Sunday Morning Coffee (or Tea) – 64

Just a few newsworthy events (and comments thereon) that have been making their way through the political universe this past week. Please ponder and maybe chuckle a bit before enjoying a wonderful day!

BREAKING NEWS: During a December 10, 2010 appearance on Roe & Roeper’s Miracle on Indianapolis Blvd. Holiday Extravaganza broadcast, live from The Venue inside the Horseshoe Casino, which benefited the USO, GEICO’s R. Lee Ermey appearing on behalf of Toys 4 Tots took an opportunity to unload on President Obama, claiming his administration was destroying the country so that it could impose socialism. Yikes, the Geico Insurance CEO is a moonbat crazy Tea-Bagger? Consider this when purchasing your next auto insurance policy. Lynnrockets believes a Glenn Beck-like boycott is is in order.

THIS JUST IN: Here are the new health care rules which took effect on January 1, 2011. Insurers are now required to spend at least 80% of premium payments on actual health care, not salaries and television commercials. Seniors in the so-called “donut hole” will now receive deep discounts on prescription drugs. Seniors are also now eligible for free cancer and other disease screenings as well as one free “wellness” visit per year. Sounds pretty good, huh? Then why do Teapublicans continue to lie that the majority of Americans want the law repealed?

BREAKING NEWS: Remember Judith Miller? She was The New York Times reporter who abandoned all objective reporting and became a mouthpiece for the Bush administration regarding the false claims of Iraq weapons of mass destruction. You might also remember that she went to jail to protect Scooter Libby in the Valerie Plame affair. The Times finally got rid of Miller and 2005 and she faded from sight. Until now. She now writes for the ultra-right-wing internet based Newsmax. Oh how the mighty have fallen.

THIS JUST IN: There is a new website out there that screens the Fox News internet comment boards and posts the vile hatred spread by the network’s  misinformed audience. The site is called Fox News Comments and can be found here. These are a few recent examples of what Fox viewers have to say.

On the subject of a serving Marine’s father facing deportation:

“I dunno. Should anchor babies be allowed to be in the military? It sure creates a conflict of interest in my mind. I can’t decide whether I love marines more, or whether I hate brown anchor babies more”

On the subject of President Obama extending Kwanzaa greetings:

“I have a KKKwanza for them to celebrate and I don’t stutter”

On the Mexican pipeline explosion which killed 22:

“22 worthless cockroaches we don’t have to feed. Refried beaners”

On Van Jones saying the U.S. does not need to be a military superpower:

“Yea, and you don’t have to be a FKNG racist Naggar, but you are”

And on the House vote to censure Rangel for ethics violations:


You get the gist of it. The website is now listed on the Lynnrockets’ Blast-Off blogroll. Enjoy.

BREAKING NEWS: This week’s episode of “It Wouldn’t Be Sunday Without A Sarah Palin Story” features…you guessed it…Sarah Palin. Remember Rush Limbaugh’s “Operation Chaos” in which he urged his audiance to cross party lines and vote for Hilary Clinton in the 2008 primaries so as to upend Barack Obama? Well, that maneuver is coming back to haunt the Republicans in 2012. All recent polls have revealed that Palin is the least likely Republican to win a race in 2012 against President Barack Obama. Consequently, a new website titled, “Primaries For Palin” aims to nominate Sarah Palin as the Republican presidential candidate by encouraging Democrats and Independents to purposefully vote for her in state primaries. The goal is to prevent the GOP from fielding a credible candidate that actually has a chance at defeating Obama. Lynnrockets loves this idea. How about you Rocketeers?


Please remember to click on the song link below to familiarize yourselves with the tune and to have more fun singing along with today’s always popular song parody.

Green Acres television theme song link:


(Sung to the theme of “Green Acres”)

Alaska’s  not the place for me
It’s just an oil economy
My children have stars in their eyes
And don’t forget the First Dude’s D.U.I.

D.C. is where I’d rather stay
I don’t need McCain anyway
I’ll be  there in  2 – 0 – 1 – 2
Katie, I love you but no tricky interviews.

No snows
New clothes
Too hick

D.C. is all mine
Good bye, 49
The White House, we are there.


Posted on January 2, 2011, in Fox News, Sarah Palin, Songs, Tea Party, TV and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Go BEARS! Packer game will be fun to watch, as Mike McCarthy tears freeze on the frozen tundra.

    • C’mon Bears fans. You guys are already in the playoffs. The loss does not hurt the Bears, while the Packers need the win to make the playoffs. Who knows, maybe a Pack win would set up a great playoff matchup in the next few weeks.

      Then again, it really does not matter how the Packers or Bears do because New England’s Patriots are unstoppable and on their way to their 4th Superbowl win!

  2. While I agree with you on most issues, I most STRONGLY disagree with you on anyone from any side nominating Palin for anything. I do not want the first female presidential nominee for ANY party to be Palin. Allowing her to think she is a legitimate anything but celebutard is just plain stupidity. Sorry to call it such, but our elections and our country are too damned important to treat them like a joke.
    That website you posted is nothing more than a money drop, a vacant office used to collect checks. Check out IM and you’ll see more than enough information to see what I am talking about.

    • Reasonable people may differ. I still believe that Obama would crush Palin in a general election, so I am not at all worried that she could actually win. On the other hand, in this political environment of “what have you done for me lately”, Obama stands a chance of being defeated by a more credible G.O.P. candidate like Romney, Gingrich or Huckabee. I disagree with IM that Obama is unbeatable in 2012. I just witnessed 2 years of racist Tea Party hatred of the man as well as the 2010 Congressional election drubbing that we took. Consequently, I’m in favor of the “operation chaos” approach of getting Palin to the big dance so that Obama has a better chance of winning re-election. After all, a Romney, Huckabee or Gingrich Presidency could be quite damaging to progressive objectives as well. Hence, why give them even the slimmest the chance at victory. Those guys could actually win a national election. Palin cannot. Finally, I do not plan on dropping any money at that website, so I do not care if it is a “money drop”, but I do like the concept they are proposing.

      • Sorry, but Palin near any thing resembling being ON a ballot as opposed to voting on one is not a good idea for anyone. You may think she’d get creamed, but what do you think it would do to the climate of hatred and violence already rampantly high in our country? What she brings to the table is evil, violent, and pervasive. If you thought the split between our people was bad these past two years, you haven’t seen anything yet should she get the GOP nomination.
        And as for trusting the American people to NOT elect Palin I have one word to say… Bush. He got in even though he was not truly elected. The same shenanigans could easily happen again given the Supreme Court is stacked with GOP operatives.

      • Palin is unelectable. Even high ranking members of her own party question her qualifications. Time and again, polls show that the vast majority of Americans would not vote for her in a general election. Besides, Romney, Huckabee, Gingrich and/or Haley Barbour would also foster a climate of hatred and they could actually win.

  3. I’m just hoping there’s jail time for Palin well in advance of the elections to show people just how stupid the Republicans have been and that they can’t be trusted.

    Over dinner Thursday, I learned about the Judy Miller fall into the crevasse of News Max from two retired reporters from a major newspaper. News Max and Miller deserve each other.

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