September 22, 2008
"I thought that was terrible by the way," Biden said of the computer ad in an interview broadcast tonight on the CBS Evening NewsI wonder, will Michelle take him aside and explain how that conversation doesn't help her kids?
Asked why it was aired, Biden said: "I didn't know we did it and if I had anything to do with it, we would have never done it."
Mwahahahahaaaa, the scrubbing continues. How much of are we catching, I wonder?
September 21, 2008
Since a Warrant was served, and since I'm bored and a moron, cheesy 80's music FTW!
September 19, 2008
Greasy Joe is asking a Missouri State Senator by the name of Chuck Graham to stand up for a round of applause, which, really, is a nice gesture if you think about it. There's just one problem, though, which I'll reveal below the fold...
September 18, 2008
"I need you to go out and talk to your friends and talk to your neighbors. I want you to talk to them whether they are independent or whether they are Republican. I want you to argue with them and get in their face," he said.Can we be a bunch of pushy, arrogant jerks who piss off their neighbors? Yes We Can!
A pathological liar simply cannot be trusted to tell the truth about herself, even on a subject as routine as a pregnancy and infant son. I can't believe I'm asking these questions either. But in the absence of any answers, what am I supposed to do?How about stepping back from the brink of insanity and taking a long, hard look at your rotten soul, Andrew? Or maybe, thinking for a while about how you're so deep in the tank for your new Messiah that you're willing to spread vile rumors about someone you perceive to be a threat to His ascension? Oh, and Andi, just because you say someone is a pathological liar doesn't make it so.
I know this puts me out of the mainstream of acceptable Washington opinion.No, this puts you outside of polite society, or at least it should. You've sunk to peddling easily discredited smears about the innocent teenage daughter and infant son of one of your political opponents under the paper-thin guise of "just asking questions," like a goddamn 9/11 troofer. That actually puts you "out of the mainstream" of acceptable people who aren't horrible shitheels. That kind of insane, conspiratorial bullshit puts you squarely in the company of people who should be shunned by decent, thoughtful individuals everywhere.
Surprisingly, though, at the end of his insane ramblings, St. Andrew of the Blessed Heart-Ache actually writes something sensible for a change:
If you really think you now know all you need to know about her, read someone else.Done and done. Have a nice life, scumbag. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to find a list of companies that advertise in The Atlantic. They might be interested in some of the tawdry, gossip-rag trash you've been peddling over there.
September 17, 2008
Obama's campaign describes the system as a grass-roots truth squad that arms supporters with information. But others see an attempt to stifle free speech.Remind me again, which side of the political spectrum in this country is full of thugs and fascists? Which side has an army of "digital brownshirts" waiting to attack?
"If Barack Obama demonstrates this little regard for free speech from his opponents during the campaign, what could the American people expect from him as a president?" Ed Martin, president of American Issues Project, said in a statement.
“If we can cut through the nonsense and the lipstick and the pigs and the silliness, then I’m absolutely convinced that we’re going to win.”Yes, Obama, the best way to cut through and get past something is to keep bringing it up.
He's the smartest man in America the world. Just ask him.
How dare the GOP use our own tactics against us!
“I believe that's a metaphor, a metaphor for what the country is looking for. They're looking for a sleepover with people they like!”First of all, I don't really think that's what the country is looking for. I'm pretty sure we're looking for responsible, serious leadership during a time of war and a slumping economy, not for someone to braid our hair (or hair plugs, as the case may be). Secondly, when it comes to a sleepover with someone you like, would you rather invite Joe Biden or...well, I think you can see where I'm going with that.
September 16, 2008
Related: Obama and Biden's anti-2nd records undermining their efforts to make gains in Western states. Guarantee it isn't going to help him in PA either, Pennsylvania actually takes state holiday for the opening of deer season, just to give you an idea how many hunters we have here.
I won't link directly to Kos, but Jay Tea at Wizbang caught this little nugget from the head of the Nutroots.
And here is the money quote Jay found:
I'm not about to revert to writing puff pieces about Obama thinking that his magic "new politics" bullshit will carry us to victory. He may or may not believe that crap, but I don't. We're going to win this thing the way campaigns are won -- by playing hardball. Politics is a blood sport. Republicans understand this and never flinch from flinging the shit. We won't win until we learn to fight back in kind. And I'm more than happy to get down in the mud with our friends on the Right so Obama doesn't have to.
Well, considering that many of The Deciders already participate at Kos, either overtly (Olbermann), or under user names, I find it ironic the Mediacrats believe their coordination on slime pieces isn't having its desired impact yet.
September 15, 2008
Oh, and it's probably cynical.
Or a distraction.
September 14, 2008
Question: Why does ACORN continue getting away with this crap?
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