Archive for July 27th, 2009

Cop Censors ObamaCare Discussion at ACORN’s Request During Healthcare Rally in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

This 6:00 youtube video shows the censorship and fascist tactics used by ACORN and its underlings.  ACORN is anything but non-partisan and its minions use threats and intimidation against any who dare disagree with their positions.

The video shows how ACORN protestors block the sidewalk to intimidate people. Any bets Brother O won’t describe the actions of this black police officer as “stupid,” even though the officer obviously violates the white protesters’ constitutional rights by denying their right to free speech on a public sidewalk.

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Pwenty Screwy

Hewo. Heh heh heh heh. Since the Massachusetts pwincess isn’t being bwought to account by the wong arm of the waw for his wole in the cowapse of the housing makwet, mockewy is not only justified, it’s demanded.

Pwease check out the 3:25 performance of the Paul Shanklin parody of Bonny Fwank singing “Banking Queen” to the tune of Abba’s “Dancing Queen.” You’ll never expewience a fwing wike this again!


Wasically, scwewy, Wepubwicans beware his cwutches!

Bonny Fwank is secwetwy vewy, vewry powewfuh

Alwight, something is pwenty screwy awound here!

Bonny Fwank has wepwesented Massachusetts’s 4th congressional district since 1981. He has weceived more than $40,000 in campaign donations from Fwannie Mae since 1989 and was womanticwy involved wif a Fwannie Mae executive. The media weports failed to point out Bonny’s welationship wif the executive or his pwo-Fwannie Mae stances as potential confwicks of intwest.

Oh, gwacious! This is cwazy! How tewwible! I twied and I twied … zillions and twillions of dowwars all shot to pieces! And I’m a big, fat wat!  Yet I’m pwetty cwafty; Amewica’s asweep and helpwess, and the media won’t bwow it to smitheweens. The bailout was vewy nicewy done, and I’m wid of all that misewy. Good widdence to bad wubbish. Be vewy, vewy qwiet now, so I can west and wewax at wast!

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