Wild And Crezzy Guys: A Comprehensive Collection Of The Lucrative Art Of Wingnuttery


Were such things here as we do speak about?
Or have we eaten on the insane root
That takes the reason prisoner?


Your children shall be kings.


You shall be king.

No, no, no. Obama shall be king! And as King Obama gets set to have his way with the NRA, the crezzy conservaworld is unfolding before our eyes:

diamond The Mississippi gov’na says he ain’t abidin’ by no stinkin’ Obama gun order:

We’re standing against the federal government taking away our civil liberties.

It worked out so well last time, why not try it again, gov!

And, by God, he is joined by sheriffs here and there and in Eastern Kentucky:

My office will not comply with any federal action which violates the United States Constitution or the Kentucky Constitution which I swore to uphold,” said Jackson County Sheriff Denny Peyman. “Let them pull that stuff in other places if they want, but not in Jackson County, Kentucky.”

And, of course, Oklahoma—where crezzies rule the roost—has something to say about all this:



Introduced by Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm is the Oklahoma 2nd Amendment Preservation Act. Senate bill 548 (SB548) would nullify any and all federal acts, orders, laws, statutes, rules, or regulations of the federal government on personal firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition.

And, obviously, with Republicans firmly in control here in Missouri, we have this:

Gun bill would uphold Missouri right to bear arms, despite executive orders from federal government

Show Me how nuts you are!


diamond And speaking of Missouri, wouldn’t you know it that a Missouri company—MidwayUSA, located in Columbia—is a big-time player in the NRA’s attempt to arm the entire country, so that gun and ammo manufacturers can grow rich.

MidwayUSA is responsible for putting millions of dollars into NRA coffers, and what does MidwayUSA get in return? As The Center for Public Integrity put it:

MidwayUSA is a Missouri company well known among gun enthusiasts for its firearms accessories: the company website boasts that the firm stocks “Just about everything for shooting, reloading, gunsmithing and hunting.”

These wares include high-capacity magazines similar to those used in the Arizona shooting spree that enabled the accused assailant to kill six people and wound 14 others — including Rep. Gabrielle Giffords — by rapidly firing a fusillade of shots without pausing to reload.

Somebody’s got to enable the killers, right?


diamond Speaking of ammo, Dick Cheney’s daughter, Elizabeth, told Sean Hannity Thursday night:

I’d really like to see a president, frankly, who’s as dedicated to disarming al-Qaeda, as President Obama seems to be to disarming law-abiding American citizens, frankly.

Frankly, as Peter Bergen of CNN reported last June—after bin Laden became a guppy groupie in the North Arabian Sea:

Under President Barack Obama, CIA drone strikes have killed 15 of the most important players in al-Qaeda…

Dear Liz: O doesn’t bother with disarming the bastards.


diamond From The Raw Story:

A Republican lawmaker in California who disagrees with President Barack Obama’s effort to prevent mass shootings says that guns are an “absolutely essential” part of God’s plan.

God, always on the lookout for efficient ways of killing, has apparently embraced, uh, assault weapons. Hallelujah!


diamond Salon.com’s reporting on a new survey of the crezzies:

Poll: 64 percent of Republicans think Obama’s hiding info about his past

The other 36% of Republicans could not answer this survey because they were too busy gathering supplies for their Glenn Beck-suggested “72 Hour Kit for Emergency Preparedness.” Don’t forget the toilet paper!


diamond Rush Limbaugh says:

You know how to stop abortion? Require that each one occur with a gun.

He’s so clever. No wonder he makes $50 million a year.


diamond Speaking of clever:

Karl Rove has renewed his contract with Fox News through 2016, it was announced on Thursday.

Now, given how Rove embarrassed himself and Fox on election night, that‘s clever.


diamond From the he-won’t-go-away file:

Conservative host Glenn Beck and “historian” David Barton on Tuesday…suggested that history proved that school shootings could be prevented if all elementary school children were armed.

That “history” is about “this guy from New England” in the 1850s who wanted to kill a teacher out West but was stopped by the kiddies because, as Glenn Beck’s personal historian said:

There was no shooting because all the kids — we’re talking in elementary school — all the kids pull their guns out and says, ‘We like our teacher, you shoot our teacher, we’ll kill you.’”

Boy, those McGuffey readers made kids so much smarter back then!


diamond From the impossible-to-believe file:

A good Samaritan who harbored six terrified survivors of the Sandy Hook massacre has been singled out by conspiracy theorists accusing him of being a liar and an actor.

God help us, these nuts actually have a website where they can share their paranoia, if not their insanity:

sandy hook hoax


diamond Bob Beauprez, a former Republican congressman from Colorado turned columnist for the popular conservative outlet Townhall.com, wrote a column titled,

Muslim Brotherhood in the White House

Needless to say, there is exactly zero evidence in the column to support that headline or to support the column’s claim that the Muslim Brotherhood “has placed operatives and sympathizers inside the U.S. military.”

But for conservatives, all that is needed is a claim. That gets the gullible on the right all juiced up and ready to spend money—on books, at websites,or wherever a fear-salesman sets up shop—in a vain attempt to satisfy their anti-Obama addiction.

Here is one such juiced-up commenter on the piece:

Lets help these ragheads meet their prophet. A bunch of demoturd congresspervs, senaturds, and members of barrys regimme should go with them as ambassadors.

That feller likely has every book Ann Coulter has ever written.


diamond From the Nazi file:

Whole Foods founder and CEO John Mackey says he regrets comparing Obamacare to “fascism,” but remains critical of the president’s health care reform law.

Thanks for clearing that up, boss.

Meanwhile, Matt Drudge used these two photos to let his crezzy followers know what direction this whole gun thing is heading:

drudge and hitler

The idea here, you see, is that President Obama, during the kickoff of his anti-mass-killing campaign, was, like Stalin and Hitler, using children as props, which leads me to Michelle Malkin:


diamond One would think that the crezzy Michelle—a Catholic’s Catholic and perhaps one of the most hate-filled human beings on the crezzy right—would have her popish hands full condemning her church for tolerating priestly child abuse.Michelle

But nope, she has a rather unique conception of child abuse, as she demonstrated while commenting on President Obama’s event featuring school kids:

What these Democrats do is use children very cynically to try and deflect accountability for their actions and in this case very imperial actions on the part of the president. And I consider it a form of child abuse and political malpractice, very toxic.

And that’s how those pedophile priests were able to get away with their crimes: conservative Catholics think Democrats trying to save kids from mass-murderers are the real child abusers!

Problem is, as CNN archives remind us, Bush, Jr., used crumb crunchers to alert us to the evils of stem-cell research:

cnn and bush and stem cell

Look at that child abuser! Shame on him!


diamond President Obama undertakes one of the boldest efforts in modern times to change the tide of mass killings in our country, an effort that has caused some on the right to call for a civil war, for God’s sake, and GOP Hispanic poster child and still wet-behind-the-Senate-ears Marco Rubio says Obama lacks “political courage.”

He thinks he is ready to be president, of course.


diamond I thought Reagan’s former Attorney General, Ed Meese, was dead. But apparently only his brain has passed away:

A former U.S. attorney general has warned that impeachment is an option for members of Congress who believe that President Obama is infringing on the Second Amendment.


diamond Finally, NRA honcho, Chris Cox, wrote to NRA members:

…the fact is, despite their statements, the main goal of the gun banners in Congress is not to make schools safer, but to ban your guns and abolish every last sacred right you have under the Second Amendment..until they reduce your freedom to ashes.

Your NRA-ILA is fighting every hour of every day to hold the line, but there is no way we can win without your full and active participation RIGHT NOW.

Oh, yeah, by the way:

So please, whatever you can afford to give NRA-ILA right now, I need you to do it. Whether it’s as little as $10, or as much as $150 or more, every single dollar will go toward winning this once-in-a-generation battle to save our Second Amendment freedom. AND EVERY SINGLE DOLLAR YOU GIVE TODAY COUNTS!

Separating the gullible crezzies from their money, when it comes down to it, is what all this is about and mostly why there is so much crezzy to report.



  1. Silly Matt Drudge: Doesn’t he know that one simply can not be both Hitler and Stalin? Drudge needs to pick an ideology for POTUS and stick with it!


  2. Wouldn’t the argument for 2nd amendment rights as guaranteed access to ALL weapons, mean that if I could afford it (If I was say Buffet rich), that I should have a right to my own nuclear weapon(s)? This would allow me to be able to push back against the tyranny of due process! I’ve indicated (as Buffet) that I want higher taxes on myself and other wealthy folks, and if I don’t get them: I’ll act on my second amendment rights and take out a major city in a red state.

    Doesn’t the right to assault weapons via the 2nd amendment, logically take us here?

    But this is terrorism isn’t it?

    I think the right ultimately puts its self in an un-escapable box.


    • King Beauregard

       /  January 18, 2013

      Someone reminded me of a thing recently. So the Second Amendment is unique in that it specifies why the right exists, i.e. for “well-regulated militias”. What would be the purpose of such a militia? Possibly to fight foreign armies, but also to suppress uprisings. Now, who were the people most likely to engage in an uprising in 1787? I’ll give you a hint: they counted as three-fifths of a person for census purposes.


    • Bruce,

      I couldn’t agree more. I have made similar arguments. What these silly folks don’t understand is that if you read Scalia’s opinion in Heller, you will see that his view of the Second Amendment is quite compatible with the view of Barack Obama. Someday, these gun extremists will find that out, should any assault weapons ban or ammo regulation get passed and then tried in court.


  3. King Beauregard

     /  January 18, 2013

    Tie federal funding to the states to compliance on gun laws. Let’s see how much these states (almost all of them red, which is to say deadbeat states) like having their funding cut.


    • That would be a great idea, but you know that will never get passed in this Congress. We will be lucky if the background check laws are strengthened, since there are a handful of Democratic Senators who think they went to Washington only to get reelected time and again, rather than taking hard votes for the good of the country. I hope I’m wrong about that, however.


  4. henrygmorgan

     /  January 20, 2013

    Duane: On the Huffingtton Post this morning, we learn of three gun “accidents.” In Ohio, a gun dealer “accidentlally” shot a customer while handling a pistol. In Indiana, a customer at a gun show “accidentally” shot himself as he was leaving the building with his newly-purchased .45 semi-automatic. In North Carolina, at a gun show, a man “accidentally” shot two other men with his newly-purchased shotgun. The gun show was sponsored by the state of North Carolina.

    First, my old Marine Corps Small Arms Instructor, Gunny Hartley, preached over and over that there is no such thing as a gun “accident,” only acts of stupidity by untrained, undisciplined, uncaring arms users. A Marine committing such a stupid act would most certainly be court-martialed and spend time in the brig.

    Second, two of these accidents happened at gun shows and the other inside a gun dealer’s business, committed by the dealer himself, supposedly a man with some expertise. Is there any better argument for mandatory training before a gun license?

    Third, do you suppose that these victims suffered any loss of their precious freedom or denial of their “life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness?”

    Former Congressman West of Florida claimed that “gun control is exercised by a steady trigger finger.” Would it were so!



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