"...somebody named Cliff Schecter, an expert. Never heard of him."-Rush Limbaugh
posted by Cliff Schecter @ 8:32 PM
My computer acts as an alarm clock. I wake up to TheYoungTurks.com stream from Air America. I was still celebrating the night before so it went off while I slept.Woke up late after this was subliminally inserted into my conscienceness. Now I understand why I never got the urge to pleasure myself.
cliff - i saw you on msnbc this morning - the fact that they are pushing "non-partisenship" however the hell you spell it - is laughable. why are the talking heads pushing this so much? first, don't they realize that drama is their bread and butter and second do they just want us to roll over once we've won? they have been brutal to us and the american people deserve answers from this administration! so please keep telling them like it is! AND what can we do to make sure we get answers?
Cliff-dont ever lose your crankiness. Loved the 'Mom' comment. But also call them on telling US how to behave after they were such bastards the last 6 years. PLEASE call them on that one.
I really enjoyed that clip on MSNBC. Ya know, Cliff, the best part of my day has been having my morning coffee and reading your blog. I like to start my day off with a shot of energy and a good laugh. You give me both, thanks.Every time I hear Bush and the rest of the Republicans talking about bi-partisanship, I think of all the times I heard how Democrats had to have their committee meetings in some hole in the basement or how they were told they weren't allowed to televise any of their committee meetings. They treated the Democrats like crap and beat them down every day the Republicans were in power. You were right to point out past behavior of the Republicans. They have to prove they can be trusted again...and I don't think that will happen. The best news I heard today is that Chaffee of Rhode Island, will not support Bush in voting to confirm Bolton. In this so-called "bi-partisanship" the President keeps talking about, what is the first thing he does? He tries to ram through a confirmation of someone that he knows the Democrats and many Republicans abhor. Only, this time, he has no leverage in convincing the Republicans who don't want Bolton, to vote for him. Poor Bush...he's lost his groove.
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