We’re not sure if the AOL-email-chain-level wingnuts are furious about this yet, but they will be for about six months. That’s Jay-Z and the Beyonce lady with friends posing in the White House Situation Room the other day, just cold launchin’ nukes at white cities. The Weekly Standard is sounding the wingnut alarm. [Weekly Standard]

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  1. Feeling it coming in the air
    Hear the screams for free healthcare
    Bipartisanship on the Hill
    It’s a dangerous love affair
    Can’t be scared when whip count’s down
    Got a problem tell me now
    Only thing that’s on my mind
    Is who’s gon’ write this bill tonight

  2. That’s nothing. Wait ’til they get a load of 50 Cent knocking back a 40 in the Lincoln bedroom.

    The Negroes are taking over, ZOMG!!! Hide the women and children!!!11!

  3. I assume this means that Schlitz Malt Liquor is about to be made the national drink & there will officially be a Watermelon Day?? Run for your lives, whitey!

  4. “Reverend Ike, Secretary of the Treasure/Richard Pryor, Minister of Education/Stevie Wonder, Secretary of Fine Arts/And Miss Aretha Franklin, the First Lady… God Bless Chocolate City and its Vanilla Suburbs”–George Clinton.

  5. Meh. Needs more Ices Cube and T.

    [re=525471]Tommmcatt[/re]: Roscoe, atlas, and I would respectfully beg to differ. Now excuse me while I whip this out…

  6. So the Weekly Stantard call it a “breach of decorum,” which is what they called it when the first black congressman was seated in the House back in the 1870s. At least they’re consistent.

  7. Of course this is a horrible, horrible breach of decorum according to the conservatives. Now in half an hour people will dig up photos of Bush admin doing the same thing, only probably with country singers and Larry the Cable Guy.

    Besides, I heard the Reagan people let one famous actor, a drooling idiot to boot, into situation room all the time.

  8. “Tell the president of Whiteystan that if they don’t disclose their stocks of Wonder Bread and Leno reruns that they’ll be in violation of the UN resolution.”

  9. [re=525505]Joshua Norton[/re]: True enough. Of course, that little difference is all it takes to turn a certain portion of our population into raving teabaggers. It’s like gamma rays for wingtards!

  10. [re=525456]The Huffington Pogue[/re]: That’s the fucking Situation Room? Did they take all the cool shit out because the were afraid that W was going to break stuff?

  11. And in keeping with the spirit of the air traffic controller at JFK, the Prez let Jay-Z call in a Predator strike on a wedding party outside of Peshawar.

  12. This is exactly what they were saying before the election, you elect one of them darkies, next thing you know, they’re barbecuing chicken in the rose garden and selling crack out the b ack door. Presidential limo up on blocks in the front yard, nappy-headed porch monkeys playing in the dirt with no drawers on, you know the scene.

  13. [re=525522]Cape Clod[/re]: Yeah, if movies and TV have taught me anything, there should be giant 3D maps with miniatures representing US and enemy forces, along with multiple giant TV screens the President uses to talk with foreign heads of state and supervillains trying to blackmail the US with their superweapons.

  14. On the other hand, this ain’t shit; Obama coulda let them all take a joyride in a nuclear submarine and sink a Japanese school ship, just for shits and giggles.

  15. [re=525522]Cape Clod[/re]: Yeah, I was surpised myself. If this was a Hollywood movie, there’d be huge flat screen TVs and huge blinking, buzzing mainframe computers all over the place. How boring.

  16. [re=525456]The Huffington Pogue[/re]: No kidding! It just looks like a finished basement of a home in a moderately well-to-do suburb.

  17. The real news here is that The Weekly Standard is still being published. How much does it take in wing nutz’ contributions to keep that rag afloat?

    Years ago William F. Buckley wrote me and asked me to send him money so The National Review could stick around. I wrote him back and said I am a capitalist and I think publications should survive on their own merits in the marketplace of ideas. Never did hear from him again…

  18. [re=525529]Prommie[/re]: That’s where they were wrong. You gotta go round the side of the white house, shout up to the third floor window, and put your money in the bucket they lower down.

  19. Not being hip to the current music “scene,” upon seeing that picture, I would have assumed these nicely-dressed young people are associates at some large law firm or maybe Congressional aides — you know, the real scary people in DC.

  20. I nominate an Extreme Makeover: White House Edition to make 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. more modern and eco friendly. With Sear’s products, it’s bound to be easy!

  21. Is there anything these bastards won’t whine about? For shit’s sake, if not for the Presidential seal on the wall, this could be a conference room anywhere in the world.

    Honestly, just STFU and put your goddamned hoods back on.

  22. Isn’t there some kind of karma here? Who could forget that OTP furry POS from the other day? Doesn’t this balance the scales a little bit?

  23. [re=525640]McDuff[/re]: I think it speaks volumes that these nicely dressed people are, in fact, nicely dressed, thus showing respect to The Man as well as The People’s House, unlike some jerkwads I could name. Having visited the White House several times myself, I have often been repulsed by the tourists dressed like white trash.

    Cudios to the Krew.

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