Slow Adventures in Slothville

August 29, 2008

McCain picks a Doozy. I mean, Floozy

Filed under: Celebrity Whoredom, Politics — shhville @ 11:10 pm

Ok, so I was right in the middle of thinking about thinking about posting when I heard that Sarah Larson was picked for Republican Veep! ALRIGHT SARAH, YOU GO!

Look at her brain wheels spinning while Clooney blathers on – she’s been planning this shit for a while. She’s all, “Just you wait, I’ma be a big fuckin star, bro. I’ma get me a different old man to hang onto and his name’s JOHN MCBAIN!”

Sarah plots her Whitehouse makeover....um, takeover....

Sarah plots her Whitehouse makeover....um, takeover....

*rock me Sarah Larson, uh Sarah Larson….rock me Sarah Larson….*

McCain better watch out, though, I hear that bitch is a biter.

CHOMP!!

CHOMP!!

MCBAIN/LARSON ’08!!!!!!!!!!

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February 5, 2008

Ok, we voted!

Filed under: Penny, Politics — shhville @ 9:58 pm

Civic duty and all that… It seems that most people I know are voting for Obama, but I went the other way. I like Hillary. I’ve always liked her. And if anyone can wrangle the big beast of bureaucracy and OWN that shit, it’s the H-bomb. Good luck to everyone! Um….except the Republicans, fuck those guys.

September 20, 2007

Cure in a Nutsack

Filed under: Politics — shhville @ 6:44 pm

Hey, old white men concerned about stem cell research and family values! Hey! Guess what? PROBLEM SOLVED, BITCHES. Now, if you’ll just hold still a sec while we cut open your nutsack¬† and – wh-what’s that? You changed your mind about protesting embryonic stem cell research? Yeah, fuck those embryos anyways, right? Riiiiiiiiiight.

January 12, 2007

Revelation

Filed under: Politics — shhville @ 3:23 pm

I just noticed this today. I think it explains a lot.

 

December 7, 2006

Fucktard of the Day:

Filed under: Politics, Reproductive Rights — shhville @ 3:47 pm

From CNN.com:

Carrie Gordon Earll, a policy analyst for the conservative Christian ministry Focus on the Family, expressed empathy for the Cheney family but depicted [lesbian daughter Mary Cheney’s] pregnancy as unwise.

“Just because you can conceive a child outside a one-woman, one-man marriage doesn’t mean it’s a good idea,” Earll said. “Love can’t replace a mother and a father.”

November 28, 2006

Republicans are funny.

Filed under: Politics — shhville @ 9:11 pm

Can you tell I’m lethally bored today? Gawd, I can’t believe I have to sit here on my furbutt for another HOUR.

I’m sure you’ve all seen this on DailyKos by now, but it’s so funny, I had to paste it on here:

From: “Senator Elizabeth Dole” <news@gopsenators.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 12:02:24
To:
Subject: Recovering from our Post-election debt

Help us Retire our Debt!

You have already done so much these past two years to help us protect our Republican Senate Majority – Thank you!

But right now, the NRSC is being buried under an avalanche of post-campaign debt… We need to address this problem at once in order to wipe-out our debt and make sure we have the funds to start 2007 with the maximum strength possible.

Please make an online donation right now to help the NRSC retire our 2006 campaign debt and set the stage for a GOP comeback over the next two years.
Dear Republican Friend,

I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for your generous support of our efforts to elect Republicans to the United States Senate this year.

I just wish I could say I’m writing today to celebrate a Republican victory — but as you know, we were beaten by the Democrats in a very difficult election year for Republicans nationwide.

But even though we were unable to retain our Senate Majority, I believe we can still walk away from this election with our heads held high…

…Despite the odds against us, we fought hard in all our U.S. Senate races and still managed to keep the Senate extremely close!

And given how close so many races were, I even authorized the NRSC to go into debt so we could put more money into important Election Day messages.

As a result, the NRSC is now in debt after we spent every last cent on last-minute advertising and other efforts.

That’s why I’m reaching out to the NRSC’s most loyal and generous supporters like you today.

If you are in a position to do so, please make an immediate online contribution to the NRSC in the amount of $25, $50, $75, $100, $250, or more to help us wipe-out our remaining debt and make sure we have the funds to start 2007 with the maximum financial strength possible.

Click here to donate to the NRSC’s debt reduction campaign!: <https://www.gopsenators.com/contribute/contribute.aspx?category_meta_id=5101e&gt;

I know you have already done so much this year. And I truly wish that I did not have to ask you for another contribution…

But if we let this debt linger, it will cripple our efforts to recruit great candidates for the next election and begin our drive to win the one additional seat we need to regain the Senate Majority.

So please, don’t let me down — Help the NRSC recover from our election debt at once.

Remember, the sooner we can pay off the debt from the last election and begin to focus on the next campaign, the greater our chances are of regaining the majority in the next election.

So please help me make sure the next NRSC Chairman can hit the ground running in 2007 with no debt.

Simply follow this link: <https://www.gopsenators.com/contribute/contribute.aspx?category_meta_id=5101e&gt; to help fund our debt retirement efforts with an immediate, secure online donation today!

No matter how much you can contribute, I want you to know that I deeply appreciate all that you have done for our Party, our Senate candidates, and me during the past year.

As my term as NRSC Chair comes to an end, I look back and cherish the great friendships I have made with loyal Republicans all across this country. I am truly thankful to have friends like you who are committed to our cause, our ideals and principles.

With my warmest best wishes,

Senator Elizabeth Dole
Chair, National Republican Senatorial Committee

June 22, 2006

Funny But Not

Filed under: Politics, Reproductive Rights — shhville @ 9:10 pm

Snagged this funny off of a comment on Planned Parenthood's MySpace page:


I'm getting my hair done next weekend, I think I'll give him a call…

Newsflash:

Filed under: Politics — shhville @ 2:59 pm

Bush Wants to Close Gitmo, Dismisses European Opinion On Shit As "Absurd"

Check it out. 

Thanks to Warrior Steve for the link. 

(Looks like it might be a short attention span day.) 

June 20, 2006

Nutty Nutjob

Filed under: Politics — shhville @ 3:29 pm

I just had to share with you all this letter that Warrior Steve showed me from the Denton Record-Chronicle, his hometown newspaper. It made me do the can't-breathe laughing thing. If I were wearing pantz I would have peed them – enjoy (you liberal nuts).

Weird Al

Screwy Al Bore makes a movie about global warming. Man, if that ain’t funny, I don’t know what is.

What’s even funnier is that you screwy left-wing liberal nuts spent money to see it and you come out believing it. It should be filed in the comedy section at Blockbuster. The only global warming we have is the hot air the left-wing nuts are putting out.

The only reason I’m for abortion is the fact that you left-wing nuts would be growing in alarming numbers. Keep writing letters bashing me, you left-wing liberal nuts, because I get a good laugh from them.

When will you liberal nuts learn to think for yourselves and not depend on MSNBC, CNN, CBS and ABC news reporters on what to say the next day?

I will bet you liberal nuts that Al Gore will win every award in Hollywood that there is to win because you screwy liberals want to believe nuts like Al so bad that you will praise them in any way you can, thinking that normal folks like Republican Texans can be brainwashed as easy as you fools.

What part of that small brain is it that you liberal nuts use? No matter how hard I try, I can’t find it in mine. Fix global warming by 90 percent this year, liberal nuts, by keeping your mouths shut for at least a day. Screwy Al Gore, keep up the comedy. I am loving it.

Robert Davila,

Denton

December 21, 2005

Why you gotta H8?

Filed under: Politics — shhville @ 5:02 pm

I only had to click on “next blog” once to stumble upon this curiosity.

Because I tend to voraciously scroll down the page it took me a moment to understand the premise…

Ok, I still don’t really get it. Insights?

~After further consideration it seems like a community forum sort of thing. But hating America is as dumb as hating any country. You can hate the people in power or the people trying to attain power, you can even hate a culture. But a country? That’s like saying, “I hate Earth” because there happen to be people on it and people generally suck. That’s not Earth’s fault.

America is awesome! It’s just that a whole bunch of people who live inside of it happen to be complete assholes with a lot of power. That’s not America’s fault. Besides: America includes more than the United States, eh? Don’t be hatin’!

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