Wednesday, November 5, 2008

And Now It's Time for "Who Has the Biggest Ego?" With Mrs. M.

It's no secret-99.9% of these bitches in Hollywood are egomaniacal assholes who think the Earth, moon, stars, and uteruses revolve around them. But there's a new form of flattery in Hollywood-associating yourself with President Obama. Let's here from three of the biggest, most annoying jerkoffs in Hollywood. First up, Tears of a George Clooney:
"I congratulate President-elect Obama on his historic victory, and now it's time to begin unifying the country so we can take on the extraordinary challenges that this generation faces."
Why does George Clooney continuously think we give a shit what he has to say? STFU! You are just an actor and a bad one at that. Put a sock in it and move along.
Next, let us here from Speaker of the House-no...wait..I meant rapper and his own personal Jesus, Diddy.
"I felt like my vote was the vote that put him into office. ... And that may not be true but that's how much power it felt like I had."
Yes Diddy. You have so much power that you can single handidly sway a nation. We are but babbling morons blessed to live in the United States of Diddy. Not only does your intelligence blind us, but your ability to promote a group of skanky ass hos amazes us beyond belief. Thank you, Diddy for letting us live in your world.
Finally another celeb desperate for us to know they have ties to the presidency is Pete Wentz who says "My parents met working for Joe Biden (on one of his earlier campaigns). If it weren't for Joe Biden, I would not exist as a human being. ... I am proud to be a part of history in the making."
Yes, thank God for Joe Biden. Because if it weren't for him, we would not have Pete Wentz which means we wouldn't have skinny jeans or flat irons which means we would all walk around bottomless with askew hair. Forget all the things Biden is sure to accomplish while in office. THIS is what he shall be associated with in the history books. Sugar, he's going down swinging.


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