Monday, August 3, 2009

Monday August 3 -- Got news or an update?

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78 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Townhall Meetings (MensNewsDaily.com)

The Democratic Party's strategy for dealing with rapidly growing discontent is clear. Run and hide. With a growing movement of Americans choosing not to remain silent, the normal one-way flow of misinformation and power-grabbing is being interrupted. Rep. Tim Bishop (D-N.Y.), for example, has chosen to suspend public meetings on Long Island rather than deal with constituents.

Anonymous said...

The Prez, The Press, The Pressure
(Washington Post) MEDIA LAP DOGS STOMP FEET AND CRY

In the days before President Obama's last news conference, as the networks weighed whether to give up a chunk of their precious prime time, Rahm Emanuel went straight to the top.

Rather than calling ABC, the White House chief of staff phoned Bob Iger, chief executive of parent company Disney. Instead of contacting NBC, Emanuel went to Jeffrey Immelt, the chief executive of General Electric. He also spoke with Les Moonves, the chief executive of CBS, the company spun off from Viacom.

Whether this amounted to undue pressure or plain old Chicago arm-twisting, Emanuel got results: the fourth hour of lucrative network time for his boss in six months. But network executives have been privately complaining to White House officials that they cannot afford to keep airing these sessions in the current economic downturn.

The networks "absolutely" feel pressured, says Paul Friedman, CBS's senior vice president: "It's an enormous financial cost when the president replaces one of those prime-time hours. The news divisions also have mixed feelings about whether they are being used."
BUT WILLINGLY SUCCUMB

Anonymous said...

My, my, mt Hmmm... the media never seemed to feel pressured to allow Bush prime time slots. in fact, they refused to carry them. My how times have changed.

Anonymous said...

The media didn't feel pressured before the election when they gave Dear Leader all the free air time he wanted. Gosh, what's changed?

Anonymous said...

Questionable ethics in KC

http://bottomlinecom.com/
kcnews/kcbsethicalissue.html

Anonymous said...

Geithner Floats Obama’s Next Big Move: A Tax Hike on the Middle Class

(CNSNews.com) - Appearing on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos” yesterday, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner floated President Obama’s next big move: a tax increase on middle-class Americans.

Anonymous said...

During the interview, host George Stephanopoulos pointed out to Geithner that the “Congressional Budget Office estimates that your budget will add $9 trillion to the national debt over the next decade.”

It took America over 230 years to reach its first 9 Trillion Dollars of debt. Obama will duplicate that in 4 years.

Anonymous said...

Andrew Breitbart: On race, 'No, he can't!' (Washington Times)

Well, that was pathetic. And it wasn't an accident. The fix was in from the beginning.

Last week's lackluster "Beer Summit" featuring Sgt. James Crowley, professor Henry Louis Gates Jr., President Obama and Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. was orchestrated to end a national discussion on race, not begin one. That's why there were no microphones, even though each participant showed himself to be perfectly qualified, astoundingly articulate and camera-ready for an illuminating and much-needed public debate.

The problem for the White House was the more the esteemed professor talked, the more trouble he created for his friend, the president. The clever photo-op sans audio was crafted to yank the director of the W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for African and African American Research off the stage, lest anyone begin to question what is being taught at Harvard these days.

Conversely, the more Sgt. Crowley weighed in, and his brave black co-workers spoke out, the more obvious it became that a national discussion featuring this cast of characters may not end with the results the professor and the president wanted.

Anonymous said...

Pelosi falls to the back of the pack of speakers (Examiner)

In an era of symbolic breakthroughs, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is closing in on a dubious achievement — being the least effective leader of the House in the modern era.

Since the 1920s, when Speaker Nicholas Longworth rescued the position from a brief period of irrelevancy, the office of speaker has been held by political heavyweights.

The 17 speakers since Longworth have mostly maintained or enhanced the power and prestige of the post, but with a train wreck taking shape in the House, Pelosi may be remembered for diminishing the office.

And when historians inspect the record of the lady from California, they will find that hubris and empty talk sealed her fate.

Anonymous said...

Pelosi, still confusing status with power, her secret seems to be to always appear with her botoxed smile at it’s joker widest, claim victory, and insisting everything’s going swimmingly

Anonymous said...

She looks like someone who was in a horrible crash, and had to have their facial skin replaced with a graph from their ass.

Anonymous said...

DEATHCARE WORKS!

Woman told to buy painkillers dies (The wonders of socialized medicine in the U.K.) uk.news.yahoo.com

A woman died from a heart attack hours after being sent home from hospital complaining of chest pains.

Debra Beavers, 39, was told to buy ibuprofen for the pain when she visited the Victoria hospital in Kirkcaldy, Fife, last Sunday, according to the Daily Record newspaper.

Ms Beavers' family believe she may still be alive if the hospital had not been so "dismissive."

Her sister Darlene McConnell said Debra had twice contacted NHS 24 last weekend after initially suffering numbness, swelling and leg pains - then after chest pains.

An appointment was made at the hospital.

But Ms McConnell told the Record: "I spoke to her on Sunday morning and she said the pains were so bad she thought she was going to die.

"She went to the hospital as arranged at 1pm and was back out in minutes. The doctor told her to go home and take ibuprofen.

Anonymous said...

Though Dear Leader said
that his plan for DeathCare reform will not lead to the elimination of private health insurance, statements he made in 2007 and 2003tell a different story altogether.

Anonymous said...

Axe hangs over The (UK) Observer
(FT)

Guardian News and Media was on Sunday considering options for the future of the UK’s Observer, the world’s oldest Sunday newspaper, that could see the 218-year-old title close in its current form.

GNM has started work on a three-year strategic plan, including radical measures aimed at assuring the future of The Guardian, the group’s daily newspaper, a senior figure in the group said.

The plan is aimed not so much at addressing a fall in newspaper advertising revenues caused by the economic downturn but at surviving the effects of a longer-term shift by readers and advertisers to the internet.

On Friday, Guardian Media Group, the parent of GNM, which includes radio and regional newspaper interests, reported a pre-tax loss of £89.8m (€105m) for 2008-09, including £78m of exceptional charges.

Anonymous said...

KC tops list of abandoned cities- Maybe KC residents are sick and tired of the urban decay, and the liberal politics that are choking them to death a day at a time. The KC Star could have been a help to the city, but instead chose Obama-in-the-tankism above all, and the city suffers. 'Change you can believe in’[?] What a crock of shit from socialist liberals. The only Change that would help KC is to run the Democrats out of town.
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America's Abandoned Cities
By Zack O'Malley Greenburg, Forbes.com
Excerpt-
Indeed, the Kansas City metro area tops our list of America's Abandoned Cities. In Kansas City, rental vacancy rates rose from 11.9% to 15% over the past year; homeowner vacancy rates nearly doubled, up from 2.1% to 3.8%.

Anonymous said...

Guardian group reports sharp fall in profits (FT)

Guardian Media Group, the publisher of the Guardian and the Observer, on Friday revealed a sharp decline in profits amid a slump in advertising and digital media revenues.

The group recorded a full-year loss of £90m compared with a profit of £306m last time. The loss included £78m of exceptional charges relating to impairment costs. Revenues fell from £502.1m to £405.4m.

Amelia Fawcett, chair of GMG, said: “We will need to re-examine and reshape many of our existing business models if we are to continue to be successful.”

Anonymous said...

Players Union Accuses 'NYT' Of Criminal Action in Steroid Reporting. (Editor and Publisher)

NEW YORK The Major League Baseball Players Association is accusing The New York Times of committing a crime in its attempt to identify players who tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs.

In a statement late Thursday, Players Association President Donald Fehr claims Times reporter Michael S. Schmidt broke the law when he sought to interview people with knowledge of a controversial 2003 list of some 100 players who tested positive. That list has been the subject of litigation and has been under court seal.

Fehr responded to Schmidt's Thursday story revealing that Manny Ramirez and David Ortiz were on the list. Last month, he previously had disclosed that former player Sammy Sosa was on the list.

"Today The New York Times, once again, reports what it asserts to be information contained in documents under court seal. And precisely for that reason, the Players Association will not, indeed cannot, comment on whether the information is accurate," the statement says.

"But there should be no mistake. The leaking of information under a court seal is a crime.

LIKE MANNY, THE NYT IS JUST BEING THE NYT

Anonymous said...

The Obama ‘Joker’ poster is shown on The Drudge Report today. McC W linked to it yesterday. Cutting edge news here. No wonder our little trolls have their panties in a wad.

-Obama Joker Poster Popping Up In Los Angeles...
The Drudge Report

Anonymous said...

OH, SURE THE MEDIA ISN'T BIAS!

Maxine Waters named one of the most beautiful people in DC. Seriously. For real. Stop laughing.

Somebody must have spiked the water cooler at The Hill.

How else can you explain the fact that they named California Congresswoman Maxine Waters one of the fifty most beautiful people in Washington, DC?

Anonymous said...

Video files will follow the ‘Great Liar’ into his political grave. The Bozo Prez used electronics to the max, and now resents the use of videos to hold his feet to the fire. If the media actually did insist on Obama’s being honest, and held his feet to the fire, his legs would be burnt off already. How many times has Obama lied already? Of course the liberal press in keeping tract of such things for us.
BTW: Are people still fainting at the TOTUS Lie-ins?

Also at Drudge:
Uncovered Video: Obama Explains How His Health Care Plan Will 'Eliminate' Private Insurance...

Anonymous said...

Journalism isn't dead, it's being reborn (oregonlive.com) (WHY CAN'T YOU IDIOTS EVER TELL THE TRUTH AND JUST SAY YOUR BIASED?)

This weekend, more than 100 reporters, bloggers, editors and broadcasters will gather in Portland for "a digital journalism camp." The meeting, which is modeled on recent events in Philadelphia and several other cities, has several sponsors, including The Oregonian and the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication. But it's a truly grassroots event. It's billed as an attempt to envision the future of journalism.

Those who are claiming that "journalism is dead" are looking in the wrong places. Yes, the business model that supports journalism is in serious trouble, but while we worry about business models, the future of journalism is being discovered.

Journalism has lost its monopoly as the authoritative source of information. The standard of fact-based reporting has been corrupted, and even though there is much to praise in the interactive participatory online world, we must all work much harder to determine the truth of the information we're receiving. The challenge for news organizations -- be it The New York Times, The (Eugene) Register-Guard or The Siuslaw News -- is to remain or once again become an integral and indispensible part of the community conversation.

Anonymous said...

WaPo Gives Whiny Reporter 2000 Words to Complain About Free Speech (The American Prospect)

Usually newspapers are big defenders of free speech, but not the Washington Post. It gave Ian Shapira, one of its reporters, nearly 2000 words to complain that a website had ripped off his story.

The problem was not that the website had plagiarized the piece. Shapira acknowledged that his story was credited and even linked to by the website, which was a major source of readers for the original article.

However, Shapira is upset that the website may have made money off his work, because it sell ads based on viewership. In this case, the website piece based on Shapira's article drew 9,500 views. By way of response, Shapira wants "news organizations" to have the right to sue others that use their work without permission and profit from it.


ANIMAL FARM FOR REPORTERS?
So the MSM is pushing socialism, but reporters are complaining about not getting their fair share of the free enterprise system.

It seems that socialism is good for others, but not for them. Down with those greedy capitalists, but don't touch my money. This isn't about free speech. It is about money (greed as applied to others not working for WaPo).

I say, let them have their wish. If you don't read the MSM papers, you can't quote from them. Help speed their demise.

Anonymous said...

Now here's Change you can believe in!

Arthur Sulzberger
Booed at Brooklyn Concert
New York Post [Page 6], by Staff

ARTHUR "Pinch" Sulzberger Jr. is not having a great year. It got worse Thursday night in Brooklyn, where the New York Times publisher was at a concert by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons and Connie Francis. "About 10,000 people were there," said our source. "Marty Markowitz, the borough president, announced there was a celebrity in the crowd . . . Arthur Sulzberger Jr. . . . Dead silence from the crowd, except some scattered booing."
@ Lucianne.com

Anonymous said...

WTF? Too Poor to Pay (Guests must for meals of White House) (American Spectator)

Recently, high-profile visitors to the White House, including senior corporate executives, have found themselves paying for their own meals when sitting down with President Barack Obama, something unheard of in previous White Houses, according to former aides to President George W. Bush and President Bill Clinton.

Thus far, there have been at least three instances -- the most recent coming last Friday -- where CEOs or other non-political guests were asked before arriving to the West Wing to provide credit card information so that their meals could be billed to them.

According to one source, the meals cost between $20 and $40. "That's not including tip," the current White House aide quipped.

According to another White House source, the Obama Administration in its first 200 days may have burned through much of its budgets for the Executive Residence and the White House's annual entertainment account.

Anonymous said...

Serving $100/lb wagyu beef to visiting Congress every Wednesday will tend to burn up the ol' budget.

Ya think they could have gone with $20/lb choice filet, but when you are the Dear Leader, only the best will do - even as large swaths of your subjects are unemployed and eating macs and cheese.

Anonymous said...

Date nights in NYC and Paris cost a lot of money.

Let the capitalists pay foe their own meals, Michelle and I are now on easy street and are enjoying spending all that taxpayer money on our slightest whim.

Anonymous said...

Re: “Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Townhall Meetings”

Democrats don’t want videos on the news of their disastrous townhall meetings. The only way to avoid that is to hide from taxpayers. You have to love the turncoat Arlen Specter trying to get the townhall meeting under control. He has always been labeled a RINO, and of course he always was. I hope he loses his Senate seat. He is as disgusting as a incompetent politician can get, MOO.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:05 You made my morning with your post!!!

Anonymous said...

Doesn’t anyone wonder why it is the ‘Blue’ states that are offering assisted suicide? Do they have state socialist healthcare plans going bankrupt? Now Obama and the Democrats are behind a plan much like these for everyone. How long do you think it will be before the government can demand the death of ‘certain’ people? Think Terri Schiavo!
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Video: Oregon says no to chemotherapy, offers assisted suicide instead

HotAir.com
Ed Morrissey
We knew it would come to this when Oregon insisted on passing its assisted-suicide laws. It doesn’t take much for assisted suicide to go from a humane option to a cost-saving device, especially when the state pays for the medical care. One patient in Oregon got a letter that made this all too clear, when in the same letter rejecting her request for life-extending chemotherapy, Oregon offered her “physician-aid-in-dying”. In other words, Oregon offered their customer a heapin’ helping of death: http://www.katu.com/news/26119539.html The doctor interviewed by the news station seems offended at the suggestion that Oregon would decide to save...

Anonymous said...

Here is the video that dems don't want you to see. The princess and the Floor Crosser really got their asses handed to them.

http://tiny.cc/80wtY

Anonymous said...

Townhall meetings disrupted by angry taxpayers? The liberals are already trying to spin the adverse reaction as one of politics, and phony Tea Party participants. It is so rich that liberals accuse anyone of phony ginned-up protests. Odd, Obama is suggesting more troops for Afghanistan, and the anti-war protesters are nowhere to be found. Talk about phony protests.

McClatchy Watch said...

Crowd explodes when Arlen Specter says "we need to do this fast" -- video here

Anonymous said...

Some comments above the multitude of above posts:

Nancy Pelosi looks like a wax figure because of all the plastic surgery she's had to repair the liberal cracking.
Sunday's shocker about raising middle class taxes to pay for health care isn't really shocking, but it will kill Obama's nutty plan.
And, the paying for your meals at the White House brings up a question. Did the salt-and-pepper beer summit "buddies" roll dice to see who paid for the brewskis?

McClatchy Watch said...

Angry crowd shows up to protest Obama Care at a Dem congressman's meeting outside a grocery store. Video here.

Anonymous said...

McClatchy stock closing in on $3 a share! Hey, this layoff thing really works, let's do some more!!!

Anonymous said...

Methinks the TV networks are just about done bending over and taking it from Rahm Emanuel and the Obama SS. Unless - Emanuel promised them a bailout from going broke on these staged presidential "news conferences."

Anonymous said...

Yeah, the bombshell about putting the burden on middle class taxpayers could really turn the tide on Obama. Didn't he promise not to saddle the middle class with new taxes? Something like, "Read my lips, no new taxes!"

Anonymous said...

More taxes is that "change" Obama promised! Get ready for some expensive "change."

Anonymous said...

Democrat lawmakers all over America are having to hide their "town hall" meetings from their constituents because of opposition to Obama's health care takeover.

Anonymous said...

G.M. Plans Thousands of Layoffs
NYT

General Motors expects to lay off thousands of factory workers after the number who voluntarily quit through a recent buyout and early retirement program fell short of the carmaker’s target.

Anonymous said...

Britain's first green superstore goes £36m into red... (Whole foods)
Daily Mail

Britain’s first ever green superstore is languishing ever deeper in the red after losing nearly £36million as the recession takes a bite out of organic food sales. The U.S. owners of Whole Foods Market had hoped to open 40 more emporiums across the UK after beginning trading in London in 2007

But, two years on, they have failed to leave the capital after their flagship British shop in up-market Kensington lost an astonishing £35.9million last year.

Anonymous said...

It is very clearly obvious to me that so many of you simple minded, right wing zealots come here for your daily brainwashing of nothing but cut and paste hack jobs. Having said that, it makes me feel even better about the repukelicans having no shot at the presidency at 2012.

Anonymous said...

///It is so rich that liberals accuse anyone of phony ginned-up protests.///

All spontaneous. Right.

http://thinkprogress.org/
wp-content/uploads/
2009/07/townhallactionmemo.pdf

Anonymous said...

Back door amnesty, Chicago-style
Examiner

With the help of unions, partisan politicians and pro-amnesty groups, the White House intends to push for back-door amnesty and bypass Congress altogether.

“It makes sense to do now what the administration can do… it doesn’t have to go through Congress. It (amnesty) doesn’t have to go through the toxic political process,” said Ana Avendano of the AFL-CIO at a recent press conference.

The AFL-CIO is one of the largest union representatives which include all the radio/broadcasters as well as the Hollywood crowd.

The Obama Administration is making a three pronged effort to gain amnesty without bringing the always hot-button immigration issue into the U.S. House of Representatives.

Anonymous said...

Why our current health care system is just fine:

http://www.newsweek.com/id/209817

Anonymous said...

Lobotomies and JFK’s sister came to mind.


How The Government Kills ‘Clunkers’

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Perform the following procedure to disable the vehicle engine.

1. Obtain solution of 40% sodium silicate/60% water. (The Sodium Silicate (SiO2/Na2O) must have a weight ratio of 3.0 or greater.)
2. Drain engine oil for environmentally appropriate disposal.
3. Install the oil drain plug.
4. Since the procedure is intended to render the engine inoperative, drive or move the vehicle to the desired area for disablement.
5. Pour enough solution in the engine through the oil fill for the oil pump to circulate the solution throughout the engine. Start by adding 2 quarts of the solution, which should be sufficient in most cases.
6. Replace the oil fill cap.
7. Start the engine.
8. Run engine at approximately 2000rpm (for safety reasons do not operate at high rpm) until the engine stops.
9. Allow the engine to cool for at least 1 hour.
10. With the battery at full charge or with auxiliary power to provide the power of a fully charged battery, attempt to start the engine.
11. If the engine will not operate at idle, the procedure is complete.
12. If the engine will operate at idle, repeat steps 7 through 11 until the engine will no longer idle.
13. Attach a label to the engine that legibly states the following:

This engine is from a vehicle that is part of the Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS). It has significant internal damage caused by operating the engine with a sodium silicate solution (liquid glass) instead of oil.

Anonymous said...

Palousy’s plastic surgeon told her not to try to smile and blink at the same time. So if she’s smiling she can’t blink, and vise versa. Those wide-eyed, and pasted smile photos, are courtesy of seams behind her ears. Actually, multiple seams behind her ears.

Anonymous said...

Pelosi has had so many facelifts she's sporting a Van Dyke.

Anonymous said...

The Censorship Kings at SacBee.com have pulled the plug on reader comments yet again. This time it was a story on health care handouts in California, which got the ax by Guv. Terminator. Too many people "violated" their personal attack policy. Wish somebody would put up a site where people could comment on stories of the day without some PC lib deleting all the good comments! Conservatives are the overwhelming majority on SacBee's site, which is contrary to the paper's far-left story slants.

Anonymous said...

Organic food is like global warming, all hype, IMO. Just a few days ago a study concluded that organic food is no better for you, it just costs more. The liberal press tries to shove another green farce down our throats by selective reporting. Check to see if your state subsidizes organic farmers over and above the subsidies other farmers receive. It may give you a glimpse of what organic food really costs you, even if you don’t buy it.

Anonymous said...

That's two days in a row the Sac Bee has wiped out all the comments when the big majority of people blasted one of their left-wing social services getting budget cuts stories. Guess they can't take the heat when hardly anybody agrees with their idiotic takes on welfare handouts.

Anonymous said...

When Nancy first went to her plastic surgeon for a face-lift. The surgeon told her about a new procedure called "The Knob," where a small knob is placed on the back of a woman's head and can be turned to tighten up her skin to produce the effect of a brand new face lift. Of course, Nancy wanted "The Knob." Over the course of the years, she tightened the knob and the effects were wonderful. Nancy remained young looking and vibrant. After fifteen years, she returned to the surgeon with two problems. "All of these years, everything has been working just fine. I've had to turn the knob many times and I've always loved the results. But now I've developed two annoying problems: "First, I have these terrible bags under my eyes and the knob won't get rid of them." The doctor looked at her closely and said, "Those aren't bags, those are your breasts." She sighed and said, "Well, I guess there's no point in asking about the goatee...."

Anonymous said...

///That's two days in a row the Sac Bee has wiped out all the comments when the big majority of people blasted one of their left-wing social services getting budget cuts stories.///

Try posting your opinion like a civilized grown-up -- without personal attacks, name-calling, and profanity. It will stay up longer and be available for people to read and consider.

Anonymous said...

"Before she left for China, reporters repeatedly questioned House Speaker Nancy Pelosi about her claim the CIA lied to her. But Pelosi remained tight-lipped. She also remained tight-foreheaded and tight-eyelided." --Jay Leno

Anonymous said...

Word is Pelosi made her money from her manufacturing companies. The liberal press never seem to ask her if the businesses had unionized employees. Unions never ask her about her business practices either. Anyone want to make a guess?

Anonymous said...

The Sac Bee shouldn't delete all the comments, just the so-called offensive ones. Have they ever heard the word "moderator." That's what most posting comments sites have. Since they might have to pay a mod, that's probably not an option for them. Besides, offensive on that site is acceptable on most online sites. It's the MSNBC of online newspaper sites!

Anonymous said...

///Miss Melanie/// Give it up, you are way to old to still be writing childish gibberish.

Anonymous said...

The Bee's comment section is way too Disney and is pissing people off. I agree there needs to be a site where issues can be discussed and cussed without some liberal Comments Sheriff cutting off the dialoge. A site like that would do huge traffic and nobody would even bother spending time on SacBee. The online traffic kill to SacBee would be fatal.

Anonymous said...

Humorous Blogger writes,"Are we keeping score? So far this week, between Obama and Pelosi, Washington has ticked off doctors, police officers, and now insurance companies.

Intrepid reporter Mary Katharine Ham was quick to point out that Nancy's comrade, Barack Obama, took more money from HMOs during the 2008 campaign season than anyone else.

http://soitgoesinshreveport.blogspot.com/2009/07/nancy-pelosi-meltdown-will-not-be.html

Anonymous said...

if conservatives fled sac bee it wouldn't have any readership. check out the comments that are allowed and it's almost all conservatives. they'd drop two-thirds of their online audience if somebody came up with an alternative local site. maybe conservatives should all do a one-week boycott of sac bee? that might open their eyes.

Anonymous said...

//Give it up, you are way to old to still be writing childish gibberish.//



You should really wait a day or two before using a charge that was directed at you a short time before.

Plagiarist

Anonymous said...

//Try posting your opinion like a civilized grown-up -- without personal attacks, name-calling, and profanity. It will stay up longer and be available for people to read and consider//

Ken, the troll must have cut and pasted this one from his library of zingers, as the poster he referred to, did none of the above and whosw post was conservative in nature

Anonymous said...

Ken, the troll must have cut and pasted this one from his library of zingers, as the poster he referred to, did none of the above and whosw post was conservative in nature

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He is desperate to make people think that was the case. No one is paying attention to him as he attempts to poison the threads and he can't refute any of the content.

Next best thing is to jump up and down while yelling lookie at me everbody.

Anonymous said...

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee state senator said he was opposed to sex outside marriage, but his private life told a different story: He was having an affair with his 22-year-old intern.

When an extortion plot exposed married Republican Sen. Paul Stanley's illicit relationship, he said he would be "clearing up" misimpressions later. He's now clearing out his office, the latest politician caught in a sex scandal, this one made worse by not coming clean.


Interesting how none of you sheep following the repukelican flock didn't cut and past this article also.

Oh yeah, it's another example of a republican showing that he's a lying cheating scumbag which means no one on here will speak of it.

Anonymous said...

3:20 PM Good to see that your inept ass could do no better than that.


Back to your regularly scheduled programming.

Anonymous said...

3:20 is the unimaginative boring troll with no flair. In addition to being dependably stupid, he/she is brain deadeningly boring.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps we don't have a real troll at all but a sort of troll in training...or perhaps a troll who just was not up to the level of the other trolls.
Democrat?
I thought so.

Anonymous said...

Hey, I'm a Democrat and I like this site!

Anonymous said...

So am I. I like it too, because of the many laughs it gives me.

Anonymous said...

This site is entertaining - Repub or Demo. Where else can you get honest, unfiltered, non-PC opinion?

Anonymous said...

Funny.

Whine all day and cry about the current state of affairs in our country - You rally around each other.

Bring up a point about another scumbag, hyprocritical republican - get called a troll.


You people are so stupid and think you can do no wrong, Obama should have no worries about being re-elected.

Anonymous said...

Ever notice how, when a Republican screws up, they get booted from office, but when a democrat can't seem to figure out how to swim or the meaning of the word "is" they become party heroes?

Of course if you have no standards you can not fail to meet those standards. Lying, whoring, tax cheating, and corruption are resume enhancers for a democrat. Might even be required for appointment to Scambama's cabinet.

Anonymous said...

Anon 3:20(Ken/Sweetie) Ok, I'll bite. Yes he's a sodomite, a liar and disgusting, just like you.

Feel better now?

Anonymous said...

Another day of the fringe-right-wing echo chamber. At least they can't try to pretend any more that the Nazi tactics at town hall meetings are spontaneous.

Anonymous said...

You people are so stupid and think you can do no wrong, Obama should have no worries about being re-elected.



Hang on to that fantasy Alice. Keep ignoring what is happening to him now.

People have caught on despite your best efforts. This guy is toast along with your hacks in congress.

Anonymous said...

Is Obama a socialist?

Anonymous said...

O darlin', we didn't call you a troll, we called you stupid and boring. There is a difference.
You see a troll might be interesting or even clever. Unfortunately you are neither.
Your only evident, positive quality is persistence. Persistently stupid and boring.

Anonymous said...

...O darlin', we didn't call you a troll, we called you stupid and boring. There is a difference.
You see a troll might be interesting or even clever. Unfortunately you are neither.
Your only evident, positive quality is persistence. Persistently stupid and boring...


Sweetie! You're back! You've described yourself perfectly -- except you left out "self-deceiving."