Saturday, January 20, 2007

It's that time again...

The Beast of Buffalo has released the names of the 50 most loathsome people of 2006. Not for the faint of heart, I promise you:

42. Joe Lieberman

Charges: For a brief, shining moment in ‘06, it looked like the nation might finally be rid of this sniveling sitzpinkler, but Joe Lieberman just keeps coming back, like herpes. Now Lieberman is an unknown quantity and subsequently the most powerful vote in the Senate. Routinely scolds Democrats for "undermining" the president, whose balls have resided in Lieberman’s mouth since 9/11.
Exhibit A: "Our troops believe they can win, and that’s important."

Sentence: Malfunctioning Connecticut-manufactured artillery shells coat Lieberman with white phosphorus at next Iraq photo op.

Yeesh. Harsh. Or how about this gem about failed Senate Candidate and all-out racist George Allen:

32. George Allen

Charges: We don’t know what was worse; the recently unearthed details of this Cro-Magnon halfwit’s lifetime of bigotry or his transparent "some of my best friends are macacas" denials. But worse than either is the sad fact that, after being exposed as a Dixie dunce who said "nigger" like it was going out of style (which it was), hung confederate flags on the walls of his home and a noose in his office, and stuffed a severed deer’s head in the mailbox of an arbitrarily selected black family, George Allen still came within a hair’s breadth of reelection. Maybe he should campaign in a white hood next time—you know, to rally the base. Insisted he’d never heard the obscure racial epithet "macaca" before, despite the fact that his mother just happens to hail from the only place in the world where it was ever commonplace.

Exhibit A: Seriously, how stupid do you have to be to call a dark-skinned kid who works for your political opponent "monkey" while he’s pointing a video camera at you?

Sentence: Point guard for the Washington Generals.

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