“Enough With the Dogs Already! (Unless We’re Talking About Mittens’ Dog, Of Course)”

The Enemy Media is getting dog-gone dog-weary now that their carefully honed narrative has blown up in their faces when it turned out that their Messiah not only abused dogs, he actually ate them (and nobody really knows if he’s stopped since he has no comment on the matter).

Still, it’d be horrid to let a perfectly idiotic narrative go to waste (particularly since they’re still working on the NEXT distraction from the issues that their Ear Leader can’t talk about such as the economy, massive unemployment, necessarily skyrocketing energy prices etc), so they’re bitterly clinging to it as best they can:

After a week of dog-eat-dog politicking between President Obama and Mitt Romney’s respective campaigns, Keith Olbermann said today that the “dog-gate” controversies have gotten out of hand.

Olberdouche? What was that? A Man on the Street™ interview? Because as far as we know he’s nothing but an unemployable slob throwing back Olde English 800 at the local hobo shelter. Still, if you’ve lost the Olberdouche… Oh wait…

“It raises the level of absurdity to something exponential,” Olbermann said on “This Week” about the Romney campaign criticizing Obama for consuming dog meat when he was 6 years old.

Ahhh… Yes, it’s only the bit about eating dog that’s ridiculous. Which, utterly coincidentally, happens to be what Der Fubar has admitted to. Strapping dogs to roofs, on the other hand, will still earn you a Worst Person in the World award.

If Olberdouche had a show to award it on, that is.

And, just to make sure that the readers know that it’s not really the dog stories as such that are silly, only ONE of them, George Staphylococcoulos saves another load of steaming shite for the end of the article:

As long as the dog story persists, ABC News contributor Donna Brazile said Romney should be worried. The presumptive GOP nominee has been thus far unable to shake free from the story of putting his dog Seamus in a kennel strapped to the roof of his car during a 12-hour drive from Boston to Ontario, Canada for a family vacation in 1983.

“This is a narrative, and for Mitt Romney, he has to be concerned about the Seamus scandal because it might fit into this narrative that perhaps he’s not like us,” Brazile said.

Who is this “us” that he’s not like? Indonesian Marxist muslims eating dogs? Oh, sorry. We’re pretty sure that was racist in some way.

Mittens riding to Canada with his dog on the roof 29 years ago? Big Issue™ that will alienate him from voters!

Der Fubar frolicking with muslims in the slums of Indonesia while munching down on Fido? Nothing to see here, move along.

Keep Fluking that Chicken, ProgNazis.



  1. 1
    LC Jackboot IC/A growls and barks:

    This is what we’ve come down to. The real question is why we’ve haven’t thoroughly taken control of the narrative now that Camp Ogabe is at a weak point?

    i.e. Seize the Initiative you morons !!!

  2. 2
    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Thanks to Obama, this country has gone to the dogs. Now we know why. he’s hungry. :em05:

  3. 3
    dasbow growls and barks:

    Jeez, if Mittens had only access to a government 737 he could have used to send Seamus to Canada ahead of everyone else, this would never have happened.

  4. 4
    bruce growls and barks:

    there is nothing that dogs love more than head out the window of a moving car and they don’t want you to drive 25 mph they want you to drive at 100mph.they love this more than being eaten by stinking muzzies.

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    bruce growls and barks:

    the muzzie Indonesians took all the money we gave them after the tsunami and bought russian fighter planes instead of helping their own people.i hope they all eat shit and die and bongo should do the same.

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    ICD growls and barks:

    I seem to recall this very blog posting something lambasting Romney for the family vacation incident before Romney was the nominee.

    That being said, I fail to recall when dogs were enfranchised. I frankly don’t care if a candidate ever ate dog, and suspect I would do it myself if offered. Nor do I care if one was put on a roof for 12 hours, 24 hours, whatever. Perhaps I might give a damn if one of them drowned a bag of puppies, but more for what it says about the candidate, rather than because of pity for the puppies. The fact that either of these stories ever came to press irks me to no end.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    I recall hearing a story about Glenn Reynolds putting puppies in blenders. I’ve just found out Obama called him looking for the recipe for Puppy Smoothies. :em05:

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    Delftsman3 growls and barks:

    I find either of these stories a non-starter. Having said that, the humor engendered by the Obambi eating dog meme IS just plain funny .IMHO

    Full disclosure: I HAVE eaten dog (in some past travels sponsored by Uncle Sam’s military travel agency)…I found it quite tasty (and definitely NOT tough at all, as the pResident claimed). Would I eat it again ? Yes, if the situation called for it, but I wouldn’t go to a local animal shelter to look for a meal.

    I’ve also eaten :duck, quail,rabbit,squirrel,raccoon,hedgehog (i don’t recommend it). rattlesnake,boa (talk about tough!!), alligator,monkey, and just about every type of sashimi there is (my favorite is a toss-up between eel or squid), bear,goat, grubs (deep fried – tasted like shrimp puffs), grasshoppers (roasted) ,and of course, all the “usual” meats/seafood found in every supermarket across America. You might say that I’m an all inclusive carnivore. :em05:

    Do I find it cruel that Mitt strapped the family dog on the top of the car?

    NO. I’m sure he stopped at regular intervals to check on the dog and allow it some “sniff and piss” time. I think the dog probably slept most of the trip.

    Now I wish Mitt would start hammering Obambi on his dismal record in EVERY area he’s failed in, which is everything he’s done or hasn’t done in the last three and a half years. Time to pull off the velvet gloves and start using the iron fist.

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    The_Basseteer growls and barks:

    Two adults and five kids in a station wagon on a trip from Boston to Ontario?? For Seamus it must have been the ultimate head-out-the-window-wind-in-the-face experience.