Joseph Farah is still obsessed with sending mass quantities of paper to our representatives. He states that the campaign has influenced many of the Republicans into taking an obstructionist stance on the budget. Farah is supposedly fighting the misuse and ineffective use of funds, yet takes every chance he can get to encourage the Neanderthals that follow him to do the EXACT same thing.
There are a great many things going on in the world lately and the majority of those things are stupid actions taken by idiotic people. Obama has committed to military action in Libya, yet another country to feel our squirrelly wrath, without formally asking Congress. Terry Jones burns a book and immature twits across the world use it as an excuse to murder U.N. workers in cold blood. Yes, Chrome has spoken; the Muslims (from a “peaceful” village) that killed the U.N. workers are comparable to a pile of steaming puke that even a dog wouldn’t eat. Finally, the U.S. Congress has demonstrated its inability to use intelligent thought once again. The media and outspoken citizens have expressed a range of sentiments regarding a government shutdown.
Thomas Sowell, senior fellow at Hoover Institute in Stanford, California, is an American economist with libertarian leanings. His economics books are used and read in conservative colleges across the country (Oral Roberts University comes to mind) and is generally respected as an informed, logical thinker and debater.
Guess who wants more of your hard earned money for another pointless and ineffectual campaign!?! Joseph Mustached Farah. The “No More Red Ink” campaign is supposedly a noble effort to influence House Republicans to vote against raising the debt limit. For the low, low price of $29.99 you can send 241 letters with, get this, red ink print to all of the House Republicans.
Many blog posts have been written to combat the inane accusations Mike Huckabee has made recently regarding Barack Obama’s personal history and worldview. The accusations include the tired claim that Obama grew up in Kenya and the idea that moving a bust of Winston Churchill from the Oval Office indicates a lingering family resentment toward the British. Of course, committing to these claims requires one to stop using the part of the brain that handles intelligent thought. One of the best articles debunking the stupidity streaming from Huckabee comes from Justin Elliott on salon.com.
Fox News is a mixed bag of nuts. A mixed bag that has all the great tasting nuts picked out, leaving the broken remains of unidentifiable nuts too monstrous to digest properly. Glenn Beck and Bill O’Reilly are the two nuts that garner the most attention for sheer insanity and for having the juevos to interrupt the President 48 times in one interview, respectively.
On April 9, 2010 WND posted an article titled "Irony report: Was CNN 'tea-bagged'?" The article discusses the decline of CNN that the writer, Drew Zahn, attributes to the rise of the "tea party" movement. Fox News receives the literary equivalent of a blowjob throughout the course of the article. Apparently, the king bloviater (O'Reilly) has a larger viewership during reruns than the far more logical and professional Larry King. Also, the makers of the movie "Idiocracy" have released a press release stating, "We warned you!"
Molotov Mitchell announced today that all his railings against homosexuals and advocating for the right of the majority to oppress and persecute any minority were a direct result of his feelings toward his pool boy. He stated, "Anyone who has seen my wife knows that she is really ugly, so ugly that I can't even look at her when we get intimate. The pool boy...now that is a fine specimen of humanity."
Fox News announced today that it will launch a new business venture. The Fox News Restaurant will open in Austin, TX which Fox execs hope will spread like fire across the country. I, the Father of Lies, was able to obtain a sample of the proposed menu for the new eatery. Enjoy!
WorldNetDaily recently launched a new campaign to express its lack of faith in Congress. The "Send the Constitution" campaign is determined to remind Congress of their responsibilities and limits as stated in the U.S. Constitution. President Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid are the focus of the latest WND led assault, with the option to purchase extra copies of the Constitution to send to your state's representatives. The product is priced at $9.99, with the extra copies available for $1 each. According to Joseph Farah (WND founder, also proud owner of a moustache that gained sentience two years ago), "It's not just a protest. It's a long-overdue necessity in civics education."
Today is a sad day for the PS3 community. An error of epic proportions has disabled many PS3s across the United States, allowing Sony fans the chance to appreciate the plight of the average owner of the XBox 360. The 8001050F error is received when accessing the Playstation Network (PSN) or attempting to play a game on older model PS3s. Sadly, even Playstation Trophies are not immune to the error, with many gamers suffering from virtual erectile dysfunction as their unsynced trophies disappear. Sony is promising a fix within the next few days and is asking for patience while their engineers work. Sony execs are also asking that forum posters stop comparing the PS3 error to the ongoing Toyota recall.
Today, February 28th 2010, flying monkeys stole the world's supply of common sense. The monkeys seemed to use coordinated air strikes to distract the forces surrounding the stash of sense, and sent in what are being described as "ninja" monkeys to make the grab.
At great risk to life and limb, I, Paladin Joe, bring you a breaking news story that will rock your world... Chuck Norris is bat-shit insane. Yes, you read that correctly, Chuck Norris = bat-shit insane. The man with the hidden fist (in his beard) and the world shattering roundhouse is indeed absolutely nuts.
What is the evidence for this statement of absolutely satirical fact?
Today the Drudge Report announced through smoke signals, flares, and telegraph that its website, a conservative hub, would undergo a massive redesign to bring greater accessibility to its readers. The site feels that its current format might confuse the average intelligent reader because of its haphazard way of organizing links, pictures, and advertisements.
The first article to grace the Chrome Plated Revolver website is about WND.com and two of their contributors, Molotov Mitchell and Dj Dolce. Molotov and Dj create videos, often attempting humor, to address the current issues of the week. Mitchell is by far the more humorous of the two and at times channels the insanity factor of Fox News pundit Glenn Beck. (To be fair to Beck, Molotov Mitchell demonstrates a level of insanity that Beck can only dream of obtaining.) Dj Dolce is a boring ideologue that fails to bring any level of humor to the discourse while maintaining the appropriate insanity quotient.
Molotov Mitchell posts a new video to the WND.com (Warning: WND might cause your head to explode when experiencing any of its "journalism.") every Wednesday. On December 23, 2009, he posted a video defending Uganda's push to pass a law that would mandate capital punishment for homosexuals. After some Internet searching, Chrome Plated Revolver was able to find a re-spost of his video on Youtube.