Paul Revere by Cyrus Dallin, North End, Boston



Saturday, September 6, 2014

Political Cartoons of the Week

And finally, more cray-cray from the Crazies:

h/t Stupid things Conservatives say.


Infidel753 said...

The Joan Rivers thing is wackier than any cartoon. If the government was killing everybody who ever called Obama a nasty name, the resulting harvest of teabaggers would have been worthy of Tamerlane.

Then, of course, I noticed the InfoWars logo at the top, and was no longer surprised.

Rational Nation USA said...

There are a lot of gullible people as well as wilfully ignorant.

Duckys here said...

Did Obama have the Secret Service use the same heart attack gun on Joan Rivers that they used on Andrew Breitbart?

Lisa said...

Infowars is famous for conspiracy theories . They even believed Bush did 9/11 and that he blew up the levees in NO.

Stupid things Conservatives think and write said...

Stupid thing conservatives think and write:

"Oh, I think there's a lot more to Chefgate than meets the eye. The late Joan Rivers said "Obama is a closet homo. Everybody knows it, and Michelle is a tranny." Most people in the food elite are as gay as ten red hats. Hanging around an ex chef for a five hour dinner stinks of degeneracy. Does anyone know what Obama and Kass did after dinner, or what went on under the table? Was Michelle even there? Of course she's a tranny. She's got arms like a stevedore, hasn't she? Looks like King Kong in drag to me."

So one of the most conspiracy laden and President Obama slandering blogs in conservative land sniffs at the left not idolizing a comedian, but allows a commenter to insinuate that POTUS is having sex with his chef? Do these people ever look at themselves and see how sick they are?

Titan you're famous! said...

If you don't worship the same people and don't hate the same people they worship and hate that automatically makes you a commie America-hater. It's their group-think mentality, everyone has to think like them or they become suspicious and believe it's a conspiracy. Shallow thinking at best; and idiocy at worst.