December 23, 2013

Pajama President [Darleen Click]

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  1. you can’t “fix” a rube goldberg contraption of this magnitude

  2. I remember seeing Reagan on TV telling a joke along those lines about a twice (thrice?) married widow who was still a virgin despite a long last marriage, the punchline of which was that her last husband was a Democrat so all he ever did was put a hand on her knee and tell her how good it was going to be.

  3. - Her name was Delta Dawn, and the Democrat gave her a flower and promised to take her to his mansion in the sky just as soon as the Utopia was finished.

  4. The ultimate downfall for progressives will come primarily because they really do seem to believe that perception trumps reality. As long as they can control the message, reality is just not that important. George Orwell addressed this rather directly in 1984 right down to the prescience of Obamacare being whatever DHS decides it is today, as well as headlines such as, “Insurance coverage increased 20%!”

  5. Just talking indeed – according to this tweet from an NBC “reporter”, President Pajamas had a staffer sign him up by going to the DC exchange in person.

  6. URL fail above – http://weaselzippers.us/?p=165356 goes to the tweet.

  7. Sure he did.

  8. - Since yesterday was my BDay, and since ’tis the holiday season, here is another for your reading list. You might remember Melanie Chartoff from the old “Fridays” show, the same group that spawned Larry David (Curb your enthusiasm), and Micheal Richards (Seinfields Kramer), and Laraine Newman ( who later joined the cast of Rival SNL). Well shes still alive and kicking and writing for the Jewish Journal.

  9. - The ACE commentariat do not seem to be jiggy wid dah “signup tweet” from the WH. Heh.

  10. Considering the signup occurred in DC while SCOAMT was in Hawaii, I doubt Barcky had to put up with the actual process. Now it turns out that he (the staffer, that is) didn’t use the online exchange, they apparently walked into the exchange center in person, to make sure that it got registered.

    Cheapest plan there was, and entirely symbolic, since he is treated by military doctors through the WHMU for free. Who wants to bet that some quiet fund will reimburse him for that expense through OFA or FUA or whatever non-profit can get approved by the IRS before the end of the year, like Clinton did with his legal bills for plea-bargaining away the perjury, obstruction of justice, and the other charges that had nothing to do with the impeachment (which was all paid for by taxpayers, anyway)?

  11. - Imma gonna whistle dah BS, 15 yards for neccessary lying for the sheeples on thw “sign-up”. As others have pointed out, if the obscure references by the WH idiots are true they have commited fraud.

  12. a fraud committing fraud i’m shocked

  13. - Is the black caucas finally starting to wake up?:

    “Perhaps the loudest message—and one that Reverend Al or the Chicago media have yet to report on—echoed by several different people in attendance as well as panel members was that it is time for the black community to start voting differently.”

    - The faint beginnings of a black Tea party?

  14. Not least of which would be “impersonating the President”, but Barcky will probably pardon them.

    I’m going to grant everyone a waiver from ObamaCare (the mandate is hereby waived until the sixth Thursday in February), since I figure I have just as much right to issue such general waivers of law as the President does…

  15. Well, it wasn’t fraud, fraud.

  16. - From that same link. Wow, just wow.

    McKinley called on President Obama to help the grassroots by discontinuing aid and government grants that go through Chicago’s political machine to “name-brand-blue-ribbon-negro-organizations” such as the NAACP and Urban League. McKinley told Breitbart News those groups “are poverty pimps, and are part of the problem and not the solution.”

    - Reality finally seems to be leaking into Proggie fake world.

  17. “Reality is that which refuses to go away when I stop believing in it.” — Philip K. Dick

  18. If they have the Power of Attorney for President Obama or something like it, then it may not be fraud.

  19. - One of the liar-in-chiefs cabinet level liars.

    - O’Bumblefucks answer to it will be “We had to lie for the greater good.”

  20. - You can do POA for a patient with infirmaries or as a gaurdian for a minor. In any other instance an individual must personally sign for a contract (legal document).

  21. - Of course the defense may be that OCare is not a legal document, or even a real law for that matter.

  22. Dang, that’s the perfect image!

    So why didn’t he sign up on the first day instead of the last?
    Could that be any more emblematic of leading from behind?

  23. reggie love knows about leading from behind

  24. There’s no controlling legal authority over Derp Commander Barack Obama.

    Anyways, he’s got that auto-sign robot on 24 hr call, for signing unimportant bills (like Veteran’s funding) into law. He only uses hand-held pens for important stuff such as executive orders banning guns, ammunition, and the TEA Party.

  25. Barack Obama, Reggie Love and Kevin Jennings enter a duck blind…

  26. - A Black Tea Party. Yeah baby. That would really harsh the Lefts mellow. t would also magnify the truthiness than many of the Lefturd faux causes are not particularly helpful to black ‘mericans., like immigration (jobs drain), and faggotry (a-religious), and welfare maintainance (plantation prison).

    - Would love to see that. Without the black brothers the Progressive movement would be toast.

  27. it is time for the black community to start voting differently.

    Long past time.

  28. Laraine Newman ( who later joined the cast of Rival SNL).

    Pretty sure you’re wrong on this, BBH. Newman was with SNL from 1975 – 1980. Fridays was on from 1980 – 1982 and Newman was not a cast member or a guest.

  29. - You’re probably correct TCW. I saw her name listed at the journal website and just assumed she had been on Fridays as a guest, writer, or cast member at some point, although I saw most, not all, of the shows and didn’t remember her. Also her bio indicates she was with SNL up to 80 when Fridays began, but no mention is made of any connection with the rival show.

  30. Forget everything else you’ve read today and go read this right now:
    Burn the Fucking System to the Ground

    you can’t “fix” a rube goldberg contraption of this magnitude

    Yup. It has to crash. It can’t possibly do anything else.

    Anyone heard from Jeff?

  31. I recall having an enormous crush on Ms. Chartoff. She was smoking hot back in the day, and funny as hell.

  32. how in allan’s name would you “fix” this “clowndisaster™”? more patches?

  33. duck tape and cocking

  34. and anus

  35. We need to keep pounding on that point newrouter? You and the griefer can’t go play with each other in one of the other threads?

    Why? We want to prove that SBP had more than half a point after all?

    In the article Pablo just recommended, he comments that Wickard was the beginning of the end.

    Let me suggest that Mass. v. EPA was the end of the beginning of the end, and we’re now well into the middle of the end.

  36. >We need to keep pounding on that point newrouter?<

    nah saying hi to little debbies and a big eff u to the proggs

  37. yo ernst fucking asshole solves the “over population problem” ax the chicoms

  38. From Pablo’s linked thread, I’m sympathetic to Lizard’s ‘wall-o-text’. The system we have in place just wasn’t designed for the population numbers we have now in place. There’s far too many Indians, and far too few but overly powerful Chiefs. Our ever-improving technological advances? All of those are wonderful improvements over plow and spade, but with every advance we’ll need less labor, fewer people, but we also need more resources to keep it all juggled. Every day we wake up there’s more people to feed and put to work than there was the day before, inexorably so. We’re pushing the absolute limits of this wheezing economic engine, and Jim, she’s gonna blow.

    What’s the solution? I believe the solution isn’t burning to the ground and throttling everything back to what’s sustainable. That would mean capping population growth, and further limiting freedoms. Ideally, we needs find ways to get the hell off this mudball, expand outwards as we’ve successfully managed to do every time this problem has come up before. Heh. Elysium, just without Delacourt and John Carlyle.

  39. nr: Not to nitpick, but seriously dude, your comments would be a lot more coherent if you typed all the words, not just half of them. And maybe, just maybe, toss in a little capitalization and punctuation, just to add some spice. And structure.

    Consider it “contructive criticism”. Or just call me a fucking progg, if you’d prefer.

  40. jesus the revolution now

  41. There’s far too many Indians, and far too few but overly powerful Chiefs. Our ever-improving technological advances? All of those are wonderful improvements over plow and spade, but with every advance we’ll need less labor, fewer people, but we also need more resources to keep it all juggled. Every day we wake up there’s more people to feed and put to work than there was the day before, inexorably so. We’re pushing the absolute limits of this wheezing economic engine, and Jim, she’s gonna blow.

    Spengler says you’re wrong; that what we’re really looking at is a demographic crunch.

    Steyn too I suppose.

  42. Steyn is feeling a bit overwhelmed by recent events. He will not be lunching today.

    We appreciate your understanding during this difficult time.

  43. >Steyn is feeling a bit overwhelmed by recent events <

    clueless pickachu

  44. the fags are steve sailor me thinks

  45. - All life systems are self adjusting, one way or another.

  46. - Resistance is futile. You will be adjusted. Some adjustments are particularly harsh.

  47. I’ll pick that up and see what he’s about. But if he’s claiming Islam will collapse as quickly as Western culture, he’s got some convincing to do. We’re perched higher, more technologically dependent, thus more delicate. And don’t forget we’re spoiled for toilet paper.

  48. Steyn is feeling a bit overwhelmed by recent events.

    Last time I looked (about 14, 15 hours ago) it seemed that more people were agreeing with Steyn than with Steorts, so what happened?

  49. - I havn’t read either, but I might disagree with both Ernst.

  50. In part he’s arguing that the corrosiveness of post-modernity is eating away at traditional societies like Islamic ones faster than it’s eating away at us, that “islamo-fascism” (my usage, not sure of the top of my head whether Goldman uses it or not) is the lashing out of a mortally wounded beast.

    Of couse, wounded beasts are the most dangerous.

    I’ll grant you that Islam would survive a global civilizational collapse better than would the West. Assuming that the collapse happens sooner than later.

  51. last time i looked steyn was scratching at invisible sores on his forearms and muttering about how irving berlin had foreshadowed events in northern louisiana most exquisitely

    most exquisitely indeed

  52. Christmas Day at 1:30Pm central I’m gonna tune in to BBC America and watch Doctor Who get himself killed and replaced by another Doctor Who. This time it’s an older one.

  53. “last time i looked steyn was scratching at invisible sores on his forearms and muttering about how irving berlin had foreshadowed events in northern louisiana most exquisitely most exquisitely indeed ”

    Shouldn’t you be posting a mix of dead cat pictures and animated gifs of sexy anime demon girls with shitting dick nipples to 4chan or something?

  54. Steyn was on a roll. I missed his Limbaugh segment… did he bring up the NRO kerfuffle to that stage?

  55. irving berlin had foreshadowed events in northern louisiana most exquisitely

    yeah? What song would that be?

  56. - So when did Arts&Entertainment become Atheists&Elitists?

  57. BBH, the industry in question doesn’t see any distinction between those formulations. You have to be the latter, they’re convinced, to understand the former.

  58. Serr8d, Steyn really took Steorts to the woodshed. Steyn told Steorts he’d rather be unemployed by NRO than put up with Steorts’ garbage.

    Hmm, I seem to remember a blond lawyer and an English dude who were told to dial it back at NRO and when they refused, they were shown the door.

    “Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action”

    -Ian Flemming

    Pattern or enemy action?

  59. Not to nitpick, but seriously dude, your comments would be a lot more coherent if you typed all the words, not just half of them.

    He only does that when he quotes someone else.

    Then he types in all the words when a link would suffice.

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