TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2017
Real E-Mails from Real Subscribers
Please stop ridiculing us whenever we say you shouldn’t criticize politicians by calling them nasty names, even though “Nasty Name-Calling” is a Primary Progressive Political Premise. — Liberal Agenda Letter Writers
Aren’t these the same hypocrites who agreed with my ruling legalizing “Politicians’ Right to Lie” for Finney’s Fibbers during political campaigns? —Liberal Whacko Judge Tim Black
The answer to “Nasty Name-Calling” in politics is not to force silence (by forbidding “Nasty Name-Calling”) but to encourage “Nasty Name-Calling” in response, so the voters, not the Government, can decide what the political truth is. —American Civil Liberties Union
We really like the way The Blower criticizes politicians in the harshest possible terms, especially when they call a spade a spade, a lying bitch a lying bitch, a corrupt political party boss corrupt, and a masturbating trustee a masturbator. —Persons of Consequence Permitted to Subscribe to The Blower
Our readers especially enjoy the Nasty Nicknames Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane makes us come up with. —Whistleblower Summer Interns Olivia, Damon, Wyatt, and Tristan
“Nasty Name-Calling” is an important part of the 2017 Negative Political Advertising Season, now with only 56 more days until Election Day on November 7. —Greedy TV Ad Salesmen
People on my DemocRAT Suckers List really enjoyed getting e-mails from my campaign five times a day groveling for donations, especially when I called Donald Trump nasty names. —Crooked Hillary
Our DemocRAT Playbook says we should always call any Republican candidate a “Racist” and a “Bigot.” —Disingenuous DemocRATS
Was Was it OK when I called Donald Trump a Silver Spoon Doting Fraud Who Scams Everybody” on the Senate Floor? —Disgraced Ex-Senate Minority Leader “Dingy Harry” Reid
I’m thinking up a few new Nasty Names to call “Crooked Hillary” on my next Twitter storm. —Donald Trump
Try to imagine if we were still running the Presidential Debates like we did in 1976. —League of Women Vipers
Some people say Ohio’s Delusional Governor John Kasich is still being a bit of a Dick these days. —Former Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus
Do you think Ohio Governor John Kasich called me “Nasty Names” when I released results of that poll showing Conservatives would not vote for him even if he were running against Hillary as the “lesser of two evils?” —Ohio TEA Party Guy Tom Zawistowski
Did Disgruntled DemocRATS call us “Nasty Names” after we endorsed Hillary’s 2016 Presidential Campaign? —Disguised DemocRAT John Cranley and Extremely Liberal DemocRAT Foxy Roxy Qualls
Since the city is still trying to collect from Deadbeat Liz Rogers Rogers (after giving her $684,000 in startup financing as well as a $300,000 loan to open a soul food restaurant in 2012), will The Blower be calling us “Nasty Names?” — The Soul Food Six on Cincinnati City Clown-cil (Wendell Young, Charlie Winburn, rich heiress boy Alexander Paul George Sittenfeld, Yvette Simpson, Laure “Not So” Cleanlivin’, and Cecil Thomas)
Us too? —The Stupid Streetcar Six (Clown-cil Members Flynn Flam” are Clown-cil Gay Chris Squealback, P.G. Sittenfeld, Yvette Simpson, and Wendell Young, along with Vice Mayor David Mann)
You can only imagine some of the “Nasty Names” Reds’ Season Ticket Holders are calling Cincinnati Reds Owner Bob Castellini these days. — Whistleblower Senior Spoiled Sports Editor Andy FurBall
Our ears are burning! Our ears are burning! —Quarterback Andy Dalton and Bungals Coach Marvin Lewis
I’ll bet none of the fans are calling me Nasty Names for caving in to Black Lies Matter. —NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell
Does anybody remember how much “Nasty Name-Calling” there was at that Clermont County Republican Central Committee meeting when we removed Republican Governor John Kasich’s name from our sample ballot? —Clermont County Commissioner Dave Uible
I always tell college students in my political science class how hurtful “Nasty Name-Calling” can be. —Disgraced Former Turkish Terrorist Loving Congresswoman “Mean Jean” Schmidt (Sometimes referred to as That Lying Plagiarizing Meddling Overblown Tax-and-Spend RINO Bitch)
Sometimes outraged and overcharged tenants in my trailer parks call me Nasty Names. —Nathan “Cornbread” Smith (Big Time Hillary Fundraiser in Northern Kentucky)
Sometimes outraged and overcharged clients wanting to find a good attorney call me Nasty Names, too. —Eric ‘Call Me Crazy,’ Big Mouth, Most Sanctioned, Ambulance Chaser, No Count of a Radio Host, Shameless Self Promoter, Willie Wannabe, The Supreme Courts in Ohio and Kentucky Think I’m No Longer Practicing Law, Who Likes Bulldogs and Failed Roadhouse Operator Deters
At least they didn’t call me “Nasty Names” at the most recent Emmy Awards like Liberal host Andy Samberg called me. —Dumpy DemocRAT Rowan County, Kentucky Clerk Kim Davis
Does “Nasty Name Calling” only apply to politicians, or are celebrities on TV included, too? —“Trish the Dish” on Channel 19 News
Politicians have always resorted to “Nasty Name-Calling” during political campaigns or public events with the intentions of gaining advantage over, or defending themselves from, an opponent or critic. —Hurley the Historian
So you’re saying politicians just use “Nasty Name Calling” to get our attention, right? — Dumbed-Down, Self-Absorbed, Media-Influenced, Celebrity-Obsessed, Politically-Correct, Uninformed, Short-Attention-Span, Free-Stuff Grabbing, Low-Information Obama Supporters Who Put The Positively Worst President in History In The White House—Twice, and Now Plan To Give Obama a Third Term By Voting For Hillary, and get all of their “fake news” from our Obama Supporters in the Press, like the ones on Channel 5, 9, 12, and 19
Isn’t The Blower ever going to explain where the word “Nasty” came from? —Your Quote For Today Committee
Remember: We never print all the bad stuff we know and certain people ought to be damn glad we don’t, especially Political Bullies Who Like Calling People Names.
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