“Well Old Joe said a gaffe”

LGF’s resident Kapo Aloutte always makes excuses for anti-Jewish statements emanating from Leftists and Islamists. She downplays Joe Biden’s anti-Semitic comments that has been condemned by Jewish groups.

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Would Aloutte give the same benefit of the doubt if someone on the right used this term? Nope, she would be using it as proof the right is racist and her master Charles would have done 4 posts by now condemning it.

Aloutte is just being a good Kapo by covering for Biden.

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73 Comments on ““Well Old Joe said a gaffe””

  1. livefreeor die says:

    It’s disgraceful that the vice-president of the USA flippantly throws out such a comment.
    “Oh, that’s just Joe.”
    Translation: “I’m okay with Joe being racist and anti-Semitic because he’s a Democrat.”
    Two-for-one special! Substitute “Harry Reid” for “Joe”!
    The left has no moral compass. See LGF for proof.

    • Arachne says:

      Seriously? They don’t understand why Jews would be offended by the term “Shylock?” What a completely uneducated smattering of shitbags.

      Is this the Dr. Matt, BTW that came into the forum the other day? And doesn’t know Shylock is offensive? Who do you think Shylock WAS, Dr. Dirtbag? A detective from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.

      • livefreeor die says:

        They couldn’t read Shakespeare-they’re too busy watching “An Inconvenient Truth” for the umpteenth time and tweeting hashtags that don’t accomplish anything.

      • Because Joe is such a card... says:

        Obviously, Dr. Matt doesn’t know shit from Shylock.

  2. ISpeakJive says:

    And these people think Sarah Palin is a moron.

  3. Because Joe is such a card... says:

    Abe Foxman is sure throwing nerf balls at him. Grow a couple of balls, Abe.

  4. Because Joe is such a card... says:

    “Well Old Joe said a gaffe”

    Or as McIntyre said about Mann, “a porky”.

  5. Because what ethnicity bankers, Goos? Huh? Huh? says:

    • OLT's Hypocrites, ALL Of You says:

      http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/story?id=2838420

      A habit, not a gaffe.

    • Arachne says:

      No, Gus. We’re just appalled. Because we know that if a Republican had said it, you would all be getting the vapors. You should ask yourself, Gus, why the word “Shylock” is in the lexicon of the Vice President. My guess is he uses it on a regular basis – because it came rather easily when he was talking.

      BTW all, if you go to Twitter and do the hashtag #AskDrMann – hilarity ensues as the evil climate deniers got on Mikey’s big Q&A moment. I’m sure Chuck will be appropriately appalled by the evil friends of Mark Steyn who took Fraudy McScientist to task for his bullshit.

  6. OLT's Hypocrites, ALL Of You says:

    “I actually never knew it was anti-semitic.”

    Then you’re uneducated. Ignorant, if you will pardon the term. Leave the conversation and come back when you have some sort of background in the culture.

    • Octopus says:

      Chunky’s not dealing with the pick of the litter, smarts-wise. Just a few mutant retreads. I’m surprised some of them can read at all, let alone read Shakespeare.

  7. Octopus says:

    http://thefederalist.com/2014/09/17/neil-degrasse-tyson-and-the-science-of-smug-condescension/

    This reminds me of the classic South Park episode, featuring Clooney, clouds of smug, and smug environuts huffing their own farts. I think I’m going to watch it again. I could use some yuks. http://southpark.cc.com/full-episodes/s10e02-smug-alert

    The new season starts a week from today. About time. 😆

  8. ISpeakJive says:

  9. Octopus says:

    Good grief. What a deluge of anti-science right wing idiots. @Gus_802 #AskDrMann
    52 minutes ago

    Check out @MarkSteynOnline, retweeting every single nasty right wing comment from #AskDrMann.
    57 minutes ago

    Now I see why there are so many right wingers ranting at #AskDrMann – Mark Steyn is whipping them up.
    1 hour ago

    I point out that #AskDrMann is being swarmed by climate science deniers, then *I* get swarmed by climate science deniers.
    1 hour ago

    Climate scientist Michael Mann is answering questions: #AskDrMann …and of course the tag is being swarmed by climate science deniers.
    1 hour ago

    Media Matters commanded, “Circle teh wagons!” 😆

    • Arachne says:

      It was absolutely hysterical.

      • Octopus says:

        Worth noting, for the record: Chunky used to post glowing notices of every Mark Steyn column, in the Pre-Moronic Conversion Daze. We could put together a massive collage or video of his love affair with Steyn that was even more torrid than his constant references to Jim Hoft of Gateway Pundit. He adored Steyn! 😆

  10. Octopus says:

    Who’s a good widdle doggy? Gus is a good widdle doggy! 😆

  11. Because phew, phew, carbon footprint... says:

    • Zeus Crankypants says:

      Your existence violates the natural order of things.

    • Arachne says:

      So? Was that supposed to be one of signs that brings on the Four Horsemen? Geez asshole – Denny’s and Jack in the Box serve breakfast all day. You’re not exactly violating the laws of physics here.

    • ISpeakJive says:

      I wonder if he’s ever really lived dangerously and had pancakes for supper? Let ur freak flag fly, fattie!

  12. Kurt's reality check says:

    but but but Track Palin threw a punch

    /LGF priorities

  13. Octopus says:

    Oh thank heaven, for 7-11! 😆

    • Minnow says:

      Hey Barry, I just violated the natural order of the universe by wiping my bottom before I took… a crap. A CRAP I SAID.

  14. Octopus says:

    Once in awhile, they slip up and show their cards:

    http://www.alternet.org/books/naomi-klein-great-clash-between-capitalism-and-climate

    September 16, 2014

    Naomi Klein’s new book, This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs The Climate is coming out just as the UN is meeting on climate change, and a massive rally to protest the lack of progress on global warming is shaping up in Manhattan on Sunday. Klein is the author of The Shock Doctrine, one of the most influential books of the past 50 years. She sees her new book as the natural successor to The Shock Doctrine as she deepens her critique and insists we need to fundamentally rethink our approach to climate. The inconvenient truth about global warming is that it isn’t really about carbon, but rather capitalism. Our economic model is waging war on the earth, and unless capitalism is dramatically changed, we are doomed. Yet Klein is no pessimist. She sees the seeds of a broad cross-sectional mass movement emerging that will lead to a transformation of our failed economic system to something radically better. Sunday’s People’s Climate March in New York is a key step toward a future we must create in order to survive and thrive.

    • Because says:

      Radically better. Like DDR. Only party members get cars. Carbon ploblem solved.

      • Octopus says:

        One has to wonder if a writer like Naomi Klein ever reads a current news report, about the state of Warmening Theory. I mean, she obviously missed a lot of memos about the cataclysmic failure of communism.

      • Because says:

        To the faithful, these things never fail. They just have the wrong people doing them. The commies have been failed by the Asians, and Latin Americans, and Africans, and the Slavic whites. They just need to try a different kind of white person, and it’ll work.

        Ever wondered by commies are so enraptured with Sweden? And why Wagner wrote operas about the Norse? It all comes back to Aryan supremacy. The Aryans will save communism.

        You know that’s what they’re thinking.

  15. Octopus says:

    Benghazi will be more relevant, but Whitewater will likely come up as well. Some of these nontroversies just refuse to stay buried. 😡

    David Hale, the source of criminal allegations against President Clinton in the Whitewater affair, claimed in November 1993 that Clinton, while governor of Arkansas, pressured him to provide an illegal $300,000 loan to Susan McDougal, the partner of the Clintons in the Whitewater land deal.[3] Clinton supporters regarded Hale’s allegations as questionable, as Hale had not mentioned Clinton in reference to this loan during the original FBI investigation of Madison Guaranty in 1989. Only after coming under indictment for this in 1993 did Hale make allegations against the Clintons.[4]

    A U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation did result in convictions against the McDougals for their role in the Whitewater project, but the Clintons themselves were never prosecuted, as three separate inquiries found insufficient evidence linking them with the criminal conduct of others related to the land deal.[5] Bill Clinton’s successor as Arkansas Governor, Jim Guy Tucker, was also convicted and served time in prison for his role in the fraud. Susan McDougal later served 18 months in prison for contempt of court for refusing to answer any questions relating to Whitewater, and was later granted a pardon by President Clinton just before leaving office.

    • Arachne says:

      Actually, Chuck, I think I’ll bring up:

      the White House Travel Office (she was behind that little malicious prosecution that it took a jury all of 45 minutes to exonerate Billy Dale while costing him his life savings to defend;

      The 800 FBI files illegally obtained by Craig Livingstone at her request

      The Rose Law Firm billing records that miraculously appeared in an ante-room .

      Her being fired from the Watergate Committee for falsifying records, hiding documents and conspiring to deprive Richard Nixon of his Constitutional guarantees.

      Her employment of operatives to smear and stain the reputations of women who had the audacity to accuse her husband of various levels of sexual assault, including RAPE (in the case of Juanita Broderick) and to blame a phony “right-wing conspiracy” on national television for the reports that her husband sexually molested an intern (consensually or NOT).

      Plus BENGHAZI.

    • Doppel milyo says:

      Romney cut a kids hair

      50 years ago

      you thought it was big news you fat twat

  16. Octopus says:

    Ooh, a hipster joke! Very age-ist, class-ist and ginger-ist, I must say.

    • Arachne says:

      I’m surprised Fartman even remembers what underwear is.
      Three retweets Chuck? Really? You have over 10,000 followers, right?

      • Because says:

        It’s that filter thingy in the dishwasher that you’re supposed to change every couple months. Gus said so.

    • Doppel milyo says:

    • Minnow says:

      Barry, friendly hint: Your (continuing) public display of jealousy of numerous people really says way more about you than it does anyone else.

      This is how it works hoss (since you seem to be stuck at about age 11) and haven’t figured it out yet.

      You say this shit and everyone over the age of about 13, or so, looks at this and understands this for what it is. That is, lashing out by an insecure person who is trying to make himself look better by ripping on someone else.

      Sorry to say, but you are the only one here who hasn’t figured this out yet.

      Don’t thank me Barry.

      Oh please…. come on…. enough….. it’s okay – no, no…. stop.

      Just stop acting like an eleven year old gurl and all will be forgiven.

  17. swamprat says:

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Bubblehead II9/16/2014 8:22:20 pm PDT

    re: #151 Higgs Boson’s Mate Yep, he is a tool of the TPGOP. At least Kilgore had the decency to just fade away.

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  18. swamprat says:

    like global warming we are in danger from a source that we would never have feared

    National Geographic averages approximately 2 pounds per issue. Since no copies have been discarded or destroyed since the beginning of publication, it can be readily seen that the accumulated aggregate weight is a figure that not only boggles the mind, but is imminently approaching the disaster point. That point will be the time at which the geologic substructure of the country can no longer support the incredible load, and subsidence will occur. Gradually at first, but then relentlessly accelerating as rock formations are compressed, become plastic and begin to flow, great faults will appear.

    read more

    http://www.jir.com/geographic.html

  19. swamprat says:

    Pickles will kill you! Every pickle you eat brings you nearer to death. Amazingly, the “thinking man” has failed to grasp the terrifying significance of the term “in a pickle”. Although leading horticulturists have long known that Cucumis Sativus possesses indehiscent pepo, the pickle industry continues to expand.

    1. Nearly all sick people have eaten pickles. The effects are obviously cumulative.

    2. 100% of all soldiers have eaten pickles.

    3. 96.8% of all Red sympathizers have eaten pickles.

    4. 93.1% of juvenile delinquents come from homes where pickles are served frequently.

    Of the people born in 1839 who later dined on pickles, there has been a 100% mortality.
    All pickle eaters born between 1919 and 1929 have wrinkled skin, have lost most of their teeth, have brittle bones and failing eye-sight – if the ills of eating pickles have not already caused their death.
    Even more convincing is the report of a noted team of medical specialists: rats force-fed with 20 pounds of pickles per day for 30 days developed bulging abdomens. Their appetites for wholesome food were destroyed.

    ….from The Journal Of Irreproducable Results

  20. Octopus says:

    Everyone I Disagree With Is Insane, Part 55,006:

    It’s rare to see such a graphic example of how the cycle of violence is perpetuated from generation to generation.
    38 minutes ago

    “My father punched me in the face when I talked back and I’m just fine!” No. You’re not fine.
    39 minutes ago

    But not sad at all when the grown man defends that child abuse – it’s disturbing and evil. And he’s spreading it to a LARGE audience.
    42 minutes ago

    If Sean Hannity’s father really did have a habit of punching him in the face, it’s actually sad in a way. Sad for that kid, years ago.
    43 minutes ago

    It’s not surprising that Sean Hannity would defend outright child abuse. It’s the kind of thing truly twisted people do. He’s not sane.
    47 minutes ago

  21. ElSuerte says:

    Shots fired!

    If there was ever a twitter war I’d want to see…..

  22. Minnow says:

    Hey Barry, I have just heard (from a reliable source) that you smell like a combination of Fixadent, Absorbine Junior and Preparation H.

    Can you clarify this for us?

    • Minnow says:

      uh-oh…. I was just chastised….. apparently, I got it wrong. Apparently, I should have said “Fixadent, Absorbine Junior, Preparation H and BO”.

      Just wanted to be accurate broseff.

    • Abu Never Snorted Absorbine Jr. Ever. Not Often. says:

      I used to like the smell (not the foot numbing) of Absorbine Jr. back in the day.
      Charles must smell like Cheetos/feces, no? Unpleasant, for certain.

      • Minnow says:

        …one of my experiences with Absorbine Junior involved my 90-year old (legally blind) Grandfather. (I was 16). I’ll never forget the day he came out of the bathroom coughing and gagging. My grandfather was a fanatic about brushing his teeth after every meal owing to the fact that food would “gather” between certain teeth of his. A moment of concern for all of us who observed this – as he coughed and gagged….. Later, my brother and I pieced together the fact that he had (mistakenly – due to his poor vision) used Absorbine Junior on his toothbrush rather than tooth paste.

        Fast forward to now.

        Hey Barry, you cleaned your dang glasses lately?

  23. Minnow says:

    which reminds me of a song I learned growing up…..

    Dirty Lil’
    Dirty Lil’
    Lives on top of Garbage Hill

    Never washes
    Never will

    (insert finger in cheek and remove by making somewhat obscene popping noise)
    Ding

    Dirty Lil.

    (Hey Barry, was Dirty Lil’ your Mom?)