January 30, 2009

Your tax dollars at work

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(h/t)

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Could the Dems have 60 Senate seats soon?

Maybe.  The word is that Obama is looking to tap Sen. Judd Gregg for Secretary of Commerce.  If he accepts, Democrat Gov. John Lynch would choose his replacement. 

Sweet Jebus, Gregg....please don't do it!

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Don't look now...

The Senate GOP is all set to sell us out*, just like I knew they would. 

*Complete with another Gang of (insert number of spineless sellouts here).

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January 29, 2009

Something tells me...

...that Bernard Goldberg isn't a fan of Chrissy "Thrill Up My Leg" Matthews.  Just a hunch.

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28% of American public is utterly pathetic

Really, cried?

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Marion Barry Is In Trouble Again

This is not a recording.

Note to Marion Barry: Tax Day 2009 is Wednesday, April 15.

While we're at it, Tax Day 2010 is Thursday, April 15.

You may want to circle those dates on your calendar right about ... now.

Why the reminder? It seems the Mayor For Life didn't file his tax returns (yet again) for 2007, according to the Washington Post.

This news comes after Barry pleaded guilty in 2005 to two misdemeanor tax charges and admitted to not filing his taxes from 1999 to 2004.  So he didn't pay most of the taxes he owed on more than $500,000 in income.  Big whoop, right?  If the nation's treasury secretary can't figure out this whole taxes thing, who can?

Barry, who now makes more than $92,000 per year as a council member, had no comment for the Post and didn't let on to when he might file his taxes.  

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Bringing you yet more thoughtful, indepth commentary.

Behold! Bacon pie!

Mmmmmm. Pie. Now to go find some punch.

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Totally justifiable war crime

If it were me, I'd blow that bunny to pieces too. If not for spreading the worst sort of evil propaganda into the minds of innocent children, then for just plain annoyance's sake.


(h/t Atlas Shrugs, via Brian of London)

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Oh Noes! Someone Stole MoronPundit's Clothing Design Idea for Liberals!

fail owned pwned pictures
see more pwn and owned pictures

Failblog. Heh.

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Hey DPUD, You Want Another Steelers Video And Song?

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Why do I have a funny feeling...

...that we're going to see plenty of this over the next four to eight (or eight to ten, depending on who you ask*) years?

Bush laughed off the blunder, but the pictures still live on as part of Bush's lame duck legacy. However, there was little note taken of Obama's rookie mistake.
But of course.

*Remember, George W. Bush was is an idiot and Barack Obama is a genius.

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Presented without context

"Perhaps after 34 years it's time for us to confess we invented cello scrotum," she wrote with her husband John, who had signed the original letter, which was published in the BMJ Wednesday.
Yeah, I'm gonna go ahead and leave it up to you to figure that one out.

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The Redistricting Game

Enjoy all the fun of redistricting and gerrymandering from your computer!

Note: I haven't been able to get past level one.  The courts always dismiss my redistricting maps. 

(h/t)

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January 28, 2009

What he said

Treacher gets what's going on with the lame celebrity "I Pledge" video that I mentioned here (and again, here) several days ago:

Have you ever spent time around children? I did, before the court order. When a little kid doesn't get what he wants, the adult who has thwarted his will is, to borrow a phrase, the Worst Person in the World. But the second that kid gets what he wants, everything is suddenly wonderful. It's like for the last 8 years, Bush was the mean babysitter who didn't let Ashton Kutcher and Ashley Judd eat ice cream for dinner and stay up past their bedtime. But now they've got a new babysitter and he's so cool and he's promising all sorts of amazing things and oh isn't everything just totally super awesome?
Bullseye.

Anyway, read the whole thing, and watch about the first half of the video he has up there, before it segues into a rant about libertarians (unless you like that sort of thing).

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The problem I have with Pittsburgh going to the Super Bowl?

Is that a new iteration of this monstrosity rears its ugly head,



I remember when the original version of this accursed song came out, and I also remember you. could. not. fucking. escape. it.  I cannot tell you how close to the edge of madness this goddamned song drove me.  Radio, TV, you name it, it played endlessly.  Thank God for the intarwebs and NPR...whaaaaaat, I like classical.

No thanks to Jonn for reminding me about this evil, evil song, but do check out his coverage of this Key character.


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Now see, this is how you do it, GOP leadership

Rep. John Carter proposes the Rangel Rule Act of 2009, which would allow anyone who had to file to pay back taxes to the IRS to write "Rangel Rule" on their return to have penalties and interest waived. 

See, this is exactly the kind of smartass, snarky thing the GOP should do to the Democrats, and they should have been doing it during their time as majority too, along with, you know, actually reducing the size and power of government.  Maybe they're finally learning their lesson.  Maybe.  We'll see. 

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Amen


Amen, brothah.

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Maybe they aren't totally spineless

At least in the House, all of the House GOP opposed the Bankrupt America Act of 2009.  Hey, GOP leadership, more of this, please.

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Ridiculous Foreign Versions of Movie Posters

I laughed out loud a couple of times, particularly on Bad Lieutenant.

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EPIC WIN

I don't know what else to say.

Transportation officials in Texas are scrambling to prevent hackers from changing messages on digital road signs after one sign in Austin was altered to read, "Zombies Ahead."

Fucking awesome.

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