Michele Bachmann: Hurricane Is Order From God To Lower Spending

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god speaking to michele through a llama.Erratic pill gobbler Michele Bachmann is so in touch with her God that she can figure out, like, super fast how to read God’s messages in everyday things: three red lights in a row means, “only two Diet Cokes before lunch;” getting exactly $4.56 in change at the Wal-Mart means “time to clear out Marcus’s Internet browsing history without checking it;” and finding an empty milk carton in the fridge that someone forgot to throw out means, “hair gets worn down next full moon.” Fairly straightforward! That is pill-head child’s play. But look, she can read large natural disaster events, too: “I don’t know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We’ve had an earthquake; we’ve had a hurricane. He said, ‘Are you going to start listening to me here?’” Hm. We’re trying? Hurricanes and earthquakes are tough to parse. Did we hear something about obesity and screaming and lower deficits in there?

Michele Bachmann did: “Listen to the American people because the American people are roaring right now. They know government is on a morbid obesity diet and we’ve got to rein in the spending.”

Oh, who is this woman. Either up her dose or we want to see her go cold turkey. [St. Petersburg Times]

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247 comments

    1. GOPCrusher

      I don't know. I'm just not sure I would be comfortable giving the launch codes to the nuclear arsenal to a woman who claims to listen to voices in their head. Call me old-fashioned.

      1. Biel_ze_Bubba

        Giving the launch codes to any loon who's looking forward to the End Days is pretty much a suicidal move. Perhaps we could lock up the Xtard voters, for their own protection, on election day.

  1. freakishlywrong

    Jesus H. tittyfucking Christ. These wingnuts. The fact that this woman is a candidate for POTUS screams volumes about our idiocracy.

      1. MichelesPantalones

        Go ahead, upend the whole fucking barrel, I am.

        It's hard to get drunk enough to forget about this woman. And I thought my exes were nuts.

  2. Terry

    Michelle, hon, you've misinterpreted the message. God is actually mad that the GOP has so many morons running for president who think they know what God wants.

    1. MichelesPantalones

      Then I wish God would fucking hurry up and fry the fuckers to a cinder where they stand. Some god. What an ineffectual, sissywussy wimp.

    1. Nothingisamiss

      How much would hyou pay to have some actual "journalist" ask that question in a debate, with him on stage next to her? Sooo much.

  3. ThundercatHo

    No, no, you dipshit. God (as usual) is mad about the gays. Ask your "husband", he can tell you all about it. Or Rick Perry.

  4. Texan_Bulldog

    I hate these people who conveniently forget what W did for 8 years in office. I guess since W let her ram her tongue down his throat, his spending was just dandy.

    And if there was a god, he'd have made that llama spit in her face.

    1. JustPixelz

      Behold the miracle of Dubya's fiscal policies. He took a surplus and transformed it into wine a ginormous deficit. He made war and made another war with money from the future! Behold! He lowered taxes and created jobs in the eyes of the faithful. Truly, a miracle!!

  5. slithytoves

    So the government is on a diet. Is that what you want? Or no? Have another corndog, Michelle.

  6. genxr

    Ol' Crazy Eyes runs for President, God brings the earthquakes and floods. Seems like a pretty straightforward message to me.

  7. hollywooddood

    This must be why Tea Party superstar Chris "Too Big To Fail" Christie is begging for federal cash as we speak.

    Shouldn't he be thinking about our grandchildren?

  8. bureaucrap

    Natural disasters are God's punishments for the existence of FEMA (even ones that happen in other countries). When God strikes you down, he wants you to stay down!

  9. DemonicRage

    She is so in tune with what the divine power is trying to tell us. After her 8 years as President, can we put her in a cave and charge money for her to be our Delphic Oracle? (Somewhere in Orlando.)

    1. MichelesPantalones

      Shit, put her in the cave right now and cement up the entrance, and I'll pay you good money.

  10. SorosBot

    If god wanted to send a message about the federal deficit, one would think he could be a little less oblique about it, being all-powerful and all (just like one would think he could prove his existence pretty easily).

      1. SorosBot

        From what I recall from what the nuns taught me, according to the Catholic dogma he would rather have us have blind faith in him. Considering that god condemns all non-Christians (and, according to the Church, all non-Catholic Christians) to an eternity in hell, that's a real dick move on his part; and according to the Bible he did speak directly to some people back in the ancient days, so why it was OK way back then but no longer is is fairly unclear.

        Or, to quote musical theater:
        Every time I look at you I don't understand
        Why you let the things you did get so out of hand.
        You'd have managed better if you'd had it planned.
        Why'd you choose such a backward time in such a strange land?
        If you'd come today you could have reached a whole nation.
        Israel in 4 BC had no mass communication.

        1. Chet Kincaid

          Question #4: If Decent White Christians discover a tribe in the Amazon that nobody knew existed before, are all of the members of that tribe who died before the ghastly strangers preached unto them condemned to hell?

          (The lame-ass answer I got for that one is that, for those who do not have the word preached at them, God reveals himself through nature. Somehow the people who proffer that explanation don't see how it kind of undermines their entire Christian enterprise.)

          1. mumbly_joe

            I dunno, it's perfectly satisfying and somewhat less lame-assed if your particular denomination takes universalist approach to the whole thing, but then again, we're talking about wingnut-xianity, not Quakers and Unitarians who tend, by definition, to be more sane and accepting and less prone to interpret meteorlogical and geologic phenomena as god's judgement for not adhering to their own personal political agendas.

            But, no, the notion that God decides some people need to be tortured, forever, for believing the wrong things or not believing in fairy tales or actually believing the fairy tales but still doing the wrong things with their genitals is pretty much completely inconsistent with the conception of said God as omnibenevolent.

          2. Chet Kincaid

            I had my Intelligent High Schooler Questions formed by exposure to Baptist Fundie Evangelicals of the Moody Bible Institute variety, with somewhat better music in the black congregations, so I know naught of the buckle-shoe and Birkenstock denominations.

          3. GOPCrusher

            According to the Divine Comedy, wasn't Virgil spared the tortures of eternity because, even though he wasn't Xtian, he lived his life by Xtian Ideals?

          4. SorosBot

            Not quite; the "virtuous pagans" like Virgil, along with the unbaptized babies, lived in limbo, the first circle of hell, which didn't carry the tortures of the lower circles but was still a part of hell & didn't enjoy the pleasures of paradise.

          5. MichelesPantalones

            How anyone can believe in a God who would punish babies for being born when HE decided they would, is beyond me. Most people, if they actually had to inflict physical pain and death on a fellow human, would be revolted. It's why so many of our troops come back from war with severe mental health issues. To posit that an intelligence that stood in loco parentis to us could do something so incomprehensibly cruel to its own creation?

    1. MichelesPantalones

      It's a choice: Either he's the biggest fucking pussy in the world, or he doesn't exist.

  11. donner_froh

    Ron Paul wants to go back to 1900. She wants to go way back to when people tried to propitiate the gods that controlled the weather by human sacrifice. They knew what the earthquakes and hurricanes meant.

  12. V572 T-Blow

    Yahweh speaks to me all the time, so I don't know what all the fuss is about. Here's what He tells me: "Kill that woman. Do it now. You'll get your reward in 'Heaven,' heh heh."

    1. JustPixelz

      I hear the same voice. But I demand proof from this so-called God. So I reply, "if you want me to do as you command, make her say something idiotic. Also make her husband light up my gaydar. And your final test, O mighty one, get me laid tonight." So far she's dodged the bullet, but someday … someday….

      1. proudgrampa

        "Mrs. Smith, can Matt come out to play?"
        "Now Johnny, you know that Matt doesn't have any arms or legs."
        "That's OK, we just need him for second base."

        I know. I'm sorry.

        1. DashboardBuddha

          "Mrs. Smith, can Matt come out to play?"
          "Now Johnny, you know that Matt doesn't have any arms or legs."
          "We know…but the pavement is really hot and we want to watch him flop around"

        2. Native_of_SL_UT

          "Mrs. Smith, can Bob come out to play?"
          "Now Johnny, you know that Bob doesn't have any arms or legs."
          "That's OK, we were just going swimming."

        1. sunmusing

          Then try to explain to the local cop what all the fuss was about…….whilst his face was melting, and the sky was turning all sorts of colors, and the walls were breathing.

          1. baconzgood

            Serously no snark. A friend of mine and I were once pulled over on acid and I had to wait for him at the police station while they took him to the magistrate (they found an 1/8 on him) while they gave him a fine for disorderly conduct. It's one of my most awsomest cocktail party anecdotes

          2. smashaduck

            Oh.My.God. That's fantastic. My kid brother took a hit back in HS right before my mom asked him to run to the store to pick something up. He thought he could make it back in time. Four hours later a friend of mine who was a cashier there called me to come get him. He was laying shirtless on the lettuce stack under the mist machine talking to a pineapple when I found him. Would only leave if I let him take it with us. Talked to it all the way home and for another couple hours. At least they called me b4 the cops got there.
            Took shrooms once. Hid in the bathroom with my dog for a couple hours convinced my girlfriend and her cat were in cahoots to kill me. My dog has a british accent.
            Drug sitters are good plan.

          3. baconzgood

            I kept my cool. Even with all the red&blue flashing lights of 15 police cars and the cop's faces melting. At the time it sucked (taking our pot and all) but now it makes a great story. Especially because I've the gift for gab and can tell it really well. I've been told I should write a bunch of stories about my teen years but I'm not too sure about the statute of limitations laws in this county.

  13. donner_froh

    GWB spent money like a drunken sailor, destroyed entire countries, killed millions of innocent people and hated the poor. He had accepted Jesus as his personal savior.

    I will take a pass on the whole god and politics thing for a while, thanks.

    1. smitallica

      Technically, he spent money like a drunken bluebood draft-dodging AWOL Air National Guardsman, but let's not split hairs.

    2. ttommyunger

      I've been drunk a lot. I've been drunk with sailors a few times. We always spent our own fucking money, thank you.

      1. MichelesPantalones

        I know G.W. Bush set the bar really low, but you're still a gentleman and a prince. As were your drunken sailor friends. Just for not spending TaxpayerBux on your drunken debaucheries.

  14. Serolf_Divad

    ”I don’t know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We’ve had an earthquake; we’ve had a hurricane. He said, ‘Are you going to start listening to me here?’”

    If God wanted to send us a message maybe he'd do it with an earthquake that was more powerful than my last bowel movement followed by a hurricane that caused more damage than the last time I sneezed.

    Or maybe he'd forego weather events alltogether, seeing as how they are completely natural phenomena and other than a primitive lost Amazonian tribe, only a complete fucking moron or credulous superstitious imbecile (or both) would interpret them as "a message from God."

    1. Oblios_Cap

      I can't believe that the Snowpocalypse this winter wasn't one the signs Gawd wanted us to heed.

  15. angryhaiku

    The Oracle of Delphi saw the future from breathing hallucinogenic volcanic gasses, too.

    Solution: Throw Michele into a volcano, see what she can tell us from there.

    Edit: Whoops, Demonic Rage beat me to it. Except for the part about throwing Crazy Eyes in a volcano, that was all me.

  16. Mumbletypeg

    "Morbid Obesity Diet"

    She had to nab that one (no pun intended) because "compassionate conservative" had been overly borrowed-and-spent in the Hall of Oxy Morons

  17. JoshuaNorton

    One really wonders if the entirety of Bachmann's American “expertise” is confined to the length of time Obama has been in office.

    Mainly because they all thought this shit was A-OK when Chimpy was steering the car off the cliff.

  18. baconzgood

    ”I don’t know how much BP has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We’ve had 2 oil spills in the Gulf. They said, ‘Are you going to start regulating us here?’”

    (FIXED)

    1. fartknocker

      And Rick Perry said that the Mancanto incident could be an "…Act of God." And then Joe Barton apologized to BP for the President's harsh words.

  19. smashaduck

    For I the Lord will send down hurricanes upon them for to slay the poor and dark skinned and hippies in Vermont. And I will send earthquakes upon them but not earthquakes strong enough to cause drink spillage for I the Lord doth loathe a party foul. But I the Lord will cause these tribulations so that the people may know I do not support Keynesian economics. For I the Lord liketh tax breaks for the rich. The poor can go fuck themselves. And I will use my servant Michele who doth never shut up to tell all the people why I the Lord am fucking their shit up. -Ezekiel something:something.

      1. smashaduck

        Well of course, I thought that was the whole point of the wonkettes. If we all started asking permission, there'd be 400 comments per article.

  20. baconzgood

    Maybe God gave those to us because He sees cutting our social safety net as somthing He doesn't like? Huh Chissel Face Shelly?

  21. freakishlywrong

    Gawd also told her that the minimum wage was unkonstitushional and jawb-killing. Gawd hates the poors.

    1. SorosBot

      And Jesus said, "Damned are the poor, for their lives do sucketh, and seriously, just fucketh them."

        1. SorosBot

          Imagine if the Bible were translated to text speak; "Blssd R teh meak, 4 dey shll inheritt de Erth."

          1. MichelesPantalones

            It's already available in LOLspeak, for goodness' sake. How much more effort could it take?

  22. NorthStarSpanx

    I'm roaring, screaming my throat raw that she get off the fucking POTUS trail and public life altogether. And take that other walking disaster Sarah Palin with you too, also.

  23. EatsBabyDingos

    A silly earthquake and a minor hurricane= "I am Woman hear me roar!"

    Japan gets a real earthquake=too many gay anime Sailor Moons?

  24. jodyleek

    And yet, she doesn't understand the message that the big guy is trying to send HER, with all the migraines and whatnot. Hide yourself in a dark, quiet room Shelly and STFU!

  25. V572 T-Blow

    Today, we are all near-illiterate Minnesota theocrats in artfully-troweled-on makeup, pantyhose and strappy sandals, imagining ourselves as a vessel of God's messages.

        1. not that Dewey

          Does "last woman on earth" imply that there is no more porn? Can I at least retain my pre-apocalypse memories of attractive women?

    1. MichelesPantalones

      I see ntDewey beat me to it. Hell, it didn't take but five minutes for that to hit the headlines.

  26. EatsBabyDingos

    Canada should erect a big sign at the Minnesota border that says "I AM NOT with Stupid" with a giant arrow pointing south.

  27. HedonismBot

    Actually, recent polls have shown that, if the American people are "roaring" about anything (and they're not, on account of the bovine docility), they are roaring about jobs. And, by a pretty darn clear majority, they favor upping taxes on the rich. Also, too.
    But that can't be why God keeps bopping us on the head with quakes and hurricanes. Everyone knows God's messages always coincide with Republican talking points. And polls that fail to reinforce those talking points are a muslin conspiracy. Also, additionally.

  28. Weenus299

    I know Pat Robertson, I've listened to Pat Robertson, Pat Robertson is an enemy of mine. Michele Bachman, you're no Pat Robertson.

  29. smashaduck

    BTW: Happy Katrina day everyone. Let's just remove the R and the N and name this next storm Katia. Excellent.

  30. EatsBabyDingos

    I met God this afternoon
    Riding on a Uptown train
    And I said "Don't you have better things to do?"
    And He said "If I did my job what would you complain about
    So I let it go to hell, does that sound familiar to you?"

    That's my dog's eye view.

  31. proudgrampa

    Well, I don't think the Flying Spaghetti Monster would cause earthquakes and hurricanes. I do wish he would wrap his Noodly Appendage around Michele's neck…

  32. Goonemeritus

    Has anyone else here noticed that every Republican front runner in this race has had one thing and one thing only in common? From Donald Trump to Herman Cain to Michele Bachman and now Rick Perry they are invariably the candidate that the least is known about at the time. The amazing thing is that it takes about two weeks for the penny to drop and then the primary voters are off looking for their next forlorn hope. I can only surmise that the average Republican wants a social conservative that will not judge their bazaar sexual proclivities and a fiscal conservative that will increase spending on every program that benefits them while cutting everything else.

  33. baconzgood

    Ohhhhhhh! These people drive me crazy. Really, like God is omnipresent or somthing. Sheesh, get a life!

      1. baconzgood

        At my college, the radio station had a promo that said: "Hi, this is God. When I'm in Pittsburgh which is always because I'm omnipotent, I listen to every radio station at once….Including WRCT."

        1. HedonismBot

          My old university in Missoula, MT had the exact same promo, but with different call letters. Apparently God, who can be everywhere and do everything at once, still can only record the radio promo equivalent of a form letter.

          1. bagofmice

            If we have omnipotence, could I just ask that He modulate the radio waves and send me a text message?

  34. Gorillionaire

    I figure at this point Crazy Eyes is never going to get the nomination, but damn I kinda hoped she would. I looked forward to serious conservatives coming up with all sorts of bullshit to defend her and telling us with straight faces that she has good ideas for the country. It was just three years ago that dumbasses were telling me that Sarah Palin "has more executive experience than Obama" and hysterically funny shit like that!

    1. MichelesPantalones

      Yes, remember that? And if you want a whiff of that crazy stank, you can always schlep over to C4P, where they continue to spout shit like that. Damn, there are some crazy-assed motherfuckas running around in this country.

  35. SorosBot

    Is anyone else having trouble with IntenseDebate? I keep getting logged out for no reason, and the comments don't appear normal in several ways, like the Reply button now reads "Reply/span>"

    1. MichelesPantalones

      Just ignore it. There's a problem with display, looks like someone's HTML/XML got messed up. When you see the blue popup that tells you to log in, just click the Submit Comment button again, or close the popup, and then click the Submit Comment button.

  36. Indiepalin

    Headline of the day (Washington Post):

    "Michele Bachmann Says She Will Consider Getting Drilled in the Everglades"

    1. elviouslyqueer

      Oh, I much prefer this briefly little truthy nugget uttered by one of her brainless followers, to wit:

      Plenty of people in the crowd said they were interested to learn more about Perry, but Bradenton retiree Philip Staples said he's already sold on Bachmann. "She's one of the common people,'' he said.

      Common, indeed. Dead common.

      1. GunToting[Redacted]

        This is one of the conservative memes that drives me insane. They seem to believe that someone "just like them" is best suited to run the largest economy in the world. This from people who cannot balance their checking account.

  37. Chet Kincaid

    Like the Floaty Half-Naked Lady in "300", Michele is the Pill Oracle of the Republican Party. She emerges from the ongoing pharmaceutical vision quest in her Iowa trailer for only 5 minutes every 36 hours, to speak in riddles such as these.

  38. BlueStateLibel

    Ironically, God's hurricane left Godless New York City relatively unscathed, but large areas of New Jersey, mainly the suburbs that tend to go Repub, are being massively flooded and evacuated.

  39. DaRooster

    "We’ve had an earthquake; we’ve had a hurricane."
    AN earthquake and A hurricane? I am pretty sure these were not the first ones of these ever… but what do I know compared to a genius like you MicheLe?

  40. friendlyskies

    Um…I thought gay marriage caused hurricanes. Doesn't that mean God's telling you to divorce Marcus?

    1. MichelesPantalones

      This isn't herpes, it's rank syphilis! It's drippy gonorrhea! It's JUNGLE CROTCH ROT with flaming red balls!

  41. Guppy06

    "And when they had prayed, the place was shaken where they were assembled together;"

    God shakes places of worship when he's happy with them, too, 'Chele.

  42. glamourdammerung

    I hope that like Rush Limbaugh, everything that comes out of this woman's mouth is from being drug-addled and the resulting brain damage. Because the thought someone could be that stupid naturally is just depressing.

  43. elviouslyqueer

    "I don't know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We've had an earthquake; we've had a hurricane. He said, 'Are you going to start listening to me here?'

    Dear Michele:

    I've also been trying to tell you that your husband is a power-bottoming, pole-smoking cock gobbler. I mean, really, who do you think gave him his lisping falsetto and runway-worthy mincing that would make Elton John look like a beer-swilling bubba? Seriously, darling, don't make me come down there and smite you with a Mydamn clue.

    No love,

    G*d

  44. Guppy06

    "Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law. And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church."

    God doesn't talk to Michele because Michele doesn't have a penis (except when she straps one on).

    1. Chet Kincaid

      I wish these silly fundie bitches would learn how to interpret that passage correctly. I don't think it means God would rather that they say every goddamned stupid thing that comes into their minds in the public square, even if their husbands give them permission. Gnawing the ears off unbelievers will not drive them to the altar.

  45. BTWBFDIMHO

    Actually, for people like her, who believes that "God is Everywhere", then her statement makes sense. God is in every drop of rain, in every silly hurricane .
    Then, her campaign is bullshitting by saying that "she spoke in jest".
    Michele doesn't jest, but Marcus ingests.

  46. Redhead

    You can't blame the woman for being scared of hurricanes and earthquakes. It's not like her husband has ever done anything (to her, at least) to make her feel the earth shakin', if you know what I mean…

  47. SayItWithWookies

    I'm not an expert on this alleged deity that communicates with Michele through hurricanes, but I've read a good deal about it, and of all the things that The LORD is supposed to have said through prophets, natural disasters, burning bushes etc. etc., I have never — never — come across an instance of God saying "listen to the people."

    If anything, the people, by ignoring God, behaving generally abonimably, and slaughtering the wrong kind of animal on the wrong day or whatever, constantly annoy and infuriate said deity. Now Michele thinks God wants us to listen to the masses who, if her belief is to be believed, were once almost entirely wiped out by this vengeful fuck? Go back to reading the entrails of birds, Michele — you can work your dumbass way up to hurricanes in a few decades if you study hard.

      1. SayItWithWookies

        Don't worry 'bout me — if the acid, shrooms and that other thing I never got the name of couldn't fuck up my brain, this Wal-Mart Cassandra ain't gonna touch it.

  48. x111e7thst

    When you have representative democracy in a nation of Vicodin addled, Hoveround riding, morbidly obese, diabetic idiots you get Michele. No big surprise there.

  49. Steverino247

    Her campaign insists this was a joke.

    Sorry, but that's bullshit. People like Bachmann do NOT joke about God in any way. Anything that even resembles a joke is actually a verbalization of an unconscious wish, at best.

    If it was a joke, let's hear One L explain it. NOW.

  50. Ramon X

    It's a beautiful day here in New England – sunny, clear and warm and no sound of ringing bells or warning shots. So clearly God is trying to make up. Well, I forgive. But seriously. What if ol' meth eyes is right? She listens to the voices in her head out of conservative compassion for us all. Thank you blessed crazy lady.

  51. HelmutNewton

    Sometimes I wish there WAS a God, just so he would smite people like Bachmann in a spectacularly public fashion. Like being struck by lightning or smacked by a hand out of the sky. That would shut the teabaggers up for once…

    1. MichelesPantalones

      No. For MishMash BatShitKrayZMann, nothing less than a fall from the upper floor of any kind of house of prayer and subsequent impalement (right through her goddamned mouth, please) on a wrought-iron fence facing a very busy street.

  52. El Pinche

    That's OK, Michelle . We know it's the sumatriptan, and the rizatriptan pills ,….oh and the zolmitriptan, almotriptan, and the eletriptan pills …oh yeah and the naratriptan, and frovatriptan pills talking.

          1. El Pinche

            LOL. Actually, I was going to say something to that effect. But I know they suffer in their stables and box crates.

  53. Slim_Pickins

    If that's the message shouldn't he have sent a message that was little less costly to cleanup after?

  54. An_Outhouse

    How does she know that it wasn't Satan sending the message? Maybe that isn't God in her head, but the evil dude. How would she know?

      1. MichelesPantalones

        George Soros. I hear that all the time from tightie-righties. "George Soros has more money than GOD!" It must be true, man.

  55. ttommyunger

    You know what really chaps my ass? Intelligent people across the Globe are probably reading this tripe from Bachmann, Perrey et. al., knowing this Country has the capacity to destroy every major city on the Planet at will, and quietly quaking in their boots. Why can't America do better than these fucking loons? It makes me crazy.

    1. MichelesPantalones

      Me too, fella. It's not as if we have a terrible shortage of intelligent people. It's that we're outnumbered a thousand-to-one, by these marching morons.

  56. Groupshrug

    I think with the hurricane, God was telling us that if we haven't gone to see Rise of The Planet of the Apes, we really should because it's a great movie, James Franco really nailed it.

  57. JackObin

    My Dearest Michelle: Coupla things;

    1 Get a decent manicure. You look like a Jersey Girl.
    2) There are no gods. It is a man-made ceation perpetuated to keep the poor from killing the rich.
    3) You are the dumbest twat I have ever heard of.

  58. MinAgain

    I have heard God's message, and it goes something like this…"Nature will kick your scrawny ass."

    Guess it's a good thing we have FEMA, after all.

  59. MichelesPantalones

    Here's the scariest part. I actually think Sarah Palin is smarter than this addled twat.

  60. __kth__

    God is actually saying, "that rain you needed, Texas? I pissed it all up and down the east coast, because fuck you!"

  61. zhubajie

    Maybe G-d is having fun with the lying spirit again (I Kings 22:22), i.e., telling arrogant dick-heads what they want to hear, and then laughing (Ps 2:4) when they don't like the results.

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