I agree with Charles for once

Once in a while, Mr. Toot makes a statement I agree with.

Mr. Toot is spot on here about LGF. There is nothing Republican nor reasonable about the place. It is a Hard Left conspiracy based website.


124 Comments on “I agree with Charles for once”

  1. Because olo says:

    Definitely. He is not in favor of a republic. He wants to coronate Queen Hillary I.

  2. Abu Milyo says:

    “It is a Hard Left conspiracy based website.” – Daedalus

    “A far left virus-infested sock drawer.” – me

  3. Octopus says:

    “I remember well the posts and the anguish.”


    I just can’t.

  4. Octopus says:

    Yeah, Chunky haz a sad. Bond believed Republicans were Nazis, too.


    • Because olo says:

      Wasn’t he some whacko conspiracy theorist? I remember him being a couple fries short of a happy meal.

      • Octopus says:

        Well, he was a leading proponent of Bush Derangement Syndrome, along with being a full-fledged supporter of AGW OMFG!!1!. He was always very supportive of gay rights, which leads to the shallow supposition that he’s been on the down-low for a long time. Calling Republicans and Tea Party folks “Nazis” is a sign of insanity, but pretty de rigueur for the Left. Anyone who criticized Obama was a horrible racist, naturally. In other words, he’s like a mocha Chunky latte, ya-ya.

    • pineapple says:

      He hosted SNL back in the 70’s, that’s where I knew him from.

  5. Chunky's Missing Brain says:



  6. Because olo says:


    • Because olo says:

      Sorry, Toot. No mail-order Thai ladyboys for you.

    • PeteP says:

      Yes Fatman, because enforcing immigration laws and putting US workers first is xenophobia.

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      Uh Toot. Calling the Donald’s immigration policy “insane” loses a little of it’s punch after you’ve called the entire GOP insane FOR YEARS including those with fairly liberal immigration views such as Marco Rubio. Not to mention how comical you would single out the least conservative guy who’s pals with tons of liberals including your own candidate the Shitlery as “insane”.

      Here’s the Shitlery’s own insane xenophobic and racist views on immigration:

      Flip Flop Flashback: Senator Hillary Clinton: I’m ‘Adamantly Against Illegal Immigrants’

      At the time, conservatives thought they had an ally in Clinton. A number of political experts said Clinton’s immigration stance was to the right of President George W. Bush and was even referred to as “Pat Buchanan-esque.”

      Critics have called Clinton a “flip-flopper” pandering to the Hispanic community to maintain the Obama coalition that propelled him over Clinton in 2008 and into the White House.

      As senator, Clinton advocated for the tracking of immigrants, tighter border controls, and identification upon entry and exit of the country.

      The day before a major debate in 2007, Clinton held a firm stance against providing driver licenses for illegal immigrants.

      “As president, I will not support driver’s licenses for undocumented people,” Clinton said.

      Clinton’s stated anti-immigration positions last year as well. On June 17, 2014 Clinton expressed her desire to deport child immigrants from Central America.

      “We have to send a clear message: Just because your child gets across the border doesn’t mean your child gets to stay,” Clinton said.


      • Frank Sinclair says:

        “Shitlery?” Man. That is funny.

        My sides are splitting open from laughter as I write.

      • Octopus says:

        It’s good that you still have some sense of humor left, Fatass. You’re going to need it, as your life continues to spiral out of control, and the paranoia mounts during this campaign season. Just think of all the scary horrors that will be haunting your dreams, like Trump, Ginger, Breitbart, Gutfeld, everyone at Fox News besides Megyn Kelly, the walking dead, your landlord, the People Under The Stairs, and so forth. It’s tough being you. 😯

  7. Because olo says:

  8. Juan Epstein says:

    Whitest blogger on the net still trying to convince people he’s down with the young, blacks, women and the hip.

  9. Juan Epstein says:

    And just like that he’s against increasing the size of governement and a police state.

    As long as Obama isn’t pharoah.

  10. Octopus says:

    That’s a great day of dumpster diving, right there. Somebody must have gotten sick or busy, just after picking up their order. Tossed it behind the Safeway, for the bums. Kindness of strangers, amirite, Garage Boy?

  11. Because olo olololololo hahahahah pfffffft snort teeheeheehee says:

  12. Octopus says:

    So, in NYC, it’s just fine to read a book topless in the park. I say, it should be fine anywhere. Not for my family, but for others. NSFW: https://coedtoplesspulpfiction.wordpress.com/

    P.S. Boobies!!! 🙂

    • Because olo says:

      A couple months ago, I was driving along Lake Washington in Seattle, and three women of the female variety came out of the lake and walking along the sidewalk wearing nothing but bikini bottoms. It’s sort of one of those Schroedinger’s philosophical questions what if you have a law that the cops don’t enforce?

      And they definitely were cis. I know real boobies when I see them. They were as real as cis-gendered boobies get.

      • Octopus says:

        In Greece, tops were optional for women on every beach we visited. Nobody cared. Sun your boobs or not, it was all the same to everyone, as far as I could tell.

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      I’m all for relaxing boob enforcement.

    • Because olo says:

      That’s the way blogs should be. Lots of pictures.

  13. swamprat says:

    Bond, Trump, Hillary or Obama.

    Bond would get my vote.

    • swamprat says:

      If, however, I went into a restaurant and was presented with this level of offerings, I would leave.

    • Octopus says:

      But Trump has a billion dollars in the bank! I mean, he keeps saying that. At every opportunity, he reminds America that he is rich, rich, rich!

      I know he’s an asshole, but it’s kind of refreshing to hear somebody speak on the national scene who really doesn’t give a shit. He has no filter, to speak of. Somebody said recently he was the “Fuck You”-candidate — that’s pretty accurate. 😆

      • Because olo says:

        After a parade of weenies, there’s something refreshing about a full-throated asshole.

      • swamprat says:

        Yes, a candidate who actually understands economics would be refreshing. His policy on immigration is the same as Caesar Chavez, by the way. Chavez was against illegal immigration because it undercut the wages of the laborers he represented.

      • Because olo says:

        Cesar Chavez was a union man back when union men had testicles. Now the only ones with testes are trannies who like to play ‘girl’. The few union men left with any testosterone left in their veins are opposed to tramnasty.

      • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

        That’s exactly right and Scott Adams (Dilbert) explains why this is a really smart and effective thing and an example of Trump’s mastery of skills used in negotiation.


      • Daedalus says:

        Not everyone likes what Trump is either. That is a factor many Trump fans are not taking into consideration.

      • OLT's We've Struck Ponytail Grease says:

        “Trump appears to be a narcissistic blow-hard with inadequate credentials to lead a country.”

        Read more: http://blog.dilbert.com/post/126589300371/clown-genius#ixzz3j22wppQ0

        Scott Adams thinks Trump is Obama.

      • Octopus says:

        Adams sez:

        Apparently FOX chief Roger Ailes called Trump and made peace. And by that I mean Trump owns FOX for the rest of the campaign because his willingness to appear on their network will determine their financial fate. BAM, Trump owns FOX and paid no money for it. See how this works? That’s what a strong brand gives you.

        Fox is the most successful news organization in the world. Trump doesn’t own Fox, in the slightest. Both parties benefit from a non-war-footing relationship. Adams, get a grip.

    • Daedalus says:

      What a nightmare to have to choose 2 police state loving assholes like Hillary or Trump.

      • Octopus says:

        Trump is the ultimate stalking-horse. He’s got a marginally better chance of becoming president than I do. Meanwhile, 15 months out, the Left is obsessing over him and freaking out at the crazy things he says. I hope it goes on for awhile. 🙂

      • Bunk X says:

        Trump = Perot.

  14. Because olo says:

    • Octopus says:

      I miss those old UFO days. We’ve lost the magic. The only aliens amongst us are illegal immigrants from Mexico. 😦

  15. Because olo says:

    Stinky-Toot’s here.

  16. swamprat says:

    If Hillary wins, will Huma Abedin be vice president?

    Or second lady?

    • Because olo says:

      Does that mean there’ll be a Weiner in there somewhere?

    • swamprat says:

      Hillary runs into bedroom, throws luggage on the bed:

      “Bill! I can’t believe it! They elected me!”

      That’s great! But its months till Obama moves out. Whadda ya think? Bahamas? Cancun? I know this great place in Thailand!

      That’s great, honey! And I’ll bet you do. But it really doesn’t matter. Just get out. Now.

    • Octopus says:

      She might be Shrill’s body woman, as Love was Obama’s body man. She seems to be even more of an active presence, though.

  17. Octopus says:

    It’s hilarious, watching him struggle with his Obamaphone. 😆

  18. Octopus says:

    Sad, Sick And Twisted Dept: Morgan Freeman’s step-granddaughter, the one with whom he was rumored to have carried on a long romance, was stabbed to death in NYC this morning.


  19. Octopus says:

    They sure like to freak out over words, don’t they? I mean, how many young blacks were gunned down by other young blacks this week in the streets? Are there other things to be outraged about, besides words?

    • OLT's We've Struck Ponytail Grease says:

      Ummm, I’m part of of White America(TM), and you’re really generalizing here.

      Racism is also a form of generalization.

      Just sayin’.

      • Octopus says:

        White America(TM) deserves the real deal trademark symbol. We didn’t come all the way over here from Ireland, with our wives on our backs, to get disrespected with a capitalized parenthetical.

      • Pakimon says:

        White America™

        Octo forgot to mention the wives on our backs had a keg of Irish whiskey under each arm. 😀

      • Octopus says:

        Put your hair-shirts on, White America™. It’s time to go to work.


        White America dons the shroud of guilt
        The Globe and Mail
        Published Saturday, Aug. 15, 2015 8:00AM EDT

        Michael Brown’s death last year in Ferguson, Mo., created a new martyr for the black movement in America. Never mind what really happened: to many people, black and white alike, Mr. Brown was the victim of racist policing in a racist system in which all whites are complicit. If you question this narrative, beware. You will be judged as part of the problem.

        But is it true? Is the system racist? Are all whites complicit? According to the most influential black intellectual in the U.S. today, the answer is yes.

        “Here is what I would like for you to know,” writes Ta-Nehisi Coates in his new book, which is addressed to his 14-year-old son. “In America, it is traditional to destroy the black body – it is heritage.”

        Mr. Coates is being widely described as the heir to James Baldwin, the novelist and social critic whose powerful work on the brutal realities of race galvanized an earlier generation of Americans. Much of the nation remained segregated then. Black people were denied their voting rights, and racists blew up little girls in churches.

        As Mr. Coates tells it, nothing has changed. Instead of being gunned down by the Klan, black men are gunned down by the cops. Racism is still the essence of America. White prosperity was built on black suffering, which created the privileges that white people enjoy today. Black-on-black carnage (as in Chicago, where gun crime is epidemic ) is the poisoned fruit of white supremacy, and is embedded in a structure that is dominated by whites. If you are white, you have an unfair advantage based solely on your skin colour. You are part of the problem.

        Mr. Coates’s book, Between the World and Me, has been lionized by the white intelligentsia. “Extraordinary,” said The New Yorker’s David Remnick. David Brooks, the usually level-headed New York Times columnist, sincerely asked if he, as a white man, has the moral standing to question any part of it. The Times’s film critic, A.O. Scott, called his writing “essential, like water or air.”

        But some are skeptical of all this rapture. “This is more than admiration. It is an affirmation of enlightenment,” observed Carlos Lozada, the Washington Post’s book critic. “The more radical Coates’s critique of America, the more tightly America embraces him.”

        The racial horrors of the past are undeniable. But the reality of black life has changed immensely since the ’50s. Black governors, mayors, and a president are the new normal. Black families are far more prosperous. Although discrimination has by no means disappeared, social attitudes have undergone a revolution. Yet even as racial attitudes and racial equality evolve, enlightened people rush to don the shroud of guilt.

        Much of the liberal establishment today is obsessed with white supremacy, and what to do about it. Schoolteachers are required to take “cultural proficiency training,” so that they can “recognize the impact of systemic oppression of people in America who are not heterosexual white men.” The New York Times is currently publishing an exhaustive series on white privilege that features interviews with intellectuals such as Joe Feagin, a (white) sociologist who claims that Americans are no less racist than they ever were (they just disguise it better), and that children are indoctrinated into racism from the time they’re babies. When Mr. Coates published an article in The Atlantic last year calling for trillions in reparations, it was received with widespread enthusiasm.

        Some black intellectuals, however, are not all crazy about the cult of Coates. The political commentator John McWhorter argues that the doctrine of structural racism according to Mr. Coates has become a new form of liberal religion. His book is not so much an intellectual argument as a fiery testament from the pulpit. White progressives have embraced the gospel because it allows them to feel absolved from the charge of racism. By professing their guilt, they can also display their virtue to their peers. “You have original sin, you have this guilt, you acknowledge your guilt,” Mr. McWhorter said in a recent podcast. “What you’re doing is being religious – eating the wafer and life goes on.”

        Mr. McWorter calls this a form of social signalling. Whether it really helps to ease racial tensions in America – or advance the cause of black people – is beside the point. “When you acknowledge your white privilege it doesn’t do anything for us,” he said. “It has nothing to do with creating change.”

        The religion of structural racism allows everyone to duck the profound challenges still faced by the black community. It disempowers people and absolves them of responsibility. If structural racism is to blame for black violence, then communities will never be able to heal themselves. Mr. McWhorter argues that blaming white racism for the existential crisis in black communities like Chicago’s is a monstrous evasion. “Why do black lives matter more when white people take them than when black people take them?” he asks. “But you’re not supposed to ask that.”

        In Mr. Coates’s world, race is destiny. (Never mind that the United States is increasingly diverse – to him it’s still black and white.) Like James Baldwin, he’s convinced that America can never be reformed. But Mr. Baldwin had a counterpart – Martin Luther King, who preached a narrative of progress, hope, and redemption. “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends towards justice,” he said. The arc is very long indeed, but I think he was right.

        Where is today’s equivalent of Martin Luther King? Tragically, he doesn’t exist. And if he did, nobody would listen to him. He’d be booed off the stage as an Uncle Tom. The tragedy of race relations in America today is that nihilism and rage are a bigger draw.

      • OLT's It's Fucking BRIGHT Outside The Donkey Show says:

        The bearer of my surname came to Pennsylvania in 1763 from Ireland, but it’s doubtful he or his son were Irish. However, that’s where the boat left from, so I can say “Mick” all I like.

        /which is the sum total of my white privilege, except that I also own the ethnic “slurs” for a few other white tribes, including “Bohunk”.

        Not that I give a damn. I’m from Texas, not Europe, Africa, or any other cool place.

        So all you tribalists out there trying to split the vote by inciting dead tribal hatreds can go to the Donkey Show and stay. For “…I have sworn upon the altar of God eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man.” ***

        *** some dead white guy removed from the Democrat Party

  20. Arachne says:

    Interesting…..60 Minutes sent an undercover investigator with a hidden camera posing as a buyer to the Lumber Liquidator plant in China investigating high levels of formaldehyde in the laminate flooring sold by Lumber Liquidators.

    I’m sure we’ll be hearing how the video was deceptively edited. And how 60 Minutes was dishonest. And that they LIED. And I’m sure 60 Minutes will be posting the uncut video on the news website.


  21. Because olo says:

    OMG, is he really this stupid? Really?

    • Arachne says:

      Really, and just HOW would it do that? He says round them up and ship them out. Surprise. Ask around California. We’d drive the damn buses.

      And he is for an end to birthright citizens. Most people ARE, Dumbshit. And a case can be made for it. I love how they say, “but the Surpeme Court…” Uh, the Supreme Court ruled in Dred Scott and Plessy and overturned them both. So, here’s a thought. Stick to what you know. The list is WAY shorter.

  22. Juan Epstein says:

    Breaking: Old white man considers supporting old white man for president.

  23. Because olo says:

    Looks like somebody hired Ludwig.


    If you see a 12 mile high tower “invented by scientists”, it’s probably a good idea to stay 12 miles away from it. 13 to be safe.

  24. JimboXL says:

    A progressive who’s still fine with Obola spying on all Americans crying about a police state, that is nearly as funny as a progressive declaring an immigration policy as insane while being totally fine with letting foreigners from Ebola hot zones into our country at the height of the outbreak. I also didn’t hear any concern over the poor children here being paralyzed by the virus the DHS children from Honduras brought with them last summer. Not to mention incurable TB that they have gifted us with.

  25. Bunk X says:

    • Bunk X says:

      Diego UK is kind of interesting.

      • swamprat says:

        So golly, if the economy improves, the rate of unemployment will decrease AND government social supports will be less strained?
        Does Obama know about this?
        Is it legal?
        Maybe we could start manufacturing and produce our own energy!
        Crazy talk, I know, but a man can dream.

  26. Arachne says:

    Didn’t he win an award for “Best Conservative Blog” back in the day? I don’t remember him refusing it.

    • Octopus says:

      Part of his being “misled,” was that he lost the ability to refuse praise and acclamation for hosting the biggest group of anti-Islamofascists in the world, for 8 years. He was deeply misled.

    • Chunky's Missing Brain says:

      He was misled into accepting it by racists, but he wasn’t one.

  27. Octopus says:

    Sterno: The Cruelest Master?

    Gus is the helpless slave mistress of this stern ol’ taskmaster. 😦

    Been there.
    8 hours ago
    8 hours ago
    Dos gardenias para ti Con ellas quiero decir Te quiero, te adoro, mi vida. Ponles toda tu atención Porque son tu corazón y el mío.
    8 hours ago
    Chill out.
    8 hours ago
    8 hours ago
    Because. You can’t.
    9 hours ago
    Don’t fuck with me. I’ve got this.
    9 hours ago
    Hmm. twitter.com/sprintcare/sta…
    9 hours ago
    9 hours ago
    Don’t really care.
    9 hours ago

  28. Octopus says:

    Speaking of stern ol’ taskmasters, how about this guy? At first I was thinking, oh, relax. Then I decided he was taking a stand against something-for-nothing, and I stood up and applauded. Thank you, sir. Your boys will thank you later.

    The first sports trophy I ever received was for “Most Improved Player,” in my first year of Pee Wee hockey. I could barely skate when the season began, and my coach fixed that with a LOT of drills and remedial work. I even scored a couple of goals, by the end of the season. It felt great, getting that trophy. I still have it. 😳 (not on display, but in the basement somewhere)


  29. Octopus says:

    Gutfeld didn’t bite. Back to Greenwald! 😆

    • Arachne says:

      Greenwald won’t either. He needs to engage if he’s gonna get $$ for the begging bowl that he’s somehow vanquishing the right. It seems, BTW that they’ve taken to ignoring him as well. That or he’s blocked them all.

  30. OLT's It's Fucking BRIGHT Outside The Donkey Show says:

    I have a solution.

    Fund Planned Parenthood from Al Sharpton’s back taxes.

  31. windbag says:

    I’m sure the lefties will consider this to be evidence of Christian violence.


    • Octopus says:

      Clearly fundamentalist Christian madness, gone berserk. What Chunky’s been warning us about for several years now. Guess you were right, Stabby-Chunks.

  32. Octopus says:

    I’m having a tough time letting go of the Tigers’ season, after hearing the other day that an ESPN writer thinks they gave up too early by selling at the deadline. Aye caramba. I don’t think that’s the case, and they needed the young arms they picked up for soon-to-be FA’s that wouldn’t be back next year, but you still have to wonder what might have been, now that the best hitter in baseball has returned to the lineup. Not to mention, Verlander looks like he’s returning to form, after a brilliant start the other day.

    So, what can be done now? Well, there’s still the August 31 waiver draft, the last chance to pick up players that can help get you to the postseason, but can’t play for you in the playoffs. Having given up Price, we could nab a starter from somewhere — possibly James Shields, who has underperformed this year in San Diego? Unlikely, but possible. Dombrowski has been fired, but his replacement might be looking to do something shifty to get off to a good start.

    We aren’t going to win the Series this year, but it would be fun to sneak into the playoffs and maybe give somebody a scare in the first round.

    • Abu says:

      I offer you a set on the Cubs bandwagon at not cost for the balance of the season.

      • Octopus says:

        Will I get to participate in all the day-drinking? Because that appears to be the best part of being a Cubs fan. 🙂

    • kbdabear says:

      The Tigers had enough hitting where Cespedes wouldn’t be greatly missed, and even Price can be offset by Daniel Norris. However, trading away Soria left you with no credible bullpen.

      Since the Royals are far ahead, the Tigers would be rolling the dice for a 1 game playoff for the Wild Card

      Thank Dombrowski you still have your core lineup and some very good MLB ready and near ready pitchers for next year

      • Octopus says:

        Yes, I still think Dombrowski did the right thing, at the time. We were 5.5 games out of the playoffs at that point, with Verlander getting lit up and Cabrera sidelined. We had too many issues to overcome.

        However, now we’re only 4.5 games out, and if Ausmus hadn’t blown the game yesterday by pitching to Altuve with a man on third, it could be four. Even so, there’s a lot of season left, for the Tigers to do something. I wouldn’t be shocked if we snuck into the playoffs, and I wouldn’t be shocked if we finished way out, with a season-ending slump. It’s just a tale of two teams, and one of them sucks.

  33. Octopus says:

    The Shrillary Email Nontroversy is smoking like a smoldering tire fire, backing up to a fireworks factory. Who put a used tire dump next to the fireworks factory, btw? Very poor planning.

    As Dem strategist Pat Caddell was saying last night, just ONE smoking-gun email to be found in the maze of printed, deleted and possibly recovered emails will spell the end of Shrill’s campaign, and the beginning of a possible prosecution phase. No wonder Fatass is starting to shift his sweaty affections over to Biden.


    I think the merde’s about to hit the fan. I can’t wait to see how Chunky-poo spins this development.

    • Arachne says:

      She’s all “no one ever asks me about it – the American people don’t care.”
      Wanna BET, Thunder Thighs? Maybe if you got close to someone your handlers didn’t hand pick to walk next to you……

    • Because olo says:

      The hell of it is that you know there’s a complete copy of everything in Moscow and another in Beijing, and maybe a third in Tehran. There may also be a fourth in Jerusalem. Stay tuned.

    • kbdabear says:

      Toot be all like ..

  34. kbdabear says:


  35. Chunky's Missing Brain says:

    Despite being a raging commie SJW in lip service Chunkles McToot has his favorite for profit businesses. Apple which took heat last year for being racist (favors white and asian men). Another is Amazon which funnels him a little money when someone buys through his blog portal. Turns out Amazon is an abusive hell-hole of an employer that shits on sick employees and those trying to juggle work and other serious family and health issues. And does not promote employees who aren’t willing to work 80 hours a week and live and breathe their profit grubbing corporate culture.


    • Because olo says:

      Welcome to the socialist worker’s paradise of Seattle.

    • kbdabear says:

      Apple profits depend heavily on Chinese labor with their starvation wages, slavery work hours, horrid working conditions, and total disregard for health and safety

      It’s like the hippies who loved Volkswagens that were commissioned by Hitler and built in Nazi factories

    • ISpeakJive says:

      That’s pretty much Silicon Valley in a nutshell. They own your ass and vacation is a dirty word.