Isaiah had two comics this weekend, Saturday's "The Jobs Report" which I included in a Saturday post and Sunday's "The Shooting Range" which is up above. And below is Hillary is 44's "Obama, The Coward Liar, Fleebags From Wisconsin:"
Let’s make something perfectly clear so that the bobbleheads at DailyKooks don’t get their springs all stretched out trying to figure us out yet again: We think Obama is the kiss of death and if he goes to Wisconsin it will finish off Tom Barrett and that is why we want him to go. We want to keep Barack Obama in this lose/lose ditch he has placed himself in.
In 2009 we goaded Barack to go to blue New Jersey to defend Jon Corzine in his reelection race. Barack went to the Garden State and the angel of death soon followed.
Likewise, in 2009 we double dared Barack to go to true blue Massachusetts to rescue Martha Coakley against truck driving Scott Brown. Barack fell into the trap and the angel of death feasted yet again. The overweight angel of death also feasted on Deeds in Virginia that year after Obama traveled to help him.
2010 proved again that Obama Is Poison. In 2010 Obama made a promise to those running for election which proved to be a death threat: “You’ve got me.”:
Obama is poison.
What's it like with nothing to watch?
I was asked that in so many words in several e-mails over the weekend. Many noted that Hulu had nothing to watch.
I know what you mean. I have been watching "Family Guy" on Netflix. I've streamed all the seasons. They have nine seasons up at Netflix.
It's a shame that the networks aren't smart enough to put on summer TV shows. Like "Unforgettable." They should not have given that show the axe. It was a hit with over 10 million viewers. If they did not have room for it on their schedule, they should have made it a summer show. (If that argument is new to you, go read Ava and C.I.'s "TV: The whines of summer" from two Sundays ago about the networks and summer.)
In July, you can count on some USA shows. "Covert Affairs" and other programs will show up. But there is really nothing on the networks. I also think the reality show peaked a long, long time ago. I blame MTV and the little bitches (males and females) who got hooked on that crap "The Real World." As a result, we have been stuck with these crappy shows ever since. And worse yet, the crappy people in them. They really seem to think they have accomplished something by blathering about their lives in front of a camera.
Anyway, my favorite episode of "Family Guy"? "The former life of Brian." Where Brian finds out he has a son. I love it when he calls his son Dylan "a young Adam Sandler." Because he asks, "Right?" And then again, "Right?" At which point a very irritated Peter snaps, "Yes!" I really enjoy Peter more in the streaming than on TV. I catch more things the actor (is it Seth?) does with his voice in the repeats.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"