Religious fanatics control America!

I am convinced Charles lives in an alternate reality when I see tweets like this from him.

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99 Comments on “Religious fanatics control America!”

  1. swamprat says:

    Religious fanatics control the government.
    Government allows abortion.
    Government allows trade with countries that oppress Christianity,
    Government allows trade with countries that oppress Israel.
    and women.
    and Jews.

    So of what persuasion are theses guys?

  2. ISpeakJive says:

    Paranoia will destroy ya.

  3. Because olo says:

    He’s right. The Islamic POTUS does control America.

  4. Because olo says:

    U-huh…

  5. Because olo says:

    Toot the ‘tard tweets…

  6. Octopus says:

    https://theintercept.com/2015/12/02/barrett-brown-the-government-explains-why-it-took-my-email/

    I’m so glad to hear Barrett’s still getting his morphine, in prison. Don’t ever change, prison buddy!

  7. ISpeakJive says:

    All the replies are like ” he will force you to or you go to re-education camp.” This from the crowd that enforces PC via sensitivity training and public shaming and forced resignations

    Every single one of them missed the entire point. It’s hopeless!

  8. Octopus says:

    Not to be missed…send to all your libturd friends and family! 🙂

  9. Octopus says:

    Actually, the whole thing is awesome. I love the outraged old moonbat-lady. 😆

    • pineapple says:

      I was looking around a garage sale one Saturday, and this old blue haired lady started talking to me like I was a progressive. Everything she said she assumed we were in agreement. I fake smiled and nodded my head up and down. I still to this day regret not knocking her the fuck out.

  10. Octopus says:

    Chunky can sleep now. The bad CO2 is going to get controlled now, thanks to Obama. 😆

  11. Octopus says:

    😆 Oh, Gustavo. You’re a card, sometimes.

  12. pineapple says:

    Just one more stupid thing to be nullified in a year. The new president is going to spend a lot of time fixing the ridiculous mess Obumo made.

  13. Because olo says:

    Uhh … no.

  14. Because olo says:

    😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

    • Because olo says:

      😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

      • calo says:

        Funny as hell, olo. Love seeing Johnson work himself into a lather, stalking the mockers.

        • Because olo says:

          And all because we’re not in awe of his deep understanding of greenhouse physics.

          vvvvv

          It’s one thing to be a dope. It’s another thing to be a bombastically proud dope. 😆

        • Octopus says:

          Because he never reads here. That’s how he knows all about how we mock his ridiculous inanity, daily. 😆

          P.S. Eat a bag of gummi-dicks, covered in artisan Cheez-Whiz, McDumbth. You know you will anyway, but I’m telling you to do it right now. While you’re reading this thread.

      • pineapple says:

        Hey Fatso I got your climate change hangin’.

        • Octopus says:

          He must know he’s completely wrong by now, unless he’s completely insane. No warming whatsoever in 18+ years…gee, Wally, Dad’s gonna be really cheesed-off about this. 😆

          Keep raving, though, Fatass. Maybe the Media Matters Midgets will cut you a check, one of these years, and stop you having to beg so pathetically for nickels and dimes from strange rangers. How much of a check will you need, big guy? A hundred g’s do ya? I’ll talk to Al, see what’s left of the “Inconvenient Truth” slush-fund.

  15. Because olo says:

    😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

    Actually, no, Toot. Any “storage” is incidental. CO2, according to greenhouse theory, traps heat.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenhouse_effect

    Read wikipedia some time, Toot. Or go ax Ludwig, and he’ll ‘splain it with his feeling fridge.

    Oh, that’s right. You offed him, dint you?

    What a maroon. 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

    • ISpeakJive says:

      Stores it, LOL

      He clearly does not “get” the physics involved, whatsoever. But he puts himself out there as an “expert” who’s judgement should be highly valued.
      How can he begin to grasp the physical energy balance that the models are trying to predict not understanding the basics of radiation, etc.

      He can’t. He’s just parroting people he trusts. Pathetic.

      • Because olo says:

        I doubt that the people he’s parroting say “stores”. He doesn’t even have the brains of a parrot, to get the words right.

        Polly wanna cheeto?

  16. Because olo says:

    This is rich.

    • swamprat says:

      I tried to believe.I found the principle to be sound, but the hyperbole, drama, and alarmism was off-putting.Then I saw them denying major events: the Little Ice Age and the Middle Ages Warming Period. Then the Middle Ages Warming period was explained away by ASSUMING cooler temps in other areas – with no evidence shown. The tree ring data seemed to be culled from trees with obvious damage.
      Sorry. Science is not dependent on salesmanship. Pi is not a product of consensus and gravity has fall rates which do not have to rely on cherry-picked data.

      • swamprat says:

        “but the hyperbole, drama, and alarmism was off-putting.”

        • Octopus says:

          I started studying up on the subject in the late ’90’s, when I was still fairly libturded, and voting Democratic. I’d parted from the ACLU, and was examining a lot of stuff. I soon found there was absolutely no there, there, in regards to AGW Theory. I read rebuttals from the likes of Michael Crichton and other men of science, trashing the computer models and theory in general, and ALL of those denunciations have turned out to be true, at least to this point. To say or think otherwise, as Fatass does, is completely ignorant. It’s politically and financially motivated for most of the charlatans espousing it today, but I think our poor, broke-ass beggar really believes the shit. Which is really sad. 😦

          • Because olo says:

            It isn’t so much that there’s no there there, as much as not enough there there. And Mt. Toot illustrates perfectly the depth of understanding of your typical warmista when he says CO2 “stores” heat. It’s almost like his depth of understanding of greenhouse physics is on a par with his depth of understanding of web programming and shit. 😆

            I think (but am not completely sure) that Ludwig at least got the overall contours of the argument more-or-less right. Toot’s off pissing in a Mountain Dew bottle on this one. 😆

          • Because olo says:

            And BTW, FWIW, Judith Curry, who is generally apolitical, just testified to the senate, and then made a comment on her blog that she was rather impressed with Ted Cruz’s understanding of climate science.

            It’s looking like Dershowitz is right. The guy’s off-the-scale brilliant.

    • Bunk X says:

      Dude. The Scopes trial was a tongue-in-cheek stunt.
      Your “open mind” is a wind tunnel, Charles.

  17. Because olo says:

    He’s smashed early tonight.

    You’re an asshole,
    24 minutes ago
    You’re assholes. That cool.
    25 minutes ago
    Because you’re dumb.
    26 minutes ago
    Virtuous while being stupid. Whatever.
    27 minutes ago
    Slams chair.
    28 minutes ago
    He’s mad.
    28 minutes ago
    Dumb people, Rolls chair.
    29 minutes ago
    Stupid people and dumb.
    30 minutes ago
    Asshole is mad.
    31 minutes ago
    Sorry. Dealing with an asshole.
    31 minutes ago

  18. Bunk X says:

    What happened to @LucyDynamo? Which #TwitterGulag Cell is she in? I hope she has plenty of beer and cake.

  19. Because olo says:

    And…?

  20. Because olo says:

    Hmm…

  21. Because olo says:

    Continuing the climate theme…

    • Octopus says:

      Tell me his real name isn’t “Greenhouse.” Please tell me that.

      • Octopus says:

        http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/g/steven_greenhouse/index.html

        Oh, jeezus. And his resume reads like a recipe for “Delusional Left-Wing Moonbat Journalist, First Class.” Betcha his folks have ties to the Communist Party.

        Mr. Greenhouse, a graduate of Wesleyan University, says a long-time interest in the civil rights movement and poverty issues helped interest him in covering labor and workplace issues. When he was growing up on Massapequa on Long Island, his parents–a teacher and a social worker–brought him along on civil rights marches and raised him to be concerned about racial discrimination, migrant workers and the less fortunate in general. Once enrolled at the NYU School of Law, he dove into classes on constitutional law with Professor Norman Dorsen, who was then president of the ACLU, and on women, poverty and the law with Professor Sylvia Law. “You learned how to think on your feet and sort through very complicated material,” he says of those professors’ courses. Professor Law’s class, he says, “offered a refreshing picture of how the law could be used to aid disadvantaged groups.”

        Oh, yeah. Fellow Travellers, fer sure. 😆

  22. kbdabear says:

    Says the fat idiot who trolls #tcot and jumps into their timelines with “lolwut”

  23. Because olo says:

    He must still be sober.

    Drink up, goose. We’ll know you’re pickled when you start telling us about how CO2 stores heat.

  24. rightymouse says:

    When liberals eat each other….

  25. rightymouse says:

    Fatass has his panties in a twist…lol!

    • Octopus says:

      The fat POS is mad about being blocked, when he brags about blocking people all day long, every day of the week? Sensing a disconnect. 😆

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  27. Octopus says:

    • Octopus says:

      BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!1!

      Please get deeply involved in this, Gustavo.

      • rightymouse says:

        I was going to make some popcorn, but since it’s such a beautiful evening and am heading off to wrap presents, I think I’m going to listen to some Xmas music. Here’s my favorite soprano and favorite version of the “Ave Maria”.