But but but… Carter!

When we left wingnut website “Newsmax” last week, John L. Perry was  calling for a military coup to “resolve the Obama problem“.  It took “several” complaints before the bright lights at Newsmax recognized this for the bad craziness that it was, and pulled the article.  The page 404′d for awhile, then was replaced with this:

newsmax-backpedal

I get it: so the fuckwit who wrote the treasonous travesty is a liberal, is that the story?  Is that what they’re trying to suggest?   Okay, now for a little background on this guy — check out this little song he wrote about Obama 5 years ago:

Already you can hear rappers ranting out best-seller CDs without once repeating themselves:

“Obama, Boama, Amabo, Maboa.

“Oamba, Bamoa, Abamo, Maoba.

“Oabam, Baoma, Amoba, Moaba.

“Obaam, Bamao, Aobma, Mboaa.

“Obmaa, Bomaa, Aobam, Maaob.”

Captures the very heart and soul of America, doesn’t it?.

Everybody Sing Now

“We’re Barack Obama bound!

“There’ll be no heebie-jeebies hanging ’round.

“All aboard Barack’s Express!”

AF-LAC!

Who let that duck in?

Never mind the duck, who let the friggin KKK in?  Liberal, right.  Nice try, Newsmax.

5 Responses to “But but but… Carter!”


  1. 1 Torontonian Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 3:35 am

    WARNING ABOUT Googling John L Perry

    I wanted to learn a little about John L Perry and Googled his name. There is a website that will attack your computer if you go to it. That site is:

    john-l.-perry.bcbookworld.com/get.php?john-l.-perry

    Do not go to this site. You’ll come to grief without the
    proper anti-virus and malware protection.

    And, all I wanted to do was to see if he was related to the
    Texas Governor!

  2. 2 JJ Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 5:32 pm

    I saw that! I get a big red warning screen from Google… it scared me away!

    Not that Macs ever get viruses 8) but why take chances?

  3. 3 Shade Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 7:22 pm

    JJ That’s a common mistake perpetuated by Apple, chances are you wont get a virus on a Mac. Not because of their security like they’d like you to believe but simply because most viruses are written for windows spefically.

    So it is a good idea to be careful either way, because there are some. Have a virus scanner atleast no matter what system you run has always been the best idea.

  4. 4 JJ Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 8:06 pm

    Shade – I actually do have virus scan software, but it’s free 8) It does pretty much the same thing as Norton or Mcaffee, for free. And did I mention it’s FREE? :lol: :P

    I’ve been using a Mac for almost 4 years now and never caught a bug. I think the virus writers have more of an axe to grind with Microsoft.

  5. 5 Shade Wednesday, October 7, 2009 at 9:05 pm

    JJ I agree the chances of it are low and my Virus software is FREE too and it takes care of viuses.

    It’s also to do with volume, there’s more Windows users then Mac users, so if you were going to write a complicated program to attack systems, which would you target?


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