"...somebody named Cliff Schecter, an expert. Never heard of him."-Rush Limbaugh
posted by Cliff Schecter @ 11:12 PM
I have to wonder if that disgusted look on Pelosi's face when Bush was talking about oil was because Cheney was pleasuring himself at the time. That could be why Cheney was smiling.
I think the disgusted look was because Cheney farted. Nancy must have been downwind from him.
Tim Russert made some comment about Cheney and Hastert eating chicken wings back there during past speeches. Can you imagine the size of the dent in that chair after Hastert sat in it?
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This is funny, Chris Matthews just said that Condi looked like a zombie tonight.
This is funny, Chris Matthews just said that Condi looked like a zombie tonight. As opposed to other nights?
With Denny and Cheney sitting back there it must have literally smelled like a sewer under a Taco Bell
Oh, And great to see you disnoir. That was fun at Kos. We have a pretty good time here too!Right mary ellen?Right mary ellen?Right mary ellen?
AYE! The General just gave me mental images i DID NOT need. THANKS.I can't believe i missed out on all this stuff earlier! Cliff on Kos and a blog chat here during the speech. If i'd known all this was going on i would have skipped playing Bush Bingo with my local democratic committee!btw, how about that Jim Webb!!! HOOOOOOORAH! (sorry, i'm in Virginia so i gotta gloat!)
Hey CliffThanks for the invite. JambonHow lucky you are. 9000 votes the other way and you'd be stuck with macaca or is it stuck in macaca? Instead you got a real leader. I'm stuck with droopy the dour dog and Dodd.
No prolem jambon. The Kos chat was sudden, as my friend Matt suddenly told me he had written it and good folks like Paddy and Mike Stark made sure it got recommended. I thought it was going to be over quickly, as I don't know that many Kossacks to be able to control getting something recommended. We'll let you know the next time if we can!
BTW jambon, yes, Webb easily gave the best response I have ever seen. Many of us knew how important that election was, not just in what we were defeating but in who we were sending to the senate!Sadly, the opposite is true of disnoir's senator, who I did all I could to defeat (go to The Huffington Post and AlterNet and type my name in with Lieberman in the search) and has turned out to be every bit the disaster we thought he would be. I would trade Lieberman for Snowe straight up right now.
Man, I've been reading the blogs and newspapers in Chicago to see the reaction to the speech last night and it's amazing...no one even wants to talk about it. The Chicago Trib headline today is, "Bush seeks Dems' help". Chicago Trib (Republican rag) goes on about how Bush is issuing a bipartisan call, "to achieve big things for the American people". Didn't he already give us big things? A big deficit, a big war, big war casualties, big jumps in prescription drugs, etc.The only one I saw on MSNBC that had anything nice to say about that speech was Scarborough. He called Bush commanding. What a moron. The only reason I watched the speech on MSNBC is because they had Keith Olberman on to critique the speech. He did a great job, but I think Chris Matthews took over and didn't allow Keith to say much. Keith is a stand up guy, and was being polite and allowing Chris to take over. But, then again, Keith is great at getting his point across with just the right amount of text. The most talked about thing regarding that speech has been Jim Webb's response. Everything I've heard regarding that has been positive. C-Span was just discussing it a little while ago.
Ooops.."big jumps in prescription drugs, etc." Was supposed to be "big jumps in prescription drug prices, etc."Although, I imagine there are a lot more people taking anti-depressants since Bush became President, so maybe he did give us a big jump in prescription drugs.
Morning kids... Damn, I either have a hangover or a cold. I feel poopy.I was pretty much heckling Bush in my pj's, didn't listen to much of anything after "Democrat" fell from that pissants' mouth. Nancy shoulda leaned over and thunked him with the gavel.And yes, once again, JIM WEBB ROCKS!!**and Fernando, if you're reading, I did try and go by the ranch, but things bogged up in the internets and wouldn't let me in.
Hastert is on C-Span talking about fuel. Figures, the guy is such a gas bag. Anyway, Bush said in his speech last night that he wants to reduce the consumption of gas by 20% in the next 10 years. I can see that happening, since no one will have jobs to drive to. Gosh...if Hastert gets any fatter, he's going to blow. I hate to be around him when that happens. Gross.
Cliff & Disnoir, I can only imagine how much that race must still sting to a lot of folks. To beat him in the primary and then...ugh. And wasn't Loserman speaking at the Heritage foundation of all places two weeks ago? Can we please excommunicate him from the Senate? Do a recall? SOMETHING.
and Mary Ellen. i am now scared to turn of the television out of fear of witnessing Hastert spontaneously combust.i'm picturing something like that scene in "Big Trouble in Little China" when that bad guy gets so mad and expands until he EXPLODES after seeing Loepan is dead.damn 80's Kurt Russel flashbacks!
jambonYou're too funny. Well, it's bad enough that I have to look at that fat assed Hastert on tv, I live in the town next to his...we even have a street named after him. It's a very wide street.
JambonLoserman was speaking to AEI, the same institute that gave us fat faced Fred Kagan (who probably never shot a spitball at anyone in anger lest he get the crap beat out of him). Fred Kagan is the 'architect' of the surge/escalation/augmentation/erection plan Bush is pushing now.It does sting ALOT. Somehow that miserable lying SOB managed to convince enough Democrats to side with Republicans to beat Ned whom I voted for twice (primary and general) and volunteered for. Heck I was out all day election day infront of polling places standing for like 10 hours. It's depressing that such a genuinely good guy lost to such a POS.
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