"How could a man with no record, no experience,
no known convictions and no known core beliefs so mesmerize the millions
to turn themselves, their children and their country over to a man armed only with neatly
pressed pants, a good shoeshine and a seductive voice?"
-- Wesley Pruden, Link
Hey Weasly, you forgot to mention that he's Black!
You guys have to suck on the fact that America preferred a Black
guy "with no record, no experience, no known convictions and no known core
to you crooked, incompetent, torture-loving, vote-stealing, kidnapping
sons of bitches!
I don't care if the DOW goes to 2000 - the next eight years are
going to be fun!
Excerpt: With growing talk in Washington that Bush may
be considering an unprecedented "blanket pardon"
for people involved in his administration's brutal
interrogation policies, advisors to Barack Obama are
pressing ahead with plans for a nonpartisan commission
to investigate alleged abuses under Bush.
The Obama plan would emphasize fact-finding investigation
over prosecution. It is gaining currency in
Washington as Obama advisors begin to coordinate
with Democrats in Congress on the proposal.
The plan would not rule out future prosecutions,
but would delay a decision on that matter until all
essential facts can be unearthed. Between the
time necessary for the investigative process and the
daunting array of policy problems Obama will
face upon taking office, any decision on prosecutions
probably would not come until a second Obama
presidential term, should there be one.
If the Democrats had any brains (Should I even bother to finish this
sentence?) they would
pre-warn Bush not to pardon all the crooks like his Daddy
did to hide his mega-crimes.
If they had any brains, they'd make a big public issue about this. If
they warn him in the media
- and he does it anyway - they could and should make the case that
Republicans can't be trusted
with power because they always pardon their crooked friends to bury
The Democrats could also threaten to take Bush's and Reagan's name off
every building, airport,
bridge and whatever else because if they have to bury the evidence
of their crimes, how can their names be worthy of memorializing on public buildings?
Of course, Democrats would never do anything like this because
they're sacless weenies.
They continue to play patty cake in a hardball, dog-eat-dog world.
"I am confident that Senator Obama has somebody
in mind for secretary of defense but Gates - he's not even a Republican.
Why wouldn't we want to keep him? He's never been a registered Republican."
-- Harry Reid, mindlessly babbling while nobody listens, Link
We should get milquetoast* Reid
to step down and let a dynamic leader in there.
I nominate Hillary.
She's afraid of nobody and she still has scores to settle.
Milquetoast: Noun - a very timid, unassertive, spineless
person, esp. one who is easily dominated or intimidated
Excerpt: GOP strategists made the fatal mistake of believing
their own BS. It wasn’t only Palin.
McCain spent the campaign railing against earmarks,
approximately 1 percent of the federal budget.
Now there’s a plan: Cancel post office and sewer
construction projects in the middle of a recession.
Put thousands out of work. Terrific idea.
Two days after the election, Rush Limbaugh began
blaming Obama for the ongoing financial crisis.
The presidency of George W. Bush, you see, never
actually happened. Right up until Nov. 3, every
bad thing that happened in the U. S. A. was the
fault of Bill Clinton. Starting Nov. 4, it’s all Obama’s fault.
Excerpt: The crooked Republican senator convicted of taking
gifts may soon be out of a job.
Mark Begich, Ted Stevens' opponent, is now leading
Stevens by 814 votes with about 40,000
votes left to go. Begich was behind the day after
the election but has made up ground as absentee,
early and questioned ballots have been added
to the pile.
If Stevens is elected -- and then kicked out of
the Senate as is widely expected, Stevens'
temporary replacement would be appointed by McCain's
swimsuit model, Sarah Palin.
I love it.
Stevens and Coleman and Chambliss all need to go.
America has proven that its people still have
the power to choose their government.
It's as if (despite being continually told to
do the opposite by the corporate press)
the whole country suddenly woke up to the fact
that it had been lied to, robbed
and bled dry by a self-interested group of elitists
who elected themselves.
This mass awareness has been achieved through
the constant online campaigning of
an international network of people who recognise
the dangers of saying nothing when
the power-hungry seize control using fear as
a weapon, and begin dismantling the
freedoms that enable people to question them.
You cannot underestimate your part in confronting,
fighting and overcoming a serious
attack on democracy that has taught the world
much about what can happen in the midst
of ignorance and complacency. Your voice and
message has spread the awareness
needed to awaken and embolden enough people to
take their country back.
Congratulations on a hard-fought victory!
Now keep up the excellent work.
Excerpt: The Huffington Post website’s article on the
2008 elections exit polls, presented as the poll results
were being released to the public, may have caused
some readers to blink hard and wonder if perhaps
the “liberal” HuffPost had been hacked by National
Review staffers. The
piece (dis)informs us that the
official vote counts verify and confirm the exit
poll data, rather than the other way around. In truth, one of
the main reasons that exit polls are conducted
is to provide a reliable measure (and they have proven reliable,
in virtually every nation that has had exit polling,
for decades) of how people actually voted and to function
as a check against vote fraud, election-rigging,
and fradulent vote counting. This upside-down view is the
same fraudulent and easily disproven position
that was presented to the public in a lengthy, self-contradicting
piece by FOX NEWS handjob Michael Barone in last
month’sWHOREl Street Journal .
Oh, well, if Michael Barone said it, you KNOW it's a crock of shit.
Michael Barone is like Fred Barnes, without the brains or the
"No other president's disapproval rating has
gone higher than 70 percent. Bush has, which means that Bush is now more unpopular
than Richard Nixon was when he resigned from office during Watergate
with a 66 percent disapproval rating." --
CNN Polling Director Keating Holland Link
Bart: I'm glad you've been able to take
some time off from this craziness, but we sure miss you
at our house. It's going to be interesting to
see who President Obama picks for his cabinet, etc.
and it makes me wonder if Hillary will get even
an "honorable mention" by him and his staff.
By the way, I'm cannot get your today's page to
load, assuming you had one.
Please tell me it's not my PC messing up. You're
the only one worth reading,
and it's kept me at least half way sane over
the years, for which I want to thank you.
Marian in MO.
Marian, I have a trick for you:
If the newest page won't load, try the archived
"After nearly eight years of a president who
could barely form a coherent sentence, much less a strategic thought...what
Obama's election means is that brains are back. Sense and pragmatism and the idea of
considering-all-the-options are back. Studying one's enemies and thinking through
strategic problems are back. Cultural understanding is back. Yahooism and jingoism and
junk science about global warming and shabby legal reasoning about torture are out. The
national culture of flag-pin shallowness that guided our foreign policy is gone with the
wind. And for this reason as much as any, perhaps I can renew my pride in being an American." -- Michael Hirsh, Link
Mike, trust me, take "perhaps" out of that last sentence.
Excerpt: Al Franken is mysteriously gaining ground in
his too-close-to-call race against Fascist Norm Coleman.
Lost ballots are suddenly turning up, "in some
cases under strange circumstances," and it seems like the
Democrats are trying to add "to their jackpot
by stealing a Senate seat" for this left-wing joker.
One thing is particularly troubling as a recount
looms, said Katherine Kerstein, and the trickle of votes
moves "inexorably in Franken's direction." Fairness
requires that the recount be conducted in a "nonpartisan
fashion," yet Minnesota Secretary of State Mark
Ritchie came to office with the help of Democratic activists,
who launched a nationwide effort to put Democrats
into jobs like his so they "could wield influence in precisely
the sort of hair's breadth race we have here."
"If you think all of this is starting to sound
a bit like Florida in 2000," said Steve Benen in some rag online,
"we're on the same page." The Republicans are
attacking the official in charge, Ritchie, and accusing him of
associating with ACORN and "(cue the scary music)"
MoveOn.org so they can either influence the outcome or,
if that fails, discredit the process in advance.
First of all, Democrats don't cheat.
They'd rather lose than get involved in any funny
Second, why is it suspicious when a recount goes
Because recounts always tend to favor the Republicans?
Excerpt: Obama's advisers are crafting plans to close
the Gitmo prison and prosecute terrorism suspects
in the U.S., a plan the Bush administration said
Monday was easier said than done. Under the plan
being crafted inside Obama's camp, some detainees
would be released and others would be charged
in U.S. courts, where they would receive constitutional
rights and open trials.
Open trials for those accused of a crime?
Lawyers provided for suspects?
That sounds so... so... Constitutional.
Speaking of Constitutional, can we put Bush
& Cheney on trial?
I'd like to see these thugs under oath
like they got Clinton and let someone
like Rahm Emanuel or Harold Ickes cross-examine
their guilty asses.
"The enthusiasm generated by Palin shows that
the party intends to replicate not just Bush's policies but his whole operating
style. She is the most Bush-like figure conceivable. Her utter lack of interest in policy,
her obsession with certitude, her folksiness masking incoherence -- all reflect the style
of The Decider..." -- Jonathan Chait, talking about the future star
of the GOP, Link
I'm ready for a Obama-Palin debate - how about you?
Bart, you might want to start another pledge
Franken and Martin and Begich beat Coleman,
Chamblis and Stevens.
Say $10 each?
I think you'd get a lot of takers.
Me for sure.
Thanks for all that you do.
Gomez, I think that's a capitol idea!
I hate those bastards, especially Coleman and Chamblis.
Coleman said something like, "Now Minnesota
will have a senator they can be proud of," after Paul Wellstone was murdered. I'd like to kick
his ass down some steps for that shitty remark.
And I just read where Saxby Chambliss said he'd morph Cleland
all over again if he had the chance - so that veteran-hating
bastard has to go, too.
I have really appreciated your fine website since
the Rush Nazi first days.
I lost my job and was forced into "early retirement"
due to our very corrupt
(and now federal prison convict) Republican Governor
You have helped us keep our sanity in these horrid
eight years of the smirking shrub
and his fascist puppet masters. The current
economic disaster prevents me from
sending you much coin, but I will send some when
I am glad there are true patriots like you, Olbermann,
You have helped us survive these past few years
with your pointed humor, facts, and bravery.
Hang in there in the hostile environment of OK.
"Palin's presence on the Republican ticket
forced family-values conservatives to give public support to working mothers,
equal marriages and pregnant teens. Talk-show frothers, Christian zealots and professional
antifeminists -- Rush Limbaugh and Phyllis Schlafly -- insisted that a mother of five, including a
'special-needs' newborn, could perfectly well manage governing a state (a really big state, as we
were frequently reminded), while simultaneously running for veep and field-dressing a moose. No one
said she belonged at home. No one said she was neglecting her husband or failing to be appropriately
submissive to him. No one blamed her for 17-year-old Bristol's out-of-wedlock pregnancy
or hard-partying high-school-dropout boyfriend. No one even wondered out loud why Bristol wasn't
getting married before the baby arrived." -- Katha Pollitt, Link
Of course, Bristol is not going to marry that thug - she never
]'[hen whore CBS reported that Obama had a malodorous
airplane and a dismissive attitude
toward the media, Robert Gibbs, Obama's top spokesman,
was not pleased.
"Robert wrote a rather tendentious note to me,"
Dean Reynolds says. "He would get in
your face, not in a very heated way, but he would
question your stories."
Gibbs, who might be White House press secretary,
can be funny, gossipy and an invaluable
source of information about his boss, journalists
say. He also monitors coverage intensively,
pushing back against the smallest blog post he
The Obama Whisperer? Are we all in third grade?
Note to my Facsist dog friends: This is the kind of crap we had to put up with for five years when
America's whore media
was swooning over Der Monkey's "greatness" - that is - until Katrina
proved to evetybody
what a brainless bastard that pretend cowboy really was.
Now you have to put up with their senseless, childish shit - sorry about
that - but at least our guy
has a brain where your guy was always a clueless slug who was installed
over the wishes of the voters
to start a war so BIG OIL and the arms dealers and the banks could
rape us while the Bush bastards
emptied the Treasury.
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