Morgan Freeman, one of Hollywood's finest empty vessels, has let fly with both empty barrels at the Tea Party movement. No big shock to discover that Freeman is just another Hollywood tool regurgitating poisonous lines fed to him by his leftist buddies. One would hope that he would accept the challenge from Herman Cain to attend a Tea Party rally to see for himself. He'd find the Tea Party to be a liberty driven movement where all are welcome, not the evil KKK lynch mob he says he envisions. Something tells me not to hold my breath waiting. Freeman's ability to play likable and wise characters prove him to be a truly great actor. –Dale
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Thursday, September 29, 2011
Thursday, September 22, 2011
It's that time again, when a cloud of mass-murderers descend on New York City, clustering in the U.N. General Assembly to condemn Israel and lobby for the carveout of a Palestinian state. Chief among them is Columbia University rock star, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who comes bearing the gift of released hostages. Looking to raise his "toast of the town" status, the soft and extremely fuzzy dictator may wish to adopt the language of another "lovable" authoritarian. "If you love me..." but what teenage girl hasn't heard that one before? If you really love him, pass the razor. –Dale
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Thursday, September 15, 2011
Dear Leader has donned his safety goggles and rolled up his sleeves to pay his respects to yet another cutting edge company. Using the unknown element, Deceivium as its source of cheap renewable energy, the Amerikan Schemepunk Corporation is so forward thinking that they claim to be able to alter history to conform with the dreams of 19th century American Progressives. To Barry's way of thinking, it's well worth investing a couple of billion to get them off the ground. –Dale
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Executive fiat. No, we're not buying an Italian car company yet, but executive orders are flying fast and furious. You see, the law is Barry's biggest impediment to "getting things done." Whether it's overturning DOMA, installing Cap and Trade through new EPA regulations or moving Don't Ask, Don't Tell to the INS, Barry and his crew are "getting things done." Things like one-party rule. –Dale