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  1. 1

    spews:

    B-b-b-but Grandma Millie from Sand Point voted twice! The Democrats are bad! The Democrats are bad! La-la-la-la, I can’t hear you!

  2. 2

    Richard Pope spews:

    It still requires “high crimes and misdemeanors” to impeach someone. You can’t do it simply because they are incompetent, ineffective, or unpopular. Congress can refuse to confirm someone for any reason, but they can’t fire anybody.

  3. 3

    spews:

    You mean like lying about a blowjob? No, I don’t think we caught him doing that yet. I think we’ll just have to fall back on obstruction of justice.

  4. 4

    Richard Pope spews:

    Leftist New Zealand Government Kills Woman on Oxygen Machine by Cutting Power Over $120 Electric Bill

    A NEW Zealand schoolteacher who relied on a machine to breath died after an electricity company cut power to her home because she owed them £62.

    Police are probing the death of Folole Muliaga, 44, on Tuesday, two hours after state-owned company Mercury Energy turned off the supply to her Auckland home.

    The mother-of-four relied on an electric oxygen pump and had been off work on sick leave since February.

    She had fallen behind with her payments and despite relatives telling the company she depended on electricity to stay alive, six days later the power was switched off.

    Almost immediately, Ms Muliaga had difficulty breathing, became faint and collapsed. Paramedics were unable to revive her.

    James Moulder, General Manager for Murcury Energy, said the company restored electricity to the house on Wednesday after learning of the woman’s death, and that the grieving family had spent a night without power.

    Mr Moulder expressed his “deep condolences” to the family, and said the company was checking reports that it had been warned Ms Muliaga needed power for the oxygen machine.

    “We were simply unaware that loss of electricity to the household was putting a vulnerable customer at risk,” he said.

    “More than one disconnection notice had been sent to Ms Muliaga’s address over a six to seven week period,” he said.

    State-owned Enterprises Minister Trevor Mallard said: “The correct authority to investigate this and sort out the facts is the police.”

    He added the government would expect “full accountability” if the company was found to be culpable.

    Law expert Bill Hodge, from Auckland University, said manslaughter charges could potentially could be filed, depending on what information Mercury Energy had and how it was expressed to them.

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2007250085,00.html

  5. 7

    Libertarian spews:

    The people of Mexico City had a fine time booing the USA entrant into the Miss Universe Contest.

    It they hate us so much, maybe they shoule re-think coming here.

  6. 8

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @2 If lying about a blowjob is a good enough reason to impeach a president, then lying about firing federal prosecutors to protect GOP criminals and game elections is a good enough reason to impeach a corrupt attorney general.

    But if that doesn’t work, Richard, we can always file a disciplinary complaint against Gonzo with the applicable bar association based on his repetitive law-breaking. You have to be a lawyer to be U.S. Attorney General. If Gonzo isn’t a lawyer anymore … (fill in blank _______________)

  7. 9

    spews:

    Oh, and Richard, here’s a link with some information about why Gonzales is likely guilty of obstruction of justice (there are actually several other places where it’s possible too). I wasn’t sure if you were still pretending to be an attorney (and if you really are one, that’s INCREDIBLY sad).

  8. 10

    Dylan Carlson spews:

    Leftist New Zealand Government Kills Woman

    Wow, where to start.

    First, some accountant at the power company gave the order, not the Prime Minister or her coalition government.

    Second, the NZ government is hardly some Hugo Chavez lefitst regime. The ruling coalition is made up of Labor, Nationalist, Moderate, Green, and Native parties. One coalition party, NZ First, is decidedly right-of-center. Although Labor won a plurality in 2005, no party has a majority. They must work together to keep the coalition intact. ….Sounds like our system could use an injection of that kind of teamwork.

  9. 11

    ArtFart spews:

    10 Yeah…like something of this sort couldn’t possibly happen if the dude in charge had been Mike Brown or some refugee from Enron.

    By the by…after four years of pissing money through Halliburton to “fix” things, Baghdad’s still getting what? Maybe four hours of electricity a day?

  10. 12

    John425 spews:

    McKay is either corrupt or incompetent- I leave that choice to the reader. Several other US Attorneys looked into Democrat voter corruption but he wouldn’t. Almost makes me think he worked under Janet Reno. Her corruption and incompetence makes Gonzales look like Einstein.

  11. 13

    RightEqualsStupid spews:

    Wow Dickless Pope I should have thought you’d applaud New Zealand. This is what you scum-sucking righties believe in isn’t it? If you can’t pay your bills then fuck you. You don’t get public money or help. You guys hate welfare right? So would you support the government there and by extension here, spending public money on health care? If so, you should consider backing Senator Clinton since you two seem to agree.

    More to the point, you right wing hypocrites want to make sure there’s no abortion but you don’t care if people starve to death or die due to lack of health insurance. I can only hope it happens to you and yours punk.

  12. 14

    proud leftist spews:

    Pope @ 2
    Blaming the “leftist government” of NZ for an energy company’s tragic mistake reflects pathological partisanship. Making such a frivolous claim in a court of law would result in Civil Rule 11 sanctions. I would suspect that you have been the subject of such sanctions in the course of your practice.

  13. 15

    RightEqualsStupid spews:

    Dickless Pope is the laughing stock of his profession. The Bar Association has rated him “unqualified.” He’s been admonished for his poor conduct in court. He’s a loooooooser in at least 14 elections. No wonder he’s the world’s most pitiful piece of shit.

  14. 16

    IMPEACH GONZO spews:

    U.S. Attorneys put into place largely to concoct flimsy charges of voter fraud — to smear minority voters and help pass new “Jim Crow” laws in states –(U.S. Attorneys) are still in their positions.

    Meanwhile, states with Republican legislatures are scrambling to pass onerous voter registration and polling place “verification” requirements designed to keeps tens of thousands of Democrats from ever voting.

    The Texas legislature recently tried to pass a “Jim Crow” bill to keep minorities from voting. Their effort didn’t succeed because of the valiant and courageous efforts of Democratic State Senator Mario Gallegos, Jr.

    According to the Washington Post:

    “Against his doctor’s advice, a stooped and feeble state Sen. Mario Gallegos Jr. (D) arrives at the Texas Capitol each day, just to make sure his chamber does not take up a bill that would require voters to produce identification at the polls.

    “And when the rigors of the job start to wear on Gallegos, whose body is trying to reject a liver transplanted four months ago, he retires to a hospital-style bed — donated by a Republican colleague — in a room next to the Senate chamber.

    “From there, he can be summoned at a moment’s notice, should his vote be needed to keep the bill from reaching the floor.”

    Because of the devotion of Mario Gallegos to democracy, the legislative clock ran out on the dastardly Texas Republicans — and their attempt to join in the Karl Rove voter suppression pile-on failed.

    Too bad Gallegos isn’t leading the charge on Capitol Hill in D.C. He has all the guts the Dems on the Hill lack.

    Now, go back to the hospital and get well. We Americans need you

  15. 17

    proud leftist spews:

    John425
    When I read nonsense like yours, my confidence about the direction of our nation’s political future becomes overfilled. Your side of the political fence is so incapable of objectivity that your positions are headed for the slag heap of history. At some point, facts and reason simply have to overcome nonsensical spewing. John McKay, a committed Republican, did what any responsible prosecutor should have done–looked at the meritless partisan claims of electoral fraud and determined there was nothing there. His office had plenty of real crimes, with actual evidence of such crimes, to investigate and prosecute. Going off on a partisan witchhunt because that’s what the insane wing of his party wanted him to do was something that he wisely refused to do. With regard to your claim that Janet Reno makes Gonzales look like Einstein, well, just keep thinking that. Reality could be fucking you in your unlubed ass and you wouldn’t feel a thing.

  16. 18

    IMPEACH GONZO spews:

    @12 You’re either stupid or a liar — probably both. McKay did look into Democrat voter corruption, and there wasn’t any. He had help from 4 of his staff attorneys and the FBI, and they didn’t find any either.

    To believe your bullshit, a person would have to believe that (a) McKay is incompetent, (b) the other attorneys working for the U.S. Attorney for Western Washington are incompetent too, and (c) the FBI also is incompetent.

    The alternative theory — you’re a stupid wingnut liar — is more plausible.

  17. 19

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    No doubt Pope is suffering from situational stress created by the demands of his busy law practice.

  18. 20

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @15 Goes to show law school grades and being on law review aren’t always a predictor of future success.

  19. 21

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Redneck must have filled up his tank during lunch break, because my oil stock is up another $2.27 today. Thanks for buying my gas, Redneck! I appreciate your business. You’re gonna make me a rich fucking bunny! Then I can live like a Republican, too! Pay your gambling debt, you fucking welsher!!

  20. 22

    ArtFart spews:

    I wouldn’t hold my breath over Mark paying up. Maybe you can demand that he put a clause in his will to settle the debt if he should get stuck behind someone who’s driving like an adult and has a massive stroke from frustration.

  21. 23

    spews:

    Back before Mr. Pope did that rather clumsy bit of misdirection regarding a power company in New Zealand (hey, I know it’s an open thread, but isn’t that a bid rediculous?) he made the comment that Congress couldn’t fire anyone unless they had committed a crime.

    Last time I checked, making a false statement to Congress, while under oath was a crime. (I avoid the word “perjury” as that is a far more difficult crime to prove.)

    (For the lawyers among us, I refer to USC TITLE 18 > PART I > CHAPTER 47 > § 1001)

    Ref: http://www.law.cornell.edu/usc.....-000-.html

    Violations of section 1001 are punishable by fines (of an amount not noted in the statute), imprisonment for not more than 5 years or, if the offense involves international or domestic terrorism (as defined in section 2331), imprisonment for not more than 8 years, or both.

    I think that would be sufficient cause to “fire” Secretary Gonzales.

  22. 24

    Poster Child spews:

    No, no, wait! Back to New Zealand! Richard Pope gets his news from The Sun? That’s rich! Do they put the page three girls in the online version?

  23. 25

    spews:

    Oh, and since it’s an open thread, a bit of interesting information for folks here. I was just up at the Navy Exchange in Bremerton, and noticed a rather old man rearranging the books on display.

    He was taking great exception to the fact that Vice President Gore’s book, The Assault on Reason, was not only on display, but was the number four best selling book (and top non-fiction book) throughout the Navy Exchange system.

    The old wingnut got very angry when I put the books back, and I thought he would bust a blood vessel when I picked one up and said that I had been planning on reading the library copy, but since he was so afraid of what the book said, I needed to own one.

    So, wingnuts that believe that the military is all right wing, chew on this. The Assault on Reason by Al Gore is the leading non-fiction book by overall sales in the Navy Exchange system.

  24. 26

    Stefan Sharkookoo spews:

    It’s allllll the fault of that dang Goverrnerr we have and if ooooonly Deeano had been elected and the entire justice d’partment and the entire U.S. Attornee office is crook’d and evvvvry thing is the fault of the closest goverrnerr election in the country’s histry and I am not just a one-trick pony and McKay is dirty and everybody else is dirty.

    It’s so because I said.

  25. 27

    spews:

    John,
    That’s pretty interesting. I can’t even pretend to truly grasp how the Iraq War has altered the thinking of military families other than to recognize that it must be profound.

  26. 28

    Tree Frog Farmer spews:

    Oh, dear, John, my budget is already stretched. But summer reading is a must. I bought Greg Palast’s Armed Madhouse and Thom Hartmann’s Screwed and I and Tree Frog Farmesse have settled in for a good read.
    Now I’ll have to go looking for Gore’s book. Wonder if we can set up some sort of lending library system through DL?

  27. 29

    spews:

    Well, thehim, the cover story in the current Navy Times is about more Sailors being deployed to Iraq to act as security guards, drivers and pretty much anything else that does not require ground combat training (including a few jobs that should, in my not-so-humble opinion).

    The Army and Marine Corps are so stretched that they don’t have the personnel needed to handle those areas, so the Navy and Air Force are picking up the slack.

    Of course, that gives us Sailors carrying M16s and getting killed, right alongside the Soldiers and Marines, often doing jobs that Sailors are not normally trained to do.

    And yes, I check my mailbox every day for the letter that tells me that they’ve decided that they need another old Navy Chief back on active duty.

  28. 30

    spews:

    Tell you what, Tree Frog Farmer.

    Roger has put “Armed Madhouse” on my mandatory reading list, but I still don’t have a copy. We can swap books when we’re finished. Drop me an e-mail offline. The address is on the website.

  29. 31

    Tree Frog Farmer spews:

    I will say, though, your wingnut story is extremely to the point. Fear of an idea is so neo-con. someone like William F. Buckley, or even Pat Buchanan would relish a debate in the realm of ideas.
    It’s cockroaches like Rove, Cheney and Bush who cannot stand the light of human intellect.

  30. 32

    Tree Frog Farmer spews:

    I may take you up on that offer, John, but I’ll need an affadavit that your blood pressure meds are up to date. . .

  31. 34

    ArtFart spews:

    Somehow I can understand military folks’ interest in a book like this. Among the ways to end up caught in the collision between government by delusion and the real world, being stuck out in East Bumfuck Nowhere dodging bullets has to be about the worst.

  32. 35

    emily littela spews:

    Pat Buchanan was Spiro Agnew’s speechwriter. He has a gift for the alliterative put-down that excites the sensibilities of resticulative righties in retarded restful retirement.

  33. 36

    emily littela spews:

    Pat Buchanan was Spiro Agnew’s speechwriter. He has a gift for the alliterative put-down that excites the sensibilities of resticulative righties in retarded restful retirement.

  34. 37

    delbert spews:

    Quick show of hands – How many people actually read John McKay’s comments over at SoundPolitics.com from the interview with Shark?

    No ad hominim attacks on me or Shark, now. Did you read what the man said about the investigation. You may notice McKay was not going to pursue an investigation, that is commit FBI agents, unless an insider came forward as a witness to confirm wrongdoing first. It was his discretion as the US Attorney to do that, but it also sent the message that corruption is fine as long as no one talks.

    Likewise, Judge Bridges said the 2004 election smelled, but there was no proof of fraud PRESENTED DURING THE TRIAL. That does not mean there was no fraud or malfeasence, just that it was not found during the short discovery period. It took Stefan nearly two years to get the open records requests filled from KC Elections. Stonewall and you’re home free.

    While you may like the results of the election, the perversion of the process is not good for our society as a whole. The basic test for stink is to reverse the parties involved and see how you’d react.

  35. 38

    emily littela spews:

    re 37: So, after spending upwards of two million dollars and finding no Democratic corruption, your Republican/wingnut conclusion is that the problem is that there are no liars to point the finger?

    Something does stink. It stinks like Delbert and Steve Sharansky in their fruitless attempt to call white black and black white.

  36. 39

    ArtFart spews:

    35/36 Talk about “that was then, this is now”…the more I hear from Pat Buchanan these days, the more I like him.

  37. 40

    emily littela spews:

    re 37: After all, you’re the guys that spent $200 million Federal tax dollars to impeach a president for a blowjob.

    You are stupid and evil. I hope your wife pulls a Bobbick on you one fine day.

  38. 42

    emily littela spews:

    re 39: I know what you mean. Except for a few “obduracy flashbacks”, he seems to be well on the road to wingnut recovery.

  39. 43

    proud leftist spews:

    42
    Might you be aware of a 12-step program for wingnut recovery? We surely have a need for such. I’m guessing there’s also a demand out there–wingnuttery has become such a fringy thing that some of its adherents must want out.

  40. 44

    RightEqualsStupid spews:

    Delbert there’s no PROOF that you and shark aren’t child rapists. Should we indict you anyway and try to find some? Do you people even think before you type?

  41. 45

    Tuor spews:

    My weapons training during the 6 years I was in the Navy consisted of:

    During boot camp, I was given a .45cal handgun modified to shoot .22cal rounds and 30 rounds of ammunition. I had to shoot a man-sized target at around 20 feet away at least 20 times with my 30 rounds. I passed. We all did.

    That was it. No other training whatsoever. While Gunner’s Mates and Master-at-Arms may get somewhat more arms training, it is based on repelling invaders to a ship more than anything. Using sailors to do the job of the Army and Marines is a *bad* idea, but that’s all Bush has anymore: bad ideas.

  42. 47

    ArtFart spews:

    So while snipes, yeomen and bosun’s mates are pulling guard duty and driving trucks along Iraq’s oh-so-safe highways, what kind of cushy jobs are going to the highly-paid Blackwater mercenaries?

  43. 48

    YellowPup spews:

    It’s great that you can cut to 10 seconds of Bush saying that Gonzales did nothing wrong and it’s just as persuasive and compelling as the whole rest of the ad.

  44. 49

    Fuck Impeachment! Let's Throw their Asses In Jail! spews:

    Why not just re-authorize the Independent Counsel Statute?

    Fuck impeachment. That’s a short view strategy. It’s time for libs to grow a pair.

    We get a new Independent Counsel Statute, a Dem Congress, and a Dem President and we can tie these fuckers up in litigation for the next twenty years. And probably even see a few of them behind bars. There’s more than enough red meat from the last six years of serial corruption and incompetence under Publicans. And Scalito won’t make a peep about it, so long as AGAG and his minions continue to stonewall. The Supremes are bound to be as pissed about what these fuckers have done to the DOJ as anyone else.
    It’s a perfect opportunity. An unfettered, independent, fourth branch of government with the power of imprisonment, under the control of Democrats. We won’t see another opportunity like this one for years.

    Fuck impeachment. Let’s Ken Starr their asses!

  45. 50

    YOS LIB BRO spews:

    37 – HERE’S WHAT THE REPUBLICANS HAVE TO DO TO WIN: PERSUADE THE VOTERS TO GIVE THEM AN UNCONTESTABLE MAJORITY, HOPEFULLY FOR MORE THAN ONE ELECTION CYCLE.

    BUT THEY DON’T WANT TO DO THAT BECAUSE THEN THEY’D HAVE TO COMPROMISE THEIR INCREDIBLY UNPOPULAR POLICIES.

    THEY’D RATHER BULLSHIT THEIR WAY INTO POWER AND ONCE THERE SUPPRESS ENOUGH VOTES TO STAY IN POWER.

    SHARANSKY HAS SQUAT. HE’S A CRANK AND NOBODY WITH HALF A BRAIN SHOULD PAY ATTENTION TO HIM ON JUST ABOUT ANYTHING.

    HIS INTERVIEW WITH MCKAY WAS HILARIOUS. IT WAS ALL MCKAY COULD DO TO NOT UP AND LEAVE OLD STEVE AT THE TABLE WITH THE “EVIDENCE” THAT STEVE WAS TRYING TO SHOVE AT MCKAY WITH THE DESPERATION OF A STREET CORNER LOON.

  46. 52

    Al Gore spews:

    Yeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Auuuuuuurrrrrrgggggghhhh

    Global warminig season is finally here!!!!! Strike up the band. Lots of Global warming today. Strut like a peacock.

  47. 53

    Al Gore spews:

    THERE SUPPRESS ENOUGH VOTES TO STAY IN POWER.

    Yes, you tell em YOS LIB BROS. Suppress enough illegal…. I mean votes…. thats the ticket.

  48. 54

    Puddybud Who Left The Reservation spews:

    I figgered it out. Stupidman has to be Adam Gadahn. Why else does Stupidman hate America so?

  49. 55

    Puddybud Who Left The Reservation spews:

    Speaking of Hugo Chavez, look what Danny Glover and others support! Y’all did know Danny Glover got $18.3 Million to make a movie from Cesar Chavez right? Oh… that’s right yous all Moonbat!s. Shutdown the opposition TV & radio stations Chavez.

    Sounds like the Progressive NEW Democrat Party “Fairness Doctrine” to me!

  50. 56

    Proud To Be An Ass spews:

    “….it also sent the message that corruption is fine as long as no one talks.”

    Well, no, you fucking idiot (no ad hominums here, hoo ha!), it sent a message that you are supposed to have evidence before charging somebody with a crime. If this simple concept is too difficult for you to grasp…there is frankly nothing more that can be said to you except ad hominum put downs. You deserve nothing more.

  51. 57

    K spews:

    It is somewhat amazing that with Republicans holding the County Prosecuting Attorney, State Attorney General and Federal Prosecutors Offices, and all choosing not to pursue the allegations of electoral fraud that Republicans still cry foul.

  52. 58

    Proud To Be An Ass spews:

    “It took Stefan nearly two years to get the open records requests filled from KC Elections.”

    But he got them, didn’t he? My taxes helped pay for the effort, and frankly, I do not mind. But I ask you, where is your outrage at all the wasted black ink on the Bush admin. ‘redacted’ documents? Horrors, think of the expense!

    Special pleaders deserve a special kind of contempt.

  53. 59

    Al Gore spews:

    Proud To Be An Ass says:

    “It took Stefan nearly two years to get the open records requests filled from KC Elections.”

    God, it took them that long to doctor the documents. We Libs need to get our lies straight for crying out loud.

  54. 61

    Mark The Redneck KENNEDY spews:

    Good fucking riddance

    news DOT yahoo.com/s/ap/20070531/ap_on_re_la_am_ca/guantanamo_suicide

    Maybe your friends and theirs in ACLU can sue on his behalf.

  55. 62

    Mark The Redneck KENNEDY spews:

    Hey Puddy – Warm spring weekend. Let’s go out fucking some ‘hos half our ages and then kill them.

    What you mixin up for panty droppers?

  56. 63

    Mark The Redneck KENNEDY spews:

    Moonbat quiz:

    On the illegal alien amnesty bill…

    If John McCain, Ted The Swimmer, and GWB are all in favor of something…ummm…. does that tell ya anything?

  57. 66

    K spews:

    And then explain how with Republicans holding the prosecutor’s position at local, state and federal levels why they found no electoral fraud?

  58. 68

    Mark The Redneck KENNEDY spews:

    K – I already know the answer you gullible dumfuck. You run it and tell me.

    K quiz:
    1) are you afraid of the answer?
    2) are you too fucking stoopid to know how?
    3) Bofems above…

  59. 69

    Mark The Redneck KENNEDY spews:

    BLITZER: I want to get to some of the substance of domestic and international issues in a minute, but let’s just wrap up a little bit of the politics right now.

    Why should Democrats, looking at the Democratic nomination process, support you instead of Bill Bradley, a friend of yours, a former colleague in the Senate? What do you have to bring to this that he doesn’t necessarily bring to this process?

    GORE: Well, I will be offering — I’ll be offering my vision when my campaign begins. And it will be comprehensive and sweeping. And I hope that it will be compelling enough to draw people toward it. I feel that it will be.

    But it will emerge from my dialogue with the American people. I’ve traveled to every part of this country during the last six years. During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet. I took the initiative in moving forward a whole range of initiatives that have proven to be important to our country’s economic growth and environmental protection, improvements in our educational system.

  60. 72

    K spews:

    What is NOAA finding about distribution of fisheries in the North Pacific? Why are species now spawning at latitudes north of anything ever seen?

  61. 75

    Al Gore spews:

    K says:

    And then explain how with Republicans holding the prosecutor’s position at local, state and federal levels why they found no electoral fraud?

    Well we got rid of McKay who was a democrat in disguise. How do I know he is a closet liberals? Because liberal are having a fit over his firing. A firing that was more than justified. Proof positive McKay is a liberal.

  62. 76

    K spews:

    For MTR:

    “How egregious was Gore’s initial claim to have taken “the initiative in creating the internet”? According to many observers, Gore did, in fact, play a seminal role in creating the internet. Robert Kahn and Vinton Cerf developed one of the key innovations of the networked world: the TCP/IP protocol that allows data to be sent between computers with incompatible operating systems. Late in the election cycle, these two scientists wrote a memo that gave Gore substantial credit: “We would like to acknowledge VP Gore’s contributions as a congressman, senator and as vice president,” they said, “No other elected official, to our knowledge, has made a greater contribution over a longer period of time.”(Thompson, October 15, 2000). Kahn noted that Gore raised public awareness of the potential of computer network just by coining the term “information superhighway” in the late 1980s (Raasch, March 19, 1999). This term was Gore’s way of carrying on family tradition: his father had sponsored the legislation that funded the interstate highway system (Hughes, April 16, 1999).”

    http://www.igs.berkeley.edu/re.....ore412.pdf

  63. 78

    K spews:

    Yeah, Al, he spent his life undercover as a Republican waiting for the opportunity. What about Rob McKenna? I’m sure you’re ready to dump on Norm Maleng because he was praised by some Democrats.

    You got nothing but hot air and bullshit.

  64. 80

    Al Gore spews:

    K

    Zell Miller is a lifelong democrat. I would assume you would vote for Zell Miller against Arlen Spector for Senate? Right?

  65. 81

    Al Gore spews:

    Hehehehe I got K in my back pocket. These libs would believe I created the World if I had some paid hack telling them I did. hehehe

  66. 82

    spews:

    K:

    Mr. Redneck has been doing his “Global Warming Denial” act for as long as he’s been around.

    He’ll still be doing it when people are frolicking on the sunny beaches of Antarctica, and Alaska finally melts and shows the Texans that they’re still bigger. Of course, at that point much of Texas will be under water.

  67. 84

    Al Gore spews:

    K

    Based on the scientific community’s expert opinion, what is the next hurricane season going to be like? Hehehhehehhe

    You guys nailed that last prediction…..hehehehehehehehe
    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaahhaahahahahahahahahahahahha

  68. 87

    Al Gore spews:

    82

    I am still waiting for the last liberal “gloom and doom” prediction to come to pass of over population. That was the 1960s version of global warming.

  69. 90

    Puffybutt's Muslim Wife spews:

    I wish Puffybutt would stop trying to seduce young boys. I’m lonely – and I end up having to pull trains on the local football team half the time because Puffy’s viagra doesn’t show up on time – I hear he’s loaning it to Rush Limbaugh.

  70. 91

    harry poon spews:

    How’s that “star wars” system Reagan started working for us? Reagan claims to have toppled Communism.

    What a joke!

  71. 92

    harry poon spews:

    “I know the facts say otherwise, but in my heart I feel I did not steal the cookies.” Ronald Reagan at age six.

  72. 94

    Richard Pope spews:

    So anybody have any ideas about what I should do next week? Should I avoid downtown Seattle entirely?

  73. 95

    David spews:

    Last time he was here, traffic was held up but not for very long. I was darned impressed, because every Neo-con holds the road up for hours.

  74. 96

    Tree Frog Farmer spews:

    YLB@86 Is there another confirmation of this blessed event? Your tinyurl gives me a server error. . .apparently the Arkansas Times is being mobbed.
    Wikipedia for Griffin has a one sentence addenda to the effect of his resignation effective June 1.
    This is great news. . .if true.
    The question is: Are they trying to feed Griffin to the lions in lieu of ‘Gonzo’ going down?

  75. 97

    Tree Frog Farmer spews:

    Fred Thompson has been consulting with Tim Griffin in his formation of a committee to explore the possibility of forming an exploratory committe to run for President.
    While it is scary to think of Karl Rove throwing his considerable ‘talents’ behind Thompson. . .I have difficulty in believing that we could go down the path of Reagan Redux.
    One thing is certain, though, I cannot think this can help Thompson’s chances if Griffin is indicted. . .and with all the evidence of Griffin’s involvement in voter suppression and ‘caging’ lists presented by Greg Palast I believe John Conyers and Henry Waxman cannot fail to act on this.

  76. 98

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @86 Even though Tim Griffin will no longer be a federal prosecutor, unfinished business remains until he is measured for a prison suit.

  77. 99

    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @97 “Fred Thompson has been consulting with Tim Griffin …” to steal the election by suppressing Democratic votes. If Thompson hires this guy expect to see:

    Polling places without voting machines
    Voting machines that change votes
    Mass voter challenges
    Black soldiers disenfranchised
    Election officials routing vote tallying to secret GOP computers

  78. 103

    Puddybud Who Left The Reservation spews:

    Of Course since the Illinois Politik is Moonbat! Controlled from the two Moonbat! senators to the Moonbat! Congress to the Moonbat! Guvnur to the Moonbat! led State Legislature and Senate; of course all that Moonbat! kool-aid can turn almost any weak minded person to proclaim what the Catholic Priest said.

  79. 104

    Puddybud Who Left The Reservation spews:

    And you all tried to persuade me that the LA Times is not full of libtard MSM types. Look at this editorial supporting Hugo Chavez and his latest authoritarian moves:

    http://tinyurl.com/3dpyny

  80. 105

    Puddybud Who Left The Reservation spews:

    Do you Moonbat!s read Rolling Stone? Their 40th Anniversary issue is a compelling read. Since I see some on the left passing books, y’all should Rush out and get one!

    Editor Jann Wenner asked Bob Dylan, “Do you worry about global warming?” Dylan answers: “Where’s the global warming? It’s freezing here.”

    Waaa haaa haaa haaa haaa haaa haaa haaa haaa haaa!

  81. 106

    Puddybud Who Left The Reservation spews:

    And of course the NY Times keeps Rosie O’Dennell’s stupid rant alive that stell can’t melt by fire.

    A Notion From 9/11 Is Kept Alive
    By JIM DWYER
    Published: May 30, 2007

    Rosie O’Donnell recently took up a theory that one of the buildings at the World Trade Center, No. 7, was taken down by bombs late in the afternoon of Sept. 11, 2001.

    Yet I was first to post on ‘Wipes the gasoline fire in Oakland which melted the steel road girders outdoors!

  82. 107

    Puddybud Who Left The Reservation spews:

    And of course Time Magazine fawning over Al Gore.

    http://tinyurl.com/2ptkou

    He should have named is book “President Gore, America is a Better Place”. But wait a minute… Clinton wasn’t a fan of Kyoto. 95 senators chose not to ratify it in 1997. http://tinyurl.com/2sa4yf

    But it’s Bush’s fault – Nancy Pelosi.

  83. 108

    Puddybud Who Left The Reservation spews:

    Both Gore and Senator Joseph Lieberman indicated that the protocol would not be acted upon in the Senate until there was participation by the developing nations. The Clinton Administration never submitted the protocol to the Senate for ratification.

    So how could America be a better place if Robert 3 Sheets Byrd sponsored the killing legislation to Kyoto?

    But it’s Bush’s fault – Nancy Pelosi.

  84. 109

    Puffybutt's Muslim Wife spews:

    It’s too funny that the Publicans are so baaaad off that they have to go to a guy who QUIT – THAT’s RIGHT GAVE UP politics to become an actor. Thompson will assure a Dem victory in 08. PLLLLLLEEEEEEEAAAAAASSSSSEEEE run that great big asshole as the Publican nominee.

  85. 110

    Puddybud Who Left the Reservation spews:

    Left Turn AKA RightEqualStupid AKA LauraBushKilledAGuy now apprearing as Stupidman@109: You are so wrong on so many things like my wife. Ignored.

  86. 111

    Puddybud Who Left the Reservation spews:

    The more things change the more they stay the same:

    http://tinyurl.com/ytfv2k

    “The class of 41 freshman House Democrats has selected a registered lobbyist to form its political action committee, in what ethics watchdogs and Republicans are calling a contradiction of their promise to end a “culture of corruption” in Washington.

    The custodian of the Democratic Freshmen PAC is William C. Oldaker, 65, whose most-recent lobbying clients include the oil industry, the tobacco lobby, pharmaceutical industries and American Indian gambling interests. Mr. Oldaker also has been removed from several Democratic PACs over conflict-of-interest concerns.

    According to a 2005 report by the Center for Public Integrity (CPI), “When lobbyist William Oldaker sits down to negotiate with a member of Congress, he brings years of experience working for the federal government to the table, as well as the legislative resources of his own firm. He also brings quite a bit of money.”

    CPI has publicly referred to Mr. Oldaker as a “rainmaker,” for his ability to successfully represent his clients’ interests before congressional lawmakers. Many prominent lawmakers, and especially those seeking higher office, form PACs to donate money to other candidates or causes.”

    Google this guy!

  87. 112

    Puddybud Who Left the Reservation spews:

    Remember I posted Hilary Clinton the Socialist.

    I had to dig a little but here’s what she said in 2004:

    http://tinyurl.com/3glsb

    “”Many of you are well enough off that … the tax cuts may have helped you,” Sen. Clinton said. “We’re saying that for America to get back on track, we’re probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We’re going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good.””

  88. 113

    emily littela spews:

    re 112: Let’s put this in terms an idiot (you) can understand.

    If you have two children and one is much larger and older than the other one and the larger one takes ALL the toys, wouldn’t you, on behalf of the smaller child, redistribute the toys, giving the smaller child a fair share?

  89. 115

    emily littela spews:

    Wax: Do you know the difference in meaning between the words, “responsible for” and “invented”?

    I do. And so does over 50% of the American electorate.

  90. 117

    ArtFart spews:

    109 I’m willing to give Thompson a pass on why he chose to drop out of politics. It can be devastating to lose an adult or near-adult child. I’ll betcha he’d be more than willing to sit down and talk with Cindy Sheehan.

  91. 118

    ArtFart spews:

    Back when we were first starting to spiral into post-911 lunacy, some of my more shrill-voiced friends were talking about how the neocons wanted to roll back the clock not just to before Roosevelt’s New Deal, but all the way to the 14th Century. Now Al Gore’s written a book that makes a very clear and plausible case for that.

  92. 119

    ArtFart spews:

    This just in…the LA Times is reporting that Fred Thompson has given notice he’s dropping out of Law and Order.

  93. 120

    Puddybud Who Left the Reservation spews:

    Headlice loocie@112: Is Emily Litella you newest name? So we’ll never see Col Biff Col Tucker Headlice Loocie or Harry Poon again?

    How is two children and toys the same as getting back tax money YOU PAID INTO THE SYSTEM? Oh, you want to give a tax refund to people who don’t pay? Oh, you want to perform wealth distribution? What she said was socialism 101.

    You are an IDIOT. You are a READ IDIOT!

    You tell Hilary Clinton to keep your tax refund. I’ll take my and reinvest it in the economy!

  94. 122

    Tuor spews:

    @112,

    No, I wouldn’t. Life isn’t fair, and the younger sibling needs to figure out how to get toys from the larger because in life, there are always going to be people who are bigger, richer, stronger, more powerful, or otherwise on top. If you want ot get ahead, you need to learn how to deal with such people, and how to get what you want regardless.

  95. 123

    Puddybud Who Left the Reservation spews:

    @115: You use so many nicks on this board you forget who writes what. You need more Cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory. Maybe the small paramecium you call a brain can sort out blog entries!