Tuesday, September 28, 2021
HomeRecommendedWho else but a leftist, elitist snob would take personal shots at...

Who else but a leftist, elitist snob would take personal shots at Paula Deen?

Whatever you may think about her food being healthy (she does actually have “light” recipes, by the way), Paula Deen is a real sweetheart that you’d love to live next door to.

She does tons of charity work, from The Bethesda Home for Boys to donating food to local Atlanta food banks; seems like a gal everyone would love, right?

Apparently not, if you’re a corporation-hating liberal hypocrite like her fellow “chef” Anthony Bourdain.

Anthony Bourdain has a TV show of his own, on the Discovery Networks (large corporation) owned Travel Channel called “No Reservations“, where he gets to jet all over the world (burning fossil fuel) tasting local cuisine and describing the culture. Sounds like fun.

The fun ends when he gets to describing other people in the food show business, like Paula. Interviewed in TV Guide recently, he had this to say of TV Food Network chefs like Paula Deen;

On Paula Deen: “The worst, most dangerous person to America is clearly Paula Deen. She revels in unholy connections with evil corporations and she’s proud of the fact that her food is f–king bad for you […] plus, her food sucks.”

On Guy Fieri: “I look at Guy Fieri and I just think, ‘Jesus, I’m glad that’s not me.'”

On Rachael Ray: “Does she even cook anymore? I don’t know why she bothers. To her credit, she never said she was good at it.”

On Sandra Lee: “There was an incident with Sandra Lee where I ran into her [after criticizing her publicly]. It was deeply terrible. Don’t mess with her. I rarely feel uncomfortable, but she has a powerful force. I hate her works on this planet, but she is not someone to be dismissed, clearly.”

Wait. “The worst, most dangerous person to America is clearly Paula Deen.” What??

The most dangerous people in America are people who think like Anthony here. They pass laws that screw life up for everyone else, all the while thinking they know better than anyone else.

Well, Paula Deen didn’t take his crap, thankfully. Being nice as pie, Paula replied to Bourdain;

“Anthony Bourdain needs to get a life. You don’t have to like my food, or Rachael’s, Sandra’s and Guy’s. But it’s another thing to attack our character. I wake up every morning happy for where I am in life. It’s not all about the cooking, but the fact that I can contribute by using my influence to help people all over the country. In the last two years, my partners and I have fed more than 10 million hungry people by bringing meat to food banks.”

Basting Bourdain for his apparent lack of charity and his attitude, she said, “My good friends Rachael, Guy and Sandra are the most generous charitable folks I know. They give so much of their time and money to help the food-deprived, sick children and abandoned animals. I have no idea what Anthony has done to contribute besides being irritable.”

Deen continued, “You know, not everybody can afford to pay $58 for prime rib or $650 for a bottle of wine. My friends and I cook for regular families who worry about feeding their kids and paying the bills . . . It wasn’t that long ago that I was struggling to feed my family, too.”

On Fox and Friends, Paula Deen said more;

Deen responded to Bourdain’s charges on Fox Friday morning, saying she was “shocked,“ and wondered if it was a ”publicity thing“ or if maybe ”“somebody had just peed in his bowl of cereal that morning.”

Okay, it could be a simple publicity stunt; maybe Anthony Bourdain’s ratings are sliding and he needed to be controversial?

Then again, maybe this is a symptom of a greater problem in America. I hear it from my own brothers; Corporations are evil – government is good and great. It’s like the brain-eating amoeba that enters through a carelessly unguarded orifice, and rots the brain. It’s leftist/liberal ideology and it’s seriously the most dangerous thing in America.

People like Paula Deen dangerous? Not so much.

Crossposted to A Tow Dog

Erick Brockwayhttp://www.erickbrockway.com
Work seven days a week at two jobs, a newly RETIRED EO1 (E6) in the Navy Reserves (Seabees), blog when I can from cellphone and computer. @erickbrockway #catcot #tcot Currently living in Camarillo, CA, about 45 miles North of LA. I have a wife (20+ years) son, and two daughters.

14 COMMENTS

Leave a Reply

14 COMMENTS

  1. It’s not just Paula Deen, either. This (redacted) son of a (redacted)just dissed my wife, my late mother and my late grandmother.
    The food they cooked was NOT f-ing bad for me, it f-ing sustained me.
    And here’s something else – the f-ing education I got when I was a lad was NOT

    • rantski: The ‘puter told me “That’s enough for now, Bob!” My entire life, and all of the circumstances surrounding it, may have not been a fairy tale, but the parts of it that were good, I’m sick and tired of the celebrity this-and-that’s and their media enablers trashing it, along with my country.
      Okay,’puter. I’m done now.

  2. For my two cents worth, paying attention to what some reality TV personality says about someone else is like taking advice from Kim Kardasian [sp?]. It’s like Fox having some story on the website about Kim says this or Kim says that. Who the heck cares? Ignore them and they quickly become irrelevant.

    This is directed to the crackpots, who try outrageous verbal stunts like the charlatan described above traveling the world to eat.

    • I was somewhat flummoxed by Spectator, NRO and a few others publishing seemingly serious pieces this past spring about the kid singer, Justin Bibber, a Canadian national, taking a ‘conservative’ stance on some issue or other. (though one pub. did reference a ludicrous pasrroting by the Bibster of a liberal statement on something else) I’m thinking, who is the target audience of these pieces? Ten-year-olds don’t read Spectator.

      • I’m with you on this point! Is this what goes for hard hitting news investigations or reporting now?

        To think someone writes this gibberish as something meaningful would lead me to believe we crossed over into the Twilight Zone or some other alternate reality.

        That must be it as I hardly see anything that resembles the country I grew up in.

  3. But seeing them shooting leftist barbs at Paula Deen is like watching some beard-scratching puke bad mouthing your Grandma.

    She bakes pies and makes fried chicken with country gravy, all jerks like Anthony can do is eat crap nobody cares about and put other people down. Paula wins.

    • I can certainly see your concerns. Bad mouthing either of my grandmas’ would have gotten my dander up too!

      I do miss southern cooking!!

      Lately it seems all these sorts of pukes do is bad mouth someone else from out of left field to get some air time.

      Now of course, if Mr. Bourdain carried a purse pooch or some other notable accessory or made “home” movies as other have done, his street cred would put him in a stronger position as someone to be listed to also. {snark, just in case this is taken as a serious comment]

  4. If Paula Deen is the worst person in America, things are a lot better here than I ever even imagined.

    And this guy sounds like a real loser. I bet he wakes up every morning with a scowl on his face and greets the day with a snarl. I don’t envy anyone who knows him.

  5. There are people (Paula Deen) who after surviving life’s trials, gave back to those in the same situation, once they had increase through hard work and God’s grace in their own lives.

    Bourdain would not recognize God’s grace if it were fed to him.

  6. I dont even know his politics. But I cant wait for 2012, if our guy or gal looks like they’re going to win say in October , the crowd Bourdain caters too and hangs with, many of them, start with that “OMG OMG I’m leaving this country if Obama loses the election.” PLEASE.

  1. It’s not just Paula Deen, either. This (redacted) son of a (redacted)just dissed my wife, my late mother and my late grandmother.
    The food they cooked was NOT f-ing bad for me, it f-ing sustained me.
    And here’s something else – the f-ing education I got when I was a lad was NOT

    • rantski: The ‘puter told me “That’s enough for now, Bob!” My entire life, and all of the circumstances surrounding it, may have not been a fairy tale, but the parts of it that were good, I’m sick and tired of the celebrity this-and-that’s and their media enablers trashing it, along with my country.
      Okay,’puter. I’m done now.

  2. For my two cents worth, paying attention to what some reality TV personality says about someone else is like taking advice from Kim Kardasian [sp?]. It’s like Fox having some story on the website about Kim says this or Kim says that. Who the heck cares? Ignore them and they quickly become irrelevant.

    This is directed to the crackpots, who try outrageous verbal stunts like the charlatan described above traveling the world to eat.

    • I was somewhat flummoxed by Spectator, NRO and a few others publishing seemingly serious pieces this past spring about the kid singer, Justin Bibber, a Canadian national, taking a ‘conservative’ stance on some issue or other. (though one pub. did reference a ludicrous pasrroting by the Bibster of a liberal statement on something else) I’m thinking, who is the target audience of these pieces? Ten-year-olds don’t read Spectator.

      • I’m with you on this point! Is this what goes for hard hitting news investigations or reporting now?

        To think someone writes this gibberish as something meaningful would lead me to believe we crossed over into the Twilight Zone or some other alternate reality.

        That must be it as I hardly see anything that resembles the country I grew up in.

  3. But seeing them shooting leftist barbs at Paula Deen is like watching some beard-scratching puke bad mouthing your Grandma.

    She bakes pies and makes fried chicken with country gravy, all jerks like Anthony can do is eat crap nobody cares about and put other people down. Paula wins.

    • I can certainly see your concerns. Bad mouthing either of my grandmas’ would have gotten my dander up too!

      I do miss southern cooking!!

      Lately it seems all these sorts of pukes do is bad mouth someone else from out of left field to get some air time.

      Now of course, if Mr. Bourdain carried a purse pooch or some other notable accessory or made “home” movies as other have done, his street cred would put him in a stronger position as someone to be listed to also. {snark, just in case this is taken as a serious comment]

  4. If Paula Deen is the worst person in America, things are a lot better here than I ever even imagined.

    And this guy sounds like a real loser. I bet he wakes up every morning with a scowl on his face and greets the day with a snarl. I don’t envy anyone who knows him.

  5. There are people (Paula Deen) who after surviving life’s trials, gave back to those in the same situation, once they had increase through hard work and God’s grace in their own lives.

    Bourdain would not recognize God’s grace if it were fed to him.

  6. I dont even know his politics. But I cant wait for 2012, if our guy or gal looks like they’re going to win say in October , the crowd Bourdain caters too and hangs with, many of them, start with that “OMG OMG I’m leaving this country if Obama loses the election.” PLEASE.

Must Read