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Call him Mao… 7 August 2009

Posted by marisacat in 2010 Mid Terms, 2012 Re Election, Inconvenient Voice of the Voter.

A beaded mosaic of US President Barack Obama is installed in New York. The picture, created by 1,000 children, is made up of 375,000 beads and measures 9 ft by 11 1/2 feet [AFP/GETTY]

Hell… what does one say anymore.  Just be relieved the children got the flag on the lapel.  We must conform!

Actually he was the runner up tonight, I could not find a creature from the wilds or the zoos that caught my eye.


1. marisacat - 7 August 2009

Via Clusterstock:

Here’s an easy way to make the big healthcare overhaul “budget neutral” as politicians keep (stupidly) promising: just shift more costs to the states. Voila, done.

NYT notes that governors are getting nervous about changes in Medicaid rules, that would put more obligations directly on cash-strapped states.


2. BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Call him Mao.

Yeh , well Mao just released unemployment figures, claiming unemployment DROPPED to 9.4 %.


Answer amidst chaos?

JuST LiE YoUR FuLKckin Aszz Off , of course!
Ya can always revise statistics later, right?!?!?? LOL.

{psst…- but get that new car now while you can…LOL}

marisacat - 7 August 2009

well but across 3 hours the “expected” number kept falling. I only know this as I was looking up things on the computer and NPR kept telling me. they jsut insisted I know this. And the numbers of jobs lost kept shifting too… LOL til it landed at 3 hundred and something. Earlier it ws five hundred and something.

Gotta love it!

maybe it will help in NJ and VA……………………………. 😈

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Thank God!
Those quarter million found jobs between 3AM and 5 o’clock in the morning! Itzzzaa Mirrrracle!

marisacat - 7 August 2009

it dropped again! CBS local about 15 mins ago said “247,000”.


BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Lead by a surging Demand for MATH TEACHERS!

and uhm uhnh REALITY-ERS.
What the fucks a Realitier?
We don’t know! But they must be in Demand!

3. BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

No, no – you HAVE a job, see.
From Home,
Your role in the Recovery is to seek out any foam cushioned furniture . During your generous pre-lunch break,
begin shredding said cushions in search of CHANGE. ( you’ll need it by lunch).

If you make it past this probationary period, repeat this cycle between meals. (Health Insurance and Retirement benefits not included)

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

-From the New Unemployment Counselors handbook

marisacat - 7 August 2009

pretty on target… I have already read stories of children in areas with no school bus (more and more of those across the past decade plus and many districts charge annually for the bus too) who don’t have the bus fare each day.

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Too funny.
I duuno . I think I’m gonna drop acid this afternoon.
‘sbeen quite a few Administrations but I think it’s time.
You know, just kinda,
{making vague jumbled handwavey motions},
just kinda sort things out.

marisacat - 7 August 2009

oh that made me laugh:

“How I Dropped Acid and Survived the Post Racial Post Radical Post Toasties Massive Screw Up Era”.

AND “Miraculously I Forgot Most Of the Horror”. A bonus chapter!

brinn - 7 August 2009

Holy shit!! That made me laugh too! RTFOL (by the way, when I use that acronym, I mean it to stand for “right the fuck out loud” — guess I should just write it out instead of explaining it!)


BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Very VERY Sorry. This reply I put in the wrong place. Meant as 2nd response to Dropped Again! the magical moving numbers fudge..

It’s insane. And People KNOW they’re being lied to.

lucid - 7 August 2009

If I dropped acid this afternoon, I think I would become permanently disabled…

marisacat - 7 August 2009

oh i never ever touched acid… I knew I’d be the breathe underwater, I can fly! type.

Madman in the Marketplace - 7 August 2009

me too!

4. marisacat - 7 August 2009

Oh too funny!

Health adviser DeParle says the president “would be interested in” insurance cooperatives in lieu of a public option so long as they give consumers more choice.

It REALLY is Medicare Part D all over again. Up to 64 “choices” of pharmaceutical plans.

All bad!

5. catnip - 7 August 2009
marisacat - 7 August 2009

Considering there were open discussions about offing him… I am glad he made it to having a GF…

Good for Knut!

6. lucid - 7 August 2009

On last thread, the comment by secret squirrel. If I recall correctly they used to post at Dkos during the troll wars.

7. catnip - 7 August 2009
8. marisacat - 7 August 2009

Looks like Gen Jones is the Flavor of the Week

Meet the Press: Gen. Jones, Bloomberg, Newark Mayor Booker. Roundtable with David Brooks, Erin Burnett, Jon Meacham

This Week: Howard Dean, Gingrich. Roundtable with Sam Donaldson, Matthew Dowd, Richard Haass, Peggy Noonan, Cokie Roberts

Fox News Sunday: Jones, Sen. McConnell, Walter Reed’s Maj. Gen. Hawley-Bowland

Face the Nation: Jones, Sens. Levin, Graham

State of the Union: Sens. Durbin, Cornyn, Ambassador Rice

9. marisacat - 7 August 2009

It’s Official!

The Recession is over. Trip over the Green Shoots!

10. BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Worst Astroturf ever written by Chris Bowers.

… the most ill conceived /”Hahaha”/ lame attempts at buzz generation i’ve ever had the misfortune of NOT trippin; while reading…

Other than DK and a few of the other “name” Pwog Blogs, The whole thing is orange hyperlinks to Ghost Town Boxcar Blogs ” like Boomans?- Personal online diary, is it? , “Delaware Liberal” and of course Bowers Open Left..

Ill come back to it, but let me digress a bit…

BTW, Bowers, who’s “own” ambitiously titled “Sestak Announcement Thread”at Open Left ???? —– > Got a grand total of 10 COMMENTS.


Chris (0.00 / 0)

John and I were there this morning and I was looking around for you. We got there about 7:45 and were in the back right in front of the media platform, in the middle. It was crowded so I must have missed you. I thought the whole thing went very well and I was glad he made it a (relatively) small event, rooted to his old neighborhood and people, etc. Bill gave a great intro speech, I thought.

We’ll be doing some things for Joe on a volunteer basis, so we’ll probably run into you. If I can help you in any way, just let me know.

by: joanneleon @ Tue Aug 04, 2009 at 18:04:01 PM CDT

indicating Bower’s is just in trial freelance mode similar to the empty desk , phone, and company name ( Sestak’s) on loan to the commissioned minus expenses salesman. (The Astroturf keeps pimping Bowers ActBlue page for credit)

LOL. If this is what they got tho, Specter and Rendell are going to devour these clowns on a fuckin cracker.

Anyway’s let todays bad trip begin.
(A whole Sheet of Blotter recommended)

About That Army Of Laser Mounted Dolphins…
by Joe Sestak
Fri Aug 07, 2009 at 12:25:00 PM PDT

Q. What do you really think of Senator Specter saying you should have registered as a Democrat while you were in the military? Be honest.
A. Maybe he thinks that the military should be more partisan, but like Wesley Clark, Colin Powell, and Stephen Colbert I sure don’t.

Q. Other than Colbert, what have you been up to since your campaign announcement?
A. I have been traveling around the state, taking our message of restoring the American Dream and holding Washington accountable by in Pittsburgh, Johnstown, Harrisburg and Scranton. There have been number of interviews, which you can watch here. As always, I have been handling more constituent requests–5,000 a year–than anyone else in the House of Representatives.

I have also been reading about what people have been saying about the campaign online. There is quite a lot of it:

Americablog, Brendan Calling, BooMan Tribune, Comhradh, Crooks and Liars, Daily Kos, Delaware Liberal, D-Day, Double Speak, Down With Tyranny!, Eschaton, Fact-esque, Hanlon’s Razor, Labor Pains, Lezgetreal, Mole’s Progressive Democrat, Oliver Willis, Open Left, pa2010, Philadelphia Freedom, The Plum Line, The Political Carnival, Progressive Historians, Progressive Peach, Senate Guru, The Seminal, Smith on Politics, and Swing State Project.

Q. What’s coming up next week?
A. The big event is Netroots Nation in Pittsburgh. I will be there, to talk and meet with the netroots community in person. Make sure to send in any questions you would like to ask me (or Senator Specter) to Susie Madrak at Suburban Guerilla.

I have to run for now, but let’s make a habit out of this. You keep asking me questions in the comments and, even after Netroots Nation, I will stop by regularly to answer them. And be sure to my website (JoeSestak.com), Twitter (#Sestak2010) and Facebook page (Joseph Sestak Jr.).

Oh–and contributing to our campaign on Act Blue doesn’t hurt either.


marisacat - 7 August 2009

Since NJ and VA are under control [ahem!], shouldn’t Ob be spreading his joy to PA?

11. Madman in the Marketplace - 7 August 2009

A French Revelation, or The Burning Bush

Incredibly, President George W. Bush told French President Jacques Chirac in early 2003 that Iraq must be invaded to thwart Gog and Magog, the Bible’s satanic agents of the Apocalypse.

Honest. This isn’t a joke. The president of the United States, in a top-secret phone call to a major European ally, asked for French troops to join American soldiers in attacking Iraq as a mission from God.

Now out of office, Chirac recounts that the American leader appealed to their “common faith” (Christianity) and told him: “Gog and Magog are at work in the Middle East…. The biblical prophecies are being fulfilled…. This confrontation is willed by God, who wants to use this conflict to erase his people’s enemies before a New Age begins.”

This bizarre episode occurred while the White House was assembling its “coalition of the willing” to unleash the Iraq invasion. Chirac says he was boggled by Bush’s call and “wondered how someone could be so superficial and fanatical in their beliefs.”

After the 2003 call, the puzzled French leader didn’t comply with Bush’s request. Instead, his staff asked Thomas Romer, a theologian at the University of Lausanne, to analyze the weird appeal. Dr. Romer explained that the Old Testament book of Ezekiel contains two chapters (38 and 39) in which God rages against Gog and Magog, sinister and mysterious forces menacing Israel. Jehovah vows to smite them savagely, to “turn thee back, and put hooks into thy jaws,” and slaughter them ruthlessly. In the New Testament, the mystical book of Revelation envisions Gog and Magog gathering nations for battle, “and fire came down from God out of heaven, and devoured them.”

In 2007, Dr. Romer recounted Bush’s strange behavior in Lausanne University’s review, Allez Savoir. A French-language Swiss newspaper, Le Matin Dimanche, printed a sarcastic account titled: “When President George W. Bush Saw the Prophesies of the Bible Coming to Pass.” France’s La Liberte likewise spoofed it under the headline “A Small Scoop on Bush, Chirac, God, Gog and Magog.” But other news media missed the amazing report.

Subsequently, ex-President Chirac confirmed the nutty event in a long interview with French journalist Jean-Claude Maurice, who tells the tale in his new book, Si Vous le Répétez, Je Démentirai (If You Repeat it, I Will Deny), released in March by the publisher Plon.

Not that it matters.

12. Madman in the Marketplace - 7 August 2009
marisacat - 7 August 2009

here is the text from the WH.gov press briefing for today:


Q There’s a perception among liberal columnists that you failed — you’ve already failed and in selling Medicare reform. You don’t clarify your points, you’re turning the other cheek for everything the opposition is doing. And you seem very weak in your response. What I’m saying is you’re not telling —

MR. GIBBS: Is that a question. (Laughter.)

Q — you have neither clarified your point of view or sold it.

MR. GIBBS: Well, Helen —

Q And you can take one by one: on the euthanasia, on can’t pick your own doctor, can’t have your own surgery.

MR. GIBBS: Well, Helen, I don’t think there’s a start and a finish line to this argument. At least if there is, we haven’t gotten to the finish line. I think that’s why I told these gentlemen that our advice would be to continue talking to your constituents, continuing to talk to them about why it’s important that we get health care and health insurance reform, why it’s important that we deal with things that aren’t —

Q Well, why is the other side gaining so much? There’s going to be a hiatus now where they’re going to have a free reign.

MR. GIBBS: Well, Helen, I think the President’s had a pretty good week. I think if you look back — we’ll take this week

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Thanks for vid and transcripts both.

Gibbs tried to pull a gaslight on Thomas with his intonation of
“Welllll Helen..”

.. before she kneed him quickly in his undescended testicles

Another continuance of the shitty little tricks, all to happily lifted from Bush ,BTW—> this ageism, this calculated, condescending effort to cast her as senile…

The only bit of coaching advise I could offer is
Good Luck against Helen, boys. And Ice down the little peanuts while your at it, too..
No, not down by Little Mr- Happy-Robert.
Check up by your larynx, now , Gibbs.

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Yep. the TRANSCRIPT released by the WhiteHouse
has this
“Well Helen” (“Come now, dear) Bullshit 3X…

Upon review —>it isn’t even reflected on the AV record<–

They're going to lengths in their press op to try and slap her around…to the point of fudging the transcripts with their stock reply to her…. Somebody should make one of those repetive clip shorts that show how Talking Points are parroted again and again.. Pretty obvious with Gibbs reply to her that the substantive answer doesn't matter at all.
The Ob WH Talking Point to ANY Helen Thomas question IS
“Welll Helen…”

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Yep. the TRANSCRIPT released by the WhiteHouse
has this
“Well Helen” (“Come now, dear) Bullshit 3X…

Upon review —>it isn’t even reflected on the AV record<–

They're going to lengths in their press op to try and slap her around…to the point of fudging the transcripts with their stock reply to her…. Somebody should make one of those repetitive clip shorts that show how Talking Points are parroted again and again.. Pretty obvious with Gibbs reply to her that the substantive answer doesn't matter at all.
The Ob WH Talking Point to ANY Helen Thomas question IS
“Welll Helen…”

marisacat - 7 August 2009

I loved how he finished… “we’ll take the week”.

Oh Gibbsy! That is so divine of you! So gallant!

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

I posted another after going over the tape,
the transcript, and what apparently is
the Sole TPM for ANY Helen Thomas question..

13. Madman in the Marketplace - 7 August 2009

Stop Complaining About Right-Wing Protests! The Left Should Be (Re)Learning How It’s Done By Dave Lindorff

OMG! Those protesters showing up at Democratic “town meetings” to promote the president’s health care “reform” program are being bused in from out of town?

Scandal! Que horrible! (Gasp)

But wait! That’s exactly what we on the left always did when we held demonstrations—at least if we could. Who in the trade union movement hasn’t called on fellow workers in other unions to join them in rallies during struggles with an employer, or asked them to join sparse picket-lines? Who hasn’t pulled out the stops trying to get people from other cities to attend a local protest?

Okay, if it were shown that the Republicans were hiring fake protesters to go to those Democratic pep rallies to mess them up, as was done during the 2000 Florida vote recount, there’d be a good investigative story, but from the righteous if ignorant anger that is being expressed by the tea-baggers and anti-government types that I’ve seen in news reports, these seem like legitimate right-wing cranks, who are willing to be rallied to the cause of opposing what they see as a socialist plot. Never mind that you’ve got ignorant numbskulls demanding that Democrats in Congress “Keep your government hands off my Medicare!” or that you’ve got right-wing protesters in their 70’s who are all on Medicare irrationally shouting “Keep government out of health care!” The point is that confused and ignorant or not, these people are willing to make the effort to travel fair distances to make their voices heard, and they’re willing to stand up, shout, and even scuffle for the chance to make their point.

It’s not as if Democrats haven’t gone to great length to fill those same halls with earnest supporters.

The real question is why is the left in the US so goddamned polite and domesticated that these Right Wing cranks look positively rowdy.

Back in the late 1950s and the 1960s, the Civil Rights movement wasn’t polite and domesticated. It brought activists to events in the Deep South all the way from New York and Boston. Its members rallied in the thousands to shut down segregated public and even private institutions. Its activists occupied buildings on university campuses, boldly confronting police and police dogs and armed men in white robes.

In the late 1960s and early 1970s, anti-war protesters in turn shut down recruiting and induction centers, destroyed draft board records, tried to close down Washington, DC, got arrested in the hundreds, incited soldiers to desert and then helped hide them from the law, exposed the 1968 Democratic Convention as a farce, and faced down armed police and soldiers repeatedly, at one point in 1970 closing down the nation’s campuses in a national student strike when soldiers shot and killed four unarmed students at Kent State University.

Years earlier, when workers were being abused, they occupied factories, forcibly shutting them down with sit-down strikes, battled Pinkerton detectives and armed National Guard forces, and set up tent cities in Washington to make themselves heard.

And they won great victories.

Where is that passion today? For the most part, the left, in all its various guises—environmentalists, labor unions, civil rights advocates, health care reform advocates, anti-war activists—have become neutered office-chair potatoes, sending canned emails to their elected representatives or to the White House, occasionally marching politely inside of pre-approved, permitted and police-prescribed routes, and attending sponsored events like the current round of town meetings, perhaps to raise polite objections to aspects of a proposed piece of legislation.

The agenda of the left in today’s America is being written not by uncompromising radicals in the street as in earlier decades of struggle, but by the bought-and-paid Democrats in Washington. The left, such as it is, has become simply a reactive force, trying to make discrete little improvements in the truly horrible legislation—health care “reform,” cap-and-trade, the Employee Not-So-Free Choice Act, continued Iraq and Afghanistan War funding bills–that is being offered by a wholly corrupt Washington in thrall to corporate lobbyists.

We all need to take a lesson from the Right, and from those lusty, cantankerous folks who are raising hell at those pathetic “town meetings.”

How can it be that 10 percent of American workers don’t have a job, and that the government is expecting that number to keep rising for another year or more, or that another 7 percent have either given up even trying to find a job, or have taken part-time work in desperation, and yet we have not had one mass protest in Washington demanding public jobs for the jobless!

How can it be that the country has been mired in two wars now for eight years, and we haven’t had a million people storming the Pentagon to shut it down (or at least levitate it)!

How can it be that we have 49 million Americans who can’t even afford to see a doctor when they’re sick, and we’re talking about a health care “reform” plan that not only won’t fix the problem, but will actually end up costing us all $600 billion over 10 years without solving it! And we just write letters to Congress! Why aren’t we liberating hospitals and opening them up to the uninsured?

How can it be that the ice cap at the North Pole is actually disappearing, and the whole arctic tundra across Canada, Alaska and Siberia is starting to boil with the release of prehistoric methane trapped under now-melting permafrost, threatening the very lives of our grandchildren, and we’re calmly watching as even the Obama administration’s pathetic “cap-and-trade” legislation gets stalled by coal-state Democrats! Why aren’t we on the left lying down on the tracks to block the coal trains, or tearing up those tracks!

Where is the passion and commitment we once had?

It all seems to be on the Right these days.

You know damned well if single payer activists or Code Pink stand up at a Town Hall meeting today, they’re hustled right out of the room.

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

My take is the clown brigades are WELCOME by the Dems.
Gives them cover, shifts the focus off their Collusion, keeps the Dem Base lopping the Donks heads off ,all that OVALTINE (sic) “window” shit – moving expectations FAR right when slop serving Time arrives, and they non-deliver what they were paid to non-deliver in the first place. While the rubes in Obama’s New Dem cult circle the wagons.

I Talked to an old friend today from PA who called me out of the blue…A decent sort but taken in, still.
So how are you? I asked, hoping to avoid the political, really.

“Well I’m doinghealthcare, you know.”

“Oh Really? What?” I thought she was going to tell me she had changed careers in the last 5 years since I talked to her, maybe she was looking for a scoop on jobs, etc…

“Well I’m working on gettting this healthcare done, going to Obama Rallies and meetings with Senator Spector here in PA. We’re going to get this done you know.”

“Oh Fuck!” I instinctively bellowed with a laugh and a “Well Good Luck!” before quickly changing the subject. I’d rather discuss it at Palin’s Church than waste my time on a brain dead Dem, old friend or not. And a Happy to Be Brain Dead Dem at that…

BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

keeps the Dem Base *from* lopping the Donks own heads off

Which reminds me of Kipling and that Old Imperialist’s IF

If you can keep your head about you when others are losing theirs……

And blaming it on the uninsured…OR the Right Wing.
Take your pick. Both are Side shows.

Obama Reverses Stand on Drug Industry Deal

14. marisacat - 7 August 2009

Transparenceeee to a certainteeee

The Obama Administration is asking the Supreme Court to block the public release of detainee abuse photos that were the subject of a high-profile reversal by President Barack Obama earlier this year.

On Friday afternoon, the Justice Department filed a petition with the Supreme Court asking it to overturn an appeals court decision requiring the Pentagon to disclose the photos, which depict alleged abuse of prisoners in U.S. military custody in Iraq and Afghanistan.

“The President of the United States and the Nation’s highest-ranking military officers responsible for ongoing combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan have determined that disclosure by the government of the photographs at issue in this case would pose a significant risk to the lives and physical safety of American military and civilian personnel by inciting violence targeting those personnel,” Solicitor General Elena Kagan wrote.

The photos are being sought by the American Civil Liberties Union as part of a long running Freedom of Information Act lawsuit pertaining to alleged abuse of detainees held abroad by U.S. forces.

Kagan said a federal appeals court misread the law when it concluded that an exemption for records whose disclosure could endanger “any individual” meant the government had to identify the specific person who could be harmed or at least a small group of people.

“The government need not disclose records causing danger to human life and safety merely because the particular victims cannot be identified in advance with a reasonable degree of specificity,” Kagan wrote. “There is no reason to believe that Congress, in enacting [that exemption] placed such a low value on human life and safety as the court of appeals’ decision would indicate in order to promote FOIA’s interest in public disclosure of agency records.” snipwhippy

Bush 2

15. BooHooHooMan - 7 August 2009

Hey, hey, we’re

NEW YORK — The wife of Monkees vocalist Micky Dolenz pleaded guilty Friday to charges that she defrauded a public housing program in New York City.

Authorities in the city’s Department of Investigation said Donna Quinter, 54, illegally received $136,866 in government rental subsidies for an apartment on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.

Quinter surrendered to authorities in New York on Friday morning, then resolved the case in a matter of hours. She wrote out a check to the city for the full $136,866, went before a judge in Manhattan and pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor larceny charge, then received her sentence: five days of community service.

Carry on Monketta.

Fly Free and High! Go Join that… Flying ..New York…
Monkee Squadron in the Sky!

{Acid kickin in again}

Serially thooo – WTF, man?
Who does she think she is? Charlie Rangel?

New York City has a number of programs designed to allow middle class families to pay reduced rents in homes they have occupied for a long period of time.

Fraud, however, is common. In some cases, people hold on to their apartments even after they have moved out of the city, either using them as vacation homes or secretly renting them out.

So someone who rips off a Hundred and Thirty Six grand can cut a check, sail through the courts and get community service. Seems like a primer story , a little sacrificial lamb- eh, Monkee??..for the larger , “inadvertant” “misunderstandings” dogging Charlie Rangel and his crowd of retainers …or for that matter, Schumer, Shelly Silver, and Bloomberg himself with Rabbi Neiderman the Brooklyn Orthodox and their dependencies…talk about an entourage.

Good luck remodeling these joints with Union Carpenters, though.
All the Irish goons fronting the NY Carpenters Union for the Genovese Family just got picked up on a RICO case 10 Years in the making….

Including the now-slammed Treasurer/ Pension Looter Facilitator, Michael Forde, who ramrodded the Union’s endorsement for Bloomberg’s re-election bid. Fucking crickets from Bloomberg on it – LOL- other than saying it was “Sad.” Poor babies, Flying Monkees , Rabbis, and Union Goons over New York and ALL….

As for the Union / Mafia goons ..

Gary Rothman, a lawyer for the district council, said he was reviewing the indictment. “We understand that the charges are serious, but we also believe in the presumption of innocence and we will have a further statement as the situation becomes clearer,” he said in a brief statement.

Hey, hey We’re…….
sooo beyond “When Pigs Fly” when musing about ‘Change”

marisacat - 8 August 2009

well Rangel should be forced to relinquish 3 of the rent controlled apartments he holds in that one bldg in Harlem. One is used as a campaign HQ anyway. Geesh.

Funny about the Dolenz wif… I had not heard of the NYC program.

16. marisacat - 8 August 2009

neue thred…


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