Q:Jesus was black!
No, Jesus was an alien named Xenu.
A man on an electric wheelchair drives through a police line during a protest in Madrid June 11, 2012
Rush Limbaugh Believes The Villian ‘Bane’ From The Dark Knight Rises Is An Anti-Romney Conspiracy Plot
To Rush Limbaugh, it can’t be a coincidence. The villain in the new Batman film, “The Dark Knight Rises,” is named “Bane.” The name of Mitt Romney’s old private-equity firm? Bain Capital.
“Do you think that it is accidental that the name of the really vicious fire breathing four eyed whatever it is villain in this movie is named Bain [sic]?" Limbaugh asked on his radio show today, according to a transcript of the audio on his show’s website.
But the character Bane first appeared in Batman comics in 1993. The Bane character in “The Dark Knight Rises” was chosen in early 2011.
Limbaugh continued, questioning whether or not the villain would influence voters at all.
This movie, the audience is gonna be huge. A lot of people are gonna see the movie, and it’s a lot of brain-dead people, entertainment, the pop culture crowd, and they’re gonna hear Bane in the movie and they’re gonna associate Bain. The thought is that when they start paying attention to the campaign later in the year, and Obama and the Democrats keep talking about Bain, Romney and Bain, that these people will think back to the Batman movie, “Oh, yeah, I know who that is.” (laughing) There are some people who think it’ll work. Others think you’re really underestimating the American people to think that will work.
Conservatives have been questioning “how long it will take” the Obama campaign to use the homonyms to attack Romney. Ironically, comic book writer Chuck Dixon, who created the Bane character, worried about this exact scenario on a message board Monday, according to the Washington Times.
Obama called Kanye West a ‘Jackass’…again.
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This is Herman Cain’s new ad criticizing Obama’s new stimulus plan. I have not edited the video, this is 100% authentic.
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Homeland Security Does Not Understand British Slang
Emily Bunting and Leigh Van Bryan, a pair of tourists from Great Britain were detained by Homeland Security for twelve hours at Los Angeles International Airport because Bryan had earlier tweeted "Free this week, for quick gossip/prep before I go and destroy America."
Bryan tried in vain to explain that “destroy” is just a quirky Brit way of saying “going out and getting drunk,” but the humorless DHS agents presumably had not heard of partying, either. So they were deported.
"The Homeland Security agents were treating me like some kind of terrorist. I kept saying they had got the wrong meaning from my tweet but they just told me ‘You’ve really fucked up with that tweet, boy’," Bryan told The Sun.
Bryan had also tweeted that he planned to be “diggin’ Marilyn Monroe up!” — another joke, he said.
"The officials told us we were not allowed in to the country because of Leigh’s tweet," Bunting told The Daily Mail. "They wanted to know what we were going to do… They asked why we wanted to destroy America and we tried to explain it meant to get trashed and party… I almost burst out laughing when they asked me if I was going to be Leigh’s lookout while he dug up Marilyn Monroe.”
Of course, what this should really leave you wondering is how Homeland Security managed to connect the pair to their tweets in only the time it took them to obtain tourist visas and then clear customs, which is when they were detained.