susan rice is a man with big swinging ape balls.
Update - Roseanne keeps digging:
susan rice is a man with big swinging ape balls.
Update - Roseanne keeps digging:
The story, by Caroline May, is about a Gallup survey which revealed that Americans ate less healthy this year than they did last year:
Despite first lady Michelle Obama’s healthy living push, American eating habits deteriorated in the first 10 months of 2013, compared with 2012, according to a recent survey.
According to a Gallup survey released over the Thanksgiving holiday, the percentage of adults reporting that they ate healthy all day “yesterday” has been consistently lower all 2013 compared to 2012.
Gallup reports that in most months during 2013, “healthy eating has been at its lowest in Gallup trends since 2008.”
All Ms. May needed to do was include the “Michelle Obama” and “healthy living” dog whistle, as well as this photo:
for the commenters to start barking at the moon:
Does this cow believe anyone will follow her requests to eat healthy when she has 9 frickin’ pies for Thanksgiving? Where was her gluten free, low calorie, low carb menu?
Agreed—she needs to shut her “pie” hole! Not to mention, in addition to the 9 pies, they had “sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, green bean casserole, cornbread stuffing, oyster stuffing”…
Does anyone believe that the potatoes were mashed with 1% milk instead of cream or “I can’t believe it’s not Butter” instead of actual real butter—did they use low-fat cheese for that mac and cheese; maybe tofu instead of bread cubes for the stuffing—doubt it!
To everyone in the Federal Govt—especially the Obama’s—STOP TELLING US HOW TO LIVE OUR LIVES! GET YOUR BIG NOSES AND BIG BUTTS OUT OF OUR BUSINESS!
Nobody cares what racist-lady thinks.
When you’re stoned her fanny doesn’t look so big
Hey, Moochie: What does a woman do about a big, wide behind?
Who are your daughters real sperm donors?
Mammalian ova have been cloned, producing female offspring, at least in farm animals, but I repeat myself.
The Queen sits on her throne munching on Kobe Beef and lecturing the proletariat on what THEY should do. Reminiscent of Al Gore chastising us little people for our existence while burning fossil fuel like there is no tomorrow.
The irony is that her hip measurements and the IQ of people who listen to her are IDENTICAL!
de frst ug ga ly ben carryin roun 2 big ole watermelons ta set oon afer she don waddles to an fro de hous.
Has she looked at her own backside lately ? Heck she don’t even need a mirror OR to turn around to see it !!
Well you know, she doesn’t set a very good example, with that huge backside and all….
Michelle is so fat, she fell in the Grand Canyon and got stuck. Credit to Dave Chappelle for that gem.
Look how truly ugly she is, and ask yourself, “Would I take any kind of advice from her?”
A picture of “Mooshelle Odumber” is the wrong poster “Boy” to emulate, she looks like an advertisement for a banana farmer.
Looks like she has a linebackers mouth piece in her mouth.
We ain’t afraid to call a spade a spade. The People who work for a living are fed up with this preposterous fake posing as a do-gooder.
Following his heated exchanges with Hillary Clinton earlier today, Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is now accusing Clinton of planning an “emotional” response to “get out of the questions.”
Isn’t it great that Republicans are so amazingly predictable? I mean, it’s such a stereotype that one of these old white guys would immediately go out and brag that he put the uppity emotional woman in her place. You’d think they would learn at some point that it makes them look like total cavemen, but they do it every single time, like clockwork.
In order to make it appear as if they actually care what the womenfolk think, fanatical religious right groups like the Family Research Council like to create token positions for women within the company, with lofty sounding titles like “Director of Women’s and Reproductive Health.” Who could ever be opposed to that? What war on women?
So it’s kind of embarrassing, but also highly revealing, when the former Director of Women’s and Reproductive Health for the Family Research Council sues the organization for vindictively firing her when she filed a sexual harassment complaint against her sexist pig boss.
According to court documents first obtained and reported by journalist Evan Gahr, former FRC employee Moira Gaul, 42, filed a complaint in 2009 with the District of Columbia Human Rights Commission in which she accused her supervisor of gender discrimination. She claimed that her boss, the director of the Center for Human Life and Bioethics at the time, referred to the use of birth control pills as “whoring around,” addressed emails to her with the words “hi cutie,” pressured her to attend parties, and referred to her as a “young, attractive woman.”
“His attitude toward me and other women was rude, belittling, and at times, angry,” she wrote in the complaint.
Gahr identified Gaul’s former supervisor as prominent anti-abortion lawyer William Saunders, who now works at the anti-abortion group Americans United for Life. Saunders and his attorney, William J. Hickey, did not respond to requests for comment on the case.
The FRC fired Gaul shortly after she filed the complaint, citing a loss in federal funding for abstinence — Gaul’s area of expertise — and the need for someone with more experience on abortion issues. Gaul claims the FRC also retroactively canceled her health insurance for the time that she was on short-term disability for systemic lupus.
Andrew Goldman interviews wingnut Dinesh D’Souza about his totally not-racist film predicting apocalypse if Obama was re-elected, inadvertent hilarity ensues: Dinesh D’Souza Looks Ahead.
This is what passes for an “intellectual” in today’s conservative movement; here’s a totally not-racist section in which he explains that he just assumed Obama’s Kenyan half-brother would be a “helpless slum kid” looking for a handout.
In your film, you traveled to Nairobi to interview Obama’s half brother, to get him to express frustration that the president hasn’t helped him financially. It had to be disappointing when he wasn’t upset at all.
Initially. Then I realized that this gives the story a more interesting twist. I expected George to be this helpless slum kid who had an outstretched hand. In fact, I find George to be a cunning, self-reliant guy — in a certain respect, a kind of conservative. He’s not looking for a handout. I admired George for that.
D’Souza wasn’t set back for long, though; when he discovered that his totally not-racist assumption was totally wrong, and that George wasn’t mad at Obama for not giving him a handout, he just used that to attack Obama instead. It’s an all-purpose totally not-racist accusation!
You suggest that President Obama may have decided not to support George because of his politics.
That’s right. It may be that Obama doesn’t want to help George because he sees George as an ideological enemy.
Perhaps the best glimpse into D’Souza’s character, though, is when he explains that he “didn’t know it was considered wrong in Christian circles” to get engaged to a woman while still married to another woman.
You recently resigned as president of the Christian-affiliated King’s College after it was reported that you brought a woman to a Christian convention and introduced her as your fiancée when neither of you had actually divorced your spouses. Did you do anything wrong?
I exercised imprudent judgment. In Christianity there is no intermediate status of being separated. I asked an attorney if there is anything problematic with being engaged while separated, and I was informed absolutely not.
You wrote, ‘I had no idea that it is considered wrong in Christian circles.’ I am not a Christian, but I’d guess that it would be high on the list of wrong things.
What I meant was I didn’t know what rule of Christian morality it violates. I recognize that there would be people who might say Dinesh has only met this woman a few months ago, Dinesh is rushing into things. But that is completely different from saying Dinesh is violating one of the Ten Commandments. Imprudent is not the same thing as wrong.
Film star Ashley Judd is reportedly considering running for the Senate in her native Kentucky, challenging Mitch McConnell.
If you imagine this will provoke howls of misogynist hatred and creepy sexual innuendo from the right wing, you’re right on the money, of course, and breitbart.com’s always sleazy Ben Shapiro is leading the caveman charge today: ACTRESS ASHLEY JUDD MULLS SENATE RUN.
There are probably thousands of photos of Ms Judd that Shapiro could have chosen to illustrate this, but he went right for the naked shot because objectification of women is what the right wing audience craves, and nobody’s more eager than Shapiro to please the drooling knuckle-draggers who love breitbart.com.
The article? Well, you probably already know what it says; Shapiro writes these like Mad Libs — just fill in the blanks with the usual insults. Ashley Judd is an evil liberal progressive leftist commie who supports women’s rights. The horror. Cue 500 comments insulting her on every possible level.
It’s ironic in a very sick way that Shapiro attacks Judd for speaking out against sexism, in a blatantly sexist piece. These people are not right in the head.
Then there’s her militant feminism, which led her — an actress who has made her fame and fortune from her beauty — to rip into the media for questions about her puffy face, which she called “a misogynistic assault on all women.” She complained about “the assault on our body image, the hypersexualization of girls and women and subsequent degradation of our sexuality as we walk through the decades, and the general incessant objectification is what this conversation allegedly about my face is really about.” That’s a mouthful from a woman who posed completely nude for Norma Jean & Marilyn.
What can you even say about this? Welcome to the sickening world of the right wing, where if you’re a woman and dare to ask a question about unequal pay, you get smeared and vilified by sexist pigs: Party Girl Debate Questioner Loves Joose, Hates Cops and Women Who Watch Sports | Washington Free Beacon.
Just. Absolutely. Disgusting.
We’ve had many posts at LGF about Fox News morning show Fox & Friends, because it’s one of the craziest, most despicable shows on Fox. Creationism, climate change denial, racism, Birtherism; name a far right malfunction and you can bet Fox & Friends promotes it.
Well, this morning, Fox News caveman Brian Kilmeade actually managed to make such a disgusting sexist “joke” that his equally deranged right wing co-host Gretchen Carlson walked off the set.
I would have thought she’d be used to it, working at Fox News.Youtube Video
On Fox & Friends Thursday morning, Steve Doocy interviewed members of the U.S. Navy Band about the band’s recent inclusion of women. Reacting to the segment, Brian Kilmeade remarked, “Women are everywhere. We’re letting them play golf and tennis now. It’s out of control.” Visibly upset, Gretchen Carlson, the only female host, walked off of the set. “You read the headlines. Since men are so great. Take them [women] away,” she said. Kilmeade responded, “All right. Finally.” Then, as she walked further off of the set, Kilmeade jeered, “Leaving an all male crew” and added “she needed a shower.”
Adam Serwer, writing about Huslter Magazine’s despicable portrayal of conservative S.E. Cupp, made a great observation:
Where conservatives look at the Hustler “parody” as indicative of liberal contempt for conservative women, feminists see a larger problem about how women are treated that affects everything from health insurance to how much you take home on your paycheck. To have condemned Limbaugh for his sexism in the same unconditional manner would have been a distraction, because the real problem isn’t sexism, it’s liberals. For feminists, sexism is the problem, period.
David Waldman put it like this:
Another way of putting it is that once again, liberals think we’re all in this together, but conservatives say its all about me
The problem with this outlook among certain conservatives, aside from the fact that it’s despicable hypocrisy, is that cheering or allowing sexism against progressive women is bound to encourage sexism against everyone, including conservative women. The kind of guys who lash out with sexist attacks against women for having liberal views are the kind of guys who will lash out with sexist attacks against conservative women for other reasons.
As an example, consider Dan Riehl’s sexist attack on Joan Walsh, where he said:
I don’t mind Joan Walsh getting low, but if she’s going to open her mouth, wish she’d do something I might actually enjoy for once!
Riehl later justified his view by saying Joan Walsh deserves to have creepy sexual things said about her because she says stuff that Riehl disagrees with:
Joan Walsh owes an apology, she isn’t entitled to one. And she owes too many more than this one for me to care. Don’t like it? #SuckIt
This, of course, is the “logic” of sexism. Or maybe worse, as Tommy Christopher points out:
…I would also add that there is an extra dimension to attacks like Riehl’s, and Flynt’s attack on S.E. Cupp, and the attacks by Playboy Magazine on conservative women that landed me on this site in the first place. The combination of a sexual ‘fantasy’ with unmasked hostility carries with it an inherent lack of consent that carries these attacks beyond objectification, beyond dehumanization, and into violation.
Tommy Christopher reached out to breitbart.com to comment on the despicable behavior of their blogger. The site, however, like typical conservative tribalists who don’t care about women if those women commit the “sin” of being liberal, refused to respond. In fact, aside from a condemnation from Larry O’Connor and mild encouragement to “just stop” from Mike Flynn, the site’s editors refused to say anything remotely critical of Riehl’s comments.
And guess what? Encouraged by the silence of breitbart.com, Riehl went on to make a sexist comment to a conservative woman who criticized him for his comments! Who would have thought that just because he makes sexist comments to women for being liberal, he’d also make sexist comments to other women for having the audacity to criticize him? Oh, that’s right, everybody. Here’s what he said:
guess a H J is out of the question 2 RT @aprildgregory: wht the Hell kind of man R U? Telling a woman 2 suck U is utterly detestable.
So there you have it. breitbart.com encourages sexist attacks via tacit consent, and this leads to sexist attacks against fellow conservatives. Even according to their own warped tribalistic code of ethics, they fail at life.
After Breitbart blogger Dan Riehl’s sexist comments about Joan Walsh were publicized, Mediaite’s Tommy Christopher asked Dana Loesch for a comment, which makes sense given that Loesch works at breitbart.com and frequently claims that the War on Women is a liberal conspiracy. Loesch, as is her usual practice, refused to answer the question and desperately tried to change the subject by accusing Christopher of all manner of things. Of course, one of those things was that Christopher is being secretly controlled by, who else, LGF’s Charles Johnson.
The person she was talking to, @TookieW, aka Chip Gerdes, is someone I’m very familiar with. He’s a nasty person who should be shunned in polite society, so naturally he’s close with the Loeschs:
Chip Gerdes, Dana Loesch, and Andrew Breitbart. Photo via Founding Bloggers
Gerdes once threatened to slash the tires on my car, and regularly makes homophobic jokes about me:
After the last time he made a homophobic joke, a fellow activist criticized him and this is how he responded:
So upon being criticized for homophobic remarks, Gerdes immediately attacks the looks of Sarah (who, by the way, is clearly not ugly). Textbook sexism. And you can be sure that the Loeschs will never, ever, even mildly rebuke him for his homophobia or sexism, even while they scream about identical comments from others.
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Throwing objects such as this are capable of damaging expensive musical equipment and musicians. Any more of this and there will be no more music. -- FZ, Autumn 1981 at Northrup auditorium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After someone threw a plunger on stage about two-thirds of the way through the show, he stopped the band with a wave of his hand speaking in the general direction that the dangerous object was thrown, while holding it in his hand. This did not prove to be an amusing act and Franks mood hardened. - It was, however, an evening of excellent, serious musicianship around the release of 'Shut up and play your guitar'