“They’re greedy pigs”

In rant that would make the Elusive Quixote proud, Charles attacks John Boehner for doing nothing about the Global Warming scam.



Billions will die!

77 Comments on ““They’re greedy pigs””

  1. Pakimon says:

    Oh Ludwig, where art thou’?

    Come back! All is forgiven!

    I promise I won’t let Iceweasel release the strap-on!

    • Octopus says:

      Enviro-Luddites! Keepers Of The Lost Flame Of Real Science, extinguished upon the banning of the greatest table-top experimenter and moral-arbiter the blogosphere has ever known. Karate-dealing paramour of the Lovely Miss Ssss, willing to feed you your teeth or school you in Torah. Friend of Israel, enemy of Fox News and their blonde slut-army, flashing their cooches in order to hypnotize the weak-minded, mostly-male viewership.

      We shall not see his like again. 😥

  2. Bunk X says:

    Charles called him an anti-science rube, but a few minutes later Boehner’s knowledgeable?
    I’m soooooo confuuuuused.

  3. Bunk X says:

    214 jfrentzen Fri, Jun 21, 2013 7:39:18pm
    The point of all this is that large numbers of Americans DON’T want the government to collect any data on us, at any time, anywhere, none no how. The niggling and persnickering over turns of phrase and details of this report vs. that report misses the point completely. No taking of meta data, or any data or phone calls. It has been shown that the NSA records voice phone calls. One is one too many. LGF has sadly turned into another apologist for the Obama team’s “transformation of America,” very much in lockstep. Never mind the Constitution, or the Bill of Rights. Who’s getting paid off here?

    215 Charles Johnson Fri, Jun 21, 2013 8:53:36pm
    Last chance dead thread hero – denied!

    216 Obdicut Sat, Jun 22, 2013 2:44:18am
    re: #214 jfrentzen
    Do you want them to take the census, or is that too much data collection?

    Note that the “dead thread hero” posted 30 minutes after the previous comment, then after Chuck’s non-response, the thread went dead for almost six hours before Obdicunt showed up. Douches.

    • Because Milyo says:

      Persnickering? Either that’s a mistake or genius. Or maybe both.

    • Kurt's guitar hero says:

      Damn, Charles could play. While you stalkers were in diapers, Charles was jamming with the best and he was #1

      • Bunk X says:

        Frank Zappa called what Charles did at 01:35 as “Spoo.” That’s when a self-indulgent guitarist shoots his wad during a solo.

      • Octopus says:

        Most of the guys I knew who played guitar in high school garage bands had better chops. I know it’s a style he’s playing, but it’s a sucky style. No soul, just noodling. BLEAH!

      • kbdabear says:

        You’d think a guy you put in the same league with Jeff Beck or Eric Clapton would make the kind of money to pay George Duke back the loan for a used Volkswagen


    • mfhorn says:

      From Obdicut ‘Do you want them to take the census, or is that too much data collection’

      Well, it depends. Do they want to know more than how many people live in my house, and MAYBE our ages? I can live with that. But when they start looking at race, ethnicity & gender, & when they start asking (in the ‘community survey’) what time I leave for work & how many bathrooms I have, I draw the line.

      In the 2010 census, under ‘race’ I wrote in ‘human’.

  4. dwells38 says:

    Yeah thanks for that lecture on confirmation bias Chunky. Boehner disagrees with proggy climate change chicken littles so therefore he’s nothing but a greedy pig who cares nothing for future generations. Nice mature, “clear headed” analysis. What a fucking loser.

  5. Bunk X says:

    Reposted from downstairs, just because the quote is so spot on:

    From the comments in Chuck’s Daily Beast post, this guy tore the argument apart, and ended with:

    I could go on, but to sum things up, the author simply puts dumb ideas in other people’s mouths and refutes them, and meanwhile takes as settled truth a bunch of his own dumb assumptions.


  6. Because Bacon Flavored Milyo says:

    There was a time when this would have been celebrated on LGF.

    In fact, I recall the subject being discussed more than once.

    • Bunk X says:

      62 Charles Wed, Jan 3, 2007 4:45:23pm
      I suspect very few French Jews are offended by the pork soup handouts.

      125 Charles Wed, Aug 1, 2007 10:12:06pm
      But seriously. One advantage of the new Ajax commenting system is that I can now monitor what’s going down here a lot better, when I have time to do it. Patterns emerge. And I do not want a username like ‘pork rinds for allah’ appearing next to one of my posts on the front page.
      If that’s the kind of image you want to project, find somewhere else to do it.

      455 Charles Wed, Jun 16, 2010 9:08:36am
      re: #453 NJDhockeyfan
      I posted that article yesterday in LGF Pages. (Ahem.)
      And the “pork parties” are a tactic of French fascists, by the way, before you applaud them.

      39 Charles Sat, Jun 19, 2010 12:59:29pm
      re: #33 Killgore Trout
      By the way, in a 2007 post about another French pork party, I did note that it was probably targeted at Jews as well as Muslims:
      [Link: littlegreenfootballs.com…]

      107 Charles Wed, Aug 4, 2010 10:19:30am
      re: #94 meeshlr

      My husband is Muslim and he believes that it is wrong to build a mosque so close to Ground Zero in NYC.
      I know that they are completely within their rights to build a mosque on any property that they own. However, just because it is legal doesn’t make it the right thing to do.

      Really? Your husband is a “practicing Muslim,” yet you write on your blog about your plans to hold a bigoted pork BBQ for no reason except to offend Muslims?
      And you think people are going to believe you?

      218 Charles Tue, Aug 10, 2010 9:20:07am
      re: #204 RogueOne

      I didn’t say it sounded like a solid plan, just that it wasn’t going to be a typical bar/restaurant . Personally, I think it’s funny as hell and it would make one great Monty python sketch but I wouldn’t want to invest actual money in it.

      I don’t see anything funny about this. It’s on par with the French neo-Nazis and their neighborhood pork parties, and you would be freaking out if someone proposed doing the same thing next to a church.

      “Bigoted pork BBQ.” 😀 😀 😀

  7. snowcrash says:

    But what about the debt and future generations? Might need to look in the mirror and rethink the greedy pigs remark.

  8. poteen2 says:

    Why the worry about future generations? His branch of the Johnsons ends with him.

    • Abu oyliM penis penis penis lol says:

      My first though after reading his whine. The divorce seems to have sent him over the edge. And the weight gain, possibly caused by rejection of females. He’s a mess but as long as he’s “a very loud voice” I’ll continue to pile on.

  9. Because Milyo says:

    Boner has all the resources? Aren’t you confusing him with John F. Qerry?

  10. Because Milyo says:

    WTF is he babbling about now?

    So now Snowden is a hypergenius who knows more about firewalling than all the Chinese computer scientists who … actually graduated from college with comp sci degrees from MIT and shit?

    He’s getting Ludwiger in his dottage.

  11. Whatever man says:

    What an idiot.

    13 Kragar Sat, Jun 22, 2013 11:26:01am +2

    The GOP also seem to ignore the fact (as usual) that new jobs would be created due to complying with, implementing and enacting new regulations and technologies.

  12. Bunk X says:

    379 ProTARDISLiberal Sat, Jun 22, 2013 9:52:28am
    re: #375 Gus

    As an aside, anytime anyone brings up the Guardian with me, I will trot out the fact that they actually wanted death panels at one point in time. That point in time being after the Holocaust.

    Hey dumbass. How about these folks?

    At its peak of popularity eugenics was supported by a wide variety of prominent people, including Winston Churchill, [Planned Parenthood founder] Margaret Sanger, [Women’s Rights advocate] Marie Stopes, H. G. Wells, Norman Haire, Havelock Ellis, Theodore Roosevelt, George Bernard Shaw, John Maynard Keynes, John Harvey Kellogg, Linus Pauling and Sidney Webb. Many members of the American Progressive Movement supported eugenics, enticed by its scientific trappings and its promise to cure social ills.


    Then you can read more about the history of eugenics and what political party originated it:

    The man who launched American eugenics was Yankee Congregationalist Charles Davenport, born on the soil of New England Progressivism, which spawned feminism, prohibitionism and other reformist isms that plagued the 20th century.

    Eugenics is a product of liberalism. This was written by a leftist:

    Though steeped in the kind of racist and anti-immigrant beliefs generally associated with right-wingers, eugenics ideas were at least as likely to be advocated by social radicals and progressive thinkers as by conservatives. Teddy Roosevelt, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Woodrow Wilson, H.G. Wells, Emma Goldman, and Margaret Sanger (the founder of Planned Parenthood) were among its fans. Some, like Sanger and the English critic Havelock Ellis, saw eugenics as a way to liberate women through its promotion of birth control. For those with socialist leanings, eugenics reflected a privileging of society’s interests over those of the individual.

    Pro-Luff-Liberal wouldn’t have survived the first cut.

  13. Because Well they are commies, sort of says:

  14. Because No shit? Really? Seriously? says:

  15. Octopus says:

    When Fatass says “This is me, blah-ty blah blah,” it sure is an annoying quirk. Can one of you gals go over and slap him? 😉

    • dwells38 says:

      This is me hating fat stupid Chunk. Color me not into fat stupid Chunk. Fat stupid Chunk is so not where I’m at…. and so forth.

      Shut up stupid Chunk. We’re all so us hating your stupid fat ass. You’re so not getting it.

    • Because Milyo says:

      That “this is me” thing is as annoying as a booger that’s just a millimeter too far up there to get.

  16. JimboXL says:

    This is what is so laughable about green thumpers, they think our congressmen can set our entire planet’s temperature, like they have a giant thermostat somewhere, yet our congressmen can’t even stop the flow of illegal aliens across our border.

    I would agree with his quote if it were applied the coming disaster that will come from the horde of illegals Boehner and the dumbest political party on the planet, the Republicans, may flood our country with.

  17. Kurt's green party says:

    Charles has it right about John Boner.

    if that greedy pig wasn’t wasting so much money on corporate welfare, the first family could fly to Africa on vacation to show the africans about green energy.

    plus, Boner gets it wrong. He’s not looking out for the right people. The Green needs to go to the green people, like Fisker and Solyndra, that are changing the world!

    stay the course Charles!


    • dwells38 says:

      That’s so true. If it weren’t for the sequester caused by the GOP, the first family could spend $102,000,000 for their trip to Africa. But thanks to the GOP they have to make do on $100,000,000. Just shows the GOP are so Teh Racists!!!

  18. Octopus says:

    No warming in 16 years, Fatass. Have any theories on that? Rascally missing-heat hiding deep in the oceans, ready to spring out at any moment? Love to hear your thoughts on this conundrum, in detail, with pictures if possible.

    • dwells38 says:

      Teh Sun, it’s teh Racist and wants the GOP to win against the cool black guy. See teh racist Sun made the black people have tah darken their skin and left the white pipples alone to just get moles and melanoma. This is all scientifical and anthropogelogiciclical. Er something. Any hoo the blacks got teh screwed and Mitt Rodney and teh whites need to give up their for oh won umkays. OK? So hand it over honkies. You all want to say the Nth-word. Just udmit it.

  19. Octopus says:

    Penis penis penis lol 😆

  20. Bunk X says:

    417 salvage Sat, Jun 22, 2013 1:35:38pm
    Y’know back in the day it was Bush you followed slavishly, he could do no wrong. No matter how much evidence you were shown, nope, Bush and the GOP was always right.

    Now you do the same for Obama.

    Charles you clearly have some sort of issue where you imprint like a baby duck on an authority figure and it overrides any critical thinking.

    You’re still a wingnut just for the another side.


    They’re slipping. Only two downtwinkles.

    • Kurt's death sentence says:


      Bid him adieu !

    • Abu oyliM penis penis penis lol says:

      Charles must be asleep cause that kind of individual though has no place at LGF, lol.
      Plus it will kill Chuck that only 2 ass-lickers bothered to down ding this assault on Charles’s wisdom. How dare they?!1!!111
      penis penis penis lol

      • Pakimon says:

        Between that and virtually nobody coming to his defense in the DB article comments section aqainst the evil stalker onslaught has to make Chunky’s ass sting.

    • Pakimon says:

      Salvage needs to get the terminology right.

      Right-Winger = Wingnut

      Left-Winger = Moonbat

  21. swamprat says:

    “Because Snowden betrayed his trust so completely”

    America now knows Obama has betrayed America even more.


  22. Abu Bobby Hull says:

    Blackhawks win! They need to win one of the two games scheduled.

    • Octopus says:

      Looking good, Abu. They’ve really turned it around. I think they’ll close it out in six.

    • Pakimon says:

      I plugged in the word “Blackhawks” into my official Race Detective™ decoder ring and it spit out “Hawks of Color”.

      Go figure… 😆

  23. Bunk X says:

    Rumor says Blogmock Radio is scheduled for tomorrow evening, 8PM Eastern. Glenn Greenwald has not responded to a cordial invitation.

    • ISTE says:

      At 8PM Eastern tomorrow I will be watering my shoe.

    • ISTE says:

      Also, I went over to Blogmocracy and the comments were coming in so fast I couldn’t keep up!

      It was like really hopping over there, on the overnight thread there was 25 comments in 13 hours! WOW!

  24. JimboXL says:

    I liked the comment about not trusting Greenwald more than Obama because he received a vote. Like Dims did extensive research before making that decision LOL! That is a rather frightening comment and is probably the mindset of 99.8% Dim and dim libs. Obama is telling the truth because he’s more trustworthy than everyone else because a Dim voted for him. Obama admits to the spying, it should be case closed that its reality even for an Obama drone.

    I have zero trust in everyone I vote for because at the end of the day they could all pull a Rubio, Scott Brown, or Christie on you.

  25. Pakimon says:

    And I do not want a username like ‘pork rinds for allah’ appearing next to one of my posts on the front page. – Charles Johnson

    And so a certain sycophant opted for the username, “CuriousLurker” instead… 😆

  26. Pakimon says:

    What? No photo or picture? I can fix that!

    This is Charles having a hard time blah blah etc.

    • Kurt's description of himself being devoted to Charles says:


      This is me. Being totally and completely devoted.
      To you

      (just in case you didn’t know)


    • ISpeakJive says:

      This is me throwing up in my mouth just a little.

    • dwells38 says:

      Who else would we think it is? Why not “OK mah thang is….”. “This is me” sounds no less ignorant plus way more honky priviliged racist frat girl. I’m like, gag me with a spoon!

  27. Pakimon says:

    It’s a beautiful Sunday morning and I see The Chunkster is up bright and early.

    What better way to start the day then to retweet other people’s tweets and vomit them all over Twitter.

    The “cut n’ paste” gene is dominant in the DNA strands of The Corpulent Jazzy Ponytail. 😆

    • rightymouse says:

      He’s hoping that they’ll pay attention & reward him by becoming posters at LGF. He knows the blog is dying. 🙂

  28. Pakimon says:

    This is me mocking and ridiculing an old, pathetic, obese, ponytailed hack with the emotional maturity of a spoiled 10 year old little girl

  29. rightymouse says:

    Charlie, old man. Get a grip. Humans have nothing to do with changes in climate or weather. Remember reading about the ice age & the subsequent warming? Do you REALLY think that dino farts had anything to do with the change? 😯



    • Octopus says:

      That is some truly precious idiocy, right there. The ending is spectacular in its gaseous blatherskitzy humbuggery. 😆

      The “11 degree temperature increase by 2100” is orders of magnitude higher than any other Lewdwiggian-Doomsday Report I’ve seen lately. I’m expecting to see dinosaurs running around in our swamped coastal regions pretty soon, which is awesome.

      What’s the Takeaway?

      I worry that the study will be used to fuel climate change denial: if dinosaurs can cause global warming, surely humans can’t be at fault for rising temperatures today, right? The problem is that cows aren’t the only animals producing methane, humans are pumping carbon dioxide into the air as well and we’re on track for an 11 degree Fahrenheit global temperature increase by 2100: not so different from dino times.

      Maybe the lesson is: With all the havoc we’re already wreaking on the environment, it’s a really good thing we don’t have dinosaur farts to worry about, too.

      • rightymouse says:

        The sheer idiocy & batty hand-wringing can lead a person reading that drivel to drink. I had a Bloody Mary. 🙂

      • Pakimon says:

        Good idea! 😀

        For me, it’s “beer thirty”! (I’d rather have a Bloody Mary though but got no fixin’s)

      • Pakimon says:

        Dinosaur farts?

        I’m more concerned about the methane buildup in a certain hovel in Culver City, CA.

        It’s a Brown Note Bomb of Doom just waiting to explode! 😮

  30. Octopus says:

    Gorgeous Animation: Valgeir Sigurðsson – Between Monuments lgf.bz/11G37vI 14 hours ago

    This is me, saying, “meh.” Maybe if you’re a depressed 60-yr-old recluse, this tedious exercise in impressionistic angst is a real corker. Probably inspired a few more Scandinavian suicides, this one. 😦

    • dwells38 says:

      I made it half-way thru wondering what made it so supposedly gorgeous. Chunk must be snorting Cheetos dust again.

  31. dwells38 says:

    This is me.

    That’s it. Just wanted to let youse guys know.

  32. dwells38 says:

    Uh no Chunky…Boehner’s merely resisting endemic confirmation bias in regards to climate, also known as liberal dogma. Same reason some decades long standing members of the American Meteorological Society are quitting that institution:


  33. dwells38 says:

    I just spent 3 days in the Yellow Springs, OH area. The wife and I hiked from YS to a town called Clifton by way of Glen Helen nature preserve, John Bryan park and the Clifton Gorge. The latter was gouged out by the river created by the run off from a giant continental glacier retreating 15,000 yrs ago. Just think how cool it must’ve been for glaciers to have formed in west central Ohio a mere 20,000 years or so ago. Yes folks, Ice Ages DO happen. And they will again.

    When we got to Clifton we had lunch here at the Clifton Mill (Grist not Saw) est. 1802! http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.gowaterfalling.com/waterfalls/images/full/oh/vcliftongorge1.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.gowaterfalling.com/waterfalls/cliftongorge.shtml&h=800&w=600&sz=84&tbnid=X7sO-_TFRYHhBM:&tbnh=90&tbnw=68&prev=/search%3Fq%3Dclifton%2Bgorge%26tbm%3Disch%26tbo%3Du&zoom=1&q=clifton+gorge&usg=__Vtrj3iLr5ekj4iGc_db6SIO-MVo=&docid=mjU6CeQzUzwWMM&sa=X&ei=wTbHUe3CJOeTyQHK14BI&sqi=2&ved=0CD0Q9QEwAw

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