Friday, March 5, 2010

If you're gonna go, go whole hog

I'm on the other side of the globe from surprised (and it's a bit moist, hey, look, I think that's Australia otherwise how else do you explain the bikini-clad Elle Macpherson hallucination, Coleridge) at this wholly expected development, as you certainly ought to be, just make sure you're donning a fetching dayglo orange life preserver, but please don't permit this

The review of where and how to hold a Sept. 11 trial is not over, so no recommendation is yet before the president and Obama has not made a determination of his own, officials said. The review is not likely to be finished this week.
to turn into one more wasted opportunity. Friends! Romans! Assholes! For this is nothing but what we choose make of it -- can't you hear those freedom bells a-ringing? -- the perfect occasion for doing what we Americans do best.

Making money off of something!

So kindly shut your fucking pieholes, Peter King (no, the other crappy Peter King) and Miss Lindsey and Anthony Romero, Professional Commissar, stuff your respective pleas for righteous Christian slaughter and patchouli terrorist sympathizing, for we know what this great electorate wants, nay, needs, and all for the low, low price of $59.95! Order using your remote!

In this corner, upholding the great Islamic tradition of wrestlers past,




And in this corner, fresh from a domestic beatdown, defending Manifest Destiny, fluffy little bunnies and ostentatious, histrionic glam,

the Nature Boy!





*with fisticuffs, in case I wasn't clear.



MRMacrum said...

Back pedaling is starting to become a recurring theme in the BO Whitehouse. Which just reinforces the old adage. You pick the one that fits.

susan said...

If I had any loose change I'd buy a ticket for an honest trial.

Übermilf said...

The wrestling match should include the maximum number of sequins and satin capes allowed by law.

Tengrain said...

Graves, you swine!

It's just another example of President Carebear failing. It's what he does best.



Randal Graves said...

mrmacrum, I can live with the backpedaling, what I can't live with is the lack of entertainment value. Sure, Chimpy and his cohorts were amoral crackpots, but man, the chuckles! This yokel's as exciting as plain toast.

Here I am now, entertain me.

susan, pennies on the dollar, like foreclosed homes.

übermilf, I could agree more to the tune of 110% and have the perfect guest referee.

tengrain, maybe he's simply a big fan of the moonwalk.

Demeur said...

But who will the sponsors be? Toyota? Got to monetize this somehow.

Tom Harper said...

Oh Boy! When's this wrestling match coming to Pay-Per-View? Can't wait.

Liberality said...

on NPR today it was all but Obama as a candidate, and as a human being, can make all sorts of pledges and mean them too, but when he gets in office than the realities of the situation, and don't forget international politics and bi-partisan fuckery, rule--so all you liberal crybabies get over it.

No wonder I listen to NPR less and less--they are full up of that bi-partisan fuckery and luv, luv, luv it!

Christopher said...

The middle picture of Qadaffi in the read muumuu bears a scary similarity to the late, great actress Colleen Dewhurst.

Mary Ellen said...

and Obama has not made a determination of his own, officials said. The review is not likely to be finished this week.

I'm sure he didn't have time to review this because he's working so darned hard to get that DADT law overturned, right? It's on his list of things to do...sometime. :roll:

Mauigirl said...

Every time I hear Peter King on the radio talking about how terrible it would be to hold the trial in New York I want to scream. What a blowhard. The hoop-la about how dangerous and expensive it would be to have this trial here is just ridiculous. I'm very disappointed Obama is listening to these yahoos.

La Belette Rouge said...

And here I was thinking that wrestling was fake. Thanks for clarifying it for me. Khadafi has a great costumer and he does look a little like Mickey Rourke in that last shot.

Randal Graves said...

demeur, we'll just ask one of those CEOs lounging about on his golden parachute. Betcha they're chock full of can't-miss ideas.

tom, is Mean Gene still around? We need an announcer, too.

liberality, hey now, you'd be bipartisan too if you had to face the withering glares of the Bart Stupaks and John Boehners of the world.

christopher, in addition to switching raiment depending on the occasion, does he also switch the spelling of his name? Take that, Prince Rogers Nelson.

nunly, oh, I'm sure he'll get right to that after he gets asked a few softballs about the Bears' new players.

mauigirl, fine, if you want to brave the chance that Khalid will be sending coded messages to his evil minions via French-made implants, well then you just hate America.

LBR, wrestling? Fake? Who's spreading such lies. It's certainly as real as politics. Just shinier. And see, another variant spelling. Muammar, you fashionista, you.

BDR said...

Ric Flair has shoes that cost more than your house.

Lola Sharp said...

Dude, I'm so with my friend Belette...he DOES look like the "new and improved" Mickey Roarke in that middle picture. *shudder*

I hope Khalid Mohammed gets some manscaping before the Smackdown. (Satan's chia pet) His 80's Flashdance sweatshirt alone is worthy of a slow painful epilady death by 1,932 virgins.

Great blog!

Beach Bum said...

"To be the man, you gotta beat the man."
Ric Flair

Saw him Charleston eons ago beating the living crap out of Ric Steamboat.

No point to this comment, just Ric coolness.

Randal Graves said...

BDR, I've got shoes that cost more than my house. It's a very crappy house.

lola, you can't reference Flashdance in reference to any of these creatures! Now I'm going to have nightmares.

BB, I'm surprised more of these yokels haven't croaked from steroid abuse.

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