March 5, 2013, - 4:04 pm

HILARIOUS VIDEO: Obama Hollywood Dumbasses on Sequestrations

By Debbie Schlussel

This is pretty funny because it’s so accurate. You know these morons are all Obama voters (if they voted). And at least one of ’em is honest enough to admit it.

Bleepin’ idiots. “Ain’t that America?”


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26 Responses

He’s right! Most of the audience IS lying!

Alan on March 5, 2013 at 4:32 pm

“I just voted fo’ him ’cause he black!” So by that rationale, she would vote for a street pimp running for office! And we’re falling down the rabbit hole even further…

Alan on March 5, 2013 at 4:38 pm

Kind of fitting that there’s a Pampers ad on this post.

Little Al on March 5, 2013 at 4:53 pm


DS_ROCKS! on March 5, 2013 at 5:04 pm

I wonder if the sassy sista and her pal “Miss Thang” would vote for Robert Mugabe just because he is black? Or the thug that dictatorially rules Equitorial Guinea?

Stevie Wonder put out a great album in early 1980/1981 called “Hotter Than July” and one of the songs sticks with me (in a sour way) because he happily sings (on the song that actually mentions the album’s title) “…peace has come to Zimbabwe…”. WRONG! FAIL! NOT TRUE.

It’s not 1981 anymore but Robert Mugabe and his “peace” are still entrenched in Zimbabwe. Not that SW was ever called out on his mistake. Or that the tyrant is taken to task for his atrocities. He must not have the capacity to be a tyrant because he is black!! Yes, that’s the ticket!


Skunky on March 5, 2013 at 5:33 pm

    I remember that Wonder song – indeed, the album’s title was derived from a lyric in the very song that also contained the “peace has come to Zimbabwe” line . . . “Master Blaster (Jammin’).”

    Oh, and speaking of tyrants . . . I’m sure I’d speak for many when saying, R.I.H. Hugo Chavez (friend of Ahmadinejad, financier of FARC narco-terrorists, and all that jazz).

    ConcernedPatriot on March 5, 2013 at 6:45 pm

I’m so thankful I got parents who raised me not to be a bitter, angry hater nor judge people by the colour of their skin, which is why I won’t make any assumptions or use racial epithets purely based on these young womens’ pigmentation.

A non-native English speaker of Arab extraction. on March 5, 2013 at 5:46 pm

    Who asked you, towel head? I am sure you make plenty of judgements when it comes to Jews.

    Jonathan E. Grant on March 5, 2013 at 6:27 pm

Towel head, eh? Quod erat demonstrandum, Jonathan.

Also, I have no qualms with Jews, or anyone of a different faith. I only judge those who judge others.

A non-native English speaker of Arab extraction. on March 5, 2013 at 6:46 pm

    Yeah, TowelHead. Not only would you as an Arab hate Jews but you also don’t feel so non-judgy about Black people either. You know what Abeed/Abed means.

    Stop acting as if you’re above it all. Your type of judgement is the worst because 1) you lie about it and 2) because it is the most base. You’re just agro because we have you sussed.

    (Thank you CP on your post on the SW album! You are correct! πŸ˜€ )

    Skunky on March 5, 2013 at 7:10 pm

    “I only judge those who judge others.” That means that you’re both an imbecile and a hypocrite.

    DS_ROCKS! on March 5, 2013 at 7:50 pm

I’m pretty sure that my reply would make zero impact as you seem pertinacious about your contention and pugnacious in your approach, but regardless I’ll indulge you.

I don’t hate. Hate and distrust are fuelled by bitterness and anxiety. As a person of colour I know what it is like to be discriminated against and judged on the basis of my race (as you so astutely did). I don’t like religion per se (including, yes, Islam) but I don’t insult anyone’s faith. As for abd/abeed, I’ve been against these words for a long time, way before Debbie mentioned it, and I do not use them in my daily vernacular. It’s not that they are viewed as slaves, it’s the word used to refer to people of African extraction — and no, this does NOT make it any better. It’s sickening but most don’t realise how sickening it is. I am not making excuses, either.

I am not acting holier than thou. I am a mere human being with a different opinion. Do I agree with the views expressed? No, but I’ve been courteous and polite in my approach. Also, despite my disagreement, this IS Debbie’s site and it is her right to delete my comments if she so wishes.

A non-native English speaker of Arab extraction. on March 5, 2013 at 7:28 pm

    Almost nothing annoys me more than liars and hypocrites who claim they do not “hate”. I have always hated and I like to hate. Hatred is a very powerful tool when directed properly. Those who say they don’t hate are annoying liars and hypocrites. Hatred is only an amoral thing when directed at an undeserving quarry.

    When someone bleats that they “do not hate” I know they hate deeper and harder than I ever could. I would almost envy them as I embrace hatred. But their sanctimony is always a turn off. I will NEVER lie about my hatred.

    The only people who were judging by race (on this thread) are the two “sistas” who voted for Obama-Putin just because he is black. My comments on wondering if they would vote for Mugabe or Teodoro Obiang for the same reason were COMPLETELY lost on you.

    The only thing easier than lying about hatred one supposedly doesn’t feel is to blame phantasmagorical raaaaaaaacism. It’s dumb and easy and cheap and I HATE that!

    Skunky on March 5, 2013 at 9:03 pm

      “When someone bleats that they β€œdo not hate” I know they hate deeper and harder than I ever could.”

      Well stated and so true.

      DS_ROCKS! on March 5, 2013 at 10:02 pm


I’m sure you’re a lovely person non-native especially on blogs which contrast so nicely with the purity of your dress. How lucky we are to be graced with your magnificence.

I was so happy to see you get so excited about the word “methinks” the last time I read you.
Methinks, you like thinks. A little native joke πŸ˜‰

Even though many of your brethren spend most of their time busying themselves with the loathsome pretense that they have only constructive criticism for an America they would otherwise tolerate if it wasn’t corrupted by Zionist Jews I want you to know that I in no way judge you to be like them.
Not at all – I’m quite sure you’re here because you’ve always had a magnetic attraction to outspoken Jews and conservatives more “judge-mental” than yourself.

I also want to assure you that whatever color you assume to own is irrelevant to me. In fact I wouldn’t even mind if you left it out of your posts entirely but only if that leaves you with enough to talk about πŸ˜‰

Let us be your guides on this journey towards self discovery non-native.

Frankz on March 5, 2013 at 9:40 pm

Morgan Freeman admitted to voting for the annointed one because he was black as well and didn’t suffer any consequences in his professional life. Unlike Tim Tebow and the double standard. What a sad sad state of affairs this country has got itself to. Maxine Waters could help some of these morons with their math as well.
Not surprising at all.
Good routine Jimmy has.
I am so tired of trolls playing around on this site and all over the net, trying the race card at every opportunity. Own up to your shortcomings, they are many.
Skunky is right as hell about the whiney hostile hypocrites. I wish a sequester would wild them and their families. Sequesters are not nice. That poor womans mother was killed by one! Lol.

samurai on March 5, 2013 at 10:08 pm

The moment I saw that on Kimmel’s show last night, it occurred to me that if Herman Cain had wound up being the republican candidate, that woman probably would have voted for him, based on the fact that his skin is a slightly darker shade than Obama’s. My guess is that she also probably cannot name the current vice president, or governor of whatever state she’s from.

Irving on March 5, 2013 at 11:59 pm

I haven’t been able to watch the video, as I live in the UK, but from the comments I gather that it is OK – PC-wise – to say you voted for someone simply because they were black. But presumably it would be doubleplusungood to say you voted for someone simply because they were white?

Although – and here is a PC dilemma – would it be OK for someone who wasn’t white to say they voted for someone simply because they were white?

I am glad I don’t have to decide these things.

And re hate… Psalm 97:10 says: “O you lovers of the true God, hate what is bad.”

So we should, we must, hate what is bad. We must hate what our Creator, the God of Abraham, says is bad, and love what he says is good.

As you say Debbie, hatred is a very powerful tool IF directed properly. It can really help to keep us on the road to life.

For example: “Falsehood I have hated, and I do keep detesting it. Your law I have loved.” – Psalm 119:163

If we really hate falsehood, as our Creator does, we will try to be truthful in all our dealings. Not easy, in a world system run by “the father of the lie”.

But should we ever hate each other? After all, we are all brothers and sisters, all the children of Adam, with an even closer common ancestor in Noah.

sue on March 6, 2013 at 3:17 am

    Excellent post, Sue. I especially liked your Biblical references and doubleplusungood. Too good!

    These are creepy time and it’s been grey here in NE so I have been into creepy things lately. I was thinking of creepy songs (and things) and the first one to pop into my head was The Eurythmics “For The Love Of Big Brother~1984 Soundtrack”. It’s a forgotten CD (unfortunately) and out of print but it is very good if you like creepy music as I do. “DoublePlusGood” is the creepiest song on the CD (and my favourite) and I remember hearing it years ago…in the dead of night (on a college station). It creeped me out but I loved it just the same! πŸ˜›

    Skunky on March 6, 2013 at 11:46 am

      Thanks for appreciating my bit of Newspeak Debbie. And thanks to George Orwell for giving us the vocabulary to discuss the world we find ourselves living in.

      sue on March 7, 2013 at 3:31 am

I always look forward to Debbie’s replay of Kimmel,s man-on-the-street humorous testimony of the ignorance of some people who contrive to appear intelligent only to display how ill informed they are.

Rochelle on March 6, 2013 at 8:11 am

None of that tops U.S. Congresswoman Maxine Waters (D-Ca), who warned in a recent interview that the sequester would cause 170 million jobs to be lost.

There are only 140 million jobs in America.

Sta t us MoNk ey on March 6, 2013 at 8:38 am

The most confusing question of the day is how far Obama’s willing to go with his lies about the sequester fallout. According to a report this afternoon, the president said sequestration cut-backs have forced him to move his mother-in-law out of the White House.

Holly on March 6, 2013 at 3:27 pm

the new America – unbelievable!

lib hater on March 7, 2013 at 1:12 am

Les Sequesterables….ummm stoopid people should not be allowed to breed, live or vote. It would be nice to see one person interviewed have a clue to what the Sequester is, it would be a nice contrast to the utter dumb-asses interviewed. God save us!

Steve Epps on March 7, 2013 at 8:40 am

Yeah Yeah Yeah Yawn! There were/are plenty of other ethnicities who voted against him because he was black. So shut it and move on!

Big D on March 7, 2013 at 6:30 pm

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