Posts Tagged ‘Bolitics’

Hoe Sit Down

October 10, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

We hope this sommabitch meets with someone his age while in jail. He called election officials using racial slurs:

Angered by a delay in the receipt of his voter registration card, a Louisiana man today threatened election officials, claiming that he urgently needed to cast a ballot to “keep the ni**er out of office,” according to police. Wade Williams, 75, was arrested this morning on a felony terrorizing charge after allegedly calling the Registrar of Voters and warning that he would come to the state office and empty his shotgun unless he got his registration card. Using profanity and racial slurs, Williams told a state official “about needing to vote to ‘keep the ni**er out of office,” according to an Ouachita Parish Sheriff’s Office affidavit.  After being arrested at his Monroe home, Williams was booked into the Ouachita Correctional Center. En route to the jail, he “continued his ‘tirade’ about ni**ers and also stated that he had a shotgun, but had it hidden at his residence,” reported Lt. Michael Judd.

He is probably already out, but his dixie whistling ass can’t stop the inevitable. His fugly scowl is comedy.

YES WE CAN!!!

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Terminator Terminates Donde West Bill

October 10, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff

Ex steroid user, and current bitch, Arnold “Terminator” Schwarzenegger, denied the Donde West bill:

SACRAMENTO — A measure intended to prevent cosmetic surgery-related deaths fell victim to a rash of vetoes Sunday by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger. The bill was written after the death last November of Donda West, mother of rapper Kanye West. The 58-year-old woman died one day after breast reduction and liposuction surgery, and an autopsy found health problems, including high blood pressure and cardiac artery blockage. In vetoing the measure, Schwarzenegger said this summer’s historic, 85-day delay in passage of a state budget left him with time to enact only the highest-priority legislation for California. “This bill does not meet that standard, and I cannot sign it at this time,” states the veto message, which he applied to dozens of others Sunday.

The Terminators priorities do not rely with the tax payers, and this bill is a sketchy one. He already had Cali sucking through a straw with its own budget crisis a while back. He is of the same ilk of the Bush administration.

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Obama Whoops That Ass Again

October 8, 2008

Posted by Bossip Staff


The albino bonobo, McCain, got his ass beat up again in the debate last night:

Brokaw: Sen. Obama, as we begin, very quickly, our discussion period, President Bush, you’ll remember, last summer, said that “Wall Street got drunk.”

A lot of people now look back and think the federal government got drunk and, in fact, the American consumers got drunk.

How would you, as president, try to break those bad habits of too much debt and too much easy credit, specifically, across the board, for this country, not just at the federal level, but as a model for the rest of the country, as well?

Obama: Well, I think it starts with Washington. We’ve got to show that we’ve got good habits, because if we’re running up trillion dollar debts that we’re passing on to the next generation, then a lot of people are going to think, “Well, you know what? There’s easy money out there.”

It means — and I have to, again, repeat this. It means looking (ph) at the spending side, but also at the revenue side. I mean, Sen. McCain has been talking tough about earmarks, and that’s good, but earmarks account for about $18 billion of our budget.

Now, when Sen. McCain is proposing tax cuts that would give the average Fortune 500 CEO an additional $700,000 in tax cuts, that’s not sharing a burden.

And so part of the problem, I think, for a lot of people who are listening here tonight is they don’t feel as if they are sharing the burden with other folks.

I mean, you know, it’s tough to ask a teacher who’s making $30,000 or $35,000 a year to tighten her belt when people who are making much more than her are living pretty high on the hog.

And that’s why I think it’s important for the president to set a tone that says all of us are going to contribute, all of us are going to make sacrifices, and it means that, yes, we may have to cut some spending, although I disagree with Sen. McCain about an across-the- board freeze.

That’s an example of an unfair burden sharing. That’s using a hatchet to cut the federal budget.

I want to use a scalpel so that people who need help are getting help and those of us, like myself and Sen. McCain, who don’t need help, aren’t getting it.

That’s how we make sure that everybody is willing to make a few sacrifices.

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