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November 29, 2009

State Dinner or Super Sweet Sixteen Party?

Posted by Gregory of Yardale at November 29, 2009 10:00 AM

Mainstream Media fluffers try to prove who has the biggest schoolgirl crush on Chairman Zero, gushing about his state dinner using language not often seen outside of Twilight fan-fic forums.

NPR Fluffer Andrea Seabrook:

While by now Americans are used to saying President Obama, the rest of the world is still impressed by his election to the nation's highest office... (Yes, Andy, but unlike you, the rest of the world doesn't moan "President Obama" while playing with a shower massage) ... The whole room had a kind of "Midsummer Night's Dream" feeling

Perky CBS Anchordingbat Katie Couric:

Mrs. O looked amazing! Seemed 2 ft taller than wife of India PM. Jennifer Hudson was spectacular…she sang somewhere – wish I could sing like her, she’s sick!

Ah, the pathetic dignity of fifty-year old women using teenage slang.

NBC Anchorwoman Brian Williams:

At one point last night – at several points, actually – I turned to my wife and asked squealed, "OMG! Can you believe where we are?" I suppose there are people who are blasé about State Dinners, but we are not among them. I was honored to attend. It was a warm and glittery evening in a beautiful place...with better-than-average people! It was a thrill to see everyone – the boldface names, obviously...

Can we trust any of these fluffers to report honestly about the Obamas? Can we?

Heaven Help Obama if he breaks his legs in a car wreck and any of these people try to nurse him back to health in a remote mountain cabin.

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Not even Annie Wilkes was this obsessed

Comments

For some, certainly, the "rock star" image hasn't worn off...and probably never will. Interesting to note the people who were on hand for their paybacks....like Couric, Williams, etc.

And, despite the fact that Mrs. "O" was wearing a beautiful gown, she looked like Hell half naked, compared to everyone else with covered shoulders. And she IS two feet taller than the First Lady of India!

The fashion world, however, simply melted with praise - and I think they would if she was wearing a bran sack. I'm no fashion expert, but that outfit looked perfect for an inaugural ball...but pretty "slinky" for a state dinner.

Tooooo much boobage for the occasion, IMHO.

But that's what rock stars do...and the Obamas are certainly that.

Posted by: Dell at November 29, 2009 10:48 AM


I can just imagine seeing fluffer heads explode if they ever took their lips off long enough to discover the scorn and ridicule some of us heap onto those retards.

Posted by: Mr Evilwrench at November 29, 2009 11:12 AM


"...with better-than-average people! It was a thrill to see everyone – the boldface names, obviously..."

Brian do you mean these kinds of better-than-average people? :

"It is this world, a world where cruise ships throw away more food in a day than most residents of Port-au-Prince see in a year, where white folks' greed runs a world in need, apartheid in one hemisphere, apathy in another hemisphere ...That's the world! On which hope sits!"

I think on that last word from Obama he left off the 'h'.

Posted by: IOpian at November 29, 2009 11:54 AM


Free showers at the BATES MOTEL

Posted by: SPURWING PLOVER at November 29, 2009 12:11 PM


I hope Jennifer Hudson gets well soon.

Posted by: forest at November 29, 2009 12:54 PM


Agreed, Dell, the "dress" was fine for a high school prom, or inaugural tongue bath, but highly inappropriate for a state dinner. And it looked like a set of K-Mart curtains. But her hair was to die for, looked like she rode around town in the sun roof of the limo to dry it.

Posted by: UpNorth at November 29, 2009 1:18 PM


"Can we trust any of these fluffers to report honestly about the Obamas? Can we?"
No, we can't.

I heard the White House was providing all the MSM people a free complimentary "Jizzem Juice Wiping" of their drawers before they left to go home.
Just the ole "Chris Matthews Orgasmic Effect."

Posted by: Eneils Bailey at November 29, 2009 1:31 PM


I've always gotten the strong impression that White "Liberals" actually worship Black Leftists (mainly due to their sniveling fear of them). Stuff like this, as well as drooling statements from the Obama base, proves that it was no mere impression.

Posted by: Toa at November 29, 2009 1:43 PM


Let's start with your statement "I'm no fashion expert" and just leave it there, shall we? Its the most true part of your waste of time blurb.

Since when is liking a gown proof of anything as extreme as "worship[ing] Black Leftists"?

This is definitely some hard hitting stuff guys. Talking about gowns and hair and worrying that someone else liked it. Veeeery important.

Posted by: Anonymous at November 29, 2009 2:34 PM


"Camelot" - a fictional place in old English history followed by a fictional time in American presidential administrations.

These idiots weren't old enough to be part of JFK's fictional Camelot days that never really existed except in the rewrites of history by those with no lives of their own.

So... not to be left out, Katie the Commie and all the others with room temperature IQ's have invented a 'new' Camelot. This too is fictional and only exists in their minds. Obviously due to the small size of their minds many things had to go to make room. Things like... hmmm, facts and things. You know.

Posted by: chuck in st paul at November 29, 2009 2:40 PM


"Things like... hmmm, facts and things. You know."

What important "facts" about a social event would you like to hear? These are all opinion pieces that have been quoted, and weren't posing as hard news in the first place.

Posted by: Anonymous at November 29, 2009 3:02 PM


"Ah, the pathetic dignity of fifty-year old women using teenage slang."

Katie "cupcake" Couric and all liberals have the mentality of teenagers.
For ex, their trite sense of "humor": all condescension and snickering....just like a teenage girl.

And exactly as with teenagers, its not so much the crudeness, stupidity or ignorance that is so annoying....
rather, it's the liberal's indelible confidence that causes the palm to rise to face.

Posted by: Fiberal at November 29, 2009 3:19 PM


You're right, its so much more juvenile to express appreciation for something than to tear it down or refer to an "inaugural tongue bath"

You're got this maturity bit down cold fiberal.

Posted by: Anonymous at November 29, 2009 3:35 PM


Same to you but more of it.

Posted by: Fiberal at November 29, 2009 4:58 PM


"Anonymous at November 29, 2009 3:35 PM"

Celebrity worship and desperation to "protect" your idol is a terrible combination.

Obama was a nobody and a nothing who gained his position by his skin color. That is to say, TOKENISM.

Posted by: KHarn at November 29, 2009 5:07 PM


Yeah anon, these are opinions. You'll have to wait for the take over before you can ban people from expressing their opinions. And just what exactly were we supposed to express "appreciation" for? That the SRM can close their eyes to this gross display of excess? Wait, they didn't close their eyes to it, they helped perpetuate it.

Posted by: UpNorth at November 29, 2009 5:08 PM


One last thing: all you need to know about liberal maturity is that they elected BO and almost elected Al Gore as president.

We have a nation of recalcitrant teenagers.

Posted by: Fiberal at November 29, 2009 6:54 PM


Up North: ...a section of K-Mart curtains.... that's what's missing, a curtain rod...HAR! reminds me of the Carol Burnett show send up of Gone With the Wind, when she, playing Scarlett O'Hara, is wearing a window drapery complete with drapery rod spanning across her shoulders, decends the staircase and Rhett Butler (Harvey Corman) compliments her and she says "why thank you, I saw it in the window and just couldn't resist."

Posted by: Graycat at November 29, 2009 7:07 PM


Boy, that Anonymous is brilliant- he snivels about making fun of Michelle Obama's clothes, when the obvious point of the article was making fun of the "Tiger Beat/silly chick" mentality of the various cult members' commentaries.
One sharp cookie, that Anon...!

Posted by: Toa at November 29, 2009 7:16 PM


За неимением лучшево, будем пользоваться этим.

Posted by: Шокер at November 29, 2009 11:21 PM


можно зделать маленький сборник.

Posted by: Солнце at November 30, 2009 1:28 PM


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