Friday, January 27, 2006

Psychos-R-Us Cruise Line


It has come to our attention here at Pyschos-R-Us Cruise Line that there are many people suffering from a very cruel disease known as Extreme Liberal Disorder. Most people that suffer from this disease come from the Northeast but there are exceptions. This disorder causes people to suffer from paranoid delusions, to believe in conspiracy theories and to say many incoherent things. We realize that the people who have this disorder are victims and are not responsible for the ridiculous things that come out of their mouths.


So Psychos-R-Us has come up with a solution for this problem. We are offering a special cruise for these "special" people. We will provide lots of drugs to help with the paranoid delusions and lots of therapy. The therapy will include hours of listening to Laura Ingraham, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity to help thinking to be more grounded in the truth. We will also provide classes in the actual teachings of the constitution and other founding documents so as not to be confused with the normal psychobabble of believing in a living, breathing constitution. That psychobabble eventually leads to the incoherent things that come out of their mouths.


The benefits to this cruise are twofold. The liberal disorder patients have likeminded people they can interact with who will understand them. And the rest of the world will be spared from having to listen to the rantings and ravings of people with this disease. It is a win, win for everyone.

Many prominent people who have this disorder have already signed up. First we have Cindy Sheehan. Her time in the spotlight was coming to an end anyway and her and her pal Harry Belafonte enjoy traveling out of the country.It is our hope that if they are away from News reports about the President they will be able to calm down.


Helen Thomas is so miffed that W won't take her questions that she is ready to get away as well. And Tipper Gore is an expert in mental health and thus was the first to notice the deterioration in her husband Al. Al's latest incoherent speech was about the Canadian elections but he wasn't the only one upset. So was Micheal Moore who has been needing a cruise for sometime.

We can't remember the last time Jimmy Carter said something coherent so his trip is long overdue.
And the Senate has recently enacted a "sanity test" and Ted Kennedy and John Kerry both failed. As a result they will be joining us as well.

We are sure there will be a high demand for tickets on this cruise. We know that there is a high number of people suffering from this disorder. So get your tickets now, while they are still available :-).

SOURCES:
Kookville Picture and John Kerry link--Rush Limbaugh
Other Links from Suzie and Gateway Pundit

Hat Tip to Rebekah who had a similar post awhile back.

36 comments:

ABFreedom said...

LOL .. LMC, will they be offering koolaid on that trip? ... certainly hope so, that disorder in some people can be terminal. Gore was slammed up here for his comments because he doesn't know our rules, and it was an outright lie. No corporation can make a political contribution of more then $1000.00 to any political campaign here. So what he spewed was totally false and only backfired.

Michael Moore? ... well no one listens to that idiot anyway, it's funny how he got the food out of his mouth long enough to make a comment.

Patty-Jo said...

Great post! I'm assuming the ship will merely cut circles in the ocean and not actually go anywhere. Too many changes too fast can be dangerous after all. ;-)

Revka said...

this is great! ha!!
You picked the best ones... Great job!!!

Fish said...

One ship ain't gonna be near enough but you've got a great start.

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

ABF: Great to hear about Gore being slammed :-). I'm thankful for all I've learned from your blog.

Patty-Jo: Thanks for your comments and for stopping by.

Rebecca: Thanks :-).

Fish: Great point :-)!!

Jeffersonian said...
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Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Jeffersonian: I would love to explain it. I read lots of Presidential biographies during the 90's and my first initial perception of Carter was that he was a good guy who was just a bad president.

But then during most of Clinton's presidency Jimmy Carter was silent. I kept waiting for this former "Christian" president to be outraged over scandal after scandal that happened. He said nothing (he may have said something about the Marc Rich pardon but to me that was too little too late).

So I assumed that he was following the presidential etiquette rule of former presidents not criticizing current presidents. Then the day George W. Bush took office Carter launched these extreme attacks at him. I was so upset. He wasn't morally outraged over all the scandals but he's going to attack W over policy differences. And he keeps talking!!! His policy of appeasement would get us all killed but he continues to smugly lecture Bush and everybody else about how superior his failed policies are.

Plus in reading further I see all the damage he did while he was in office. If he stuck to Habitat for Humanity and wasn't going around the world lecturing on how awful the U.S. is because we don't believe in appeasement I might still have some respect for him.

Anyway I don't know about everybody else but that is the reason why Jimmy Carter makes me mad.

Hope that helps.

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Jeffersonian: Also, thanks for stopping by.

Jeffersonian said...
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Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Jeffersonian:

Pinpointing exactly what it is I don't like about Carter. It is almost hard to say because it has developed over time. Like I said I used to think that he was one of the few decent democrats left before they became extremely liberal.

I think what bothers me the most is that he thinks his "appeasement philosophy" is the answer to everything. He then thinks more of himself than he should by sticking his nose into everything. More than being just critical of W he seems to be very critical of the U.S. period and wants us to be weak appeasers like Europe.

George Bush Sr. could've been extremely critical of Clinton and he never was. That was more respectful than one would expect and I wish Clinton and Carter would take a lesson.

I understand that Carter has different views than W and doesn't want to be silent. I can relate to that. But it really irks me when you undermine our president and our country when we are at war. Especially since in my opinion W is protecting our country and Carter didn't.

I just said this in my Reagan post. "Why do you think the hostages were released the day Reagan took office? Because the Iranians knew Reagan wouldn't be an appeaser like Carter." "Peace through strength!"

Patrick Joubert Conlon said...

That was hilarious, LMC. Talk about a Shipof Fools!

I also enjoyed your comments about Carter. I don't have the patience to explain why I can't stand the man other than that he just seems like an older version of Al Gore - stupid and phony.

Mark said...

Hey! I recobonise that ship! That's Carnival Cruise lines! I took my cruise on their biggest ship, at the time. It isn't their biggest ship anymore. but It was fun, and yes, there were a lot of people from the North East U S on it.

Mark said...

Did anyone hear that Michael Moore is wanted by the law in Canada? Apparently, he tried to influence Canadians to vote Liberal, which in Canada is a violation of their law that states people who are not citizens of Canada, are not allowed to try to influence the voting decisions of Canadian citizens.

jgf said...

LOL! The comments are right--you'll need more ships. But you've got a good start!

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

LMC: Whilst on this cruise, perhaps we can get the same four Palestine Liberation Front terrorists who hijacked the Achille Lauro in October of 1985 and pushed the disabled 69-year-old Leon Klinghoffer, in his wheelchair, to provide us the same courtesy with regard to Harry, Jimmy, Teddy, Mikey, Helen, Johnny and Big Al the Kiddie's Pal.

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Patrick: Yes, ship of fools :-).

Mark: Hadn't heard that about Moore but doesn't surprise me. We will gladly deport him to be arrested though :-).

Jgf: Yes, wonder how many ships we would need.

BZ: Sounds good to me.

How funny that while I was over commenting on your blog you were over here commenting on mine.

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

A Jacksonian: without flaming you, I'll respond in this fashion and hope others read this as well.

I lived through the 50's, 60's, 70's, 80's, 90's, etc. So I can clearly recall that I will never, EVER forgive Carter for these two things during his term:

1. Signing the Panama Canal Treaty on 09-07-1977 which gave control of the Panama Canal back to Panama in 1999. This country funded, planned and enabled the canal to be completed. Over 27,000 people died during its construction. Stupid move Jimmy, stupid move.

2. Enabling 125,000 Marielitos to enter the United States in 1980. The criminal and mental element exploded in Florida and beyond. I can remember "lipping Cubans" in 1980 and 1981.

Carter was naive. A nice naval officer perhaps, but naive. He has only gotten more ridiculous with age. He should stick to hammering nails.

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

BZ: Great addition to the Jimmy Carter discussion. Thanks.

Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

01 28 06

You are in rare form Miss Chatterbox! Lord Jesus, I am up late now and am laughing my ass off!!!! I especially like the one of the Bloviating Michael Moore. You know, he is one of the most dispicable and obvious poster children of the left. Maybe he, Sheehan and Pelosi can get together and make an album or something. You know what I will have to send my Grandpa Butch and my Father in law, Papa Tom to your deliberalizing academy, cuz they won't listen to me!!! Good and funny post. I could tell you did a hell of a lot of work and research in putting it together, in addition to adding your delightful wit. This is impressive!!!

Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

01 28 06

And BZ I too appreicate your Carter information. The fallout from what he did with the Panama Canal is stil being felt to this day. And aren't the Chinese in control of it now???!!! This is what happens when idealistic liberals get to impose their idea of Utopia on the world...Oh and my Auntie Susie and Pete Nice (before he died) are/were very active in Habitat and they went to Mexico and met him. Apparently he is a very nice man with lots of liver spots!

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Mahndisa: Glad you enjoyed this :-). That is neat about your Aunt.

Gayle said...

BZ beat me to it. That is exactly why I will never forgive Carter. This is not a flame: I truly do believe Jimmy Carter is not very bright.

Exellent post, LMC! And funny too! Thanks for it.

jgf said...

BTW, I finally got my links up to date and you are on there now...

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Gayle & Jgf: Thanks!!

Assorted Babble by Suzie said...

THIS IS SO HILARIOUS!!! Now IF ONLY they will get on board and go away for good!! (LOL) We may get lucky perhaps a Titanic?
However w/flip flops they will not be able to decide how to, what, when, and where...moonbats without a clue or an idea.

P.S. Thanks for linking me and all the sweet birthday wishes!!! (smiling)

Lone Pony said...

I've thought about doing something like this, but I couldn't stand the thought of Michael Moore's face on my blog. Ewwwwwwww Hilarious LMC!

Rebekah said...

LOL - too funny!

James Manning said...

Ahhh, a little Rightie Comedy. This is really good Chatter. Glad to see that someone on the right actually has a sense of humor:)

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

Suzie: You're welcome!

LP: Yah, Michael Moore's face is pretty scary thats why I opted for the cartoon instead :-).

Rebekah: Glad you liked it. I was thinking about what to put in this post for over a week.

James: You are my comedic mentor :-).

James Manning said...

Glad to know I've inspired some quality left-bashing. And based on the number of comments, you are off to a good start. Trust me, there is no shortage of material. If I were a rightie I'd fire on Howard Dean every chance I got.

But tomorrow is when we get our best shot at politicians. I'm going to bash bush really good after his state of the union address. I already know what he's going to say. It should be funny. Then you'll have the response - like anyone ever listens to them - but they make for good comedic material.

Mike's America said...

Did you see the latest EIB photo illustration in the Limbaugh Letter?

It's got Dean, Pelosi, Hillary and Kerry raising the white flag like the famous statue of Marines at Iwo Jima.

James Manning said...

thanks for the link LMC. I've been laughing all morning.

The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

I truly do believe Jimmy Carter is not very bright.

Gayle...you're not accusing a former President of the United States of America of being a pea(nut)brain, are you? Oh, the vile and venom of the Right!

Funny stuff, Chatterbox.

Mr. Grey Ghost said...

The Michael Moore cartoon more than made my day. Great post LMC!

CBC Sparks Director said...

Heard a good (and unintentional) quote tonight on a news clip tonight.

"After the State of the Union, the Democrats will make their comments and THEN the experts will speak ..."

Little Miss Chatterbox said...

James: I think I'll skip the Bush bashing post.

I'm glad you enjoyed the link :-). I was hoping you would.

Mike: Rush comes up with great stuff!!

Wordsmith: Thanks for your comments and for stopping by.

GG: Thanks!!

CBC: Love that. Thanks for sharing :-).