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What next? 24 January 2012

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Maybe Florida itself implodes…?  More?  Again?  This feels like a DVD with an alternative ending included:  See what happens when the R playlist fails to gel with the public.  Or, not gel predictably

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1. diane - 24 January 2012

Maybe Sandusky announces he’s running, and is America Elect’s true, prime, secret candidate?

Stevie comes out from hiding after resurrection …and announces (much to the relief of those who’ve had their tounge up his ass while his contracted workforce commits suicide by the droves) he, in fact, is the messiah … no need for an election …. ?

(she wrote, while trying to keep the Pabst 24 ouncer well away from the new puter screen with the luverly face recognition, et al … installed)

diane - 24 January 2012

(In re: puters, it’s been quite interesting trying to figure out what Gates and the NSA cooked up with WIN 7. Also, the tracking of “Searches,” (and deleting files, … despite, …just saying NO) within the puter, and certainly on the tubes (despite just saying NO) has me “intrigued” …. )

diane - 24 January 2012

uggh “Also,” was a fucked up choice of wording (haste makes waste) I should have wrtitten:

(In re: puters, it’s been quite interesting trying to figure out what Gates and the NSA cooked up with WIN 7. Was it the tracking of “Searches,” (and deleting files and/or trying to “send” them to a more private storage place, like a flash drive, … despite, …just saying NO) within the puter, and certainly on the tubes (despite just saying NO) which has me “intrigued” and creeped out…. ) ?

brian - 24 January 2012

im surprised isteve’s resurrection has not yet been made public. we all know it took jesus 3 days, but that’s just because of the primitive software used to download his soul back into his body. but nowadays, resurrection should take at most like 3 minutes.

maybe they’re saving his resurrection to coincide with the new ipad

diane - 24 January 2012

:0) (;0)

diane - 24 January 2012

maybe they’re saving his resurrection to coincide with the new ipad

yeah, now that the our new “toys” have the loverly handwriting recognition factory installed too, … haven’t figured how to “uninstall” that one yet, though the face recognition app seemed pretty straight forward (hmmmm …. traces remain? DESPITE SAY NO …….”thank you! [MONSTORS]” …….. ;0( … )

Madman in the Marketplace - 24 January 2012

unfortunately, he was reborn in a small farming village in China to a recently widowed wife of a man who fitted a chip into the the motherboard of thousands of iPads, over and over again, until he jumped from the roof of Foxconn in despair of the cold, empty void that his life had been reduced to.

Of course, I type this snarky shit on my bluetooth enabled Apple keyboard into my iMac, so …

2. diane - 24 January 2012

Rules of American justice: a tale of three cases

Part of the DOJ’s criminal investigation in the Kiriakou matter included investigating whether criminal defense lawyers representing GITMO detainees, from the ACLU and elsewhere, committed crimes by attempting to learn of the identity of the CIA agents who tortured their clients (so that they could sue or otherwise hold those torturers accountable: exactly what any competent lawyer should do). Although the DOJ ultimately decided yesterday against indictments of those lawyers, the very fact that the DOJ criminally investigated them at all is self-evidently dangerous. About that investigation, ACLU Executive Director Anthony Romero told Savage that “it — and the Obama-era leak investigations more broadly — had had a ‘chilling effect on defense counsel, government whistle-blowers, and journalists’.” That, of course, is exactly its purpose.

3. BooHooHooMan - 24 January 2012

:grin:

Big Number: 20% Increase in BofA Account Closures

:::::::: after its failed plan for a five dollar monthly debit card fee

diane - 24 January 2012

:0)

diane - 24 January 2012

I so love a simple garroting, …primitive, …yet effective, …. no muss, …. no fuss.

marisacat - 24 January 2012

Speaking of… probably from the same people who sold concentration camps as Summer Camp For All. And the warsaw Ghetto as a Safety Measure. Etc.

Google requires all users to agree to new privacy policy

Google announced Tuesday that it will require all of its users to agree to a new privacy policy that will integrate user data across 60 Google products including Gmail, YouTube and search. The policy will also encompass information, including location data, collected on mobile devices.

Users will not be allowed to opt-out.

In a company blog post, Google privacy director Alma Whitten said that “if you’re signed in, we may combine information you’ve provided from one service with information from other services. In short, we’ll treat you as a single user across all our products, which will mean a simpler, more intuitive Google experience.”

The new policy will take effect March 1.

Read more at:
Slap Happy Wash Post

diane - 24 January 2012

saw that a day or two ago … and yeah … no surprise …. CALI appears to have been the same perfect location CAULDRON for Mother Fuckers ….. as Pit Berg PA was, …..with all those lovely rivers ….. until waterways were replaced with choo choos and planes ….

marisacat - 24 January 2012

I jsut spied this at Business Insider:

Bank Of America Is Going Groupon

Linette Lopez | Jan. 24, 3:48 PM | 455 | 2

They’re going to start offering customers online, targeted discounts.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/#ixzz1kPp1iSqu

Madman in the Marketplace - 24 January 2012

LOL

sure, that will work.

marisacat - 24 January 2012

I don’t even know what to say to that sort of ”p l a n” from a full fledged bank.

4. marisacat - 24 January 2012

gah.

5. marisacat - 24 January 2012

If anyone cares… I dropped out at 11 minutes after the hour. Entry of the Pharoah pretty much did me in.

Read the full prepared text of Obama’s State of the Union speech

President Obama will warn the nation Tuesday evening that the decades-old promise of a secure and rising middle class is threatened by economic unfairness as he delivers an election-year State of the Union message that is likely to resonate in the months ahead on the campaign trail.

Read the full text, as prepared for delivery, of President Obama’s address.

Read more at:
Wash Po

Or visit washingtonpost.com.

lucid - 24 January 2012

You didn’t miss a thing… It was pathetic.

marisacat - 24 January 2012

Bill Gates put out a summation of his charitable doings today, The Bill and Melinda Gates Global Fund… I read that. Maxed out on lies and gibberish and drool for the day.

One shroud of slobber is enough.

marisacat - 24 January 2012

omigod he is still going… over an hour. just ended it.

BooHooHooMan - 24 January 2012

And you are not impressed?!
Wow!

No one built this country on their own. :shock:
This Nation is great because we built it together.
This Nation is great because we worked as a team.
This Nation is great because we get each other’s backs.

{{{{{ :lol: :lol: :lol: O,h FFS!}}}}

And if we hold fast to that truth, in this moment of trial,
there is no challenge too great; no mission too hard.
As long as we’re joined in common purpose, as long as we maintain our common resolve, our journey moves forward,
our future is hopeful, and the state of our Union
will always be strong.

Thank you, God bless you, and may God bless the United States of America.

I had the good fortune of missing the whole thing, but reading the text is plain fucking ridiculous. We can do Better! LOL
Okay now I’m starting to get pissed scrolling thru it….

I’ll need to vent a bit.

(Psst: I don’t care WHO the GOP runs I’m not voting for Barry)

lucid - 24 January 2012

Plenty of huffing at Iran…

marisacat - 24 January 2012

I think all baby bottles should get spoonfuls of gin in the milk.

Honey if they can run Newt and I am not tempted, nor whispers of Jebbie (and Colomba, tho having Mother Bush back would be icky, very icky!)
then I am I N N O C U L A T E D against voting.

BooHooHooMan - 24 January 2012

:lol: Oh I know your’re gonna make it.
And I’ll hold up fine. Hell, I got the serum HERE. :lol: :wink:.

diane - 24 January 2012

I’m trying to figure what to write in (“none of the above” … is kind of boring), if I can’t wrap my mind and trust around any of the third party candidates.

And, so true:

… having Mother Bush back would be icky, very icky!

Although! Mickey bringing Timmeh G Man into that urban Philadelphia PA grocery store to teach ‘folks’ how to buy groceries was (I thought) somewhat of a contender with Bab’s (paraphrasing here):

‘that’s probably the best time they’ve had in their lives’

(as regards those (not really accidentally) stuck in that stadium during hurricane Katrina.)

and/or, Bab’s (paraphrasing again):
‘I don’t know why I should have to look at those body bags [my husband and son are responsible for].’

Weeelllll, ….okay … Babs has Mickey well beat, but yeah, we shouldn’t forget that Babs is far older and more experienced. With time, Mickey will be saying things equally horrifying, such as:

‘Those fat kids need to stop whining about why they’re being forced into the Foster Care Industry, and taken from their parents. …….. They should be thanking me for not mandating they be sent to Boot Camps …..’

marisacat - 25 January 2012

Yeah but. That last would be said in chorus by both Mother Bush and Memsab. As little multicolored people hand raked their sandy beaches.

Etc.

ts - 25 January 2012

I need to read the CA rules on write in candidates. Might vote for Heywood Jablomie or Mike Oxbig if it wouldn’t get thrown out and could end up on the SOS results.

marisacat - 25 January 2012

Just don’t leave it blank… as I often did. It meant, I learned, in the wake of GE 2000, that my ballot was most often thrown out. They assume something is wrong with the whole ballot, as, in their opinion, if someone votes he/she of COURSE voted for the top of the ticket.

marisacat - 25 January 2012

oh another thing I learned listening to tons of elections experts and litigators in the GE 2000 mess…. often they don’t even bohter to count the absentee votes here in Cali in a GE. THEY NEGOTIATE AND DEAL MAKE ON AN AGREED COUNT. In a close or contested election they will bother, otherwise for the national GE, not. I had a knock down drag out in threads at Dkos over that, and I had to hunt up taht very assessment in print.

It went a long way to my loss of any interest much in voting.

6. BooHooHooMan - 24 January 2012

Wrecker with a sunshine enema.

I’m a Democrat. { :lol: Indeed! – bhhm }

But I believe what Republican Abraham Lincoln believed: That Government should do for people only what they cannot do better by themselves, and no more. That’s why my education reform offers more competition, and more control for schools and States. That’s why we’re getting rid of regulations that don’t work. That’s why our health care law relies on a reformed private market, not a Government program.

On the other hand, even my Republican friends who complain the most about Government spending have supported federally-financed roads, and clean energy projects, and federal offices for the folks back home.

The point is, we should all want a smarter, more effective Government. And while we may not be able to bridge our biggest philosophical differences this year, we can make real progress.

LOL – Yeh well scan the entirety of Mr. Democrat’s speech there for a reference to Franklin – Delano – Roosevelt.
Try and find “FDR” in there. Oh we got the technology!
Try and find it! Sorry JFK fans.
All things Kennedy were left out too!
Barry has a New favorite President offed in the ’60s, a different century to boot!

Oh I’m not going to review in detail this errand boy’s crooning. , So In Love With You while humping Fascism.
Collaborator. Vichy.

That’s why, working with our military leaders, I have proposed a new defense strategy that ensures we maintain the finest military in the world, while saving nearly half a trillion dollars in our budget. To stay one step ahead of our adversaries, I have already sent this Congress legislation that will secure our country from the growing danger of cyber-threats.

Above all, our freedom endures because of the men and women in uniform who defend it. As they come home, we must serve them as well as they served us. That includes giving them the care and benefits they have earned – which is why we’ve increased annual VA spending every year I’ve been President. And it means enlisting our veterans in the work of rebuilding our Nation.

With the bipartisan support of this Congress, we are providing new tax credits to companies that hire vets. Michelle and Jill Biden have worked with American businesses to secure a pledge of 135,000 jobs for veterans and their families. And tonight, I’m proposing a Veterans Job Corps that will help our communities hire veterans as cops and firefighters, so that America is as strong as those who defend her.

I did see one thing on the domestic front, oh everything’s a “front” – that jumped out from the usual goon-and-dope rally.

We will also establish a Financial Crimes Unit of highly trained investigators to crack down on large-scale fraud and protect people’s investments. Some financial firms violate major anti-fraud laws because there’s no real penalty for being a repeat offender. That’s bad for consumers, and it’s bad for the vast majority of bankers and financial service professionals who do the right thing. So pass legislation that makes the penalties for fraud count.

And tonight, I am asking my Attorney General to create a special unit of federal prosecutors and leading state attorneys general to expand our investigations into the abusive lending and packaging of risky mortgages that led to the housing crisis. This new unit will hold accountable those who broke the law, speed assistance to homeowners, and help turn the page on an era of recklessness that hurt so many Americans

Thing is,they already have Major Financial Crimes units operating in every US Attorneys office, and, – jaundiced eye and all that – a good number of careerists at DoJ have proved more adept at covering their ass while making waves in prosecutions against fraud,

Oh, for a host of reasons we know the fixers’ deal, but the O’Blame-o’s are indeed having problems propping up Lanny Breuer and Holder and maintaining control at DoJ.
If they could, they;d like to wholesale fire many of the compromise candidates they appointed to keep peace @ Justice.

MAybe the Republicans will forget about pressing it in the Spring.

7. marisacat - 25 January 2012

The Philipines.. it’s not just for filming movies about the US Vietnam war anymore. It is once again and forever strategic.

U.S. weighs expanded military presence in the Philippines

The Obama administration is considering significantly expanding the U.S. military presence in the Philippines, two decades after the island nation evicted American forces from their biggest base in the Pacific. Such an expansion would be the latest in a series of strategic moves aimed at countering China.

They so want world war. Full on.

Read more at:
Washington Post

Madman in the Marketplace - 25 January 2012

I don’t even have the heart to bother arguing with O’Nixon fans anymore about what a worthless, warmongering piece of shit he is. It’s like trying to tell an American Idol fan that the fucking show has nothing to do with art or music.

marisacat - 25 January 2012

it’s all about war, everything is now.

8. m - 25 January 2012

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned of a 20-30% oil price spike if Iranian exports are disrupted.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-16728942

Really???

marisacat - 25 January 2012

oh well. Our very good friends the Saudis, who assist unasked with skyscraper demolition, have said they will ramp up immediately. Would take but a few days.

Saudis, covering our back. I feel so good!!

m - 27 January 2012

Saudis and GoldMSAC are just determined to reach $200-400/b oil….

9. BooHooHooMan - 25 January 2012

Woman Accuses New York Police Commissioner’s Son of Rape
By WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM
Published: January 25, 2012

The Manhattan district attorney’s office is investigating an accusation that Greg Kelly, a local television anchor who is a son of Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, raped a young woman in Lower Manhattan last October, law enforcement officials and Greg Kelly’s lawyer said Wednesday.

Paul J. Browne, the deputy commissioner of public information at the Police Department, referred most questions about the case to Mr. Vance’s office. Mr. Vance declined to comment.

The woman, who is in her late 20s or early 30s, walked into the 13th Precinct station house with her sister sometime after 8 p.m. on Tuesday and made her complaint, according to one of the law enforcement officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the continuing investigation and the sensitivity of discussing accusations against the police commissioner’s son. the case was handed over on Wednesday to the office of the Manhattan district attorney, Cyrus R. Vance Jr.

Mr. Kelly, 43, denied the accusation in a statement by his lawyer, Andrew M. Lankler, that was released Wednesday evening.

“Mr. Kelly is aware that the New York County District Attorney’s office is conducting an investigation,” the statement said. “Mr. Kelly strenuously denies any wrongdoing of any kind, and is cooperating fully with the district attorney’s investigation. We know the district attorney’s investigation will prove Mr. Kelly’s innocence.”

Paul J. Browne, the deputy commissioner of public information at the Police Department, referred most questions about the case to Mr. Vance’s office. Mr. Vance declined to comment.

The woman told the police that she met the younger Mr. Kelly on the street and that the two went to South Street Seaport for drinks on Oct. 8. They then proceeded to her office at a Lower Manhattan law firm. The woman told the police that the rape occurred at the office. The two continued to have contact by phone and text message after the encounter.

According to the woman’s account, when her boyfriend later learned about the night, he became angry. He then approached the police commissioner at a public event and told him that the younger Mr. Kelly had sexually assaulted his girlfriend.

The commissioner, according to the woman’s account, told him to write a letter. It was unclear if the man did so.

Commissioner Kelly’s account of his encounter with the boyfriend is similar, though according to Mr. Browne, the man told the commissioner that his son had “ruined my girlfriend’s life” but declined it to discuss it there. So the commissioner suggested that he write the letter.

Mr. Kelly, who is currently a co-anchor of “Good Day New York” on the Fox station WNYW (Channel 5), is a former NY1 political reporter. He served as a fighter pilot for nine years in the United States Marine Corps and holds the rank of major in the Reserves.

marisacat - 25 January 2012

ugh. Not like Vance has a good record in the DA office with high profile rape cases… and I don’t mean Nafissatou vs DSK, that was just the most recent.

Oh waht a mess.

We have our own Top Cop mess out here too… the newly elected Sheriff, supposedly from the Liberal WIng of SF gov (as if there is such a thing) is all tangled up in domestic violence charges. And very very messy it is too.

BooHooHooMan - 25 January 2012

I heard a Federal Judge just mandated Oakland P.D. to have an overseer or some such……a guy from………the DEA :roll:

marisacat - 25 January 2012

that came from Judge Thelton Henderson iirc his name accurately. I t is because OPD has never satisfied conditions they had to meet as of 9 years ago from a huge scandal over there. The judge threatened a few months ago to put OPD into Federal oversight. Then the no good Chief of Police left, Occupy revealed that even new city admin is a fucking mess… the new Chief is a mess (as I see it) and Good lUck to them all.

The Feds took over the public schools while Jerry was mayor over there. Enh.

BooHooHooMan - 25 January 2012

Zinfandel anyone!? :lol: :wink:

marisacat - 26 January 2012

at least it is legal…

I’d love to get a Med MJ card… and see if a place not to far from me (if it was not raided and shut) that supposedly made the “best edibles” had anything for pain and sleep… but I cannot face half a day at the DMV to get a new state ID. Can not face it.

10. BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

Rabbi Earl Seth David, accused of running immigration fraud mill, extradited to New York
Lawyer, also known as Rabbi Avraham David,
fled to Canada after learning of federal probe

A New York rabbi accused of running a massive immigration fraud mill through his law office for nearly 13 years has been extradited to New York after being nabbed in Canada.

Manhattan Federal Court Magistrate Judge Michael Dolinger said he was holding Earl Seth David, also known as Rabbi Avraham David, without bail because he skipped town before.

The rabbi pleaded not guilty.

Oh, how bad can it be?.
Prolly hustling just a few Canadian Geese with the usual promises of the good life, the typical featherbedding line. I mean, not to be an apologist for the Rabbi, but if they were just geese, the numbers were small, maybe a flock or two, and at no time did he try and turn them into sex slaves or harvest their organs or whatever, REALLY – how bad can it be? LOL

Special Assistant U.S. Attorney John Reh said in court that David, 47, fled to Canada in 2006 when he learned his firm was under federal investigation.

He was apprehended last fall.

An indictment charges David and 11 others with submitting fraudulent paperwork to immigration authorities on behalf of tens of thousands of illegal aliens who were charged exorbitant fees of up to $30,000.

David’s firm allegedly fabricated pay stubs, tax returns and “experience letters,” to show that the sponsorships were real.

They said the sponsors had no intention of hiring the illegal immigrants, and the sponsor companies were shell companies for use in the fraudulent scheme.

Okay! Cornish game hens! Maybe just a few!
The Rabbi, see – he was just …. :lol:

Oh Big Time LULZ.

marisacat - 26 January 2012

oh you just know there is a lot more to this.

BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

A little birdie tells me the food stamp fraud at the kosher and not-so-kosher markets is next. 30,000 + False ID’s

I was LMAO about these – I forget which higher profile charity scam that recently reported money missing and “unauthorized charges” on bank cards etc…

LOL. Gotta hand it to em. Literally! This ain’t no small potatoes , beef’n’brew angle. This is pervasive organized crime at its best. This reaches in to every synogogue , JCC, and fraternal and social service org they have. Christ, why didn’t they just convert to Catholicism and get into the hospital business? :wink:

11. diane - 26 January 2012

Hmmmmm, …… this piece, The Internet’s Unholy Marriage to Capitalism which I’ve barely scanned yet, appears to be pretty juicy.
Having worked and lived, way tooo long in the valley, my thoughts have been centered around the MIC and the Purse Owners having FUNDED and CREATED the tubes (and puter ‘Accounting’ “software” which meant warp speed, unanalyzed data ( and a thorough decimation of hand written signatures, dates …generally: NO Accountability Remains), cuz no honest ‘Controller’ of checks and balances, could possibly keep up without being fired by their ‘masters’ for their ‘well being’( allowing a continual large Company swallowing smaller, yet better companies, while Congress clearly allowed any Monopoly and Pricing laws to be thoroughly trampled over, to the effect that soon we will end up with only one entity in every major industry that pertains to being able to survive) of solely, using such things as Sales Tax Exemptions! No Shipping Costs, DISCOUNTS! …… no brick and mortar could provide, etc. to the highest advantage.

(Yet a second hat tip, … too Alcuin, despite the fact that I didn’t like, at all, the pedantry by Alcuin and Lambert in re: Occupy Oakland.

To my wee ‘wisdom,’… if a dream came true: ….. Cloud Computing, a Davos ‘Brainstorm’ , …. would be garroted, stunning how there has been no dialogue whatsover as to the absolute decimation of jobs it has, and will have, effected, let alone a thorough decapitation of Accountability.)

diane - 26 January 2012

Oops, dire comma missing, should have written (I’ve boldfaced the effect):

the MIC and the Purse Owners having FUNDED and CREATED the tubes (and puter ‘Accounting’ “software” which meant warp speed, unanalyzed data ( and a thorough decimation of hand written signatures, dates …generally: NO Accountability Remains), cuz no honest ‘Controller’ of checks and balances, could possibly keep up without being fired by their ‘masters,[<the missing comma]’ for their sole ‘well being’….

(I also fucked up on: “too” (Alcuin), versus “to”)

marisacat - 26 January 2012

I haven’t tried corrente recently… the last time I did it was still, for me, nearly un-down-loadable. I must have some interface problems with cahnges he made to code.

Oh I think we are STRANGLING under the systems that run US and transnational biz in this country.

diane - 26 January 2012

Having been forced (not ‘retired’ (whatever THAT means) yet), when my puter fried, to buy a new puter (Toshiba appeared to be a least evil, so I went with that (most of the Homeland Manufacturers appear to contract to Foxconn, etc. …not a recommendation of Toshiba necessarily, they have ugly issues of their own, such as adapter plugs that they (and all the Techie Outlets in Sly con Valley) say are normal when they spark while plugging them in with the puter, though the puter is ‘turned off.’), to ‘stay ‘alive’?[while nearing ‘DEAD’ because of the ‘High Tech Progress’], I have some thoughts re your connection issues, but need to sort them out instead of spitting shit out, willy nilly.

…. Though I will say, I was stuck with WIN 7 (which I think you might have been stuck with when you were forced to replace your puter), which licks corporate ass (as long as those Global Corps, lick WIN 7), and IE, whatever number it is now (having not yet decided on which browser to change to, since, honestly I don’t know that it makes a difference at the end of the day), and am able to access correntewire far quicker now, with my intertube setting set on ‘high security’ (again, Billy the Gate, is in the business of catering SECURED, ‘TIMELY,’ ACCESS to the PURSE Owners like him, that is not to say that my everywhim is not being recorded on my own puter (unhide the hidden files in “..Folder Options/view” and check out “Windows Explorer” ‘C drive/Users/You/ Searches/Everywhere[and/or] Indexed’).

Those high security settings will have to be tweaked though if you want to watch a video (I’ve deliberately weaned myself from You Tube for some time now (and it wasn’t easy, I had to once again rely on my own imagination and abilities to read between the lines and see something in my ‘mind’s eye’ while reading the text which so many thankfully provided) so I can’t speak to enabling video, you would have to tweak those high security settings to allow more ‘scripting,’ ‘applets,’ etc.)

Gotta run, will check back honey.

marisacat - 26 January 2012

well I do have Win 7, but I managed to avoid Vista, which got such bad reviews and I never read anything good said about it. All I really asked was that my old computer not die til there was the successor to Vista.

diane - 6 February 2012

My sincere apologies to Alcuin, the Pedant (along with Lambert) I was actually recollecting, re Occupy Oakland, was Affinis.

Further, I believe that Pedantry can have as violent of an effect (and then some) on ‘underdogs,’ as smashing a bank window in pained rage, in an underdog community, when that bank is surely responsible for the loss of human lives in multitudes. Just because there weren’t rivers of blood, does not mean they weren’t hideous, agonizing, ultra VIOLENT in their own ‘benign’ passivity, ….Untimely Deaths.

12. diane - 26 January 2012

Oohhhh, for fucks sake, that drug/gun running bastard: Meese, … the third!, … et al: … Ronald [Micky Dee’s ketchup is a ‘sustaining’ vegetable (takes one to know one)] Reagan and the Founding

diane - 26 January 2012

(disclosure: didn’t bother to read it, I’m positive that underneath it, is putrid, toxic, death cult ROT ..which, in my current state of my mind, would send me into yet another tailspin at the horrid state of things, …perhaps I can handle it at some other point in time, …perhaps not…)

BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

GOP debate on the CNN….

10 minutes and counting.

Lapel pins? Corn dog? Plastic sheeting anyone?

It’s so Historic.

… and all.

13. BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

Gingrich getting boos taking the stage..
Hall management? Advantage? The other 3 mooks.

College Chamber Singers up with the National Anthem.
A bold move, frankly. LOL

Oh fuck Santorum introducing his mother fro a standing ovation.

Gingrich intro –
Proud to be here in Hooterhoo Florida, the next home of Carrier Group DeathStar or something..

Paul intro to big cheers. Correction on the earlier.
Hall advantage is the Paul camp.

I shut up now.

marisacat - 26 January 2012

ugh. Santorum has a mother? surely he is merely spawn.

BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

Speaking of evolution…Romney is back.
Pulling it off too.
Newt with 3 boners in his face at the moment.

BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

And no sooner does Romney get off the mat, then he he hands Santorum the club.

What a show!

There’s a winner in there somewhere!

(it’s just not gonna be any of us)

marisacat - 26 January 2012

They’re gonna all gang up on Newt. It seems…

BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

:lol: LMAO – BREAKING!

GINGRICH: MY WIFE ISN”T NECESSARILY BETTER THAN THE OTHER THREE

Kid you not! :lol: Popcorn! Quick!

marisacat - 26 January 2012

“Other Three“?

Is he including Arianna, or something? Or one wife was so bad she seemed like two wives?

BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

He was responding to a question ,
one of those cozy softball set-ups as the network try to pace the thing, Blitzer, After the Break we’ll have each of the candidates tell us why their wife will make the best First Lady! ( Oh I know !)

Anyways, thats where he said it, I cackled out loud because they had quickly cut to Calista who had this WTF! moment of Stepford paste sort of melting off her face ,uhm, look. ..

An Awkward moment, here the other candidates were showering the gooey lovely lady routine on their wives and Gingrich – oh I remember – he opened by pandering that ANY of the other three running wifs would be fine and then transitioned into saying, essentially, Calista ain’t all that. A real card, that Newt.

marisacat - 26 January 2012

hmm Bill C and Bush Due ued to both pull the old “I married up” crap. Boy, Newt.

I actually want Ann ROmney as Flotus (LOL I don’t care which husband she drags with her!). I think she will leave us the fuck alone.

BooHooHooMan - 27 January 2012

At this point, and for both Parties, I’m for whatever puts together the campaign bus with the most interpersonal hostilities possible. The men at each others throats, the women throwing uppercuts, biting, hair-pulling, what have you, no-holds-barred, preferably reaching pitched battle just as that pneumatic bus door sounds opening gate at hinterland stop, the relentless, broken tooth combatants tumbling out unfazed, the internecine gang warfare escalating on the pavement before horrified Hootervillagers, and camera crews alike, it continuing down the street, moving through the town, leveling trees, demolishing homes, picking up vehicles and hurling them aloft like so many grains of sand, it all leaving utter destruction in its wake before crossing the horizon and fading from view.

But, you know me.
Always an optimist.
LOL

marisacat - 27 January 2012

Anything that is painful for them, works for me!!

14. BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

Palestinian American Republican question, feels left out.

Romney lecturing him in full, ‘nother-asshole-owned-by- Israel mode.
Gingrich trying to outmanoevre Romney in full, ‘nother-asshole-owned-by- Israel mode.

Like I said – There’s a winner in there somewhere!

(it’s just not gonna be any of us)

15. BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

All of them humping religion now…. except Paul

BooHooHooMan - 26 January 2012

No news, I know. They’re wrapping up.
Romney up I’d say.

I can only imagine the airways in Fla the next 4 days… :roll:

16. marisacat - 27 January 2012

New

LINK

…. 8O:roll:


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