Where have all the babbies gone
Triggybear and everyone
They’ve gone down the rabbit hole
Long time passing
Where has the dancing babbie gone
Did Track and Britta take her on
They’ve gone down the rabbit hole
Long time passing
Where has the bitch with the baby bump gone
Having trouble with the Belmont strap-on
She’s gone down the rabbit hole
Hope she stays there
I don’t think Bristol Palin liked all the negative comments about her recent announcement because she has written another post setting us all straight.
So there you giddy assholes – take that! She then goes on to say the following:
It sort of sounds as if she is implying that Dakota is the father. Meanwhile, over on his FB page he’s leaving up some rather derogatory comments about Bristol and the rest of the Palins. He doesn’t appear to be too worried.
Oh yes, and we were all imagining that she was an abstinence spokesperson for Candies.
P.S. I think someone should tell Bristol to sit down and STFU.
Once upon a time, when I lived in a small town in Australia, we had a woman who lived on the outskirts and she was called Mrs. White.
Mrs. White had really black hair and she wore a white coat and white boots and I’m not sure – I was thirteen at the time – but I got the distinct impression that she was godless and immoral.
Living in a family with five kids, we often used to fight. The worst insult that we could hurl at each other was – “You’re not one of us. We adopted you and Mrs. White is your real mother.”
Sarah Palin looks just like Mrs. White. A washed-up hooker.
- Joey Junker is the father. That would mean that Bristol knew she was pregnant when she became engaged to Dakota Meyer.
- Dakota Meyer is the father. That would mean that Dakota must have not been very pleased at the news – in view of the broken engagement. Did she try to entrap him?
- Some random dude is the father. That would mean…good christian conservative values are at play. Long live the GOP!
When people are speculating on the father of your child, it kind of says a lot about you.
I wandered over to c4p tonight. This is what greeted me…
Courtesy of The Huffington Post:
WASHINGTON — The latest and possibly the last serious effort to cripple Obamacare through the courts has just failed.
On Thursday, for the second time in three years, the Supreme Court rejected a major lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act — thereby preserving the largest expansion in health coverage since the creation of Medicare and Medicaid half a century ago.
The stakes of the case, King v. Burwell, were enormous. Had the plaintiffs prevailed,millions of people who depend upon the Affordable Care Act for insurance would have lost financial assistance from the federal government. Without that money, most of them would have had to give up coverage altogether. But two of the court’s conservatives, Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Anthony Kennedy, joined the court’s four liberals in rejecting the lawsuit in a 6-3 decision. Roberts delivered the opinion for the majority.
Antonin Scalia delivered the dissent and to say he is not happy is an understatement. Some excerpts from Huffpo:
“Today’s interpretation is not merely unnatural; it is unheard of,” he writes, which is, strictly speaking, true, since this was a new case.
“This case requires us to decide whether someone who buys insurance on an Exchange established by the Secretary gets tax credits. You would think the answer would be obvious — so obvious there would hardly be a need for the Supreme Court to hear a case about it,” Scalia says, again accurately, though not in the way he meant.
“The Court’s next bit of interpretive jiggery-pokery…”
“Pure applesauce,” he insists. “Imagine that a university sends around a bulletin reminding every professor to take the ‘interests of graduate students’ into account when setting office hours, but that some professors teach only undergraduates. Would anybody reason that the bulletin implicitly presupposes that every professor has ‘graduate students,’ so that ‘graduate students’ must really mean ‘graduate or undergraduate students’? Surely not.'”
He also throws the word scotuscare around as well in his dissent. He is fecking raging with Roberts too. Har har.
Courtesy of Mediaite:
“So the news comes today via Mike Allen that Fox News is parting ways with Sarah Palin. Total candor here: She’s been used so sparingly in recent months, I didn’t even know she was still under contract to this point.
To review, Palin was signed by Fox to much fanfare in 2010 and–after initially not renewing her deal in 2013–eventually signed her to a new contract that same year. In looking back, the Palin cable news thing never seemed to resonate, even with the rank and file. I interviewed her about two years ago, and while I found her to be exceptionally friendly and genuine off camera, her on-camera persona lacked punch. Her energy was surprisingly flat. Her answers oftentimes too long, too rehearsed.”
In other words, she was goddamned awful.
The Guardian had this to say about the breakup:
“Fox and Palin have split before. The pair first broke up in January 2013, following what were reported to be testy negotiations between Palin and Fox puppeteer Roger Ailes, who had been quoted by an anonymous third party as believing Palin to be “an idiot”.
After that first split, the former Alaska governor played the better-than-you card, saying that she was leaving Fox to expand her audience. “I’m taking my own advice here as I free up opportunities to share more broadly the message of the beauty of freedom and the imperative of defending our republic and restoring this most exceptional nation,” she said.
That only lasted eight months. Fox re-signed Palin in August, at a reported 75% pay cut.
Despite this most recent split, Fox has said it will still have her on air from time to time. Palin still retains her show, Amazing America with Sarah Palin, on the Sportsman Channel and her namesake internet television channel is still going strong. She has 4.4m Facebook likes and 1.15m followers on Twitter.
Palin is also angling to play a role in selecting the next Republican candidate for president. Her political action committee, SarahPac, put out a trailer for a movie to be released this summer, in which a parade of Republican politicians, including multiple current presidential candidates, kiss her ring on camera.”
“Elsewhere, Palin is running a poll to determine which woman should replace Alexander Hamilton on the $10 bill.”
I vote for Katie Couric
She is now obviously trying to ramp up her image and cadge a few more pennies from her faithful following. I took a trip to her FB page today and thought I was in the wrong place!
Poor old Sarah is clutching at straws now and her desperation is showing. I can’t wait to see her PAC filings at the end of the month.
She really had better be careful too about the tease for running for president. Some old, white, NRA gun nut might suddenly become mentally incapacitated at the thought of all the money he has wasted on her and decide to unload!
I will miss the screenshots from Fox, however.