Thursday, August 30, 2007
Wednesday, August 29, 2007
Why was Tucker SO upset by the proposition in the bathroom? So upset he went back with help and beat up the guy who'd bothered him. Could he have been trying to beat down some inclination in himself? Perhaps a tendency to prefer bow ties, not that there's anything wrong with that.
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 12:00 PM
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Always look askance at those who wear an American flag in their lapel. They are most certainly hiding something.
Hey Larry, you're not being singled out because you're gay. And it's not because you have a tendency to pick up men in bathrooms for anonymous sex. It's not even because you're a Republican. It's because you're a liar and a hypocrite and a self-hating person. I don't care what your preference is but for God's sake, be honest about it. Don't pontificate against and persecute those that are like you and stop hiding behind the flag!
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 5:00 PM
Thursday, August 23, 2007
Today's USA Today reports John Edwards saying, "We cannot replace a group of corporate Republicans with a group of corporate Democrats, just swapping the Washington insiders of one party for the Washington insiders of the other,"
Hallelujah! The truth has been spoken! That is why I don't endorse Hillary or Obama for Prez. They are too beholden to those that "brung them to the party."
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 6:51 PM
Aww! None of the Democratic candidates wanted to show up to the debate FOX and the Congressional Black Caucus were having so FOX has decided to "reschedule."
Ha! "Reschedule!" That's funny! Sort of like "rescheduling" a birthday party because everyone you invited decided they didn't want to go! Boo Hoo! Gotta love the way FOX knows how to manipulate the language. Goebbels is so proud of his pupils!
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 12:10 PM
Forbes Magazine lists Condi Rice as bachelorette #6. Aside from the ridiculousness of that thought, what wrong with this picture of Condi? What is she covered in, snake skin? Was the picture taken before she could employ her mind control shape shifter power?
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 11:41 AM
Monday, August 20, 2007
There are days when I just want to give up. Give up on everything. Today is one of those days. Everything is making me sad. Christian conservative are rewriting our American History and we are sitting back, powerless to stop it.
Over in Russia, Putin is busy re-writing his Country's history.
And forget finding any truth at Wikipedia! The history there is constantly being rewritten.
Sigh! Most days I fear for my country, for my world, other days, I reason that all will be well; right will persevere.
Today, I don't feel like that. I feel like a town cryer, moving through the cobble stone streets of his town, tolling his bell and yelling, "bring out your dead!"
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 11:11 AM
Thursday, August 16, 2007
Yet another infringement of my civil rights that will be ignored by the media and the powers that be. Great, now I have to worry that a satellite is broadcasting me everytime I sit my fat ass in front of the TV and get ready to stuff my face with Lay's Limon potato chips! Hey, Michael Chertoff, enjoy the show!
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 5:28 PM
Wednesday, August 15, 2007
From THINK PROGRESS comes this excellent quote from Karl "Turd Blossom" Rove.
Rove claims that those that criticize Bush are "sort of elite, effete snobs who can't hold a candle to this guy. What they don't like about him is that he is common sense, that he is Middle America."
"Middle America?" Really? Wow! I had no idea Middle America grew up the son of a privileged son in a privileged family. I've posted some pictures of our "Middle American" president. (yes, I know president is supposed to be capitalized but he doesn't warrant the courtesy.)
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 3:16 PM
Tuesday, August 14, 2007
I'm old enough to remember the old Sears Catalogs and lately I've noticed a resemblance between some of the models and uber pin-head pundit, Chris Matthews. The resemblance goes beyond the physical when taken in conjunction with Matthew's latest remark; a throwback to what I'm sure he remembers as, "the good old 70's," when chauvinistic remarks were exchanged with ease and men patted "broad's" behinds with aplomb.
Posted by Sir Evelyn De La Fontaine, Esq. at 3:48 PM