Friday, June 19, 2015

Shit-kicking Idiot Does Not Know What "Accident" Means


Rick Perry Says Obama Administration Always Overreacts To ‘Accidents’ Like Charleston Shooting
Also, although we are now six and a half years into the term of the this Administration and the Kenyan Konfiscator has yet to pass a single piece of meaningful gun control legislation or seize a single firearm from a lawful gun owner, Governor Batshit still firmly believes that they're a'comin' fer yer guuuunz!
“This is the M.O. of this administration, any time there is an accident like this — the president is clear, he doesn’t like for Americans to have guns and so he uses every opportunity, this being another one, to basically go parrot that message,” Perry said in response to President Barack Obama’s Thursday remarks, according to a video posted by RWW blog.
Hard to believe that Molly Ivins came from the same state that now routinely elects the stupid humans in the Western Hemisphere...





11 comments:

dinthebeast said...

Hell, his hair isn't even as good as when Molly wrote about him...

-Doug in Oakland

stickler said...

Accident? That cowardly little shit walked into that church wearing a ballistic vest and packing five extra magazines. This was no "accident".

marindenver said...

Love the graphic! How is this in any meaning of the word an "accident"? It was outright premeditated murder of black people for the perceived crime of being black. In other words - terrorism. Stupid is too mild of a word for Guv Goodhair. (Sorry Guv. The Smart Peeple glasses don't do a thing.)

Karen Crosby said...

Rick Perry is an ignorant yahoo with an over-sized ego and a while supremacist.

Don P said...

If I was a smart Republican (Insert joke HERE) at some point during a debate I might just drop this on Rick and the rest of the field: "Well, if you can't recognize terrorism when it occurs in one of our own churches, how the HELL are you qualified to defend us from it when it's half a world away?"

On a side note, Perry didn't even make it to the first shooting himself in the foot. The man defines the term Stupid Son of a Bitch

bluicebank said...

I am beside myself.

"I pray thee, oh God, to show me and my kin how shit works. How do we get that '60s and '70s thing going again, wherein we made shit happen? BTW oh Lord, thanks for that Occupy Wall Street. That pencil stick of a doobie was great, shared among a bunch of us while our heads got beat. Blessed be You.

"Can we, oh Lord the Merciful, get to the fucking heroin about right now? Because some of of us have been having a Basketball Jones on the matter since the Reagan years. Not that I'm complaining."


[Actually, I am complaining.]

Kathleen O'Neill said...

OT, but I heard on NBC this morning that Roof said he almost didn't go through with his killing because the people in the church were so nice to him. I think that's broken my heart more than anything.

portlandmaxtrains said...

Hey Driftglass, I started a new job about 3 months ago. I added this quote inspired by you to this image. I think I'll make it my new desktop at work.

http://i.imgur.com/8gKSN6O.jpg

Seth said...

These gun loving morons don't get it.

Seth said...

These gun loving morons don't get it.

Lawrence said...

The guy who taught the rifle & shotgun merit badge class at Camp Geronimo when I was about eleven, and who no doubt was a right wing gorgon himself, would have exploded "You stupid sonafabitch, WHY is your FINGER on the goddamn TRIGGER, if you are not ready TO FIRE THE WEAPON???!!!!" at the sight of this picture. Gun people used to care about safety and responsibility. I've lived in Arizona most of my life, and it's been an open carry state since forever. Even now, it's an uncommon sight, but before 2000 I only ever saw one person wearing a gun. It was a guy riding a Harley. He had long hair and a fu manchu mustache, jeans, and no shirt, and a large revolver strapped on. I mostly noticed him because he was giving another driver the finger while merging onto I-17. That was probably 1988. I went to a public outdoor range a couple of years ago and hadn't been there in years. The range officers there used to leave you alone because they could safely assume you knew what you were doing. Now they don't, because they evidently can't. I saw a dudebro in Fry's (Kroeger) talking on his smartphone and wearing a pistol a few weeks ago. The open carry activists I see featured on Crooks & Liars often look like dudebros. Gun culture and gun people are problematical, even as they were thirty years ago. Infusing them with libertarians and MRAs is a disaster. If you want to know, if society asks it of me I'll drop mine in a furnace.