10.07.2008

On The View This Morning

Man, if I had to stay home and watch this stuff, I'd go ahead and jump off the courthouse tower at the first chance. That's some serious yapping going on. But that cute little Republican girl is kinda what Wordkyle would be like if he was a cute little Republican girl. Follow me? I do. I would like to tell you how this turned out, but my eyes rolled back in me head and I passed out with two minutes left. When I came to, my pants were missing and someone had written "liberal wienie" on my forehead with a Sharpie.

26 comments:

Jarhead said...

Someone needs to shove a plunger in Joy Behar's piehole and put a gag on Whoopi Goldberg.

And a bag over her head. She is tough to look at. We'll never know what Ted Danson saw in her.

That conversation sounded like a bunch of clucking chickens.

Anonymous said...

That's typical, Hassleback begans talking about Obama and who's the first to jump up and say, "because I'm black, I deserve....." Because they're black is the only reason they're voting for him. You have to let them say what they want but they can't even give Hassleback the chance to say what is important to her. You all should be proud to be in the group with Whoopi Cushion, Joy Blowhard and Barbara Wa-Wa. It makes you all appear intelligent and you wonder why the non-liberals don't understand you people? Lord help us all if Obama's elected.

Anonymous said...

The best indicator of who has the losing side in a debate is who won't let the other side talk--otherwise the winning logic will be revealed.

Anonymous said...

1:52, if Obama is elected, you will think that the Lord is helping you. Woe-be-it if John McBush is elected. It will be 4 more years of the same failed policies that we have endured for the last 8 years. How can you even think of voting for McBush when you look around at the terrible mess that this country is in? The Republicans had control of both branches of Government and they didn't do anything to avert this mess.

Anonymous said...

Kill me now!! I wish that show would disintegrate into thin air!!!

Anonymous said...

Did you hear Elisabeth? I DO NOT understand Republicans. Bush is a two term President; he's ruled the world for almost 8 years and yet Republicans still blame Democrats for the current situation?!

I don't get it.

Does that mean that Bush was really ineffective as President?

It's just odd to me.

Anonymous said...

2:33, You must live a pathetic life as a shut in. You need to quit watching The View for your only news and expand your mind. I feel sorry for you if you think the Republicans had control of both branches of government. Have you not read many news accounts of the Republicans sounding the warnings since 1998 about the coming implosion of Fannie and Freddie? Please become an informed citizen(if you are) before you vote.

Anonymous said...

Best argument for the repeal of the 19th amendment I've ever seen (and I'm a woman).

Anonymous said...

BaaBaa WaaWaa says the world is terrified? What is truly terrifying is all those ugly, sqwawking hags on that show except for cutiepie Elizabeth of course!

Anonymous said...

3:43, I truly appreciate your response to 2:33. You saved me some writing time and I could not have said it better myself. Other than the fact 2:33 needs to crawl back under the rock they came from until they learn to read, pay attention or except the truth. Thanks again!

Adolf Oliver Bush said...

2:33 and 3:07,

Look at the NY Times archives. It was Clinton that urged the loosening of lending practices by FannieMae and the author of the piece predicted that if this went bad, it would require a bail-out like the S&L problem from the 80's.

Anonymous said...

Not that Barbara Walters ever had the least bit of credibility...but if it was once conceived that she did...that is gone because of the idiots on this show that happen to share her ridiculous liberal views. The Republican girl needs to do herself a favor and seek gainful employment and let the idiots continue in their own stew.

Anonymous said...

You left out part of the story, adolf.....Clinton did want to loosen the lending practices (for the admirable purpose of allowing more people to own a home), but it was really urged by Fannie Mae stockholders, banks, thrifts and mortgage companies.....and guess who's begging the US Taxpayers for bail-out money these days? Stockholders, banks, mortgage companies, because they considered the borrowers their "prey", the greedy mofos, and now it's backfired on them, and you have the audacity to blame Clinton. Quit spewing half truths.

Anonymous said...

3:43

Maybe you should do some research on who controlled the House of Representitives and the Senate before you go talking about how the Republicans wanted to fix these problems. In the 105th Congress which ran from Jan.1997 to Jan. 1999 the Republicans had majority in both chambers. In the 106th Congress which ran from Jan. 1999 to Jan 2001 the Republicans had the majority in both chambers.

In the 107th Congress the Republicans held the House and Democrats held the Senate. In the 108th Congress the Republicans again had majority in both chambers.The Republicans held the majority in both chambers again in the 109th Congress. It wasn't until the 110th Congress that the Democrats held the majority in both chambers and that had not happened since the 103rd Congress way back in 1993 to 1995.

Hope this clears up some of the bad wrap the Democrats have taken for not getting anything done!

Disgustful desserts said...

I made it a minute and 20 seconds before attempting suicide by cramming tampons in my ears and eyes.

I'm better now.

Seriously, folks, The fact that this drivel exists at all and is considered legitimate by a significant percentage of the population is rivalled only by the existence and parallel acceptance of Rush Limbaugh et al.

You had Ron Paul out there for the taking but you passed him over, seemingly oblivious to his existence; in fact never really bothered to hear his message.

We are all about to get what we collectively deserve because of who we have become. Somewhere back there we replaced mirrors with TV's and it doesn't seem to have been such a good idea.

Conservative in Decatur said...

5:19 : I will assume you are accurate in reporting the years of party majorities. Many conservatives have voiced major disappointment in the Republicans in what I assume (based on your report) was the 108th and 109th Congresses. They have been widely accused by conservatives, among other things, of the fiscal irresponsibility of spending like drunken sailors. We need to turn 'em out, but but not jump from the frying pan into the fire by voting in those that would be even more irresponsible in their duties in Congress. I personally fear that we will never again have a conservative congress. Regardless of which party has the majority in Congress, the majority of those supporting Obama for president, who get out of bed to go to work or used to work, and pays taxes, is doing so for reasons other than that they believe the tax and economic policies Obama proposes are good for the country. They believe that other issues are more important. I think they are mistaken.

Anonymous said...

you are all as bad as the view...yada yada yada

Anonymous said...

I thought that was WordKyle!

Anonymous said...

What a negger bitch

wordkyle said...

I find the thought of anyone imagining me as a cute Republican girl horribly disturbing.

Except on Saturday nights, when I get to be special.

Anonymous said...

8:15 you're a fool!1

Anonymous said...

Sad commentary: my kid says you have "grammar issues."

Anonymous said...

2:33 Please explain to me what two branches of government that the Republican's had control of. You might make a list of Congressmen and their party affiliation before you answer this inquiry.

Anonymous said...

Wordkyle has a little more sense of humor than most Republicans. That is funny Wordkyle. Now, if Wordkyle can just keep from getting her panties in a wad......especially on Saturday Nights......

gern blansten said...

lol@wordkyle...too funny

Anonymous said...

9:53

In the 105th Congress in the Senate the Republicans had 55 members and the Democrats had 45 members. Int the House of Representatives the Republicans had 228 members and the Democrats had 206 members. I would list all of the members and thier party affiliation, but that would take some time as there are 540 total members (Congressmen & Senators).