That corn dog was subsidized. You dirty girl. #RightWingPorn #PresidentialErection

August 14, 2011
Media Penis… I mean Bias

Just_be_glad you are not in politics. Poor Michelle Bachman; Did they did do this to Obama too?…Note to public figures. Don’t eat sausages and hotdogs out in the open. So there it is. They got her good. And I like her… so don’t get upset Michelle. I couldn’t resist the chuckle. btw… I didn’t like your answer in New Hampshire on the abortion question. you are either for it or against it. There is no in between ground. Children of rape can be adopted. I’m wondering however if you ate that hotdog with your own volition …I just want to say it again. I’m not tarring you like Sarah Palin. I’m posting this lovingly… because I get the feeling that you are a nice lady… I guess I’m just not in a good mood. The devil made me repost this. Btw… maybe I can get the same image of Obama so that no one will think I’m biased or partisan or something. H/T from someone who probably does not want credit for pointing this out to me. and from The Duckman @ Hipster Jew


Nanny State Targets my Wiener

February 22, 2010

the problem here mommy is you are putting it in their mouth. it goes in much nicer in other orifices.

Nutritionists have long warned of the perils of hot dogs: fat, sodium and preservatives to name a few.
Now, the American Academy of Pediatrics wants foods like hot dogs to come with a warning label — not because of their nutritional risks but because they pose a choking hazard to babies and children.
Better yet, the academy would like to see foods such as hot dogs “redesigned” so their size, shape and texture make them less likely to lodge in a youngster’s throat. More than 10,000 children under 14 go to the emergency room each year after choking on food, and up to 77 die, says the new policy statement, published online today in Pediatrics. About 17% of food-related asphyxiations are caused by hot dogs.
“If you were to take the best engineers in the world and try to design the perfect plug for a child’s airway, it would be a hot dog,” says statement author Gary Smith, director of the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. “I’m a pediatric emergency doctor, and to try to get them out once they’re wedged in, it’s almost impossible.”