Saturday, June 25, 2011

The People's Cube hits pay-dirt.

Taking time out from destroying civilisation, the Obama crew is posing for some famous recreations of their finest moments in history, featuring the ever-whatever, what's her name. The fat lady Obama's married to. Without further ado:

Michelle's beshoveled ancestors are quite known throughout history. The first recorded sighting happened at The Tower of Babel. She insisted on fair redistribution of rations, bricks, mortar, and scaffolding throughout the entire construction site. Then the tower collapsed.

Then was the invasion of Greece, the destruction of Rome from within through massive entitlements, Attila the Hun, the Black Plague, etc...











Leftards want to kill Sarah Palin and her baby. Normal people wish leftards'd shovel that shit privately. But since they refuse, we must watch them digging their own graves. OK. Go Obamas. Go leftards all.

Friday, June 24, 2011

When he finished looking at Sarah Palin's email

A Palin hater writes about Palin's baby. But then we see there's another side to this story....

From YouTube yesterday.

U will pay…..

and sarah palin will pay as well!!!

letting that lil’ retarded baby of hers live is a sin!!!

he can’t function in this world!!! someone needs to spare him the sad life he has!!

just drown him in the bathtub!!! it’s easy to fake!! or give him a gun to play with in bed! one shot to the head, and he’s sent to Heaven!!!

but no angel should have to do sarah’s job…. so her murder will let her in to Heaven to raise this cripple. then she can go to Satan and do his bidding….. — rorycalhoun27
Picked this up at

What's this? There's more.

Michelle Obama: "Fortunately, We Have Help From The Media"

In an interview with CNN, First Lady Michelle Obama thanks the media for their "support" and "kindness."

CNN reporter: "How's the family ready for this [the election]? It's going to be quite vicious, isn't it? How do you prepare for that?"

First Lady Michelle Obama: "You know, it's … we're ready, you know. Our children, you know, could care less about what we're doing. We work hard to do that. Fortunately, we have help from the media. I have to say this: I'm very grateful for the support and kindness that we've gotten. People have respected their privacy and in that way, I think, you know, no matter what people may feel about my husband's policies or what have you, they care about children and that's been good to see."

Monday, June 20, 2011

Spooky, Stormy, Sunny

Pop music in the 60s was every bit as bad as it is today, and as good as ever. Here are three tunes to make the day a little nicer, for some of us, maybe recalling nice days from long ago.