Friday, October 02, 2009

I think I'm gonna barf.


The descent into Sarah Palin-flavoured panty-sniffing adulation is complete, as Adrian "Raphael Alexander" MacNair channels Maria "Dodo Can Spell" Nunes.

9 comments:

Southern Quebec said...

Wow! Did you hear "God Bless America" quietly playing in the background when you were reading that? I had a tear in my eye...just before I hurled...

CC said...

It's amusing that the most common defense of Sarah Palin these days is, "Well, she's *still* so popular! So there!"

Yes, she is. So is Glenn Beck, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Kate McMillan and a veritable raft of other horrible, vile racists and wretched human beings.

There will always be an audience for that level of ignorance and blazing stupid.

thebanana said...

Attention Wal Mart shoppers....

Kelseigh said...

Did you see the charming post he had earlier about the homosexual man suing Canadian Blood Services? One of his commenters has this lovely sentiment:

"If Mr. Freeman is so intent on seeing blood pour from his body then perhaps he should go behind his house and slit his wrists."

Without a single dissenting word from Adrian MacBigot. Good thing he turned registration on, to deal with those uncivil trolls from the left, eh?

CC said...

Like Sarah Palin, Adrian knows exactly the audience he's playing to.

deBeauxOs said...

When did "Alexander Raphael" become a 'Murrican citizen? That was just dripping with Stars'n'Stripes sentimentality.

But seriously, don't you wonder if he's jonesing for a job as speech writer for Palin? Did the NP can him?

Metro said...

Nah, the NP will never $#17can anyone who works for Cheetos and Dominos pizza.

At least, based on his writing and that of his NP contemporaries that's what I assume they're paying.

WV= "boofisma"
Adrian is just dripping with boofisma.

jj said...

I had to read that 3 times to make sure it wasn't some kind of low-level satire that I just wasn't getting.

The NP is running an article by BCF today. Well, good for him. I don't know what it says about the journalistic integrity of the NP, but that's kind of a moot point, I guess.

Ti-Guy said...

Christ, he just went on and on and on and on...