Hollywood: ‘Why should the Bible’s definition of marriage be America’s definition, barbarians?’


Hollywood is in a tizzy over all y’all bitter bible clingers and your Amendment One passing ways. Oh, and they don’t understand the Constitution, much less the Judeo-Christian ethics upon which this country was founded.

Oh North Carolina – the disappointment we feel now is nothing compared to the bewilderment & shame your children will feel

— mia farrow (@MiaFarrow) May 9, 2012


Sad 2C North Carolina double-ban marriage #equality. If it was truly about the "sanctity of marriage", you'd have made divorce illegal too

— Kal Penn (@kalpenn) May 9, 2012

Sad night for equality, freedom, common sense and democracy in America. See the results in NC and IN. "Weeping may endure for a night…

— Donna Brazile (@donnabrazile) May 9, 2012

Shame on North Carolina #equalrightsforall

— mia farrow (@MiaFarrow) May 9, 2012

Shame again! And weeping.

@BorowitzReport: Interestingly, the Bible makes no mention of same-sex marriage but explicitly mandates transvaginal ultrasounds.” This.

— Martha Plimpton (@MarthaPlimpton) May 9, 2012



Also racist and stuff.

The last time North Carolina put an Amendment regarding marriage in their Constitution was 1875, when they banned interracial marriage.

— Luke Barnett (@Iamlukebarnett) May 9, 2012

That was retweeted by Mandy Moore.

Reality tv star Kelly Cutrone went on a rampage.

North Carolina= No Culture

— Kelly Cutrone (@kellycutrone) May 9, 2012

North Carolina confirms they are a Back woods old school state – Human Rights not Southern Fights

— Kelly Cutrone (@kellycutrone) May 9, 2012

North Carolina – NC= Not Conscious

— Kelly Cutrone (@kellycutrone) May 9, 2012

North Carolina – NC = No Community

— Kelly Cutrone (@kellycutrone) May 9, 2012

Declaration of Human Rights North Carolina – you made the whole world cry tonight

— Kelly Cutrone (@kellycutrone) May 9, 2012

The entire world, you backwoods barbarians!

Separate – Deliberate Communicate @sarahopedenney: @peoplesrev please stop the whole state is not stupid….. #voteagainst

— Kelly Cutrone (@kellycutrone) May 9, 2012

You should move out of a homophobic state RT @sarahopedenney: @peoplesrev STOP IT we will go beyond this THIS IS … http://t.co/9alzQrow

— Kelly Cutrone (@kellycutrone) May 9, 2012

It’s funny that when they disagree with an election outcome, then democracy stinks, majorities are wrong and people are barbarians and bigots and stuff.

North Carolina passed Amendment One. Unbelievable.

— Neil Patrick Harris (@ActuallyNPH) May 9, 2012

Molly Ringwald was pushing for the defeat of Amendment One, but to her credit she at least refrained from demonizing those with whom she disagrees. The rest of Hollywood could take a lesson from her.

@biscuitsandsuch It is my sister's adopted state. She's fighting. Lots of good peeps–just think they're on the wrong side of history here.

— Molly Ringwald (@MollyRingwald) May 9, 2012

She is wrong about the “wrong side of history” thing, though.



RT @jstrevino: Remember, @JonahNRO is right: there is a culture war, but it's the left that's the aggressor.

— Melissa Clouthier (@MelissaTweets) May 9, 2012

Aggressors indeed. Also, not very swift.

So tired of the states using the legal system to ban gay marriage when the people have spoken that they want it. Shame on you NC!

— Patti Stanger (@pattistanger) May 9, 2012

Uh. The people of North Carolina did speak; it was put to a vote, sweetie. But, ‘barbarians’ and ‘bigots’ aren’t really people, huh? North Carolina did not use activist judges, honey. That’s what your side does. Try to keep up.

But we guess it’s easier just to scream bigot and barbarian at people, oh-so-enlightened and tolerant Left.

Perhaps Hollywood shouldn’t get any more of your dirty barbarian and bible-y money?

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/05/09/hollywood-why-should-the-bibles-definition-of-marriage-be-americas-definition/

Paging Wesley Snipes: The Twitterverse awaits your post-prison debut


As Arsenio Hall helpfully notes, Wesley Snipes was released from federal prison just in time for Tax Day.

In 2010, Snipes was convicted of failing to file several years of tax returns. He’ll remain under house arrest until July 19.

Samuel L. Jackson can’t wait to see him back on the big screen.

My friend Wesley Snipes is back on da bricks! WELCOME HOME! Hope to see him back on screen… SOON!

— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) April 6, 2013

But many Twitterers would settle for seeing Snipes take the social media plunge. (Note to Wesley: Samuel L. Jackson is not the guy to go to for Twitter advice.)

How soon before Wesley Snipes is on Twitter?

— whudat (@whudat) April 6, 2013

Wesley Snipes was released from prison….time for him to get a twitter acct to pass the time while under house arrest !!

— GF (@gfLaughsAlot) April 6, 2013

Good! Finally Wesley Snipes can start his OWN Twitter and Instagram accounts. #WAYBehind #WhereUBeenOhYea

— ♪Michael L Williams♫ (@miwillbedone) April 5, 2013

Shout to Wesley Snipes, welcome home bruh… Get a twitter lol

— Brian A. Moore (@NoSubs) April 6, 2013

My man Blade is a free man!!!!!!! Somebody set Wesley Snipes twitter up b !!!!

— Col. Hans Landa (@EJerz24) April 6, 2013

Wesley snipes is he on twitter? It’s comeback time baby.

— Mr. Shane Bennett (@mrshanebennett) April 5, 2013

My boy Wesley Snipes just got out of prison….still waiting on him to join Twitter

— Dan Duclos (@danduclos) April 5, 2013

looking forward to seeing Wesley Snipes on twitter .:.

— Δ$H (@GhoztDragon) April 6, 2013

Wesley Snipes is gonna love twitter.

— J R Levesque (@Enernoj) April 6, 2013

Snipes is a guy who could use some solid advice, so here’s a freebie: Twitchy is forever.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/04/06/paging-wesley-snipes-the-twitterverse-awaits-your-post-prison-debut/

Celebri-ghouls The Red Hot Chili Peppers: Ban all guns, change Constitution


Flea and Chad Smith from the band The Red Hot Chili Peppers jumped aboard the celebri-ghoul train with both feet. Like their fellow celebrities, they immediately began politicizing the horrific tragedy in Newtown. 26 people are dead, including 20 children, and these cretins rush to dance on their graves to score political points.

@flea333 love you, love RHCP, but this is the dumbest tweet I’ve seen from you my man

— David Paul Miller (@JerseyBucks) December 16, 2012

Not so fast; there are more oh-so-brilliant tweets.

No civilians should be allowed to have guns. none.

— Flea (@flea333) December 14, 2012

inmany countries the cops have no guns and they do perfectly fine

— Flea (@flea333) December 14, 2012

and i dont think the cops should have guns either

— Flea (@flea333) December 14, 2012

Er. Wait, there’s even more.

change the constitution

— Flea (@flea333) December 14, 2012

His band mate, drummer Chad Smith, echoes his call to change The Constitution of the United States.

How many innocent children need to die before we “The people” make a constitutional change?

— Chad Smith (@RHCPchad) December 14, 2012

Rights? Who needs pesky rights? The Chili Peppers have spoken. Chad then retweeted the always jackassy, and snit fit prone, Tom Morello of Rage Against The Machine.

RT @tmorello: It’s not complicated: Continued mass slayings of innocents by the mentally unstable is price we pay … m.tmi.me/CN8Fh

— Chad Smith (@RHCPchad) December 16, 2012

It’s not complicated: Continued mass slayings of innocents by the mentally unstable is price we pay 4 bowing down 2 extremists in gun lobby

— Tom Morello (@tmorello) December 15, 2012

Ah, yes. “Extremists” are to blame. Not the evil committing the horrific act. No, no!

Flea then retweeted these ghoul-gems.

.@flea333 Yep! The founding fathers are rolling over in their graves. The 2nd amendemnet doesnt apply to 2012. We dont need guns anymore

— Mack-E Flowers (@mcktll) December 14, 2012

although this may be a few years old, the facts speak louder than all the bullshit. twitter.com/glenefriedman/…

— glen E. friedmanⓋ (@glenefriedman) December 15, 2012

In 1996, Australia banned semi-automatics. In the 18 years before, there were 13 mass shootings.Since then, none.

— Jeffrey D. Sachs (@JeffDSachs) December 15, 2012

And then continued to share his personal wisdom with Twitter.

melt them all down and turn them intosculptures. Hopefully one day in the future people will look back and sigh at these barbaric times

— Flea (@flea333) December 16, 2012

i don’t give a shit about politics. i have no agenda

— Flea (@flea333) December 16, 2012

Really? Then why the public backing of Obama and a free concert for his volunteers? Also, no agenda? Then why all the anti-gun zealotry?

@flea333 wouldn’t wanting to ban guns mean having an agenda? No hate meant here, just an observation.

— Josh Olson (@JoshOlson6) December 16, 2012

@flea333 If you don’t care about politics then why do you keep tweeting about no guns???

— Rachel Slotnick (@RachelPeppers) December 16, 2012

Well, Flea, maybe you should give a hoot and get an interest in reality. Start by talking to these Twitter users.

@flea333 are u for real there banned in the uk, an where I live not a day goes by where someone doesn’t get shot, it will make no difference

— Lionel Richtea (@chris_hurst84) December 16, 2012

@flea333 I’m not giving up a right our founding fathers fought for.

— Matt Conlan (@mconlan24) December 16, 2012

@flea333 I suppose that would work as well as our ban on drugs, murder, and rape. Cars kill more people than guns.

— Jared Smith (@SmittyTJ) December 16, 2012

@flea333 There has never been a gun in history that killed someone. It takes one with the will to pull the trigger. Wise up.

— Tim Loudenslager (@TimLoudenslager) December 16, 2012

@flea333 you are a great musician, but a fucking idiot if you think we should ban guns

— michael micchia (@micchia2) December 16, 2012

@flea333i’d ban guns too if I was a millionaire that paid people to protect me… you outta go walk some streets outside your compound

— Bruce530 (@bruce530) December 16, 2012

@flea333 There’s only one problem. Even if guns are banned, people will still find a way to get their hands on one to murder innocent people

— Philna 🙂 (@philnavv) December 16, 2012

@flea333 banning guns will not stop a psycho from obtaining a weapon and it takes away our self defense.

— Duncan O’Keeffe (@DunkOKeeffe) December 16, 2012

@flea333 but when you are in your home (as i was), and someone is standing over you, trust me, my gun saved my life !!

— tonya rutherford (@tigermom48) December 16, 2012

Flea would rather Twitter user Tonya had been unarmed. Perhaps Flea should also talk to these conservative women, who understand that a real war on women is being waged by anti-gun zealots.

Dear Red Hot Chili Peppers: Stick to Californication, not pontification. Thanks!

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/12/16/higher-ground-not-for-celebri-ghouls-the-red-hot-chili-peppers-ban-all-guns-change-constitution/

Blowhard Al Gore attacks NRA as “fraud” at SXSW


The anti-big oil guy who sold out to big oil LOL AL GORERT @kurafire: “The NRA is a complete fraud,” @algore, to the biggest applause yet.

— Mike Beasley (@MikeBeas) March 9, 2013

Goracle Calls The NRA “A Complete Fraud”… 💥Wow💥 did Al Gore just call SOMEONE ELSE a fraud? bit.ly/WeM5oQ

— Underground Express (@undergroundexp) March 10, 2013

Yes, he did. Global hot air producer Al Gorezeera joined all the other progressives of pallor at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, to swill lib talking points. He scored big last night with his attack on the National Rifle Association.

“The NRA is a complete fraud,” says @algore, to the biggest applause yet. #thefuture

— Faruk Ateş (@KuraFire) March 9, 2013

Huge applause when @algore says “The NRA is a complete fraud”.#sxsw

— Toby Shapshak (@shapshak) March 9, 2013

Yeah, never mind phony Gore’s own Terror TV sellout to dirty oil propagandists for bloody, violent jihad.

#uniteblue #p2 I love how the global warming wacko who sold out to Big Oil has the balls to call the NRA a ‘fraud’:theblaze.com/stories/2013/0…

— Rob (@rovibe71) March 10, 2013

Here’s a fun flashback from 2000 on Gore’s convenient conversion on gun control.

When it comes to iconic campaign images, it is hard to beat the moment, a month after the tragedy at Columbine High, when Al Gore strode into the Republican Senate, commandeered the ivory gavel and broke a tie to require background checks on people who buy weapons at gun shows. It was, he declared, “a turning point for our country.” You could almost see the ad in the can. But in that same chamber 14 years before, Gore cast some other pivotal votes–ones that made him a hero to the gun lobby and that could come back to haunt him. “We could have made Al Gore NRA Man of the Year–every single vote,” says National Rifle Association honcho Wayne LaPierre. “It’s the most spectacular conversion I’ve ever seen. It’s worthy of being investigated by the church.”

In an interview last weekend, the Vice President said his early views of the issue reflected the perspective of a Congressman from a rural part of the South where “guns did not really present a threat to public safety but rather were predominantly a source of recreation.” As a young representative of a conservative Tennessee district, Gore opposed putting serial numbers on guns so they could be traced, and voted to cut the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms budget by $4.2 million so that it could not carry out regulations that had unleashed a torrent of 300,000 letters from gun owners.

What is likely to be more troublesome now are the votes he took in 1985 when the Senate–taking its first major stand on gun control in almost two decades–significantly weakened the gun law it had put into place after the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. By then elected statewide, Gore was representing Memphis and Nashville and other urban areas where, he acknowledges, “gun violence was even at that time beginning to increase.” But he voted against a 14-day waiting period for handgun purchases and for allowing their sale across state lines. And as recently as 1986, the future Vice President told the Washington Monthly that gun-control laws “haven’t been an effective solution to the underlying problem of violent crime.” Now Gore says he was in a “process of changing one’s understanding that doesn’t occur overnight.” And, he adds, “there are certainly some votes I would cast differently knowing what I do about the issue now.”

Principled evolving? Nah. Once a phony, always a phony.

Just ask Gore’s old employees at Current TV:

“We all know now that Al Gore is nothing but a bulls***ter.”

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/03/10/blowhard-al-gore-attacks-nra-as-fraud-at-sxsw/

Michael Moore’s big idea for pro football: Lots of artificial snow


Sure, games played in the snow are entertaining, but wouldn’t using artificial snow be cheating? Not to Michael Moore, who’s sold on the idea of a field of the white stuff for every game — for safety’s sake.


Of course, changing football to snowball will require a few adjustments to the rules.


Anyone have a better idea for improving the entertainment value of the NFL?


Read more: http://twitchy.com/2013/12/09/michael-moores-big-idea-for-pro-football-lots-of-artificial-snow/

21 Movie Monsters Who Are Actually Kind Of Hot

Because who wants to hook up with a pathetic human?

1. Imhotep, The Mummy and The Mummy Returns

Universal / Courtesy Everett Collection

Why He’s Prime Banging Material: His body makes the 3,000-year wait for resurrection worth it.

Best Feature: His ability to conjure up a plague of locusts.

2. R, Warm Bodies

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: We know his heart won’t be the only thing working extra hard tonight.

Best Feature: His sensitive soul.

3. Laurie, Trick ‘r Treat

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Why She’s Prime Banging Material: She’s a Red Riding Hood in the streets, and a wolf in the sheets.

Best Feature: Her teeth. She knows how to use them.

4. Master Gracey, The Haunted Mansion

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He can’t wait to reveal himself to you. And he has an entire mansion full of rooms to do it in.

Best Feature: His accent.

5. Billy Butcherson, Hocus Pocus

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He’s been waiting to use his mouth for too long.

Best Feature: His mouth, duh.

6. Female Cenobite, Hellraiser

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Why She’s Prime Banging Material: Her unofficial nickname is “DeepThroat,” so do with that what you will.

Best Feature: Her composure.

7. Sully, Monsters, Inc.

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He’s the top scarer, so he knows all sorts of ways to make you scream.

Best Feature: His hunky physique.

8. Davy Jones, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: So many tentacles. So many possibilities.

Best Feature: Dat beard, though.

9. The Pale Man, Pan’s Labyrinth

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He’s got big hands, and an even bigger appetite.

Best Feature: His hands…his eyes…his hand-eyes?

10. Jennifer, Jennifer’s Body

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Why She’s Prime Banging Material: She’d give one hell of a hickey.

Best Feature: Her ability to unhinge her jaw.

11. Jack Skellington, The Nightmare Before Christmas

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He can remove any part of his body with no consequence. Imagine the possibilities.

Best Feature: His swoonworthy singing voice.

12. Maurice, Little Monsters

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: You know he’ll have no trouble finding your bed in the dark.

Best Feature: He looks dashing in a leather jacket.

13. Scott Howard, Teen Wolf

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He’s a grower, not a shower.

Best Feature: How comfortable he is in his own skin. And fur.

14. Hellboy, Hellboy

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He’s literally hot as hell and ripped AF.

Best Feature: His Right Hand of Doom.

15. Betelgeuse, Beetlejuice

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He’ll always come when you call.

Best Feature: His impeccable fashion sense. Obviously.

16. Freddy Krueger, A Nightmare on Elm Street

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He’s good with his hands.

Best Feature: He’s the only guy who can pull off a fedora.

17. Pennywise the Clown, IT

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Why It’s Prime Banging Material: He’ll scare the pants off you. And you’ll like it.

Best Feature: He already knows your darkest secrets.

18. No Face, Spirited Away

Toho / Studio Ghibli / Via spiritedaway.wikia.com

Why He’s Prime Banging Material: You know that once he’s yours, he’s yours for life.

Best Feature: His generosity. Whether you want it or not.

19. Lipstick Face Demon, Insidious

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: He won’t be afraid to tell you when he wants it.

Best Feature: His muscles and dark complexion.

20. Santánico Pandemonium, From Dusk Till Dawn

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Why She’s Prime Banging Material: Her feet look good enough to drink off of.

Best Feature: Her feet. You know why.

21. Brundlefly, The Fly

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Why He’s Prime Banging Material: Because deep down, you know he’s still Jeff Goldblum.

Best Feature: Jeff Goldblum.

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/annakopsky/movie-monsters-who-are-actually-kind-of-hot

Newt Gingrich plays hardball, calls Chris Matthews out for his racism


In a short but oh-so-sweet exchange this afternoon on “Hardball,” Chris “Tingles” Matthews got his quivering leg handed to him by none other than Newt Gingrich. After ludicrously claiming that it’s Republicans who obsessively play the race card, Matthews was cruisin’ for a bruisin’. And boy, did he get one.

Newt Gingrich catches Chris Matthews assuming food stamps are primarily used by blacks: http://t.co/iZKrY1Ah #racist #footinmouth

— Mick Hettrick (@mickhettrick) August 27, 2012

Conservatives got thrills of their own watching Gingrich take Matthews to the woodshed:

@NewtGingrich just owned Tweetybird Matthews who said he had a "diabolical smile!" http://t.co/rRbPAxx9

— Kyle (@kyleraccio) August 27, 2012

With a moonboot to the @$$. RT @RBPundit: Video of Newt PWNING Chris Matthews. http://t.co/BH8x79c2

— Ai-Everything (@AiPolitics) August 27, 2012

Newt Gingrich schooled CHRIS MATTHEWS on @msnbc THE OBAMA channel.

— Larry Williamson (@larrywitness) August 27, 2012

Exactly the question to ask liberals. Newt Gingrich asks Chris Matthews, ‘What kind of racist thinking do you have?’ http://t.co/691BjtQX

— Mary Evans (@granmary7235) August 27, 2012

ICYMI, @newtgingrich puts @hardball_Chris in his place. Not easy to stump the Speaker! #teaparty #tcot http://t.co/j2Gy27Pf

— Ivan Garcia-Hidalgo (@IvanGH) August 27, 2012

RT @asskickymchotti Newt Gingrich asks Chris Matthews, ‘What kind of racist thinking do you have?’:<== What I love about Newt! #tcot

— dan bear (@whufflepuppy) August 27, 2012

Thank God Newt said it, finally! via @DavidLimbaughhttp://t.co/ehsPtZF0

— Jen Kuznicki (@jen5309) August 27, 2012

Yesssssssss RT @McCormackJohn: Newt Gingrich Asks Chris Matthews If He Is A Racist http://t.co/CCRkpU9t via @buzzfeed

— David Limbaugh (@DavidLimbaugh) August 27, 2012

A. Freakin' Men. // Newt Gingrich: Chris Matthews "being a racist" (Politico), http://t.co/7S3711BU @RBPundit @NolteNC #TCOT

— David Henry (@imau2fan) August 27, 2012

@Newt_Gingrich Great job putting that self-projecting racist Christ Matthews back in his place and telling him like it is! Bravo sir!

— rita (@ritamalika) August 27, 2012

Oh yea! Newt Gingrich owns Chris Matthews asks him why he's racist for assuming it's only blacks… http://t.co/bIL8bT8U #news #conservative

— preciseBlogs (@preciseBlogs) August 27, 2012

Chris definitely had that coming. RT @BuzzFeed: RT @BuzzFeedPol: Newt Gingrich Asks Chris Matthews If He Is A Racist http://t.co/P8HmTgNw

— Cindy Cooper (@CindyCoops) August 27, 2012

Smile @hardball_chris, you just got Pwned! http://t.co/V5qdiont

— Sean O (@Sean_for_3) August 27, 2012


Bravo, Moon-Man. RT @BettinaVLA: Newt Gingrich Asks Chris Matthews If He Is A Racist – YouTube http://t.co/aDS1Y9IS #TablesTurned #tcot

— Jay Riley (@jayriley) August 27, 2012

Newt Gingrich: Chris Matthews is the only dude around here acting like a racist. http://t.co/nOgfUFik And a jackass, and a hack, and a…

— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) August 27, 2012

After watching this video, I might have to switch back to my Newt avi ==> http://t.co/6ZthtgoY

— Jenn Taylor (@JennQPublic) August 27, 2012

Of course, a few people inevitably couldn’t process Matthews’ complete stupefaction:


Gingrich can't find way out of box. He's hating his interview & can't twist words enough. Chris Matthews is enjoying it.

— Kleyton Cooper (@kleytoncooper) August 27, 2012

@TPM when did Chris matthews decide to raise hell? I'm loving this angry tweety look. Gingrich is making a fool of himself.

— Steve Lubot (@fenwaysteve) August 27, 2012

Chris Matthews absolutely filleting Newt Gingrich. This is hilarious

— Lizzy (@Lizzy_Nielsen) August 27, 2012

“Filleting”? Was she watching the same interview we were? Dream on, honey. Matthews got pwned.

And such masterful pwnage is worthy of a masterful hashtag game. Enter #ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist:

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist chocolate labs

— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist Eskimo Pies. Who insults a culture by saying it puts a pie on a stick?

— Razor (@hale_razor) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist Driver's licenses

— Kyle (@kyleraccio) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist Math. Duh.

— Ken Gardner (@kesgardner) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist Separating the laundry…He refers to it as segregating the laundry. #tcot

— Marybeth (@MBGlenn) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist Enjoying a "White Christmas"

— Bella Pelosi (@BellaPelosi) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist Himself bcuz he's white, which somehow gives him more credibility to do the same to other whites. WTF?

— Shaughn (@Shaughn_A) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist Miracle Whip

— NOT Jimi Hendrix (@jimithoughts) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist anyone who doesn't enjoy spike lee movies

— Jared Gebhardt (@JaredGebhardt) August 27, 2012




#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist mentioning the fact that Robert "Sheets" Byrd was not only a Klansman but a ranking Official.

— Furrystoat (@Furrystoat) August 27, 2012

#ThingsChrisMatthewsThinksAreRacist the content of someone's character

— CRASHR (@CRASHR_me) August 27, 2012


So, everything. That just about covers it!

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/08/27/newt-gingrich-plays-hardball-calls-chris-matthews-out-for-his-racism/

Oh, snap! Jake Tapper nails Carney on Obama’s Seamus joke


At today’s White House press briefing, ABC’s Jake Tapper confronted hapless press secretary Jay Carney on the president’s lame Seamus joke during a stump speech earlier this week. For a president who prides himself on his laser-like focus on the serious issues, Barack Obama sure does seem to have a hard time resisting the temptation to distract from them. Funny, that.

Needless to say, Carney didn’t take kindly to Tapper’s question:

VIDEO: Tapper to Carney: Is Seamus part of the president’s ‘important policy debate’? http://t.co/AupajAgB

— Free Beacon (@FreeBeacon) August 16, 2012

Carney says that Obama's Seamus quip "was a joke." More: "I think a little levity is a lot different from the kind of ridiculous charges."

— Byron Tau (@ByronTau) August 16, 2012

Carney on Obama's Iowa Seamus joke: "Maybe I'm naive to think that a one-line joke about a dog would become principle focus of coverage"

— Ali Weinberg (@AliABCNews) August 16, 2012

Yeah? Well, too bad. Carney and his boss had it coming, and conservatives couldn’t’ve been more pleased:

It totally should RT @igorbobic: "One joke as an aside should not become the focus of the campaign," Carney says of Obama's Seamus joke.

— Stefan Becket (@stefanjbecket) August 16, 2012

BAHAHAHAHAHAHA. #pwned RT @AndrewStilesWFB @jaketapper to Carney: Is Obama's Seamus ref "a part of this important policy debate?"

— RB (@RBPundit) August 16, 2012

ZING!!!! RT @AndrewStilesWFB @jaketapper to Carney: Is Obama's Seamus ref "a part of this important policy debate?" #tcot #p2

— True Tourtillott (@DamnTrue) August 16, 2012

Hilarious. RT@jtLOL @jaketapper to Carney: Is Seamus part of the president’s ‘important policy debate’? http://t.co/wJmJWUS2

— Charmaine Yoest (@CharmaineYoest) August 16, 2012

I love that man. RT @AndrewStilesWFB: @jaketapper to Carney: Is Obama's Seamus ref "a part of this important policy debate?"

— Michael Williams (@RealMichaelW) August 16, 2012

OH MY DAWG! Go Jake! @jtLOL: Tapper to Carney: Is Seamus part of the president’s ‘important policy debate’? http://t.co/pkYT23ds

— Wayne Baisley (@craptard) August 16, 2012

He shoots and scores! RT @jaketapper to Carney: Is Obama's Seamus ref "a part of this important policy debate?"

— The Mad Hessian (@TheMadHessian) August 16, 2012

The Obama camp is going to need to try a new tack, because right now, it’s really in no position to criticize anyone who questions its penchant for distraction.

Note to media hacks: Seamus and Tax Returns are over as "stories". You'll need new distractions to advance Obama's agenda now.

— Jack's Tweet Show (@jackmcoldcuts) August 16, 2012

Just pointing out, while lecturing on the importance of having policy debates, Carney has defended Seamus the dog jokes and made a Palin jab

— JaredHalpern (@JaredHalpern) August 16, 2012

Wee-ooo! Wee-ooo! Cue the liberal waaaaaaaahmbulance!

Lefty talk show host Bill Press thinks it’s time to focus on the important issues:

Oh great, now media's upset about Obama's Seamus joke. Jesus! Lighten up! Stop carrying water for Mitt Romney.

— Bill Press (@bpshow) August 16, 2012

After all, when Press cracks jokes about Ann Romney and her horse Rafalca, it’s only for serious journalistic purposes.

Media Matters “research fellow” and articulate Twitchy-basher Oliver Willis mounted his best defense of Jay Carney, and, like Press, highlighted the mainstream media’s notorious obsession with finding faults in Obama. Yes, he’s serious.

abc calls out wahmbulance for obama talking to ent tonight. because the wh press corps wants to ask the dumb Qs http://t.co/TTXAizlE

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) August 16, 2012

President Obama hasn’t formally taken questions from the White House press corps in more than two months, while on the campaign trail in Iowa yesterday he made time for reporters from People Magazine and Entertainment Tonight.

His last news conference was at the G20 in June, when he answered six questions from three reporters on the European debt crisis, the conflict in Syria, and the notion of politics stopping at the water’s edge.

The White House press corps has not formally been given the opportunity to ask questions of the president on U.S. soil since his appearance in the Briefing Room on June 8 (when he said “the private sector is doing fine.“)

Actually, Oliver, it seems to us that the president is reaching a point where he’s even afraid to be confronted by sycophantic “real journalists.”

in press briefing, jake tapper asking about obama's dog on roof joke, because entertainment tonight might not ask serious questions.

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) August 16, 2012

he could have asked about obama's attack on romney and his energy policy, but you know, entertainment tonight.

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) August 16, 2012

obama spends 10 seconds on a joke, media says its his fault they don't focus on the other 20 minutes of his speech. amazeballs.

— Oliver Willis (@owillis) August 16, 2012

@owillis Well, perhaps the President shouldn't be wasting time with lame Seamus jokes. But somehow it is @jaketapper's fault.

— Jay Caruso (@JayCaruso) August 16, 2012

That Jake Tapper … he’s just such a big bully!

@jodikantor Your concern trolling over the Seamus aside the President gave is ridiculous and the false equivalency is abhorrent!

— Pnthrgrlgail (@Mama4Obama1) August 16, 2012

Jake Tapper used his opportunity to ask WH a question and wasted it on Seamus and whining.

— Pnthrgrlgail (@Mama4Obama1) August 16, 2012

Sorry, Obamaphiles. Stomp your feet all you want, but you don’t get to whine about this and expect to be taken seriously.

RT @bethanyshondark: Wow, Carney is claiming the Romney campaign are distracting from the real issues. | Seamus, tax returns, dressage.

— jimgeraghty (@jimgeraghty) August 16, 2012

Note when GOP on the offensive on POLICY (Medicare), Obama & Biden try to scramble back to insignif issues–Seamus, Etch-A-Sketch.

— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) August 16, 2012

Check. Mate.



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