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Dana Perino Writes Wingnut Laments For NRO The Corner, Too

Former George Bush Jr. press secretary and current Mark Penn employee (as part of the Microtrend “My Concubines”), Dana Perino, simply does not care for this Barack Obama going to a Muslim country and addressing Muslims directly as Muslims, because somehow being aware of various cultural backgrounds is a zero-sum game, and for every Muslim Barack Obama pays attention to, an old white pentecostal nut in northwest Georgia is forced to sit at the back of the bus. Or so she wrote on America’s Blog!

Perino posted this yesterday, so who knows if her opinion changed after hearing the speech, as she clearly holds an open mind and nuanced worldview.

In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President Bush did not see people as “Muslims” any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists. He saw them as individuals, each with God-given value, each deserving the universal gift of freedom. The people of the Middle East should be treated with dignity not because they are Muslims, but because they are human beings. And it was on that premise that President Bush reached out to them.

Until tomorrow.

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Actually it’s not worth it, writing the 700-page response to this paragraph in a single blog post. George W. Bush was a nut, the end. Not really, two quick points:

  • There’s a basic failure to connect on whatever fundamental level when George W. Bush sees “atheists” only as individuals with “God-given value” that he has to go launch insane wars and torture programs to protect.
  • Maybe if George W. Bush spent a few minutes trying to “see people as ‘Muslims’” it would have gone a long way, because then he would’ve known about those permanently dueling “types” of Muslims. Take Iraq, where the suppressed majority “type” under Saddam decided to get them some revenge against the other “type” after the U.S. came in, just to pull down a symbolic statue for the teevee cameras, and this resulted in genocide.

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1 comment

  1. ph7

    I noticed that President Bush did not see people as “Muslims” any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists

    Nigga, please.

  2. 19kevin8

    She may be dumb as a brick, but she’s a hot dumb prick, and plus she’s a spinner… I’d hit it. Over and over and over.

  3. Cape Clod

    “In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President Bush did not see people as “Muslims” any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists. He saw them as individuals, each with God-given value, each deserving the universal gift of freedom.”

    And he was determined to kill every single one of them in order to achieve this goal.

  4. HoboNutz

    AAAH! How on earth did you restrain yourself to only 2 points? That’s gotta be harder than drinking mango juice WITHOUT the cocaine…

  5. snideinplainsight

    That’s why he spoke so eloquently about a Crusade against Terrorism.

    Me, I’ve decided to start my own Crusade Against Mayonnaise. Onward, Mustard Soldiers, fight unto the End!

  6. AliBabaInBA

    I’m pleased to know that I have “God-given value”. . . even as an atheist.
    stFu Bitch!

  7. The Rev. Yevot

    What she meant to say: “In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President Bush did not see people as ‘Muslims’ any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists. He saw them as accountants, former drinking buddies, or kung fu movie stars or people to disenfranchise or deport.”

  8. 4tehlulz

    “And it was on that premise that President Bush reached out to them.”

    Using cruise missiles and B-52s.

  9. chascates

    Didn’t Bush once reply, when asked if atheists could be considered Americans, “I don’t see how”? And didn’t he once argue with his mother that only ‘saved Christians’ could get into heaven?

  10. Min

    The people of the Middle East should be treated with dignity not because they are Muslims, but because they are human beings.

    Where, exactly, is the dignity in bombing the shit out of someone’s country?

  11. Tawk

    It’s true! And you can’t call it a crusade if its simply a group of individuals invading the territory that’s home to another group of individuals.

  12. lizard scum

    I think this might be some historical revisionism to make Bush look stupid (not a huge stretch), but warmhearted. And besides that, it’s true. Bush didn’t see Muslims as our enemy, he saw a bunch of losers sitting on a pile of oil who at least weren’t white (and therefore too close to Europe to avoid angering our allies). However, he was also stupid and a fuck up, which is now to be understood as charming.

  13. Country Club Jihadi

    He saw them as individuals, who would look fabulous in an orange fucking jumpsuit.

  14. bjkeefe

    Just … wow. I grow ever more convinced that the reason we’re in this horrible recession is because so much money is being spent on the Bush Legacy Project.

    And why can’t Dana Perino write more about how George W. Bush invading the Bay of Pigs stopped the Soviet Union from invading us, with missiles?

  15. SayItWithWookies

    In President Bush’s speech, he made specific points about supporting democracy advocates, free and fair elections, free-market entrepreneurs, and women.

    Okay Dana — and are any of those groups better off now than they were eight years ago? Dubya could talk ’til he was blue in the face about elections and women’s rights, but since his only skill was fucking things up, it doesn’t matter what he talked about, did it?

  16. Cape Clod

    [re=332308]american mutt[/re]: Actually, she must be something of a genius to cram so much breathtaking denial into one small paragraph.

  17. gurukalehuru

    No snark here for a moment: People like Dana Perino will be taken seriously as long as there are no investigations or prosecutions of people in the Bush administration. Once that starts to happen, they will all get real quiet, real quick. So, and remember that I am being serious here, Obama has only Obama to blame for the diarrhea coming out of this bitches mouth.

    But, yes, I’d hit it.

  18. 51dimes

    I always thought Bush saw Muslims as the brush on his Texas ranch that needed clearing away. My bad.

  19. Mr Blifil

    I see Dana as an individual, not a perfumed hole to exploit for hour upon hour of crazed hate-fucking, and I bridle at any suggestion otherwise.

  20. charlesdegoal

    Well, Bush was, and is, intellectually challenged, so that he would naturally have wanted to simplify things as much as possible rather than take a more sophisticated approach. Thanks for the tip, Dana.

  21. OReillysVibrator

    “In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President Bush did not see people as “Muslims” any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists. He saw them as individuals, each with God-given value, each deserving the universal gift of freedom.”

    Especially when he fried the retarded one.

  22. Mr Blifil

    [re=332333]SayItWithWookies[/re]: You are attempting to engage from the standpoint of rationality and logic. This approach almost never works when the emotional maturity of the person you are addressing is under the age of six or so.

  23. Min

    She is either trying to give the Vulcan salute in that picture, or she’s testing her depth perception, so she doesn’t take a header off the podium.

  24. paintitblack

    Now see, what Dana was really attempting to say (stupidly) is that both she and Bush are so ignorant and lacking in curiosity that neither even knows what the fuck the difference is between muslins, jews, christians, mormons, buddhists, etc, nor do they give a shit. It’s all about the munies, baby, the end.

  25. queeraselvis v 2.0

    each deserving the universal gift of freedom

    Riiiiiiiiiight. And anyone not graciously accepting or deserving of this universal gift will be barcoded, waterboarded, and shipped off to rot at Gitmo.

  26. JMP

    Yes, Bush doesn’t see people as Muslims or Jews or Christians or atheists. He sees them as Christians or hellbound heathens.

    [re=332324]chascates[/re]: That was Bush Sr., actually. So apparently Thomas Jefferson and Ben Franklin were not real Americans.

  27. Tawk

    This is the same Dana Perino whose office was down the hall from where Karl Rove’s right? Just making sure, because, wasn’t he kind of division-y?

  28. lizard scum

    [re=332341]OReillysVibrator[/re]: Oh, and remember that axe-murderer woman who became a born-again Christian in prison and pleaded for her life to her governor? Bush performed a hilarious impression of her whining, then let her fry.

  29. Anonymous Office Zombie

    Sooooo… in other words, G.W. Bush is an incurious, uncomprehending dimwit who can’t make fine distinctions. Thanks for clearing that up for us, Dana.

  30. Lionel Hutz Esq.

    In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President War Criminal Bush did not see brown people as “Muslims” any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists Arabs. He saw them as individuals targets, each with God Defense Department-given value, each deserving the universal gift of freedom a large bomb dropped on them. The people of the Middle East should be treated with dignity shot not because they are Muslims, but because they are human beings brown people. And it was on that premise that President Bush reached out to them invaded Iraq.

  31. lizard scum

    [re=332341]OReillysVibrator[/re] and [re=332350]lizard scum[/re]: Come to think that may have been Clinton that let the demonstrably retarded man be executed, but I’m sure there were plenty of cases in the hundreds of executions that took place in Texas.

  32. drrty martini

    I know Dana isn’t too bright – and her recollection of the Bush years as a kind of Narnia, but with more unicorns and glitter, is total bullshit – but I like to think that her presence at the NRO fills K-Lo with overwhelming self-loathing. Why do the pretty girls get all the attention?

  33. SlouchingTowardsWasilla

    Can’t you people just love like the loving George Bush who loved to love others the way he wanted to be loved? It makes me cry sometimes.

  34. Name Pun Phenh

    [re=332316]19kevin8[/re]: Too late. You want to screw a prick. Right in the pee pee hole. It’s right here on the internets for all to see. Wanna buy some wood?

  35. problemwithcaring

    “In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President Bush did not see people as ‘Muslims’. He sees them as either patriots or enemy combants.”

  36. problemwithcaring

    “In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President Bush did not see people as ‘Muslims’. He sees them as either patriots or enemy combantants.”

  37. snideinplainsight

    Alt-Text Fail. C’mon, like we have to make up all our own jokes now?

    “Live Long and Blather”

    “Heil Castro. That’s history, right?”

    “Two fingers actually feels nicer. It’s just about the best fit. I don’t know why he has to keep calling it a microtrend.”

  38. WadISay

    He saw them as individuals, each with God-given value*…

    * target value. Muslims were 10, federal prosecutors were 8, f’rinstance.

  39. Hooray For Anything

    I think you should give Bush credit in that by not seeing groups as groups but merely as individuals, each with God-given value, he made it so that he wouldn’t just be hated by groups, but by individuals too.

  40. prophet1195

    Bush, gold digger Perino, Cheney, Rice and most rethuglicans see a person’s “worth” in dollars and cents because that’s the depth of their cynically shallow perception of others.

  41. norbizness

    By “working for Bush,” I think she means (1) reading a bunch of index cards prepared by Karl Rove to a room full of incredulous reporters and (2) forgetting key historical events at convenient attempts so that the President would be viewed as only the second-stupidest person in the White House.

    In any event, if one wants to see the fruits of Bush’s simpleton approach, look here. For instance, Turkey: from a 52% favorable opinion of America in 2000 to 12% in 2008. Indonesia, the most populous Muslim country: from 75% in 2000 to 15% in 2003. Etc.

  42. Godot

    I noticed that President Bush did not see people as “Muslims” any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists.

    And the Republican campaign to behave like Michael Scott from The Office, in a completely unironic way, continues.

  43. Double Scorpion

    “He saw them as individuals, each with God-given value, each deserving the universal gift of freedom.”

    Which Bush would deliver with a division of M1A1 Abrams battle tanks

  44. Come here a minute

    Oh Dana, perhaps you would understand it better with a Cuban Missile Crisis analogy. Obama is Kennedy, the Palestinian territory is Cuba, and you are the bomb.

  45. WIDTAP

    That’s the missing equation!

    Empathy for other who don’t share your specific culture/religion/political outlook/gender/sexual orientation = RACISM!

    Because if you can say that someone is different from you in any discernible way, you must be a racist.

    It all makes so much sense now.

  46. gurukalehuru

    [re=332373]thefrontpage[/re]: I’d hit it. Not even with yours, mate. I’d hit it. Never heard of her.

  47. 19kevin8

    [re=332365]PoliticalGraffiti[/re]: “im really tired of the “id hit it” comments.”

    And I’m tired of not using apostrophes and capitals… and ellipses… also.

    But you are right, it is way overused.

    I’d scritch it.

  48. Dave J.

    “For example, when His Excellency the King of Jordan visited the White House in 2004, President Bush served him a delicious pork roast. He served him this delicious feast because he does not recognize him as “Muslim” or recognize any of his so-called “religious prohibitions against eating certain foods,” mostly because he just loves peace and freedom, praise Jesus.”

  49. Lord Growing

    “UPDATE: Just kidding about the Jews. I mean come ON! Even he has his limits.”

  50. TGY

    Yeah, W. say them as people. A lot of dead people. Some 100-500 thousand or so. Not dead Muslims, but dead people, each with their own individual personalities. Except, of course, that they’re dead.

  51. mrpuma2u

    [re=332342]magic titty[/re]: omigod that was the best 30 rock ever I cried I laughed so hard.

    Dana, Dana, Dana, can’t you see? Sometimes your lies are just so shitty.

  52. One Yield Regular

    Given that photo, I think it showed remarkable discretion and tact on the part of Leonard Nimoy not to have said anything about Ms. Perino.

  53. hobospacejunkie

    Hey Stupid
    You’re so fine
    You’re so fine
    You blow my mind
    Hey Stupid
    Hey Stupid

  54. disgustedcitizen

    I really hate it when a good looking woman turns out to be either stupid, or evil.

  55. doxastic

    [re=332325]Min[/re]: No kidding. They all have human dignity unless, of course, they’re Palestinian

  56. Buzz Feedback

    “If I see someone come in and he’s got a diaper on his head and a fan belt around that diaper on his head, that guy needs to be pulled over and checked.”

  57. President Beeblebrox

    [re=332394]Godot[/re]: I was actually thinking that the Bush Administration was more like Dwight Schrute’s fire drill in the Super Bowl “The Office” special:

    Wreak utter havoc by scaring the living shit out of everyone with smoke bombs, alarms, etc., thus making them run around and get heart attacks and try to bust the door out with a copier, and then say “o hai guise, j/k about those WMD’s!”

    Or something.

    Also.

  58. heroinmule

    Yes, more racist, Bill O’Reilly, I-don’t-see-color bullshit is just what was needed to solve the nuanced, myriad problems of the islamic world.

  59. Crank Tango

    I would do sex to her and pay her cash moneys for it. I will not, however, read whatever bullshit she is spewing these days.

  60. Alaska Girl

    “And it was on that premise that President Bush reached out to them.” Reached out and invaded their country, bombed their cities, killed, maimed and tortured them. That worked ever so well Dana.

  61. jetjaguar

    “And it was on that premise that President Bush reached out to them.”

    With war.

  62. Bill

    Wonkette – do ever read this shit? You’re liberal and biased so I understand you slanted views, but the people who leave comments here are real wingnuts (I wanted to use so many different adjectives but I am trying to make a point). There is not a clear thought in the bunch, none are in any way informed and they are just nasty, dirty, disrepectful and stupid people. There isn’t a basement anywhere big enough to hold them all. They use nicknames and avatars because they don’t have the stones to leave their names. You may try to write an intelligent blog, but if you were to be judged by your readers then you just don’t make it.

  63. shortsshortsshorts

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: What’s your last name Bill— and your phone number? The people need to know.

  64. snideinplainsight

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: Oh, what, and you expect us to believe your real name is “Bill”?

  65. shortsshortsshorts

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: Oh and eat a dick, Bill. Who’s lodging the judgment? Is teh Jeebus casting judgment? You know Bill, if you are clean, you can cast the first stone. But really, Bill. You have to form these opinions. What does “Wonkette— do ever read this shit” mean? Please explain, Bill. Thanks.

    In Christ,

    Halden (OMG I POST AS AN AVATAR NAME THAT ISN’T MY OWN?

  66. The Sea Farmer

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: “You may try to write an intelligent blog”

    yeah “wonkette,” you may “try,” but don’t expect to be successful cause we are all the wingnuts.

    thanks for “trying” though. numbnutettes.

  67. Bill

    See – can you be any nastier. At least wait until high school before being so baaad.

  68. gidgetbananas

    And Dubya knows exactly how much God hates individuals, because Jesus told him so.

  69. snideinplainsight

    “You may try to write an intelligent blog”? What kind of hurtful, callous, snarky person are you? Our moderators have feelings, you know.

  70. Blender

    Come on, don’t be so hard on poor Dana – you have to remember that Rove had pretty much given up and sent a big FUCK YOU message to the collective press when he stood Tony Snow up there to lie. She just happened to be wandering through the hallways when they found out Tony had the brain AIDS, and she got the nod. They might as well have selected someone at random from the secretarial pool or a storefront mannequin.

  71. Lionel Hutz Esq.

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: Jonah? You claimed that you had forgotten we existed just a few weeks ago, and now you are commenting? Huzzah!

  72. Bill

    Snarky? Not narly? You’re like so mean dude. And, this is exactly what I am talking about. I said she writes an intelligent blog and you get it wrong and call me names. Names. Jeez, grow up. This is serious shit and you are a bunch of little boys. I espcially liked the why am I wasting my time here comment. I assume that means you only want more choir members to smack you on the ass for your clever musings. No debate? No challenges. What are you going to do when you have to enter the real world. Look at Obama, since the inaugural he has entered the real world. Keeping Gitmo, keeping the wire taps, more troops in Afghanistan. It’s hard outside the basement so stock up on the cheetos and stay under the covers as long as you can. Peace out. Bill

  73. natoslug

    [re=332605]Bill[/re]: Peace out to you too, Bill. Please let your mother know I’m the one who gave her herpes.

  74. shortsshortsshorts

    [re=332605]Bill[/re]: “I espcially liked the why am I wasting my time here comment. I espcially liked the why am I wasting my time here comment. I espcially liked the why am I wasting my time here comment. I espcially liked the why am I wasting my time here comment. I espcially liked the why am I wasting my time here comment.”

    That may have something to do with it, Bill. You don’t seem to understand that you can’t make a statement and a question at the same time— well it’s possible, but you failed.

    Bye Bill.

  75. Baseproduct

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: How bad a headache did you get, writing that much at one time?

  76. Lord Growing

    We might as well stop commenting. Bill’s got Comment of the Afternoon wrapped up, three times over.

  77. S.Luggo

    ” — although he [Obama] has gone out of his way not to use the word ‘democracy’” in the past, I hope he will use it tomorrow.”
    As GWB frequently did in regard to the lack thereof in Saudia Arabia, Jordan, Dubai, Qatar, Morroco, Kuwait and, yes, Egypt.

    She’s still as dumb as a bag of rocks.

  78. Tra

    [re=332365]PoliticalGraffiti[/re]:
    [re=332399]magic titty[/re]:

    im really tired of the “id hit it” comments.

    But don’t you get it? It’s funny every time because she’s a hot woman! And therefore we don’t have to come up with a real joke, we can just demean her by just by explaining how we want to have sex with her! Cause women who have sex are whores!

    Get it?

    Aw, come on. It’s almost as funny as a hate-fuck joke! See, it’s funny ’cause it’s rape!

    Yeah, I third that.

  79. RobPetrified

    Dear Mr. Jim Newell:
    You brash young whippersnapper, you made my mid afternoon Metamucil cocktail spray out my nose again.
    I’m gonna have to do a tequila nose douche to get rid of that freakin’ logjam.
    Thank Jeebus none of it got onto my new keyboard!

    Yours Truly
    RobPetrified.

  80. Tra

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: Know what I always wonder? How someone can encounter a blog with a picture of a squirrel carrying a machine gun on its front page, and think they’ve stumbled onto a place dedicated to the serious discussion of policy.

    I guess this is where the wingnut blindness to irony thing comes in. Run wingnut — they’re coming for your nuts! No, not THOSE nuts.

  81. mrpuma2u

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: I’m just a Bill, yes I’m only a Bill,
    and I’m gonna eat a big bag of dicks. (apologies to school house rock)

  82. Anarchitect

    Wait. Wonkette is trying to be an “intelligent blog”???

    And as for hitting Dana Perino, Ann Coulter or Michele Bachmann… even :::shudder::: the MILF queen snowbilly… I’m fine with men making sexist comments about them. Those stupid fucking bitches wouldn’t know an equal right if I slapped them with it. Tear them to pieces boys, your members will become flaccid the moment they encounter the tacky subordination of a conservative twat.

  83. SuperStarr

    Men and womyns are wired diff’rent. For me, when I realize a good-lookin’ man is stupid, allofasudden he doesn’t look so good. So.

  84. imissopus

    Bill, you’re one of those people who thinks Stephen Colbert is serious, aren’t you?

  85. WindbagCity

    [re=332605]Bill[/re]: “This is serious shit”

    My God, you’re right! We’ve been wasting our lives! We must repent and focus only on issues of the gravest importance…

    NOW WHERES THAT BERF CERTIFICAT!?!?

  86. Mad Farmer Manifest

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: “You’re liberal and biased so I understand you slanted views…”

    but Bill being a conservative white male, he only sees the blinding light of God’s own Truth without biases.

    Bill, let me fill you in on something: Everyone is biased. Everyone. Especially psuedo-conservative wingnuts that are allergic to provable facts-like you and Dana. You just don’t have the balls to admit your own fallability, just like the Pope. And that makes you weak, not strong. Later, tater.

  87. Suds McKenzie

    oh, and Bill, until you get a nickname like “cockhouse”, or “dollar blowjob bill”, I cant take you seriously. Bay of Perino and ButtseX.

  88. problemwithcaring

    [re=332704]Tra[/re]: Is that demeaning? I am so hard up, it’s difficult to tell anymore.

  89. boinggg

    Bill,
    Don’t worry. This whole “Wonkette” blog thing is just a scheme to sell millions of trucknutz. We won’t stop until we see a pair of them swinging back and forth on the Popemobile. So it’s all about the worldwide free market, see? We’re on your side.

    Yours for a more prosperous world,
    boingg

  90. Youstonedorjuststupid?

    How the hell did the GOP corner the market on the hot Stepford Wife bimbette phenomena? This one, Malkin, the whole Joy Division at Faux Noise. We get Rachel? I likes me some smart bookish wimmenz, but she doesn’t like man tackle!

  91. Ohio Wonkette Fan

    [re=332482]Bill[/re]: That’s interesting; obviously “Bill” must be a closet-homosexual who fantisizes about being “w”‘s lover.

  92. Hagar77

    [re=332605]Bill[/re]: “Little boys,” “smack on the ass,” “dirty,” “nasty,” repeated references to the basement . . . . I thought Clarice Starling shot you dead at the end of “Silence of the Lambs,” Mr. Gumb, but no, you’re alive and well and, surprise, surprise, voting Republican.

  93. dogscantlookup

    “In all of my time working for him, I noticed that President Bush did not see people as “Muslims” any more than he saw them as Jews or Christians or Buddhists or atheists” He just saw them as undermenchen and fodder for daddy and dick’s one world Halabertin fun parade

  94. Go Figure

    Dana is still drinking the Koolaid. = O
    ” Bush saw them as individuals, each with God-given value, each deserving the universal gift of freedom. The people of the Middle East should be treated with dignity not because they are Muslims, but because they are human beings.”

    The only thing missing from that little piece of fiction was actual photos of Gitmo & Abu Ghraib.

    Might I suggest a revision- “universal curse of death”.

  95. Mr Blifil

    [re=332704]Tra[/re]: Nothing is less funny than analyzing sarcasm, but you are on the wrong track entirely. The point of the comment was to explode the insidious myth behind her contention that Bush sees people as “individuals.” The hate-fuck fantasy is from the point of view of an imaginary figure who nevertheless claims to see Dana as “an individual.”

    For you to take offense at the hate-fuck reference without examining the larger context means you are a hysterical drama queen probably going through menses. That is all.

  96. Rajul

    You know what’s hilarious? Arbusto gave this pedantic, pontificatory stream-of-s*** “speech,” purporting to lecture everyone in the middle east (well, everyone he hadn’t killed yet) on how to attain economic prosperity and social equality, about 6 months into the recession he caused with his totally f***** up policies.

    What a g**-d***** m*****f****** d*****bag idiotic a******.

  97. Rajul

    [re=332503]seted[/re]: I believe it’s actually “Sieg Heil.” I will give her this, she’s hotter than Eva Braun.

  98. Tra

    [re=332935]Mr Blifil[/re]:

    Nothing is less funny than analyzing sarcasm, but you are on the wrong track entirely. The point of the comment was to explode the insidious myth behind her contention that Bush sees people as “individuals.” The hate-fuck fantasy is from the point of view of an imaginary figure who nevertheless claims to see Dana as “an individual.”

    For you to take offense at the hate-fuck reference without examining the larger context means you are a hysterical drama queen probably going through menses. That is all.

    Yawn.

    Well, your overwrought, overly defensive response certainly showed me who’s offended/hysterical here! Good job!

    Anyway, per our Wonkette overlords edict of the other day, you want to continue this, let’s take it outside. Otherwise, I’ll assume we’re done here.

  99. Bowdoin

    [re=332308]american mutt[/re]: Ever watch The View? Me neither. How about Meghan Magoo interviews? That about does it for possible hot Repugnant blondes on the teevee.

  100. OzoneTom

    [re=332344]Min[/re]: That picture always reminds me of Lisa in Team America — I seem to recall a scene where she was in a similar pose.

  101. Tra

    [re=333337]Mr Blifil[/re]:

    Really? With that?

    Did they notice?

    Seriously, dude. Relax already.

  102. Gorillionaire

    Why is Perino saying anything about Dubya anyway? Nobody cares what Dubya thinks about anything today, and when someone finally got around to asking him about the muslin victory mosque on stripper’s row in Manhattan, all Dubya could come up with was “no comment!”
    Face it wingnuttia, the whole lot of you is about one thousand times more interested in what Sarah Palin has to say about literally any subject than any of you care at all about what Dubya thinks about the world these days. In fact you would all be quite happy if the non-conservative whitey tighty world would just never bring him up ever again ever.

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