Chiropteran Underground

Wednesday, 14 2008f May, 2008

Obamarama/Obamaniac cycle

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , — chiroptera @ 6:41 pm

image courtesy of Lavender NewswireThe Lavender Newswire offers this handy Pocket Guide to the Obamaniac Behavior Cycle.  It would be funny if it weren’t true.

In other anti-Hillary news, John Edwards is now endorsing Obamarama.



Saturday, 12 2008f April, 2008

Bitterly clinging to guns and religion

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , — chiroptera @ 6:46 pm

Obamarama thinks that people in Ohio and Pennsylvania cling to guns and religion because they’re bitter because they lost their jobs.  Maybe they cling to their guns and religion because they go deer hunting and pray they get one!

Sunday, 2 2008f March, 2008

Jack Nicholson for HRC

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , — chiroptera @ 8:50 pm

SNL does Cleveland (presidential debate)

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , — chiroptera @ 8:05 pm

(I thought I had the video embedded here, and then it disappeared.  What up, WordPress?) 

Go here to see it:

Wednesday, 27 2008f February, 2008

Bitches get things done

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , — chiroptera @ 6:19 pm

Tina Fey tells it like it is on SNL!


And the loser is …

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , , — chiroptera @ 1:50 pm

Who would have thought that Tim Russert could be the loser of the Democratic presidential debate last night.  As a supporter of Clinton, even I have to say it seemed like a draw between Clinton and Obama.  But moderator Russert demonstrated what a loser he is.

 For those who didn’t see it, Russert was on the attack against Clinton and Obama.  Instead of trying to get solid answers on their policy differences, he tried to trip them up over petty points and questioned them with endless hypotheticals.  He treated Senator Clinton with a smug, disrespectful attitude and at times (the Farrakhan question, for example) was not much better in his treatment of Obama.

During the debate, when Russert asked the question about Russia, I thought it was directed at Senator Clinton, but after the debate Rusert claimed that he asked the question for either candidate and that Clinton spoke up first and took the question.  He mocked her for stating that she always gets the first question and then sneared that she actually likes to answer questions.  Russert reminded me of a power rapist gloating over his perceived truth that the victim really likes the mistreatment.

 Tim Russert, shame on you!

Monday, 25 2008f February, 2008

Mad Kane on Obama’s sexism

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , — chiroptera @ 3:16 pm

Mad Kane posted about subtly sexist comments in the Obama campaign.  She quotes Gary Goshgarian about the catch-22 of women’s reactions to subtle sexism:

Women may seem to have made tremendous progress professionally and academically, but they are held back by indirect sexist comments and attitudes. They are caught in a catch-22.  If they react against these seemingly small slights, they appear to be overreacting or too sensitive. But to let them pass may signal that such comments are somehow acceptable.

Mad Kane asks,

So where’s the blogger outrage over Obama’s sexism?  Lots of luck finding it among the A-list bloggers — the male ones, at least. They have a much better time of it interpreting everything the Clinton team does as racist. 

Friday, 22 2008f February, 2008

Obama’s period comment

Filed under: Politics — Tags: , , , — chiroptera @ 9:55 pm

Louise Livesey of the f word blog caught the significance of the word periodically in a statement that Barack Obama made about Hillary Clinton.  Read her post by clicking the links in this post.

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