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DUmmie FUnnies 03-12-09 (Long Winded Idiot Pitt Blows Ill Wind)
DUmmie FUnnies ^ | March 12, 2009 | William Rivers Pitt, DUmmies, and PJ-Comix

Posted on 03/12/2009 6:12:12 AM PDT by PJ-Comix

It seems like William Rivers Pitt has forgotten his role in perpetrating one of the biggest journalistic frauds (Karl Rove "indictment scoop") of the 21st century. Having conveniently removed that episode from his memory banks, Pitt has now jumped back on his soapbox to lecture conservatives as you can see in his latest DUmmie THREAD, "Idiot Wind." You want some idiot wind, Pitt? Well, this edition of the DUmmie FUnnies is going to blow your own idiot wind right up your butt with your own words. Yes, every single reply will consist entirely of Pied Piper Pitt quotes so we can see just who is the idiot. So let us now watch Pied Piper Pitt blow yet more hot air in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, who will now do nothing more than copy and paste Pitt's own ill wind, is in the [brackets]:

One thing is certain: martial arts movie star Chuck Norris does not like President Obama. Not at all. Not one little bit. Norris dislikes Obama so much, in fact, that he discussed running for the office of president of Texas, which doesn't exist, as part of a larger move by him and a variety of other right-wing groups to overthrow the American government and return honor and decency to the country.

No, really, he said all that, and more. Read it yourself if you don't believe me. The best part is where he writes, "Remember the Alamo!" Great stuff.

Or something.

["It is difficult to pinpoint exactly when the third American empire came into being, but a hockey game will suffice as a marker. On February 2, 1980, the American Olympic hockey team came from nowhere to defeat the unbeatable Soviet squad in Lake Placid. The subsequent eruption of nationalistic fervor, augmented by the American squad’s victory over Finland in the final round to capture the gold medal, led to an outpouring of public emotion that no sporting event had ever created."]

There's more. The owner of right-wing web forum Free Republic, Jim Robinson, was recently forced to post a truly deranged piece of apologia regarding the attention his web site recently earned from the Secret Service. "Unfortunately," wrote Robinson, "we are saddled with a communist sympathizer in the White House. I don't know whether or not he's an actual card carrying commie, but he's definitely an America-hating, anti-capitalist Marxist leftist who thinks communism is the way to go. So now comes the problem. If you feel it's your duty to call Obama a traitor and use salty language in your proposed resolution, ie, suggest the commie be keelhauled, walked off the plank, run up the yardarm, tarred and feathered and run out of Dodge, etc, etc, etc, you may be facing a visit from your friendly Secret Service."

"Keep," wrote Robinson in closing, "your powder dry." Yeah, O.K., good thinking.

Or something.

["It was at Lake Placid that the now-familiar chant of “U.S.A.! U.S.A.!” was born. The American people had been well-trained during the second empire to expect being on top, and the years prior to Lake Placid had been hard. Something so simple as a win on that ice was enough to strike sparks again, to ignite the long fuse that has been this third American empire. The American people were mesmerized by the vision of their flag rising next to but just a little higher than the red Soviet banner. It was their first taste of what would become a long and uninterrupted stretch of total global dominance."]

Last month, Fox News celebrity Sean Hannity ran a poll on his web site. It asked readers what kind of revolution they'd prefer: military coup, armed rebellion or war for succession? "#3 seems most realistic," opined Hannity, "since it does present an opportunity for more homogeneous states to sort of capitalize on their homogeneity. However, it would likely lead to mass migrations of the minority partisans out of the rebel states. Of course, that may be fine with those states. Yet it seems that the ultimate paradox in any rebellion for freedom from within is that the ultimate goal is to impose the will of the rebels on everyone else through force. It seems the very foundation of representative democracy is ****tered if we accept that we exchange the power of ideas for the power of the sword upon each other. Nevertheless, I am still very interested in your own preferred form of revolt."

That page has since been removed from Hannity's web site, surely due to some technical glitch, but before it was taken down, "armed rebellion" appeared to be the most popular choice of the three.

Of course.

["Friday 12 May 2006...Within the last week, Karl Rove told President Bush and Chief of Staff Joshua Bolten, as well as a few other high level administration officials, that he will be indicted in the CIA leak case and will immediately resign his White House job when the special counsel publicly announces the charges against him, according to sources."]

Earlier this week, right-wing loudmouth Glenn Beck asserted during his radio show that President Obama's lifting of the ban on embryonic stem cell research would open the way for the genetic development of a new master race. "So here you have Barack Obama," said Beck, "going in and spending the money on embryonic stem cell research, and then some, fundamentally changing - remember, those great progressive doctors are the ones who brought us Eugenics. It was the progressive movement and it was science. Let's put science truly in her place. If evolution is right, why don't we just help out evolution? That was the idea. And sane people agreed with it! And it was from America. Progressive movement in America. Eugenics. In case you don't know what Eugenics led us to: the Final Solution. A master race! A perfect person. The stuff that we are facing is absolutely frightening. So I guess I have to put my name on yes, I hope Barack Obama fails. But I just want his policies to fail; I want America to wake up."

["I'd have told you, had you asked, because you are owed that much. But sadly, no. You threw me and Jason and truthout under the bus. Publicly, because you do not have the COURAGE to stand with someone who has stood with you. You couldn't even do it silently... This was a wheat-from-the-chaff moment, and you failed. You spend a good deal of time talking about standing strong, but you publicly f*cked one man who has stood stronger for you more than any other. Name for me please the New York Times and international best-selling book, translated into twelve languages, that thanks you and your site above anything else. First and foremost... There is one. Only one. Mine. Before my own mother, I thanked you."]

One assumes this forthcoming master race will enjoy minds of greater volume and depth than Mr. Beck's, because, well, people just can't get much dumber than this. It would be a profound waste of genetic material if we went out and created some master race that, like Messrs. Beck, Hannity and Robinson, was incapable of rational thought or speech. Just an idea.

["The stickier wicket, aw hell, let's be honest and call it the stickiest wicket, came when I posted the truthout story that Karl Rove had been indicted. Another thread in big block letters."]

There is even more out there like this, from all over the place, with each seemingly trying to out-weird the other. So, yeah, it appears a fair portion of America's hard-right population, along with most if not all of their spokespeople and commentators, have been driven absolutely, positively bat-poop crazy by the election of and policies by Barack Obama.

["For clarity: Truthout stands by this story, today as yesterday, as described on the blog page. Period, end of file. I am not speaking for them in any official capacity, because this is a personal thread, but I can read the TO blog as clearly as you can. If you want more than that, consult an astrologist, or talk to someone besides me. Read the first sentence of this paragraph again if further clarity is required on the basic premise."]

The trend has been sucking in more and more high-profile members of the conservative community. Newt Gingrich was forced to jump up and down on Rush Limbaugh for saying he wants Obama to fail. Limbaugh responded by calling Gingrich "a fly-by-night operator," who can't be depended on and who "will sell you out." Republican Sen. Bob Bennett of Utah came close to threatening Arizona with an infestation of crickets to shut John McCain up about earmarks in the budget. Conservative commentator David Brooks called House Minority Leader John Boehner "insane" after Boehner called for a complete freeze on federal spending as an answer to the ongoing economic crisis.

["I am not going to engage in any back-and-forth about how TO handled and/or reported the story, and if you're looking for that brawl, look elsewhere. TO stands by the story, and that's where it's at, period. The truth will out when Fitz is ready to share."]

Let the idiots follow through with their hollow threats. Let us take of this problem sooner, rather than later...

["I am writing this to address my own behavior on this forum when the story first came out, because my behavior deserves both an explanation and some apologies... One thing, before I get into this, about my silence regarding this issue and my absence here over the last weeks. The Rove story is the biggest story Truthout has ever handled, and there was a lot of attention on us. A lot lot lot. I learned, from hard experience, that really basic comments here would wind up on 200 blogs in 0.000004 seconds."]

Traitors...one and all!

["The choice: a) Keep posting on DU and excruciatingly measure every word, syllable and letter to make sure I'm not saying anything that can be taken out of context, twisted, manipulated, or simply misunderstood...or b) Keep my mouth shut and not complicate an already-complicated situation... I chose "B," which, for those of you who have spent a lot of electrons posting about how appalling it is that your questions didn't get answered, is the answer you get. I owe an apology to the DUers who have been forced to slog past all the threads along this particular line. I wish it could have been different, but that would have been irresponsible. I hope you understand."]

Calling Beck dumb assumes that he believes all that trash-talk... and isn't just filling the airwaves with hate for money. That's an enormous assumption, and an incorrect one, I suspect. He's playing dumb, because dumb makes him rich. Whether or not he ever learned to be smart may be a secondary concern.

["I put all the stuff above about my time here into this post so I could maybe give folks a basic idea of how awful it was when the attack dogs were loosed on me. I couldn't believe it. These were not people who wanted the story to be true and were angry when confirmation didn't come. These were people who started, right out of the gate, attacking me and Leopold and truthout as liars and bullshit artists. It was immediate, and extreme, and very personal."]

the right wing is imploding

["I lost my temper. There's no way to sugar-coat it. I couldn't believe this place I had spent so much time in could turn on a dime and dole out so many hurtful, personally hurtful, deeply hurtful, statements. I flipped out. I can't take it back, erase it, smooth it over. I blew my stack and vented my spleen. Once upon a time I could do that safely...but then again, once upon a time I could log on to DU and not see 15 GD threads attacking my character, so...selah."]

You know, if all this right wing hot air could be harnessed we'd go a long way toward solving our energy woes. It's really a shame not to have it serve some useful purpose.

["Now...as for the "cretins" and "f*ckwits" who made this whole experience brutally personal, who inspired the thread that has been much ballyhooed, you know who you are, you know that you were the intended target of that post, and you get absolutely, positively no apologies from me in this or any other life. Hammerhead sharks could take feeding-frenzy lessons from you...which makes me wonder to what degree you need hobbies beyond this online life. Seriously."]

Unfortunately, it's not just hot air. It is dangerous, traitorous, inflammatory rhetoric.

["...but I am not like you. Above and beyond all the other differences between you and me, there is this: The first day I signed on here, before I was anything more than an anonymous high school teacher, when I had the chance to be another anonymous screen-name and nothing more, I had to decide what to call myself here. It was 2001, and the deal had gone down, and we had a lot of work to do, and I had decided that come hell or high water, I was going to do my part. "]

If this is the kind of crap that's making it onto the airwaves, just imagine what's being swapped in the bars & basements.

["I signed up as WilliamPitt, the name my parents gave me on my first day on the planet... I can certainly be a bastard, an asshole, a jerk, name the perjorative and at some point I have qualified for it, but I sign my real name to everything I do, for good or ill. I have it in the back of my mind that this kind of self-generated accountability is worth something in this wild-west online hoohah. When I do good, I do so under my real name. When I blow it, I do so under my real name. The swings are pretty wide and wild, and maybe if I were another anonymous "BushSux2008" name out there, it wouldn't be so nuts."]

Chuck Norris the President of Idiocracy? But, but, but... I know Texans who are really smart. Will they have to move away, if for no other reason than the inability to stomach idiots?

["Ronald Reagan, the first president of this third empire, was the avatar of these movement conservatives, who first began to become an organized entity in American politics during the campaign of Barry Goldwater. Reagan was their perfect man: Confident to a fault, dedicated to the enrichment of the wealthy corporate class while deconstructing Roosevelt’s social safety net by any means necessary."]

I'm guessing cities like Austin will not accept a President Norris.

["When the Berlin Wall finally fell, when the Soviet empire finally imploded, the banner for this third American empire was unfurled for all to see. For the first time in history since the apex of Roman rule, one nation and one government and one military ruled supreme over the known world. The movement conservatives, having lost communism as the main target for their energies and ire, turned inward and laid siege to the tattered remains of the leftover establishment that lingered from the second empire."]

Ah, good ol' chuckie....spoken as a true child of christ! It's the nature of the beast. I think chuckie is a looneytarian, even though he did that campaign commercial with huckabee. It's just so damn hard to tell the Republicans from the Libertarians anymore.

["There will be a fourth American empire. Like the previous three, its realities will exist far beyond platitudes and utopian desires. If the ultimate collapse of the third empire is as debilitating as it threatens to be, this fourth empire will be hard put to sustain itself any better than its predecessors. In the collapse of the third empire looms the ultimate threat: A breed of American fascism that will dwarf in both scope and brutality all previous breeds of harsh authoritarian rule."]

Idiot Wind? More like Idiot Hurrican or Idiot Tornado. These people (and I have to use the term loosely here because they're so stupid) should be in a room with padded walls.

["Several years ago, I was wrongly and clandestinely accused of terrible things in two separate incidents. The action appears to have been motivated by petty maliciousness in one case and by fear and racism in the other. The rumors were discussed and believed by literally hundreds of people, including those in administrative and dominant social positions. I found out about both years or months later from people outside the organizations, as no one inside them bothered to confront, warn, or face up to me in person. Prior to this, I was one of the most universally respected persons, but since then I have been stained, and carry a legacy of disgrace. Upon visiting one organization after my direct involvement ended, I heard about the accusation there again from people much younger than me, indicating that when I and the others left, the story and the mark stayed."]

Call it idiocy, call it lunacy, but these f*ckers are dangerous. And most of their listeners could easily be molded into another Timothy McVeigh.

["Though the accusations were never brought to legal ends, I fear that they carry the effect of multiple felony convictions. I believe that should I ever apply for a job that requires a thorough background check, run for public office, or make an enemy of any person, these rumors will spring out of my history, and because they are believed by so many people and I have no means to disprove them, be taken as fact. This won’t ever go away, no matter how old I live to be. It will follow me all the way to my grave."]

Absolutely. They are the biggest threat to this country

["I’m in a different town now, but I remain surrounded by people involved in both incidents. At any time, should I be recognized publicly, or should someone have a grudge against me, some of the very accusers themselves can step forward and instantly destroy my career prospects, social relationships, and most other aspects of my life beyond hope of repair."]

of course beck fears a master race, coz it would rub out mental midgets such as himself and his ilk.

["There have been three American empires since the creation of this nation. Each has fed the other, and each has been established and fortified by war, and more importantly, by the vast profits derived by the few in the making of war."]


TOPICS: Humor
KEYWORDS: billpitt; boston; du; duh; dummies; pitt; ritter; scottritter; truthout; truthoutorg; williampitt; williamriverspitt
Ironically, just a couple of days before his Karl Rove indictment "scoop," Pitt was delivering a stern lecture to columnist Richard Cohen on the topic of journalistic ethics.
1 posted on 03/12/2009 6:12:13 AM PDT by PJ-Comix
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To: Xenalyte; RMDupree; AlexW; CzarNicky; Mike Fieschko; motzman; codercpc; thingumbob; tje; ml1954; ...

PING!


2 posted on 03/12/2009 6:13:00 AM PDT by PJ-Comix (JUMBY WANTS TO BE BORN NOW!!!)
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To: PJ-Comix

Top 5.


3 posted on 03/12/2009 6:13:07 AM PDT by SamKeck
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top ten


4 posted on 03/12/2009 6:14:10 AM PDT by mylife ( The Roar Of The Masses Could Be Farts)
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To: PJ-Comix

top 10


5 posted on 03/12/2009 6:15:02 AM PDT by NeoCaveman (hey who ordered the trillion dollar crap sandwich? FUBO. Ugly and incendiary entertainer fan.)
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To: PJ-Comix
Pitt was delivering a stern lecture to columnist Richard Cohen on the topic of journalistic ethics.

The only thing Pitt could contribute to a lesson on journalistic ethics is a personal appearance as the "before" exhibit.

6 posted on 03/12/2009 6:16:35 AM PDT by steve-b (Intelligent design is to evolutionary biology what socialism is to free-market economics.)
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Top 10 - BTR


7 posted on 03/12/2009 6:25:27 AM PDT by Arrowhead1952 (It took almost 250 years to make the USA great and 30 days for BO to tear it down.)
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To: PJ-Comix

Top 10. Now to read.(my favorite DUmmie subject.. Pitt stain)


8 posted on 03/12/2009 6:29:40 AM PDT by GQuagmire
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Pittiful Top 10!


9 posted on 03/12/2009 6:31:49 AM PDT by Incorrigible (If I lead, follow me; If I pause, push me; If I retreat, kill me.)
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"I'd have told you, had you asked, because you are owed that much. But sadly, no. You threw me and Jason and truthout under the bus. Publicly, because you do not have the COURAGE to stand with someone who has stood with you. You couldn't even do it silently... This was a wheat-from-the-chaff moment, and you failed. You spend a good deal of time talking about standing strong, but you publicly f*cked one man who has stood stronger for you more than any other. Name for me please the New York Times and international best-selling book, translated into twelve languages, that thanks you and your site above anything else. First and foremost... There is one. Only one. Mine. Before my own mother, I thanked you."

hehehehehe. This is one of my favorites. It's funny.

Or something.

hehehehehe.

10 posted on 03/12/2009 6:33:27 AM PDT by jennyjenny
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To: PJ-Comix
One thing is certain: martial arts movie star Chuck Norris does not like President Obama. Not at all. Not one little bit. Norris dislikes Obama so much, in fact, that he discussed running for the office of president of Texas, which doesn't exist, as part of a larger move by him and a variety of other right-wing groups to overthrow the American government and return honor and decency to the country.

We'll do you one better DUmmie Pit.

Austin Powers
Mess with Texas? Sure. Divide it into five states.


"Keep," wrote Robinson in closing, "your powder dry." Yeah, O.K., good thinking.

"It was at Lake Placid that the now-familiar chant of “U.S.A.! U.S.A.!” was born. . . .

U.S.A. is not part of DUmmie lingo.


One assumes this forthcoming master race will enjoy minds of greater volume and depth than Mr. Beck's, because, well, people just can't get much dumber than this. It would be a profound waste of genetic material if we went out and created some master race that, like Messrs. Beck, Hannity and Robinson, was incapable of rational thought or speech. Just an idea.

["The stickier wicket, aw hell, let's be honest and call it the stickiest wicket, came when I posted the truthout story that Karl Rove had been indicted. Another thread in big block letters."]

. . . because, well, people just can't get much dumber than this. Hey pit, quit talking about your fellow DUmmies.


The trend has been sucking in more and more high-profile members of the conservative community. Newt Gingrich was forced to jump up and down on Rush Limbaugh for saying he wants Obama to fail.

The trend had been sucking in more and more high-profile members of the DBM community, but nothing was ever reported to the American public. 61% of dims wanted Bush to fail.


the right wing is imploding

the nutcase left wing is imploding


I'm guessing cities like Austin will not accept a President Norris.

That is correct DUmmie. The Texas Republic won't accept the DUmmies in Austin. We will FORCIBLY ship the DUmmies in Texas back to LA, San Fran, Boston or where ever.


Absolutely. They are the biggest threat to this country

Quit posting politically incorrect thoughts about Hussein, pig lousy and dingy hairy.

11 posted on 03/12/2009 6:48:31 AM PDT by Arrowhead1952 (It took almost 250 years to make the USA great and 30 days for BO to tear it down.)
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Timothy McVeigh??? He thinks freepers could be molded into TMcV? What an idiot.
12 posted on 03/12/2009 6:48:31 AM PDT by Ditter
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Oh my.


13 posted on 03/12/2009 6:49:20 AM PDT by franksolich (Scourge of the Primitives, in service to humanity)
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14?


14 posted on 03/12/2009 6:58:18 AM PDT by Condor51 (The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits)
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Name for me please the New York Times and international best-selling book, translated into twelve languages, that thanks you and your site above anything else.

WTH is he talking about?

Did this dumb ass write a book?

And who, out of the "12 languages" would give a rat's ass about arm-Pitt thanking an internet site for anything?

Is arm-Pitt as totally clueless as he appears to be in the mindless drivel that he spouts over at the DUmp?

Apparently, it is the only outlet he can find for his mindless rhetoric.

And if the damn fool had a best-selling internationally known book, then why is he still wearing faded-out t-shirts and ragged pants and hanging out in a dump like Bukowskis?

Does anybody take this dipshit seriously?

What a moron.

No wonder he thinks so much of Rama-lama-ding-dong Obama.

15 posted on 03/12/2009 7:05:42 AM PDT by OldSmaj (If Rush is the brains of the GOP, then Rahm Emanuel is the rectum of the Dems and libs.)
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Did this dumb ass write a book?

About six or seven years ago, and it was published by a vanity publisher. Someone did a count, and it turned out something like 84 of the words in the entire book were written by the Bostonian Drunkard; the rest of it by some now-disgraced weapons inspector.

This is long buried in the cemetery of recollections, but apparently the now-disgraced weapons inspector demanded, and got, the biggest cut of the profits, such as they were.

Is arm-Pitt as totally clueless as he appears to be in the mindless drivel that he spouts over at the DUmp?

The reason for my "oh my" above. I've been watching the Bostonian Drunkard for a very long time, and this appears to be his permanent descent into terminal alcoholism, no going back. The Bostonian Drunkard used to be merely delusional, but now it's obvious he's rabidly paranoid.

Does anybody take this dipshit seriously?

No.

16 posted on 03/12/2009 7:11:20 AM PDT by franksolich (Scourge of the Primitives, in service to humanity)
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"this forthcoming master race will enjoy minds of greater volume and depth than Mr. Beck's, because, well, people just can't get much dumber than this. It would be a profound waste of genetic material if we went out and created some master race race"

Yikes, Pitt agrees with the Germans of 1929!

17 posted on 03/12/2009 7:20:25 AM PDT by Cletus.D.Yokel (FreepMail me if you want on the Bourbon ping list!)
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Unfortunately, it's not just hot air. It is dangerous, traitorous, inflammatory rhetoric.
Hey Willie, Hillary said, "Dissent is Patriotic". Is she a "Traitor"?

If this is the kind of crap that's making it onto the airwaves, just imagine what's being swapped in the bars & basements.

Oh Nooo! We can't have that now, can we? People talking to each other in 'bars and basements', That's down right SUBVERSIVE!

btw, I find it funny Wee Willie comes up with 'Bars and basements'. Personally I no longer drink and haven't been in a 'Bar' is yeeeeeears. And we don't have a Basement neither. But why didn't he come up with 'Kitchens', 'Dining Rooms', 'Breakfast', and/or 'around the Dinner table'? You know, Normal Family Stuff. I guess the Wee one is assuming all DUmmies are drunks like him and still live in mommy's basement.

an aside -- When I DID partake in the consuming of cocktails, the Pittster would have been floored by what was said about Klintoon and democrats in general in that 'Bar'. No kidding, but the entire clientèle were republicans - and 'gun nuts' too boot(1). There was 'one' democrat woman who used to come in, but she stopped as couldn't stand the Klintoon/Democrat bashing. And Willie would have likely been kicked out, there was strict dress code.

(1) Everyone was a Business Owner, Manager and/or Salesman. No one pulled in less than $70,000 (this was back in 2000). And a few of 'the guys' were Millionaires.

18 posted on 03/12/2009 7:27:36 AM PDT by Condor51 (The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits)
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DU is such a onederful place where all you need is an imagination and you are a hero. You better not have anything BUT an imagination though.


19 posted on 03/12/2009 8:14:29 AM PDT by GeronL (Will bankrupting America lead to socialism?)
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"Call it idiocy, call it lunacy, but these f*ckers are dangerous. And most of their listeners could easily be molded into another Timothy McVeigh."

Well, of course you're an idiot Pitt-run, but in this case you're probably not too far off the mark. I am one dangerous MF'r and morons like you made me that way.

I also happen to be your neighbor, I shop in the same stores, and drink at the same bars. You can't differentiate me from one of your fellow mouth-breathers because I've worked hard over the years to blend in; to glide past without making a wake.

Please feel free to continue to bark your insults and disparagements. I'm sure it helps you to believe that you're a man. Just don't get too complacent. A funny thing about conservatives - we tend to be a fairly tolerant bunch. But when we reach the end of our patience or tolerance schmucks like you should make yourselves scarce because we are your worst nightmares.

You won't see me coming - I'm right behind you even now. And you're so arrogant that when it comes you'll probably be busy shooting off your mouth. I do guarantee that it will be swift, and it will be unpleasant, and it will be deserved.

Now then will pitt, what were you saying?
20 posted on 03/12/2009 8:18:39 AM PDT by rockrr (Global warming is to science what Islam is to religion)
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Yes, every single reply will consist entirely of Pied Piper Pitt quotes so we can see just who is the idiot. So let us now watch Pied Piper Pitt blow yet more hot air in Bolshevik Red while the commentary of your humble correspondent, who will now do nothing more than copy and paste Pitt's own ill wind, is in the [brackets]:

This alone guarantees that this will be one VERY LONG DUFU, which I may need to read between several breaks becuase of Pitt's cumbersome style.

This should be fun. Now, to read. If I can bear it.

21 posted on 03/12/2009 8:19:59 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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Norris dislikes Obama so much, in fact, that he discussed running for the office of president of Texas, which doesn't exist...

OK, help me out, here. I seem to remember my husband telling me that Texas is a Republic and a state by treaty, which can be broken. Is that true, or was he just blowing smoke? If it's true, then Chuck Norris running for President of a newly-seceded Texas may not be such a far-fetched idea. Not saying he'd WIN, but...

22 posted on 03/12/2009 8:23:43 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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[”It is difficult to pinpoint exactly when the third American empire came into being, but a hockey game will suffice as a marker. On February 2, 1980, the American Olympic hockey team came from nowhere to defeat the unbeatable Soviet squad in Lake Placid. The subsequent eruption of nationalistic fervor, augmented by the American squad’s victory over Finland in the final round to capture the gold medal, led to an outpouring of public emotion that no sporting event had ever created.”]

USA! USA! USA! USA! USA! USA!

I love that sound!


23 posted on 03/12/2009 8:25:21 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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To: PJ-Comix
The owner of right-wing web forum Free Republic, Jim Robinson, was recently forced to post a truly deranged piece of apologia regarding the attention his web site recently earned from the Secret Service.

Huh?!? How did I miss THAT?

24 posted on 03/12/2009 8:27:13 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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To: PJ-Comix

[”It was at Lake Placid that the now-familiar chant of “U.S.A.! U.S.A.!” was born. The American people had been well-trained during the second empire to expect being on top...]

So, you got a problem with us expecting to be on top, Pitt? Yeah, I guess you do. Sorry, but I DON’T!


25 posted on 03/12/2009 8:29:26 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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[...”Name for me please the New York Times and international best-selling book, translated into twelve languages, that thanks you and your site above anything else. First and foremost... There is one. Only one. Mine. Before my own mother, I thanked you.”]

OK, I must have missed that, too, along with the poll that was supposedly on Hannity’s web site. In what universe was Pitt’s book a best seller? Did people buy it because their Sominex wasn’t working well enough, and they figured they needed to augment that?


26 posted on 03/12/2009 8:35:33 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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To: Purrcival
Huh?!? How did I miss THAT?

Oh, I'm sure that just about every major political web-site on the internet has gotten a telephone call or two from law-enforcement inquiring of the possible motives behind what an eccentric poster posted.

Even Skins's island has not been immune; remember that the U.S. Secret Service personally paid a call at the executive offices of Skins's island a few years ago, and my fellow alum had to confess up to the primitives.

However, one suspects that wasn't the first, or the last, time such a visit has happened, although probably they tapered off, after that agency determined that Skins's island was a fantasyland for blowhards, foulmouths, ciphers, losers, and impotent freaks who wouldn't know how to manipulate a paper clip or cotton ball.

27 posted on 03/12/2009 8:39:32 AM PDT by franksolich (Scourge of the Primitives, in service to humanity)
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To: PJ-Comix

Can’t. Read. Any. More. Right. Now. Too. Weak.

(to use one of Pitt’s tired writing techniques)


28 posted on 03/12/2009 8:44:08 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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To: Ditter
Timothy McVeigh??? He thinks freepers could be molded into TMcV? What an idiot.

Remember when Clinton tried to blame Rush for the Oklahoma City bombing?

29 posted on 03/12/2009 8:47:04 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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To: Purrcival
In what universe was Pitt’s book a best seller? Did people buy it because their Sominex wasn’t working well enough, and they figured they needed to augment that?

It was that silly book about the "rush into war" (one is hesitant to call 15 months a "rush" into anything, though), co-written with a now-disgraced former weapons inspector.

As mentioned earlier, the Bostonian Drunkard wrote about 1% of it, the other 99% of it being quotes from the now-disgraced former weapons inspector.

It was put out by a vanity publisher, where one pays a company to print a book, and then one tries to sell it on his own.

It didn't help that soon after the book came out, the now-disgraced former weapons inspector was caught trying to dally with an underage girl.

Anyway, the Bostonian Drunkard used to try to sell the book at various "seminars" and "conferences" which he attended.

Nothing wrong with that, nothing wrong at all, and it does have the advantage that one can simply pocket a $20-bill for a copy, without reporting it as income, as Democrats, liberals, 0bamaites, and primitives are wont to do, evading paying taxes.

However, one's noticed that since Fitzmas of May 12, 2006, the Bostonian Drunkard hasn't attended hardly any "seminars" or "conferences," and so the opportunities to sell the book are probably considerably diminished.

As for being a "best-seller," one assumes that's on some specific, and not general, best-selling list, such as a "best-selling" books about the hydration of chemical compounds in tomato juice, or something like that.

Perhaps on a "best-selling" list of self-published books or a "best-selling" list of self-published books by primitives on Skins's island.

30 posted on 03/12/2009 8:52:30 AM PDT by franksolich (Scourge of the Primitives, in service to humanity)
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To: OldSmaj

IIRC, Pitt co-authored a book on the war in Iraq with Scott Ritter (can’t remember the title).

He also co-authored a little gem with Cindy Sheehan entitled, “House of Ill Repute: Reflections on Wars, Lies, and America’s Ravaged Reputation”:

http://www.amazon.com/House-Ill-Repute-Reflections-Reputation/dp/0977825329/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1236872880&sr=8-1

Oh, and I see that there is ANOTHER book by Pitt: “The Greatest Sedition is Silence: Four Years in America”. The cover has the word, “SILENCE” over the Statue of Liberty’s mouth.

There’s another example where THAT principle only applied when Bush was in office. Let Rush Limbaugh criticize Obama’s policies, however, and the DUmmies cry “TREASON!”


31 posted on 03/12/2009 8:54:22 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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To: franksolich; OldSmaj

“Someone did a count, and it turned out something like 84 of the words in the entire book were written by the Bostonian Drunkard; the rest of it by some now-disgraced weapons inspector.”

The “now-disgraced weapons inspector” was Scott Ritter.


32 posted on 03/12/2009 8:56:22 AM PDT by Purrcival (Proud to share my birthday with President Reagan)
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To: Purrcival
The “now-disgraced weapons inspector” was Scott Ritter.

I know, but I didn't want to distract attention away from the Bostonian Drunkard, the prime culprit in the matter.

For the same reason I never say "Jason Leopold" because I don't want to distract attention away from the prime culprit, the Bostonian Drunkard.

If the Bostonian Drunkard hadn't spilled the beans before they were cooked, Fitzmas would've never happened.

33 posted on 03/12/2009 8:59:20 AM PDT by franksolich (Scourge of the Primitives, in service to humanity)
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To: franksolich
Nothing wrong with that, nothing wrong at all, and it does have the advantage that one can simply pocket a $20-bill for a copy, without reporting it as income, as Democrats, liberals, 0bamaites, and primitives are wont to do, evading paying taxes.

Isn't Pittsy a true trust funder? I recall one of your posts saying he's on a tight leash. It would be fair to say that extra income could go for the good hooch instead of his normal rotgut.....
34 posted on 03/12/2009 9:31:07 AM PDT by GQuagmire
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To: Purrcival
OK, help me out, here. I seem to remember my husband telling me that Texas is a Republic and a state by treaty, which can be broken.

That is an urban myth. If Texas secedes, she will have to do it the old fashioned way. But I'll be there by then and maybe I'll be able to help.

35 posted on 03/12/2009 9:38:10 AM PDT by freedumb2003 (Communism comes to America: 1/20/2009. Keep your powder dry, folks.)
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To: PJ-Comix
Traitors...one and all!

This from people who support Code Pink, which raised money for Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

36 posted on 03/12/2009 9:39:46 AM PDT by denydenydeny ("I'm sure this goes against everything youÂ’ve been taught, but right and wrong do exist"-Dr House)
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To: GQuagmire
Isn't Pittsy a true trust funder? I recall one of your posts saying he's on a tight leash. It would be fair to say that extra income could go for the good hooch instead of his normal rotgut.....

Yeah, the Bostonian Drunkard, even though middle-aged, is kept on a tight leash.

So I imagine the income from book sales some time ago kept him in spending money for things the trustee didn't want him spending Old Money on.

But since his self-created humiliation of Fitzmas--now nearly three years ago, remember--the Bostonian Drunkard's probably had less and less opportunity to pick up walking-around money from the books.

Probably the Bostonian Drunkard has to go to mom for that, and mom over a long period of time seems to be increasingly irked with him, so that might dry up sooner or later.

In fact, it's possible the Bostonian Drunkard's getting married in an attempt to make mom happy, and more susceptible to his pleas for money.

37 posted on 03/12/2009 9:50:32 AM PDT by franksolich (Scourge of the Primitives, in service to humanity)
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To: PJ-Comix

Magnificently executed, PJ. But DAYUM that’s a lot of Pitt to have to take in.


38 posted on 03/12/2009 3:35:51 PM PDT by Paul Heinzman (Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality the cost becomes prohibitive. --William F. Buckley Jr)
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To: PJ-Comix
Or something.

Wow, Pitt, you're new literary device is almost as inspired as a teenager saying "WhatEVER."

39 posted on 03/12/2009 3:38:15 PM PDT by Paul Heinzman (Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality the cost becomes prohibitive. --William F. Buckley Jr)
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To: PJ-Comix
I signed up as WilliamPitt, the name my parents gave me on my first day on the planet... I can certainly be a bastard, an asshole, a jerk, name the perjorative and at some point I have qualified for it, but I sign my real name to everything I do, for good or ill. I have it in the back of my mind that this kind of self-generated accountability is worth something in this wild-west online hoohah. When I do good, I do so under my real name. When I blow it, I do so under my real name.

While his reason for signing up under his real name are the same as mine, I can only think to explain it thusly:

I signed up using my real name because it makes me think twice about what I'm writing before I hit the "Post" button.

Why is it some people need so many words to say something so simple? I can wax loquacious with the best of 'em but most things are best kept simple.

40 posted on 03/12/2009 3:47:34 PM PDT by Paul Heinzman (Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality the cost becomes prohibitive. --William F. Buckley Jr)
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I lost my temper. There's no way to sugar-coat it. I couldn't believe this place I had spent so much time in could turn on a dime and dole out so many hurtful, personally hurtful, deeply hurtful, statements.

It was just like that time he passed out in the restroom at Bukowski's and everyone urinated on him.

41 posted on 03/12/2009 3:53:52 PM PDT by Paul Heinzman (Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality the cost becomes prohibitive. --William F. Buckley Jr)
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just imagine what's being swapped in the bars

I guarantee that conservatives are not giving out their address to Kevin Spacey when they chance to see him in a bar.

42 posted on 03/12/2009 4:02:03 PM PDT by Paul Heinzman (Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality the cost becomes prohibitive. --William F. Buckley Jr)
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of course beck fears a master race, coz it would rub out mental midgets such as himself and his ilk.

Sounds like DUmmie KG has no problem with the concept of a master race or their wiping out anyone they see fit.

43 posted on 03/12/2009 4:12:59 PM PDT by Paul Heinzman (Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality the cost becomes prohibitive. --William F. Buckley Jr)
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To: PJ-Comix
If this is the kind of crap that's making it onto the airwaves, just imagine what's being swapped in the bars & basements.

Mostly bodily fluids and STD's. Same as it ever was.

44 posted on 03/12/2009 4:15:22 PM PDT by Paul Heinzman (Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality the cost becomes prohibitive. --William F. Buckley Jr)
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To: PJ-Comix
I can certainly be a bastard, an asshole, a jerk, name the perjorative and at some point I have qualified for it

Sooooo tempting...must, resist...the URGE.

45 posted on 03/12/2009 4:21:11 PM PDT by Paul Heinzman (Idealism is fine, but as it approaches reality the cost becomes prohibitive. --William F. Buckley Jr)
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