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January 9, 2008

Drown the Ingrates!

New Orleans BussesThieving scumbags:

Hurricane Katrina’s victims have put a price tag on their suffering and it is staggering — including one plaintiff seeking the unlikely sum of $3 quadrillion.

A whopping $3,014,170,389,176,410 is the dollar figure so far sought from some of the largest claims filed against the federal government over damage from the failure of levees and flood walls following the Aug. 29, 2005, hurricane.

Of roughly 489,000 total claims, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said it has received 247 for at least $1 billion apiece, including the one for $3 quadrillion.

“That’s the mother of all high numbers,” said Loren Scott, a Baton Rouge-based economist.

For the sake of perspective: A mere $1 quadrillion would dwarf the U.S. gross domestic product, which Scott said was $13.2 trillion in 2007. A stack of one quadrillion pennies would reach Saturn.

Some residents may have grossly exaggerated their claims to send a message to the corps, which has accepted blame for poorly designing the failed levees.

“I understand the anger,” Scott said. “I also understand it’s a negotiating tactic: Aim high and negotiate down.”

I have a counter-offer for these ingrates: if this is the thanks we get from you people for hauling you out of your worthless Sodom of a bathtub by the beach, next time you get flooded we should knock out a couple dams upstream. Maybe when you’re suffering Biblical flooding, you’ll wish you’d been prayiing and building Arks instead of sinning and stealing from your fellow citizens.

I’m serious. These swine had decades to leave New Orleans. They chose to remain in a den of sin, living in sin. The federal government would’ve been well within its rights to let them pay the penalty for their iniquities after God smote them with Hurricane Katrina, but in his mercy, George Bush chose to rescue these worthless sinners. THAT was a mistake he won’t make twice, and neither will the next Republican President.

46 Comments »

  1. 3 quadrillion! Now we’re talking real money!

    Comment by dadaclu — January 9, 2008 @ 2:23 pm | Reply

  2. How is this the government’s fault? Those people in New Orleans brought this upon themselves with their horizontal thinking. The way you prevent floods is like we do in the red part of the country vertical thinking. If those people weren’t so busy listing to stories from each other that they couldn’t be bothered to listen to the voice that counted their houses would still be their.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 9, 2008 @ 2:42 pm | Reply

  3. Of course you use your post as an excuse for calling people scumbags, etc. just as you always do, what a consistent and predictable puppy you are, but there is really only one way to look at new orleans logically. If you are going to build a city in an area next to a large body of water that is prone to tropical storms and hurricanes, DON’T PUT IT BELOW SEA LEVEL.

    Comment by Arn — January 9, 2008 @ 2:53 pm | Reply

  4. why did my last comment disappear? Did you decide my comments need to go into moderation now? Or did you just delete it?

    Comment by Arn — January 9, 2008 @ 3:18 pm | Reply

  5. and then it comes back,,, you guys have stolen some of my pot and smoked it haven’t you?

    Comment by Arn — January 9, 2008 @ 3:19 pm | Reply

  6. Someone should drown you, you [silly] [person]. While you were watching Fox news about the report on Katrina, people were suffering greatly for the loss of their homes and loved ones. I say give them money. It’s not like we’re giving money to the people in Iraq, or moonbats in your case. I would have thought you’d have enough sympathy for people in your country, being the patriotic prick you are, but I guess I thought wrong. [Stuff] like this should be on /b/, not on WordPress where you are just taking up space.

    [Ed Note: Watch your potty language. Eat a bar of soap.]

    Comment by Captain Planet — January 9, 2008 @ 4:47 pm | Reply

  7. Even though I am in agreement with Captain Planet (Gods, that show was awesome), I still refuse to take this blog seriously. It is very clear that you are a fellow Anonymous, so just go back to /b/.

    Comment by The Nobody — January 9, 2008 @ 4:49 pm | Reply

  8. Also…

    “When I was driving my SUV the other day, I noticed something rather odd.”

    I think you don’t have a car. Enjoy your pogo stick, /b/rother.

    Comment by The Nobody — January 9, 2008 @ 4:55 pm | Reply

  9. Praising the destruction of American cities and the deaths of American people is terrorist speak that woud make Bin Laden proud.

    Sisyphus and BJ Tabor ARE terrorists and should be put in front of a firing squad for their anti-American sentiment.

    Comment by SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty — January 9, 2008 @ 5:53 pm | Reply

  10. He doesn’t care about Amerika, SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty. He only writes these fail troll articles for lulz.

    Comment by The Nobody — January 9, 2008 @ 6:05 pm | Reply

  11. “I think you don’t have a car. Enjoy your pogo stick, /b/rother.”
    I lol’d.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 9, 2008 @ 6:39 pm | Reply

  12. Any city founded by the Pre-Nazi Napoleon, a product of the Satanic French Revolution, deserves what it gets. Any city that doesn’t throw David Duke in prison (or execute him) deserves what it gets.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — January 9, 2008 @ 7:06 pm | Reply

  13. “Sisyphus and BJ Tabor ARE terrorists and should be put in front of a firing squad for their anti-American sentiment.”

    Yet Republicans are the Nazis. Very nice, Moxom or whatever Stalinist troll you are.

    “He doesn’t care about Amerika, SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty. He only writes these fail troll articles for lulz.”

    Where did all the good commenters go? Why are we left with these petty trolls? At least Elephant Bones isn’t constantly abusive. And Bob Corker came to the rescue:

    “Any city founded by the Pre-Nazi Napoleon, a product of the Satanic French Revolution, deserves what it gets. Any city that doesn’t throw David Duke in prison (or execute him) deserves what it gets.”

    Amen, brother. Amen.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 9, 2008 @ 8:48 pm | Reply

  14. “At least Elephant Bones isn’t constantly abusive.”
    Thank you? ¯\(º_o)/¯

    “The federal government would’ve been well within its rights to let them pay the penalty for their iniquities after God smote them with Hurricane Katrina”
    Tragedy strikes, and all you can think is that it’s the result of sin. Typical Sisyphus.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 9, 2008 @ 9:14 pm | Reply

  15. “Tragedy strikes, and all you can think is that it’s the result of sin”

    What’s your idea then, spherofascist? Are you going to say something stupid like ‘the dihydrogen monoxide atoms collide with the plutonium atoms to create a typhoon’?

    Comment by bobcorker — January 9, 2008 @ 9:42 pm | Reply

  16. I say we rip the arm off of the OP.

    I nearly lost my mom over there in New Orleans. I find out later that, while there are parties going on, the city was literally sinking.

    The moment you talk about New Orleans in an even worse light than it already is; you’ve just signed up to have your limb removed in the worse way possible. Never diss the Big Easy and expect your reputation to live.

    Comment by Tyrenol — January 10, 2008 @ 12:41 am | Reply

  17. “What’s your idea then, spherofascist? Are you going to say something stupid like ‘the dihydrogen monoxide atoms collide with the plutonium atoms to create a typhoon’?”
    No, I’m going to say it’s just Nature striking in a densely populated area. Like Arn said, building a city near the Gulf of Mexico under sea level is a bad idea. Living in SouthEast Texas, I know firsthand how nasty those storms can get.

    “I nearly lost my mom over there in New Orleans. ”
    My heart goes out to you. Hope she’s okay now?

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 10, 2008 @ 1:09 am | Reply

  18. I have no clue who this Moxom charactor is but if he’s in agreement than God bless the soul of a real brother.

    If you call the death and destruction of American cities and citizens, then you are a terrorist. This Sisyphus sounds like a traitor who should be strung up by his hands and thoroughly waterboarded.

    Comment by SisyphusLicksPsycheoutsP***y — January 10, 2008 @ 1:46 am | Reply

  19. This KKKorKKKer charactor sounds like another treasonous terrorist America hating buffoon.

    Comment by SisyphusLicksPsycheoutsP***y — January 10, 2008 @ 1:50 am | Reply

  20. “Where did all the good commenters go? Why are we left with these petty trolls? At least Elephant Bones isn’t constantly abusive. And Bob Corker came to the rescue:”

    Imagine that, rescued by a man who beats his wife (which he bought from a “Christian” family) and tells kids they may have to kill their parents,(then changes his mind on the killing, but still tells little children that their parents are evil) that’s quite a rescuer you got there Sisy. A woman beater and instigater of child rebellion against their parents. Or do all of you feel as Corker does?

    Comment by FadedRose — January 10, 2008 @ 6:49 am | Reply

  21. Corker and Sisyphus are good Christians so of course they fell the same way. You’re only offended by what they say because you are limited by horizontal thinking FadedRose, typical of a heliocentricist.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 10, 2008 @ 10:25 am | Reply

  22. Thank you for answering for Sisy, BJ, that was mighty nice of you, but I think I would rather hear it from Sisy himself, so how about it Sisy, are you a woman and child beater too?
    Obviously BJ is, he’s sticking up for one.

    Comment by FadedRose — January 10, 2008 @ 11:00 am | Reply

  23. “I have no clue who this Moxom charactor is but if he’s in agreement than God bless the soul of a real brother.

    If you call the death and destruction of American cities and citizens, then you are a terrorist. This Sisyphus sounds like a traitor who should be strung up by his [hands] and thoroughly waterboarded.”

    Comment by SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty — January 10, 2008 @ 1:46 am

    “This KKKorKKKer charactor sounds like another treasonous terrorist America hating buffoon.”

    Comment by SisyphusLikesPsycheoutsKitty — January 10, 2008 @ 1:50 am

    I like this guy. He called out the [meanies] straight on.

    Comment by Spacebrother — January 10, 2008 @ 11:11 am | Reply

  24. Corker and Sisyphus are good Christians so of course they fell the same way. You’re only offended by what they say because you are limited by horizontal thinking FadedRose, typical of a heliocentricist.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 10, 2008 @ 10:25 am

    BJ Jihad Hellboy, you really are a worthless tool. Leave America now, we don’t want your Jihadist values in our country. Your on the way to Hell anyways.

    Comment by Spacebrother — January 10, 2008 @ 11:13 am | Reply

  25. I don’t think we should drown them in a lake.

    I think that Waterboarding them would be much better! First, we could uncover where they’ve hid their stash of cash, gold and stolen jewels.

    Next we could increase the effectiveness of our CIA agents by giving them suitable practice in this standard interogation method.

    Lastly, we could probably get these sinners to convert to the True Christian Faith ™ before they die. Think of how happy that will make the baby Jesus.

    Can I get an AMEN?

    Comment by Marty McPain — January 10, 2008 @ 12:02 pm | Reply

  26. “Can I get an AMEN?”
    AMEN!

    Comment by How about no? — January 10, 2008 @ 12:20 pm | Reply

  27. “Thank you for answering for Sisy, BJ, that was mighty nice of you, but I think I would rather hear it from Sisy himself, so how about it Sisy, are you a woman and child beater too?
    Obviously BJ is, he’s sticking up for one.”

    I don’t believe you. Bob Corker is a decent man. If he advocated anyone’s death, they probably deserved it. And I don’t see why beating women is any worse than beating men. In a system where both genders are treated “equally,” an assault is an assault is an assault. Justifiable assault is still justifiable assault. Personally, I can’t think of any scenario that would justify beating a woman (other than the “ticking time bomb” scenario), unless she blasphemed or tried to burn my Bible or committed some other indefensible act of sacrilege. But I’ve never met Bob Corker’s wife, have no idea what goes on in his household, and don’t have enough information on his business to condescend to him as you seem so fond of doing.

    It doesn’t sound like Bob’s a child beater, but the Bible tells us that parents should have intransigent children stoned to death. Our current legal system renders such activity impossible, but working for change is an important part of any new Administration. I’m hoping that Huckabee will, at the very least, restore a modicum of Christian decency to America.

    Beating women and children depends on the context. Obviously, it’s usually a bad idea. But the “ticking time bomb” scenario would justify it, and a lot worse besides.

    “Can I get an AMEN?”

    AMEN!

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 10, 2008 @ 12:51 pm | Reply

  28. It’s a Godly thought Marty helping sinners find Christ and Hell is so much more worse than any think like waterboarding so you get a strong AMEN from me.

    Fadedrose @but I think I would rather hear it from Sisy himself,

    And why do you expect Sisyphus reply to be any different Fadedrose? Your’ question was were in The Bible does it say it, well I showed you. Now do you want to be an adult and admit you were wrong when you accused us good Christians of making this up? You guys really don’t get it that we are the ones following the Word of God here.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 10, 2008 @ 12:54 pm | Reply

  29. You see BJ, you and Sisy are complete Jackasses. Really. Your version of Christianity is a perversion that reaks of blasphemy. You do now know why your going straight to Hell right? Jesus hates you.

    Comment by Spacebrother — January 10, 2008 @ 1:06 pm | Reply

  30. “You see BJ, you and Sisy are complete Jackasses. Really. Your version of Christianity is a perversion that reaks of blasphemy. You do now know why your going straight to Hell right? Jesus hates you.”

    Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament, Space Cadet. He fulfilled the Laws of Moses. One of those laws provided for the stoning of insubordinate children. Another provided for the death of “rape victims” who were found to have enjoyed it, in an act of harlotry.

    Read the Old Testament. I’m not God. I’m not the one who says this- God did. If you don’t like it, go complain to God at the Final Judgment. Christians follow the Word of God, they don’t make it up as they go to support the Hippie moonbat trends of the moment.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 10, 2008 @ 1:22 pm | Reply

  31. Spacebrother, we all know you’re talking to yourself.

    FadedRose, stop bringing me up on every single thread. Pick one and stick with it if you want to talk about it. I guess I have to use the PC word ‘spank’ instead of ‘beat’.

    “Corker and Sisyphus are good Christians so of course they fell the same way. You’re only offended by what they say because you are limited by horizontal thinking FadedRose, typical of a heliocentricist.”

    BJ, she’s probably a 240 lb. lesbian that wants to shoot all men and artificially create females for an all female nation. But, all right-thinking people knew that anyways.

    “I don’t think we should drown them in a lake.”

    I like your idea, but when the LORD Himself wants to kill these Frenchified loons, we shouldn’t intervene.

    “I don’t believe you. Bob Corker is a decent man. If he advocated anyone’s death, they probably deserved it. And I don’t see why beating women is any worse than beating men. In a system where both genders are treated “equally,” an assault is an assault is an assault. Justifiable assault is still justifiable assault. Personally, I can’t think of any scenario that would justify beating a woman (other than the “ticking time bomb” scenario), unless she blasphemed or tried to burn my Bible or committed some other indefensible act of sacrilege. But I’ve never met Bob Corker’s wife, have no idea what goes on in his household, and don’t have enough information on his business to condescend to him as you seem so fond of doing.”

    The last time I remember hitting her was when she tried to stone a liberal. I don’t think liberalism itself warrants execution, the Bible doesn’t support it, and the liberal was minding its own business. I beat her because she was being too violent. However, when she had to go to court for it, the defense attornies were such goons that I almost wish she had carried out the execution.

    “It doesn’t sound like Bob’s a child beater, but the Bible tells us that parents should have intransigent children stoned to death. Our current legal system renders such activity impossible, but working for change is an important part of any new Administration. I’m hoping that Huckabee will, at the very least, restore a modicum of Christian decency to America.”

    I’m a child spanker, not a beater. Spare the rod, spoil the child. And my children haven’t outright rebelled against their parents, drunk alcohol, cursed or striked their parents, or done any of the standard acts that warrant execution, so there is no need to stone them. Amen for Huckabee!

    “Beating women and children depends on the context. Obviously, it’s usually a bad idea. But the “ticking time bomb” scenario would justify it, and a lot worse besides.”

    If one’s wife is going to go out of control and cause havoc, a beating may be necessary. If she doesn’t obey an ordinary task or fails to live up to it, beating her would be wrong. I find it pretty hilarious that the Leftists are talking. A quick glance at Latvia or some other Leftist haven will let you know that there, beatings are done for the sake of beatings. Someone that beats for the sake of beating should get a large penalty at least.

    “You see BJ, you and Sisy are complete Jackasses. Really. Your version of Christianity is a perversion that reaks of blasphemy. You do now know why your going straight to Hell right? Jesus hates you.”

    “If you love me, you will keep my commandments.” ~ Jesus Christ. Like Sisyphus said, Jesus fulfilled the Old Testament. He also spoke metaphorically more than Paul and God to the priests. Christ focused on one’s own improvement, Paul and God dealt with society as a whole. And please make your insults a little more original. You’ve used the same kind of insults since August.

    Comment by bobcorker — January 10, 2008 @ 2:49 pm | Reply

  32. Bobcorker is a liar! no one should listen to him.

    Comment by Freakydeaky — January 10, 2008 @ 5:37 pm | Reply

  33. Sisyphus and BJ like to beat people too, they are the ones that should be gotten rid of, prisons need more people like them.

    Comment by Freakydeaky — January 10, 2008 @ 5:40 pm | Reply

  34. my grandparents were in Hurricane Katrina too, they lost almost everything, my dad went down and helped them rebuild, but they never asked the government for anything, they did it on their own. All these people are just trying to get back at the government for being so slow to help, they should be helped like anyone else should be helped after a disaster, but the amounts they ask for are just silly, they want more than they had to start with. They should be helped to get back on their feet, but they shouldn’t become instant millionaires.

    Comment by Freakydeaky — January 10, 2008 @ 5:46 pm | Reply

  35. Amen, Freakydeaky. People like your grandparents are a tribute to the nation. They’re not trying to steal money from their fellow Americans, and they rely on themselves and their families for their loss. That’s the American way, not suing the government for more money than exists on Earth.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 10, 2008 @ 9:30 pm | Reply

  36. The fact that your parents are independent (do not want to force other people to give them money, unlike the welfare queens that were exterminated) is why your grandparents survived, freaky. So your family is noble at least on one front, even if it needs work on another. If you have to take baby steps, that’s fine; just take the steps.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — January 10, 2008 @ 10:23 pm | Reply

  37. Were did people get this screwy idea that the government is some kind of clash machine? If it wasn’t for the government there wouldn’t have been those poorly built levees that collapsed.

    Comment by BJ Tabor — January 10, 2008 @ 10:34 pm | Reply

  38. “People like your grandparents are a tribute to the nation.”

    yes I agree. I should clarify that only those who have applied for government aid, i.e. those who have tried to rip off the government, steal our money and who would steal a baby’s milk from its lactating mother, only these people should be waterboarded and subjected to “harsh” interrogation methods.

    Comment by Marty McPain — January 10, 2008 @ 10:36 pm | Reply

  39. I’m liking the idea of welfare queens being flogged 3 times a day, BJ and Marty. It would be an excellent way to ensure that our tax dollars would not be wasted, and we won’t have anymore French ghettos in America.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — January 10, 2008 @ 10:41 pm | Reply

  40. Thank you for all the compliments, especially Sisy, I just insulted you and you were still man enough to give me a straight compliment without adding a slur about my family to go with it as Bob did. I credit much of their success in rebuilding to my dad, he stayed there for months helping them clear their property and rebuilding their home. My favorite horse Star was lost in the storm, so was gandmas dog Maggie. Dad spent almost everything we had to help them and sold his favorite toy (a old car he restored, he said it was rare because only a few were made, and it had something he called a six pack, but I don’t know what that means)for more money for them, and had to work so much to get us back on our feet after his absense that I hardly ever got to see him. He worked for his company in the day, and spent evenings building decks and porches and things to make more money, we were way behind on everything because he was gone and spent all our savings to help grandma and grandpa.
    He often does the same thing for other people too, he fixes cars for people when they can’t afford a shop, he built a new porch for our friends house for free, he can’t walk past a bell ringer anywhere without emptying his pockets into their buckets, he stops to help total strangers broke down on the road, and if he can’t get them going he will go as far as he needs to to take them home, and even tow their car himself to get it fixed (and that’s for strangers)
    I just wanted to say all that because that’s the kind of man that Bob calls evil because his hair is long. I’ve never seen or even heard of a more caring and loving person, he is always there for everyone, friends and strangers, when they need help, and he doesn’t treat some different from other’s because of how they look, or what they believe in, he sees all people as people and he cares for all of them. Does that sound evil to you?
    I have to go to school now. But thank you for the compliments to grandma and grandpa, they are about 80 something, but still take care of themselves very well.

    Comment by Freakydeaky — January 11, 2008 @ 5:46 am | Reply

  41. No, thank you, Freakydeaky. That’s a very inspiring story.

    Comment by Sisyphus — January 11, 2008 @ 6:41 am | Reply

  42. While the rest of the western world becomes more secular, the United States becomes more Xtian. Yet I don’t see these nations smitten with god’s wrath. Oh, of course. Gawd is imaginary. Random circumstance is described by many xtians as Gawd’s rath. No wonder the U.S. is not the economic and research superpower it once was. How can a country survive as a superpower when so many of it’s citizens stake their lives on folklore and mythology? Answer: It can’t!!

    Comment by Frederick Bartholomew — January 12, 2008 @ 9:35 am | Reply

  43. i seriously hope your just a troll and if so then epicness but if your 4 real wtf dude? stop smoking your crack.

    Comment by bowchicawowow — January 14, 2008 @ 3:14 pm | Reply

  44. I’m not even gonna try to comment on this, the whole post is just too stupid to be real.

    Comment by TrogdortheEnlightened — January 16, 2008 @ 6:07 am | Reply

  45. “People like your grandparents are a tribute to the nation.”
    Hehehe, those conservotards just praised one of their mortal enemies: Arn.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — January 27, 2008 @ 3:38 am | Reply

  46. question. you said robbery is a sin the new orleaners committed. now, in every robery there is a victim and a thief. Why are both sinners?

    Comment by Kanjo — June 1, 2008 @ 7:28 pm | Reply


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