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We bring you this, fresh from LC & IB Bill Quick.

CASSELBERRY - In January, 1-year-old Joey Cosmillo wandered into the backyard and fell into the family pool. When his mother hauled him out, he wasn’t breathing. Rescuers were able to bring him back to life, but he suffered severe brain damage and cannot walk, talk or even swallow.

His Majesty thinks that it’s safe to say that the Cosmillo family and young Joey have suffered more than enough.

Unfortunately, they haven’t, according to some 17th-tier, mono-cellular organisms in Florida. You see, when the Cosmillos were frantically hauling their little boy out of the pool, dragging him into the house and doing all they could to save his life while they waited for help to arrive, they criminally neglected to mop the floor dry of the water that had dripped from Joey’s lifeless body:

Now, his family faces another burden: One of the rescuers, Casselberry police Sgt. Andrea Eichhorn, is suing, alleging the family left a puddle of water on the floor that afternoon, causing her to slip and fall.

We’ll leave it to you to come up with some extra-creative invective that might approach adequacy when it comes to describing Sgt. Eichhorn, that bloodless, soul-sucking, heartless, greedy cunt.

Eichhorn last week sued Richard Cosmillo; his wife, Maggie Cosmillo; and the boy’s mother, Angela Cosmillo, accusing them of negligence. They were careless, according to the suit, and allowed the home they shared to become unsafe.

Or, as Bill Quick puts it:

Not only are the police under no legal obligation to protect you, you are apparently supposed to be under a legal obligation to protect them.

Which leads us to the logical followup question: Why don’t we do away with them entirely? It’s not like they actually serve a purpose, and if they need 24-hour babysitting and protection in order to keep them from suing somebody, perhaps we should just institutionalize them. Put them in little padded cells with nice helmets on their heads and feed them strained peas three times a day. Once a week, we can hose down the room to get their feces off the walls.

The baby’s mother was the only one home Jan. 9, when the boy slipped out of the house and wound up in the pool, according to a police report.

She plunged in and dragged him out, carrying him inside, down a hallway and into a bedroom. She also called 911.

Eichhorn arrived a few minutes later. As she stepped into the room where rescuers were working on the boy, she slipped and went down on one knee, then stood back up, according to Richard Cosmillo.

Later that day, she went to an emergency care center and eventually to an orthopedist, according to her attorney, David Heil.

While she was on medical leave, Pavlis said, the city’s insurer paid her medical bills and provided disability checks.

And then, when the money ran out and she was looking the grim reality of having to work for her funds in its bloodshot eyes, she downed the last bottle of Everclear, popped a half dozen Oxycontin and called the nearest landshark to see if there was any way of sucking the blood out of the family she was supposed to serve and protect.

Her attorney said those benefits, paid by the city’s workers’ compensation carrier, were not enough. The suit seeks an unspecified amount of money.

Eichhorn, he said, is a victim. Her knee aches, and she will likely develop arthritis.

No, she’s not. She’s a clumsy cow who, lamentably, failed to break her fucking neck when she fell. Hopefully some “freak accident” will correct that omission sometime in the near future before she manages to make Joey homeless and destitute as well as permanently disabled.

If the Cosmillos had made their pool baby-proof, police would not have been called to the scene, there would have been no water on the floor, and Eichhorn would not have hurt herself, he said.

And if Sgt. Eichhorn’s mother had kept her knees together or, failing that, scooped up the best part of her sow of a daughter that ran down her legs and shoved it back inside, then the accident wouldn’t have happened either, not to mention that the planet would be a much cleaner place on top of it.

If you need one good reason for stringing every last fucking damn trial lawyer in the country up from the nearest tree and set fire to their dangling corpses to light up the night, I don’t think you can find one much better than the paragraph quoted above or, indeed, this whole lawsuit.

As to myself, I’m off to the range.

UPDATE: Aww shucks. Now Andrea “Syphilitic C*nt” Eichhorn and her ambulance-chasing scumbag of a “lawyer” have gone ahead and dropped the case. We sure hope nobody trips over it and hurts themselves, or they might be looking at a lawsuit themselves:

The Casselberry police officer who was suing the family of a young boy who nearly drowned in a backyard pool has now dropped the legal action.

The case gained nationwide attention after Sgt. Andrea Eichhorn sued a family of a young boy who nearly drowned because she slipped on a puddle of water at the house while responding.

She claimed the family was negligent.

The only party negligent in this case were your parents, you soulless, sadistic, greedy cow. If they hadn’t neglected to properly dispose of the strangely deformed and obscenely stupid clump of tissue that plopped out between your mother’s legs all those many years ago, nobody would have had to deal with your utter lack of redeeming value, not to mention the undue burden your cosmic stupidity has placed on society.

We hope that your new boyfriend, Ambulance Chaser at Large David Heil, insists on getting all of the blowjobs you promised him anyway. With any luck, you’ll manage to transmit one of your doubtlessly numerous and terminal STDs to him in the process.

The case may be dropped, but you’ll be a Cupid Stunt until you die. Hopefully soon.

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No wonder Jimmeh Cahd’uh got the Nobel Peace Prize. Nobody’s more actively promoting peace than he is. The peace of the grave, that is:

“There is a legal definition of genocide and Darfur does not meet that legal standard. The atrocities were horrible but I don’t think it qualifies to be called genocide,” he said. Washington is almost alone in branding the 4 1/2 years of violence in Darfur genocide. Khartoum rejects the term, European governments are reluctant to use it and a U.N.-appointed commission of inquiry found no genocide, but that some individuals may have acted with genocidal intent. Carter, whose charitable foundation, the Carter Center, worked to establish the International Criminal Court (ICC), said: “If you read the law textbooks … you’ll see very clearly that it’s not genocide and to call it genocide falsely just to exaggerate a horrible situation I don’t think it helps.”

Of course, calling it by its real name, genocide, would seem to force the world community to actually sit up and do something.

And that’s what history’s greatest fellator of murderers, tyrants and terrorists woudn’t consider “helpful.”

He’s just sticking up for his friends, is all.

LGF reports that CNN is airing two shows with Jimmeh “Genocide? Let’s not be judgmental here” Peanut, and that they’re soliciting questions to ask him.

Mr. Carter,

If murdering 200,000 people based on nothing but their religion/ethnicity doesn’t qualify as “genocide”, then what does, exactly? Are we to hear you claim that the Holocaust wasn’t an attempted genocide either? Considering your current sympathies for Hitler-worshipping “palestinians”, we wouldn’t be in the least bit surprised.


Misha I

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But the mere fact that they tried deserves condemnation. Will somebody please wake us up as soon as the Dept. of State has had a long overdue purge and is, finally, NOT a hotbed of anti-Semite, two-faced fuckwits? Oh, and if they’d quit playing “Horst Wessel Lied” on the phone when you’re on hold, it would be helpful too.

The September Israeli airstrike on a suspected nuclear site in Syria had been in the works for months, ABC News has learned, and was delayed only at the strong urging of the United States.

Do we smell the sweaty feet of Gondolapisser Rice all over this? Why yes, yes we do!

In early July the Israelis presented the United States with satellite imagery that they said showed a nuclear facility in Syria. They had additional evidence that they said showed that some of the technology was supplied by North Korea.

One U.S. official told ABC’s Martha Raddatz the material was “jaw dropping” because it raised questions as to why U.S. intelligence had not previously picked up on the facility.

Probably because Kim Jong Ill found out, pre-emptively, that there was a risk that we might catch on to him and promptly called on his friends in the DemCong to put a stop to the threat against his ambitions. Just like they’ve done all they could to stop every other intelligence gathering initiative that might actually hurt our enemies in the past.

Either that or you clowns are screamingly incompetent. Pick one.

A senior U.S. official said the Israelis planned to strike during the week of July 14 and in secret high-level meetings American officials argued over how to respond to the intelligence.

Some in the administration supported the Israeli action, but others, notably Sect. of State Condoleeza Rice did not. One senior official said the U.S. convinced the Israelis to “confront Syria before attacking.”

Sure. Tell Pencilneck Assad that you’re on to him so that he has plenty of time to remove the evidence. Just look at how well that worked for US when we were dealing with Saddam.

Is there anything that Gondolapisser Rice and her State Dept. won’t do to help their terrorist friend in Damascus?

Officials said they were concerned about the impact an attack on Syria would have on the region.

While simultaneously being completely unconcerned about the impact that a nuclear attack would have on, say, Tel Aviv.

But that’s “business as usual” in Foggy Bottom.

And given the profound consequences of the flawed intelligence in Iraq, the U.S. wanted to be absolutely certain the intelligence was accurate.

What “flawed intelligence?” You tell somebody that you’ve caught him red-handed, then give him 18 months to get rid of the stash and guess what happens, you insufferably imbecilic Idiotarian incompetents.

Initially, administration officials convinced the Israelis to call off the July strike. But in September the Israelis feared that news of the site was about to leak and went ahead with the strike despite U.S. concerns.

Good for them! Mazel tov!

It is our profound hope that they adopt that approach as Standard Operating Procedure, if they haven’t done so already. If The State Dept. thinks it’s a bad idea, odds are about 2,000 to 1 that it’s a splendid idea, but they’re being concerned about their future bribes from their Arabian sponsors.

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Thanks to LC The Boid, our blood pressure just flew through the roof again.

We already knew that the AMA were getting too nosy for their own good (and when we say “for their own good”, we mean it quite literally), but it’s getting to be worse than we thought, and that’s saying quite a bit. Here’s a hint for the nosy pediatricians out there: Mind your own fucking business, or ELSE, because if you really want to see an ugly side of me, this is one heck of a way of making sure that I’ll introduce you to it:

They’re watching you right now.

They counted every beer you drank during last night’s Red Sox game.

They see you sneaking out to the garage for a smoke.

They know if you’ve got a gun, and where you keep it.

They’re your kids, and they’re the National Security Agency of the Nanny State.

I found this out after my 13-year-old daughter’s annual checkup. Her pediatrician grilled her about alcohol and drug abuse.

Not my daughter’s boozing. Mine.

“The doctor wanted to know how much you and mom drink, and if I think it’s too much,” my daughter told us afterward, rolling her eyes in that exasperated 13-year-old way. “She asked if you two did drugs, or if there are drugs in the house.”

Help us out here, because we’re really not getting this. Since when did it become part of a pediatrician’s job description to, without encouragement, give their patients the third degree? Did the kindly Dr. Schnoopenstein use a bright light, restraints and thumbscrews as well? No, we’re not talking about a troubled kid wanting to talk here, that’s something else entirely, we’re talking about some third tier quack taking it upon herself to interrogate a little girl, “just in case.”

None of your fucking business, bitch, and you’d damn well better thank whatever deity it is that you do or don’t believe in that it wasn’t my girl, or you’d be shitting bits of teeth for weeks.

I turned to my wife. “You took her to the doctor. Why didn’t you say something?”

She couldn’t, she told me, because she knew nothing about it. All these questions were asked in private, without my wife’s knowledge or consent.

Here’s a hint for the c*nt quack in question along with any colleagues of hers practicing the same way: We don’t know how it works in whatever mosquito and yellow fever-infested third world cesspool that your diploma mill has its mailing address in, but in this country we have such terms as “minor” and “consent.” How would you feel if some perfect stranger accosted your kids while they were out and about, giving them the third degree about everything that goes on within your four walls? Shut up, bitch, we’re not done yet. No, you are NOT “special.” For all intents and purposes you ARE a perfect stranger with no rights to ask such questions whatsoever, the only difference being that you’re abusing your authority to get the poor kids to talk to you.

And that doesn’t make it any better, in case you’re wondering.

“The doctor wanted to know how we get along,” my daughter continued. Then she paused. “And if, well, Daddy, if you made me feel uncomfortable.”

So, just because she can, Dr. Quackenschwein decided to presume you guilty of alcoholism, drug abuse and molestation unless, of course, the kid’s testimony cleared you.

If we were to say that we’re “angry” right now, then that would be the biggest understatement of the century.

You think that’s bad? Oh wait, it gets worse:

We used to be proud parents. Now, thanks to the AAP, we’re “persons of interest.”

The paranoia over parents is so strong that the AAP encourages doctors to ignore “legal barriers and deference to parental involvement” and shake the children down for all the inside information they can get.

And that information doesn’t stay with the doctor, either.

Debbie is a mom from Uxbridge who was in the examination room when the pediatrician asked her 5-year-old, “Does Daddy own a gun?”

When the little girl said yes, the doctor began grilling her and her mom about the number and type of guns, how they are stored, etc.

If the incident had ended there, it would have merely been annoying.

But when a friend in law enforcement let Debbie know that her doctor had filed a report with the police about her family’s (entirely legal) gun ownership, she got mad.

She also got a new doctor.

We would have too, but in our case it wouldn’t “merely” be because we were pissed off. It would also be because the old doctor had “expired”, and we’re not talking about her credit cards here.

Don’t believe us, pediatricians?

Try us. Just be sure to have your earthly affairs in order before you do so. And don’t bother to book any vacations in advance prior to doing so. It’d be a sad waste of money, unless you make sure to book enough seats on the plane for a 7 foot pine box to fit in.

Yes. We are serious.

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We just got a call from Australia the other day from LC Brendan, telling me that I might want to make sure that I still had some sparkly in the fridge, because he had some excellent news to share with me:

SAN DIEGO (AP) — An investigating officer has recommended that the Marine at the center of the biggest prosecution of U.S. troops in the Iraq war should not stand trial on murder charges, a defense attorney said Thursday.

Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich, 27, of Meriden, Conn., is charged with the unpremeditated murder of 17 Iraqis in Haditha in 2005. The former squad leader allegedly directed his Marines in an assault that left 24 men, women and children dead.

I wish I could say that I were surprised by this development, but I really can’t. From day one or, at the very least, from the time that LCs and IBs Kit and Heidi were kind enough to share what they’d learned with me (which was a lot. They’ve both been working their arses off on this whole bogus Stalinist show trial), I knew that the whole case was rotten.

It came to be at a time when the MSM were publishing frivolous and unsubstantiated claims of abuses and crimes by our troops on a daily basis, it relied almost entirely upon wildly contradictory eyewitness testimonies from, shall we say, sources with dubious affiliations and loyalties, the prosecution was stonewalling any attempts by the defense counsel to examine the evidence etc. etc., and all that coupled with an obvious need on the part of the Administration to “prove to the world” how Good We Are™, even if it meant stringing up a few innocents in a blatant human sacrifice ritual made me reach the conclusion that something stunk to high heavens here and that the whole “case” would fall apart.

If justice worked, that is, which was my only real worry. Particularly as the charges fell apart and were thrown out one by one, leaving the Stalinists on the prosecution team with only one scalp to hunt for, that of SSGT Wuterich. I know how desperate coyotes will get when they’re starving and rapidly running out of prospective dinners, so I was a bit worried that they’d end up getting him as a consolation prize, justice be damned.

Looks like that’s not going to be the case, provided that the Corps follows recommendations, of course. However, even if they DO follow this recommendation, SSGT Wuterich isn’t quite out of the woods yet:

Lt. Col. Paul Ware recommended that Wuterich should be tried for the lesser offense of negligent homicide in the deaths of five children and two women, said Neal Puckett, Wuterich’s attorney.

This too is bullshit. He shouldn’t be charged with a damn thing. Furthermore, the Corps owe him AND the rest of the innocently accused one HECK of a compensation package for dragging them and their families through this nightmare. Lives and reputations have been destroyed, finances wiped out and families torn to shreds because of this desperate attempt to create a blood sacrifice to World Opinion™, and somebody needs to fucking pay for that. Not that any amount of compensation can fully restore what has been done to these servicemen, the time wasted alone is time they’ll never have back, but in order to teach the prosecution vultures a lesson and maybe make them think twice in the future before they whip out the knives and start leading their human sacrifices to the altar.

And MOST of all, Jack Murthafucker needs to be strung up from the nearest utility post, figuratively speaking, if we can find one strong enough to support his bloated, corrupt, slandering carcass.

How about those “cold-blooded killers” NOW, Murthafucker, you buddy-fucking, honorless, worthless waste of DNA?

What goes around comes around, Jack. COUNT on it. Not only have you done immeasurable damage to the reputation of those innocents; your ridiculous, unsubstantiated shameful comments have further encouraged our enemies, enemies responsible for the killing of our countrymen. Their blood is on YOUR paws, MAGGOT! “Aid and comfort”, anyone?


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Talk about taking a knife to a gunfight. No, talk about taking a plastic spork to a fight against an entrenched Marine Corps Division WITH air and artillery support.

Dramatically escalating the Dems’ confrontation with Rush Limbaugh over his “phony soldiers” comment, Harry Reid just laced sharply into the talk show host in an extended attack on the Senate floor, hammering Rush’s comments as “unpatriotic” and demanding he apologize to the troops.

He then had to take a break while he tried to pick his lips back up off the floor. Really, that’s HARRY REID calling somebody “unpatriotic” and demanding that he “apologize to the troops.”


That’s like Adolf Hitler criticizing Mother Theresa for “intolerance.” Like Bill Klintoon accusing anybody of being promiscuous. Sweet merciful G-D this is funny!

The “lack of patriotism” smelly Harry is referring to is, in case you don’t know, when Rush called Jesse McBeth, Scott Beauchump et al “phony soldiers”, by the way. Apparently pointing out the obvious is about as unpatriotic as you can get in the liberal alternate universe.

Please, Rush, say it. I dare you. No, I BEG you, say the words: “How DARE you question my patriotism, Mr. Reid?”


And just what, exactly, are you trying to achieve, Harry, you ancient, wrinkled, treasonous, backstabbing, lying jerk? You’re not thinking that the troops are going to suddenly realize what an arch patriot you are and flock to your side? BWAHAHAHAHAHA! SNORT! GUFFAW!

Ouch. My sides are hurting.

P.S.: Forgot to mention that the grandstanding clown also left a letter condemning Rush for the various Senators to sign. Of course, that means that we of the Right Wing Death Beast Blogosphere have no other choice than to run around like chickens, screaming “the sky is falling, the Senate is threatening Rush’s free speech rights!”

Or we could just decide to set ourselves further apart from the nutroots by acting like adults. Yep, we think we’ll do that instead.

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Looks like Jack Murthafucker is getting closer to being buried in a flapping heap of our enraged feathery friends (thanks to Sir Christopher):

A federal judge has ordered Rep. Jack Murtha (D-Pa.) to testify in a defamation case related to the deaths of Iraqi civilians in the town of Haditha in 2005, according to the Associated Press.

Murtha, a former Marine. accused Marines of “cold-blooded murder and war crimes” during the Haditha incident. Frank Wuterich, a Marine sergeant involved in the incident, has sued Murtha for libel and invasion of privacy over his comments.

According to AP, U.S. District Judge Rosemary M. Collyer wants Murtha to explain why he made this statement and any documents he has related to the incident.

Gee, isn’t that fun, you buddy-fucking, grand-standing donkey’s arse? Looks like some judges still take the law seriously and won’t automatically give you DC dorkwads a pass just because you’re, well, DC dorkwads.

From the AP: ‘You’re writing a very wide road for members of Congress to go to their home districts and say anything they choose about private persons and be able to do so without any liability. Are you sure you want to do that?” Collyer said, adding later, ”How far can a congressman go and still be protected?”

Hopefully not as far as acting as judge, jury and executioner, libeling U.S. Marines before they’ve had the benefit of a trial, much less an actual investigation. Either way, it’ll be interesting listening to the unindicted ABSCAM co-conspirator (unindicted only because he didn’t want to take the bribe right away, mind you) trying to defend himself in court.

Of course, the mouthbreathing knuckledragger at Politico doesn’t agree with the ruling. To him, Congresscritters are a breed apart, above the law of the land and should most certainly be allowed to libel and slander to their widdle hearts’ content. After all, how can they possibly do their job if they’re not allowed to walk around calling anybody they want to rapists, murderers, cold-blooded killers or child molesters?

Frankly, I don’t understand this ruling at all, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it is appealed by the Justice Dept. and/or House general counsel’s office on behalf of Murtha. Murtha, who can say some inappropriate things once in a while, was clearly acting in his capacity as a lawmaker when he made the comments and is thus protected by the Speech or Debate Clause from any type of prosecution for official acts.

It used to be that the one of the principles of a civilized nation was that there was one law for all people, but apparently the ignorant clown writing that article doesn’t agree. To him, some animals really are more equal than others and should be treated as such. Immune to prosecution no matter what they do, presumably because they’re so much better than we are, or because they can’t do their jobs if they have to be tied down by the same laws that the rest of us plebes have to follow.

Unless, of course, Mr. Bresnahan thinks that the law as a whole is unfair, in which case I suppose it would be alright for me to accuse him of being a cold-blooded killer, a child molester, a rapist, a bank robber or whatever else I could think of.

Murtha has a right to say what he did under the Speech or Debate Clause, even if he was wrong about what happened. When we start restricting what members and senators can say in the performance of their jobs, then we are really in trouble as a country.

Oh we are, are we? I suppose it would be The End Of The Republic As We Know It™ if a precedent against 535 anointed philosopher kings was established, barring them from committing libel and/or slander without legal consequences?

No, you drooling serf, we would be in trouble if we created a political upper class unbound by the laws that they themselves pass to control the rest of us. If I wanted to live in that kind of a society, I’d move to Tehran.

Maybe you should do that instead since, by your standards, it’s a much better place to be?

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From LC & IB Dan:

(CBS 5 / AP) OROVILLE A disgruntled male student, reportedly mad at a teacher, fired shots inside an Oroville high school Friday morning and held two other students hostage in a band room before releasing them and being taken into custody by authorities.

Looks like another case of a psychotic goblin undeterred by those big, scary “Gun Free Zone” signs that are purportedly going to end wanton murder sprees in our schools.

Isn’t it strange, by the way? All the school massacres seem to have happened after the Klintoon Administration pushed through the concept of “Gun Free School Zones?”

If one had a brain (DemCong Nanny Staters need not apply), one might almost detect a cause and effect here.

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So sayeth the oracle of Columbia, the most honored guest (since Hitler wasn’t available) of said filthy cesspool of ignorance institute of higher “learning”.

What, you murdered them all already, AhmadinnerHitler and Darling of the Left?

Well, in that case, we suppose that you’re right.

At least until you return home.

Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

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As you know, Columbia “University” are busy rolling out the red carpet and testing out their kneepads and jars of Vaseline in preparation of Mahmoud Ahmadinnerjacket’s visit to their hallowed halls of academe. Positively tingling with anticipation and joy they are, giggling with joy like a teenaged schoolgirl who just saw the captain of the football team winking at her.

So, naturally, somebody sane, somebody with a functional moral compass, got to thinking: “If they’re so thrilled to provide a platform and a bullhorn to a psychotic, clinically insane murderer who is the head of the top state sponsor of terrorism, a sick, anti-Semitic megalomaniac, how would they feel about extending the same hand of friendship to, say, Adolf Hitler if they had the chance?”

The answer is quite unsurprising: “Why, of COURSE we’d be happy to be hosts to the architect of the Shoah!

Now, you might think that the drooling dickweeds of Columbia are completely bereft of standards, but you’d be wrong. Sure, they’re happy to play hosts to Nazis and terrorist psychos, but they absolutely draw the line at those horrible racist meanies opposing illegal immigration.

Not to mention those incredibly EVIL ROTC programs!

But mass-murderers, terrorists, heads of states that hang gays and threaten to finish what Hitler started? Oh, that’s just dandy with Columbia U.

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