Friday Nite Lite: Miss USA…National Costume Edition

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Good Evening!

Is it me…or is there like, a major war missing….

i.e. Vietnam… ————>

Before we get to the cartoons, I have to share this magnificent set of links for you.

Miss Universe 2013 National Costumes – Part 1 | Tom & Lorenzo

Miss Universe 2013 National Costumes – Part 2 | Tom & Lorenzo

T Lo has just nailed it on these costume commentaries…so much so, that I highly recommend you take a look at the entire ensemble of pictures that, as Tom & Lorenzo put it:

Time once again for a grand T Lo tradition of bitchery and stereotyping, as we check in on the greatest (or at least the largest) international drag revue the world has ever seen, darlings! It’s the Miss Universe National Costumes Parade!

Hit it, strippers!

Miss USA

“AMERICA! Due to the decimation of our manufacturing base and the destruction of our middle class, we don’t make cars anymore! We make movies about cars that turn into robots. BOOYAH, MOTHERFUCKERS! Forefathers! Constitution! FUCKING FREEDOM, AMIRITE?”

Awesome….now go to the links and check out the Miss Brazil.  Oh…I think you will find it spot on in its description.

Now for the cartoons:

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune – 10/29/2013

Cartoon by Pat Bagley -

Yeah, perhaps the costume for Miss USA should have been a shitload of hangers?

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Joel Pett, Lexington Herald-Leader – 11/08/2013

Cartoon by Joel Pett -

Food stamp committee – Political Cartoon by Steve Greenberg, Freelance, Los Angeles – 11/08/2013

Cartoon by Steve Greenberg - Food stamp committee

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Ted Rall, Universal Press Syndicate – 11/08/2013

Cartoon by Ted Rall -

More Than Just – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 11/05/2013

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - More Than Just

The Democracy Scam – Political Cartoon by Jen Sorensen, Self-syndicated – 11/05/2013

Cartoon by Jen Sorensen - The Democracy Scam

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Ted Rall, Universal Press Syndicate – 11/06/2013

Cartoon by Ted Rall -

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Pat Bagley, Salt Lake Tribune – 11/06/2013

Cartoon by Pat Bagley -

AAEC – Political Cartoon by David Horsey, Los Angeles Times – 11/07/2013

Cartoon by David Horsey -

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Tim Eagan, The Press Democrat – 11/07/2013

Cartoon by Tim Eagan -

AAEC – Political Cartoon by Nate Beeler, The Columbus Dispatch – 11/08/2013

Cartoon by Nate Beeler -

Racist Bully – Political Cartoon by Rob Rogers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – 11/08/2013

Cartoon by Rob Rogers - Racist Bully

12 Years A Slave by Political Cartoonist Bill Day

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Redskins Rationale by Political Cartoonist Steve Sack

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Plagiarist Rand Raul by Political Cartoonist Pat Bagley

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thanksgiving by Political Cartoonist Bill Schorr

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This is an open thread.


17 Comments on “Friday Nite Lite: Miss USA…National Costume Edition”

  1. Have a great evening, tonight is the last home game for the Panthers…so I will be freezing my ass of out there in the Banjoville night.

  2. bostonboomer says:

    The cartoon at the top doesn’t have the Iraq war on it either.

  3. List of X says:

    The cartoons were good, but the dresses link was even better. They must have wiped out the entire peacock population of Central America to make all those feathery dresses.

  4. RalphB says:

    Manchin, Pryor, and Landrieu have to be the biggest chickenshits in the Senate.

    After Flying To Louisiana On Air Force One, Sen. Landrieu Skips Obama Event

  5. RalphB says:

    “If you know someone who is uninsured, or buys her own insurance in the individual market– and lives in Texas, North Carolina, Missouri, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mississippi, or Alabama – chances are greater than 1 in 3 that under Obamacare she will qualify for health insurance that will cost her nothing. That’s right—her government tax credit will cover the entire premium.” Maggie Mahar in Health Beat.

  6. RalphB says:

    Wendy, Wemdy, Wendy …

    A fresh approach to being ‘pro-life’

    Texas state Sen. Wendy Davis (D), a leading gubernatorial candidate, made a campaign stop in Brownsville, Texas, and offered voters her take on reproductive rights. As Wayne Slater reported, Davis doesn’t see her support for abortion rights as incompatible with her concern for life.

    “I am pro-life,” she said, borrowing a phrase from anti-abortion activists. “I care about the life of every child: every child that goes to bed hungry, every child that goes to bed without a proper education, every child that goes to bed without being able to be a part of the Texas dream, every woman and man who worry about their children’s future and their ability to provide for that future. I care about life and I have a record of fighting for people above all else.”

    This hasn’t gone over well on the right. Breitbart’s report called Davis’ perspective “astonishing,” while Hot Air described the Texan’s argument as “ludicrous.”

    There’s no reason, however, the politically charged phrase can’t be expanded to be more inclusive – including concern for babies after they’re born. Wendy Davis has an uphill fight ahead of her, but she’s already confronting hot-button issues in creative ways.

  7. Fannie says:

    This morning, count from Yolanda is 1,200………………..we expected it to be in the thousands.