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December 8, 2007

Kookspinach Is Doomed

Sean PennIt always helps one nut when endorsed by another.  This is Dennis Kucinich’s moment.

Penn was set to deliver “a blistering indictment of political leaders and an impassioned endorsement of Presidential proportions,” according to a Kucinich press release.

In the speech entitled, “Piano Wire Puppeteers,” Penn railed against not only President Bush, but Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton.

Oh boy.

“While I’m not a proponent of the Death Penalty, existing law provides that the likes of Cheney, Bush, Rumsfeld and Rice, if found guilty, could have hoods thrown over their heads, their hands bound, facing a 12-man rifle corps executing death by firing squad,” Penn said.

The crowd laughed and threw rocks, bottles, rotten tomatoes and anything else that wasn’t bolted down in an orgy of enraged moonbattery.

The ridiculous display was the backdrop for a “major political statement” in the People’s Republic of San Francisco by Sean Penn announcing his endorsement for Dennis Kookspinach, but…

Penn has donated $4,600 to John Edwards’ campaign and $2,300 to Kucinich during this cycle, per FEC campaign finance data, NBC’s Domenico Montanaro said.

Someone’s confused.  Maybe Ron Paul will take Penn for a ride on his magical blimp for this deranged lefty’s speaking truth to power.  Thanks for the laugh, Sean.  You missed your calling.  You should have been a patient in a sanitarium.  It’s not too late.  This was a fine audition.

— Psycheout

24 Comments »

  1. Too bad you B4B idiots will never understand the concept of thinking for yourselves by voting for non-corporate peace candidates. Oh yeah, Kuciniches wife is super hot.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 8, 2007 @ 10:07 am | Reply

  2. Wow, have you paid any attention to what Bush has done his second term?

    He’s gotten rid of habeas corpus. In other words, the government can now arrest you for no reason whatsoever except they needed a victim and you just so happened to be walking by at the time.

    He’s broken wiretapping laws–laws that said you didn’t even need a permit until 3 days after you started tapping in the first place! He then turned around and basically re-wrote the law to allow the government to watch anything anyone’s saying or doing on the phone or Internet. That sounds eerily reminiscent of the novel 1984. I don’t know about you, but I don’t like the idea of giving up my rights to a man who can’t even pronounce the word “nuclear.”

    And that’s just what Bush has done. I haven’t even touched Cheney, Rumsfeld, or Rice.

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 7:41 pm | Reply

  3. I’m not sure what relevance a sci-fi novel written way back in 1984 has to today. Try again, EB.

    Comment by Psycheout — December 8, 2007 @ 8:30 pm | Reply

  4. 1984 was about a totalitarian society in which the government watched and listened to its citizen’s every moves. To even think that the government might be doing anything wrong, even accidentally, was “crimethink” and punishable by torture.

    Given Bush’s love of wiretapping, 1984 has great relevance today–indeed it seems Orwell’s prophecy has been fulfilled, just not quite as soon as he thought.

    Also, in case you hadn’t noticed, I’m not EB.

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 8:43 pm | Reply

  5. “I’m not sure what relevance a sci-fi novel written way back in 1984 has to today. Try again, EB.”

    A bit more proof that psycheout isn’t quite up to par on knowledge. 1984 wasn’t written in 1984, it was a futuristic novel by George Orwell. He died in 1950 so he couldn’t have written anything in 1984 (he wrote it while staying on the island of Jura in the mid forties). Also, it doesn’t qualify as a sci-fi novel, it was more of a pessimistic view of the future, although not quite as far off as many people thought, there are many things in the novel that are quite similar today. Also, a number of words and phrases that Orwell coined in Nineteen Eighty-Four have entered the standard vocabularly, such as “memory hole,” “Big Brother,” “Room 101,” “doublethink,” “thought police,” and “newspeak.” Not to mention he popularised several words that you use for your insults such as totaltarianism and fascists, like in his short essay “Wounded by a fascist sniper” in 1937.
    But then why should Psyche know any of this, it’s not what this post is about, and since he doesn’t even know his own subject matter why should we expect him to know anything else?
    He said try again EB. That comment he was referring to looks to me like it was written by L not EB.

    Looks like another person has been getting into my stash.

    Comment by Arn — December 8, 2007 @ 9:07 pm | Reply

  6. Sorry, L. You guys sound all the same.

    Comment by Psycheout — December 8, 2007 @ 9:14 pm | Reply

  7. Oh, that 1984. But it was written against socialists like you lot. So I’m not sure why libbies are citing it.

    Comment by Psycheout — December 8, 2007 @ 9:16 pm | Reply

  8. Arn, I have never used the word “fascist” in this blog. However, I would like to state that, like a true Patriot, I am strongly against a tyrant named George who is running my country.

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 9:17 pm | Reply

  9. “Arn, I have never used the word “fascist” in this blog.”

    Not you, silly. Psycheout and the rest of these bozo’z, they call everyone fascists, and a bunch of other things, usually including some sort of cute mis-spelling to make normal words sound dirty or insulting, like their favorites, LIEberal, or DEMONcrats, or democRATS, but usually it’s a long line of unrelated words of which fascist is almost always one of them.
    That whole comment was to psycheout, not you. He’s the idiot that 1984 was written in 1984,,,lol.

    Comment by Arn — December 8, 2007 @ 9:25 pm | Reply

  10. “the idiot that 1984 was written in 1984,,,lol”

    oops, forgot to put the word thought in there, it goes between that and 1984. I thought I put it in there, guess that’s what I get for thinking when I’m not used to it.

    [Ed Note: Glad we got you to use your noodle for once. Too bad it’s so clogged up with reefer, otherwise you might be a conservative like us.]

    Comment by Arn — December 8, 2007 @ 9:28 pm | Reply

  11. The best part is, he’s trying to force us back 100 years socially, but he thinks things that happened more than 20 years ago are somehow irrelevant.😄

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 9:38 pm | Reply

  12. “Oh, that 1984. But it was written against socialists like you lot. So I’m not sure why libbies are citing it.”

    Comment by Psycheout

    1984 was written against all totalitarian regimes, be they left-wing or right-. Remember, Psycheout, power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 9:41 pm | Reply

  13. The best part is, he’s trying to force us back 100 years

    Yeah, Kookspinach and Penn are nutbags. Good comment!

    Comment by Psycheout — December 8, 2007 @ 9:52 pm | Reply

  14. ” Remember, Psycheout, power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.”

    Case in point George W Bush

    Comment by Arn — December 8, 2007 @ 9:54 pm | Reply

  15. ” The best part is, he’s trying to force us back 100 years

    Yeah, Kookspinach and Penn are nutbags. Good comment!”

    Comment by Psycheout — December 8, 2007 @ 9:52 pm

    By “he,” I was referring to you. But good effort!

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 10:06 pm | Reply

  16. Case in point George W Bush

    Maybe you’re too young to have heard of Billy Jeff Clinton?

    Comment by Psycheout — December 8, 2007 @ 10:22 pm | Reply

  17. I agree Mr. Clinton did some bad things, but at least his horrible mistakes didn’t affect every single citizen of the United States. If someone says, “I don’t like the President’s tie today,” he can get thrown into a military prison for the rest of his life, with no trial and no questions asked.

    Is that the way of a free society?

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 10:39 pm | Reply

  18. Bush is the worst failure in American history.

    Comment by spacebrother — December 9, 2007 @ 4:20 am | Reply

  19. Maybe you’re too young to have heard of Billy Jeff Clinton?

    Comment by Psycheout — December 8, 2007 @ 10:22

    Yeah, right Psyche, I’m older than you, and I lived in Arkansas while he was governor. So the guy got a BJ while in office, and that just ruined my whole life,, and Psycheout is just plain stupid.

    Comment by Arn — December 9, 2007 @ 8:31 am | Reply

  20. [Ed Note: Glad we got you to use your noodle for once. Too bad it’s so clogged up with reefer, otherwise you might be a conservative like us.]

    Wow, so in other words the fact that I qualify for Mensa and have never touched any illicit drugs in my entire life, and am still a political moderate, means nothing to you?

    Comment by L — December 9, 2007 @ 2:45 pm | Reply

  21. Kucinich would look good in a burqa, now that I think about it.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — December 9, 2007 @ 3:02 pm | Reply

  22. Kucinich would look good in a burqa, now that I think about it. Elves have long known to propagandate homosexuality, bestiality, forced abortions, and kissing the UN’s feet.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — December 9, 2007 @ 3:04 pm | Reply

  23. 1984 was NOT supposed to be an instruction manual

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 9, 2007 @ 3:56 pm | Reply

  24. “Kucinich would look good in a burqa, now that I think about it.”

    Comment by Bob_KKKorkkker — December 9, 2007 @ 3:04 pm

    I knew KKKorkkker was a closet homosexual about to come out.

    Comment by spacebrother — December 10, 2007 @ 10:42 am | Reply


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