Saturday, October 6, 2007

Come work for The Pagan Throne!

Pagans always throw the best parties, anyway.
















Plus, who'd be a much more enjoyable boss to work for,

















this slimy, evil fuck, or












a pagan goddess? Sorry, Bill, you stay right where you're at. You and Hannity can argue over who has the biggest lapel p - oh, you don't have one on either. Nevermind.

6 comments:

Tom Harper said...

Pagans at CNN? Cool, I'll check it out.

Randal Graves said...

It's unfortunately not what we all hoped it would be.

PoliShifter said...

O'Reilly and Limbaugh have both been exposed for the nutjobs they are.

I'm hoping their careers are in a downward spiral.

A few more of these faux pas and they might be forced to pack it in.

Maybe someone should take O'Reilly to a Mexican Restaurant and let him stare at a amazement that no one is yelling "mas tequila pinche cavrone!", or if they are, they're probably white.

Randal Graves said...

We have to keep on exposing all these lunatic racist, homophobe hypocrites. Have done a horrible job over the years, and look what's happened. Fringe views are now mainstream.

And the only Mexican restaurants that O'Reilly has been inside are probably the white ones you talked about. You know, "authentic" ones. Like the Olive Garden is authentic, old world Italian.

Candace said...

I can't believe I'm saying this, but I have to agree with Orally on one point - the WH Press Corps should go. (But be replaced by real reporters who aren't afraid to ask tough questions, as opposed to taking dictation.)

Pagan Throne? WTF does that even MEAN?

Randal Graves said...

Real reporters asking tough questions is about as likely as winning the Powerball 5 or 6 times. And what's frustrating beyond that is that you'd think at some point pride would kick in and they'd fight against the condescension and obfuscating by Bush or the press secretary by doing their job.

And I think the Pagan Throne is the unseen overlord - Soros, probably, since he funds everything - that seeks to destroy the white, male Christian world of stalwart patriots like Bill and Sean.