Author: Eclectablog

McCain COMPLETELY Loses It. Seriously.

I’m stunned. Really. Stunned. How fucking stupid is this guy? McCain was scheduled to deliver his acceptance speech Thursday but now may do so from the devastation zone if the storm hits the U.S. coast with the ferocity feared by forecasters. He’s going to hang out in New Orleans all week as it gets slammed by a Category 5 hurricane […]

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You Have GOT to Be Kidding Me, Part XXVI

Guess who didn’t have a passport until last year. Ayup. Vice Presidential Nominee, Sarah Palin. Ms. Palin appears to have traveled very little outside the United States. In July 2007, she had to get a passport before she visited members of the Alaska National Guard stationed in Kuwait, according to her deputy communications director, Sharon Leighow. She also visited wounded […]

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Be Careful What You Ask For

Be Careful What You Ask For

Focus on the Family douchebag and digital media director for Focus on the Family’s “Focus Action”, Stuart Shepard, sent out a YouTube plea that people pray for rain on the night of Senator Obama’s acceptance speech. In fact, not just rain but “Abundant rain. Torrential rain. Urban and small stream flood advisory rain.” Unfortunately for them, God heard their prayers […]

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Dude, Are You Checking Out Her ASS???!

Jesus, McCain, get a grip, dude. Watch him while Palin speaks. He even gets “busted” a couple of times. Here’s the far less appropriate version with the thoughts running through McCain’s head over-dubbed. I’m warning you, it’s pretty inappropriate: I’m just sayin’…

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Who Said THAT??? – Torture Edition

This bit of awesome prose was recently put out on the internets. See if you can figure out from whence it came. We will not ship away prisoners in the dead of night to be tortured in far off countries, or detain without trial or charge prisoners who can and should be brought to justice for their crimes, or maintain […]

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Obama’s “Change” Has Already Begun

I never really thought about it like this: Heh, heh. I’m just gigglin’…

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Who Said THAT???! – Where’s the Love Edition

This edition of Who Said THAT???! brings us a quote from regarding the choice of Sarah Palin as John McCain’s vice presidential running mate. HINT: It comes from someone from her very own state. “She’s not prepared to be governor. How can she be prepared to be vice president or president?…Look at what she’s done to this state. What would […]

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Putting. Country. Last

Andrew Sullivan sums it perfectly: Think about what the Palin pick really says about how McCain views this campaign and how he views his potential responsibilities in national security. Think about what it says about the sincerity of McCain’s own central criticism of Obama these past two months in foreign affairs. Think about how he picked a woman to be […]

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McCain Gives Obama a Birthday Present

Yesterday, John McCain turned 72 (ulp) years old. Instead of RECEIVING gifts, he gave one. To Barack Obama. He gave Barack Sarah Palin. Who is Sarah Palin? She’s the former mayor of a 9,000 person city in Alaska and a two-year governor. Here’s her take on the vice presidency earlier this year: Oops. Well, hopefully somebody has filled her in […]

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Good News for the Democrats

Obama’s speech last night was watched by 38 MILLION people. That’s huge. Very, very huge actually. Only 28 million people watched the closing ceremony of the Olympics this year, the biggest night of the entire Games. This is good for the Dems because it gave them a chance to show the country that their candidate is tough, smart, and down-to-earth. […]

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Breasts! Lots and Lots of Breasts!!!

Breasts! Lots and Lots of Breasts!!!

The folks over at Wonderbra know what people like and what people like is boobs. Breasts. The more the better. So they’ve put together a mosaic of 8,000 women in their bras to advertise their product line of D to G Cup Wonderbras. Click the picture below to go to their website where you can zoom in on any or […]

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