"I teased him, 'You might be getting Jay Leno'd
here.' You're doing fine and then someone
comes up with this brilliant idea." -- Carville, teasing
Judas Maximus about leaving This Whore to host Good
He's got a point.
NBC likely ruined the careers of Leno and Conan for trying
to fix what wasn't broke.
They say in New York City, Telemundo now has more viewers
Excerpt: Time to recap Barack Obama's first year in office.
I can do this thing two ways. I can simply state that the great
mocha hope turned out to be a Trojan horse for
Wall Street and the Pentagon. Or I can lay in an all-night stock
of tequila, limes and reefer and puke up the
entire tale like some Congolese stomach worm. I have chosen the latter.
Obama's public approval ratings are taking a beating.
Millions of his former cult members have awakened with a
splitting hangover to find their pockets turned
inside out and eviction notices on the doors of their fuck boxes.
Many who voted for Obama out of disgust for the
Bush regime are now listening to the Republicans again on their
car radios as they drive around looking for a
suitable place to hide their vehicles from the repo man. Don't construe
this as support for the GOP. It's just the standard
ping ponging of disappointment and disgust that comes after the
honeymoon is over with any administration. Most
Americans' party affiliations are the same as they were when Bush
was elected. After all, Obama did not get elected
on a landslide by any means; he got 51% of the vote.
Right now his approval ratings are in the 40th
percentile and would be headed for the basement of the league were it
not for the residual effect of the Kool-Aid love
fest a year ago. However, millions of American liberals remain faithful,
and believe Obama will arise from the dead in
the third year and ascend to glory. You will find them at Huffington
I don't think Huffpo has been all dreamy-eyed about Obama's greatness -
at least not like last year.
No, at Huffpo they hate the Clintons first, then
they hate Obama if there's any leftovers.
"As long as the base of the Republican Party
is as narrow as it is, it will demand rigidity of its leadership. In my own state, Wayne Gilchrist, who
voted right down the line with Republicans on economic issues but diverged on choice and guns and environment,
was knocked off in a primary by a Club for Growth candidate. And then they lost the seat."
-- Henny Stoyer,
Big question - will Gov. Crist survive the Florida Teabaggers?
Excerpt: Obama’s faux populism is beginning to grate,
and when yet another one of those “we the people” e-mails
from the president landed on my screen as I was
fishing around for a column subject, I came unglued.
It is one thing to rob us blind by rewarding
the power elite that created our problems but quite another
to sugarcoat it in the rhetoric of a David taking
on those Goliaths.
In each of the three most important areas of policy
with which he has dealt, Obama speaks in the voice
of the little people’s champion, but his actions
cater fully to the demands of the most powerful economic interests...
I do agree with one line in Obama’s e-mail to
those of us who hoped for the best from his presidency:
“the opponents of reform will not rest.” But
I didn’t expect him to be one of them."
If I get free Medicare from this sell-out I'm
going to like it.
We had four hospital trips this
year and it's killing us financially - even with insurance.
A nurse forgot to pre-clear one MRI and that cost me over $2000 in
cash SWA VISA charges.
"I was stunned after the election when
he asked me to consider this. I really was very unconvinced. I did not think it was the right thing to
do. I didn't want to do it. I just really had a lot of doubts, and I kept suggesting other people: Well, how about this
person! How about that person! But then a friend called me and basically said, 'How would you have felt
if you'd been elected and you'd called him and asked him to do this?' And that really made a big impression on me.
How do you say no? And so...I said yes.." -- Hillary, on why she took the SoS job, .
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"He clearly understood that he had been given
the prize prematurely, but he used it as an occasion to remind people, first of all, as
he said, that there is evil in the world. I think having a liberal president who goes to Oslo on behalf of a peace
prize and reminds the committee that they would not be free, they wouldn't be able to have a peace
prize, without having force…In some ways it's a very historic speech." -- Gingrich, failing
to act like a rabid dog concerning Obama's Nobel speech,
Excerpt: So our cerebral president has decided that the
way out of Afghanistan is to plunge in further:
30,000 more U.S. soldiers, maybe 7,000 NATO troops,
more bombs, more Predator missile strikes
in the border regions of Pakistan and an 18-month
timetable for commencing withdrawal...
So the president's in charge. That's the first
thing the White House wanted understood. Second, he inherited
a terrible mess from his predecessor. "All of
those in the room," the Post's version stressed, "were familiar with
(Gen. Stanley) McChrystal's classified 66-page
assessment of 'serious and deteriorating' conditions in Afghanistan,
which made clear that 'we were starting from
zero after eight years of war,' a civilian adviser said."
Third, Dick Cheney can just sit down and shut
up. Campaign rhetoric aside, Obama pressed the generals for
speeded-up deployments. Presented with a Pentagon
plan that envisioned a gradual 18-month troop buildup,
he reportedly emphasized to Gen. David Petraeus
that "What I'm looking for is a surge. This has to be a surge."...
It's definitely a long shot.
The hopeful part of Obama's policy, however,
resides precisely in the calculated ambiguity of the July 2011 date.
"Our troop commitment in Afghanistan cannot be
open-ended," the president said in his televised speech,
"because the nation that I am most interested
in building is our own."
So when was the last time a president spoke in
the language of realism, acknowledging limits to American power
in remote parts of the world, and to America's
ability to pay for endless wars of marginal strategic importance?
It's an important first step. Will there be another?
Excerpt: Rush Limbaugh and other Facists are criticizing
Mitch the Bitch McConnell for not putting up
a strong enough fight to stop the Democratic
The lying Nazi whore has questioned McConnell’s
strategy a few times on his hate show this week,
joining a chorus of howling dogs who bark that
the Bitch is aiding Democrats by allowing the chamber
to debate and vote on amendments.
The groups, as well as some Senate Republicans,
would prefer that the Bitch raise any and all
procedural hurdles to slow the healthcare debate
and push it into the midterm-election year.
Aides to the Bitch called Pigboy's show to explain
their tactics, but the Pigboy did not seem to buy it.
“They are up there adding amendments. There’s
no question they’re adding amendments to it.
McConnell’s office did call here and say that
they are opposing this, so I don’t know if adding
amendments is a strategery to bollix it up and
slow it down. But I - I disagree. They just need
to say no; there’s nothing wrong with saying
no to this!” Limbaugh said Tuesday.
"If expanding Medicare is good for people aged
55 and up, why isn't it good for everybody? Why isn't it a good idea to provide
cheaper insurance for people in their preventive care years, so that they cost Medicare less as
they do get older?" -- Matt Taibbi who, as far as I can
tell, didn't tell any lies on those two sentences,
He's got a point.
If medicare is good for the 55-and-olders, why not the 45-and
olders? And 35-and-olders?
"Glad Wash.Post ran my Op-Ed on ’Global Warming’
Climategate scandal; amazing 2 see Al Gore's denial of the
controversy-its like denying gravity." -- Sarah Palin,
calling Gore a liar about global warming,
Sarah, you ignorant slut.
This is a picture of the North fucking Pole!
How can you be from Alaska and deny that the poles are melting?
One effective way to get their spineless asses
in gear ( and to get our President to come to work
and rout the rogue elephants in 2010 ) is to
be sure to vote for the most progressive Democrat in
your congressional primary, where you get more
power for your punch, as it were, and have a
choice between a Harry 'the headshrink' Reid
or an Alan 'the straightslapper' Grayson..
Harry's balls withered long ago and so the 'power'
goes straight to his head. To relieve the pressure,
Harry has turned to spinal taps, though by now
his spine has tapped out too. Somebody had better find
and fund an opponent to Harry in the Dem primary
and do it quick before the bastard's head explodes in our faces.
Looks like Tom DeLay is having a cheery Christmas!
"Here comes Obama to receive the peace prize
at the same time this hoax and fraud ClimateGate is going on. It's poetic justice. A fraud
shows up to accept a fraud award and attend a fraud meeting." -- the vulgar
Rush and Jim Inhofe are right - global warming does not exist!
The North Pole is just as frozen as it was 50 years ago.
"Randi is sticking with her president-that's
not what most believers have done."
Bruce Clavert wrote, "Believing is easier
than thinking. Hence so many more believers than thinkers."
Are you ceasing to believe, Bart?
Scott in Phoenix
I never was one of those "Obama is God" people
how few of those people admit what they used
But I'll stick with Obama until he giggles while
masturbating to torture - then I'm out.
Subject: Rhodes and O-Bomb-a
Bart, you wrote:
Turning his first big issue - health care -
over to Reid & Pelosi has been a diasaster. The cable networks ran wild with *"that Muslin
imposter"* while Obama took August off. He's lost 24 points with white people in the
last few months.
He's got to change direction before he gets
to the cliff.. ¨
I read the comment of a fan boy over at The Daily
Beast, to the effect that
Obama is facing more than any president before
him... I advised the child to read up on FDR.
As I noted, HE may know what he is doing but damn
few of us seem to know. We can only hope
he does but it is becoming increasing clear that
perhaps he really was not ready for prime time.
Which is why I supported Hillary during
One GWB type screw up in a lifetime is quite enough,
thank you very much.
"For all the early handwringing the media bothering
the poor golfer, it's now clear that Tigergate has morphed from a sex-scandal story
to a career-threatening one. I would say this happened sometime around when the mistress-count
broke into double digits. Or maybe it was when we learned that the list allegedly included
a Jamie and a Jaimee, or two porn stars. Now we have sponsors keeping their Tiger ads off
the air, the wife moving out, the mother-in-law in the hospital and a general sense that the man's
life is unraveling. If Woods thinks he's going to ride this out without going before the cameras, his
judgment is worse than I thought." -- Howie Kurtz, the biggest douche at
CNN if you don't count Blitzer, Link
Bart, I am astounded by your opinion in this matter...
All I did is list a bunch of facts.
Which facts have you chosen to ignore? :)
Subject: Van Halen vs Page
I play guitar so I have to agree with some of
what Van Halen says. He does leave out a good bit.
I don’t care for Van Halen’s music but he is
a good player.
Jimmy Page isn’t as technically proficient, but
I love his early music.
I could argue with that. Eddie plays ONE type
of music very fast.
Page has a whole rainbow of colors that Eddie
can only dream about.
He is sloppy on stage, but he is a showman and
has made some wonderful music
out of some fairly basic theory as did the Beatles.
I first saw Zeppelin in 69 at Newport. They weren’t
even on the card, but people me included were blown away.
They played some outrageously good rock and roll.
Who’s the best guitarist is a no win argument, but to say that
Led Zeppelin wasn’t a great band is nonsense.
I saw them three times so I guess Pages sloppiness wasn’t too offensive.
BTW Jimmy Page made music that Van Halen could
never come close to.
Bill from ct
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Go behind German lines with a shitload of scalp-hungry
Jews! The sadism of Brad Pitt and his boys can be
as unsavory as the Nazi variety; Eli Roth, is aptly cast as a "golem" fond
of pulping Nazis with a baseball bat. This movie gathers you up like a growing floodtide.
Tarantino said that he wanted to show "Adolf Hitler defeated by cinema."
Excerpt: Private security guards working for Blackwater
participated in clandestine CIA raids against
suspected insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan,
The New York Whore Times reported Thursday.
Blackwater's role points to a much deeper connection
between the company and the spy agency
than has been previously disclosed and raises
concerns over the legalities of involving contractors
in the most sensitive operations conducted by
the U.S. government.
The "snatch and grab" raids took place regularly
between 2004 and 2006, the Whore Times reported,
when the insurgency in Iraq was escalating and
security throughout the country was deteriorating.
Asked for comment on the report, CIA spokesman
George Little did not confirm the role that
the Whore Times said Blackwater played but defended
the use of contractors on intelligence missions.
I doubt we'll ever know the extent of the crimes the Bush bastards pulled
By mixing Blackwater and the black-budget CIA, they were able to empoty
the Treasury completely.
Not only did they empty the bank daily, we're on the hook for trillions
more in debt.
Excerpt: Last Wednesday, James Giordano was sentenced
for promoting illegal gambling.
Giordano, 55, was indicted in 2006 for running
a sports betting website in the Caribbean that banked millions of dollars in bets from
dozens of U.S.-based bookies and thousands of
individual gamblers. Just over three years later,
the case was finally at an end.
Why is America trying to police the Caribbean?
When a blonde gets kidnapped and murdered there, our justice system is
But if some Okie wants to play dollar poker,
the feds bust in with guns blazing?
America needs to learn to mind their own fucking
business - or take a course in logic.
How many horse racing tracks are in America?
Why is gambling on a horse OK, but gambling on cards is illegal and immoral?
Such overt stupidity that nobody can explain
- yet we jail people for it?
The hearing was brief, a routine matter of the
kind that takes place in courtrooms all the time,
and the sentence—five months in prison—hardly
But for those who have followed Giordano's case,
his sentencing was a characteristically
ambiguous end to an epic battle being fought
over your right to place a wager on the Internet.
It's a legal conflict that the United States is
fighting all over the world with foreign countries that have
repeatedly and angrily told off the American
government. Other nations resent what they see as America's
hypocrisy about what is, and isn't, the proper
venue for placing a bet on a horse or a football team or a
hand of poker, bringing us into conflict with
entities as varied as tiny Antigua and the entire European Union.
America is the biggest bully in the world.
There was some guy in Canada who shipped pot seeds around the world.
America demanded the
Canadians turn one of their soverign citizens over to us - and they
did. We have a mighty military
so we push smaller countries around like the street-corner bully.
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"Congress was hard at work today trying to
come up with a fair playoff system for college football. Meanwhile, the NCAA is kicking around
ideas for how to win the war in Afghanistan." -- Jimmy Fallon
Excerpt: We are in the midst of something so jaw-dropping
and out of the ordinary that were we to use a term
to describe it from a now-suddenly distant, quickly
fading past, we might call it Tigeresque.
What Tiger Woods has caused to happen to himself
and his image over the past two weeks is the
sports world's most remarkable fall from grace,
ever. No athlete has ever held a perch so high in
our culture — right up there with President and
Mrs. Obama, and Oprah — and fallen so far so fast.
Kobe Bryant? Please. The grandmothers who planned
their spring and summer Sunday afternoons around
Tiger's tee time not only don't watch the NBA,
they likely never heard of Kobe until he faced a rape charge.
Pete Rose? A-Rod? Both were huge news, but neither
had anywhere near the cross-cultural status of Tiger Woods.
Tiger crossed over from sports to society in the
biggest and best of ways. He plays a sport
that is not only loved by Corporate America,
but also trusted. He is our first billion-dollar athlete.
Today, that man is in disarray, his family life
a shambles, his golf future a question mark,
with much of what we thought we knew about him
now laughed at and doubted.
A dozen years of creating what just might have
been the most carefully managed image on earth,
now reduced to rubble in a dozen days.
When he does come back to the golf course, he
will return without the aura of invincibility
that won him so many titles. How will competitors
ever fear him again?
They might pity him, or make fun of him under
their breath, but fear?
Isn't it time some older, father figure - maybe Jack Nicklaus - had
a long talk with Tiger?
He needs a rock to hold onto - I'd hate to see him get caught in a
moment he can't get out of.
"She was very young when Jesper introduced
them. She had stars in her eyes and maybe dollar signs too. But no, she should not stay with him.
What kind of message would that send to her sister and mother and all the women out there? That your husband
can be a bastard but as long as he makes the deal worthwhile, you'll stay?" -- PGA golfer Charles
Warren, on Eldrick's wife, Link
According to Entertainment Tonight, Elin
is already moved out of the mansion
and she's considering moving back to Sweden
with the kids.
Marrying someone from another country can be a bad idea.
Excerpt: South Carolina's first lady, who helped launch
her husband's political career, filed for divorce Friday
more than five months after his tearful public
confession of an affair with an Argentine woman.
"This came after many unsuccessful efforts at
reconciliation, yet I am still dedicated to keeping
the process that lies ahead peaceful for our
family," Jenny Sanford said in a statement.
In a statement, the governor blamed himself and
said he and Jenny will "work earnestly to be the
best mom and dad we can be to four of the finest
boys on earth."
Increase International Support to Afghanistan
Work with Afghan Government to Improve Security
Forces – both Police and Army
Revitalize International Support for Reconstruction
Redesign the Counternarcotics Program
Appoint a Special Envoy for Afghanistan and Pakistan
Support Afghan Government’s Capacity for Self-Governance
Keep swinging that hammer!
I would look for the pony if I ever expected
to get one.
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