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Eh. He is still risen…


Well, we’ve had a gay old time this week, haven’t we? Making fun of Obama ‘n’ shit?

But now it’s back to wholesome Sussex housewifeblogging for me! For now, anyway.

Why? Because it’s not yet time.

Obama is America’s dreamy new blind date. Took her out to the classy restaurant. Told her she’s beautiful. Oh, it’s all candlelight and heaving bosoms at the moment.

I’ll get back to you when he does a runner out the service entrance and sticks her with the bill.

Don’t know why anyone would want this graphic in color, but help yourself if you do.

Of course, there’s a Supreme Court shitstorm coming. And the inevitable red-on-red rumble, now that Democrats control the whole enchilada.

And have I mentioned how British politics has taken a turn for the stupid?


Comment from apotheosis
Time: May 1, 2009, 7:34 pm

I would like detail on British governmental stupidity. It makes a welcome change to the nonstop dissonant drumbeat of our own.

Comment from Allen
Time: May 1, 2009, 7:42 pm

Now I understand the transit bit Weasel. OMG, I’m moving a bit of my high end cookware to my ladyfriend’s house. She also moved me horses.

Now that cheeses me off… She just gives them a wink and a nod, and they come running up. “Yes’m.”

I’m just wondering how long the O’Herd will follow.

Comment from Gnus
Time: May 1, 2009, 7:46 pm

I was thinking he’d already stuck us with the bill. Maybe, when he does the runner, the left will wake up to find that their rice bowl has also been pissed in.

Or maybe when he tells ’em the condom must’ve torn.

Meanwhile, honeymoons are nice, or so I hear.

Comment from S. Weasel
Time: May 1, 2009, 7:46 pm

The Prime Minister has made a whole series of really stupid unforced errors which — if you dislike Labour in general and Gordon Brown in particular — is pretty fun. A short Daily Mail take here. An interesting but longer piece on Brown and his cronies here.

Hm. I should blog the British system of government for a while. It would give me a chance to crystallize what I know, and (bonus!) drive Uncle B crazy with questions.

Have to be careful, though. I’m pretty sure drawing any member of Her Majesty’s government as an anus would jeopardize my immigration hopes.

Comment from Schlippy
Time: May 1, 2009, 10:58 pm

I see now that you weren’t all that crazy to move to England. With how far the States have come in 100 days, we’ll be passing you come a year or so out.

I’ll get back to you when he does a runner out the service entrance and sticks her with the bill.

I was thinking more along the lines of getting roofied and raped. I don’t think that analogy is overboard, either. Alot of people don’t realize how badly the old US of A is really getting screwed right now. Based on what has happened in England and Canada, it will be very hard to reverse the damage these socialists wreak. And with the huge number of dumbies in the electorate, I wonder if it will ever be reversed.

So, I am glad to read about UK politics for a while, if anything just to rest my eyes.

Oh, and beatiful job on the Sphincter, if I failed to comment earlier.

Comment from Gibby Haynes
Time: May 2, 2009, 4:15 am

Three cheers for heaving breastses.

Good luck with the Sussex housewifery.

Fingers crosses Labour don’t jettison Brown and somehow manage to steal the election next year. We need him to stay till the end to guarantee that these bastards stay out of power for another 18 years.

Comment from S. Weasel
Time: May 2, 2009, 7:00 am

Thanks, Schlippy. My mom would be so proud.

Comment from Uncle Badger
Time: May 2, 2009, 7:04 am

You’re right, Schlippy – once the socialists get in power it’s murder undoing the damage.

What they do is infest the entire woodwork of state – using their breeding laboratories, the universities, to seed society with Leftist lawyers, politicians, teachers, broadcasters, journalists…

Swine ‘flu? Ain’t got nothing on socialism. That’s Dirty Rotten Swine ‘Flu.

Comment from dfbaskwill
Time: May 2, 2009, 2:43 pm

American death toll due to SWINE flu = 0 (as of 5/2/09). But it will still be used as another crutch for Rahm and his lackeys to socialize the medical field. It will actually be their biggest piece of the American Experiment co-opted, and the prize they are really after. The medical field is the key to completely controlling people from birth to death.

Also, the analogy to The Savior is funny and all, but there are many lefties who actually believe it. Or at least substitute Obama for Jesus, because they don’t truly believe anything else.

Comment from Pupster
Time: May 2, 2009, 3:21 pm

Best to be keeping an eye on that White House Flicker Feed:



Comment from S. Weasel
Time: May 2, 2009, 5:07 pm

Meh. I’ve just discovered you have to be VERY careful how you ask Google images search for cat anatomy pictures, if you don’t want to see many thumbnails of surgically dissected pussoes…

Comment from Gnus
Time: May 2, 2009, 8:53 pm

It’s truly unfortunate that Google doesn’t understand when one is simply a cat fancier. I know the difference, why doesn’t Google?

Comment from porknbean
Time: May 2, 2009, 11:07 pm

Seriously, can you give Obama horns and a forked tail instead? I’m not a religious person per se, but to equate him with the son of God, or if you don’t believe that, one of the greatest philosophers, even in jest, makes me itch.

I can’t stand looking at the turd.

Comment from David Gillies
Time: May 2, 2009, 11:30 pm

It’s a bit weird watching the ructions in the Labour party from 8,000 km away. The main reason I left the UK was because I knew how badly Blair and his cohorts were going to screw things up. I sense there’s an odd, twilit atmosphere in the country – febrile, almost, like the unsettling feeling before a really hellacious thunderstorm lets loose. If a storm does break, I hope it’s a corker. A partial measure of justice would see the total electoral extirpation of Labour and its consignment to the political wilderness for decades.

But Uncle Badger is right – forget Death Watch beetles for gnawing away at the timbers of State. Gramscians are so damaging as to defy belief. Even Thatcherism in full flood could only arrest the tide somewhat. To completely turn it back seems to be impossible short of armed insurrection. Adorning every lamppost in the land with Lesbian Outreach Supervisors and Five-a-Day Coordinators is a bare minimum.

Comment from JuliaM
Time: May 3, 2009, 5:28 am

Fingers crosses Labour don’t jettison Brown…

I wouldn’t be surprised to see him gone by the end of May – the momentum is building, with more and more of the heavy hitters coming out in print. Latest to have a pop is Hazel Blears, and if even a lightweight like that fancies her chances, what must be going on behind the scenes?

“But Uncle Badger is right – forget Death Watch beetles for gnawing away at the timbers of State. Gramscians are so damaging as to defy belief.”

Spot on. Which makes the hinted-at Tory proposals almost more worrying than the proespect of five more years of New Labour!

Comment from Uncle Badger
Time: May 3, 2009, 6:43 am

It seems David Gillies and I are political soulmates.

Where’s that roll of piano wire?

Comment from wendyworn
Time: May 3, 2009, 7:19 am


Comment from Sockless Joe
Time: May 4, 2009, 12:54 pm

Ditto on liking the Arlen graphic. I shared it with my blogmates at PAwatercooler.com

Haven’t watched much of question time on CSPAN since Blair was PM. I’ve been too concerned with the socialists on our side of the pond.

I wonder if Cameron is having second thoughts about his American political idol Scharzenegger. (He should be.)

Comment from jwpaine
Time: May 4, 2009, 2:54 pm

With our public-ejumacated citizens, an activist-controlled Congress, and The Obamateur in the White House, we’re in for the Perfect Storm. Turns out Khrushchev was right, after all.

Comment from Richard
Time: May 5, 2009, 6:58 am

Obama is an American Blair. Good politician, but instinctively controlling and centralizing; beyondd that he doesn’t know or care what the consequences are of his decisions beyond his own electoral prospects.

Comment from Rich Rostrom
Time: May 5, 2009, 8:49 pm

to the other Richard: we should be so lucky. Blair had at least one non-leftist principle. (He supported Bush in the Iraq War.) And he had a reasonable grounding in the actual operations of the government he headed, unlike Obama.

S: “Red-on-red”? Is this “red” in the current U.S. political sense (Republicans/conservative), or “red” in the military-jargon sense (the enemy)? I recall seeing references to “red-on-red” clashes in Iraq, with U.S. troops listening to gunfights between Al-Qaeda and its erstwhile local allies.

Because, what with the blamefest following Senator Sphincter’s defection, it looks like the first sense applies now.

The Democrats may fight sometimes, but it’s as Frodo said of the orcs in Mordor: “They hate us, far more, and altogether, all the time.”

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