The Looney Left finds their Poster Child in Charlie Sheen

Could there be a better Poster Child for the Liberal Left?  I don’t think so! After watching the Liberal Union Thugs  in Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, New Jersey and throughout the Country this past two weeks I am now convince of the fact that there is some kind of a Mental and Emotional Disconnect being exhibited in these people.  Science backs up my opinion on this with the discovery of the Liberal Gene or DRD4.  It all makes sense, and now I have a much better understanding of this illness.  

Is Charlie Sheen imitating the Typical Liberal, or is he the

T y p i c a l   L i b e r a l ?

Typical Liberal

Can you tell the difference between the two of them?

(I can’t)

Perhaps MSNBC will consider Charlie Sheen to fill the slot left by Keith Olbermann.

One can never predict what the Looney Left might do next, but for now at least we have a Liberal Poster Child

After all, isn’t it really just all about

W  I  N  N  I  N  G

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80 responses to “The Looney Left finds their Poster Child in Charlie Sheen

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  3. Hi Sami, Here is another fine example of an embarrassing dumbass that represents this country.

    Biden urges justice for Khodor… um… Kovinsky!

    (AFP) – 5 hours ago

    MOSCOW — Known for sometime sticking his foot in his mouth, US Vice President Joe Biden delivered another trademark gaffe Thursday by mangling the name of Russia’s most famous prisoner Mikhail Khodorkovsky.

    In a somber 40-minute address to Moscow State University students that generated more giggles than rounds of applause, Biden tried to bash Russia for putting Khodorkovsky behind bars on what many believe are politically motivated charges.

    At least that was the intent.

    What came out was one of the more sensitive moments in recent Russia-US relations in which the entire hall seemed ready to help the desperately struggling US vice president pronounce Khodorkovsky’s name.

    “Over the past few months our administration has spoken out against allegations of misconduct in the trial of… of, uh… the, um… excuse me… Khodor… Kovinsky,” said Biden, almost barking out the last word.

    But Biden recovered quickly, adding a self-depreciating joke that instantly endeared him to the crowd.

    “You can tell I did not do very well in Russian,” Biden said sheepishly.

    But Biden closed on a rousing note, generating his first and only applause of the night by saying that he had no intention of hiding his displeasure over Khodorkovsky’s treatment and other alleged rights abuses.

    “Some of you may say, well how can you say those things outloud, mister vice president, and expect a better relationship. They are necessary, to have a good relationship,” Biden said, getting his only applause of the night.

    In jail since 2003 for fraud and tax evasion, a Moscow court in December extended the former Yukos oil executive’s sentence until 2017 after also finding Khodorkovsky guilty of money laundering and embezzlement.

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  4. Tellit, come join with us at the Village of the Banned……. ;)

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  5. Ya just gotta love the Biden……… it is hard not to like the man. Thanks for sharing this Tellit.

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  6. Hi, SAMI. ROXY, I’ve seen bags of rocks that could out-think Sheila J. Lee. The woman’s a disgrace to her race (which by the way, Jesse, Al & Mr. Holder, is AMERICAN).

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  7. lol, Bob……….. Charlie Rangle comes to mind as we think of Idiots in Office

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  8. Roxy said it above,…”the whole world’s watching.”
    The famous last words of the idiot is “watch this !”

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  9. News just said that Gabriel Giffords may get to see her husband’s launch on the shuttle Endeavor.
    God Bless her.

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  10. Gabriel Giffords has become America’s Sweetheart imo. I think all American’s have a special place in their hearts for her struggle to return to a normal life.

    AFVET you always bring such good points of interest to this group. Thank you for being that Patriot Friend we can all count on.

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  11. Good Night America………………. ;)

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  12. Good Morning America :D

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  13. Tsunami Slams Northern Japan After Massive 8.9 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Coast

    TOKYO — A powerful tsunami spawned by the largest earthquake in Japan’s history slammed the eastern coast Friday, sweeping away boats, cars, homes and people as widespread fires burned out of control. A local news report said at least 15 people were killed.

    The magnitude 8.9 offshore quake was followed by at least 19 aftershocks, most of them of more than magnitude 6.0. Dozens of cities and villages along the 1,300-mile stretch of the country’s eastern shore were shaken by violent tremors that reached as far away as Tokyo, hundreds of miles from the epicenter in the sea off the northeastern coast.

    A tsunami warning was issued for dozens of Pacific countries, as far away as Chile.

    Kyodo news agency said 15 people were killed. The government confirmed only five deaths.

    “The earthquake has caused major damage in broad areas in northern Japan,” Prime Minister Naoto Kan said at a news conference.

    Even for a country used to earthquakes, this one was of horrific proportions.

    Large fishing boats and other sea vessels rode high waves into the cities, slamming against overpasses. Upturned and partially submerged vehicles were seen bobbing in the water.

    Waves of muddy waters swept over farmland near the city of Sendai, carrying buildings, some on fire, inland as cars attempted to drive away. Sendai airport, north of Tokyo, was inundated with cars, trucks, buses and thick mud deposited over its runways. Fires spread through a section of the city, public broadcaster NHK reported.

    The tsunami roared over embankments, washing cars, houses and farm equipment inland before reversing directions and carrying them out to sea. Flames shot from some of the houses, probably because of burst gas pipes.

    “Our initial assessment indicate that there has already been enormous damage,” Chief government spokesman Yukio Edano said. “We will make maximum relief effort based on that assessment.”

    He said the Defense Ministry was sending troops to the quake-hit region. A utility aircraft and several helicopters were on the way.

    A large fire erupted at the Cosmo oil refinery in Ichihara city in Chiba prefecture near Tokyo and was burning out of control with 100-foot-high flames whipping into the sky.
    NHK showed footage of a large ship being swept away and ramming directly into a breakwater in Kesennuma city in Miyagi prefecture.

    The U.S. Geological Survey said the 2:46 p.m. quake was a magnitude 8.9, the biggest earthquake to hit Japan since officials began keeping records in the late 1800s, according to NHK.

    A tsunami warning was extended to a number of Pacific, Southeast Asian and Latin American nations, including Japan, Russia, Indonesia, New Zealand and Chile. In the Philippines, authorities said they expect a 3-foot high tsunami.

    The quake struck at a depth of six miles, about 80 miles off the eastern coast, the agency said. The area is 240 miles northeast of Tokyo.

    In downtown Tokyo, large buildings shook violently and workers poured into the street for safety. TV footage showed a large building on fire and bellowing smoke in the Odaiba district of Tokyo. The tremor bent the upper tip of the iconic Tokyo Tower, a 333-meter (1,093-foot) steel structure inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

    Several nuclear plants along the coast were partially shut down, but there were no reports of any radioactive leakage.

    In central Tokyo, trains were stopped and passengers walked along the tracks to platforms. NHK said more than 4 million buildings were without power in Tokyo and its suburbs.

    A large numbers of people waited at Tokyo’s Shinjuku station, the world’s busiest train station, for service to resume so they could go home. TV announcers urged workers not to leave their offices to prevent injuries in case of more strong aftershocks.

    Osamu Akiya, 46, was working in Tokyo at his office in a trading company when the quake hit.
    It sent bookshelves and computers crashing to the floor, and cracks appeared in the walls.

    “I’ve been through many earthquakes, but I’ve never felt anything like this,” he said. “I don’t know if we’ll be able to get home tonight.”

    Footage on NHK from their Sendai office showed employees stumbling around and books and papers crashing from desks. It also showed a glass shelter at a bus stop in Tokyo completely smashed by the quake and a weeping woman nearby being comforted by another woman.

    Several quakes had hit the same region in recent days, including a 7.3 magnitude one on Wednesday.

    Thirty minutes after the main quake, tall buildings were still swaying in Tokyo and mobile phone networks were not working. Japan’s Coast Guard set up a task force and officials were standing by for emergency contingencies, Coast Guard official Yosuke Oi said.

    “I’m afraid we’ll soon find out about damages, since the quake was so strong,” he said.
    Tokyo’s main airport was closed. A large section of the ceiling at the 1-year-old airport at Ibaraki, about 50 miles northeast of Tokyo, fell to the floor with a powerful crash.

    Dozens of fires were reported in northern prefectures of Fukushima, Sendai, Iwate and Ibaraki. Collapsed homes and landslides were also reported in Miyagi.

    Japan’s worst previous quake was in 1923 in Canto, an 8.3-magnitude temblor that killed 143,000 people, according to USGS. A 7.2-magnitude quake in Kobe city in 1996 killed 6,400 people.

    Japan lies on the “Ring of Fire” — an arc of earthquake and volcanic zones stretching around the Pacific where about 90 percent of the world’s quakes occur, including the one that triggered the Dec. 26, 2004, Indian Ocean tsunami that killed an estimated 230,000 people in 12 nations. A magnitude-8.8 temblor that shook central Chile last February also generated a tsunami and killed 524 people.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/03/11/massive-7-magnitude-earthquake-strikes-japan/#ixzz1GHkXxmfB

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  16. Don’t take no flak from the Libs:

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  17. As far as Biden making a fool of himself, (again), I have to give him credit for being able to stick his foot in his mouth with his head up his a$$.
    Quite a feat,.. no ?

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  18. Gotta love Joe Biden eh AFVET……. he is always good for a laugh and seems to be such a good nature d useful idiot.

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  19. Heads up Libs……….. got one coming at you right now:

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