This should be good, as in “Blago gives good interviews”

Did you ever wonder what some of the more petulant and ill-informed bloggers you’ve enjoyed would sound like if given the opportunity to impersonate radio-show hosts? Me either, but at midnight on Saturday, a pair of bitter prevaricators, Andrew “Gribbit” Richardson and Kender McGowan, will take their wingnut ways to an Internet audio broadcast.

[T]he Gribbit and Kender Show will finally be making it debut. It will be a Politically Incorrect discussion of the topics of national importance completely unvarnished and completely uncensored.

No attempt to translate ignorant writing into spoken buffoonery would be complete without a solid dose of hypocrisy, and Gribbit has been kind enough to announce in advance specifically how he plans to put his own on display:

No doubt we will be sliming the POTUS and the leadership of both houses of Congress. Especially in the wake of SanFranNan’s latest mistatement…
‘500 MILLION AMERICANS LOSE JOBS EVERY MONTH’
Forgive me, but I thought the latest population estimates had the US at about 310 million? Perhaps our illegal alien problem is worse than previously thought OR SanFranNan could possibly be the dumbest person ever elected to her position. I believe it is the latter.

Gribbit is referring here to Nancy Pelosi’s recent gaffe, in which the Speaker of the House told a group of reporters that the U.S. was bleeding 500 million jobs a month. The correct figure is 500,000 and I’m quite sure Pelosi knew it, but okay, let’s cut an assclown some slack and let him rage against an already hated figure for pulling a verbal whoopsie.
But there’s one little problem. Gribbit still hasn’t changed this claim on his site, posted on Inauguration Day:

Just think, we will be done with [Obama] in a very short 1095 days.

Gribbit is well aware of this mistake but refuses to correct it out of some mixture and anger and shame. And not only can he not use a calendar, he can’t spell it either.
As for Kender, he, just for starters, doesn’t like “butt bandits” from “Isreal” and has some definitive views on what’s wrong with “Black America,” so his non-PC ravings should be interesting and enlightening indeed.
Anyway, this is a call-in show, so if any of you are awake, just as an experiment to see whether these guys are willing to take what they dish out, consider ringing Gribbit and politely asking him to explain any of the almost countless factually incorrect things he’s written on his site just since Election Day three months ago. My guess is that he will prove tha he has learned from his mentors (Hannity et al.) well and either screen them out entirely or cut them off in mid-sentence. Make sure you use an audio stream capture utility to record this for posterity and the future amusement of libtards.

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  1. #1 by Jim Fiore on February 5, 2009 - 2:43 pm

    Wait a minute. As I pointed out before, the 1095 days thing is the number of days in 3 years, not including a leap day, which is a fairly basic error as math errors go. Even if we ignore that mistake, why would he think there’s STILL 1095 days left now that we’re in February? Does time stand still where he lives? Is this some manner of bizarre, truncating-yet-rounding integer math that he’s using? On January 1, 2010 will he suddenly declare that there’s 730 days left?
    Oh, and it appears that anyone coming in from this blog is banned from his site. Hilarious!!

  2. #2 by Jim Fiore on February 5, 2009 - 2:43 pm

    Wait a minute. As I pointed out before, the 1095 days thing is the number of days in 3 years, not including a leap day, which is a fairly basic error as math errors go. Even if we ignore that mistake, why would he think there’s STILL 1095 days left now that we’re in February? Does time stand still where he lives? Is this some manner of bizarre, truncating-yet-rounding integer math that he’s using? On January 1, 2010 will he suddenly declare that there’s 730 days left?
    Oh, and it appears that anyone coming in from this blog is banned from his site. Hilarious!!

  3. #3 by Jim Fiore on February 5, 2009 - 2:43 pm

    Wait a minute. As I pointed out before, the 1095 days thing is the number of days in 3 years, not including a leap day, which is a fairly basic error as math errors go. Even if we ignore that mistake, why would he think there’s STILL 1095 days left now that we’re in February? Does time stand still where he lives? Is this some manner of bizarre, truncating-yet-rounding integer math that he’s using? On January 1, 2010 will he suddenly declare that there’s 730 days left?
    Oh, and it appears that anyone coming in from this blog is banned from his site. Hilarious!!

  4. #4 by Kevin Beck on February 5, 2009 - 2:55 pm

    The greater issue is why he, a paragon of political acumen, seems to think that there are only three years in a U.S. presidential term.
    The blocked-referral thing has been in effect for a while, but anyone who really cares to look at that shityard can just load the URL directly.

  5. #5 by Bill from Dover on February 5, 2009 - 3:16 pm

    “but anyone who really cares to look at that shityard can just load the URL directly.”

    Hell, it’s already there after following the link. Just click the address bad and hit return. “Foiled again”

  6. #6 by Beaming Visionary on February 6, 2009 - 4:53 pm

    Some more bullshit to harass Gribbit about, for those inclined: Gribbit calls non-U.S. citizens who comment on U.S. afairs “foreign trolls who want to insert themselves into our national politics when they have no voice and no right.” But when Gribbit (an Ohioan) comments on the U.S. Senate election mess in Minnesota, he says “…my opinion is just that, my opinion. However, I offer it as a potential solution.”
    Gribbit may not consciously be a hypocrite. I think he’s just not mentally intact.
    Copy and paste, if you must read the whole post: http://gribbitonline.com/2009/02/06/a-viable-solution-to-the-minnesota-senate-circus/

  7. #7 by Bill from Dover on February 7, 2009 - 2:00 pm

    “it seems to me that the only way to see what the will of the people of Minnesota is would be to hold a special election.

    Wow! What a novel idea. For suggesting it, I think Teh Gribbit should be allowed to finance it.

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