iOS app Android app

Seth Grahame-Smith
GET UPDATES FROM Seth Grahame-Smith
Seth Grahame-Smith is a film & television writer/producer living in America's Heartland -- Los Angeles, CA. He's the founder of The Department of Homeland Apology, a grassroots initiative demanding an apology from President George W. Bush for the offenses of his two terms. He's also founder of the groups: Democrats for Levi Johnston, Progressives Against Progress, and Please, Steve Doocy, Commit Suicide Already. His new book is Pardon My President: Ready-to-Mail Apologies for Eight Years of George W. Bush.

Blog Entries by Seth Grahame-Smith

Should Adopted Children be Allowed to Say "Mommy" and "Daddy?"

Posted November 25, 2008 | 13:44:20 (EST)

My wife and I are expecting our first child any day now. A beautiful, natural, biological child - just the way God intended children to be.

Impending fatherhood, plus the fact that my home state of California has proven that civil rights are subject to voter approval, has emboldened me...

Read Post

7 Reasons McCain Will Win in a Landslide Today

Posted November 3, 2008 | 14:15:17 (EST)

Back in July, I wrote a piece predicting a huge Obama win. I even offered a recipe for an Election Night drink called the "McCrush" (vodka and Orange Crush over crushed ice, served in a hollow flip-flop with a sprig of pandering). But that was an electoral eternity ago...

Read Post

The Assassination of John McCain by the Coward John McCain

Posted October 14, 2008 | 14:10:32 (EST)

John McCain is dead.

Cut down by a coward.

For years, the Senator from Arizona was a man of conviction and passion. A man who stood shoulder to shoulder with liberals and independents on key issues. A man who fought to clean up the influence of corporate money in politics,...

Read Post

It's Time to Demand an Apology from George W. Bush

Posted October 6, 2008 | 21:38:24 (EST)

Mr. President,

When grown ups make a mistake, wrong someone, cause harm -- they apologize. It's the quickest way to settle the issue and get on with life. It demonstrates strength and character. Humility and honor.

You've caused quite a bit of harm, Mr. President. We're still waiting for...

Read Post

What Else Would President McCain Postpone in a Crisis?

Posted September 24, 2008 | 16:54:48 (EST)

(UPDATE: So now we know that it was Obama who first called McCain and suggested a joint statement on the crisis this morning, which McCain agreed to, before pulling a fast one and going on TV with his "suspend" surprise. What a cynical, political, desperate man he's become. I can...

Read Post

The Man Who Called His Wife a "C--t" Cries "Sexism!"

Posted September 10, 2008 | 18:49:06 (EST)

The man who can't remember how many houses he owns cries "elitist!"

The man who said "The issue of economics is not something I've understood as well as I should, and "I believe the fundamentals of this economy are strong," cries "economy!"

The man whose running mate denies manmade global...

Read Post

There Will Be Blood: Obama Supporters React to Palin's Speech

Posted September 4, 2008 | 16:33:26 (EST)

Sarah Palin gave a very good speech last night. Not great; not star-making, as some have dubbed it -- but very good. Give the woman her props. True, it contained little or no mention of policy, but that wasn't her job. She was there to deliver applause lines, platitudes, and...

Read Post

8 Reasons Sarah Palin is More Qualified than Barack Obama

Posted September 2, 2008 | 17:16:17 (EST)

Sarah Palin (sp?) has ignited the presidential race and fired up the GOP -- as evidenced by three women at the RNC who took the time to print the words "We," "Love," and "Sarah" on pieces of paper and tape them to the backs of their t-shirts. Sarah's even won...

Read Post

Five Questions for John McCain: An Urgent Appeal to the MSM

Posted August 19, 2008 | 16:31:06 (EST)

Dear Mainstream Media,

For all the attention you've lavished on John McCain's Saddleback "victory," not ONE of you has asked him ANY of the obvious follow-ups:

Question #1: "Did you err when you attributed the 'cross in the dirt' story to yourself, and if not, why didn't you ever mention...

Read Post

Hilt-Owned -- Paris Responds to McCain's Ad

Posted August 5, 2008 | 22:19:15 (EST)

Love her or hate her, you've gotta hand it to Paris Hilton...

She just made John McCain her bitch.

In less than two minutes, she accomplished not one...

Read Post

Would McCain Rather Win Than Catch bin Laden?

Posted July 25, 2008 | 18:10:07 (EST)

On today's Situation Room, when Wolf Blitzer asked him about his vow to catch Osama bin Laden, John Mccain said, "Well, I'm not gonna telegraph a lot of the things that I'm gonna do, because then it might compromise our ability to do so. But look, I know the area....

Read Post

McCain's Got 99 Problems

Posted July 22, 2008 | 16:26:23 (EST)

John McCain is having such a bad July that writing about his collective woes would require the patience and talent of David McCullough. Since I have neither, I turned (as I often do) to the wisdom of Jay-Z, and listed the first 99 that came to mind:

99. Bush's willingness...

Read Post

All of McCain's Base Belongs to Us: Why It Won't Even Be Close

Posted July 1, 2008 | 21:29:13 (EST)

It's over.

It's mathematically impossible for John McCain to win.

Were the great Tim Russert still with us, he would call the election for Obama at 7pm Eastern time. No, I'm not talking about November 4th -- I mean tonight.

Here we are in the present -- an electric...

Read Post

Fear of a Black President

Posted June 19, 2008 | 19:37:46 (EST)

UPDATE: It seems like a lot of you are reading this and concluding that I'm either an idiot or a racist. I'll cop to being an idiot -- HuffPo probably isn't the best forum for unflattering self-analysis, especially where race is involved. But let me point out two things: one,...

Read Post

6 Other Things that Aren't "Change We Can Believe In"

Posted June 5, 2008 | 16:32:03 (EST)

By now, McCain's "green speech" has been widely praised as one of the funniest half-hours of television since Arrested Development was canceled. The speech aimed to turn Obama's "Change We Can Believe In" slogan into a surprise Mac Attack by inserting the words "That's Not" at the beginning of it....

Read Post

George W. Bush's Magical Closet of Democracy

Posted May 15, 2008 | 19:51:02 (EST)

Most of the time, George W. Bush displays a merely middling level of breathtaking stupidity. Roughly the level of those who need Rush to tell them how to vote or Ann to tell them who they hate. But once in a while, as he did today in the Knesset, he...

Read Post

It's Not About Hating Hillary

Posted May 5, 2008 | 15:22:28 (EST)

It's about believing in Barack.

When it comes to forgetting that, I'm as guilty as they come. Guilty of twisting myself into something more "anti-Hillary" than "pro-Obama." Guilty of letting righteous indignation cloud the big picture. Most of all -- I'm guilty of forgetting what drew me to the...

Read Post

Excerpts from Hillary's Interview on The O'Reilly Factor

Posted April 29, 2008 | 20:24:43 (EST)

The following is a partial transcript of Hillary Clinton's interview on an imaginary episode of The O'Reilly Factor.

Bill: Did you agree with me when I characterized Mexicans as "wetbacks" on the air?

Hillary: I, uh...

Bill: By the way, I thought your joke -- you know, the one about...

Read Post

Ten Things to Remember on Tuesday Night

Posted April 22, 2008 | 00:58:10 (EST)

Hillary Clinton will win Pennsylvania.

Arguments over the meaning or meaninglessness of her win will dominate MSM and stretch bandwidth to its breaking point. Bloggers and pundits will dust off their favorite boxing metaphors: "Hillary's off the ropes!" "Obama can't land the knockout!" Hillbots will rejoice, Obamabots will panic,...

Read Post

Norma Rae Clinton: Hillary's Middle Class Hypocrisy

Posted April 14, 2008 | 16:28:04 (EST)

And so her suicide campaign continues.

Last Sunday, Barack Obama was speaking at a fundraiser when he said that some small town voters "cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations."...

Read Post