Archive for September 2009

The public option goes down thanks to Democrats.

September 29, 2009

Thank you Democrats for grabbing defeat from the jaws of victory. A very good friend of mine balked at voting for the Green party candidate for mayor saying that he’d vote for a third party when there was a real chance that they’d win. How do you like that chicken-egg logic? If there weren’t enough […]

Is stupid the new black?

September 29, 2009

Looking at these pictures my mind immediately wants them all to be viewing porn of some kind. Microsoft wants you to throw a launch party to help them look cool like Apple. I say look cool because they can never be cool. The part I’m waiting for is to hear about people actually doing this […]

What happens in Vegas doesn’t always stay in Vegas.

September 29, 2009

Roman Polanski was arrested in Switzerland. Many people, including his victim, would like him to be released. Sorry Roman, but despite your greatness, you’re a sleazeball for committing rape. 13-year-old girl should be put through what you put her through. Lots of excuses are being made for him including the ‘Hey, it was the ’70’s, […]

Not another stupid rich person for governor!

September 28, 2009

Meg Whitman, founder of Ebay, has announced her intention to run for the Governor of California. That doesn’t sound stupid until you hear her talk about what she intends to do for California. She is so concerned about job losses in the state that she wants to gut the environmental protections and workers rights.  Not […]

Tom Delay on Dancing with the Stars.

September 24, 2009

Tom Delay is in this season of ‘Dancing with the Stars.’  That’s it. I really have nothing else to say. It’s stupid. Here is Tom’s debut (Warning!: Applying hot lava to your eyes will not help you un-see this.) Jack Cafferty had a good comment about it.

What would a blog about stupid be without Sarah Palin?

September 23, 2009

Stunningly deficient former Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin gave a speech in Hong Kong in which she blamed the government for the current financial crisis. “We got into this mess because of government interference in the first place,” said Palin, demonstrating the characteristic lack of knowledge that has become her calling card.