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Will 2010 Be Moist Enough For Jonah Goldberg?

  • It is now fairly evident that “giving up paint-huffing” was not Erick Erickson’s New Year’s resolution. [RedState]
  • The libertarians seized power while you were foolishly slumbering with visions of sugar-plums dancing in your head. And now there is no sugar-plum tax? [Hit & Run]
  • Finally, a documentary about black people oppressing white people. Very timely, of course, and mercy, it’s also been nominated for an Oscar! [Weekly Standard]
  • Moist Towelettes: Wanted And Desired. By Jonah Goldberg. [The Corner]
  • A New Year with new gun-slingin’, tea baggin’ “don’t tread on me” bonanzas! [Think Progress]
  • Oh look, Michelle Malkin has published The Best Hate Mail of 2009 A.D., so that we can cherish it forever. Did your hate mail make the cut? [Michelle Malkin]

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27 comments

  1. ManchuCandidate

    We know someone who has a outbreak of dingleberries (besides the fact he is one.)

    Learn to wipe your ass better, Jonah!

  2. memzilla

    Real classy move of Malky McMalkin to publish the email addresses of the hate mail writers. What a vindictive brutish c***.

    *sigh* Once again, I bow to the wisdom of the Estimable Layne, who refuses to publish information — even publicly available information — which would publicly identify even the most deserving of wingtards.

  3. x111e7thst

    “there’s something moving in the shadows of Mount Doom. It wasn’t there while George Bush was in charge”.
    The son of Erikkk finally got to try out the new Elastomer Rabbit Habit (by Vibratex) that he got himself for Xmas and the Shadows of Mount Doom moved for him. Congrats dude.

  4. mookworthjwilson

    [re=488501]memzilla[/re]: I used to know Malkin’s home address…never used it or published it, but I had it…it was nice to know I could have done something with it…I think she has moved since then.

  5. mookworthjwilson

    [re=488501]memzilla[/re]: That’s why you need a special email account solely for the purpose of sending hatemail to people with blogs…I do…

  6. Dumptruck

    What’s up with wingnuts and Lord of The Rings comparisons?

    I mean, after years of Dick Cheney = Darth Vadar, the best they can offer is Barry Hussein = stink eye of Sauron? Can’t they at least use R.O.T.O.R. comparisons instead?

  7. SmutBoffin

    Re: The Hit & Run piece, comments.

    “a former girlfriend used to send me pages throughout the day that simply read ’143′. It’s shorthand for ‘I love you’. Seems fitting.”

    “Also, the post finally proves that there are more than 143 libertarians in the United States.”

    “Has the FL LP has made a concerted effort to take over county soil and water boards?”

    This is really funny stuff, when you look at it cock-eyed.

  8. RoscoePColtraine

    [re=488522]mookworthjwilson[/re]: I know, right? Does Malkin think e-mail accounts are difficult to procure and/or expensive to maintain? What a dumbshit.

  9. bitchincamaro

    Second amendment fetishists should insist on “carrying” rights on commercial airliners, for consistency. Otherwise, PUSSIES!

  10. Tundra Grifter

    M2′s “hate mail” just can’t measure up with what NewsHounds publishes from time to time.

    Mainly because much of what NewsHounds (“We Watch Fox So You Don’t Have To”) gets is actually directed towards ClusterFox. The senders are, apparently, too slow to realize precisely what NewsHounds is up to.

    Near as I could tell (and I spent at least 20 seconds looking into it) M2′s email was, actually, directed to her…

  11. SayItWithWookies

    In fact, under George Bush leading scholars and pundits declared Al Qaeda marginalized. By 2003, the pontiffs of miasmatic beltway wisdom were near unanimous that Al Qaeda was near dismantled.
    Oh really, Erick son of Erick — and then what happened?

  12. freakishlystrong

    So, Jonah can’t spell “towelette” without teh Googles? And then he finds a moist towelette museum? And then he writes about that shit? He needs to google “doughy pantload”.

  13. queeraselvis v 2.0

    I rather enjoyed reading the witty repartee between MM and her inner voice. It was like reading a Mamet screenplay, transcribed by an autistic three-year-old.

  14. JMP

    Erickson’s piece is just baffling. Conservatives everywhere tried to blame Clinton for 9/11, which he now seems to have forgotten.

    Has he even read “Lord of the Rings”? The only things that moved in the shadow of Mount Doom were Frodo and Sam, just before they destroyed the ring, and thus Sauron; so according to his analogy, the death of Al Quaeda is just around the corner under Obama, but wasn’t under Bush.

  15. inedalo

    how about publishing wonkette hate mail! or maybe there isn’t any? just love-hate mail for the confused & ambiguous.

  16. Mustang

    [re=488548]inedalo[/re]: Apparently you’re not familiar with the phrase “Dear Shit fer Brains”

  17. Franklin Pierce & Pierce

    “George Bush never tried to disown 9/11 or Richard Reid. He never tried to say, “hey, it was Clinton’s problem.” Sure, in fact, a lot of what led to 9/11 happened on Bill Clinton’s watch and he failed in most every measure to shut down Al Qaeda.”

    Haha, cognitive dissonance much?

  18. glamourdammerung

    From Red State:
    Then the White House Counsel’s Office sent out a memo demanding any and all documentation to show that the Bush administration had done worse.
    Uhm, was the flaming debris of the WTC and Pentagon not enough for anyone else to notice that Bush did a “heckuva job” dealing with terrorism?

  19. glamourdammerung

    Also, notice how fast Ensign is claiming the (probable teabagger) nutjob that shot up the federal building in Vegas is “not terrorism”, which is odd considering his remarks about the nutjob that shot up the federal base at Fort Hood.

  20. steverino247

    I figured that the Libertarians had taken over a severely weakened Republican party months ago because most Republicans I know are fairly polite and would never run around outside with hand-painted signs shouting out of a fear of being confused with anti-war protestors. Libertarians, on the other hand, have almost zero social skills and no awareness of how rude they are or how suicidal their political philosophy is. (I mean, really, who’s going keep food and drugs safe, the streets shit-free and so on…) They also whine more about paying taxes than any other political group. They pay less in property taxes than they do on pizza and somehow believe they’re being oppressed. Their ideal government is found in places like Somalia, yet they don’t have the balls to actually live there. Yes, it’s a pain in the ass to have them shouting outside your office, but will someone in power in this country please step outside and tell them to go fuck themselves?

  21. MzNicky

    I actually made sugarplums this Xmas. Always wondered what they were, so I Googled a recipe. Let me put it this way: My dog wouldn’t eat them, and he eats rocks and bark. Which were actually two of the main ingredients in sugarplums! Go figure.

  22. glamourdammerung

    [re=488629]glamourdammerung[/re]: I would have never made this prediction if I had realised the nutjob in question was black which would pretty much automatically mean they were not a teatard.

    My bad.

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