Feb 26 2013

Not understanding the meaning of the word, “satire”.

I must admit, I am taking enormous pleasure at the conservative freak out over both Seth McFarland's hosting of the Oscars-and the appearance of Michelle Obama therein.

It is indeed laughable-because it shows what prudish jerks, a certain segment of American society is.

For starters-Family Guy is great. Its funny, edgy and a great satiric criticism of the trends in American society. Anyone who doesn't think so must be a conservative hack. Or a conservative whore-like Michelle Malkin. 

Or Jennifer Rubin.

 Rubin wrote a scathing review of the first lady’s appearance, complaining about nearly every word she said, and claiming she must have felt “entitled” to “intrude” on the big Hollywood night. In her eyes, an appearance like last night’s “makes both the president and the first lady seem small and grasping. In this case, it was just downright weird.”


There is a word for Jennifer Rubin. Its the same one the Onion used for Quvenzhané Wallis. ( if you can pronounce that name, you are a better man than I).

And the list of whiners goes on. 

The National Review put together their round-up of the various responses “mocking” the first lady. The Drudge Report called her a party crasher in his banner headline. The Breitbart team complained she hijacked the Oscars. Charles Johnson has a great round up of how truly demented most of the folks on the right wing side of the aisle are.

Hardly a group of "respectable" critics if you ask me. And clearly they have no sense of tradition whatsoever. ( But hey, what else did you expect from Andrew Breibart's useless children?)

Look, morons. If you had no idea Seth McFarland was going to be "edgy" then you are really stupid. You should probably go talk to your children who understand his work quite well. 

Now I will admit-what with the 9 hour time difference-I was not going to be able to stay awake for the Oscars. But I watched the re-runs this morning-and I thought Seth McFarland was funny.

And talented. Especially this bit:




Only a moron would think that was not cleverly done. And , by the way, correct. We did see their boobs ( Thanks be to God!)

So please, Ms. Malkin-since we already know what a whore you are-spare us the the criticisms of people who can pull off the role a lot better than you do!.

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4 Responses to “Not understanding the meaning of the word, “satire”.”

  1. Mauriceon 27 Feb 2013 at 12:01 am

    I like it that many of those in the media were "clutching their pearls" on some of his jokes.  I thought the Lincoln joke was hilarious!
    What I don't get with the First Lady's appearance, why all of the military aides in uniform?  I thought that was taboo to do something like that.  And since when is the military used as a backdrop to announce the Best picture?  That is what I have more concerns about.  Imagine if "W" and Laura would have done something like that.
    The realy bickering will not come from the RIght, but from the HIllary camp in a few years.  I am sure that Madame Hillary went off on someone for not having the insight to do that for her back in her days, and from the people I know who used to work in the White House at the time, they really had no love for the uniformed miltary there.  She or her surrogates will be the ones to bring it up even though Obama shouldnt be running again, but as a way to try to distance herself from his administration since none of her work as the Sec State did any good.

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  2. Skippy-sanon 27 Feb 2013 at 1:07 am

    The issue with the military people in the background is the composition of the people behind her-mostly women. Don't think that was not orchestrated by the military ( gotta show a g–h!). 

    I actually think it might have been a straight up attempt to remind the country that there are still people out there having to deal with the stupid wars.

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  3. Mauriceon 27 Feb 2013 at 2:17 am

    All I can say about it, is that if you give enough money, you can get the President or any other elected official to appear at any event you want.

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  4. Mauriceon 27 Feb 2013 at 2:44 am

    If they are there letting America know we are still at war, then why no acknowledgement of their sacrifice and why are the supposed sequester cuts going to hit the military hard?  I guess no one in the Pentagon can tell the Emperor that he has on no clothes.

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