John – The Morning Spew Politics, Satire & Spew Mon, 23 Jan 2017 04:48:47 +0000 en-US hourly 1 26594833 Miracle John Kerry Boneless Rib-Eye Discovered Sun, 04 Oct 2015 03:27:23 +0000 Continue reading ]]> A beef rib-eye steak bearing the uncanny likeness of Secretary of State John Kerry has been discovered by a man preparing for a backyard barbecue.  The owner of the miraculous meat, who wishes to remain anonymous, reports that at about 7:00 pm this evening he removed a pre-wrapped package of boneless rib-eye steaks (that had fallen off a truck earlier in the day) from his refrigerator.  As the lucky griller unwrapped the errant steaks,  he realized that staring back at him from one of the more oddly shaped steaks was the face of  Secretary of State John Kerry. 

After contacting the news media, the anonymous man hopes to go on tour with his story.  The John Kerry Boneless Rib-Eye will be sent to a government laboratory for authenticity testing and tasting.  



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If Kyrzakhstan Doesn’t Exist, Then How Did Kerry Vacation There? Mon, 25 Feb 2013 21:19:33 +0000 ReportingforDuty ]]> 0 6668 Hilarious “Night of the Living Pelosi” Political Ad Tue, 02 Oct 2012 19:04:48 +0000 Pretty entertaining political ad put out by California Congressional candidate John Dennis, who is running against Nancy Pelosi.  The actress portraying Stretch has got her mannerisms down pretty good.  Enjoy!

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Huffpo Super User Defends The Silencing Of Congressman John Lewis And “His Kind” Thu, 13 Oct 2011 04:07:22 +0000 Continue reading ]]>  


Congressman John Lewis arrived at the Occupy Atlanta protest with the intention of addressing the protesters.  But the protesters had other ideas and after a weird group “discussion”,  prevented the Congressman and Civil Rights leader from speaking.  The Spew’s own Fester Boyle wrote about this earlier today, here.

In response to that event, this was posted on the Huffington Post  by a reader in the comments section, and clearly illustrates left leaning thinking.



Where does one even begin?




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