Archive for the ‘Humor’ Category

You Owe Me a Quad Ice Mocha

January 15, 2008

The other day I was just skimming though the leftist “comedy” site Sadly No and inexplicably spurted out a quad ice mocha onto my monitor. It seems they have found a Mark Steyn/Hugh Hewitt action set.

Mark Steyn / Hugh Hewitt Action Set

Full disclosure: Huge Hewitt is a Romney fanboy and elf crusher.

— Psycheout


Mitt Romney Was There

December 21, 2007

Still no confirmation on whether or not Mitt Romney actually saw his father marching with Martin Luther King, Jr. But this just in:

Mitt Romney and MLK

Mitt was there when MLK was tragically gunned down in cold blood and, alert as ever, he was able to point out the shooter, leading to the eventual arrest of James Earl Ray. Perhaps evidence of Romney’s earlier claims will be found. Perhaps we owe him an apology, as this picture clearly shows the Romney-King connection.

Thanks to Buck at Blue Herald for bringing this photo to light. It’s an amazing scoop.

Update: An earlier photo of Mittens and Martin has surfaced, this time over at Balloon Juice. Wow! Romney’s just like that J.R. “Bob” Dobbs guy. He’s everywhere!

Mitt and MLK

Update: Two eyewitness surface. Claims one:

When I told Robertson that news reports placed Martin Luther King in New Jersey at the time, he replied: “Well, it was somebody who certainly looked like him.”

Yeah, let me guess.  He was black, right?  Check.

— Psycheout

Faithmouse on “The Speech”

December 4, 2007

Faithmouse speaks for all of us in this timely cartoon by Dan Lacey.


Heh, indeed.  Maybe Flipper will announce on Thursday that he’s converting to Southern Baptist.  It wouldn’t surprise me a bit.

See also: Mitt Romney Rolls the Dice.

— Psycheout

Joke of the Day

November 19, 2007

Richard Nixon LaughingThis was passed along via email by B4C reader, DaddyWarbucks:

Hillary Clinton voted about $600,000 funding for a Woodstock (rock festival) Museum federal funding bill – money earmarked and thrown into a massive funding bill.

John McCain’s debate zinger that contrasted Clinton’s earmark support for a Woodstock museum with his own experience in the Woodstock era — “I would have gone, but I was tied up at the time.”

== he was a POW in North Vietnam at the time ==

And it’s all true.  Good zinger, McCain!

— Psycheout