A teleprompter for the telemarketer – a pair that beats a three of a kind.


    More on Mr. Smoothie …get out the fire hoses, the ‘left’ just caught on fire.
    I’ll be busy roasting the marsh mellows.


  • Charles Martel

    He was born in 1990 or 1991 and could live anywhere in the U.S., possibly even in China.

    He is the kid who will hack Obama’s teleprompter at some crucial moment and force The One to reveal his true self. “Pay no attention to the empty brain pan between my two largish ears!”

    But it will be too late. Even Helen Losse will collapse to the floor, muttering, “My God, my God, what have we done? Who could have ever thought that a dark-skinned man could be such an imbecile?”

    We will probably never learn his name. But we will honor him, first by building a monument in Chicago to the Unknown Hacker, and then later adding a face to Mt. Rushmore—zits, glasses, backwards baseball cap and all.

  • CollegeCon

    lol. How I long for such a day…

  • Zhombre

    ‘Enemy combatants’ the term was a holdover form the dark days of Bush Administration. The Obama Administration has to focus its energies on protecting us from the real threat: Rush Limbaugh.



    The visuals of Helen collapsing and muttering have sent my brain into overdrive and all I can see is the Wicked Witch of the East (I think it was the East, I can never remember) melting, along with the voice over of Herbert Morrison – “Oh, the humanity” circa 1937 reporting of the Hindenburg.

    I think there is a script here and you have the working title: The Unknown Hacker.

  • suek

    No…Wicked Witch of the West. Alliteration, you know. The witch from the north was the Good witch, and the wicked witch from the east was already dead. I think. Don’t remember anything about the witch from the south.

    At this point, all the good witches are in the middle – right there in Kansas, I think. East and West are _both_ wicked.

  • Mike Devx

    Charles #3
    >> Even Helen Losse will collapse to the floor, muttering, “My God […] Who could have ever thought that a dark-skinned man could be such an imbecile?”

    Spot on perfect, Charles! And subtle too! After all, they paid no attention to his past, nor to anything he said during the campaign… for white liberals, it was mostly about skin color, wasn’t it? But I belabor the obvious…

    And speaking of new faces on Mount Rushmore, if you haven’t seen this yet, it’s greatness:




    Thanks for clearing up the witches’ brew for me. The only witch from the south I can think of is Cynthia Mckinney, but’s that another story.

  • suek

    Heh. “Bubble bubble, toil and trouble…” eh?

    “Hark…something wicked this way comes…!”

    McKinney is really something, isn’t she!


    McKinney was the Emerald City (Green Party) candidate having switched parties for the 2008 run.

    If you are in California, she all ready came your way. Quick…get the bucket of water.

    “Ding Dong..the wicked witch… the wicked witch is (politically) dead.”

  • suek

    Maybe. I’ll believe it when I see the stake through her heart!

  • Mike Devx

    At least with Cynthia McKinney, you can see the looniness from miles away. She’s waaaaaaaay out there! She’s so far out there she’s got her own zip code.

    Some of the 9-11 history and the infamous Capitol police incident of McKinney history – another one of the seemingly endless “Do You Know Who I Am?” Washington D.C. moments:


    I believe Ms. McKinney has also stated that she believes 9-11 was an inside job.

    Two of my personal favorite McKinney looney-tunes quotes:

    “What is… disturbing to me is that many of these pro-Israeli lawmakers sit on the House International Relations Committee despite the obvious conflict of interest that their emotional attachments to Israel cause… The Israeli occupation of all territories must end, including Congress.”

    “To any honest observer, Zimbabwe’s sin is that it has taken the position to right a wrong, whose resolution has been too long overdue–to return its land to its people.”

    (Pure socialist policies causing total collapse, total misery, death and devastation… apparently do not matter at all. Zimbabwe is the poster child for how a bad administration can utterly destroy a country. In the last thousand years, has any other country on the face of the earth been laid to complete ruin as quickly as Zimbabwe has – without being invaded and gutted by another country, that is??? Ms. McKinney: you are a MORON.)


    Cynthia McMoron poster child for ‘chutzpah’.

    “Do You Know Who I Am?” –

    All together now…. we know who you are and what you are.

    Quite right …she’s so far out there, that she is in her own orbit.


    An oldie but goodie………

    The Sage From South Central Larry Elder Congresswoman Cynthia ‘Zsa Zsa’ McKinney’s greatest hits
    Posted: April 13, 2006
    1:00 am Eastern

    By Larry Elder
    © 2009 Laurence A. Elder

    1989: Zsa Zsa Gabor, the actress, gets pulled over for a traffic violation. She gets out of the car and slaps the Beverly Hills Police officer. A jury convicts her of assault, and a judge sentences her to three days in jail and fines her $13,000.

    2006: Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney, D-Ga., reportedly walks around a metal detector at a security checkpoint while entering the Longworth House Office Building. She fails to wear her congressional ID pin, the wearing of which is not required, although most members do. A U.S. Capitol Police officer reportedly calls out to her, “Ma’am, Ma’am, Ma’am.” But according to U.S. Capitol Police Chief Terrence Gainer, Congresswoman McKinney failed to stop, so a Capitol Police officer grabbed her. McKinney, according to the police, spun around and struck the officer in the chest.

    Send in the clowns.

    McKinney first puts out a statement of relative contrition, in which she calls this an “unfortunate confrontation.” But the next day – ta da! – she pulls out the race card. Now she claims that the officer engaged in “racial profiling.” “This whole incident,” said McKinney, “was instigated by the inappropriate touching and stopping of me, a female black congresswoman.” Her attorney
    called it a case of “being in Congress while black.”

    So add this to the long list of McKinney offenses, including many in which she used the race card as a shield or as a baseball bat. Let’s go to the videotape:

    McKinney accused then presidential candidate Al Gore of engaging in “Jim Crow practices” by limiting the number of black agents assigned to his Secret Service detail. Her official Web page said: “Gore’s Negro tolerance level has never been too high. I’ve never known him to have more than one black person around him at any given time. I’m not shocked, but I am certainly saddened by this revelation.”

    McKinney accused the White House of racism when the United States threatened to stay away from a 2001 U.N.-sponsored conference on racism if the agenda included talk of reparations for slavery and colonialism or a measure equating Zionism with racism. “Given that 30 percent of the U.S. population consists of people of color and that we have all experienced racism firsthand,” said McKinney, “I have to wonder if the Bush administration’s position … is just politically dumb or if it is perhaps indicative of something more malignant … I am compelled to ask the obvious question, then, that no one will ask: Is the Bush White House just full of latent racists?”

    Shortly after Sept. 11, 2001, New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani rejected a Saudi Arabian prince’s $10 million offer for the victims’ families of the World Trade Center attacks, because the offer came with a lecture about the “slaughter” of Palestinians “at the hands of the Israelis.” Ms. McKinney wrote the prince a letter of apology, “Your Royal Highness, the state of black America is not good.” She then uncorked a litany of black America’s grievances, including, but not limited to, poverty, homelessness, hunger, an unfair criminal justice system, “health disparities” with blacks less likely to receive surgery than whites, and the demise of affirmative action. Magnanimously, she offered to provide names of charities that might benefit from the $10 mil.

    Just six months after the atrocities of Sept. 11, McKinney attacked the year-old Bush administration: “We know there were numerous warnings of the events to come on Sept. 11,” she said on a radio station interview. “What did this administration know and when did it know it, about the events of Sept. 11? Who else knew, and why did they not warn the innocent people of New York who were needlessly murdered?”

    Two months after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, McKinney read Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff the headline: “Nursing Home Owners Charged in Deaths,” in the case of 44 patients who were not evacuated in New Orleans. “Mr. Secretary, if the nursing-home owners are arrested for negligent homicide, why shouldn’t you also be arrested for negligent homicide?” McKinney said. “It seems that chaos was the plan that was implemented. Leadership, Mr. Secretary, was lacking.”

    In December 2005, McKinney still claimed Katrina equaled racism: “Racism is something we don’t like to talk about, but we have to acknowledge it,” McKinney said. “And the world saw the effects of American-style racism in the drama as it was outplayed by the Katrina survivors.”

    McKinney suggested “many parallels” between rapper Tupac Shakur’s death and the “attacks and deaths carried out by the FBI … against political musicians and activists since the 1950s.”

    Meanwhile, as McKinney held her in-Congress-while-black press conference, someone of true courage stood before 2,000 people in New Orleans. Entertainer/actor/activist Bill Cosby courageously said, “It’s painful, but we can’t cleanse ourselves unless we look at the wound … Ladies and gentlemen, you had the highest murder rate, unto each other. You were dealing drugs to each other. You were impregnating our 13-, 12-, 11-year-old children.”

    Will the real so-called black leader please stand up?