Joy McCall, 35, ‘had sex with schoolboy, 12, in back of her car’

February 26, 2014

What would the tabloids do without Florida?

Joy McCall

A 35-year-old Florida woman has been arrested over claims that she had been having sex with a 12-year-old boy. Joy L McCall is facing three counts of lewd and lascivious battery after the schoolboy confided in a friend at church.

McCall, a shop worker, confirmed that she had sex with the boy, according to police.

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    • Jason McGill says:

      I wish I had found some one like her when I was 12, if only to give my right hand some much needed relief. This woman sounds like the answer to a young boy’s dreams, but the PC police will make it sound like he was “victimized” with the dreaded “sex abuse”….

    • Ragspierre says:

      “It’s on our radar. We are watching it. We do have concerns about it,” Rebecca Winiger, president of Equality Arizona, a gay rights group, told TPM in a phone interview. “Not necessarily the part where ministers do not have to perform them in line with the tenets of their faith because that follows state law.”

      “But the definition of ministers does flow down to judges, which is in direct conflict with some of the already established judicial ethics policies. It would just create confusion.”

      Hmmm… Who could object to that…???

      Oh, RIGHT…!!!

      Queers who INSIST on forcing people to regard them as “normal”, regardless of their religious or other views, via government coercion.

      Poor Gus/Will Tell/Vance.

    • Ragspierre says:


      Palin, RIGHT again. Some more. Another time.

      Oh, and…

      Obama made it worse.


    • Ragspierre says:

      “Rep. Lawrence Lockman, R-Amherst, is widely regarded as a polarizing lawmaker who frequently uses divisive rhetoric during floor speeches and press events. On Tuesday, Democrats called for Lockman’s resignation, following a blog post by a liberal activist that detailed public statements about gays, abortion and rape made over several decades.”

      BURN HIM…!!!

      Tipping also referenced a 1996 Bangor Daily News story in which Lockman appeared dressed as a vampire outside the Federal Building in Bangor to protest the “vampire-nature” of the IRS and its “police-state” method of collecting taxes.

      ZOMG…!!! Collectivists having collective vapors…and NOT A FAINTING COUCH IN SIGHT…!!!

      Oh, the humanity…!!!

      Whadda moron…

  2. Steve says:

    The Clinton Library Documents…

  3. Ragspierre says:

    Well. Sort of like Benghazi then…

    (Ring, ring…) That’s the 3 am phone call coming in. Again. Without being answered.

  4. Ragspierre says:


    What have I predicted about Pres. ScamWOW’s rule that hasn’t been borne out…???

  5. Ragspierre says:

    Obama gives executive “deferred action” amnesty to young illegal immigrants (“DREAMers”) and suddenly there’s a surge of young illegals from Central America crossing the border. So weird! It’s almost as if the two events are somehow connected. …

    Hmmm… There COULD be something to this whole “cause-and-effect” thingy, after all…

  6. Ragspierre says:


    You can kill lots of people WITHOUT a gun…??? This could change a lot of things…

    BTW, note that it was guys WITH guns who stopped it.

    As usual.

    It appears the killers were “not all Muslims”. Again.

  7. Ragspierre says:

    Jump BACK, Vlad…!!!

    Pres. Mom Jeans has his “work shirt” on AND his sleeves rolled up…!!!

    Remember, he has a phone AND a pen…!!!

    Expect a strongly worded letter, incoming.

  8. Gus says:

    Lots of people of color, foreign born folks, and gays at the Oscars this year. The residents of greater Teabagistan must be feeling very oppressed. 🙁

    • Ragspierre says:

      OOoooo, yah, and teh Munchkins down in Oz were very sad that all the rain aborted the Flying Monkey salute to things only you have in your crazy mind.

      Sick, twisted, demented lil’ Collectivist troll.

  9. Ragspierre says:

    One element of Barack Obama’s extension of Carterism in his foreign policy is his hostility to Israel. In his hostility to Israel Obama has proved steadfast.

    The generally unflappable and moderate David Horovitz, editor of the Times of Israel, expresses deep dismay over Obama’s unloading on Israel in Jeffrey Goldberg’s interview with Obama. Horovitz calls it an “earth-shattering interview.” He concludes with the observation “that Obama chose to have his real say about Netanyahu before the prime minister had arrived, and it constituted something akin to political assassination.” John Podhoretz has more, all of it worth reading, here.

    There is an odd consistency about Pres. ScamWOW’s foreign policy apparent from the beginning.

    He’s reluctant to support real democratic urges, like those in Iran.

    He supports real anti-democratic regimes like that in Venezuela and other Latin states, and he pisses on our allies given any opportunity.

  10. Ragspierre says:

    Holy CRAP…

    The Best Actor is a God-bothering believer in the SKY FAERIE…


    The Best Supporting Actor is a grateful child of a mom who DID NOT abort him…!!!


  11. Ragspierre says:

    See, it isn’t about “live and let live”.

    It’s about “approve of me, motherflucker”!

    • Gus says:

      Jeez, the oppression you must feel knowing that a group you don’t approve of is marching in a St. Patrick’s Day parade somewhere in the world.

      • Ragspierre says:

        What is this “oppression” bullshit meme you have going?

        Noting your blatant hypocrisy and lies is not “oppression”, you poor, stupid, lying sack of shit.

        But we DO get you can’t deal with any of this in any other way.

        • Gus says:

          You are oppressed because you are less free to irrationally discriminate against people you don’t approve of for not being “normal”. Aren’t you, Clownselor?

          • Ragspierre says:



            Not any more that you queers are “oppressed” by not being included AS QUEERS FOR BEING QUEERS in a parade honoring a Catholic Saint.

  12. Ragspierre says:

    Remember the speech he gave at the U.N. when he started his administration? He said no nation can or should dominate another. I mean, there’s not a 12-year-old in the world who believes that. And he said the alignment of nations rooted in the cleavages of the long ago Cold War make no sense in this interconnected world.

    As our Secretary of State said today, or yesterday, after all this, this is a 19th century action in a 21st century world. As if what he means his actions where governments pursue expansion, territory domination, no longer exist in this century, as if that hasn’t been a constant in all of human history since Hannibal.

    They imagine the world as a new interconnected world where climate change is the biggest threat and they are shocked that the Russians actually are interested in territory.

    This is because the constructs the Collective uses instead of reality are all fantasy.

    And living in fantasy is dangerous because reality really DOES bite.

  13. Ragspierre says:


    You’d think the Deemocrats would be all proud to run under the ObamaDoggle banner. Because it “is the right thing to do” and all…

    Why, it’s almost as if they never believed any of that bullshit….

  14. Gus says:

    Haha, if this does’t say everything you need to know about the repression that is rampant in greater Teabagistan:

    • Ragspierre says:

      Wow. The PSYCHOTIC is strong with you today…!!!

      There is no such place.

      And it “represses” nobody for a person to legally change their name.

      Poor, demented one.

      • Gus says:

        It’s always cute when you deliberately pretend to not know what a piece says so that you can … ignore what it says.

        • Ragspierre says:

          Anybody can read it.

          And any sane person will recognize you are out of your flucking mind.

          • Gus says:

            They can read it:

            “Reynolds started going by “Conrad” when he was a child because his given name, Conald, was always shortened to “Connie,” a nickname he says was typically given to women.”

            And they can read that you pretend it didn’t happen.

          • Ragspierre says:

            I’ll just let that lil’ bag of crazy hang there.

  15. Ragspierre says:

    How many times do you have to watch the same magic trick before you start getting wise to the fact that the rabbit was never in the hat to begin with? The media’s approach to any controversy or scandal involving President Obama begins with two basic premises:

    Everything Obama does is right and good;
    Any critic who says otherwise is wrong and bad.

    This has been the way with everything from the 2009 “stimulus” bill to ObamaCare to Benghazi to the IRS scandal, and now we’re seeing the same method applied to the Russia-Ukraine crisis.

    Don’t listen to Obama’s Ukraine critics: he’s
    not ‘losing’ — and it’s not his fight
    – Michael Cohen, Guardian

    No, American Weakness Didn’t Encourage
    Putin to Invade Ukraine
    – Peter Beinart, The Atlantic

    Translation: “That thing you thought you saw did not actually happen.”

    In the initial reaction to Putin’s Crimean invasion, everyone saw it as an obvious embarrassment to Obama.

    Then the clever liberals went to work, re-arranging the facts. Within a few days, they will have convinced us (a) that anyone who criticizes Obama for what happened in Ukraine is a neocon chickenhawk who wants to start World War Three, and (b) that Obama’s leadership in this crisis has been faultless, praiseworthy and arguably even heroic. Because in the eyes of liberals, it could never be otherwise.

    This only really works with the brain-dead bung-suckers of the Collective.

    Right, Gus/Will Tell/Vance/et al suck-puppets…???

  16. Ragspierre says:

    Well, except Pres. ScamWOW isn’t “fixing” anything…

    except the next election.

    But it won’t work. People HATE being lied to.

  17. Ragspierre says:

    The budget I sent Congress this morning lays out how we’ll implement this agenda in a balanced and responsible way. It’s a roadmap for creating jobs with good wages and expanding opportunity for all Americans.
    —Pres. ScamWOW


    If this lying SOS had ANY clue about “creating jobs” the last 5 years would not reek for the American middle class.

  18. Ragspierre says:

    It’s from a Thunk Progress story, so it is naturally full of bullshitty goodness…

  19. Gus says:

    So Chipotle is lying because TP reported what Chipotle said.

    / wingnutery

    • Ragspierre says:

      No, moron.

      Chipotle is full of shit because there is no threat from Gorebal Climate Whatever to the avocado crop, most of which comes from a specific region of Mexico.

      There’s more of a threat from organized crime in Mexico.

      Boy, are you stupid.

      • Gus says:

        Yes, brilliant, Clownselor. I’m sure you know Chipotle’s business, including where they get their avocado, and the market therefor, much better than Chipotle. After all, you are schill for oil and gas.

        • Ragspierre says:

          More…even MORE…psychotic madness.

          I can read critically, and I read a commercial for Chipotle disguised as a Thunk Progressives “news” piece, directed to the dupes of the Collectivist druid religion of HATE science and modernity.

          How much of the Chipotle avocado used in Ohio comes from 350 miles or less?

          Texas? Virgina?

          Is the Kulhifornia “drought” the result of Gorebal Climate Thingy? Or is it the result of water policy by BIG GOVERNMENT?

          Do you seriously believe that a restaurant chain will pull a very high-demand item when it is NOT more expensive in the world market? Are you THAT stupid?

          You are such a bung-sucking moron.

          • Gus says:

            Haha, Chipotle issues commercials in its SEC filings.

            “How much of the Chipotle avocado used in Ohio comes from 350 miles or less?
            Texas? Virgina?”

            No idea. Neither do you. Guess who does know – Chipotle.

            “Do you seriously believe that a restaurant chain will pull a very high-demand item when it is NOT more expensive in the world market? ”

            If/when such item becomes too expensive, yeah. What margins can Chipotle sustain by offering guac? I mean, you know their business far better than anyone else, right?

          • Gus says:

            And you’re aware that TP isn’t the only outlet that reported what Chipotle said in its SEC filings, right?

            Or are you really that challenged?

          • Ragspierre says:

            “No idea. Neither do you.”

            First is true.

            Second is a lie.

            The answer is NONE, stupid.

            Do you EVER read? Try…???

          • Ragspierre says:

            I’m quite aware, stupid.

            That’s one reason I know exactly what this was…

            It was a press release designed to troll idiots from the Collective.

  20. Ragspierre says:

    Well, maltreatment of women would certainly be consistent with his nasty, hate-twisted nature and the general treatment of Deemocrats toward women.

  21. Ragspierre says:

    Yep. Per normal Mushroom Media practice…er, style book…

    Don’t mention that “D”, or bury it deep in any negative story.

  22. Ragspierre says:

    But the liar of the Collective insist there is no scandal here.

    But they are liars.

  23. Ragspierre says:

    My TEA party is WAY more beautiful, youthful, and racially diverse than your Collective!

  24. Gus says:

    “Limbaugh pointed to a joke DeGeneres made about the category: “Possibility number one, ’12 Years a Slave’ wins Best Picture. Possibility number two, you’re all racists.”
    Limbaugh noted, “All good comedy is based in the truth.”
    Those voices you’re hearing…
    mighty selective, huh?”

    Again, it’s always cute when you selectively quote a piece, so that you can pretend that the piece says something other than what it says.

    It’s the heroism of the Tealiban.

    • Ragspierre says:

      Heh! Can’t deal with someone who reads what you throw at the thread and beats you over your crap-packed skull with it…!!!




      And, once again, ANYBODY can read what I wrote, what your link says, and decide for themselves.

      Should I offer you a cigarette, punk?

      • Gus says:

        Correct. Anyone can see what the Junkie Limbaugh said:

        “It didn’t matter if it was good or bad,” Limbaugh said during his radio program Monday. “I haven’t seen it. It was going to win. It had the magic word in the title: slave.”

        And anyone can read that you selectively quoted something unrelated in an effort to pretend that he did not say it.

        • Ragspierre says:

          Poor, stupid, lying thing…

          What did that have to do with “gays, foreigners, and blah, blah, drool…”?

          See? You just cannot manage a cogent thought.


  25. Ragspierre says:

    Yep. Poor, sick, lying piece of shit.

    Seems to be a lot of these, huh?

  26. Ragspierre says:

    “Debo Adegbile, goes down because of Democrat opposition.”


    You might think we are roaring up on an election…or something.

  27. Ragspierre says:

    Chipotle’s Chris Arnold told the L.A. Times on Wednesday morning that the disclosure was routine: “As a public company … we are required to disclose any potential issues that could have potential impact on our business, and we do that very thoroughly.”,0,1040665.story#axzz2v6zXoucs

    Yeah. Sure. Especially when they are essentially a commercial to the poor, brain-dead Collectivists who are your target market.

    And you idiots don’t think anybody will see through that…!!!


    • Gus says:

      I see. So Chipotle is lying to the SEC because they want non-Teabillies to purchase their products.

      It’s a wonder that you don’t drown in the shower every morning.

      • Ragspierre says:

        No. You never “see”.

        You have insufficient brains to comprehend.

        And there are not just two speeds, hunny.

        One can say something that is not a “lie”, but is said for reasons quite apart from those one pretends.

        What a moron.

    • Ragspierre says:

      ****The Commerce Department**** reported Monday that consumer spending rose a better-than-expected 0.4% and personal incomes climbed 0.3% in January. The new health-care law accounted for a big chunk of the increase on both fronts.

      On the incomes side, the law’s expanded coverage boosted Medicaid benefits by an estimated $19.2 billion, according to

      ****Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis.****

      The ACA also offered several refundable tax credits, including health insurance premium subsidies, which added up to $14.7 billion.

      Gawd, you are SUCH a bung-sucking tool…

      You will suck up anything they shoot in your mouth.

      • Gus says:

        So you have no rebuttal to the facts reported by the WSJ.

        As usual.

        Is the report in error? If so, how?

        Don’t worry, we all KNOW that you won’t cite a single verifiable discrepancy. Because you cannot. You’re simply not practiced at argument based on facts.

        • Ragspierre says:

          What “facts”?

          Don’t worry, we all KNOW that you won’t cite a single verifiable fact. Because you cannot. You’re simply not practiced at argument based on facts.

          And you just eat the shit those in the Collectivist authority squirt in your mouth.

  28. Ragspierre says:

    A furious Mr. Reid hinted that Republicans’ opposition [to Debo Adegbile] was based on racism…

    And who could not have predicted that…???

  29. Gus says:

    Not any more that you queers are “oppressed” by not being included AS QUEERS FOR BEING QUEERS in a parade honoring a Catholic Saint.”

    Then why do you react with such butt-hurt whenever gays are included in something?

    • Ragspierre says:

      You are delusional, moron.

      I don’t give a flying fluck if gays play in a bag-pipe band marching in the St. Patrick’s Day parade.

      I mean, who would know? And who would care?

      See, moror?

  30. Ragspierre says:

    Flashback: Harry Reid Says “Every 10 Minutes, Without End” An American Dies as a Result of Not Having Health Insurance
    Posted by Jim Hoft on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, 4:40 PM

    harry reid

    In December 2009 Harry Reid argued that Obamacare must be passed because every 10 minutes an American dies as a result of not having insurance.

    “Much of our attention this year has been consumed by this health care debate. And a Harvard study found that 45,000 times this year – nearly 900 times every week, more than 120 times a day, on average every 10 minutes, without end – an American died as a direct result of not having health insurance.”

    So. Since 2009, how many tens-of-thousands of Americans has Pres. ScamWOW killed?

    See, NOBODY selling this believed this bullshit. EVERYBODY knew it was lies.

    But that is all Collectivists have, and they use is with all their might.

    Their goal is control.

  31. Ragspierre says:

    Lerner already waived her 5th Amendment rights when she testified she was innocent of any wrong-doing.

    She needs to be held in contempt, and a Congressional investigation empaneled to drill down into this tyranny.

  32. Ragspierre says:

    SMART DIPLOMACY(TM) STRIKES AGAIN: Hillary Clinton: I’m Not Comparing Putin To Hitler, I’m Just Saying He’s Acting Like Hitler.

    But she’s backed off that, too.

    Because it leads inexorably to Baracula = Chamberlain.


  33. Ragspierre says:


    How DO we explain letting “minor terrorists” past our immigration system?

    Why, it’s almost like Pres. ScamWOW wants terrorism in America.

  34. Ragspierre says:

    Just now on NPR’s Morning Edition (yes, I often listen) a story on yesterday’s failed vote on Debo Adegbile began “a handful of southern Democrats joined Republicans yesterday to defeat president Obama’s choice to head the Justice Department’s civil rights division.” For what it’s worth the Democrats who voted no:

    Chris Coons (Del.)

    Bob Casey (Pa.),

    Mark Pryor (Ark.),

    Heidi Heitkamp (N.D.),

    Joe Manchin (W.V.),

    Joe Donnolly (Ind.)

    John Walsh (Mont.)

    And of course Harry Reid (Nev.) who did it for procedural grounds.

    Not exactly Sons of the Confederacy.
    —Jonah Goldberg

    See, Collectivists CANNOT tell the truth.

  35. Ragspierre says:

    Some years back I contributed a short squib to National Review’s roster of the 100 best conservative films out of Hollywood on behalf of Ghostbusters, not merely for making the bad guy a buffoon from the EPA, but for noting that the private sector, unlike government or universities, “expects results.”

    Lo and behold, along comes Thomas Frank, the lefty author of What’s The Matter With Kansas for Not Voting Like Thomas Frank Thinks They Should (or something like that), writing at about the doleful legacy of Harold Ramis’s movies, including Animal House, Caddyshack, and Ghostbusters. Frank thinks these “subversive comedies” were mostly subversive of liberalism, and helped pave the way for Reaganism and “Wall Street greed.”

    Wull, yah. Collectivists tend to be as capable of humor as an East German block monitor, and for the same reasons.

  36. Ragspierre says:

    Meanwhile, in Realityville, the Russians are rushing to respond to Kerry’s high-explosive verbiage…

  37. Ragspierre says:

    Bolton homed in on the terror attack in Benghazi, Libya, which he described as paradigm of President Obama’s foreign policy failures because the president “has done nothing to avenge Chris Stevens’s death.”

    “That is a terrible lesson for our adversaries,” Bolton said. “Under Barack Obama you can murder his personal representative and get away scot free.”

    He also warned that the matter will come back to haunt Hillary Clinton if, as most suspect, she launches a presidential bid in 2016. “We will be happy to tell Hillary Clinton in unmistakable terms, ‘We know what difference it makes, even if you don’t,’” he said.

    Yep. WE certainly DO.

  38. Ragspierre says:

    In the lead up to the 86th annual Academy Awards, one prevalent meme was that some Oscar voters simply didn’t want to watch “12 Years a Slave.” As it turns out, that was true: at least two anonymous members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences apparently never saw Steve McQueen’s eventual Best Picture winner, this despite placing the film atop their Oscar ballots.

    The surprising revelation comes via the Los Angeles Times: “All the same, two Oscar voters privately admitted that they didn’t see ’12 Years a Slave,’ thinking it would be upsetting. But they said they voted for it anyway because, given the film’s social relevance, they felt obligated to do so.”


    Life must be SUCH a downer for stupid, hate-twisted, lying, moronic Collectivist trolls.

    A never-ending butt fluck.

  39. Ragspierre says:

    Partly HEH!, but there is a lot to Pres. ScamWOW as a woman.

  40. Ragspierre says:

    Huh? I didn’t know “lying co-conspirator/interference-running dupe” was a “race”…

    Well, when lies are all you have…

  41. Ragspierre says:

    Lois Lerner, who is at the center of the controversy and the one who started all this by announcing at a meeting of the American Bar Association Section of Taxation last May that the IRS had mistreated some conservative organizations, refused once again to testify. Somehow this thing has to come to a head.

    I am not an IRS basher or hater. As I have said countless times, taking the heat for it every time (and that’s fair game, by the way), I know many fine people who have worked or work for that agency. But we are in litigation with the IRS in an attempt to get information on how it trained people to handle applications from groups seeking to be recognized as social welfare organizations. That litigation has been an incredibly frustrating process.

    I don’t know if these apparent political decisions were made by Lerner or others either inside or outside the IRS, because trying to get information out of that agency is like trying to get sweat out of a rock. Over the years, it has fought the silliest things. I’m only half kidding when I say that if you asked the IRS to see the kind of staplers it’s using, it would tell you it doesn’t have staplers.

    But THAT is exactly the kind of agency the Collective LOVES.

    And EXACTLY the kind of agency that will naturally act in the Collectivist interest.

  42. Ragspierre says:

    In a post titled, ”How Working in Washington Taught Me We’re All A Little Like RT America,” Jilani explained how the White House frequently played the part of the Kremlin — leaning on management to push their writers in a particular direction, and punishing them if they strayed from the party line.

    “I’m writing this post to explain how working in Washington taught me we’re all a little bit like the good folks who work at RT America,” Jilani explained, “struggling against editorial censors, doing our best to follow our conscience despite sometimes suffocating pressures from our publishers and sponsors.”

    Just think what America would be like right now if we had a working press.

    And just think of how grim the ThoughtPolicing of that poor moke is going to be….

  43. Ragspierre says:

    Because they are depraved people, the Collective. Vile and depraved.

  44. Ragspierre says:

    Wow. You’d think (if you can think) that the Mushroom Media just lies, and persists in their lies when caught.


  45. Ragspierre says:

    A new “duty to flee” order to U.S. Border Patrol personnel.

    **Top administration officials have directed 21,000 border patrol officers to retreat whenever illegal immigrants throw rocks at them, and to avoid getting in front of foreign drug-smugglers’ vehicles as they head north with their drug shipments.

    “Agents shall not discharge firearms in response to thrown or hurled projectiles… agents should obtain a tactical advantage in these situations, such as seeking cover or distancing themselves,” said the instructions, issued Mar. 7, under the signature of Michael Fisher, chief of U.S. Border Patrol.**

  46. Ragspierre says:

    Not at all surprising.

    Exactly what you expect from oligarchs in a fascist economy.