Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Stop the presses! It's official: Young Johnny McCranky has his head wedged so far up his butt, we can barely see his lying lips flapping


A friend reports that Young Johnny, speaking live on MSNBC, just said, "The oil executives say that we could see the benefit of offshore drilling in just a couple years."

The friend asks: "Are those his environmental experts???"

Well, probably. But of course the Crankyman's probably still got it wrong.

It's unlikely that even the most cynical or corrupt oil executive would dare say such absolute, unmitigated nonsense, even if he/she isn't under oath. Yet this pile of puke McCranky continues to spew this beyond-cretinous lying bullshit, and somehow he isn't laughed off the set -- and doesn't seem to be laughed at, booed, or hissed whenever and wherever he opens his putrid piehole.

Before our eyes McCranky has turned into perhaps the most grotesquely incompetent, buffoonish figure to be nominated as a major-party candidate for president of the U.S. And as long as there are lies left to be told (and retold and retold), smears to be Rove-ulated, and money to do it all with, it's utterly conceivable that he could be elected -- with the whole of the Village Press Corps smiling on.

You could laugh or you could cry, or both.


Another friend points out:

Now wait. In fairness, when the oil executives said "we could see the benefit of offshore drilling in just a couple years," they were telling the truth. It was just the "we" wasn't the American people -- it was the oil executives.


. . . and the politicians they pay off so handsomely

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At 11:09 AM, Blogger Ferrell Gummitt said...

Real Men Vote for McCain
Top 10 reasons why.

By Lou Aguilar
1. Barack Obama spent 20 years sitting in church while his preacher and others bad-mouthed the United States of America. Navy pilot John McCain spent five years being tortured in the Hanoi Hilton, and refused a chance to walk out ahead of fellow POWs with more seniority.

2. Obama wants to cut and run from Iraq regardless of conditions on the ground or future consequences. McCain took on the president and secretary of defense in demanding more troops for Iraq, a policy that is inarguably winning the war. He also has two sons who fought in Iraq.

3. McCain supports nuclear power. Obama backs wind energy.

4. Obama wants restrictive gun control because only economically depressed middle-Americans “cling to God and guns.” McCain unwaveringly supports the Second Amendment.

5. McCain has deviated from his party’s conservative base on several occasions (McCain-Feingold Bill, Gang of 14, McCain-Kennedy Bill, opposition to torture). Obama has voted the left-wing line every single time, and been designated the most liberal Senator in Congress.

6. Obama is willing to meet with hostile state leaders like Ahmadinejad and Hugo Chavez without preconditions. McCain will set conditions first, talk later — maybe.

7. Obama is married to a bitter, angry lawyer who became “proud” of her country for the first time this year. McCain’s wife is a beer heiress who founded an organization to provide MASH-style units to disaster-torn world regions. Did I mention that she’s a beer heiress?

8. Obama supports higher taxes for a government-run nanny state that will coddle all Americans like babies. McCain trusts people to spend their less-taxed money however they wish.

9. The name John McCain sounds like “John McClain,” the action hero played by Bruce Willis in the manly Die Hard series. “Barack Obama” sounds like the kind of elitist villain John McClain has to outwit and defeat.

10. McCain is endorsed by Clint Eastwood, Sylvester Stallone, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Obama gets support from Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Oprah Winfrey, Tom Hanks, and every weenie in Hollywood. Plus, Susan Sarandon has vowed to leave the country if McCain gets elected. Case closed.

At 11:28 AM, Blogger KenInNY said...

As happens so often with these troll postings, this is so over-the-top preposterous that you'd think it must be satire -- except where's the punchline?

Assuming somebody in creation believes any of this crap, as I pointed out in the post, as long as there are lies to be told (and retold and retold) and smears to be Rove-ulated, the McCranky campaign blunders on -- and apparently there's a cadre of fugitive mental patients to cheer it on.

I don't suppose any DWT readers need to be told that this is total bullshit. At least Young Johnny McC can count on resounding support from emasculated psychopaths who like to pretend they're "real men." God help the rest of us.


At 12:58 PM, Blogger Ferrell Gummitt said...

Hi Ken:
Let me ask you something what do you do other than suck Lattes at Starbucks and find muckracking things to write about? I never see a bad word about a liberal in your blog. You should move to Illinois here we have a Governor who has taken kickbacks from a mobster, the mayor of Chicago who is still doing the things "The Chicago Way" like his dad did... Patronage, vote early, vote often, raise the crap out of taxes, kickbacks and a County Board Commissioner who lied about his status to get the job. He was never voted in - dad died you see. My guess is that if you lived here in Illinois those items would never see the light of day in your wonderful, unbiased blog. Maybe I am little troll to you, but I care for my country and my family and I do not want my kids growing up thinking that you can sit there and the government will take care of you 24/7/365. They will learn to work hard to get out what you want in this life. They will learn that life starts at the moment of conception and is a gift from God. Not an inconvenience. This is the America Barack Obama wants, it is not in my core values.

At 1:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Feral! Righton.

Maybe McFeeble will chose your man Grandpa Fred if they don't shove Willard down his throat.

I think Thompson makes McBush look not a day over 65?

At 4:29 PM, Blogger Jimmy the Saint said...

Ferrell Gummitt:
I bet Ken would write about those things if he lived in Chicago. There is only so much one can write about and right now because it's a Presidential year, we are mostly focused on that. Then again, Ken and most DWT readers don't particularly care for Rahm Emanuel, so I hope that counts for something.

At 5:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


What jimmy the saint says is true. This blog calls out bad republicans AND democrats alike. You should search "rahm" and "Steny Hoyer" and see what this blog says about them.

So, basically that premise you spout is wrong. Your perspective is that ALL democrats in your state are bad; that can't be right, either.

Hope this helps. Do check back again and read some of the posts, it might learn ya.


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