August 19, 2013

Former seventies teen idol Leif Garrett comments on Barbara Streisand’s call to the American people to help Obama and the Democrats take back the House

“I liked What’s Up, Doc? a whole lot. But once she did Yentl? I mean, bro. I may have had a slight problem with heroin, and sure, I’ve had to give a handjob or two to some dude in a stall at the Whisky if I was in a bad way and needed a balloon. But the last time I took myself seriously, or was so ridiculously self-indulgent, was when I remade Wild Cherry’s ‘Play That Funky Music.’ And we all know how that turned out.

“Seriously, Babs. There’ a lesson here. Trust me. I mean, if Oprah can crash like a two ton race-baiting hot air balloon stuffed into yoga pants, how long do you think you have left, given your heavy-handed superficial political proclamations, before the only groupies left throwing their panties at you on stage are Al Gore and, like, maybe Ted Turner, if you get lucky and he gets all shitfaced on Cadillac Margaritas like that last time.”*

Posted by Jeff G. @ 11:57am
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  1. I’ll be Mayor Filner would be more than happy to ring Babs’ bell. The man apparently has a very strong stomach and zero shame.

  2. Filner needs to buy one of those creepy ‘real dolls’ and leave people what can be hurt and frightened( and prone to litigation or revenge) alone.

  3. Why do people always conflate “fame” and “intellect”? Never mind “wisdom”, I worry whether these sub-cretins are a danger to themselves if left alone…

    They’re only two steps up from a dancing monkey, after all.

  4. “Oh, Leif, if you were cool like me, you’d get rid of one of those vowels in your first name.”

    – Barbra

  5. Oh, Obama and other Lefty groups must love having her around, writing big checks and motivating the low-information voters to get active for the cause.

  6. Making the rounds on Twitter: Christian Nation, an alternate history wherein McCain/Palin wins, McCain croaks, and Palin imposes a Christian Theocracy.

    So sorry: Amazon is down and cannot take your order.

  7. But wasn’t Kathleen Parker just saying that a woman in the Oval Office would lead to world peace? (I know she really means “a woman leaning so far to the left that her bra requires double bracing on that side”, but still…)

  8. What a load of horseshit.

  9. I was referring to the book dicentra mentioned, but it also applies to Parker’s idiotic statement.

  10. Proggies wring their hands about a totalitarian Christian state while the totalitarian state they promote rolls on unhindered.

  11. Projection! It’s the new Nile River!

  12. It took me a long time to realize that A Handmaid’s Tale was in protest of the “women are only brood mares” straw man. As a work of dystopian fiction, it was pretty good.

    It also wasn’t at all recognizable to me, the pro-lifer, as a “logical” extension of the pro-life stance. On account of abortion being legalized and mainstreamed only during my lifetime, and the crap AHT proposed not ever happening in the past.

  13. It’s not projection when it’s really on the Nile.

  14. Yeah, nice to know POTUS is totes on board with Christian Church burning in Egypt.

  15. Just like the theocracy she created in Alaska.

  16. Cranky? even after 10 Gynntonnyx? The only bell I’d ring for Babs is her haed with an 8 lb sledge.

  17. dicentra,It took me a long time to realize that A Handmaid’s Tale was in protest of the “women are only brood mares” straw man.I thought it was obvious fairly early on. A friend’s girlfriend loaned it to me with great praise, but I never even finished it. The movie was plain awful.

  18. Complete html fail. Second attempt:

    dicentra,

    It took me a long time to realize that A Handmaid’s Tale was in protest of the “women are only brood mares” straw man.

    I thought it was obvious fairly early on. A friend’s girlfriend loaned it to me with great praise, but I never even finished it. The movie was plain awful.

  19. It took me a long time to realize that A Handmaid’s Tale was in protest of the “women are only brood mares” straw man. As a work of dystopian fiction, it was pretty good.

    Dystopian fiction you say? And here all this time I thought it was regency word porn romance in BDSM leathers.

    50 Shades for a kinder, gentler set

    so to speak

  20. Ugh, writer Margaret Atwood is a looney uber-feminist. I was amazed at how many feminists referenced A Handmaid’s Tale with regard to Romney’s stance on ‘women’s reproductive rights.’ It takes a twisted mind to fear Romney while shrugging off the HHS mandate on religious institutions and Kermit Gosnell.

  21. Ernst, there’s something so wrong with woemn claiming to be all feminist and empowered who gets her rocks off on BDSM novels that read more like a pedophile grooming his young prey.Ick.

  22. True story: This morning I was on Insty, and I followed the link to the YouTube vid showing the loooooong line of people at his Long Island book signing.

    As I watched the video, I was delighted to hear that they’d put the theme to Ed Wood in the background, because it’s all quirky and stuff.

    So upon commenting on Insty, I remarked that I liked the background music.

    Until I realized that the video had ended but the music had not. Yup. It was my iTunes.

    Thank you, Glenn, for the edit command.

  23. all you need to know about barbra is she likes big dick

    she’s all about dick size

    it’s her thing

    she’s a very deep woman I guess

  24. just saying-I worked on the Custom House in Boston-it’s like the mini-”Big Ben’/ if u ever saw pictures of Boston
    They converted to condos-so the tippy top floor was the big $ condo-so I took my shoes off one day[ they was old/ had a new pair] and we drywall screwed them into the wall/ and drywalled over it. I said-”..Who the F**k wouldbuy this tiny dump?’ Answer-Barbara Streisand”
    I also worked on one of Johnny Carsons ex-wifes condo-so I’m kinda famous

  25. and of course the culture that most resembles “A Handmaid’s tale” is not Christian and the feminist do not have the guts to recognize it.

  26. It’s not just the feminists. Half this country is so terrified of “what we might become” that they’re completely blind to what we’ve become already.

    A quarter of the government exists to actively fuck things up; a quarter exists to mitigate the effects of the first quarter; a third quarter exists to fight against the waste and fraud perpetrated by its brethren and their clients; and the last quarter exists to fulfill the lawful functions of government.

    But yeah, let’s all agree that we’re just one step away from A Snowbilly’s Tale.

  27. ….and of course the culture that most resembles

    - Shhhhhh….may peace be upon your head.

  28. ….and the last quarter exists to fulfill the unconstitutional functions of the other 3/4′s.

    - FTFY

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