Boob Belt Fever: The Movie

It should be referred to as the "no boob belt". With all the dough she spends trying to look like a female, she should have acquired some expensive implants to match that ginormous ass.

Posted by ck at February 27, 2014 10:45 PM

Ya know, from some angles GWB did look like a chimpanzee. And??

Mockery of political opponents based on physical appearance is disgusting. It's what I would expect from foul mouthed lefties, and am constantly horrified to find on "conservative" sites.

Do you think swing voters, many of whom have the same features you mock, or whose family and friends do, are impressed? What the devil is a woman with similar physique, or her husband or children to think of conservatives? Do you think such mockery convinces them of the essential underlying kindness and fairness of conservatism?

Posted by Fred Z at February 28, 2014 7:03 AM

Fred, get a grip. That short little film is directed at one person and one person only and she's fair game for ridicule.

Posted by Jack at February 28, 2014 7:19 AM

I read "Boob Felt Bever". I don't want to know what it means.

Posted by David McKinnis at February 28, 2014 8:06 AM

I’d like to thank Gerard for this un-official Oscar nomination. It is truly unexpected. Once again, my film was snubbed by the Academy, the Sundance Film Festival and even the first, historic, White House Student Film Festival. Ok, I’m not a student, butt with my pull here in the Big White and my obvious expertise in technology, I thought I’d be a shoe in.

Posted by MOTUS at February 28, 2014 8:10 AM

Thanks for the concern, Fred. I'm sure you and Sarah Palin's reputation are in full agreement with that.

Meanwhile on Planet Reality, public mockery of a political rival's looks is as old as mankind itself.

Your assignment for today is to detail for us the number of elections the Left has lost in the last fifty years because of mocking the appearance of a GOP opponent.

Funny how every election year, the Right is never ever supposed to engage in campaign behavior that is the default behavior for the Left.

Posted by B at February 28, 2014 8:12 AM

Alinsky works for us now!

Posted by MOTUS at February 28, 2014 9:49 AM

"Boob" has nothing to do with anatomy. It's a state of mind.

Posted by jsbrodhead at February 28, 2014 9:59 AM

Why in the world would anyone want to feel a beavers boobs?

Posted by ghostsniper at February 28, 2014 12:43 PM


The short film is directed at Michelle Obama, who is a thief, a liar, a disbarred lawyer, a crook, a monster, a baby killer and more. What the fuck does her physical appearance have to do with any of those?

B: Sarah Palin was insulted as to appearance by assholes so vile that the only proper recourse is physical violence. Is that you B? Should leftists want to dream of physical violence against you and other conservatives for gross insults about appearance?

Let me repeat: Conservatives are polite. Is that too hard for you? Perhaps you should join the Democratic party.

Posted by Fred Z at February 28, 2014 8:03 PM

By her own admission, all Michelle ever wanted to be was famous. She wants to be put forth as an example of fitness and beauty, it's not like her First Lady cause is literacy or animal rescue. Her only desire is to be in the limelight in fabulous attire, and to be seen as a fashion icon. She has so earned every bit of derision that in this instance, I politely if quietly concur: she's fair game.

Posted by Joan of Argghh! at February 28, 2014 9:27 PM

Joan: "Her only desire is to be in the limelight in fabulous attire, and to be seen as a fashion icon."

Fine. Say so. Don't make direct and veiled references to her physical appearance.

I've often been to your web-site. No photo. Why? Because you know the lefties would make the same asshole comments about you that I'm criticizing here. Nobody has a perfect body. Nobody.

The video's title is "Boob Belt Fever: The Movie". Mrs. Obama is a large woman with a thick waist and small "boobs", and she apparently tries to improve her appearance with high waisted belts. I repeat: What the fuck does that have to do with her politics and morals?

Posted by Fred Z at February 28, 2014 10:03 PM

@Fred Z: "Veiled references to her physical appearance".

Veiled? Hardly. Up front, in-her-face and totally appropriate given the inappropriateness of the current first lady.

Posted by creeper at March 1, 2014 5:41 AM

Let me repeat: Conservatives are polite. Is that too hard for you? Perhaps you should join the Democratic party.


Oh, man. What color is the sky in your world?

What else are conservatives supposed to be? Thrifty? Brave?, Pensive? Stoic? Nonplussed? About 5'8"? Determined? Astonished? Melancholy? Sedate? Galvanized? Scotch Guarded?

Nice to know that Shut Up and Get In Line is still not the sole province of the Left. What are your thoughts on teenagers dancing?

My apologies for failing to live up to your Conservative Standards template. I'll hurl myself from a high place as soon as I find time today.

I am a bit puzzled by your rage and belief that insults about one's appearance are worthy of fisticuffs. The vast majority of folks reach adulthood with the understanding that, of the reasons for resorting to violence, responding to physical insults with violence is the province of small children and moronic young men in county lockup.

As for the Democratic Party, I'm afraid I'm not a good fit what with my political stance being a few inches to the right of Ayn Rand.

Posted by B at March 1, 2014 12:17 PM