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Only Pat Robertson -- and his Flock -- Would Denigrate Robin Williams

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This is so far past Ick that new adjectives need forming and disseminating.

But then again, Pat Robertson's middle name is Ick.

Robertson brings it back to liberal sin and excess every time, but targeting the revered and only recently passed Robin Williams was a Christian Slime move of the first water.

Don't you just want to move next-door to that?

Here are a couple of Robertson doozies:

'There is no such thing as separation of church and state in the Constitution. It is a lie of the Left and we are not going to take it anymore.'

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'The flooding of New Orleans is a sign that God is tired of seeing his creation mocked by the Mardi Gras and its perverted display of debauchery and exposed breasts.'

Robertson has a catalogue of incidents (or perhaps a roomful of binders) that should have had him certified years and years and years and years and years ago. He's stuck somewhere between 1776 and 1945.

Sad, really … until you think about how many millions (perhaps billions) Robertson and his ilk of Ick have put the tithing squeeze on their subscribers/bank-roll/churchgoers to attain.

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Rick Perry, Governor Good Hair, Takes a Great Mug Shot

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perrywaronwomenRick Perry found  his niche.

Being indicted -- finally -- at the gubernatorial level.

It's going around, not the best year for conservative governors. Still praying that Chris Christie's moment is close. November is right around the proverbial corner.

It is critical that we all get our derrieres to the Voting Booth, friends. It's positively likely we may see (and hear) that giant fall from Trenton.

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Superb footage by Maddow, she's been all over Perry. Two takes.
 

 

Maddow is ah-mazing, on every story - she does background and employs a fact checker. Remember those?

Fascinating piece on Perry by Cleveland Online.

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- On paper, Texas Governor Rick Perry has been indicted by an Austin grand jury on two felony counts for coercion and abuse of official capacity. But in reality, Perry is being prosecuted for playing hardball politics and nothing more.

Perry's indictment stems from his response to Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg pleading guilty to DUI charges in 2013. Perry, along with other Texas officials, demanded Lehmberg resign, declaring her unfit to continue serving as D.A. and head of the State's Public Integrity Unit. When Lehmberg refused, Perry used his line-item veto power to slash the funding of the Public Integrity Unit. Travis County is the county seat of the Texas Capitol. Perry and other elected officials have long sought to have the powers of the State Public Integrity Unit Transfered to the State Attorney General's office.

 

Courtesy By Jeff Darcy, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Courtesy/By Jeff Darcy, Northeast Ohio Media Group

The real abuse of power here seems to be the special prosecutor seeking to indict Perry for demanding the resignation of a D.A. convicted of DUI and using his constitutional line-item veto powers.

If politicians like Perry are going to start being jailed for being politicians and using authorized powers, it's going to take a lot of Texas illegal aliens to help build all the new prisons that will be needed to house them all.

Now there's yer' sign. Will Perry Operatives and Sugah Daddy's jump ship like the rats they are? Wouldn't be very nice to have poor GreenPeace stuck with him.

Perry's own words:



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Ick.

More Ick, sorry for the Fvx overtones.

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Tea Party Kills Job Creation In North Carolina

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Image: North Carolina Film Office

Nice going, Tea Party! Looks like you - and hard right multimillionaire Art Pope, who has essentially bought the legislature and state house - have dealt another blow to state jobs by driving television and film production out of state! As California moves closer to quadrupling tax incentives for film production, North Carolina is moving in…

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Documentary: The Billionaires' Tea Party

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Tea Party Billionaires

From YouTube

Documentary detailing the corporate sponsors of the Tea Party and the history of the whole movement.

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Tea Party Leader Asks God To 'Be Violent' Against Establishment Republicans

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It Won't Be the Happiest Place on Earth if Glenn Beck Goes Disney

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This is a total WTFBBQ(??!!??) situation.

Glenn Beck is full of (disgusting) plans for this great, patriotic, white, exceptional nation, and this time he's glommed onto Walt Disney. And adopted a propensity for the taste of 'Christian blood'.

I told you it was stamped and verified WTFBBQ.

Maybe he's all afternoon delight about the foul aroma of odeur of impeachment in the air, is Beck. He's clearly heading towards Shock Jock Black Belt qualification.

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Catch this bit of inanity from Fvx Noise.

Glenn Beck appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources for the second week in a row (why) and told host Brian Stelter that he was modeling himself less after Edward R. Murrow and more after Walt Disney. He specified that this did not mean Beckland theme parks, but did mean … whatever this next bit says:

“Disney was an innovator on everything. We went to space because of Walt Disney. You know, Walt Disney brought his animator that did the Seven Dwarfs and said ‘I’ve got this Nazi scientist that I need you to meet, Wernher Von Braun.’ The year is 1954 or ’55. He said, ‘He thinks we can put a man in space. I want you to tell that story.’

“In 1955 just before he opens the park he starts his TV show, Disneyland, he has a special called ‘Man in Space.’ The story goes that Eisenhower called him up and said, ‘Walt, you son of a bitch, you did it. I’ve been trying to convince the people at the Pentagon. I don’t need that. You just convinced the American people.’ A world without Walt Disney, America without Walt Disney, not just the parks, is a very different place. He affected our culture in a positive way.”

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Watch the clips below.

 

Course, now it's not even been a week since Glenn Beck put a bib on and mowed through a short stack of pancakes … drizzled not with Aunt Jemina or Vermont's Maple Syrup … but with 'Christian blood'. After, Eeeeeew, check out the Beck asshattery of the month.

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Dude been sneaking True Blood binge-watching in?? Very similar to last season's finale, just sayin'. Tom Cruz may have got the gig, but Beck can dream.

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Steve King Is at It Again - This Time Goes Absolutely Apeshite on Immigrants #RANPaul

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Infuriating, knicker twisting, deplorably inept, xenophobic, a Major Faux Pas Pas Pas …  is the Representative from Iowa, Steve King.

Have a horrified couple of YouTube - huge tip o' the hat to GottaLaff for the story spotting and video linkage. [Laffy Note: Check out Rand Paul making a quick exit. Hence the hashtag... #RANPaul. More on this in Nicole Sandler's post and podcast later.]

Okoboji, Iowa (CNN) – Republican Rep. Steve King was confronted Monday night at his own fundraiser by an undocumented immigrant and activist who argued with the Iowa congressman over his stance on immigration.

Erika Andiola, who’s involved with the Arizona DREAM Act Coalition, mostly took issue with King’s vote last week to curb the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that allows certain young people - who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children - to delay deportation.

Image courtesy Sergio Hernandez, Cartoonist

Image courtesy Sergio Hernandez, Cartoonist

The very existence of flamethrowers proves that some time, somewhere, someone said to themselves, “You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I’m just not close enough to get the job done.”
– George Carlin

And on CNN and Youtubes Vids, below, you get a TMI closeup of King's execrable exploits.

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For a refresher on past Steve King level excoriating, a 2013 high for him on the satanic Amnesty attacks.

I think we absolutely crown him … King of the GOP.Tea Asshattery … and I literally mean the more modern 'crowning the Dude".  A marble one ought to do -- the desperately needed for Iowa and America herself -- hat trick.

 

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