Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Rush Limbaugh: Founder Of The "He-Man Woman Haters" Club.

"I am a gray-haired, cigar smoking, talking rectum."

Allow me to start this post by getting the obvious facts out of the way:

1.) Rush Limbaugh, pictured above, is an asshole.
2.) Rush Limbaugh, picture above, is not a man that dwells reality. 
3.) Rush Limbaugh, pictured above, was recently named the least liked news personality by a whopping 46% of those surveyed.  I have an issue with this, but only because calling him a "news personality" insinuates that he actually tells people factual, unbiased news-worthy information.  He does not (see #1-2 above).

Okay, now that that's done, there really isn't much more to say.  If you have a brain, you're aware of how subhuman Rush Limbaugh is, as listening to him is toxic.  He is full of hatred.  And I'm not going to make this about political parties or ideologies because it really isn't about that.  It's about how disgustingly racist, sexist, and ignorant this idiot is. 

Sunday, February 26, 2012

I Challenge Rick Santorum To A Debate.

 I want this copy and pasted and spread to the four corners of the internet.  Much like the high school sophomore from New Jersey, Amy Meyers, challenged Michele Bachmann to a debate on United States history, I am hereby issuing a similar challenge to Rick Santorum.  Here we go. 

Dear Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum,

     My name is Shaun Robinson.  I am a college student in central Maine, studying to be a high school English teacher.  Due to your status as one of the last four candidates seeking the GOP nomination, your voice, opinions, and knowledge of American history are heard not just by fellow Americans, but by people around the world.  And as your opinions become increasingly venemous, so too does the world's opinion of us.  This is not okay.  We are not all like you, nor do we all think like you.

     Your lack of historical knowledge is fine - it's your problem.  But your penchant for spreading it as if it's truth is not.  It is ignorant.  It is appalling.  It is insulting.  And because you have made no effort to learn the truth, you have shown that you are far too close-minded to be the President of the United States of America.

     Mr. Santorum, your inability to present basic historical, scientific, and even religious facts - facts that middle school students learn - has led me to submit the following challenge, pitting my twenty-two years of life experience against your fifty-three years and your college education:

     I, Shaun Robinson, do hereby challenge presidential candidate Rick Santorum to a public debate on Modern Science, American History, and World Religion.  

     I hope to see you soon here in Maine for our debate.  

     Shaun Robinson 


As I said, please spread this all over the internet.  Contact the media if you know how, and get in touch with me via email at with any questions you might have.  I really do hope that, unlike Representative Bachmann, Mr. Santorum accepts this challenge.

More From Rick Santorum.

I am so tired of writing about Rick Santorum.  But as the days pass us by, Santorum has realized that the only way that he can stay in the spotlight is to say outrageous nonsense to his base of scared, old, white people.  And, unfortunately, I'm a sucker for outrageous nonsense, no matter who the speaker is.  It's pretty much what this blog is about.  I do take issue with the fact that I only seem to be writing about Rick Santorum anymore, so much so that I've been considering changing the name to Rick Santorum Is A Mouth-Breathing Fuck, And Here Is Why.  Ugh, but then I lose brand recognition.  Oh, well.

At any rate, I'm not going to go over what he said in detail.  It's all over the internet.  Suffice it to say that the "liberal 'gotcha' media" pounced on Santorum over something he said about a famous speech by President John F. Kennedy back in 1960.  Here's a brief video outlining that:

Santorum to Glenn Beck: Colleges Are Indoctrination Mills.

When Rick Santorum and Glenn Beck exchanged words last Thursday, I was surprised that the Earth didn't spin out of its orbit and into the Sun.  I was surprised that the planet's core did not implode; that the atmosphere didn't dissipate; that Jesus Himself didn't appear before us in his golden armor - flaming sword in hand - to usher in the rapture.  Why?

Because I was fairly certain that nature was supposed to abide by a strict set of laws, one of which being that two ignorant, pompous blow-hards like Glenn Beck and Rick Santorum could not share the same air space without the world - nay! - the universe ending.

Unfortunately, we're all still here.  Just you, me, and....this:

“I understand why Barack Obama wants to send every kid to college, because of their indoctrination mills.  The indoctrination that is going on at the university level is a harm to our country.” 

Yeah.  Feel that?  Disgustingly uncomfortable, huh?  Like... like "swamp ass."  Ugh. 

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Lawsuit Says Obama Can't Be President Due To The Color Of His Skin.


One of the many reasons that I dislike all politicians (particularly career ones) is that they never mean what they say or say what they mean.  This character flaw obviously isn't just reserved for them, though.  Loads of people are two-faced these days.  One of the fantastic things about the political sphere since 2008 is that the masks have been melting away to reveal the true men and women that wear them. 

Democrats have fallen victim to the unveiling - Anthony Weiner being a prime example.  But, as luck would have it, not everyone has gotten on board the victim train.  Republicans have actually embraced what they've been subtly hinting at for years.  As Justin Rosario writes over at

"If there is silver lining in the greasy dark cloud that right wing politics has become it’s that the Right has dropped any and all pretense. We knew, years ago, that the fight over abortion was really about contraception for women. Rick Santorum and his fellow candidates have been kind enough to drag that one kicking and screaming into the light for all to behold. But more importantly, the core of pure racism that the GOP has thrived on for half a century has cracked the paper thin veneer of respectability conservatives have carefully constructed. With the election of a black man to the White House, that racial hatred has come pouring out so fast it’s almost impossible to imagine that only four years ago, people were referring to America as a post-racial country."

Thursday, February 23, 2012

Lou Dobbs Vs. "The Lorax."

I am going to get straight to the point on this one.  Rarely do I get this angry - this pissed the fuck off - about things I find during my daily web-surfing.

Lou Dobbs, pictured above, is claiming that Universal's new movie - an adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic, "The Lorax" - has an insidious goal: to indoctrinate our children.

"It's about a woodland creature who speaks for the trees and fights rampant industrialism... So where have we all heard this before?  Occupy Wall Street, forever trying to pit the makers against the takers, and President Obama repeating that everyone should pay their fair share in dozens of speeches since his State of the Union address last month... The president's liberal friends in Hollywood targeting a younger demographic using animated movies to sell their 'agenda' to children."   

I did not make that bold text up.  Those are actual words out of Lou Dobbs' actual stupid mouth.

Don't believe me?  I've posted the entire clip at the bottom of this page.  

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Santorum Is On Everyone's Lips These Days.

Oh, boy, does Santorum know how to get a crowd of the Righteous Right going or what?  All it takes is one good glance at any major news network's home page to know that my buddy Rick Santorum is going places.  What places, you ask?  White House places.

Sure, most of the stories about him are usually ones questioning his "outrageous" statements and accusations against the left.  But where the Liberals see crazy, I see smear.  How dare the Left smear Santorum when every word out his mouth is divine truth.  In 2008, for example, he said that the Democratic Party has "become the party of Woodstock" in the sense that Democratic lawmakers "prey upon our most basic primal"  What kind of sex?  Homosexual sex of course.

To that I say, "Duh," but the media wants to pull the reigns on the horse and slow this Santorum buggy down.  Fuck that.  Santorum stops for no one except the Lord.  So suck it, Anderson Cooper.

Monday, February 20, 2012

Why Public Schools Are Unnecessary.

For the first 150 years, most presidents home-schooled their children at the White House, he said. 

“Where did they come up that public education and bigger education bureaucracies was the rule in America? Parents educated their children, because it’s their responsibility to educate their children.”

“Yes the government can help,” Mr. Santorum added.  “But the idea that the federal government should be running schools, frankly much less that the state government should be running schools, is anachronistic. It goes back to the time of industrialization of America when people came off the farms where they did home-school or have the little neighborhood school, and into these big factories, so we built equal factories called public schools. And while those factories as we all know in Ohio and Pennsylvania have fundamentally changed, the factory school has not.” 

-For the full article from The New York Times, click here.

Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum is correct, of course.  The federal government should not be running our public schools (which is why they don't), and neither should the state governments.  So, if not the government, than who?  The teachers?  Hah! Those liberal pussies aren't fit to run a classroom, much less the whole building.  Let's break it down and look at the pros and cons of public schooling:

Sunday, February 19, 2012

The War Against Women.

Women.  They've been a thorn in our testicles ever since the One True God created them out of our manly ribs.  They get us kicked out of paradise by eating that fucking apple, and then they have the ovaries to complain when God curses them with menstruation and painful childbirth.  Don't do the crime if you can't do the time, ladies.

~6,000 years later on the other side of the Earth, women start to argue that they have rights too - that they are, in fact, human beings, and not just our childbearing, child-raising, maids/nannies.  While the idea itself is, to this day, laughable at best, they somehow managed to convince those damned bleeding heart liberal jag-offs in Washington to let them vote in 1920.  

Okay, okay.  Being allowed to vote probably isn't that big of a deal.  It's not like we'll ever have a president with a vagina, right?  But then they start running for Congress, and here's where things get messy.  Why?  Because women have no right to dictate how us men run our lives, our country, and our money.  It's as simple as that.  

Friday, February 17, 2012

How To Write A Successful Blog!

I'm always trying to come up with new ways to make this blog better.  From the layout to the color scheme, I try to find something that is as pleasing to the soul as it is to the eye.  The biggie?  Voice.  How you, dear readers, interpret my words and hear my voice means a lot.  It is the difference between you understanding what I'm saying and you thinking that I'm just an asshole with a computer spouting nonsense.

So in an effort to revamp A Sane Break From The Insanity, I spent a good hour perusing other people's blogs right here on Blogger.  All of the knowledge that I gained in that small window of time could fill libraries and, since I am a contributing member of the internet society (not to mention I don't want all of this success for myself!), I decided to make a list of what I learned.  Here are the eight things you need to do to make your blog better!

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

The Shadow War On Religion Is Over.

And we were so close, too.

For the last few decades or so, we've waged our war against the religious institutions of the United States of America.  We have struck from the shadows.  We have meticulously chipped away at the foundations of Christianity at every level of the government.  Victory was all but assured.

But then we slipped up.  President Obama - our figurehead, our face - tried to force religious institutions to offer free contraception to women under their health insurance plans.  And now... now those institutions are on to us.  They now know about the war that we have waged for so long.

My friends.  It is over.

We cannot stand tall and fight back against the journalistic integrity and research that the Fox News machine has to offer.  We cannot fight against honest men like Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, the Koch Brothers, Rupert Murdoch, and Roger Ailes.  The former even called us out, saying:

"And I frankly don't care what kind of deal he tries to cut.  This is a man who is deeply committed - if he wins reelection, he will wage war on the Catholic Church the morning after he's reelected."

Saturday, February 11, 2012

What Angry Birds Really Is...

Angry Birds is known as one of the most popular smart phone games ever to have been created - past or future.  Aside from the game, you can buy Angry Birds themed pajamas, stuffed toys, towels, sheets, soap, you name it.  For their marketing campaign, the sky is the limit.  But what is Angry Birds really about?  The answer may shock you.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

From A Biblical Perspective, It's Okay To Pay Teacher's Less Money.

How can someone be speaking in front of a Christmas Tree
looking as sour as this guy?  Did someone just remind him that
he's a state senator from Alabama?
This is Alabama State Senator Shadrack McGill (R) and no, I did not take that from a Dungeons and Dragons character sheet.  That is seriously his name.  And I have a bit of a kerfuffle with Slim Shady-rack here in regards to one of his recent stances towards Alabama teachers.  Admittedly I did not, up until now, know that Alabama had teachers, but that doesn't mean that I'm unwilling to stand up for them when the time comes.   

According to ThinkProgress, McGill voted against raising the annual salary of teachers not because they were undeserving, but because "It's a Biblical principle."  First of all, what an asshole.  Second of all, for all of the talk the Republican Conservatives drum up about following the Constitution, they sure don't know much about it.  What the fuck ever happened to the separation between church and state, guys?