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Jennifer Rubin with somewhat better and certainly much more florid prose.
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‘Peg-o’-my-fart,’ you know what’s really “creepy?”
The fact that you’re still given a column, and asked to appear on TV shows, when everyone knows that you’re suffering from a case of “Alcoholic Dementia” so bad, that it makes your beloved Ronald Reagan’s Alzheimer’s look a Jeopardy champ who was stumped by a “Daily Double” question.
And, no news that Nooners loves W – or, is pretending.
Maybe the Bush Family has decided to make Nooners W’s hagiographer. after what she did over the years for the love of her life, St. Ronnie of “Who am I? Where am I? What am I doing here? Please don’t hurt me. I’ve always depended on the kindness of strangers…”
The elder Bush’s hope her “Alcoholic Dementia” doesn’t worsen, and that she can finish writing enough BS about W to have the righties want to take down those Socialists, Jefferson and FDR, and relace them with Reagan and W – before, at their favorite DC bar, with her aged WaPo and WSJ pundit colleagues watching, Nooners, in her in her usual gin-soaked delirium, has a heart attack while puking-up the garlic-stuffed olives that were in her fourth Triple Martini, her breath reeking so badly, that her friends all sit, sip, and wait for the EMS crew to arrive to do mouth-to-mouth.
you lost me somewhere in the ninth or tenth clause. Periods are your friend. So are paragraphs.
Our Lady of the Magic Dolphins would be a great name for some new agey religious center in Florida. I can see the design now, it would be in the blues and pinks and a giant statue of a woman riding a dolphin would be outside.
Shorter Nooners: “That elitist uppity n@!#er and his elitist uppity n@!#er wife came in here and trashed the place, and it’s not their place.”
Jonathan Chait wrote a great piece way back when that laid out perfectly why Noonan is an especially odious, vicious, and condescending character.
“Jennifer Rubin with somewhat better and certainly much more florid prose.”…
…and a jug of Gallo…
Still with this? Seriously? Has Nooners been too drunk to think of a new angle after this one was statistically disproven?
Emperor Imperious I?
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