seemed to be getting outplayed most of the game tonight. but they scored twice and won somehow.

      Also, who are you rooting for in this thing?

  15. Octopus says:

    …and 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and into 2009. Then came Enlightenment, at the feet of the Unicorn Messiah.

    • funny thing is, I took a peek and didn’t see much for “grumbling” when you search @green_footballs mentions.

      He’s just trying to preempt us again.

    • Octopus says:

      Paranoia strikes deep.

      • Bunk X says:

        Paranoia strikes deep;
        Into your futon he’ll creep;
        Starts with a blog over there –
        The man comes widda ponytail hair (enyagotta)
        Stop! Lizards, what’s that sound?
        Ebbabodda look what goin’ down, gotta
        Stop! Hey, look around;
        Ebbabodda pees upon the ground…
        [Jazzy Magical Ponytail Improv Jam]

      • Octopus says:

        “Ebbabodda gone, now.”
        –exclamation by tambourine player P-LOL, during Jazzy’s face-melter solo

  16. dwells38 says:

    Obungle’s new paid liar gives a more “detailed” response which consists of

    When pressed that emails are stored on servers and not hard drives, Earnest gave a more detailed response, including attacking Republicans in Congress.
    “I think it’s entirely reasonable because it’s the truth and it’s a fact,” Earnest said. “And speculation otherwise I think is indicative of conspiracies that are propagated in a way that left people with a disinformation about exactly what occurred.”
    Earnest said the IRS provided 67,000 emails to and from Lerner to congressional committees. He said this included emails during the period of time that the IRS said the crash included.
    “So a good-faith effort has been made by the IRS to cooperate with congressional oversight,” Earnest continued. “The far-fetched skepticism expressed by some Republican members of Congress is not at all surprising and not particularly believable.”

  17. dwells38 says:

    Obungle’s new paid liar gives a more “detailed” response which consists of

    When pressed that emails are stored on servers and not hard drives, Earnest gave a more detailed response, including attacking Republicans in Congress.
    “I think it’s entirely reasonable because it’s the truth and it’s a fact,” Earnest said. “And speculation otherwise I think is indicative of conspiracies that are propagated in a way that left people with a disinformation about exactly what occurred.”
    Earnest said the IRS provided 67,000 emails to and from Lerner to congressional committees. He said this included emails during the period of time that the IRS said the crash included.
    “So a good-faith effort has been made by the IRS to cooperate with congressional oversight,” Earnest continued. “The far-fetched skepticism expressed by some Republican members of Congress is not at all surprising and not particularly believable.”

    • Octopus says:

      Who taught that clown to use Doublespeak? He’s terrible at it! 😆

      See, the trick is to lie through your teeth in a convincing way, expressing the same sentiments he tried to express, only in a non-literal way. He just read the talking-points, without any flim-flam. Even the stupefied media can see through that shit.

  18. Octopus says:

    One of the Great Misleaders discusses the state of the world. Marvels at the accomplishments of the Unicorn Messiah.

  19. Pakimon says:

    TRANSLATION: Why aren’t you blocking and reporting, dammit?!?!

  20. Pakimon says:

    TRANSLATION: You have your orders!! Do as I command or feel the sting of my mighty ban stick!! It doesn’t matter that I have no administrative power on Twitter! I have a jazzy ponytail and that is enough!!

  21. Pakimon says:

    Does Gus still think ChenZen and Gus_807 are Daedalus?

  22. Pakimon says:

    Apparently he does. Sterno and cheap gin do bad things to the brain. Bad things… 😆

  23. Pakimon says:

    You’re supposed to REPORT as well! Poor Gus can’t get anything right. No wonder Chunkles is getting peevish. 😆

  24. Octopus says:

    I was just reading a story about how Googleglasses are not catching on, and it occurred to me that these would be perfect for Chunky Frickert. He could keep up with the Twitterwar while playing his online wargames, and during his waddles to the artisanal cheese store. He could have a constant eye on Greenwald, Hoft and the Media Matters headlines, during his hours in the bathroom, straining to move the cheese. Fapping? You betcha. No need to go into details.

    Here’s hoping the calendar and Chin-Dik™ sales pick up, so Chunky can begin his new life as a Glasshole.

  25. Octopus says:

    At some point today, some numbnuts will suggest that the deadly Nebraska tornadoes of yesterday were caused by Teh Warmening. And Fatass will retweet it.

    Pretty crazy, though:

  26. Octopus says:

    I love this one!

  27. Because I got a boner just reading that says:

    Now, THIS is what I call a letter from a lawyer.

    • rightymouse says:

      I had the equivalent of a boner. It was most excellent and so was the letter. 🙂

    • Arachne says:

      When you are notified of a lawsuit, the company IMMEDIATELY issues what is known as a “litigation/document hold” notification to all employees, advising them that NO papers, emails, or any form of writing, no matter what year, are to be destroyed or sent to offsite filing. This includes government agencies as well. I would like to see a copy of the IRS’s litigation document hold for both the TTV and Congressional requests for information. My guess is they immediately began combing through that information for incriminating emails.

      As someone pointed out, government systems are overseen by major storage firms. The IRS should be requested to produce the notification to their IT storage contractor advising of the crash of Lerner’s computer; they should also need to provide any and all notifications to their internal IT division advising of the crash.

      My computer crashes all the time. if I lose any emails at all, it is any that are being SENT TO me at the time my computer is not online – not anything I have sent.

  28. dwells38 says:

    But Chunky was very clear that a hard drive crash could destroy 2 years of emails backed up on a government server! He knows because he is teh expert at all things computery. Creashunist denier wingnut Christians don’t know anything about teh settled science of email storage.

    IRS Commissioner Testified in March Lois Lerner Emails Were Archived

    After the IRS told Congress Friday that it cannot find many of Lois Lerner’s emails prior to 2011 because of a computer crash that year, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) posted this video of IRS Commissioner John Koskinen testifying before the House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee in March of this year.

    While being grilled by Chaffetz about IRS procedures for emails, Koskinen said all 90,000 plus employee emails “get taken off and stored in servers”…

  29. HaikuMan says:

    How do the jobless
    The poor and the addicted
    Buy pro-O trickets?!

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Doesn’t Allouette run a tchotchke store? Is that somebody else. Guess she would know worthless trinkets.

  30. Because VW was started by Hitler says:

    • OLT's Ford Was An Old-Fashioned Progressive says:

      Fitting. Ol’ Henry Ford really hated him some Jews, too.

      Spied on his employee’s personal lives, had a private ‘police’ force.

      Sold ambulances to the Allies in WW1 at full market price, and bitched about it.

      Yep, a real hero of mine. Or not.

      • Because says:

        He also advised his good ol bud Adolf not to mess with the USA. Adolf listened to somebody else who said that the US was “negrified”.

        Big farking mistake, ‘Dolf. Shoulda listened to your buddy Hank.

  31. dwells38 says:

    Well, what a CoWinkyDink! Hard drives melting down all over the place, zapping emails.

    Seriously, this was by design. Translation: Obungle’s Progressive ran IRS – “Hey Congress, here’s my weenie. Why don’t you suck it?”

    Holder will do nothing.

  32. Because olo says:

  33. Because it's happy fun ball time again says:

    • ISpeakJive says:

      He’s so tortulanarian, tortugarian. He looka lika turtle.

    • Octopus says:

      Weiner weiner weiner lol!

      Every day is an accident for this effin’ guy, in the social mediasphere where gray underpants reign supreme.

      • Because says:

        Meanwhile, Huma is busy on the HRC campaign. No nooky for Weiner’s wiener.

      • Octopus says:

        I suspect Huma touches Weiner’s schlong about as much as Chunky touches an Exercycle. She doesn’t go near the thing. Ever.

  34. Because nailed it says:

  35. dwells38 says:

    On the LGF sink hole Chunk celebrates the capture of a ringleader of the benghazi attack. Chunk, like the asswipe we’ve all come to know says “Thanks Obama!” As if Obungle did anything other than play golf, attend fund raisers and not care about it.

    That’s “Thanks US Special Operations forces” Chunk you pinhead libtard progressive piece of fecal matter. They don’t pivot to things and pretend to try. They get shit done when it’s their job. Even if their top boss is a lying Commie.

    • Because says:

      Waitaminnut. Militants? It was a spontaneous protest because of a video. Where’s WaPo getting this right wing propaganda lies from?

      • dwells38 says:

        I guess he was the guy who showed ’em all the video and got ’em all outraged and off to get their rocket launchers from the front hall closet next to the umbrellas.

    • Because so it wasn't the video, Chunky? says:

      • dwells38 says:

        Har dee har. Chunk r teh funny!!!!

      • Arachne says:

        Actually, pretty much an attempt to divert everyone from everything. It took almost two years?

      • Arachne says:

        By the way, dumbshit, if you ever bothered to read actual news reports instead of the Cliff’s Notes fiction at Media Matters, you’d know that a LOT of people are wondering about this, since the piece of shit has been living quite openly in Benghazi and not “underground” for the last two years.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Yeah, they are the same special forces under Bush and Obama, but under Bush they are dummies who can’t find Osama, etc. Under Obummer they sprout 180 IQ’s and perform miracles. Because super-smart black guy.

    • Arachne says:

      Oh please. The only reason anyone was given the go-ahead to capture this guy was so that we’d stop talking about Iraq/Bergdahl/Benghazi and the great IRS email snipe hunt.

      • ISpeakJive says:

        Makes you wonder what other crap they have lined up and ready to go at a moments notice.

      • Arachne says:

        Why do I think he’s being prepped to say his attack was inspired by a video – just long enough to get that in the news spin cycle – then we’ll hear that there isn’t enough evidence to hold(er) him.

  36. dwells38 says:

    I guess this just proves Chunk is smarter than Sheryl Attkisson. She says all that crazy talk people have said here about it. She also points out that if IRS spontaneously disappears this kind of data, and it’s part of, then what does it say about the security of the entire federal system? Chunk’s not worried. He knows the crack Obungle team has it all covered and this is just wingnut lies.

    Attkisson said there should be procedures in place to prevent something like this from happening.

    These emails are not stored on a signal server or a single computer, so if there were a crash of a hard drive or some sort of system failure, they would still be retrievable. According to [John] Koskinen, the IRS Commissioner at the time, he told Congress that emails were stored offsite. That jives with people who said emails were backed up daily. There is a responsibility on the part of government officials to retain the data, make sure that is and can’t be lost in the system. If it’s true that the emails are lost, that’s quite a story in itself,” she said.

    She thinks Congress should act fast to investigate if anyone inside the IRS is attempting to hide or destroy the emails.

    “I would call in certain officials. Let’s assume there could have been some mischief committed — before they have time to get their stories straight and fix things up, I would get them in there under oath and start digging down and getting the timeline and getting people on the record about this. The only people that I see than can do this are members of Congress. The question is, do they have the will to do that?” Attkisson stated.

    Attkisson said that regardless of whether the emails were lost accidentally or improperly, the individuals responsible should be held accountable.

    “One official wrote me…to say this is entirely implausible, and he said there are criminal penalties for destroying federal records, which makes sense, including liability for negligence for not taking the necessary steps to protect files, including a federal requirement to backup data. This doesn’t happen. He said … all email servers are backed up with something called ‘RAID’ (Redundant Array Of Independent Disks), and it’s nearly impossible for something to delete the files, and that even if that were to happen they would not be gone forever,” she said.

    “One final comment that this particular guy made, he said if there was a cover-up here — let’s just assume for the sake of argument that maybe something went wrong — he said laws have been broken during an alleged coverup that are much easier to prove than the original act, some poor IT schmuck, if you get him under oath, he will fold like a cheap suit, and I do feel like there is some truth to that. So if you call in the IT professionals who supposedly reported the crash and went after the irretrievable material and found they couldn’t be found I think you’d probably get the truth; and maybe the truth is nothing more than what the IRS says, but it’s just strange that they kept the subpoena and official request from Congress for 7-10 months without mentioning it that the emails don’t exist or are that they were gone. And it also then would be exposing a huge vulnerability in our federal computers if indeed data has been irretrievably lost by this. Remember, but the IRS is part of, if the IRS system can indeed be so vulnerable that some sort of crash can lose all kind of important data like this, what does it say about the federal system?”

    • dwells38 says:

      The missing word there is Healthcare dot gov which WordPress disappeared for some reason

  37. dwells38 says:

    Hey Chunk, everyone involved in this Climate scam is either a progressive liar or dimwit libtard hypocrite insisting on everyone else sacrificing while they burn the planet’s resources into the air just for fun and because they can. Here’s a perfect example:

    Hollyweirdo DiCaprio is supposed to speak at the “Save the Ocean” or whatever conference going on now. The one J Effing Kerry spoke at when he should have been paying attention to actual world happenings such as rampaging Islamist armies in various countries. Here’s the comedy though. For the World Cup festivities, DiCaprio rented a massively huge yacht to party with his friends.

    Seriously? A global warming activist renting a giant CO2 burping yacht that probably burns enough fuel to light a small town every 5 minutes?

    And here’s the real kicker. He rented it from Sheikh Mansour:

    He is also the chairman of the ministerial council for services, the Emirates investment authority and the Emirates pacing authority. He sits on the Supreme Petroleum Council and the boards of numerous investment companies including the International Petroleum Investment Company and the Abu Dhabi Investment Council.[4]

    Yes that’s right. He rented it from a filthy rich Arab Oil Tick.

  38. Arachne says:

    On his show Friday, Mark Levin took a call from someone who supposedly (which I say only because no one can ever verify who these people are) works at the organization that actually takes care of the data storage for the IRS as well as other government agencies. He advised that if such a crash occurred and data was lost, their organization would have been notified that they needed to retrieve the data and that his department would have been the ones to receive that notification.

    No such notification was made.

    • Because says:

      This whole thing is wrong on eleventy levels. Most hard disk failures aren’t “crashes”, and the data can be retrieved completely. Even in case of a real crash, most of a disk can be forensically recovered, just like a scratch on a DVD doesn’t make the whole movie unviewable.

      What I want to know, and what Issa needs to go after, is what physically happened to the “crashed” drive? Do they still have it? Was a forensic analysis attempted? If they don’t have it anymore, who decided to toss it?

      Start with the lowest IT grunt, and tell him about how Bubba in the federal pen likes tossed salad, and how his dick is too big for the grunt’s mouth. Get him to squeal. Then get the next IT guy on the stand. Repeat and rinse, until you get to the political appointee who ordered the destruction.

      All roads lead to the White House.

  39. Octopus says:

    We are “seriously deranged,” doncha know. 😆

    Because we follow and report on the latest nonsense spewed by the one-time champion of the Conservative blogosphere, that makes everyone here insane. What does that make Chunky himself, who obsesses over and actually stalks successful people like Geller, Greenwald, Beck and Hoft? Humorously deranged, is my opinion. One of the funniest jokes on the internet, and that’s saying something. Keep going, Porky Icarus!

    • Because says:

      Donkey Show in Chicago. ‘Magine that.

    • dwells38 says:

      It’s especially hilarious because he feigns ostensibly that he doesn’t want these teddible stalkers bothering his new followers because they’re “seriously deranged”. But as is usual with the Chunky McFunkyJunk it’s a total lie. And the real reason is he wants to get our Twitter crew blocked before the newbies get to follow links to his former misled right wing, Islamophobic, anti-Muslim, anti-Progressive self. And see for themselves just how COMPLETELY COMMITTED, and enthusiastically and even viciously so, he was to that kind of mindset for many YEARS.

      Chunk you’re a pathetic lying loser. Don’t ever change!

    • Arachne says:

      22K Tweets – not even 500 followers. He should be grateful someone’s paying attention to him.

  40. Octopus says:

    Escape. 🙂

  41. Because says:

    The moderation thingy took a detour to the Donkey Show.

  42. dwells38 says:

    Because anybody that doesn’t love me is sick! I’m just worried you will see all that sickness and be mentally damaged into realizing I’m actually a complete lying dickhead about everything I Tweet and post.
    – Sincerely, Chunky The Lying Dickhead

    @waitomo11 I really don’t want to see their sickness in my timeline.
    42 minutes ago

    @@waitomo11 Could you please leave my name off if you reply to people who stalk me?
    43 minutes ago@

  43. Because the Koch Bros? says:

    • dwells38 says:

      Really? Why would you Tweet on something without reading any stories about? Everyone knows they got close to half a bil alone from ransacking a Mosul bank. Isn’t it considered bad Twitter form to ask stupid questions that can be easily Googled? So insteadof sharing information you’re basically asking others to supply it for you. Took me 10 seconds to find this. Hey Gus. Do get a prize?

      ISIS received a huge injection of cash when it captured the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, reports say. During the invasion, ISIS reportedly secured more than $466 million and a large quantity of gold bullion when it broke into Mosul’s central bank. Since then, the organization has continued to loot and pillage everything in its path, adding to its already considerable wealth. ISIS has also become increasingly well-armed as it appropriates military weapons and equipment left behind after the United States pulled out of Iraq in 2009.

      But ISIS already had considerable funding before it took Mosul. According to U.S. intelligence expert Robert McFadden, ISIS has had a strong financial network in place since its inception in 2013. ISIS is set up to rake in funds through extortion, smuggling and private donations, McFadden said. “It goes back to the earliest days of ISIS,” McFadden told CTV’s Kevin Newman Live. “In areas that it controlled, its modus operandi has first been to go after the wealth of those from ethnic and religious minorities.” Wealthy private donors in the region provide ISIS with millions of dollars in additional funds, McFadden said. The organization also extorts “taxes” from the businesses in its territory, and adds to its coffers by selling valuable antiquities seized during its takeovers.

      ISIS also draws as much as $1 million per day in profit from each oil well under its control in Syria. And despite its terrorist classification, ISIS has had no trouble selling its oil on the world market, McFadden said. “There’s desperation on both sides,” he said. “Where there’s desperation, there’s also commerce.”

  44. dwells38 says:

    Chunk Tweets this. 48 hour rule gently weeps. The post by the despicable Randall Gross even stresses that it’s not confirmed that the shooter is the pictured right winger. But it’s good enough for Chunk who cares nothing about accuracy in reportage, hamfisted hack that he is and slams out a Tweet making the positive and undeniable link between being on the political right and being a mass murdering psychopath. Oh boy, don’t look now but more right wingers are shooting everybody, yet again. Never mind the Occupoopers who blew away two cops and an innocent shopper just a few days ago.

    Don’t look now, but we have another right wing terror attack in Nevada County, CA

  45. OLT's Treat Them Like They Treat YOU says:

    I break computers (physically and emotionally) for a living.

    This whole “we lost all the e-mails” thing is bullshit, and every half-assed IT worker/computer engineer in the country knows it.

    NOTHING you do on an IRS (FedGov) computer network EVER goes away. EVER. They’ve spent MILLIONS making this so.

    In fact, it probably took two years to get rid of the damned e-mails. There was no “disk crash” that lost those e-mails. Since disks crash EVERY FUCKING DAY and EVERYONE KNOWS THAT, the servers are designed to work around that problem with all kinds of fancy arrays. We got yer RAID 0, we got yer RAID 1, we got yer RAID (x+1)^n (for a price).

    End result? No one loses important data, like Lois Lerner’s marching orders from the White House. Yeah, I’m just going to ASSUME that the lost stuff is REALLY DAMNING, just like the IRS would do to ME if I couldn’t pony up records.

    Give ’em a fair trial and then hang them all.

    • Because says:

      Yeah, you’re right. Nobody knows more about RAIDing things than the IRS.

    • Because says:

      Why don’t we hang ’em first, and then do the fair trial thing later, before they dump the rest of the hard disks in the Mariana Trench?

    • trebob says:

      Yeah, I’m just going to ASSUME that the lost stuff is REALLY DAMNING, just like the IRS would do to ME if I couldn’t pony up records.

      Now OLT, that’s totally unfair! You know it’s a complicated formula that determines if you are hiding the records or if you accidentally lost them. If you lean right, vote republican, attended a Tea Party rally, drank tea, complained about government or taxes, then you are hiding the emails and should be frog marched off to jail without a trial. If you voted for Obama, then obviously you were the victim of a unusual string of unfortunate coincidences and only guilty of being a human being and vulnerable to all the frailties that infers.

      This is what happens when the only show in the District of Columbia is the Donkey Show.

      • Because says:


        • trebob says:

          Yeah, had a brain fart and for five minutes couldn’t think of the word I wanted to use and used infer. Of course, implies came to me four seconds after hitting post. Give me your cell # and I’ll run future posts by you for approval prior to posting. 🙂

  46. Because can I call 'em or WHAT? says:

    • Arachne says:

      Does anyone effing believe that bullsh*t for a minute. Let’s see….man roamed freely in Benghazi for two years, even interviewed by media. Now there are hearings on Benghazi and other scandals so let’s arrest him. Oh, and now that he’s being brought over here, let’s tell him about the video story Obama’s been telling. And now that he’s done this. He will be released back in the wild and we will never hear about him again.

      This dick has been interviewed by CNN and a few other media folks over the years. Did he at any time mention the VIDEO? My guess is NO.