Charles Johnson: “Don’t Know Much About Hiss-tow-ree…”

…and he doesn’t recognize the clowns in what he calls the “Kavanaugh Confirmation Circus” either.

“But in the 1930s, during the Great Depression, the Statists successfully launched a counterrevolution that radically and fundamentally altered the nature of American society. President Franklin Roosevelt and an overwhelmingly Democratic Congress, through an array of federal projects, entitlements, taxes, and regulations known as the New Deal, breached the Constitution’s firewalls. At first the Supreme Court fought back, striking down New Deal programs as exceeding the limits of federal constitutional authority, violating state sovereignty, and trampling on private property rights. But rather than seek an expansion of federal power through the amendment process, which would likely have blunted Roosevelt’s ambitions, Roosevelt threatened the very makeup of the Court by proposing to pack it with sympathetic justices who would go along with his counterrevolution. Although Roosevelt’s plan failed, the justices had been effectively intimidated. And new justices, who shared Roosevelt’s statism, began replacing older justices on the Court. It was not long before the Court became little more than a rubber stamp for Roosevelt’s policies.” —Mark Levin, Liberty and Tyrrany, 2009

Charles, how ’bout we set up a GoFundMe account of, say, $5,000 for you to call in and debate US Constitution lawyer Mark Levin, payable if you last for more than 60 seconds? His radio show on AM870 starts at 3PM PST – you should be awake by then. 1-877-381-3811 is the number. Let us know if you’re game, or if you’re gonna puss-out on easy money.

186 Comments on “Charles Johnson: “Don’t Know Much About Hiss-tow-ree…””

  1. Bunk X says:

    Uh-oh. They got him now.

    • Bunk X says:

      Responses on that thread are pretty good. The “doctor” is a Huffpo contributor as well.

    • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

      Is that our sign? Are you really gonna get white people on the same page with that?

      • Octopus says:

        My sign is a little different:

        Shocking, eh?

        • Bunk X says:

          Early animated cartoon characters were essentially black minstrels, so they wore white gloves (yes. Mickey was a Negro) and they had 3 fingers and a thumb to make it easier for the animators. Human minstrels wore white makeup on their lips and white gloves in the movies so audiences could see their facial expressions and gestures, as people of color (and/or crackers in blackface) didn’t photograph well in early cinematography. Ergo, your graphic is both shocking and racist, adds a mutation that the racist gloved ‘toons never had, and is a permanent blot on the record of diversity promoted by this blog.

  2. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    And another in a long line of moronic business moves I really don’t care about.

    Like this one for instance.

    Even if they don’t throw you out like they did Sarah, if they find out you’re a conservative or a Repub what’s to stop them from spitting in you’re food? Not a damn thing.

  3. Octopus says:

    Chunky has replaced his rusty old “cycle of violence” with an electric scooter.

  4. rightymouse says:

    Join the club!

  5. rightymouse says:

    Methinks you lack stamina for any type of work.

  6. Octopus says:

    (p.s. I used the word “ignominious” to scare away the Trumpkins.)
    1 hour ago

    Will we still recognize America when this nightmarish presidency meets its inevitable ignominious end?
    1 hour ago

    Fatass thinks he used a big word. 😆

    • Bunk X says:

      Three-word syllables for Chuck are a challenge, but four?

      • Calo says:

        I had to count the syllabals, like, 5 times, on my fingers to get the count correct.

        • Bunk X says:

          Ig-no-min-yus. I count four.
          Another might count it Ig-no-min-ee-us, five.
          Charles counts it as Ig-no-min-ee-oh-oose, six.

          BTW, I heard that Dracula’s girlfriend went down for the count.

          • calo says:

            I come here for the lulz, that’s it.

            And, I enjoy the headlines.

            I’m still cheering for Gus to break Right.

          • Bunk X says:

            I gave him $10 for his gimpy leg. Took a risk and offered him work. Both were mistakes on my part. Slumboy thinks he can live on pity, but even his siblings know better than to try to give him a heapin’ helpin’ of good will.

          • Octopus says:

            Hoosier Hoops offered him a winter of cozy relaxin’, drinkin’, and wrasslin’…Gus turned him down flat, opting to stay in Denver and whine about the cold and mean streets of Mile High City.

  7. Bunk X says:

    From The Motherrship: Twitter hearing protester gets put on the block.

  8. Octopus says:

    Vanilla Ice works hard every day, ya bum. Keep his good name outcha mouf!

  9. Octopus says:

    That’s right, bitch-boy! 😆

  10. Octopus says:

    Heheh…I don’t think that word, “bombshell,” means what you think it means. 😆

    • Dezez157 says:

      Colbert is a self promoting moron with the personality that screams “Please use my head for batting practice”.
      Him and Chuck are both the type of juvenile, mentally stunted imbeciles that think fart jokes are the epitome of humor.

  11. Octopus says:

    The Left: Speaking Crazy To Power Since 2016!

  12. Octopus says:

    Magic Formula For Redemption!

    No matter how naughty and off the Libturd Plantation you’ve been, just attack Trump and all is forgiven. Worked for McCain, worked for Woodward…but why oh why won’t it work for Dear Fatass, despite ten years of groveling abasement? 😆

  13. rightymouse says:

    Going to see my new grandson tonight. 🙂

    • Bunk X says:

      Feed him strained beets on the sly, then bet his parents $20 that the poop will be purple tomorrow.

      • rightymouse says:

        Little guy is on special formula & mommy’s boob. Was able to hold him for the first time last night. 🙂

        • Bunk X says:

          Oh, so he’s a wee tad. File the Beets Bet away for future use, but do it before he gets to strained meat products. That’s when color-coding poop loses it’s fun due to the olfactory effects.

  14. ISTE says:

    Well, there is only one thing worse than living alone with two cats and becoming really ill for three days.

    Living alone with two cats and becoming really ill for three days and running out of cat food and treats.

    Just went and got them $15 in cat food and treats and me two bottles of fizzy water at 67 cents each for me.

    Life is good now….

    (Don’t worry, toilet paper will last until Sunday at current rate of use. )

  15. ISTE says:

    Asswiping 101

    00000820 00770 6 charles Sun, Jul 29, 2001 8:39:32am

    I fold. But I double the paper over at least once, sometimes more depending on the molecular density of the tissue at hand. Breakthrough should be avoided at all costs.

    On the issue of rubbing back and forth, I have advice straight from a proctologist’s, er, mouth. I was told one should never “wipe,” in the sense of dragging the tissue across the area vigorously in a scrubbing action. The best way is more of a “blotting” type of action, with several applications of tissue if needed.

    For those occasions (say, after a hearty Mexican dinner, or a satisfying repast of sauerkraut and wienerschnitzel) when the area seems to need more cleaning than the blotting approach affords, keep a package of wet napkins on hand. No, there’s nothing shameful about a wet wipe. Get over it.

    And for those (hopefully) rare occasions when even a wet wipe isn’t enough, a quick jump into the shower will leave you feeling fresh and sparkly again. (Assuming you felt that way before your bowels exploded.)

  16. ISTE says:

    00000648 00660 2 charles Thu, Jul 12, 2001 8:32:33am

    I have an ingrained fear of venomous reptiles clamping onto my penis with their poisonous fangs and thrashing about.

    Call me paranoid.

  17. Bunk X says:

    God Bless Billy Redden. He couldn’t fake banjo, but he was awesome.

    • Octopus says:

      “Hot damn, I could play with that guy all day!” Said nobody ever, about playing with Chunky Barry. 😆

    • Chunk’s pannus says:

      No of course not. But it’s a remarkable piece of movie magic. Especially considering Billy wasn’t really an actor or banjo player. They had a real picker behind him for those shots across his face, fret board and fingers. The idea that there are or could be human savants due to inbreeding hidden in the hills and mountains is highly seductive and thought compelling. All the characters are mythical in this movie. One thinks they’re seeing some gritty backwoods story but it’s more a human story of flawed characters, clash of worlds and tragedy.

      • Chunk’s pannus says:

        I think it’s why there no women in the movie. Each character is iconic: Burt the beautiful man’s man, pragmatic yet missing something, Voight the renaissance man who can’t kill, Beatty, a petty bullying bigot forced to face his vulnerability. The mountain people, proud, flawed and dangerous. But not ignorant as assumed.

  18. Octopus says:
  19. Octopus says:

  20. rightymouse says:

    Looky who made Twitchy! 🙂

    • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

      Is that not our own Barbie Sandwich?

      Krugman is perpetually wrong about everything. He espouses Keynesian solutions that never work and predicts catastrophe for common sense solutions that work every time. His main goal is the rape of the American taxpayer and the destruction of capitalism. But only after he’s sold his moron books to mouth-breathing leftists and feathered his NY nest and insulated himself from the unwashed moonbats with exclusive penthouse luxury and retirement security.

      Also, as Trump has astutely pointed out in the past, if the game was Popular Vote he would have played it way differently.

  21. rightymouse says:


  22. Octopus says:

    “Getting” 😆

  23. Octopus says:

    I just can’t. Not right now. 😆

  24. Octopus says:

    Thank God we don’t have to listen to this imbecile reading his ghostwritten glurge anymore, and now have a real human being as President. He really believes all the bullshit that’s been draped over him by the regressive mutants who control the media and entertainment worlds in this country. None of it’s true, all of it’s tired, long-debunked garbage, but he still basks in it like a little pig in his favorite wallow. Go away, loser!

    • Bunk X says:

      No transcipts, no cred.

    • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

      How sad the Dems idiotically trot out the race baiter Preezydunce they lost the most seats (over 1000 nationwide) and power under in a desperation move. Hoping a guy who beat their own last candidate at least partially by calling HER a racist can work his magic again by calling the current President a racist. Thereby calling pretty much the whole country a bunch of racists. So go out and VOTE DEMONCRAP you racist fuckers!

      Great message Demoncraps.

    • KGB says:

      If only Trump had campaigned against The Won. Finally, we would have someone in public who’s willing to take the gloves off against that fraud. He’d have hammered Obama over his college transcripts, his past drug use, his trip to Pakistan, his Muslim background, etc. And most importantly, he’d have shrugged it off when the left trotted out the race card.

      • Octopus says:

        I think there would have been ACTUAL heads exploding, if Trump had taken on and defeated Empty Suit in 2012. It would have been glorious! 😆

  25. Bunk X says:

    This is kinda fun.

    • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

      My fav was when the girl fell off the skateboard, kicking it into the path of the bike rider (holding an umbrella ironically to stay dry) sending him sprawling into a river.

    • Octopus says:

      Those videos are a bit of a rabbit-hole, eh wot?

  26. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    RIP Bill Daily and thanks for all the laughs. You always made it look so easy.

  27. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Thank God we have Robert Mueller protecting America from this public menace George Papadopoulos.

    Methinks the thought of getting back to his hot wife will give George the strength to get through his harrowing 14 day ordeal in federal prison.

  28. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Whoa. Alex Jones has been booted out of the App Store now too. His conspiracy theory empire is collapsing.
    9 hours ago

    Fatso doesn’t seem to get that AJ preceded social media. Like Rush (who doesn’t do social media at all) he has a radio empire. And he evidently makes more money with his dietary supplements than any advertising. IOW AJ positioned himself intelligently a long time ago. Unlike Fatso who cratered his one chance at an income stream and now begs for donations to his “Arts” GoFundMe to get 20 grand to fight the right over like what? 10 years? LOL! Charles you couldn’t even buy a new car when your 15 yr old Mitsubishi gas guzzler SUV was totaled by a fender bender. And you’re talking about empires collapsing?

  29. rightymouse says:

    Cast of thousands due at Chez Mouse for son’s b-day bash this afternoon. And it’s been raining. 😦

    • Octopus says:

      Is that teh Disney? The thing about Mickey, is that he loves a good party, as long as he can hear the “ching-ching-ching” of cash entering the coffers. Ergo, No Rainchecks!

      Hope it clears up. 🙂

      • rightymouse says:

        Not Disney. My house. It’s been raining so am grateful we have a lovely 2nd living room/bar area downstairs for the not-so-small kids who son’s known since 5th grade or later. 🙂 Can’t believe they all have jobs or are finishing up college. One is going for her Masters. Such nice kids. Just did cake & ice-cream & they are going to shoot guns out back, so I’m baby-sitting our doggy who doesn’t like the sound of guns.

  30. rightymouse says:

    Heh. Just a matter of time, asshole. 😆

  31. Octopus says:

    I really wanted Serena to win the US Open, but she got in her own way with a weak opening set against a fierce opponent, and then she had a meltdown after being broken in the second. I hope this is just another hurdle she’ll get over before another dominant season next year, but something about this feels like the beginning of the end of a great athlete’s career. I have a bad feeling the race card will be played during discussion of this brouhaha, because of course it will. I see it more like a McEnroe tantrum, which is unfortunate with a player of her age and accomplishments.

    • Octopus says:

      It was a bad look for Serena. And Osaka was winning the match, it looks like — terrible that her great triumph was booed by the crowd, even if the boo-birds were directing their bird-poop at the umpire. The ump was just doing his job, and not committing a sexist act on Serena. And nobody is entitled to an apology from a game official, especially when the ump is in the right.

      • Octopus says:

        “Every single year I’ve played here,” she’s been assaulted by the Rulekeepers. That’s 18 years of solid discrimination against Serena. In her own country! I’m flappergasted.

        • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

          Victimhood never wears well, especially when you’re a multi, multi bazillionaire darling of the entire planet.

    • Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

      It was extremely ugly and painful to watch. And I’ve always been a Serena fan. There was a certain amount of white washing done immediately after having to do with the way the ump dished out penalties, the fact that all the crews are doing coaching with their players using codes. And then Serena, a six time US Open champ claimed she never gets a fair shake there. And then later claimed some female rights victim hood because she feels men get to go more ape shit than women on court. All maybe valid issues. But don’t bring it up when you’re getting your ass kicked on center court. She took the dream away from many a great champions and yet none of them ever turned it into a circus about themselves….er women’s rights (which is it? they don’t like you or they don’t like women?) And leaving her standing there weeping instead of celebrating a great victory. She tried to hug her way out but we all know what we saw. Can’t say I’m going to be as big a fan in the future.

    • KGB says:

      Why has everyone insisted on calling Osaka “Japanese”? They never seem to reference her Haitian side. And for Christ’s sake, she moved to the US at the age of 3. That makes her more American than anything. Something’s strange about it all.

  32. Octopus says:

    After managing to avoid Pop Country for nearly 60 years, including most of the horrible “urban cowboy”-fad of the ’80’s, I am currently all-in. Something about the nostalgia, love of our country, respect for women, appreciation of what’s good and positive in life instead of all the hateful sexist bullshit of most of what passes for “musics” these days…not to mention, these boys are slick. It’s a lot of formula and crap, obviously, like all pop music and entertainment in general, but there’s a heart underneath. I mean, I knew about and liked a lot of country stars and particular songs over the years, but my car radio was never set to “Young Country” or “Country Top 40” like it is most of the time now.

    Blake understands how to use the formula and tropes, and he’s a good country singer. Will he make an honest woman out of Gwen Stefani? I doubt it. 😉

    • Octopus says:

      This song reminds me of the first time I went on a roadtrip with a girl, and we got drunk together in a strange bar Up North. A local yokel tried to cut in, and she shut him down hard. That gal had a tongue on her, in more ways than one.

      P.S. Some stories you don’t recall fondly with your significant other. A lot of us Baby Boomer’s Dads had such stories from their war years, we never heard. This is the prudent course. Never talk to your current love about any insignificant trollops you may have torpedoed in the past! Nothing good comes from it.

  33. Octopus says:

    Tropes that include dogs…ayup. 🙂

  34. OctopuShes says:

    She’s hawt. Bubba knows his young thangs. 🙂

  35. OctopuShes says:

    Not funny because it’s true,

  36. OctopuShes says:

    Yer smarter than Woods, Fatass. 😆

  37. OctopuShes says:

    …he said, quaffing a large bottle of human urine (his own).

    • OctopuShes says:

      Went to the pee-bottle for the sidebar win.

      “Urine the money! Urine the money!
      We’ve got a lot of what it takes to get along!
      Urine the money,
      The sky is sunny;
      Old Man Obama, you are through,
      You done us wrong!”

    • Bunk X says:

      Most of the shit in @realDonaldTrump’s timeline was posted by @Green_Footballs and his flying monkeys.

  38. Chunk is stuck on the couch and can't get up! says:

    Fun facts about Obungle’s fake spook commie Muslim convert political appointed weirdo at the CIA.

  39. rightymouse says:

    Is this what happens when Gussy is stoned/drunk or sober?

  40. rightymouse says:

    Suggestion – dump LGF.

    • Octopus says:

      Ironically, you’re in the same camp with those low-info Lefties roughly half the time you’re on Twitter. The other half, you’re a classic, “get off my lawn!”-old crusty white guy. Sensing a disconnect? 😉

  41. rightymouse says:

    We need to liven things up a bit around here. BOOBS!

  42. Octopus says:

    I love this old propaganda. 🙂

  43. Bunk X says:

  44. ISTE says:

    And away I go again….. Do not know where.

    • Octopus says:

      Being gay was still something of a stigma back then. Now that it’s considered somewhat better than being straight in some circles, and accepted almost everywhere, one needs to find something more shocking to offend the straights. I think bestiality is the next hot thing, now that transgenderism is turning out to be so problematic.

      • ISTE says:

        No it was not a stigma in the 80s and 90s.

        Freddy Mercury, Marc Almond, Jimmy Somerville were openly gay.

        But gerat music

        • Octopus says:

          I was thinking more of the 70’s. Guess the Bronski Beat came later. You’re right, there was a huge move towards acceptance of gay musical icons in that decade. Not everyone was cool with it, though.

          • ISTE says:

            After Jimmy Somerville formed Bronski beat there was the communards.

            Seriously hot female ( I think ) singer ..

            Don’t care what she had in her knickers. She could sing

          • Octopus says:

            She’s a gal, alright:

            Very interesting career. I wasn’t a fan of the Eurodisco scene at the time, but it brings back some nostalgic feelings now. I still went to discos in the early ’80’s, ‘cuz that’s where the girls were. Cultivated a “too cool to dance”-vibe, that went over poorly. 🙂

        • Bunk X says:

          Boy George.
          “Do you really want to hurt me?”
          Um, yes.

  45. Octopus says:

    Really think you’re the one to be throwing out insults like “bloated freak,” Fatass? The last time you showed yourself in public, you looked like you’d swallowed a beach ball full of chocolate eclairs and sadness. That was 15 years ago. 😆

  46. Octopus says:

    Keep blabbing that stuff, Barry! It’s really going to help your favorite candidates in the mid-terms. Help them lose, I mean. 😆

  47. Octopus says:

    It’s like these idiots are totally unaware Bannon was shit-canned by Trump right after the election, and then proceeded to trash the new administration. They think Bannon’s still working for Trump…secretly. Just like the Russians. 😆

  48. Bunk X says: