Sunday, February 21, 2016

Extra bonus points if you can guess in which state this woman is running for a seat on the Board of Education.

Answer beneath the fold.

Did you guess Texas?

Good for you.

I think that a lot of us have state and local politicians that embarrass the hell out of us, but Texas seems to have made the creation of these lunatics a kind of cottage industry.

After all where else could you possibly hope to find the likes of Greg Abbott, Ted Cruz, and Louie Gohmert?

49 comments:

  1. Anonymous2:27 AM

    Well bless her little heart. That danged ninth commandment be damned.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I couldn't decide, but I knew it was Texas or Florida. Those two are in a perpetual struggle for the Stupid Crown. Especially with the gun tragedies.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous3:39 AM

      Don't forget Ohio, Oklahoma, and Kansas! They're doing their very best to out-Florida Florida.

      Delete
    2. Anonymous8:19 AM

      I was sure the answer would be texA$$

      Delete
  3. Billy Bob Jethro Bubba Wayne Clampett2:59 AM

    Dear Mr Gryphen:
    For just a few monuments, I suggest you ponder the actions of the following people - Ted Stevens (Your Alaskan of the Century), Frank Murkowski, Lisa Murkowski, Joe Miller (YIKES!!) and Sarah Palin.

    I certainly hope you've fortified your glass house since you are so fond of throwing stones.

    Have a nice day.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous3:32 AM

      There's room in hell for all of them, no matter where they're from!

      Delete
    2. Anonymous3:41 AM

      Yet Billy Bob Jethro Bubba Wayne Clampett, Gryphen acts to expose the idiocy/hypocrisy/corruption/obnoxiousness of the people you listed, while YOU simply DEFEND those of your own. What exactly does that say about YOU? Think about it.

      Delete
    3. Anonymous5:43 AM

      Hi Beldar! Nice to see you again!

      Delete
    4. Anonymous6:20 AM

      That Joe Miller is one crazyazz motherfucker.

      Delete
    5. Anonymous6:49 AM

      Beldar is baaaack!!!

      Delete
    6. Anonymous7:21 AM

      Who is Beldar?

      Delete
    7. Anonymous8:19 AM

      Where's Don Trump?

      Delete
    8. Anonymous10:09 AM

      In all fairness, this Alaskan thought for sure that she was one of ours!

      Delete
    9. Anonymous1:54 PM

      10:09 As an Alaskan also, too, I voted for Alaska as the crazy woman's home.

      But we all know she is correct. If it is on the internet it must be true and even MORE true if it's posted on Facebook.

      And even more, MORE true if it's posted on Bristol's Instagram page! or Sarah's own FB page!

      Delete
    10. Anonymous5:05 PM

      Beldar is the best snark master!!!

      Delete
    11. Anonymous3:09 AM

      BJC, good to hear from you!

      dowl

      Delete
  4. What's up with the Iron Dog website?

    There's supposed to be a page on the site that tracks teams.
    http://www.irondog.org/race-tracking/pro-class-2016/?view=stats

    However, when I check it, it says race has not yet started.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous5:43 AM

      The race starts on Sunday from Big Lake. The start on Saturday is a fake one.

      Delete
    2. Anonymous10:10 AM

      Here in Wasilla it's 35 and raining. Sure sounds like a fun day for a snow machine race...not.

      Delete
  5. Anonymous4:02 AM

    It wasn't hard to guess Texas, it was written in the labels.

    These so called Christians sure do spend a lot of time analyzing other peoples sexuality.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Anonymous4:04 AM

    I already knew the answer, but it could also have been US Rep Virginia Foxx of NC. For an "educator," she is appalling.

    ReplyDelete
  7. Anonymous4:05 AM

    When the above named five people are the equivalent of a circle jerk they can only hurt themselves

    ReplyDelete
  8. Anonymous4:54 AM

    Eight people shot in Kalamazoo, six of them dead, but Jesse Ray is more concerned with lobbing insults at the lower 48. So fuckin typical.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous6:05 AM

      Just because there is other news doesn't make the rest of the world go away.

      Delete
    2. Anonymous6:57 AM

      Okay, 4:54, let's walk this back (slowly, for your benefit). Because Texas has such a large population, the Texas School Board is a major player in which textbooks are used throughout the entire country. They choose, publishers and school districts across the country are forced to comply. Now think about the connection between education (or lack thereof) and violent mental illness.....If you were educated in a public school or home-schooled with information provided by this kind of official, wouldn't you be susceptible to frustrated outbursts?
      Texas School Board textbook choices have some potential to provide what would be essentially public madrassas in the United States.
      Wild Tortoise
      P.S. "fuckin" should have an apostrophe

      Delete
    3. Anonymous1:58 PM

      Hey 4:54, speaking of education,I hope you get one.

      4:54 in Alaska is awfully early in the morning for Gryphen to be monitoring his website or the news.

      I believe you failed in the time zone conversion section of your math class.

      Gryph and the rest of us Alaskans were sleeping soundly while those poor folks in Michigan were going through hell.

      Are you going to blame him for sleeping through it as well???? How inconsiderate of him.

      Delete
    4. Anonymous12:30 AM

      The shooting began at 6pm Michigan time & suspect was taken into custody about 12:30am MI time. AK is 3 hrs behind so Gryphen could've easily heard about it in the mid to late afternoon. So don't try the sleeping soundly bs. And you 6:05 should be ashamed of comparing a mass shooting to the crazed ravings of some political wannabe retired teacher.

      Delete
  9. Anonymous4:57 AM

    Ron White said it best...

    "You can't fix stupid"

    ReplyDelete
  10. I always fall back on Texas, although Florida, Alabama or Oklahoma always seem to teeter in second place. Of course, I live in Ohio and I've noticed the last few years it has begun to be a bit Texasish around here.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Anonymous5:12 AM

    So does this woman support Cruz, whose parents both had affairs and were )maybe) divorced before little Anointed One slid out into the world? Or maybe Trump, that good Methodist whose church has;t seen him in years, and who is on wife number three, after cheating on the first two. Or maybe she likes Pretty Boy Marco, who lies without compunction about any and everything. "This Shalt Not Judge," said her Lord. Hope she's too nuts for even Texas.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous7:18 AM

      I though Trump claims to be Presbyterian?

      Delete
  12. Anonymous6:20 AM

    Trump Thanks Palin After His Win In The South Carolina Primary

    http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/trump-thanks-palin-s-carolina-win

    ReplyDelete
  13. Texas used to be a bit more reasonable and it also produced the likes of Ann Richards (Gov), Lloyd Bentsen (Sen), and Lyndon Johnson (Pres) who was a civil rights leader but also a racist. Complicated, people from a VERY complicated state. I still don't want any more "leaders" from TX until they get themselves SANE again...which means, probably never.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous8:10 AM

      And let's not forget Barbara Jordan--one of my heroes from the 70's!

      Delete
    2. Absolutely, Barbara Jordan too!

      Delete
  14. Please, before you bomb us or kick us out of the US, that 45+% of us are Democrats.

    Dave
    Texas

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous7:29 AM

      Well said, Dave. I tend to think that Gryphen preaches to the choir a lot here and also takes cheap shots at other states when AK gave us a crazed woman who easily could be less than 10 months from moving into the White House had our country not been lucky enough to have the Kenyan Muslim dictator come along & lead our nation the way a rill President should. But that's just me.

      Delete
    2. Anonymous8:37 AM

      I always get a chuckle out of Gryphen "the pot" (Alaska) calling other states (the kettles) black. The native people aside, who was one of the groups that originally populated Alaska? The "dead-enders" that didn't/couldn't fit into normal society. How many ex-Texas assholes (isn't that ironic) have moved to Alaska over the last 40 years for the gas and oil industry? Too many to count. Even today, where do dead-enders from the lower 48 move to when there's no place left to go? Alaska. I would be willing to wager that Alaska has more assholes per capita than any other state in the county.

      Delete
  15. Anonymous7:19 AM

    My first thought was that it was Sylvia Allen(R)-from Snowflake, Arizona. She was appointed chairwoman of the Arizona Senate Education Committee by Senate President Andy Biggs. She is a Creationist who believes the Earth is only 6,000 years old, is for mandatory Church attendance and believes that the contrails left behind by jet engines are drugs being sprayed by the government to keep the population docile. Wingnutty? You bet, also,too!

    ReplyDelete
  16. Next to Trump, Gohmert is the next most entertaining politician in America. Not sure if he is even from this planet.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Anonymous7:57 AM

    Honest here, my first thought was Texas.


    What a load of BS from that woman. These people are going to get exactly what they ask for. If Trump is their candidate that wins the presidency, they can kiss their freedoms goodbye. He'll turn on them so fast, he'll have the 'police state' they fear so badly running them to Mexico.

    ReplyDelete
  18. Anonymous7:58 AM

    I haven't even read the post yet and I knew it was Texas!

    ReplyDelete
  19. Crystal Sage8:54 AM

    Sorry, I thought it was Flor-i-duh. Every morning, Stephanie Miller reads her Florida Stack, starting with: "A man/woman from Florida..." and then continues with a story of some totally batshit crazy thing that happened in Flaccid Penis.

    ReplyDelete
  20. Here's a link on Texas "education" you may want to share.

    https://www.facebook.com/288992101159929/photos/a.289033751155764.69115.288992101159929/1086186724773792/?type=3&theater

    ReplyDelete
  21. Anita Winecooler3:07 PM

    I thought it was Floridastan or Georgiastan, but not surprised one bit it's Texastan. The only smart one I recall from Texas was Ann Richards. What sickens me it the ties with textbook publishers, textbooks that get sent out to all states that twist history and science, among other things.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Anonymous12:24 AM

      Ever heard of Barbara Jordan or Molly Ovens, Whinecooler? Or have you been drunk all of these years?

      Delete
  22. Anonymous5:03 PM

    Shucks, I guessed Oklahoma. I knew it was in the south (or southern plains). I didn't guess Texas. Though I'm not surprised.

    ReplyDelete
  23. I was going with Colorado? Why?

    ReplyDelete
  24. Well, yes Texas.

    Or Arkansas, Mississippi, Florida or Alaska.

    ReplyDelete

Don't feed the trolls!
It just goes directly to their thighs.