The 50 Most Loathsome People in America 2005 according to The Beast.

Just got down reading The BEAST 50 Most Loathsome People in America, 2005 and I have to admit I agreed with pretty much the entire list including:

42. Nancy Grace

Charges: Revenges herself nightly for the murder of her fiancée on every criminal suspect and defendant; facts be damned. Despite her viscous, Gump-like hyper-drawl, her brain can barely keep pace. Looks like a camel in drag. Her crude vindictiveness is to the myth of the southern belle what Roots was to the myth of the genteel South.

Exhibit A: Repeatedly utters a snarling “You know what?” at guests who question her-not as a rhetorical device, but as a declarative sentence.

Sentence: Wrongly convicted and summarily executed by intrauterine electrocution on national television, so horrifying the nation that capital punishment is thenceforth outlawed.

… and …

13. God

Charges: If your answer to the age-old question of God’s existence is “yes,” your next question should be, “Why is he such a dick?” After three major natural disasters, not to mention the eternal constants of famine, war and disease, to believe in God is to believe either that He enjoys fucking with us, or at best has totally lost interest in the whole “people” thing. Never calls anymore.

Exhibit A: Mosquitoes, Ralph Reed.

Sentence: Forever listening to an unending stream of idiotic, mundane prayers uttered by the dumbest, most inarticulate people in His creation.

Link found via The Moderate Voice.

5 thoughts on “The 50 Most Loathsome People in America 2005 according to The Beast.

  1. This list is as depressing as hell because it brings to mind too many who are in power and of authority that have no business being so.

    On a bad day I may recall ten adverse situations and the fools who champion them. Today I’m burdened with 50 and a certain knowledge that there are many others equally as loathsome.

    And the number of idiot commenters has increased here as well. Gaaah!

    Why must we make the decisions as to which negative alternatives we abhor the least? Will the pendulum ever swing in the other direction?

    Yes, the list depresses me but it’s one I need to be willing to ponder.

  2. I completely agree that the number one most loathsome “person” on that list found his rightful place at number one (though I would agree that Fred Phelps is even worse than him). 95% people on the list certainly belonged there. And I’m glad to see that Tom Cruise made the list as well.

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