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Joe Walsh Screws Up, Leaves Racism, Hitler Out of Dumb Obama Simile

Deadbeat serially bankrupt media whore teabagger (haha, you still don’t know who we’re talking about yet if we stop there) Joe Walsh went on Fox News to say President Obama is “like a teenage boy who had a big party and trashed his house while his parents were gone.” HAHA, WRONG. You did it all wrong, Joe. Where’s the racism? The bile? Where did you get your teabagger education, you giant communist? Do you spell “MUSLIN” correctly, too? HERE, even we read so much mind-numbing teabagger nonsense all day long that we’ll just do it for you:

“Obama is like a burglar who broke into a house full of sleeping white church choir members, trashed the house and then bashed apart their skulls with a copy of the tax code and completely got away with it because no one could see him in the dark. That’s also the sort of thing that Hitler was always doing.” THERE.

Here is another Joe Walsh line from this interview in which he also fails to be interestingly offensive: “It’s pathetic. I’ve never known a president who refuses to accept responsibility for anything.” No, because Joe Walsh has never been president! Ta-da. [Media Matters]

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  1. Barb

    "I've never known a president who refuses to take responsibility for anything…"
    I guess he's never met George W.

        1. finallyhappy

          I work with tourists and I can tell you tourists and terrorists are kind of similar when you are working with them. Actually Japanese are great(some of them bow- I swear)- it is the Americans(and yes, I am here in America) who are the worst.

          1. SorosBot

            I just work near tourists (in an office right behind Independence Hall) and I'm with you on this.

          2. Negropolis

            I take it you've never met German and Chinese tourists, then. They make the Americans look damn-near Japanese. Really. Actually.

            American tourists aren't the best travelers, but they certainly aren't the worst. Not even close.

      1. LesBontemps

        I blame his administration on terrorists, too, but I don't think we're talking about the same terrorists.

  2. Crank_Tango

    Of course the Tea Farty isn't to blame for doing the thing that they did and then took credit for and delighted in the thought of before they did it.

    Someone go edit wikipedia to correct this injustice!

    Downgrade Libel!!!

    1. fuflans

      and then whined about the nasty mean people saying they were to blame for tanking the global economy.

    2. GOPCrusher

      And yet, after the downgrade, T-Bills are selling like hotcakes and are at all time low interest rates. Seems like the rest of the world is still interested in buying American debt.

    1. powersuit

      Indeed. Plus the whole "it's our house and you are just a guest in it" meme. Nice! Keep it classy, dude!

      1. V572 Coif of Destiny

        Not so much "guest" as "servant." Or, if he were a really capable, competent racist, "house nigger." There are standards in these things, Walsh — try to measure up.

    1. Dashboard_Jesus

      hmmm, wonder why didn't Fux noisecaster ask the douchebag deadbeat dad about his failure to *take responsibility* for his OWN 10 year old kids? srsly I hope the little Walsh spawn TOTALLY TRASH deadbeat Daddy's house while he's *away*, and maybe his BOYS can impregnate a couple Palin spawn just for fun! This hypocritical Repiglicking loser deadbeat dad has some fuckin' nerve usin' ANY reference to *parenting* during his daily Fux Noise whoring…asshole, also

    1. Tundra Grifter

      Didn't he have the electronic thingie that ran his voice through his guitar?

      So '70's…

  3. samsuncle

    "I’ve never known a president who refuses to accept responsibility for anything.” This is a pretty bold statement from a deadbeat motherfucker who owes his ex over $100,000 in child support. But, hey he's a Teaparty Republican so it's all good.

    1. Ducksworthy

      Yeah but to be fair he only owes his ex the hundred G's in Reality. Clearly he no longer lives there.

  4. Mumbletypeg

    I think Joe might want to lay low for a while.

    With today's editorial on his own Illinois' abysmal ranking among states for asset/ liability disparity — titled "The Deadest Deadbeat"" — apparently even the folks at Chicago Tribune can't resist thumbing their noses at him.

  5. Boredw/Gravitas

    “It’s pathetic. I’ve never known a president who refuses to accept responsibility for anything.”

    W and Cheney BROKE THE COUNTRY, you asshat. Take responsibility for that.

    1. tcaalaw

      I actually pull out my The Big Lebowski DVD to play that line for people to convince them of how thoroughly I hate the Eagles myself.

      1. Jukesgrrl

        But they knew enough to appropriate Ol' 55 from Waits, so they're only 99% tasteless. Hope Tom made a fortune off it.

  6. elviouslyqueer

    It’s pathetic. I’ve never known a president who refuses to accept responsibility for anything.

    Uh, Joe? Your ex-wife called, and wanted to know when you're going to find your balls long enough to accept responsibility for your outstandingly-in-arrears child support.

  7. DaRooster

    “like a teenage boy who had a big party and trashed his house while his parents were gone.”

    Sweet! When do start with the whorin'?! Gotta pay for it somehow…

  8. Radiotherapy®

    This "Obama NEVER takes any blame" talking point is so, SO subtle. Especially from the very people who NEVER, ever take any blame.

  9. Indiepalin

    Now that the debt ceiling debate is over, Joe will finally have time to write that check to his ex-wife.

  10. Lucidamente1

    “like a teenage boy who had a big party and trashed his house while his parents were gone while getting a reacharound from the deeply closeted Republican congressman who won't pay child support.”

  11. Crank_Tango

    Joe Walsh also added "I have a mansion, forget the price. Ain't never been there, they tell me it's nice."

      1. Jukesgrrl

        That's Republican responsibility. Hire the help, ignore what they do, then refuse to acknowledge the outcome. W. warned us he was going to be a CEO president.

          1. Jukesgrrl

            I'm sure they assume the little people will suck it up. If someone owed THEM money it would be a "personal responsibility" pay up. But since they owe, what's yer problem?!? It's not THEIR fault no one registered for their event.

    1. widget2011

      Talk about responsibility: My Mazaratti goes 185,
      I lost my licence, so now I dont drive.

      Funny how old joe would hate young joe, it proves that big money turns you into a big shitsack.

      Money, so they say, is the root of all evil today.

  12. timbo71351

    Everytime that asshole appears on TV, the talking heads ought to ask him how he has the balls to call out Obama when he owes his own fucking kids $117,000. If I were him, I would STFU.

  13. baconzgood

    “It’s pathetic. I’ve never known a president who refuses to accept responsibility for anything.”

    These tea baggers. They willing fucked up this country and they are finger pointing. You know what is pathetic Joe? You and your 86 friends who hold this great land hostage for no reason other than trying to blame the black guy.

    1. natoslug

      At what point can maliciously and wilfully destroying the U.S. economy and trying to replace democracy with a fucked up hybrid corporate theocracy be considered an act of terrorism? Because I think there may still be rooms available in Guantanamo for all these fuckers with a dream of a shiny New Somalia.

  14. Steverino247

    You know, if you were making a lot of money, say $174,000 a year, when the child support orders were made and then you lost your job because rich assholes are somehow not making enough money so they sent your job to China, that would be a pretty good reason to pile up an arrearage like that. However, if you're one of those responsible for things being as fucked as they are and you're still making $174,000 a year, you need to pay up or get your knees whacked.

    1. Callyson

      you need to pay up or get your knees whacked.
      First the one, then the other…and I'm not picky about the order…

      1. Steverino247

        Nice knee caps you got there. Be a shame if something happened to them.

        Yeah, I can go with that.

  15. forgracie

    And Republicans are like the stoners at the party who start a fire in the basement and quietly make their way out of the house after stealing all the good beer from the fridge, copping a feel from the hot chicks and then run across the street to report to Old Man Filkins that them kids are at it again!!.

  16. BlueStateLibel

    The cognitive dissonance of a man who won't pay his child support accusing others of irresponsiblity is just too Teabaggerish to handle.

  17. SorosBot

    "These House Republicans, Bill, these troublesome House Republicans were sent to Washington to help this president clean up his mess,"

    Um, no, they were sent to Washington to prevent the President from cleaning up Bush and the bankers' mess.

  18. fuflans

    hahahaha NPR is reporting on the alaska permanent fund that pays those rugged individualists $1200 a year to be rugged (and how it lost a billion dollars on monday).

    america's true welfare queens…

  19. Ducksworthy

    Why would any media outlet listen to anything this asshat has to say about responsibility. Oh wait. Its GOPTV isn't it?

  20. elburritodeluxe

    I love the way that Fox commentards nod solemnly and try to look like Serious Journalists while these guys rant and carry on.

  21. SayItWithWookies

    That's funny, 'cause I think of the GOP as the sherrifs who watched a city drown, called the survivors looters, and blocked the bridge that they could take to safety just so rich white suburbanites wouldn't have to be exposed, even temporarily, to human misery.

  22. metamarcisf

    OT – who is favored in tonight's goat fuck / Foxnews debate? Glad you asked. The Vegas odds have it a toss-up between Herman Cain and Woman Mauled by Chimp.

  23. Callyson

    These House Republicans, Bill, these troublesome House Republicans were sent to Washington to help this president clean up his mess, and all they wanna do is finger-point and assign blame. I think the American people see right through it.
    Yes, I certainly *hope* the American people see right through the Republicans' finger pointing and blame assigning…

  24. anniegetyerfun

    So, normally I'll read a quote on Wonkette, and I'm all, "Haha, Wonkette is funny! That's a funny made-up quote" only to have it dawn on me a few seconds later that the quote is a real thing, that some Teabagger said. But here, I read this quote and said, "That guy is an ass" only to find out that it was a fake quote.

    Fake, but believable.

  25. aguacatero

    The charms of this quote include:

    1. Obama as "boy"
    2. Obama (both of whose parents are deceased) as unsupervised miscreant
    3. Deadbeat dad preaching about responsibility
    4. Etc.

    1. Negropolis

      "bombed with dildos"

      The person that got to type that out must feel like a king or queen, today.

  26. hagajim

    It is Obama's fault after all…he was the one who ran for Preznit after W. fucked everything up, so that is his fault. It's also his fault that he's been a pussy on just about every policy decision this administration has made. I don't understand his need to work with a party that won't work with him…oh well, I guess that's what happens when you try to act like an adult in a room full of spoiled brats.

    1. Quayle2012_KNOT

      Hopped the fence at the Yale Bowl in 1980. They let him do it then. But, like everything else they play, it was note for note as originally heard on vinyl. Like lipsynching and air guitar, only at 11.

  27. ttommyunger

    Just the sight of these two flaming fucktards with their mouths open was enough to make me steer clear of the video. I'll bet they got together "for a drink" after the broadcast.

  28. JustPixelz

    It’s pathetic. I’ve never known a president who refuses to accept responsibility for anything.

    Say what you will Joe, but Barack Obama is supporting his kids.

    1. MissusBarry

      In one of those married two-parent homes those teatard/family values folks so adore, no less.

    2. Negropolis

      This is really all that needs to be said. This is one of those things where his problem with always be relevant to the job he does. Joe is a deadbeat plain and simple, and he really should resign.

  29. MissusBarry

    I'm pretty sure I know a hell of a lot more about quantum physics (being a poli sci person and all) than this douchenozzle knows about personal responsibility.

  30. imissopus

    I honestly do not know how Obama can get through even one day of dealing with these assholes without kicking his dog or the walls in the Oval Office or the main rotor right the fuck off of Marine One. Maybe because he knows the headline on Fox the next day would be "Black Man Goes on Rampage, Injures Dog, Causes Severe Damage to Government Property." Just the fact that people like Joe Walsh exist and are allowed out in public without a caretaker and a bicycle helmet is proof enough of the decline of Western Civilization.

    1. Negropolis

      It's not even just that he's let outside, but that he's an elected member of Congress, and has the gall to continue to go around talking about "responsibility" while he's been revealed to be among the most irresponsible group of American citizens: child support scofflaws.

  31. mrpuma2u

    I hate that this tool is from IL, albeit the suburbs and exburbs that are his district. He shouldn't have had the fair Chicago skyline as his backdrop, it should have been a Mao-mart parking lot with fat honkeys schlepping their carts full of carbs and plastic crud made in China.

    Shut up Joe, and write a child support check. I write mine every fucking month.

  32. Quayle2012_KNOT

    Fortunately, Joe's completely self-unaware, so you meanies won't ascare him away from the cameras. May he continue to be a prominent spokesperson/walking indictment of the Mr. Tea Party.

  33. Slim_Pickins

    Not Barrington, North Barrington. Barrington is the anus of America, North Barrington is a pimple on that rearend. Think rectal bleeding people!

  34. widget2011

    Joe Walsh, Ted Nugent & Meatloaf ought to form a new suck-ass band.

    Anyone have a name for this new band?

  35. Negropolis

    Well, he did call him a teenage "boy", so that's close enough. Truth is, Walsh is repugnant even when he's silent, which is pretty rare.

    Why is he invited back on television? He should be under some rock in the fetal position, right now. What kind of balls does this little fucker have to be chastizing someone else about "responsibility" given his current situation?

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