Archive for anger

Video- Bill O’Reilly Psychoanalyzes Atheists: So Much ‘Anger,’ ‘Are They That Bitter Against Religion?”


Dunno where Bill hangs out, but this atheist is cheery as ever. Via.


Oh great, now we all have to go to prison. Thanks, Alec.


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alec baldwin apologyVia MSNBC :

I would like to address the comments I made this past week.

I did not intend to hurt or offend anyone with my choice of words, but clearly I have – and for that I am deeply sorry. Words are important. I understand that, and will choose mine with great care going forward. What I said and did this week, as I was trying to protect my family, was offensive and unacceptable. Behavior like this undermines hard-fought rights that I vigorously support. I understand “Up Late” will be taken off the schedule for tonight and next week.

I want to apologize to my loyal fans and to my colleagues at msnbc – both for my actions and for distracting from their good work. Again, please accept my apology.

To be honest, I didn't think Alec Baldwin's show on MSNBC would last, and to be honest squared, this is about how long I figured it would stay on the air. I'm surprised he's only going to be off the schedule for two weeks.


Alec Baldwin's new weekly MSNBC talk show was suspended for two episodes after the actor was videotaped using an anti-gay epithet against a photographer during a New York street encounter. [...]

... Baldwin reportedly lost his cool again Friday when a reporter for a New York TV channel asked about the [stalker] trial and, according to, Baldwin called him "dumb."

Baldwin has had well-publicized issues like this before, so nobody is surprised. It's really a shame, because he's talented, hilarious, and bright. None of that excuses his behavior in the least, nor was it an attempt to. Just lamenting out loud.

Anyway, thanks a bunch, Alec. Because of you, we're right back to this:


'America Needs A White, Republican President' Says Joe The Plumber


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You all remember Joe, Joe Wurzelbacher. That Joe the Plumber guy from the McCain for President ads. The guy who the Conservative media hopped, skipped and jumped into national figure with the Joe the Plumber campaign and then... poof.  Like McCain's aspirations for the presidency, he was gone.

Well, he's been located, not as part of a "where are they now" show, but on the internet and in the twittersphere. Here's what ol' Joe has been writing as reported on MailOnline:

in an article posted to his website on Thursday, Joe Wurzelbacher assured readers that wanting a 'white Republican president doesn’t make you a racist, it just makes you American.'

The controversial post contended that '[i]n the pre-black president era, criticizing the president was simply the American thing to do. An exercise of one’s First Amendment right. Criticism had nothing to do with color, because there had never been a black president.'

But posting to his site isn't all Joe's done. As I said, he's been tweeting:

The Daily Edge wrote: '#ThatAwkwardMoment when racist Joe the racist Plumber says wanting racist things doesn't make him a racist #racism'.

John wrote: 'A white President killed 100.000's in Iraq. A black President gives healthcare to kids with cancer. Joe the Plumber wants the white one. #p2'

This is the guy Republicans spent millions of dollars promoting. He was their front man. Is he still?

Is this what Republicans are thinking? Is this why our government is shutdown -- to show up the Black president? It's becoming way too evident that race and politics are at a schism. Those who want to make things work are stymied by those wearing racially tinted lenses.

Our movement as a country is sadly going backwards after years of progress. Racial profiling is more out in the open now with Bloomberg's New York stop and frisk. We're seeing a Congress where most of the Black elected officials are from one party. From the other party two of the most outspoken Republicans are minorities. Rubio and Cruz are Hispanics in an old white man's party. It leads you to ask, when you see such bigotry as well as dysfunction by the GOP, how did they become part of the old white man's society? Are they really wolves in sheep's clothing?

How else did they get elected. And look what they did when they got their senate seats -- both of them (Cruz/Rubio) are pushing to deny citizenship to those undocumented folks already here. Granted, Rubio signed onto the senate immigration bill, but then has since walked back his pro-citizenship stance.

Where we go is up to us. It's not up to the government because the current elected officials have proven they can't work together. So we must. We must push to replace these elected officials. Some good will be swept out with the bad. But this is no time to start picking and choosing -- it's time to speak out with a clean sweep -- Dump the Chump!

We have to put aside color, race, religion and become a United States once again. Getting rid of the current ineffective and painfully infected Congress will be that crucial step if we're going to move forward.


VIDEO-- Karl Rove: Stephen Colbert needs "professional counseling on his anger management issues."


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ABC News’ Benjamin Bell asked Karl Rove what he thought about the above question from a viewer via Facebook:

Via ABC news, to spare you from having to watch the entire video, the relevant segment about Colbert starts at about 3:13.


How do you feel about Stephen Colbert's big Canned Ham rendition of your head?

Karl Rove:

"Well, look, he’s an entertainer so he gets to be funny and exaggerate things and so forth.  Though I have to admit, when he took out the knife and started stabbing it, I think he might need a little bit of professional counseling on his anger management issues.

“I don’t know whether that was working out his inner feelings, or encouraging maybe someone to maybe mimic him or just sort of being funny.  But there was a little bit of, you know, anxiety in his stabs there, so...”

Below is the Colbert Report segment in question. Color me biased, but IMHO, Colbert the Comedian doesn't appear anxious or angry. Oh that's right, Rove is the master of projection.

I wonder what kind of management Karl Rove thinks he himself might need after all his lies and smear campaigns.

What kind of management might he need after making a total ass of himself on live TV as he went into full-on denial on election night, suffering a meltdown when Ohio was called for President Obama?

What kind of management would be appropriate after he “scared” people with “this Orwellian sense that black helicopters” will confiscate guns?

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