I am scrolling through reading the comments at this post at Ace of Spades HQ and I came across this one. Reading through it, I am thinking “this comment kicks major ass, bravo!” Then, I got to the end and saw that it was a female that posted it… major turn on!
I need to meet women with this fire…
You know what it’s just the cherry on top of the sundae (pun intended here). Obama has been in the White House for, what is it, 20 weeks now, and he’s taken more breaks and had more free time than even what they accused Bush of. He’s taken his wife to a Broadway show, he’s taken her back to Chicago for Valentine’s Day. He’s gone out for burgers multiple times. On their overseas trips he’s gone out for dinners with her. He’s played golf over and over and over again, he’s hosted countless parties in the White House, he’s flown all over the country to sign bills and give “town halls.”
Look, quite frankly I am sick and tired of hearing that Obama gets to have a normal life. F*** THAT he’s the F***ING PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES and I’d appreciate it if he’d starting acting like a President instead of a major movie star.
And, it isn’t Father’s Day today, it’s Father’s Day tomorrow, so if he needed to take his girls out for ice cream, it would have made more sense to do it tomorrow.
Oh yeah, and f*** you Palin Steele I’m so tired of your f***ing posts. Nothing you say is of value here. Absolutely nothing. You are an idiot and I can only hope that you grow up someday and realize what a f***ing idiot you were when you were young and do something good with your life to make up for it.
Posted by: ParanoidGirlInSeattle at June 20, 2009 05:10 PM
Seriously, if the man didn’t have a pattern of doing this sh*t, one trip for ice cream with the girls wouldn’t be a big deal. But he does, so frankly I think it’s OK if people want to be pissed off that he’s eating ice cream.
Posted by: ParanoidGirlInSeattle at June 20, 2009 05:13 PM
PGIS… freedom means you are free to go get ice cream and be a dipsh*t if you want.
You just can’t have it both ways. We call for freedom unless it’s someone we don’t like and we’re gonna tell them how to behave?
C’mon, this sh*t’s over the top. Big f***ing deal. It’s just the same old self centered clown.
I have no idea what you are trying to say to me, but my point still stands, if this was one instance of him doing something like that, yeah whatever, big deal, but he’s been pulling stuff like this for his entire Presidency so far. Dying your hair gray and feigning seriousness isn’t enough to be Presidential. You actually have to act Presidential too. And all I’ve seen from Obama is someone who is a huge narcissist who probably really should’ve been a major movie star instead of the leader of our country because he doesn’t have the gravitas that should come with that job.
Disagree with me, that’s fine, but at what point do all these “no big deal” excursions finally add up to a big deal?
Posted by: ParanoidGirlInSeattle at June 20, 2009 05:27 PM
[NOTE: “Palin Steele” is one of the resident “trolls” over at Ace of Spades HQ. Troll = someone who posts a comment not for any value, but simply to stir sh** up and piss people off.]
And while I have no idea whether “eman” is a male or female, regardless, this comment is a great explanation of why we are giving sh*t to Obama and his media minions over this Ice Cream trip:
Giving Barry a pass on going for ice cream with his kids would be a lot easier if Barry had been b*tch-slapping Iran for the past several days. Not so easy when you know Barry has been stroking his own *ss in front of the mirror all this time.
Giving the MSM a pass on reporting fluff in a time of crisis would be easier if the MSM had been dutiful regarding Barry from day one.
Now, these two streams of narcissism and *ss-licking have merged right at the time when they can draw the most attention and ridicule.
You haven’t earned a pass, Barry.
You haven’t earned a pass, Mr. Knoller.
Posted by: eman at June 20, 2009 05:13 PM
kbdabear has it right too:
23 C’mon Drew, geezus, do you expect the world to stop turning? I’m no fan of zero but posting a blog about shagging ice cream is about as stupid as PETA expressing outrage over a fly getting swatted… Big deal.
The point isn’t that Obama took the girls for ice cream while Worf was having her fangs cleaned.
The point is that events in Iran are constantly moving, people are being murdered in the streets, people want to know what’s going on, and the DemSM assigns an army of reporters to give us the very latest on his ice cream run.
As I’ve said, the DemSM should stick to what they do best, which is reporting on celebrity crotch shots and turn the real news over to serious people.
Posted by: kbdabear at June 20, 2009 05:32 PM
Once again folks, the outrage isn’t Teleprompter taking the girls out for ice cream, the outrage is that douchenozzles like Mark Knobpolisher and his fellow media trained seals thought that the trip was THE MOST IMPORTANT STORY IN THE WORLD
Posted by: kbdabear at June 20, 2009 05:51 PM
100 Meh, on the one hand, yeah, okay, the president is allowed to take his kids out for ice cream. On any other day, I’d shrug and just be vaguely annoyed that the MSM looks at it as a drool-worthy moment. I mean geesus, before the shop down the street closed my parents took me for ice cream ALL THE TIME. It doesn’t make him the BEST DAD EVAR and it certainly doesn’t make him the BEST PRESIDENT EVAR. The MSM really needs to stfu about the guy, because I’m already getting the wicked urge to take a sharpie to every picture I see of him. Which is hard when you work surrounded by magazine stands.
But today, yeah, it’s inappropriate. People are dying in Iran because they have the gall to ask for liberty. Not the best time for an ice cream run. If he had just waited until tomorrow, even conservative might say ‘okay, yeah, it’s Father’s Day. An hour off for ice cream is understandable.’ But today? Not so much.
Posted by: Revvy at June 20, 2009 05:33 PM
Okay, I lied. Had to post this one too:
You know what, I don’t give a flying F*** that Sasha and Malia don’t get as much quality time with their dad. Boo f***ing hoo – welcome to the stresses of having a dad with a difficult job. I’d go weeks without seeing my father because of his job. My son just got finished spending 7 months without his dad. I’ve got friends whose children don’t get to see their father for a year or more. That’s life girls, get used to it.
Unfreakingbelievable. Like someone above said, why doesn’t Barry just say “Sorry girls, Dad’s got sh*t to do?” Or how’s about getting the ice cream delivered — hell, they flew in pizza from f***ing Chicago after all — and they all eat it in the Oval Office? Hearing him say things like “I take the weekends off to spend with my family” pisses me off to no end. You know who CAN’T take the weekends off to spend time with their family? THE TROOPS, you f***ing waste of space. The guys who have sworn to defend the country YOU’RE supposed to be in charge of, ring a bell, douchebag?
Geesus Chr*st on a cracker, just when I thought I couldn’t despise this man any more…
Posted by: CMS2004 at June 20, 2009 07:13 PM
I found this comment left at Michelle Malkin’s site by “BuckeyeSam” which I thought put things in good perspective. There are many people scoffing at the idea that Bristol Palin could speak with authority/credibility about abstinence. Well, BuckeyeSam explains that some of the best people in our society speaking and warning about the dangers of certain issues are those who have experienced these things themselves and know of which they speak.
As far as Bristol’s concerned, she’s acknowledged the mistake of doing things out of order, and she revels in her kid. End of story.
That she’s used some of her media exposure to communicate a message that jumping into the sack at an early age isn’t the greatest idea should be roundly cheered. I simply can’t get my mind around the ridicule that’s been heaped on her for doing so. After all, how many recovering alcoholics do we have who speak against excessive drinking? How many drunken drivers do we have making presentations about the horrible consequences that can flow from drinking and driving? How many recovering drug addicts speak out against drug use? How many ex-cons and ex-gang bangers speak out against lawlessness and gangs?
Isn’t Bristol a young woman who can speak from experience about the problems of engaging in conduct when, though biologically ready, you’re not ready in other respects?
That’s the obvious conclusion we should all have, based on the logic of NBC, which is calling people “haters” who want David Letterman fired for his tasteless, sexist jokes about Governor Sarah Palin and her 14-year old daughter, Willow. Afterall, Obama called for Don Imus to be fired for his tasteless “nappy headed hos” joke last year. Even going so far as to call it “verbal violence”! So NBC obviously must think that Obama is a hater! Right?
Ya gotta love the big heaping pile full of blatant f***ing hypocrisy by the Left. Imagine if Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity made a joke about how Obama’s mother was a “whore” for getting knocked up with Barry out of wedlock when she was 18. Or how about them making a joke about Obama being a bastard child? That’s a laugh riot, ain’t it? Anyone think the mass media would call people “haters” if those people called for Limbaugh or Hannity to be fired for those jokes?
Yeah, me either.
Great comment by “hit and run” at this HotAir Headlines post regarding David Letterman’s tasteless, sexist jokes about Governor Sarah Palin and her 14 year-old daughter Willow.
You know, I feel sorry for Don Imus. It’s like he was used for a specific, time-limited, politically-driven purpose — and has no more value as a lesson in how ill-chosen, sexually-charged and hateful words directed at young women are intolerable in our society.
He was used this way by people like, oh, I don’t know, say, Barack Obama:
There’s also another kind of violence though that we’re gonna have to think about. It’s not necessarily physical violence but that the violence that we perpetrate on each other in other ways. Last week, the big news, obviously, had to do with Imus and the verbal violence that was directed at young women who were role models for all of us, role models for my daughter. I spend, along with my wife, a lot of time making sure that my two young daughters, who are gorgeous and tall and I hope will get basketball scholarships, that they feel good about who they are and that they understand they can do whatever they can dream might be possible. And for them to be degraded, or to see someone who looks like them degraded, that’s a form of violence – it may be quiet, it may not surface to the same level of the tragedy we read about today and we mourn, but it is violence nonethesame.
The verbal violence of Imus degrading the Rutgers women was enough for Obama to call for Imus’s resignation.
Oh, and yeah, Obama certainly does NOT consider Bristol to be a “role model for [his] daughters” because she decided to accept her “punishment” and carry, deliver and now raise precious little Tripp.
hit and run on June 13, 2009 at 11:00 PM
I wait with baited breath for the Left to use the same standard as their messiah and call what David Letterman said about Sarah Palin and her daughter Willow “verbal violence”, as well as call for his resignation.
In the spirit of the original “First They Came…” and the later versions, when a friend of mine posted this video and commented “She’s got it right… if anyone thinks this is going to stop @ auto dealerships they’ve got their head in the sand,” it inspired me to write the following:
First they came for the banks, and the people were silent, because “screw the rich!”
Then they came for executive salaries, and the people were silent, because “screw the rich!”
Then they came for the auto dealerships, and the people were silent, because “screw the auto companies!”
Then they came for me, and the people were silent, because… they came for them too.