A tribute to the white trash teabaggers that attended the last Nascar race of the year at Homestead Florida, and the (lack of) respect they gave Michelle Obama, Jill Biden and Army Sargent Andrew Barry who was wounded during his tour in Iraq and Afghanistan. They were there promoting their charity, Joining Forces, a charity started by them to increase support and opportunities for those serving in the military and their families.
But it wouldn’t be the first time that teabaggers have booed a soldier.
I originally made this post was in 2012 after the last Nascar race of the season in Daytona. That’s when the events above happened. Kind of pissed me off. Still does.
I POST THIS WITH ALL THE RESPECT THAT THE TEABAGGERS DESERVE.
They even had their pick of a second main course.
HOME SWEET HOME
SOME CAME BY LIMO (after stopping for appetizers and dessert, beef jerky and red licorice whips)
A PROUD MOTHER-TO-BE SHOWS OFF HER LATEST TATTOO
HOPES TO MEET WIFE AT THIS YEARS FAMILY REUNION.
Looks like this could be a match made in teabagger heaven!
PROUD MOTHER AND TWO BROTHERS
GRANDMA CAME TO SAY THE THANKSGIVING PRAYER.
LAST YEARS KING AND QUEEN
THIS YEARS KING AND QUEEN
ALL THE MEN GOT A HAT.
AND EVERYONE GOT A SHIRT
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Lasha Pataraia pulls an eight-ton truck with his ear during a test event in Rustavi outside Tbilisi November 14, 2012. The 32-year-old sportsman will attempt to break a record registered by the Guinness Book of World Records by the end of the month, according to organizers. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili
Each August for the past 74 years, save for a couple during World War II, bikers from around the globe have motored to the mecca of motorcycling – the Sturgis motorcycle rally in the Black Hills.
They tour the scenic highways, stop at Mount Rushmore National Memorial, cruise past the free-roaming herds of bison in Custer State Park, and speed by the towering waterfalls of Spearfish Canyon. At night, rally-goers test the taps at many a Sturgis saloon and sway to the tunes of top-name musical acts at several entertainment venues scattered in the shadows of Bear Butte.
The Buffalo Chip Campground, nestled on the grasslands just east of Sturgis, is among the most popular venues, hosting tens of thousands of motorcyclists for camping, concerts and 10 crazy days of organized mayhem. But, what do they leave behind?
Here’s the Top Five Weirdest Items Left at the Buffalo Chip in the wake of 2014’s 74th Sturgis rally according to Sturgis Rider News.
I don’t know which disturbs me the most. #3 or # 5. LOL
No. 1 is a 2003 Harley-Davidson Dyna Wide Glide motorcycle. “I know I left it somewhere.”
No. 2 is a GoPro video camera containing some “curious,” footage.
No. 3 is an inflatable sheep. “I had a baaaad time at the Rally.”
No. 4 is four pairs of men’s boxer briefs. “Going commando.”
No. 5 is a package of Sponge Bob temporary tattoos.
Here’s a link to info about next years rally.
If you ever get a chance to go, GO!!!
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Sometimes I wish the GOP/Tea Party/Republican would get a dog and name him Clue.
Then they would have one.
Let’s start with the guy they seem to idolize the most then go from there.
Can they explain how this is christian?
This is how the reTHUGliCONS and their puppetmasters, the very rich, see those beneath them.
As in us, the dirty unwashed masses.
I’m including this one just because it made me laugh.
Here’s something that those GOOD. CHRISTIAN. CONSERVATIVE. REPUBLICANS. need to remember…
According to their Bible and their God…
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Some of the writing in some of the cartoons is hard to read. Sorry about that. WordPress has changed something and some things don’t download the right way. I’ll try to figure out if it’s me or not. I can read most of the letters and my eyes are pretty bad. Hope you can.
450HP Mustang Indy 500 Pace Car Has A Huge Price Tag
Describing a Mustang as “rare” seems a bit strange, but this 1964 1/2 convertible is truly one of a kind. Reportedly it was assembled during the first hour of Mustang production and then heavily modified before serving as the pace car for the Indianapolis 500. It is now for sale at RK Motors in Charlotte for…wait for it…$1,099,000.
As part of the media storm that Ford was conjuring up for the Mustang introduction, the company wanted its new pony car to pace the field at one of the world’s most watched sporting events. Three convertibles were slated for Indy 500 duty and sent to Charlotte-based tuners Holman Moody to get them ready for the high speed runs required by any pace car at the 500.
My first “hot rod” was a 1969 Mustang Fastback/351 Windsor/ 4 speed/4 barrel carb. Bought in 1974 for $1500.00. Can’t believe that I got rid of it and can’t, to this day, remember why.
Young and stupid I guess.
Punkin’ is 14 or 15 years old. We took her in right after we moved here.
We didn’t put a candle in her…just fresh batteries.
What’s crazy is that this picture was taken this morning, Oct. 31, 2014.
I didn’t get around to doing this post until now because I ended sleeping most of the day. I’m fighting something and feeling really crappy the past couple of weeks.
She was pregnant when we took her in a couple of years ago during a brutal heat wave and my wife was worried about her and her babies. They were born shortly after she was brought in. BG and Gabby. I think I’ve posted about them before and will again.
We got him from our neighbors when we found out that they were going to take him and his siblings to an abandoned farm and just leave them. They thought they would be okay because they were hunters by nature and were outside cats even though they had been feeding them for about a year.
The only thing I’ve known Smokey to hunt is a bowl of milk.
JJ is the son of Little Momma. She came in when Smokey did and had him and his sister, Sassy, 2 months later. She must have just gotten pregnant just before we brought her in. I still think about what might have happened if they were born at that abandoned farm. JJ is short for ‘Jumping Jack’. When he was still a little kitten he could jump out of their bed 2 weeks before his sister even though it had 24 inch high walls.
He’s like Inky was, as soon as the camera comes out he starts mugging.
The following cats have all passed away over the years but I think need to be included as Halloween cats.
She followed my youngest son home in about 1990. She was with us for 13 years.
This was one of her favorite places to sit. She could keep an eye on 2 rooms from there.
We also called her our ‘Pretty Girl’. She always acted so elegant.
She was with us for 12 years. Such a sweetheart.
Inky was such a character. He never met a camera he didn’t like.
Angel was one of Punkin’s babies. She was always getting into mischief. Here she got stuck while we were unpacking a heater.
I included her because Halloween needs an Angel to watch over it.
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The reason for the title is in the video. He wants to do away with the ACA (ObamaCare) and black lung insurance benefits for coal miners.
DESPICABLE to say the least!
He, like other reTHUGliCONS, seem intent on making life as hard on America, and Americans, as they possibly can.
What I can’t understand is how reTHUGliCONS and Teabaggers can vote against their own interests by voting for This Koch brothers backed slimeball. Someone needs to ask him why he is so intent on killing Kentuckians? On second thought I, and everyone with functioning brain cells, know why they vote like they do. It’s sad and disgusting.
The video won’t post but you can see it here.
This guy sums up what the republican party is all about since President Obama was elected, and before, while he was running. And, he’s a republican.
If you want to know what this pic is about, go here.
I was so disappointed in Clint Eastwood. I’d never have thought that he was racist and an asshole.
For more context on the republican thought process…
From the article;
““Common Core,” the name for a set of national education standards, is the latest rallying cry for right-wing activists. Derided as “Obamacore,” it’s been attacked as a government attempt to usurp local curriculums and impose liberal values on conservative communities. Glenn Beck calls it a plot to turn children into “cogs” under a police state, and several Republican politicians have jumped on the bandwagon, denouncing the Obama administration for supporting the standards.
If this is confusing to ordinary observers—there’s nothing totalitarian about guidelines for what students should know at the end of each grade—it’s bewildering for Common Core advocates, who just four years ago were a boring part of the American policy landscape. Common Core was a bipartisan initiative, with support from the vast majority of governors, including Louisiana’s Bobby Jindal, who has since reversed course as he preps for a potential 2016 presidential run.
What happened to make Common Core an object of hate for conservative activists? The answer is easy: “The Republican revolt against the Common Core,” noted the New York Times on Saturday, “can be traced to President Obama’s embrace of it.”
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