Category: I Rest my Case

Fox News Comments was created to expose the audience that Fox News caters to. Every comment is posted as it was shown on or Some of what you read will make you laugh, some of what you read will shock you. Fear-mongering and hate-mongering have proven a very successful ratings-grabber for Fox News, but it’s generated about as much hate and fear as can be expected. So stick around – you might learn a slur that should have been dead decades ago!

via Fox News Comments

C&T:  I can’t say I’m shocked at these comments…ya gotta consider the source, FOX News seems to cater to righteous inbred idiots.  It’s kind of scary, though, that there are so many nut jobs out there so filled with rage and hate.


He cries in TV interviews, he cries on the floor of the House of Representatives, he cries at the RNC. And he laughs all the way to the bank.

Why does talking about kids make incoming House Speaker John Boehner so weepy? Well, maybe because he’s about to screw over a whole generation of them. I know that would get me a bit misty. Still, I’d have to hydrate for most of the day to run the kind of irrigation Boehner does in every damn speech.

via Doug Molitor: 12 Things That Make Boehner Cry (Doug’s Dozen VIDEO)

C&T:  Sigh.  Just one more thing about John Boehner that irritates the living fuck outta me.  Ya know, if he was a woman, he’s be called “too emotional”.  But because he’s a man, he’s called (not by me) “sensitive”.  Bullshit.  I remain unimpressed.  Glenn Beck‘s a weeper, and so was Jimmy Swaggart.  Assclowns, all.



The story of how one lone idiot, pimping an 18th-century brand of community terrorism, held the media hostage and forced some of this nation’s most powerful people to their knees to fitfully beg an end to his wackdoodlery is an extraordinary one. It’s a modern media retelling of Faulkner’s “As I Lay Dying“, in which a gang of Islamaphobes, cast in the role of Addie Bundren, bamboozled the media into carrying their coffin full of malevolence on a journey of pure debasement.

via Quran Burning Story: This Is How The Media Embarrass Themselves

C&T:  I kept hounding the Old Man about this like he was a reporter.  I don’t understand how the media couldn’t see this asshole was a “media whore” simply looking for publicity.  Ane he got plenty of it at no cost.  He also stirred up every crazy hatemonger in the world.  What the fuckin’ FUCK!?

Yet one more reason to avoid Facebook

NASHUA, N.H. — Nashua police are crediting an alert off-duty police officer who heard fireworks with cracking a burglary ring that targeted homes known to be empty because of Facebook postings.

via Police: Thieves Robbed Homes Based On Facebook Posts – News Story – WMUR Manchester

C&T: At the very least, disable “Facebook Places” and don’t announce you’re off on a cruise. Thx, mansonsturtle!

(CNN) — The pastor of a Florida church planning to burn Qurans told CNN Tuesday while the congregation plans to go through with the action to protest the September 11, 2001 attack on the United States by al Qaeda, the church is “weighing” its intentions.

via Pastor weighing plans to burn Qurans amid U.S. warnings –

Earth to Jan Brewer… Earth to Jan Brewer…

WTF?  Arizona governor Jan Brewer suddenly got lost in her own backyard during a debate; staring off silently while the seconds ticked by.  After stating that she had pulled Arizona back from “the abyss” she sat and apparently stared into it.  Methinks the only abyss in Arizona is located squarely between her ears.

Him: "Any questions???" Me: "Nah. I know an assclown when I see one."

Scott Shrake: Beck’s Restoring Honor Rally: Rate the Teabaggers! (PHOTOS)      

It’s a fuckin’ circus of right-wing Teabaggers.  Is that an oxymoron?  Anyway, more scary than an army of clowns, IMHO.   

The right-wing’s saviour has spoken…but WHY THE FUCK do they believe him? He can’t even remember his own lies.  WTF!

Glenn Beck this weekend: “I know that many in this country think that I’m a fear-monger. It is not a . . it is not a label that, I think, applies . .”

Glenn Beck earlier: “I think what’s coming is horrific. I don’t even want to speak it out loud . .”

“I can tell you there will be rivers of blood . .”

“Are we headed for a one-world government . .”

“A global economic holocaust is coming . .”

“It’s September the Eleventh all over again, except we didn’t have the collapsing buildings . .”

“If you haven’t done your homework yet — what is it going to take? I urge you to catch up on it, and catch up on it fast. It’s kind of important, for a couple of reasons. One . . uhh . . the whole end of time thing . .”

Whatta hypocritical, full of shit, forked-tongued fuckin’ asshole.


(CNN) — Law enforcement officers may secretly place a GPS device on a person’s car without seeking a warrant from a judge, according to a recent federal appeals court ruling in California.

via Court allows agents to secretly put GPS trackers on cars –

You can kiss more privacy rights goodbye.

New Facebook feature raises more privacy concerns –


(CNN) — Based on comments on news sites and Facebook‘s official blog, many users appear apprehensive about Facebook Places, the social-networking site’s new location feature.

It’s not clear whether users’ unfavorable reactions stem from privacy concerns or just confusion about the site’s Places feature, which allows users to “check in” at restaurants, bars and other gathering spots. But it may be a good thing for Facebook that the site has no “dislike” button.

via New Facebook feature raises more privacy concerns –

The link is now sweeping across the social networking site as users sign up to criticise comments, photographs and videos posted by so-called friends, technology blog Mashable reported.

via Facebook ‘dislike button’ is a scam | The Daily Telegraph

Yes. This is a tree.

No, none of the signs in this collection come from any RNC event. Not yet, anyway. I’m not trying to make any predictions with these, but chances are they’ll trod out the classics to rev up the base: Oil drilling, gun carrying, gay-marriage bashing. Don’t be surprised if these turn up on T-shirts at the Republican National Convention in Tampa in 2012.

via Doug Lansky: 7 Signs You Might Spot At The Next Republican Convention (PHOTOS).

Eternal,  my ass

No shit…they must’ve taken more than one or two of these photos here in San Antonio.  I’ve seen some truly butt-ugly car hoods down here.  Lots of virginal (?), half-naked Mayan or Aztec princesses with huge rubbery tits  and fat asses being tossed into volcanoes or having their heart cut out while a virile warrior in a loincloth weeps copious tears nearby.  How fuckin’ romantic.   

Oh yeah!  You also HAVE to have your last name in the back window written in huge Olde English font.

The Most Ridiculous Car Hoods Of All Time (PHOTOS)

Thx, mansonsturtle!


Casey Anthony’s Mother Implicated in Mail Fraud – Crime & Courts :

The whole family is looney tunes, IMHO.  Lock all of them up and throw away the keys.



Another Tuesday, another round of Republican primaries pitting self-proclaimed Tea Party candidates against their (sometimes slightly, sometimes considerably) more moderate opponents—and yet another sign that the Glenn Beck brigade is a long way from “taking back the country,” despite all the hype.

via The Tea Party’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Night – Newsweek.

House Republicans late Thursday were able to corral enough votes to defeat a bill that would have provided up to $7.4 billion in aid to those sickened by toxins resulting from the 9/11 attacks.
In the process, they set off a host of fiery speeches and denunciations from their Democratic colleagues and produced a veritable YouTube moment from Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y), whose district includes many of the affected.

via Anthony Weiner Goes Ballistic At GOP For Killing 9/11 Responders Health Care Bill (VIDEO).

The Republicans strike again.  Anthony Weiner tells it like it IS.  Not “politics as usual”.  I like him. A LOT.

For several days now, Senate Republicans have ridiculed their Democratic counterparts for prioritizing campaign finance legislation over a bill that would benefit small businesses, arguing that Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) was putting electoral advantages over jobs for everyday people.

On Tuesday, the DISCLOSE Act failed to get the needed votes for cloture, in the process providing the Senate the time needed to move on to other business.  But when leadership brought a revised version of the small business bill to the floor on Thursday morning, they were met with united Republican opposition. Despite complaining about the delay in consideration, Republicans filibustered the measure by a vote of 58 (in favor of cloture) to 42 (against).

via GOP Filibusters Small Business Bill After Criticizing Dems For Delay

We’re only three months away from the midterm election when a shockingly large number of American voters will inexplicably vote for Republican candidates.  I have no idea if this will mean a Republican takeover of the House or Senate or both,  but there will definitely be enough voter support for Republicans to significantly reduce the Democratic majorities in the House and Senate.

Why?  Because too many voters tend to be low-information, knee-jerk Springfield-from-The-Simpsons types,  and the Republicans have lashed their crazy trains to this new wave of inchoate roid-rage to help sweep them into more congressional seats.

via Bob Cesca: The GOP Plot to Screw the Economy and the Middle Class

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