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Friday, June 17, 2011

Rule 5 — Pamela Anderson!

Thursday, June 16, 2011


Hillary's ex-personal assistant, Huma Abedin, wife of disgraced Congressman Anthony Weiner, was not present today as Weiner resigned from Congress in the wake of his sexting scandal.

Before a jeering crowd, Weiner thanked his parents for giving him his sense of values, causing his outraged mother to shout, "You take that back!"...

Bending Over Backwards When No One Is Pushing...

The foofaraw and phumphing over Ladd Ehlinger's viral video on Janice Hahn and CA-36 continues. Online reporter and American Spectator contributor Robert Stacy McCain has been all over the story.  But there's one thing he keeps beating himself up on unnecessarily... his grudging allowance that Fox outlet KTTV in Los Angeles may have sensationalized their exposĂ© of gangs, guns and gummint money in LA.

He needn't be worried.  Although it is a Fox outlet, KTTV has nothing to do with Fox News cable.  It is your typical local big-city news station, which is to say, cluelessly journalism-major-braindead lefty and reflexively in bed with the Democratic Party.  I  know this from personal experience.

I attended a meeting of a local Republican group back before the 2009 election that KTTV sent a crew to cover.  The producer was not happy to be there and was vocal about it.

Now, you gotta understand, these are Los Angeles Republicans; it's not like there's so many active ones that we don't know each other.  And it's California, where even the conservatives wear Hawaiian shirts, shorts and sneakers to dinner.

But there was a new guy there.  He looked like something Central Casting would send over if you sent out a call for 'Intolerant Southern Preacher" or "Bigoted Country Club Committee Member:" buzz-cut white hair, pinched Skeletor face, blazer and razor-creased trousers, and a necktie cinched up good and tight to make sure his wizened heart didn't accidentally pump any compassion up into his narrow brain.

The meeting gets into its Q&A session, with the Fox crew taping, and suddenly the guy stands up and asks, "I just want to know if any of the rest of you are worried about your cars outside with all those people over there?"

This has NOTHING to do with anything we've been discussing about the election.  Turns out he's asking us, on camera, if we're worried about the BLACK people from Inglewood, the next freaking neighborhood over, coming and stealing our cars.

The crowd reacts with absolute disgust and the guy sits back down.  A moment later, when the camera moves on, he jumps up and literally bolts from the room.

Fine.  Another asshole.  Ain't like there's a shortage out here.

But a few minutes later, one of our members goes outside for an evil cigarette, and finds the KTTV producer and the freak chatting away by the news van, laughing and having a high old time.

A ringer?  A set-up? You tell me.  No one ever saw the clown before that or after.

But if KTTV was willing to set-up the LA GOP, I doubt they'd set-up good Democrat Janice Hahn...

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

I just figured out how to save a fortune on airfare...

There is an 'edgy' contemporary children's book entitled Go the F____ to Sleep!  The audiobook is read by Samuel L. Jackson.

If I get this for my nieces and nephews I'll never have to go home again...

Gretchen Wilson -- Skoal Ring


Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Give us you cash, b____!

A lot of people seem to be offended by this ad.
Which is funny, because you'd think they'd be more offended at the Los Angeles Democrats using their tax money to hire gangbangers.
This isn't even the first time they've tried this dumb shit.

From the Los Angeles Times:
Former 18th Street gang member Hector “Weasel” Marroquin for years was celebrated and rewarded for having turned his life around.
He founded the anti-gang organization NO GUNS and received hundreds of thousands of dollars from the city for his efforts to help steer Latino youths away from a life of crime. His champions included former state Sen. Tom Hayden.
But his arrest this week on charges of selling firearms to federal undercover officers underscored concerns long held by people familiar with Marroquin’s background that he had not left his criminal life behind.
“I never for a moment believed that he ever left the life,” said Connie Rice, a civil rights attorney and former member of the Los Angeles Police Commission who noted that she saw Marroquin at meetings of anti-gang agencies. “I always thought he was using the system.”
Marroquin, 51, was arrested Thursday at his Downey home on charges of selling several guns, including a machine gun, two silencers and two rifles, to undercover officers. He bailed out of Los Angeles County jail Thursday night and could not be reached for comment.
His lawyer, Patrick Smith, did not return phone calls Friday. ...
Marroquin’s arrest marks the latest chapter in a life filled with controversy.
In the mid-1990s, claiming to have left the gang life, Marroquin formed NO GUNS — Networks Organized for Gang Unity and Neighborhood Safety — headquartered in Lennox. Over the next decade, NO GUNS emerged as one of the area’s few anti-gang groups run by Latinos.
In 2000, the Sheriff’s Department called in NO GUNS to help quell riots between Latinos and blacks at its Pitchess Detention Center.
But some law enforcement officials believed that Marroquin was a front man for the Mexican Mafia prison gang and thatNO GUNS was a facade for illegal activity and a channel for public funds.

Thanks to Califormia Democrats like Antonio Villaraigosa, our Miracle Media MeCHA Mayor and other prominent Dems like Tom Hayden, Marroquin received $1.5 million from the city to rearm LA's gangbangers.

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