Bad Seeds: Faces Only a Mother&*¢#@$ Could Love, Part Deux

Last time I was too lazy to do a proper post Hey, kids! Remember how much fun we had with baby pictures before? Well, I was farting around in Photoshop my crack team of unnamed sources have uncovered the Cheney family album! I’ve dusted it off, discarded the bullet-ridden photos, and now present to you, the pictures never made public before.

Here’s Deadeye Dick at 1 month old. Awwwwww!

Here he is at 6 months. They’re so cute at that age, because their personalities start to really come out.

Here he is as a toddler, and that personality just continues to ooze out of the little fella!

Little Dick seems to have gotten camera-shy after that, but here’s a pic of Baby Lynne. I think it was clear even way back then that she and Deadeye Dick were made for each other!

Finally, here’s a baby pic of the girls, Mary in the foreground and Little Lizzie in the background.

The family evil legacy continues.


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31 responses to “Bad Seeds: Faces Only a Mother&*¢#@$ Could Love, Part Deux

  1. Pass on my best regards to your crack team – they’ve done a fine job. The picture of wee Dick at 6mos. is my favorite.

    • i will let them know, don. i’m sure they will be thrilled to hear the praise came from you. they adore you and swear they will never go on your lawn. 🙂

  2. i cant wait to see the “girls of the GOP” – coulter, malkin, ingraham, crowley etc — when they were wetting their vitterpers..


  3. I want to formally renew my offer to move you to Texas and financially support you so you can create hilarious shit like this all day.
    Babydick Cheney’s gummy snarl was just too funny.

    • sure i’ll move down, zippy, but i won’t need any financial support. i’m going to make a fortune manufacturing and selling those halliburton pacifiers. i’m going to make some insurance company pacifiers, too. i’m going to sell them to members of congress. so many of them suckle at the teat of defense contractors and insurance companies that these should be very calming for them.

  4. Which one of the girls is the lesbian? I need to know which one Jesus hates so I can hate her too.

  5. Yikes! Evil Babies?! I need a memory colonic…
    I haven’t enjoyed Evil Babies so mush since this:

  6. No one has said anything about the Ayn Rand portrait, which came from the article in The Nation?

    I guess that means it’s up to me. I have an entire file of anti-Rand and anti-Objectivist quotes. Here goes!

    This is not a novel to be tossed aside lightly.
    It should be thrown with great force.
    ~Dorothy Parker on Atlas Shrugged

    There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.
    ~Kung Fu Monkey

    It is an interesting exercise to compare Ayn Rand’s forward to Atlas Shrugged (she claims that she is the only novelist in history to write about a new idea) with L. Ron Hubbard’s forward to his Mission Earth series (he claims that if you don’t find it uproariously funny your’e obviously exactly the sort of shumck he was trying to ridicule, and no, he’s not kidding). I am quite sure the two were never in the same room together, as the Universe would have collapsed from the accumulated hubris.
    ~TV Tropes

    How did we get here? You’ll find the Friedmanite free market ideology, lacking in merit for many of the situations to which it has been applied, yet its followers continuing howling that we ought to let the market decide, marketwide credit constipation be damned. The handmaiden of this foolishness, Rand’s objectivism, provides the ideological zombie virus that created many of the Freidmanite ideology’s true believers.
    ~Stranded Wind on Daily Kos

    This is a party (GOP), that constantly chastises Dems for having policies based on Karl Marx when they are now on the verge of adopting policies based on Ayn Rand (a soviet immigrant). The irony is hilarious.
    ~jroc133 on

    Atheism they wouldn’t get, but the virulently anti-soviet, anti-collectivist, pro royalist tendencies of Ayn Rand fit in quite nicely with the aspects of the GOP who saw the Cold War as the absolute pinnacle of American power. AKA “American Exceptionalism”, which is still powerful enough that even President Obama claimed he believed we are an exceptional people in the Saddleback forum.

    Still, I do agree that the ignorance of Ayn Rand’s true background and motivation seems to be pretty widespread among those suddenly embracing John Galt and other bad literature. Now, if they’d only read some Steinbeck, Dos Passos, Sinclair or anyone else who saw how crappy life was for most people under original laissez faire policies and they might have to think again.
    ~Berkeley Bear in Illinois on

    • i can always count on you to notice my little jokes, neon vincent! i don’t think i would have liked ayn rand very much.

      p.s. i would much rather have hung out with dorothy parker.

      • You wouldn’t have liked Ayn Rand. For a while, she ran a small scale version of Scientology based on her ideas.
        The Sociology of the Ayn Rand Cult

        Fortunately, the actual cult-like organization didn’t survive her death (there is an Ayn Rand Institute, but it’s just a think tank), although her followers still display some of the cultish ways.

        And, yes, you would have liked Dorothy Parker. She was a notorious wit.

  7. Guns don’t kill people. Babies do.

  8. jonte

    ah fuuny yet wrong

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