Girl Scouts and Their Filthy Cookie Money

January 31, 2014 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

The Belles of Heaven Republican Women’s Clubs across America are plenty upset with the Girl Scouts and their dirty minds.

Did you know that Girl Scouts are teaching your daughters to be tramps and encouraging them to have abortions?

Yeah, me neither.

A group of Republican women are plenty upset about this cookie mess.  And do you want to know the straw that broke the camel’s back?  Wendy Davis.

“We’re asking you to boycott Girl Scout cookies in 2014,” reads a new site dedicated to the boycott, explaining that Davis should not be lifted up as a “worthy role model for our children.” The same accusation is being leveled against the group in regard to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who was included in a different news article about influential U.S. women that the Girl Scouts shared on its Facebook page.

They are perfectly serious.  They even have a logo and everything.

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So the way I figure it, we liberals are under a sacred obligation to buy some Girl Scout Cookies!  Oh hell, go wild, buy three or twenty boxes.  Use them to feed your campaign block walkers at your local Democratic headquarters.

Thanks to Old Fart for the heads up.


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41 Comments to “Girl Scouts and Their Filthy Cookie Money”

  1. I am out of the country, so I have notified all my friends to buy extras and freeze them to save for me when I return. Let’s all be cookie monsters this year!

  2. Lorraine in Spring says:

    LOL. Cookies. LOL. Girl Scout Cookies. LOL. Seriously? LOL. If that’s all they got left, 2014 & 2016 will be banner years for Dems in America!

    Good Grief.

    Cookies. LOL.

  3. Kay Carrasco says:

    Wait, what?! Thin Mints are actually a liberal political support statement?? (And I just thought they made my butt look big. Who knew?) SIGN ME UP!!! 😉 <3 🙂

  4. They’ll have to pry my Samoas outta my cold dead hands…

    I don’t know how much more of this batcarp insanity I can take, and the 2014 elections are ten effen months away yet.

  5. Sister Artemis says:

    I normally steer away from the cookie tables. This year? probably not.

  6. Mary in Austin says:

    It was my bounden duty, and I don’t care about the extra gym time, I bought extra and I am proud of the Girl Scouts for standing up to the yahoos.

  7. Oh good grief! If you go to the CookieCott2014 website, it lists Waco, TX as the point of contact. Another fine organization to add to the local line up. A friend from out of state made the statement that you live in another country. I corrected her by saying I live in another universe.

    I don’t need the cookies but this just hacks me off. Order up!

  8. Great! No guilt when I double up on thin mints and shortbread cookies this year.

  9. In the vein mined by Kay Carrasco and Sandridge
    they will have to pry the Thin mints from my cold dead hands.

    I’ll just buy me another case (of thin mints) and send a matching amount to Miz Leticia’s campaign.

    The only way I can accept that God loves Greg Abbot is to consider that Greg amuses Him somehow.

  10. Judging by the comments at the end of the article, the Girl Scouts may have a banner year for cookie sales. There was even a suggestion to send them over to our soldiers in Afghanistan. Go Scouts!

  11. Now, I’m going to send some to Afghanistan, too, to my adopted soldier, through Homefront Hugs. As a former Girl Scout & campaigner for Wendy, I’m even MORE fired up now.

  12. Dang it. My wife usually buys a couple of cases of thin mints and other varieties. Now I have to escalate because of these twits. What about the gun nuts that had their picture taken in Arlington, TX, the other day with some Girl Scouts selling their cookies?

    That should have evened out their criticism of the GSA.

  13. Fred Farklestone says:

    Point of contact for
    Look a woman isn’t even running the cookiecott BS!

    For media queries or information, please contact:
    John Pisciotta
    Director of Pro-Life Waco

  14. Fred Farklestone says:

    Here’s a photo of John Pisciotta!
    Anyone want to bet that Pisciotta has a supply of Viagra ready to help service any of the distraught women in

  15. It’s sad to be a hidebound right-winger and be in abject fear of most of the things you encounter in your uptight, hypercritical life. It’s a self-inflicted wound if there ever was one.

  16. Elise Von Holten says:

    I am so buying a case or two and will say it is to contribute in Wendy Davis’ honor–heck, I’ll pledge to buy four cases over the selling season–the food banks will love them, thin mints here I come–I’m giving monthly, but I’ll do this instead of church…
    Doggone this makes this girl from a foreign country/state pissed off–I’m gonna donate to all the democratic women in all the states that are running… It’s time to take back the night–in broad daylight..damn them for their indifference to born children, and their interference—I know the abuse of being unwanted, impoverished, and scorned—
    I really am starting to hate them…
    Terrifyingly hate them…I already know my rage can kill…so I try to never get this angry–rage is a horrible thing to waste, so since we are going into battle, I’d like to save my angry for real battles, not dealing with some bitches!

  17. Fred Farklestone says:

    Why not buy Girl Scout cookies in John Pisciotta and cookiecott’s name?

  18. Sandridge says:

    Aha, (from the TP article, this is also what’s hacking the Reptaliban off:
    “In reality, Girl Scouts USA takes no official position on either abortion or birth control. Organization officials repeatedly emphasize that these are topics best discussed between girls and their parents.”

    No room there for the preachers, Perry, Abott, Dewhurst, or the rest of ’em to mess with little Suzy’s mind and impose their twisted ‘belief’ system onto it.
    A sole parental prerogative, who ever heard of such heresy…

    Email site of the idiots.
    This is what I sent. To the idiots.
    Please feel free to make your feelings known.

    I will buy extra cookies to make up for your stupidity. And enjoy them.

  20. As a former Girl Scout and GS Leader, I’ve already bought my case.

    When my GS was selling cookies, we sold them out of the law office as well as Holloman Air Force Base….We sent every Girl to Camp for free!!!!

    Yes, the cookies freeze very well.

  21. Old Girl Scout leader here. Cannot figure this out. These women must be smoking somebody’s old drapes! Ya know what I mean?

  22. Marge Wood says:

    Where’d you find anyone who had a case of GS cookies they’d let you buy? I practically had to bribe them to get two boxes. And I hate to mention this again but if TPP passes and more and more jobs go overseas and the Koch bros. manage to get the 17th amendment repealed (google it) it won’t matter how many Dems get elected. Make them calls.

  23. I call B.S., and by that I do not mean Boy Scouts. Now I’ll have to find some girl scouts and buy a whole big bunch of cookies. Greta VanSustern’s latest idiocy was bad enough, but this? This is the silliest it can get, isn’t it. Please, someone, please tell me the repugs can’t get any goofier. Please.

  24. Rubymay, I can tell you that, but you and I both don’t believe me!

    For those who wish to support scouting without buying carbs/calories. Please feel free to make a donation directly to the troop doing the selling or to the council in your area or even to GSUSA. This means all of your donation dollars go to support the programs for these scouts instead of a small percentage per box.

    I usually donate $20 per troop I see out with a cookie table instead of buying the cookies themselves.

  25. Just a reminder for Valentine’s day from my favorite Girl Scout(s):

    Nothing says Love like a box of G.S. Cookies!

  26. austinhatlady says:

    I buy at least two boxes from every cookie table I see, and from my darling “almost god-daughter” I bought every box of Thin Mints she had and a couple boxes of Trefoils. Perhaps I’ll make that four boxes from every cookie table.

  27. Who do they propose as role models for girls? Sarah Palin and Honey Boo Boo? They should remember that some of these Scouts will be voting in 2020.

  28. Marge Wood says:

    Okay, somebody good with higher math add up all these cookies pledged for. I want to tell my favorite GS leaders about how many cookies were sold. Boxes, crates, railroad cars, whatever.

  29. Elizabeth says:

    We already bought some cookies, and we can certainly buy more. I have someone in Afghanistan to send some cookies to.

    What kind of depraved women pick on Girl Scouts? What were they in, some private sorority?

  30. RepubAnon says:

    Why do they call them “Thin Mints” if they don’t make you thin?

    This gives me a great idea for political activism: the “Eat Girls Scout Cookies at Tea Party Events” political theater! Go to a Tea Party rally, and eat cookies at them – no sharing unless they agree to vote for Democrats…

  31. Marge Wood says:

    RepubAnon: Great suggestion! Maybe we should pass them around at meetings of Yeller Dawgs (tomorrow and every Saturday except Christmas, 11 to 1 at Tres Amigos on Cap of Tx Hwy) here in Austin. Unfortunately if I take ours to YD my husband may have a spasm. Maybe I can come up with some more before the next meeting of South Travis United Democrats, 3rd Tuesday of every month, 6ish pm, Brick Oven at Slaughter and Brodie, in way way south Austin. Mark Hailer from Texas Democrats is due to speak at the next meeting. Bring your GS cookies and come on over!

  32. This garbage again? Don’t they tired of spewing the same nonsense every freaking year?

    Go ye and buy cookies likewise.

  33. Already got my thinmints, probably time to get some more. They go fast.

  34. No. 1 on my list of things to do today is to go buy GS cookies. Bye!

  35. TexasEllen says:

    This site helps you find out where the girls have set up their cookie stands if you give them your zip code.

    This diabetic is going to get a case of cookies for our local food pantry. That should be a nice treat for some folks that are scraping by.

  36. I sold more than my share, then my kids sold some. I’ve bought a lot but will just donate to a local troop instead of the bakery. I guess the donate-cookies-to-servicemen program (Troops for Troops) that’s been going on for several years doesn’t get the Girl Scouts any credit with the repugs.

  37. The “Cookie-cott” logo, with pictures of GS cookies, makes me want GS cookies. I’ll be sure and get some when they come around.

  38. I don’t want to make anyone jealous, but here in NYC on Friday, there’s going to be a GS Cookie Green Carpet at Vanderbilt Hall at Grand Central Terminal. I’m wheat-free, so any cookies I buy will be donated to others.

    As for the Wackos in Waco, listen up: If you hate abortion, DON’T HAVE ONE. I’m far more concerned with the children already born, bozos.

  39. TroopLeaderIn Austin says:

    I learned about the Waco protest just before our booth sales opened this weekend. The leaders at Girl Scouts of Central Texas sent us information and advice on how to handle ourselves, so we were ready.

    Saturday afternoon, I met a lady at my daughter’s cookie booth who mentioned that she had been a Girl Scout when she was younger. As is my wont, I engaged her in conversation about her experience as a young scout–I adore the memories that motherly and grandmotherly scouts are willing to share!–and when I mentioned that unfortunately, all the good that comes from Girl Scouts seems overshadowed by negative publicity, this charming lady revealed that the other reason she was buying cookies that day was as a form of protest.

    She explained that your blog was encouraging additional sales as a counter-protest to the nonsense from Waco. Well, I almost cried! Thank you to our customer on Saturday, and thank you to everyone who supports the activities of Girl Scouts all over the country!

  40. GeorgiaGirl76 says:

    It is real sad. Over the past few years we have actually had adults come up to our young ladies and tell them straight to their faces that they would not buy any of their cookies because they were promoting abortions. That is not how grown adults are suppose to act. That was the first time my daughter had ever hear the word abortion, and she wanted me to tell her what it meant and why those people were so angry at her and her cookies. Just sad!

  41. Not ALL Republicans feel this way. We’re proud of our scouts and the values GS has instilled in our girls. My husband and I are pretty conservative, but we’re more about doing what’s morally right and protecting our freedom that we are given as US citizens. It’s no one’s business what we do to our bodies if we’re not hurting anyone else.