There’s been a lot of outrage on the Intertubez lately about a foul screed about Sarah Palin’s son Trig penned by a dickless wonder at Wonkette named Jack Stuef. I’m not linking to Wonkette, to Stuef or to the outrage.
No need to repeat the indignity. No need to reprint a merciless, twisted, sociopathic attack on a child who had the misfortune of being born with Down’s Syndrome. I can only hope that if Stuef ever actually gets the opportunity to stick his puny excuse for a dick into a woman, that the leavings wind up in a dirty, slimy spot on the sheets. The thought of that lard-laden shitsack reproducing scares even me.
Although, judging by his photo, this fat fuck has about as much chance of getting laid as an ostrich egg by a chihuahua.
Perhaps if he actually left his mother’s basement, changed his shit-stained, ripped boxers, stopped eating frozen moonpies from mommy’s fridge and found better means of communication than abusing a disabled baby, he might actually have a chance of sticking his organ in something other than a pocket pussy, but I doubt that will ever happen.
In any case, this post isn’t about him.
Apparently, outrage has been so strong about Stuef’s attack on a defenseless child, that advertisers have begun pulling their dollars from Wonkette.
Papa John’s, Vanguard, and Huggies all announced today that they will be dropping their advertisements from Wonkette.
“Thank you for alerting us to this. We’ve taken step to make sure our advertising doesn’t appear on that site in the future,” tweeted Papa John’s Pizza’s corporate twitter account.
Wonkette shot back at Papa John’s, tweeting, “We beat up on Sarah Palin’s craven use of her son as a POLITICAL PROP. Child protective services should take Trig away.”
In another tweet, Wonkette called on consumers to boycott Papa John’s.
That’s the beauty of the free market. Advertisers can look at the content and decide for themselves if they want to be associated with the type of slime Wonkette’s Fucktarded, Feeble-minded, Fuckwit has vomited forth in an effort to be oh-so witty. And while the troglodytes at Wonkette have pulled the offensive post, likely finally realizing that their readers don’t constitute enough buying power to make a dent in Papa John’s profit margin if they boycotted it, don’t have enough collective brains to actually invest in Vanguard (likely thinking the nanny state will take care of all their needs when they finally leave their parents’ house to venture out on their own and discover they have no marketable skills other than sitting on the couch and eating potato chips), and wouldn’t purchase diapers, because that would imply they actually fucked something of the opposite sex at some point in their lives, their so-called apology is anything but sincere.
A post on this page satirizing Sarah Palin using her baby as a political prop was very badly done and sounded like the author was mocking the child and not just Sarah Palin/Sarah Palin’s followers.
The writer, Jack Stuef, has apologized for it. And we have decided to remove the post as requested by some people who have nothing to do with Sarah Palin, but who do have an interest in the cause of special needs children. We apologize for the poor comedic judgment.
Yes, let’s make sure we make it clear that we wouldn’t remove an offensive piece of putrid vomit such as this just for the sake of the parents, because after all, they’re conservatives, and therefore deserve to have their kid beaten like a fucking pinata.
Let’s make sure that we mollify our vapid horde of frothing followers by clarifying that our removal of this offensive post was prompted by people who actually give a fuck about disabled kids (instead of ones who chose to actually give one a chance at life).
I doubt this will help Wonkette’s bleeding advertiser situation, because people who plop lots of cash down to promote their products know a FAIL when they see it.
And that’s why the Drooling Ignorami of Libtardia hate the free market. It won’t allow them to make complete douchebags of themselves with impunity.
UPDATE: More companies pulling their advertising from Wonkette.
Including Kodak, Coca Cola, Ford and others.
Karma is a bitch, eh Wonkette?