June 19, 2008, - 11:00 pm

E-mail of the Day

By Debbie Schlussel
This one was sent to my YouTube account, so I don’t have an e-mail address to go with it, but it’s from someone who identifies him/herself with the moniker, “antiiraq war”:

you aipac-whore!
shut your sneering mouth and go give ehud olmert a good jew blowjob!
thank god hitler finished 6 million of you jews!!!!!

As Ron Burgundy would say, You Stay Classy, Dearbornistan.

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June 19, 2008, - 10:09 pm

Frivolous Lawsuit of the Day: Announcing the “Defective” Thong By Vicky’s Secret

By Debbie Schlussel
Um, how sad is it that this video reminds me of the lawsuits by “Seinfeld’s” Jackie Chiles and Kramer against a Starbucks-esque coffee company and against a wealthy woman for only wearing a bra and distracting him? This lawyer dude is the Asian Jackie Chiles.

Lie of the Day: “In terms of money, that’s not really what we want here.” Uh, yes it is. As a friend of mine asks, “Is this worth the air time that it got????” Answer: No.
Reminds me of . . .

Hmmm . . . this demands an appropriate theme song by a talentless one-hit wonder.

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June 19, 2008, - 12:02 pm

Muslim Grievance Theater: Hijab Women Dissed @ Obama Rally Are Muslim Terror Front-Group Activists, Top Islamic Proselytizer

By Debbie Schlussel
As soon as I heard about the Muslim women in hijabs being excluded from sitting behind Barack Obama at a Michigan rally, I knew what you probably knew: that CAIR and ADC and MPAC and ISNA, the alphabet soup of terrorist-sympathizing, pan-HAMAS/Hezbollah Islamofascist grievance theater, would milk the story like there’s no tomorrow. It was ripe fodder for their PR branch of the jihad against America and the West.
Now, I’ve come to learn that one of the hijab-encrusted, rejected whiners, Hebba Aref, was an official of the Muslim Students Association (MSA), in charge of proselytizing. The Chicago Tribune identified the MSA as part of the American manifestation of the Sunni terrorist group, Al-Ikhwan Al-Muslimeen–The Muslim Brotherhood. Aref served on the executive board of the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s MSA, which demanded and obtained tax-funded Muslim foot baths at that university, a story I broke on this site last year. Also, two Muslim students at U-M Dearborn, Lola Elzein and Mohammed Fouad Abdallah, sent me violent rape and death threats.



Hebba Aref, Obama Whiner

Was Chief Islamic Proselytizer for Terrorist Front-Group

(University of Michigan-Dearborn Artwork by David Lunde/Lundesigns)

And Aref was not just any officer of the U-M Dearborn Muslim group. She was in charge of Dawa, or proselytizing, from 2000 to 2003 at the school. Yup, she was the chief “Conversion to Islam” officer at one of the most pan-Islamist college campuses in the country.

Shimaa Abdelfadeel’s Group Hosted Islamic Jihad Chief Sami Al-Arian

And Shimaa Abdelfadeel, the other woman allegedly excluded by the Obama campaign, was chair of SAFE, a University of Michigan-Ann Arbor group that hosted the 2002 Divestment Conference against Israel at which “Annihilate the Jews!” was chanted and Islamic Jihad founder Sami Al-Arian was keynote speaker. She’s the author of vehement anti-Israel vitriol and propaganda.
And, it’s in this vein, that Aref’s and Abdelfadeel’s whining about the Obama campaign rejecting her for a seat behind Obama at his rally seems suspicious. In the original Ben Smith article on the Politico, he cites few non-Muslim witnesses to this story. Isn’t that just a stunning coincidence that these women just so happen to be the ones singled out by the Obama campaign? Perhaps it did happen to both. But if so, the Obama campaign apologized and he’s more than over-pandered to them throughout his history. Yet, they’re still–predictably–whining about this.
And finally, these Muslims will still be voting for Obama. They have nowhere else to go. If Barack Obama gives in to anymore of their demands, he’s really a fool. They won’t be voting for McCain. And–despite their uninfluential (in determining the outcome) and exaggerated numbers at the polls–they won’t be sitting at home. They’ll be pulling the lever for Barack Hussein Obama.
How long until Aaron Klein/WorldNutDaily rip this off as an “exclusive”, violating my copyright? 3-2-1 . . . .

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June 19, 2008, - 11:33 am

ABSURD: Business Dress Codes are the New “Sexual Harassment ,” “Oppression” By Men

By Debbie Schlussel
Pity Christina Binkley. After a ton of articles during her history as the Wall Street Journal fashion writer, no-one noticed her reports on whether hemlines were up or down, ties in or out (they’re out, per future allies Obama and Ahmadinejad), and whether or not furs are still in.
But two recent columns she did write–about how the “Sex and the City” look is out at the office (unless you work in the creative fields) and how pantyhose are the new frump and are out (seen as a sign of old age, but sorry, I still wear them)–got her a ton of attention. And they got a lot of men at certain offices in trouble. The men have had to apologize, even while we hear Michelle Hussein Obama at ABC’s “The View” hagfest that she goes barelegged (again, TMI–and methinks she said it to look hip to younger female voters).


Dressing Like Them @ Work Is NOT a Civil Right

Ludicrous but true. Yup, the inmates are running the asylum. Ask your female employees not to dress like hos at 8:00 a.m., and you will be slapped with a lawsuit, if you don’t grovel to the hoseless hos.
The latest in women’s lib–the right to dress like a Hooters Girl in the executive sweet:

Jim Holt doesn’t see himself as a “Neanderthal Man,” but that’s one of the nicer names he’s been called since he expressed his view publicly, in this column, that panty hose are more professional than bare legs for working women.
Mr. Holt, president of Mid American Credit Union in Wichita, Kan., has become the poster man for a lingering part of the war between the sexes. “It is not just that he is clinging to antiquated notions of femininity; it is also that he thinks he has the right to mandate femininity — antiquated or otherwise — in the office environment. Didn’t we blow past that when we got the right to wear pants to work?” wrote Cyndi Lafuente, a Washington, D.C., tax attorney, in one of hundreds of messages I received. . . .
But when it comes to setting and enforcing dress codes in the workplace, it isn’t the message but the messenger. What might sound like a mentor’s advice coming from a woman can feel like oppression coming from a man. . . .
Tom Mills, managing partner of Winston & Strawn’s Washington, D.C., law office, was asked to make a firm-wide apology for complaining in this column that some young law associates’ work attire was based on “the TV-woman lawyer look with skirts 12 inches above the knee and very tight blouses.” The accuracy of his statement is on view at many law offices and courtrooms. Yet one law blog suggested that Winston’s female associates should buy burqas in response to Mr. Mills’s views. . . .
When a man acknowledges any awareness of a woman’s body — as implicitly occurs when he raises the topic of, say, a low-necked dress — his comments can be misinterpreted.
John B. Phillips Jr., an employment-law attorney with Miller & Martin, Chattanooga, Tenn., says our ability to discuss these topics across gender lines is “worse today than it’s ever been.” . . . People are more aware of discrimination and more worried about saying the wrong thing. . . .
As a lawyer, Mr. Phillips advises male clients to ask a woman to convey dress-code standards to women — or at least to have a woman in the room. Otherwise, he says, discussing attire and women’s bodies “can lead to charges of discrimination if the man is the enforcer of the dress code.”

Yet another sign of America’s steep decline.
But, hey, you can wear a belly shirt and Hello Kitty earrings to work. So, we’re far better off.

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June 19, 2008, - 11:06 am

Your Day in “The View” Ugliness, Esp. Airhead Faux-Conservative Hasselbeck

By Debbie Schlussel
I didn’t comment on how Michelle Hussein Obama, appearing yesterday on anti-male yenta-fest, “The View,” talked about how it’s good to be pretty and how she’s suddenly now proud of her country, or how she doesn’t wear pantyhose (TMI–classy future first lady material; Um, the previous Jackie O wouldn’t have engaged in such BS). But look at this photo of the woman so many clueless conservatives gush over–airhead faux-conservative Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Predictably, she gushed over Mrs. Obama, too, just as she gushes over Al Sharpton, Title IX, Affirmative Action, Snoop Dogg, etc. Rosie O’Donnell may have walked off the show, but she almost always had this vapidette for lunch. This morning, the classy bunch talked about the state of their pubic hair. Not making this up.
Let’s Hear it for the SistaZ! GrrrlPower!


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June 19, 2008, - 9:48 am

Had to Change Our Bumper Sticker ’08

By Debbie Schlussel
Readers will recall that, last year, Democratic operative James “Serpenthead” Carville (not to be confused with fake Republican Michael “Serpenthead” Chertoff) announced he was searching for new slogans and bumper stickers for the Democrats and the 2008 Presidential election. At that time, I asked Department of Homeland PhotoShop chief David Lunde of Lundesigns to produce this one for the person at the time who I thought would be the nominee.
But since I was wrong–as many of us were–I’ve asked David Lunde to make some changes on the bumper sticker. Here’s the new, updated version. It’s all about “changing with the times.” Yes we can. Thanks, David!


Copyright 2007

Bumper Sticker Concept by Debbie Schlussel, Artwork by David Lunde

Copyright 2008
Bumper Sticker Concept by Debbie Schlussel, Artwork by David Lunde

As you’ll notice, we didn’t have to come up with new theme songs for the Michelle Hussein Obama Presidency (let’s face it–as the Wall Street Journal reported, she’s runnin’ the show and Barack is along for the whipped ride):


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June 18, 2008, - 7:57 pm

Becky Hammon: More Evidensky That the Olympics Are a Fraud, Games Outlived Their “Purpose”

By Debbie Schlussel
Longtime readers of my work know that I am not a fan of the Olympic Games. This is despite the fact that I represented Olympic Silver Medalist Diver Scott Donie during the 1996 Olympic Games, as his agent and attorney. I’ve written a three-part series about why the Olympics is a cauldron of deceit and tyranny. (“What’s So Great About the Olympics? Nothing,” Part I, Part II, Part III)
In reality, the Games are not about international competition or peace and understanding, as they are billed. They are about promoting Anti-Americanism, Communism, Islamic terrorism, and Anti-Semitism. All of these things have been part and parcel of the Olympics throughout the last century. The International Olympic Committee still refuses to memorialize the slaughtered Israeli athletes who gave their lives at the 1972 Munich Games. The only good thing about the Olympics was the 1980 USA Hockey Team defeat of the Soviets in the semi-finals at Lake Placid, a glorious moment the world wishes to minimize, as does the Olympic Games governing structure.
That Was Then, This is Nowsky: American Becky Hammon . . .


. . . Is Now “Russian” Bekki Hammon

Now, there’s the issue of Becky Hammon, as yet another example of how fraudulent the Olympics is. Her story will shine the most attention on Olympic Women’s Basketball that it’s ever gotten and far more than it deserves. But it also sheds light on how fake the “international” aspect of the Olympics actually is.
Hammon–one of the few WNBA players who actually looks like a woman–was not chosen to play for Team USA. So, this blonde native daughter of South Dakota–who didn’t speak a word of Russian–chose to play basketball in Russia. They made her a quickie citizen. And, now–Strasveui, Bekki (“Hello, Becky” in Russian)–meet the newest Russian Olympic basketball player. She will be the only member of the team who doesn’t wear a Cross Your Heart Hammock, er . . . Bra. But even she has glammed down to look like a true WNBA, er . . . Russian basketball player.
This chick is as American as apple pie. She’s as much of a Russian as I’m from Fiji. And this is the BS of the Olympics. Athletes who don’t make it in their native country can now pick and choose.
The games aren’t amateur either, as they once were. That was the beauty of the USA Hockey Team’s 1980 win. They were true amateurs who slept on old prison cots at Lake Placid, against steroid-ridden professional Russian players. Now, everyone is a pro, with thousands to millions of dollars in sponsorships and lucrative advertising deals.
And since the athletes are neither amateurs nor real natives of the countries for which they play, what’s the point? No point, other than mucho dinero for Olympic athletes, the multi-billion dollar bloated Olympic bureaucracy, and NBC (which currently holds the broadcast rights).
No, there is nothing “Olympic” about the Olympic Games anymore.

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June 18, 2008, - 7:41 pm

Me on Michael Reagan Show Tonight

By Debbie Schlussel
I will be on the nationally syndicated “Michael Reagan Show,” tonight at approximately 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time. We’ll be discussing a number of issues in the news and on my site, including Barack Obamas outreach to Hezbollah agents, my review of “Get Smart,” etc. Listen Live.


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June 18, 2008, - 1:26 pm

Cool, Funny “Get Smart” – Early Review: Finally a Movie Plays Great Tribute to its TV Original

By Debbie Schlussel
As a longtime fan of “Get Smart,” I was dreading the new movie version. As a kid, I watched after school re-runs of the show in the late ’70s, after my Dad introduced me to the cult comedy classic that was one of his faves. The 1960s Mel Brooks/Buck Henry TV series parodied secret agent movies (like James Bond) during the Cold War and featured a forever screwing-up secret agent, Maxwell Smart, as its lead. I figured this would be yet another cool TV series that Hollywood ruined in a remake.


New “Get Smart” is Great Continuation of Old “Get Smart”

But happily, I was wrong about this latest silver screen incarnation. The movie is a great, updated, hilarious version of the ’60s TV show that plays fine tribute to Agents 86 and 99. In this version, 86 and 99 head to Europe to stop KAOS from its latest doomsday plot involving the development and use of nuclear weapons and its attempt to bomb Los Angeles and kill the President. The movie debuts in theaters on Friday.
I’m no fan of Steve Carell, but here, he does Don Adams proud in the movie, as does Anne Hathaway assuming Barbara Feldon’s role as the smart, sexy, feminine 99–though she’s somewhat more macho, doing karate kicks and other physical stuff. The other old characters are there, too: The Chief (well done by Alan Arkin), Agent Larrabee, Hymie the Robot–they’re all back.
Same for the KAOS v. CONTROL machinations, with KAOS chief, Conrad Siegfried and his top associate Shtarker. Even the old shoephone, the “cone of silence,” and the TV show’s catchy theme song make appearances. Max’s classic lines–“Missed it by that much” and “Would you believe . . .”–are also in there.
And there are some funny cameos–most notably Bill Murray. some conservatives may be offended by President James Caan’s caricature of George W. Bush. But it’s no lie that he can’t correctly pronounce “nuclear.” And there’s something in it for us, too. The best line in the movie is when the head of KAOS, Siegfried, is told by his portly consiglieri, Shtarker, that his plot to bomb Los Angeles would “kill all those movie stars.” Siegfried’s sarcastic response:

Yes, what will we do without their razor sharp political advice?

Another great update: Department of Homeland Security and CIA officials are portrayed as the usual buffoons that they are.
One difference from the old “Get Smart,” is that in this movie, Agent 99 is the experienced agent, and Maxwell Smart is just starting out. She’s sort of “the man” in this relationship–unfortunately an accurate update that reflects too much of today’s matriarchal society. We see Max go from analyst to agent. Hilarious is that he passes the agent test with flying colors, especially the essay on existentialism, which he left blank.
The movie is fun, light, escapist stuff that going to the movies is supposed to be about. Although it’s almost two hours, it goes by fast. Not all of the jokes succeed, but the majority of them do. Even the few groanworthy ones aren’t that groanworthy.
I could have done without Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, as new character, Agent 23. He added nothing to the movie. But the other new additions–including two geeky technology wiz types–added to the update of “Get Smart” from the shoe-phone of the ’60s to the cellphones, computers, lasers, and other gadgets of today.
Overall, it’s a funny and entertaining movie and far better than the terrible silver screen “Get Smart” flicks with Adams and Feldon–1980’s “The Nude Bomb” (minus Feldon) and 1988’s “Get Smart Again!” Carell was born to play this role.
One bit of advice, though: Don’t take young kids. There are a couple of suggestive situations and even a nude butt. Adams’ first “Get Smart” movie–the silly “The Nude Bomb”–featured a bomb that eliminated everyone’s clothes. So, this new movie is, in many ways, tame and far milder in comparison.
Exit question: Do you know agent 99’s real name? In one episode of the TV show, she says it’s “Susan Hilton,” but later implies that it really isn’t. Either way, it’s not revealed in this movie.

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June 18, 2008, - 1:13 pm

Axis of Evil Holds Clubhouse Meeting

By Debbie Schlussel
Hugo Chavez and the ailing Fidel Castro had a mutual love-fest, yesterday. But strangely no-one is providing photos, which must mean Castro is in his last throes, if he’s even still alive.
Details here. Below is a pic of their 2006 extremist-palooza.


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