Is This A Fucking Presidential Election Debate?


MSNBC is touting tonights debate: “Obama. Clinton. His words. Her voice. Who can make their case before the voters have spoken?” (With dramatic music.)

These goddamn pissant media shitheels piss me off. Can’t they even treat a motherfucking presidential primary election debate like the serious thing it is, being, you know, maybe kind of important for the future of the, you know, fucking nation!? It’s not American Idol.

UPDATE DURING DEBATE: What the fuck is up with fathead douchewheel Russert giving Clinton the third degree like he is some kind of prosecutor!? Punkinhead makes me wanna projective vomit on my own shoes.

UPDATE 2: Clinton whupped Obama’s ass on the “Green Collar” job creation gizmo. (Not that any of that crap has much chance of saving our imploding festering shitpile economy.)

UPDATE 3: Now insufferable slimy smegmatic weasel Punkinfuckface is talking over and interrupting Clinton.

UPDATE 4: I can’t watch this fucking nonsensical garbaggio any longer.

UPDATE 5: I lied. Scumsucking putrid Punkinstinkpuss has now been trying to force both Obama and Clinton into “promising” to do various shit on some kind of specific time frame. He is just beyond the pale. Fucking piece of shit.

MORNING AFTER UPDATE: Here is the first thing that popped into my head when I awoke this morning: Punkinshitbagface is a complete and utter disgrace. He is the apotheosis of the soul- and nation-destroying depths to which our national press has sunk. He should rot in the deepest hottest filthiest circle of hell reserved for those who fancy themselves journalists, but who gleefully trample on every last tenet of journalistic ethics in their feverish pursuit of personal aggrandizement.

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  1. says

    I didnt watch it. I can’t watch these things (actually almost any political discourse on TV) anymore precisely because of the reasons you put down. I’m liable to have a cardiovascular ‘event’ or have my head asplode. Plus, I’ve noticed that the kids tend to avoid me actively when politics stuff appears on TV so I gotta put an end to that crap.
    I try to read transcripts or good reports—one loses a lot in not seeing the tone of delivery, but on the other hand one remains alive and fairly cogent and that counts for a lot in my book. Russert used to have some good moments a long time ago, but he’s rolled up his sleeves and taken to major league verbal diarrhea far a while now.

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