Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Maybe This Is Just The Cough Syrup Talkin'...
Remember that line from "Stripes"?

WARNING: The Caveman is heavily *medicated right now, and boy... is he pissed. If harsh language bothers you, you just may want to pass on this posting.

At the recent funeral for Coretta Scott King, Former Dip-Shit in Chief, Jimmy "What A Useless Turd" Carter said the following while President Bush looked on; "It was difficult for them then personally with the civil liberties of both husband and wife violated as they became the target of secret government wiretaps."

An obvious swipe at Bush's wiretapping of terrorists reaching out and touching someone here in The States. Ummm.... I would like to point out to that Southern Fried Asshole, Jimmy Carter, said wiretapping of King was during the John Kennedy Presidency, and said wiretapping was ordered by then Attorney General Robert Kennedy.

Am I correct when I think that those idiotic sons of bitches that cheered so hard that they damn near shit themselves when Cater said that, have NO IDEA that all that nasty wiretapping that happened to King was done by the Democrat version of Saints Peter and Paul?

This isn't a case of the blind leading the blind... it's more correctly the evil leading the unbelievably stupid.

* Rock and Rye whiskey and green tea with lemon. An old Southern cure for the flu.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You talkin' about Jimmy the Peanut, one of the worst presidents in American history? The same guy who gave out canal away? The same canal that now has
the ports at both ends of the canal are now leased by the Chicoms by the ungrateful Panamanians? How long do you think it will take for the Chicoms to close it down if and when the balloon goes up?

6:01 PM  
Blogger St. Jimbob of the Apokalypse said...

And George had to sit there, and listen to all that gas during the funeral. He's so much more dignified than they want to see.

6:38 PM  
Anonymous Amy Pawlak said...

If you check out Mark Shea's blog there are a few comboxers who aren't so curteous to our President.

I especially like the ones that say President Bush shouldn't have shown up at the funeral, implying that he's cynical for doing so...

It boils down to respect. What they did was disrespectful. No defense - not "it's a Protestant funeral," "the Kings would have agreed," "who are we to interfere?," etc. - holds water when you think about the disrespect that was shown.

And the fact that - had President Bush not attended - he would have been raked over the coals for ignoring CSK's funeral and memory.

He can't win for trying, especially against those that suffer from BDS (Bush Derangement Syndrome). Nothing he does is right, even acting with grace and dignity as he's publicly insulted.

8:29 AM  
Blogger Tito said...


You shouldn't parse words like that. You should tell us what you really think!

5:31 PM  
Blogger Dave said...

I remember a "history test" in Mad Magazine in the early '80's.

Q: Who was the last president to die in office?

A: Jimmy Carter.

10:55 PM  

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