Stalinist trials are in demand at LGF

LGF poster Targetpratice goes on a Stalinist rant saying Obama should have thrown George W. Bush in jail.

Bush in jail

Spoken like a true Communist!


106 Comments on “Stalinist trials are in demand at LGF”

  1. Juan Epstein says:

    Neo-Communsim poisons everything.

  2. Voltaire's Crack says:

    Be careful of what you wish for.

  3. Octopus says:

    Spoken like a true imbecile, completely cut off from reality. 😆

    Where does Chunky find these wetbrains, anyway? Under slimy rocks, I’m sure.

  4. Because says:

    Don’t the climate deniers go to the star chambers first?

  5. Arachne says:

    I would like to inform that cro-magnon Targetpractice that water boarding is enhanced interrogation – NOT torture. I’ll tell you what torture is. 1,000 people trapped in a building slowly being suffocated by smoke; 200 people on a passenger jet watching a building loom closer and closer in their view.

    You despicable piece of shit.

  6. Octopus says:

    Bro-dudes-in-arms. Awwwww!

  7. Octopus says:

    Some kind of loathsome deal was struck by the RINO-quislings on that House investigation. I wonder what was dealt, and whose ass was saved, along with the rotten losers who are responsible for the Benghazi deaths and the putrid cover-up. It will come out, eventually. Might take years, but the truth will out.

  8. Juan Epstein says:

    “For every 50 pounds overweight you are, you lose an inch of penis,”

    I’m so sorry, Bro-Nazi.

    • Because holy shit says:

      “A man’s penis is actually fixed to his abdominal wall, holding it in place,” writes Varney, based on Karpman’s explanation. “The more a man’s fattening belly grows outward, ‘the more it eats their penis,’ leaving them with, according to the doctor, ‘this little nubbin of a penis.’”

      The pannus eats the penis, the penis, the penis, the pannus eats the penis, until there is none.

      The other dirty secret is that for every 50 lbs over, the girl needs and extra inch of him that he ain’t got.

      • Octopus says:

        Chunky should take advantage of this pannus-eating-penis situation and go on the show, “Naked And Afraid.” The wife and I got caught up in a marathon of this show today, and whoa, are some people desperate to be on TV. 😆

        Chunky’s pannus would serve several purposes, along with protecting his tiny nubbin from being bitten by a Fer de Lance snake. He could live off the flab, and his partner could use it as a rain-flap, with a stout branch holding it up over her in a monsoon. He could store things in there, picked up on a foraging expedition. There are no pockets on the show, see, with no clothes. He would also get to see a gal naked, which he hasn’t done in person since the early ’80’s.

        I don’t know what the pay is, Chunky, but you should really look into it. Might be just the thing to jumpstart your dead media career. Go for it!

    • osprey1 says:

      I’m sure it’s been done before, but…

      pannus pannus pannus LOL

  9. Because says:

  10. Because Johnson does it on a shoestring says:

    • Octopus says:

      Except that Glenn had massive numbers of followers before the Omidyar deal happened, and it was his reputation and readership that made his big business deal happen. Unlike Dear Fatass, who has drained the swamp and now drinks his own pee. Hey, at least it’s sterile. Maybe.

    • Jealousy looks good on you Charles.
      You wear it often

      • Arachne says:

        Yeah, that tweet really gave it away. Millions to Greenwald. You spent the Soros check awhile ago. And the lefty blogs, laughing at your decline, throw you the occasional bone and then are glued to their screens laughing at you gnaw at it like a stray dog.

  11. Because wow says:

  12. Because wow says:

    • Octopus says:

      Just saving this evidence here for the commitment proceedings.

      Nothing pleases Mr. Greenwald more than lobbing in something from a great distance and watching it detonate. @Kragar_LGF
      19 minutes ago
      And the dogs barked endlessly and ferociously, deep into the night.
      25 minutes ago
      Spiders, remarkably large and deadly, raced down the mountain. Greenwald was pleased, and proud.
      28 minutes ago
      The ferocious alpha male Greenwald launched lightning bolts and face-melting rebukes, as his yapping dogs wandered the favelas.
      31 minutes ago
      Dogs barked, yapped, and growled, erasing my mind. Yet they were pussycats.
      33 minutes ago
      Suddenly Greenwald appeared, the ultimate alpha, emerging triumphant from his home office in the gurgling bucolic jungle.
      35 minutes ago
      The scene was idyllic, yet tranquil. But somehow bucolic and encrusted with a gurgling jungle.
      38 minutes ago
      Approaching the jungle-encrusted mountains, I heard the gurgling of a stream, tranquil yet bucolic, yet encrusted.
      39 minutes ago
      Is this the future of journalism?
      1 hour ago
      Glenn Greenwald is using Pierre Omidyar’s millions to surround himself with an entourage of sycophants.
      1 hour ago

  13. Dudebro says:

    The same scum that bemoan waterboarding = torture were the same ones that said Obama got Osama and Bush didn’t!

    Since the intel to find Osama came from this ‘torture’ of KSM, Liberals endorse, promote, and brag about torture.

  14. Pakimon says:

    Meanwhile, eight out of the last ten tweets from Gus are retweets.

    I’m really start to think that tweeting is Gus’ way of…ahem… “gratifying” himself.

    How long will it be before the house owner storms into the garage, grabs the Virgin Mobile phone out of Gus’ greasy little paws and smashes it against the wall while hollering something about getting a job and paying some back rent?

    You know it’s coming, just a question of when… 😆

  15. Octopus says:

    I know I saw a bunch of tweets from Dear Fatass last night proclaiming Obama’s complete exoneration by a bipartisan House committee in the Benghazi investigation. I didn’t dream that, did I?

    So, why isn’t this Great Victory being shouted from the rooftops of all the self-identified liberal-MSM outlets today? Could it be, Chunky was completely full of shit? Again?

    Because the investigation is still ongoing, and will be ratcheting up big-time in September:

    Gowdy: More witnesses to testify on Benghazi

    WASHINGTON – The special House committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi will hold its first public hearing in September about changes the State Department has made to better protect diplomats, U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy said.

    Gowdy, the committee’s Republican chairman, also said the panel is gaining access to witnesses who didn’t participate in previous congressional investigations into the attacks.

    “I know I’m biased, but one of the good parts about running an investigation in a way that appears to be serious-minded is that witnesses who were previously unavailable or not interested in cooperating are now interested in cooperating,” Gowdy said. “The universe of witnesses is expanding.”

    U.S. House lawmakers created the committee in May to review the Sept. 11, 2012, attacks that killed four Americans in eastern Libya, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens.

    Several previous congressional investigations have looked at security lapses and intelligence failures related to the attacks, along with the military’s response and whether President Barack Obama’s administration initially downplayed the incident for political reasons.

    Gowdy, in an interview, said the panel isn’t scheduled to meet during the August congressional recess, but committee lawyers and investigators will be working.

    Last week, the 12 committee members — seven Republicans and five Democrats — met behind closed doors with family members of the four men killed in Benghazi on the 11th anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S.

    Gowdy said the families were invited by him and the committee’s Democratic vice chairman, Rep. Elijah Cummings of Maryland.

    “One of the issues in homicide cases is that the jury knows more about the defendant and virtually nothing about the victim,” said Gowdy, a former prosecutor. “We wanted to give the family members a chance to tell us whatever was on their heart and mind.”

    Gowdy said the GOP side of the committee has finished hiring staff. He said the staffers’ professional backgrounds made them helpful in identifying new witnesses. The committee is expected to release information about the staffers soon.

    “Once you convince people this is serious and fact-centric, and not an exercise in whatever pejorative you want to fill in, they are infinitely more likely to want to participate,” he said.

    Democrats also are hiring committee staff. Although Democrats initially resisted the idea of another Benghazi investigation — 13 congressional hearings and 50 briefings have been held — they agreed to participate.

    House GOP leadership gave the panel a budget of $3.3 million.

    Cummings referred questions about the panel’s upcoming schedule to Gowdy.

    The Spartanburg Republican, running for a third term, has said since May that the committee’s investigation would be an objective search for facts, not a partisan attempt to smear Democrats ahead of the 2014 mid-term elections and the 2016 presidential race.

    So far, Democrats have complimented Gowdy for pledging not to use the panel to raise money and for disavowing the National Republican Congressional Committee’s Benghazi-related fundraising.

    In a notable departure from other House committees that battled with the administration over Benghazi investigations, Gowdy said he is “encouraged” by responses to his panel’s requests for additional documents.

    “There is no substitute for sitting down and me sharing my expectations and them telling me their concerns or what their frustrations in the past have been,” Gowdy said. “I’m not looking for the fight or the story. I just want the documents. It’s been easy so far.”

    The September hearing will focus on about 24 recommendations issued in December 2012 by the independent Accountability Review Board, which investigated the State Department’s actions before, during and after the attacks. The board was led by former Ambassador Thomas Pickering and Adm. Michael Mullen, former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

    Their report blamed “systemic failures and leadership and management deficiencies at senior levels within two bureaus of the State Department” for “grossly inadequate” security.

    Then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton accepted the findings and agreed to implement all of the board’s recommendations, which included changes related to security, staffing in high-risk posts, training, safety equipment, intelligence and threat analysis, and holding personnel accountable.

    The series of attacks over Sept. 11 and 12, 2012, killed Stevens, Sean Smith, Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty. Two U.S. facilities were destroyed and abandoned.

    Ahmed Abu Khattala, a Libyan suspected of playing a key role in the attacks, has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges related to the case and is awaiting trial in the U.S.

    • OLT's Fauxtroversy, Right? says:

      Can you imagine having to pretend to co-chair something with the insane Elijah Cummings?

      I’ll give the Democratic Party’s leadership this – they can really be peevish, petty little lordlings. I know the MSM covers for them, but Cummings … what a statement it was to send that assclown. I guess it could’ve been Hank Johnson or Jackson-Lee or Waters or Rangel.

  16. Because wow says:

    OMG, you mean LGF might load in under a minute?

    • Arachne says:

      Look at me I’m smart.
      Look at me I’m smart.
      Look at me I’m smart.

      (BTW Fatass, I didn’t laugh at the people that were suggesting near light speed data transfer before 2020 – mostly because they had studied actual physics and weren’t cut and paste geeks whose last real contribution to the real tech world was a gaming system that went out 20 years ago.)

  17. Because Uh-oh says:

    Now Bill Clinton’s a wingnut to the right of Chunky on Gaza:

  18. Because Eww. says:

  19. Because this is called a bathroom. There will be a quiz. says:

    It’s comical that Chunk spent eight years mocking idiots such as this. But now sits mute as they splash their drivel all over his website. Chunk prides himself as being practical and has always been a statist. He cheered for the things this idiot rails against. And Chunky sees that if Obungle had moved agressively against his predecessor his hands would have then been tied on a lot of other things. Such as how he handled the wars in process and how he continued to prosecute them. He’s been vaporizing people in Pakistan with no due process and no other justification other than if they’re in those mountains then they must be terrorists. And getting zero intel from them. He’s been handing weapons to Islamists in Libya and Syria. He purposely gave weapons to Mexican drug gangs to be turned back on Americans. And what were commonly known as “stress techniques” in the ’90s and were used on key terrorists to save hundreds of lives were not war crimes anyway. Just because some hysterical Progturds have conveniently relabeled them as torture doesn’t make it so in a court of law. Having one’s fingers cut off or being burned or having one’s shoulders dislocated and ruined from years of being hung up. That’s torture. Torture causes permanent damage. Assuming there is still a functioning Justice Dept, the Bush regime would easily prevail in proving they acted within the law and in good faith in defense of Americans.

    Because the Progturds have to implement thier coup incrementally it’s still a dangerous precedent for them if things swing back towards sanity then an Obungle post-presidency could be a minefield of legal hazard for the Bestest Preezydent Evah! Chunky’s all about the crooked lying means justifying the Progturd commie ends but fancying himself a pragmatist and schemer doesn’t want to be too hasty. At the same time he doesn’t want to slap down his overzealous moonbat sycophants so he lets them vent with their infantile vindictive daydreams.

  20. Juan Epstein says:


  21. Octopus says:

    Nothing like a little Black Racism, to get your week started off right. 🙂

  22. Octopus says:

    He really is! The more we learn, the more we come to appreciate his forward-thinking Dew-bottle arrangement.

    The problem, though, is that with the urine-diverting toilets, which some of the REI volunteers are using (others have waterless urinals with removable containers), the pee may get contaminated. So to kill off germs, Nace and Noe-Hays are testing two sanitization methods: pasteurization and storing it for a month or more, which allows the alkalinity to develop over time and kill microbes.

    His refilled Dew bottles typically stand around for a couple of months, before he “forgets” they are recycled Dew, and quaffs them down. By this time the powerful alkalinity has killed off any life-forms within the potion, and they are perfectly safe to drink. Unfortunately, the second refilling/waiting period ups the ante, alkaline-wise, to the point where the concentrated brew starts eating through the plastic, causing leaks. Then you have to chuck ’em. This explains the large number of hole-y Dew bottles littering his backyard.

    • Because says:

      And then the neighborhood water Nazi patrol starts wondering why his lawn is so green and tall in the middle of a drought.

  23. Arachne says:

    James Brady, Reagan’s former press secretary, has died.

    How long, do you think, before King Derp of the Swamp puts up a post talking about how the NRA members and other gun rights nuts are celebrating. Because he will go through thousands and thousands of posts, don’t you know, to find the one that is dreadful and smear everyone on the thread with it.

  24. Because this is called a bathroom. There will be a quiz. says:

    Progturd 101: War on Whites.

    Chunky Boo Hoo is on the front line with his musket and powder ready.

  25. Because this is called a bathroom. There will be a quiz. says:

    Just in case anyone wasn’t sure that Nuttsy Pelosi isn’t a total rich and entitled power drunk c*nt.

    Speaking to Fox News on Monday, Marino offered additional details.

    “She came up to me wagging her finger and saying that I was a liar, a liar, and I simply said, ‘No, I do my research — I have my facts straight, perhaps you should try that,'” he said.

    Marino said Pelosi was trying to belittle him.

    “I’m a former prosecutor … and I’ve been threatened by drug dealers and organized crime and murderers, and this was a walk in the park,” he said. “I’m not going to put up with this. I don’t talk to people like this.”

    He added: “I’m having one of the wealthiest people in Congress say that I’m inconsequential and I’m not important.”

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Her vodka bill for her publicly funded military flights back and forth to California was thousands of dollars a year!

    • Because chutzpah says:

      “She said that Pelosi accepted Marino’s apology. A Marino staffer later denied that report.”

      • Arachne says:

        She is absolutely LYING about an apology. No way, no how, no hell. Marino did not do squat that required an apology. Personally, I think Nancy has finally gone over into REAL dementia and there’s nothing that the Democrats can do – she’s the face of the Democrats in the House and they are stuck with her. She has now evidenced herself to be mentally ill – something we always suspected.

        Marino must have REALLY struck a nerve with that “why didn’t you do it when you had the House before 2010. Because I have a feeling that the liberal Dems are being asked over and over again by their racist special interest overlords that same question and they really have no answer. Because they damn well know what the answer is:


      • Because olo says:

        That, and they had their hands full ramming Obamacare through. That was the entire focus of Pelosi and Reid for the entire two years. They kept having problems corralling the wayward donkeys. Obamacare was THE issue they were after. There was nothing else that interested them. At. All.

      • Because olo says:

        Oh, and BTW, I’m really loving some of these GOP ex-prosecutors, like Merino and Gowdy. They REALLY, REALLY know how to get under these donkeys’ skin. Eeee-Haaaaw! Eeee-Haaaaw!

      • Arachne says:

        And why should Marino apologize, BTW? SHE was the one who broke the House Rules of Decorum.

  26. Because genius says:

    If he’s so “insignificant”, why’s she bothering?

  27. Because olo says:

    • Arachne says:

      Oh please – no one looks to you to set the effing bar for anything. And this is in regard to what, Fartcheeks? Or is this your tried and true dumbass tweet when you haven’t found anything you can steal or retweet.

      Check out the left wing blogs sometime, asshat – including your OWN.

  28. Because Onose says:

  29. Because olo says:

  30. rightymouse says:

    Oh, dear! O_o

    • OLT's No, Those Are Tears Of Joy. Really. says:

      Kind of racisty, there, Nance darls.

      BTW, are you sure his angry wife lets him eat “lots” of cake?

      Pardon the term, but she seems rather a nutrition Nazi.

      • rightymouse says:


      • Abu oyliM says:

        Pies. At every occasion the White Haus list of pies is numerous and fattening. Especially the southern pies like Sweet Potato. Barry is on record (which means he lied) that he loves pie.

        As for FLOTUS (ick) gommint passed laws eliminating bake sales at school because of “child obesity” pushed by the wide-hipped one. Better the chirren be hungry, right Mooch?


    • Because I speak ebonics says:

      I think that means rock and roll with Michelle.

  31. Because go start your own twatter says:

  32. rightymouse says:


  33. Juan Epstein says:

    Here’s a gift, Bro-Nazi:

    You can blame the Joos and pretend to be a patriot who supports the troops

  34. Juan Epstein says:

    Bro-Nazi, forever linked with his allies.

  35. Because they're all racists there? says:

  36. Because is that what you call sterno? says:

  37. Octopus says:

    He’s ringing his bell for you to come join him, Chunky!

    • Because says:

      Somebody needs to make a spoof bike safety PSA out of that. About the only thing he isn’t doing wrong that Johnson did is ride downhill the wrong way down a one way street. Aside from that, I nominate JF’nK for a “milyo”.

      Like Pee Wee said: “I meant to do that”.