Little Green Footballs

Friday, August 29, 2008

Hilarious moments in LGF history


Found here: http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/31083_Its_Palin

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not to worry, he's quickly skolled the Kool Aid: http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/31088_Sarah_Palin_and_Creationism

Pete said...

You've got to love it, Chuckie is losing his base audience. He knows she's an albatross, a far-right wing one at that, but his readership are in a total froth about the gun-toting, pro-life, inexperienced Governor from Alaska. "Come on over Hilary supporters". Hmmm, I can't see that working out. Something about a radical difference in policies and aim might just scupper that idea.

ChenZhen said...

And then LGF had 16 less members. Cue the open registration thread. (an opportunity that I decided to pass on)

Sura 109 said...

And that's 16 more ex-lizardoids that I'd like to welcome to Bannination Island.

Keith said...

As per his standard policy on reacting to commenters that express a contrary opinion on the site, doesn't he now have to ban himself?

Anonymous said...

That's right, Sphinx! You tell 'em! After all, LGF is nothing but a vast echo chamber where Charles' lizards do nothing but agree and march in lockstep to do his bidding! How dare they prove you wrong!

Rico

The Sphinx said...

Anonymous, you'll probably have noticed by now that the hilarious part of this is that something over at the little green loony bin has gone horribly wrong, in a very comical way.

For the first time, Charles was forced into clarifying his position to his worshipers (see the link in the first comment) through gritted teeth. Usually it worked the other way round.

Anonymous said...

LGF is nothing but a vast echo chamber where Charles' lizards do nothing but agree and march in lockstep to do his bidding

You needn't say more.

Really.

Now get lost.

Lex said...

Nice one Sphinx! And yet another reason I also can't stand Palin. Sheesh, I really, really hate her!

Anonymous said...

With Charles and co twisting themselves in knots to feel comfortable with Palin's creationism, I wonder how they feel about Cindy McCain wanting creationism taught in schools?

Couric: How do you feel about creationism? Do you think it should be taught in schools?

McCain: I think both sides should be taught in schools. I think the more children have a frame of reference and an opportunity to read and know and make better decisions and judgments when they are adults. So, I think you know I don't have any problem with education of any kind.

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/09/03/eveningnews/main4413606.shtml

A whole White House filled with creationists who want it taught in schools? B.. buut... but "Hussein"!

Anonymous said...

Now get lost.

Ah, the enforcer of ideological purity steps forth.

Sorry to have introduced a discordant note into your personal echo chamber.

Rico

K said...

Seven moderators on this blog.

Why are posts so few and far between?

Lex said...

K--sorry, I'm still on a semi-break. I'll get back to it soon.