September 27, 2011
Not since the advent of Unnecessary Censorship have I seen such an awesome video concept. For a taste of what it must be like for the deaf to watch Rick Perry speak, check out the video above. I look forward to many more future episodes of Bad Lip Reading.
And my sister talks to bigfoot, who’s her neighbor:
I will force spiders and badgers on the enemy!
Give that woodchuck a tuna melt:
May 10, 2009
This is only tax comedy in the sense that it is presented as such. I found the below video via Left Coast Rebel, and thought I’d pass it on.
Taxation has become pervasive. When you earn a dollar, it is taxed, when you spend it, it is taxed again. At the same time as you are being taxed for spending it, someone else is being taxed for earning it. These taxes are increasing, and not just by total value, but by percentage, which is unaffected by inflation and thus unjustifiable in a digital age which should be lowering the cost of governing.
When you think of the nature of income and sales taxes, it becomes clear that the government makes a lot of money, not on the saving and responsible use of money, but on its momentum. The next time you hear someone in power speaking of the need to get consumers consuming again, think of what their true motive might be.
March 11, 2009
I love a good conspiracy theory, and I have a few myself regarding red lights and government corruption. This guy, however, needs to check his tinfoil hat for lead content. I give him extra credit for delivery and follow through. His web design made me smile, and he even has T-Shirts!
March 8, 2009
We are witnessing a bipartisan media convergence. The recent phenomenon of prominent Republicans criticising Rush, only to issue a groveling apology the following day, finally reached its peak with Michael Steele, the supposed head of the Republican party. My favorite headline of the week came from Wonkette: Rush Limbaugh Has Balls Of Steele. Rush has a sizable set of followers in the Republican party, and is unlikely to try and squash the rumors that he is the real voice of the GOP. The left sees his high negatives and is ready to help the Republicans rally around a leader with a low ceiling. It is Hillary all over again. In the above video Ron Paul shows that you don’t have to be in the center to appeal to the center. You just have to have some real honest solutions. In order to do that these days, you can’t tow the party line, of any party.
Saturday Night Live has also weighed in on the issue, which means it has truly reached mainstream proportions. (via the Intellectual Redneck)
January 25, 2009
Have you ever wondered what the young angry rednecks of the country would have to say about the state of the nation if they quit watching FOX and Rush long enough to educate themselves? Now we know. You tube likes to ban this guy (warning, easily offended need not watch), but I’ll try to keep something up here. The man clearly wants to be heard.