Monday, September 1, 2008

To bomb the fuck out of everything, I guess













"John will make sure our children die needlessly in foreign lands!"

28 comments:

Karen Zipdrive said...

I see the RNC only chose the prettiest girls to make their case for them.

Agi said...

They also trust abstinence only sex education a little too much.

FranIAm said...

Choosy moms choose jif... and trust McCain. Cool.

Distributorcap said...

i bet those moms would not be there if their sons were 16-20

DCup said...

Moms Trust McCain to mention he's a POW at least ten times per day?

Moms Trust McCain to keep us all safe from ourselves?

Moms Trust McCain to be a crazy and impulsive?

Mary Ellen said...

I trust Diva/Nunly to make pot legal and ravioli's abundant....and I would also like to blow things up, just for the hell of it.

Dr. Zaius said...

Maybe some moms trust McCain. The batshit crazy ones.

pissed off patricia said...

Which just proves being a mom does not necessarily make one smart. And what dr. zaius said too.

DivaJood said...

"Can you hear me now? Good."

Übermilf said...

I trust him to be an asshole. He never disappoints me.

okjimm said...

Mom's Trust McCain? I thought MTM stood for Mary Tyler Moore? MTM isn't that the machine where I get beer money? MTM.... is that the channel that plays all the death-metal music?

Me?

I trust Governor William J. Lepetomane.

"We've gotta protect our phoney baloney jobs, gentlemen! "

La Belette Rouge said...

Mom's trust McCain to nominate Mom's with no experience---'cause those Republicans give women the rights to choose women with no experience who will take away our right to choose.

Dean Wormer said...

I wouldn't trust McCain with the television remote. Much less the military power of this nation.

Tom Harper said...

Moms trust McCain to send their sons to die in foreign lands. And to preach about morals and family values while boffing everything that moves (including the future vice president if he gets half a chance).

puddy said...

calm down people!!!! maybe they didn't mean to spell such nonsense... ever think it could just be a horrible coincidence that these three women just happened to wear random words on their shirts? EH????

Christopher said...

Yeah, Moms Trust McCain.

Too bad McCain doesn't trust Moms to have control over their own bodies.

The Old Coot's pathetic effort to pander to the least informed and most rightwing women in America by putting McCandy on the ticket is an insult to all women. Even the PUMA loons.

But the smart thinking is, McCandy will withdraw her name from consideration before Halloween. Then she can travel back to Juneau, on disgraced Sen. Ted Steven's "Bridge to No Where."

Ta, Ta, McCandy!

susan said...

I think the lady who was supposed to be first in line went on a bathroom break. Her shirt said 'NO'.

Unconventional Conventionist said...

Notics how "Trust" is on the phone -probably VERIFYING...

DivaJood said...

UC, she probably was the one vetting Sarah Palin.

S.W. Anderson said...

Good one, Susan. I wondered if the three moms were each given a T-shirt without knowing about the others, then told to stand together while a photo was snapped.

On second thought, they're probably willing participants who, fittingly, will later be seen serving Kool-Aid to the conventiongoers.

Our Juicy Life said...

Was listening to NPR and they were interviewing someone, can't remember who, but they were at the convention and they said that once Mr. Stubby chose Ms. Hell there was so much excitement in the campaign, a new excitement that hasn't been there before. Are you fucking kidding me? Excitement? Ms. Hell is horrible - her hate of animals - killing wolves in alaska and launching a lawsuit against putting polar bears on the endangered species list, her support to drill drill and drill some more. I agree we need to not be so dependent on foreign oil, but instead of drilling in all the protected places we should spend $$ and time getting away from oil. Those two together make for a very scary combination! Go obama!!!!

Border Explorer said...

I've gotta get here earlier in the day 'cuz I can't match these comments, but I sure enjoyed them. Randal, as our quarterback in the game of Blogger, you've thrown another great pass with this post.

Randal Graves said...

After being away from the internets for a day and coming back to this collection of comments, I can only conclude - and it breaks my heart to admit this - that you all hate America.

Spartacus said...

This picture drops the other six women with t-shirts saying...

To. Get. My. Child. Killed. In Iraq.

SadButTrue said...

These moms know that it won't be their kids going to war, but the children of those who can't find any other J.O.B. thanks to Republican policies. There is an evil synergy at work there, for sure.

Randal Graves said...

spartacus, I think they sold out of those shirts pre-convention.

sadbuttrue, wait, are you saying the most patriotic of patriotic parties supports policies that are, well, evil? No, no, I refuse to believe it.

libhom said...

franiam said:

"Choosy moms choose jif... and trust McCain. Cool."

That is absolutely hysterical.

Country Comes To Town said...

That's funny as hell. We need t-shirts with that slogan!