Wednesday, 24 June 2009

President Obama infuriates PETA...

...by thoughtlessly murdering a fly during a TV interview...
...A spokesman for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said the group was stunned to see the President swat and kill a fly during an interview Tuesday on CNBC. PETA said it would be sending Obama a Katcha Bug Humane Bug Catcher, a device that allows users to trap a house fly and then release it outside...more here...
The peerless and ever vigilant Iowahawk has this to say... The widow of the housefly murdered by Barack Obama during a recent CNBC television interview announced this morning that she would be filing a wrongful death suit against the President in federal district court. The plaintiff brief -- citing pain, suffering and loss of income -- seeks a formal apology and compensatory damages, including an unspecified quantity of shit.
"Bob was a wonderful husband and provider," said the widow, Mrs. Vivian Vvzzvzwwzzz, wiping tears from her compound eyes. "Even though he was always busy at the Rose Garden turd pile, he always flew home in time to tuck in our maggots."
...Breaking down, an emotionally distraught Vvzzvzwwzzz was comforted by PETA President Ingrid Newkirk and ACLU President Nadine Strossen. The two groups announced they will file an amicus brief in the case and file a separate class action suit against the insecticide, flyswatter and pest strip industries, seeking over 1 million metric tons of compensatory shit on behalf of 200 billion Fly-Americans.
"The President's treatment of the Fly community has been extremely disappointing," said Newkirk. "He almost seemed to relish his bloodthirsty attack on Mr. Vvzzvzwwzzz. It's obvious he's in the pocket of Big Manure."...more here...

5 comments:

MK said...

Oh that is so funny.

Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

He's cruel to innocent creatures, all living things have rights, and he's a smoker too !

Mind you, he's probably in the pay of big tobacco companies.

ulaca said...

Your readers may enjoy "Faking It: The Sentimentalisation of Modern Society", edited by Digby Anderson and Peter Mullen, published in 1998by the Social Affairs Unit in the UK.

Ayrdale said...

I ceratinly would. An excerpt from a review...

http://www.nationalobserver.net/2000_spring_br8.htm

"Anyone in a motion picture or television drama who quotes Scripture invariably proves to be a serial killer or child molester. Two-parent households fare little better. Hollywood has no interest in 'family values' except in promoting 'alternative' households as their true repository: the only nuptials on America's cutest sitcom, 'Friends', have been between two lesbians; the 'issue' dramas prefer scenarios like that on 'Picket Fences', where the crusty judge rules against the reactionary gran'ma and gives custody of her grandchild to the gay father and his lover."

Mark.V. said...

Obama is fearless when dealing with flies, not so much when dealing with North Korea or Iran.