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I’m a Nazi, you’re a Nazi… we’re all Nazis now. Or, we are not… 10 August 2009

Posted by marisacat in 2010 Mid Terms, 2012 Re Election, WAR!.

“Der Fuehrer’s Face” hit the theaters in 1943 and won the Oscar for best animated short film the same year. It was far from the only propaganda piece that Walt Disney’s studios released. In addition to Donald, Mickey Mouse, Bambi and even Pluto became standard elements in the American war machine. [Spiegel.de]

Right on schedule, as the Dems flail on schedule, Spiegel has a post up on the Disney War Machine.  Cartoon characters fighting back against Hitler… Disney artists designing insignia for the war effort.

There, Donald toils away screwing war munitions together on a factory assembly line with soldiers looking on. He has to shout “Heil Hitler!” in time with his work, and his hands whirl faster and faster until he goes insane. Then the duck wakes up from his dream and discovers that he is actually lying in a soft bed and wearing pajamas patterned off the American flag. “Oh boy, am I glad to be a citizen of the United States of America!” he cries. The movie ends with a tomato landing on Hitler’s face.

I’d be weeping if the health schlamola were anything but a huge fucking SNAFU FUBAR.

Situation Normal All Fucked Up :: Fucked Up Beyond All Repair.

During World War II, Disney’s provided some political education for Americans at home — and for soldiers on the front, too. “Education for Death: The Making of the Nazi” appeared in movie theaters in 1943. The tone of the movie was serious, and it didn’t feature the likes of Donald Duck or Mickey Mouse. Instead, it used impressive images to describe how children in Nazi Germany were raised to hate and to participate in the war effort — and how little blonde Hans’ only purpose in life was to die on the front.

By then, Disney was everywhere — and always closely involved with the military. Starting in 1942, Walt Disney’s artists designed insignia for American troop units. There was a mosquito riding a torpedo for the Navy’s new torpedo boats, a bellicose crow from “Dumbo” for bombing squadrons, and a turtle with a broom for minesweepers.

Graphic artists who had only recently been drawing Bambi and Snow White now switched to designing emblems for tanks, bombers and ships. Likewise, many soldiers and airmen decorated their tanks and fighters themselves with Mickeys, Donalds and Plutos. These were symbols of the American way of life, of freedom and democracy, of everything that was at stake. “Mickey Mouse” is even said to have been a password used by the Allied forces on D-Day.

Make that FUBAR into a paste and smash it all over Obama, Nancy, Hoyer, The Emanuel Family (someone run them out of town!  Please!), and the rest of the motley, shit faced drunk with power crew that thinks it can sell the lunatic concept it can do anything.

Other than launder money, I mean.

Likewise, in “Daffy: The Commando,” Daffy Duck skyrockets to Germany as a human cannonball, only to hit Hitler on the head with a wooden mallet. And in “Scrap Happy Daffy,” Adolf Hitler chews his way through a carpet in anger because Daffy had collected such an enormous pile of scrap metal.

“Blitz Wolf,” a short by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, features a big bad wolf (sporting a Hitler mustache) unsuccessfully trying to vanquish three little (American) pigs. The movie begins with a “Foreword” reading: “The Wolf in this photoplay is NOT fictitious. Any similarity between this Wolf and that (*!!*//–%) jerk Hitler is purely intentional!” At the end of the film, the defeated “Adolf Wolf” finds himself in hell.

If only we could get out of the cartoon.



1. marisacat - 10 August 2009

Moving this forward from the last thread…


Wow. What’s the deal here with the threat of an internal strike at Teamster’s National Headquarters?

???- –> No – YOU put the punk in the trunk.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

Moving thsi too, from BHHM, from last thread (come into the light BHHMan, move forward to the new thread… 😉 )


Submitted on 2009/08/10 at 3:43pm

They’d have to, was discussed .. if, as the extrapolated assessment goes, like “The Producers” or in “The Candidate” they actually were a hit, and might actually WIN the damn thing.

The idea would be to yank all those native PA / first time field vols right out from under the Boyos and their party hacks…The Mother and filles were very very dug in with Pa for Obama and OFA ….well known throughout all the lists in state.. So…while they Boyos are chatting and snipping away at each other, capitalize on genuine roots discontent, get the 2000 signatures and build a state wide field team …

Take the whole “BE the Change” mantra and throw it on its head.

There is also an opportunity in the significant discontent in PA…Both Billpayer and State Worker outrage at ALL Pols , still very much there, still brewing under the Bosses and Blog Boyos noses as PA has not passed a budget, State Workers were shorted on pay two checks ago and are now into the third payday without any $$$$.

The next obvious question is what to do when Specter and Sestak reach accommodation…which they will and Joe will bow out with statewide name recognition waiting for Arlen to DIE.

There is a definite opening tho. All the women Party Apparatchiks have begged off ….
the thinking is that it won’t be a problem to make a stir but when that point would be reached Rendell would get (Rep) Allyson Schwartz or someone with equal draw to split Emily list support, then lay down for Arlen…

The question under discussion now is what do you do when Rendell’s political goon squad reaches out and says:
“Whatdya want to drop out?”

2. marisacat - 10 August 2009

btw, this is the USA Today Opinion piece from Nana and Steny that has the water roiling.

Other news, News report non plussed when caller from Maui is not scared of Felicia OR a tsunami…lookin’ for a little rain and some waves. 😆

AND they are tweeting from the Invertigo ride in Great America. Democracy is saved! Assign a color to the tweets! Advise Sully!

3. Madman in the Marketplace - 10 August 2009

the natives are restless: 4 needles a day Mr President and Rahm tells me to back off?

The fight for me is personal. I have a thirteen year old daughter. When she was nine we learned she was a type 1 diabetic. Five years of pin pricks, of needle stabs and of counting carbs. At times not being able to share cake and ice cream at the birthday parties of friends. Five years of monthly disagreements with our insurance company over the numbers of needles, test strips. Last month I went to pick up her supplies and saw a note attached to a bag. “The insurance company will only allow four needles a day.”

Managing diabetes is about preventing future complications and a greater expense. My daughter’s Doctor had prescribed six needles per day. Each needle represents a meal, a snack or a correction. In effect the insurance company was saying to her you may eat four times a day. Or, eat three and correct once. Well her Doctor believes in more and smaller meals. Tell me Mr. President who stands between her and her Doctor? Who has a concern for preventive care and maintenance? Why do I have to have this conversation month after month? Why does my policy increase nearly ten percent a year and some times more?

Mr. President, the Republicans are winning the message war. The Democrats in Congress and the Senate have largely been silent. They seem to have no bone for the good fight. The Republicans have no qualms about putting forward lies. Perhaps it’s time to trust the base who fought for your election rather than allowing Rahm Emanuel to minimize them in favor of his blue dogs.

Until you tell me Mr. President what I am supporting I can not support you. I will not invest my energies to be taken for granted and dismissed or told to back off. I will not invest my energies in supporting bad legislation. I will support a strong public option. A platform you campaigned on.

Sincerely and respectfully yours,

I sympathise, but he wasn’t paying attention.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

IMO the R have won. Past tense. What a shock.

Over at Mouthpiece Central TPM there was a post by Kurtz (today, it is on the FP) asking why there are not more front line docs and nurses speaking up, the activists, family care and ER docs.

Here is one response he got back, from a physician reader:

TPM Reader EW:

Great question! I can tell you in a very anecdotal way about my own experience and the experience of my colleagues. It is in no way scientific, but is more of a survey. I too have noticed a distinct lack of interest in the health care debate. I will not speak for my colleagues, but instead try to explain my own indifference.

1) I have no idea what they are talking about. As with the effort in ’93, it has started off in a wonky, complex, and unintelligible mass of incomprehensible double speak. And that is before the Republicans have even further muddied the waters.

2) I don’t really believe it is going to happen.

3) Most of us believe that the healthcare system is horribly broken and on the way to ruin, but that the only real and effective way to fix the system is with a single-payer or similar model.

4) This follows closely from #3, but if you ask most doctors to give you an honest assessment of the biggest problem with healthcare these days, most would not mention the uninsured (or at least not directly). Most of us would say that the single biggest issue is incentives. …

So you see, we are not being quiet because we are lazy or otherwise not interested. We are just dubious that this thing is going to happen and even more so that it will happen effectively. …

4. Madman in the Marketplace - 10 August 2009
5. Madman in the Marketplace - 10 August 2009
marisacat - 10 August 2009

Isn’t he a UK citizen? The land of horrible waiting times. A nd all.

Madman in the Marketplace - 10 August 2009

yup, he is.

6. marisacat - 10 August 2009

HA hahahaha… Perrin

[I]t seems that only the craziest wings of American reaction maintain some kind of political memory, however fractured and bizarre. I’ve been thinking of the Birchers while watching the Birther bullshit and right-wing meltdowns at what supposedly pass for town hall meetings. I haven’t spoken to them in over a year, yet I’m certain that they are in the thick of this insanity. It touches on many of their key manias. It’s probably their best bet to grab a sliver of pseudo-mainstream attention, and being Americans, that’s what it’s all about.

This wave of so-called populist tumult against Obama’s “socialism” merely strengthens the status quo. Right-wing money and media help fuel this charade from below, but there are plenty of willing actors eager to play their roles. What alternative do they have, given their utter lack of political power? Meanwhile, liberals continue to moan about Obama’s performance, with Frank Rich asking “Is Obama Punking Us?” …snip

Memo to Frank Rich… honey you done been punk’d. Consider yourself punk’d.

Now off to bed. No dinner.

CSTAR - 10 August 2009

I had a neighbor once that sold cars. According to him, they’re called sleepers.

When they wake up, it’s too late.

7. Madman in the Marketplace - 10 August 2009
8. marisacat - 10 August 2009

The vaunted network. The summer of the great unravel.

[I]n Farmington, Mo., Obama backer Craig Hartel wonders why the movement has balked at pressuring centrist Democrats who are wavering on whether to support a public health insurance option that would compete with private insurers.

In Chester, Va., Beth Kimbriel often volunteers 40 hours a week to persuade locals to support Obama. But with critics of the healthcare plan so prominently grabbing headlines and spreading what she calls misinformation, Kimbriel finds that “it’s difficult to be believed” when she lays out the president’s position. [she is “wondering” too! –Mcat]

And in Cary, N.C., Murray Silverstone, inspired by the election and eager to pitch in on the healthcare fight, wonders why staffers didn’t arrive in his area and begin trying to reconstruct the campaign system until five weeks ago.

“It wasn’t clear to us why there was such a delay,” said Silverstone, an astronomer who fits in volunteer work amid his research and college teaching. snip

9. marisacat - 10 August 2009

Stop the Presses!

Matt Damon is working to feed ”every hungry child in America”. WIth (what else!) a new foundation called OneXOne. And it looks and sounds suspiciously Bono-esque. It’s ”all about giving and not taking”…. 😆

AND he works in his love for Obama. (Can’t Obama just send him a rubber dick made from a plaster cast and Damon could go off, happy?)

Here a nazi there a nazi.. under every cabbage leaf a cabbage patch nazi doll. Wind them up, they all sound a like.

Post Faustian bargain.

10. NYCO - 10 August 2009
marisacat - 10 August 2009

These paintings by Dan Lacey, also known as The Painter of Pancakes, shows his portrayal of the president of the United States in a series of unique paintings.

I see the artist also paints pancakes.

Sooo appropriate!

moiv - 10 August 2009

I think he really must have a thing for root vegetables, along with unicorns and … mmm … other things — because I’d swear that thingy in Michelle’s hand is a carrot. I was sure of it after I spotted Hugh Laurie, who also appeared in the Blackadder episode featuring the turnip shaped like a thingy.

Very deep.

BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

LMAO! 😆 😆 😆

That was Great!

BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

Speaking of Krauts….
THEY……… ARE Krauts don’t you know…
Given the whole lottta Krauty Krautheimer-esque coverage today
making the rounds ..

I think this one is a move by OUR little Yorkies in the UK
to either help Merkel in backpedalling , OR isolate her Government from demanding answers of Lichtenstein and Switzerland, not to mention Germany’s own private banking dynasties….Nobody wants to really poke into secret banking…

UK seeks tax deal on secret accounts
Offer to limit penalties on Liechtenstein investments

By Vanessa Houlder
Published: August 10 2009 23:30

About 5,000 British investors with an estimated £2bn to £3bn in secret Liechtenstein bank accounts will be asked to come clean under ******a ground-breaking deal to be signed on Tuesday.*******

No big deal , really.

HM Revenue & Customs wants to prise open the accounts by offering investors the chance to volunteer details of their deposits in return for limited penalties.

IMO this deal the Brits are working is clearly in reaction to Germany’s deal with Lichtenstein however weak it ALSO is…

Liechtenstein agrees to share tax information with Germany

By Chris Bryant in Berlin
Published: July 10 2009 23:17

Liechtenstein agreed to exchange tax information with Germany on Friday as it moved to restore relations damaged by a dispute over its bank secrecy laws.

Weak…Because Germany and Lichtenstein’s deal begins NEXT Year, and subject to ratification..So methinks Merkel is grabbing at straws for some quick domestic political munching:::

Vaduz said the agreement conformed to tax standards set out by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development and would come into effect from the 2010 tax year, subject to ratification.

Well, all I can say is SOME SOMEBODIES is be trying to isolate Merkel and the Germans in the Global Credit War. They’re KRAUTS, doncha know. LOL
And like the Americans – who (LOOK at US) are ALL ALSO KRAUTS- LOL (given the BLITZKRIEG of KRAUT ON KRAUT “violence” in the town hall stagecraft ) ..which also serves to stoke up Anti KRAUTISM …LOL.

I mean, the UK and the US are indeed Broke..
And Germany is close.
God forbid Neo-Kraut Germany, those Gerry come latelys ,
presses their nose into all that Global Bank Cabbage…
and carnage…perhaps even answering that age old question of Where’s the Beef?

So what does Merkel have to worry about in the Credit War other than Global Media barrage about Kraut this and Kraut that?
Well Kraut-on-Kraut Kraut-i-ness.

Merkel faulted on banking supervision

By Chris Bryant in Berlin

Published: August 10 2009 18:58

Guido Westerwelle, leader of Germany’s opposition Free Democrats, criticised the government of Angela Merkel, chancellor, on Monday for advocating tighter financial regulation on the international stage but failing to tackle banking supervision at home.

This journo Bryant of the FT BTW is a one man Kraut-wrecking-ball…
On somebody’s payroll in this press op to have the Germans tow the US UK Israeli line wrt to Bank Havens and power money laundering ..

And Gunter Guido WhatTheFuhker– why doesn’t THAT Kraut
just say it when dissing Merkel. She’s a BAD KRAUT!.
“for advocating tighter financial regulation on the international stage “. PERIOD. ..

(Gunter’s “Good Kraut” Free Marketeers MISDIRECTION notwithstanding, his appeal for regulation at home…
Yeh – in a GLOBAL MArketplace that ALL banking Krauts have been lauding for years…)

Mr Westerwelle, whose free-market FDP hopes to form a government with Ms Merkel’s Christian Democrats after a general election in September, complained that Berlin had done “nothing” to tackle Germany’s fragmented banking supervision, almost a year after the collapse of Lehman Brothers. “Those who want good European and global banking supervision should at least be able to do their homework in Germany,” he said.

catnip - 10 August 2009

Unusual Paintings of Obama Naked with Unicorns

Well, we all need therapy. Now don’t we?

(And I’d like to know what the hell Hugh Laurie is doing there too…)

11. CSTAR - 10 August 2009

Blitz Wolf? Um may I me so presumptuous as to ask .. Nah.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

I thought that one was hilarious… it is in the line up of old cartoons they have at Spiegel.

What a hoot!

12. BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009
BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

There’s the story…
and the story behind the story…

Gov. Corzine shuffles campaign staff,
bringing in two high-powered political strategists

Fighting to erase a double-digit deficit against Republican Chris Christie, Gov. Jon Corzine has brought two high-powered political strategists into his campaign and is overhauling his message to voters as he enters the final 90 days of an already heated race.

Trailing by as much as 14 points in some polls, the governor has hired Democratic strategist Bill Maer, who has served as a senior political advisor to several major Democrats, and has asked Jamie Fox, a veteran Democratic operative, to take a more active role.

B Team retainers for campaign liquidation.
Salvage what districts you can in the State Assembly and Senate

Both are regarded as hard-edged backroom fighters accustomed to tough campaigns.

No one is impressed. As staff flees.

While the inner circle of the campaign staff remains intact, more staff changes are on the way, according to several top Democrats familiar with the plans.

Frankly I think they’re bracing for more Top Donk arrests before Election Day.

But I need to editorialize here in bold a bit.

“We’re adding strength to a team that I believe is already strong, ” Corzine said …via the tiny mouth and nostril portals in the full body cast he has taken to wearing of late..….”The goal is not to diminish, it is to enhance.”

Oh it gives me the giggles.
While everyone else is running for cover…
and lying their tone deaf asses off… No No-
No anatomical conflict as their earicles are up their ani-cles,
though to their chagrin —> the Obama Celeb con FAILED them, and now has them doggy …
…and holding on to their ank-ickles…

LIE away fellas, er- that is ,
the fellas who aren’t about to get picked up..

The changes come amid mounting concern among Democrats in New Jersey and at the White House that the race, one of just two governor’s elections this fall, could slip away from Corzine. President Obama’s political team has been voicing concern to Corzine about his campaign since the spring, according to the Democratic sources, who asked not to be named because they were discussing internal strategy.


And this move? TEH STUPIDLY

To help engage voters in his Democratic base, Corzine has also decided to shift from personality-based attack ads against Christie to more side-by-side comparisons of where the Democrat and Republican stand on the issues, the sources said.

Hand them the club. And hope for pity.

And as for this…-well — how do you say it???
it’s sooo…sooo… West Wing
The Plague Episode, if there ever was one…

Fox is a lean, heavy-smoking politics junkie who has been top advisor to some of the state’s most embattled and controversial politicians. He was chief of staff to former Gov. James E. McGreevey and top aide to former U.S. Sen. Robert Torricelli. He also was a senior advisor in Obama’s Florida operation during the presidential campaign.

Fox, who has had an informal role with the campaign since it started, will keep his job at a Manhattan lobbying and public relations firm and will serve as an unpaid advisor to Corzine.

You know, you can say this is either hubris or insanity, the disconnect.
But really …it is all there is underneath…It only really reveals itself
so nakedly in something like this, in the aftermath of a wholly discredited Bush, or Corzine on unmistakable warthog display–
the corrupt reality so readily apparent to the rank and file —
— the balloon blower upperers long, long gone….

“I’ve always thought Jamie had a fine political mind, so we were talking to him privately. Now, he will be more active in that process,” Corzine said. “He is going to retain his role in the private sector as he goes forward, but he will be very much intimately involved in the campaign.”

Fox has declined to comment.Top Democrats praised Corzine for taking stock of the campaign landscape and making decisions early enough to mount a comeback.

So Take away the gullible and the obligatory, low-level patronage workers…And That’s all there is.
These hacks and horse thieves behind the scenes.

But Menendez’ lethargic tone is already funereal,
despite verbally going through the motions…
He’s prolly grateful actually that the spotlight isn’t focused on HIM.
(for the time being)

“Every campaign has a moment when it decides what it has and what it needs in terms of human capital and whether it needs to change,” U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) said. “I’m glad he made a decision sooner rather than later.”

If you dare, oggle this lounge lizard, Ray Lesniak.(pic)
In full Party Patch for carbunkles mode.

State Sen. Raymond Lesniak, the Union County Democratic boss who often confers with Corzine, said he was glad to see the governor recognize “that he needed more involvement of experienced political leadership in the campaign.”

“If Corzine corrals the traditional Democratic voters, he wins,” Lesniak said. “There’s plenty of time to get that done, but it has to start now and it’s going to start now.”

Sure, Ray.

Despite two months of heavy-rotation television advertisements and a visit by Obama, Corzine has not made up enough ground in the polls to satisfy Democratic leaders in Washington and New Jersey.

It’s too late now no matter what they say.
Too late for Corzine to drop out.
Too late to turn it around.
Short of Corzine personally apprehending Bin Laden he is going to lose some stunning Deep Blue districts in North Jersey , and – LOL -prolly engineered in Party Preservation tactics by the “Leadership” council they purport is rallying around him….

But Corzine allies believe he can recover by engaging registered Democrats — who outnumber registered Republicans by about 700,000 voters — through aggressive get-out-the-vote operations and a new advertising approach based on issues including abortion and gun control.

NO. They’re gone…LONG Gone. That Campaign was LAST year….
and every cycle before that. And given that the Dem and Indy vote beyond the Machine grasp has already moved on…Codey’s people, people who are survivors and too slick to be stung, will cull the Dem herd of some vulnerable back benchers in North and Central Jersey and present them , effectively , as a bandwagon dowry for the GOP…

marisacat - 10 August 2009

oh can’t he just adopt a red white and blue sunrise logo, bleat OBAHMA over and over and hypnotise the rubes and boobs and slide back in?

Waaaaaaa why not? Waaaaaaaaa.

BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009
marisacat - 10 August 2009

and, it seems, drove it into the ground. I wonder what prompted the investigation, becasue it sure seems the board was in cahoots or too fuckign dumb to know… since they want to pay the thieving pastor MORE money (82k vs 55k).

Conway said that suggested salary does not reflect the current financial state of the church. In 2000, the church brought in nearly $400,000 in contributions. The projected 2009 contribution income is significantly lower at $72,024, according to the report.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

Don’t miss it!

Welcome to Randolph Christian Church. Where Faith is a journey and not a guilt trip. A Place where people connect, families grow and lives are transformed. A place to renew hope and rebuild dreams. A place to begin again. because Everybody in life deserves a 2nd chance.
Thanks for giving us a Chance to Connect with you.


Pastors Eric and Marianne Simons

I went to the church website. http://www.randolphchristianchurch.org/ Knowing it would be riot. I have spent a disgusting amount of time at black church sites over the past couple of years. and it has been an education. You can’t ban this shit (and why would you want to, best if these people, religionists of all colors and stripes, are indoors A LOT) but it sure should be taxed to death.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

No this is white fundie… I have been to so many black churches where the wife is a senior or co pastor.. I assumed.

13. marisacat - 10 August 2009

The Republicans have been waiting a while. Can’t believe the Dems did not see it coming. But they sure spooned in bed with the R over this one.

From 4 years ago… Instapundit popped it up tonight:

[S]en. Robert Byrd, for example, says George Bush reminds him of Hermann Goering, thus forfeiting much of his heralded reputation for political seriousness. There are many strong reasons for opposing the president, but connecting him to Goering is not one of them.

The Rev. Andrew Greeley, a Chicagoan with three careers (Catholic priest, sociologist, soft-porn novelist), depicts Bush as a demagogic Hitler figure who has carried America over to “the dark side.” George Soros, the eccentric billionaire Bush-hater, says Bush’s rhetoric reminds him of the Third Reich. Last week Al Gore, in a speech denouncing Bush, used the term “Brownshirts” (i.e., Nazi street thugs) to refer to Republican computer teams who respond to criticisms of the president and the war in Iraq.

One hallmark of the new mainstream Hitler rhetoric is that the speakers typically try to soften the accusation right after making it. Greeley said, “He is not another Hitler. Yet there is a certain parallelism.” [Federal appeals court judge] Calabresi said he was “not suggesting for a moment that Bush is Hitler.” No, course not. That was probably the furthest thing from his mind when he decided to link Bush with Hitler. In his heyday, Joe McCarthy used the same rhetorical device. If he wanted to plant the idea that someone was a traitor without quite saying it, he would announce that somebody or other “is a traitor to America’s highest principles,” which is not exactly an accusation of treason. … snip

14. marisacat - 10 August 2009

Asia TImes

[A]s it happens, we have our suicide bombers too. “We” are the powerful, developed countries, the ones with an overriding concern for individual liberties and individual lives. “We” form a moral archipelago that encompasses the United States, Europe, Israel, present-day Japan and occasionally Russia.

Whether in real war stories or inspiring vignettes served up in fiction and movies, our lore is full of heroes who sacrifice themselves for motherland, democracy, or simply their band of brothers. Admittedly, these men weren’t expecting 72 virgins in paradise and they didn’t make film records of their last moments, but our suicidal heroes generally have received just as much praise and recognition as “their” martyrs.

The scholarly work on suicide bombers is large and growing. Most of these studies focus on why those other people do such terrible things, sometimes against their own compatriots but mainly against us. According to the popular view, Shi’ite or Tamil or Chechen suicide martyrs have a fundamentally different attitude toward life and death.

If, however, we have our own rich tradition of suicide bombers – and our own unfortunate tendency to kill civilians in our military campaigns – how different can these attitudes really be? snip

15. catnip - 10 August 2009

Leave Obama alone!

Really. He/she should have just made a video.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

“Final defense” ?????????

Tell that poor sod of a diarist he/ObRama is JUST GETTING STARTED.

wow they just get STUPIDER over there. Stupidly stupid.

👿 Typical white people.

The whole hting is hilarious when you tilt the lens and cut out the suffering he causes.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

oh brother.

So this is goodbye from me. At least for a while. I wish you all the best and i’ll pray for Obama’s safety every day, because i’ve seen first hand how tragic can be the end of a visionary and forward-looking leader, when right wing lunatics decide to eliminate him and the left leaves him all alone.

catnip - 10 August 2009

Yup. Support Obamalama or you’ve killed him.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

Daily prayer circles or you killed him.

OTK, On The Knees is the position.

BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

And its an obvious ASTROTURFER too…
User ID 207973
Campaign cash crunch?
Budget cutbacks at some Blog Boyo consultancy?
Sorry but NOBODY is this retarded…

Ted Kennedy: The cause of my life
by blackwaterdog
Sat Jul 18, 2009 at 02:26:33 PM PDT

There’s a terrific

No time now that your suckling Sestak’s kitty nipples?

There’s a terrific (long) column in Newsweek written by Ted Kennedy, talking about the health care fight and his personal battle with cancer.

video: Obama in a rave mood
by blackwaterdog
Thu Jul 16, 2009 at 03:21:31 PM PDT

The president is in New Jersey today, giving a hand to governor Jon Corzine. Facing a crowd of 17,000 people, Obama stormed back to a campaign mode and clearly released some serious steam that been probably built over the past few months.
I always thought that with all of his coolness and calmness, there’s a serious fire inside this man.

Some Bowser Wowser, that’s for sure….

Video: When Obama hates Republicans
by blackwaterdog
Wed Jul 29, 2009 at 11:18:14 AM PDT

It doesn’t happen nearly often enough, but once in a while we get to see how frustrated and resentful Obama really is towards the Bush administration. Like today, at the townhall in North Carolina. And, he said (that’s not in the clip) that HCR will cost less than the war in Iraq – Something i waited for him to say for a long time.

He also laughed at Newsweek declaration that “The recession is over”. How many presidents would do that, instead of using such headline for their own public relation?

And the Kos Kiddies actually donate to these charlatans who are paid to MOLLIFY them. And 1000 or so are going to travel to soot stained Pittsburgh in a Heat and Humidity wave in August that will make taking a steam bath with the incontinent seem breezy.

marisacat - 10 August 2009

taking a steam bath with the incontinent seem breezy.

olfactory imagery!

BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

One of my few literary abilities!

BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

I must say tho,
no less a lesser than than Meteor Blades recognized the talent…
said MB of scribe “Bowel Movement Man” LOL.
Thing is he was the old dude in the shower.

CSTAR - 10 August 2009

Left? There’s no left left.

BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

Done got up and went.

BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

And the Mothetrfucker’s been posting FOR THE GRAND TOTAL OF
three weeks.

Who knew? The Blog Boyos are now working on
Three Week Supply O’ Kibble Contracts!
Or it some unpaid shtup “Intern” with Obama for America…

The amazing power of Barack Obama
by blackwaterdog
Wed Jun 17, 2009 at 01:33:31 PM PDT

There’s a real anti-Obama vibe around here this week, so i thought i’ll use my first diary ever,

to talk about one

(of quite a few, in my opinion)

truly incredible achievement of his first 5 months as president of the United States.


BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

Sorry Sorry! 7 Weeks! LOL

marisacat - 10 August 2009

think you are right about the turfering.

16. marisacat - 10 August 2009

Burma’s pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi found guilty of violating secuirty law and sentenced to 18 more months under house arrest.

For more details: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news

17. BooHooHooMan - 10 August 2009

And always the militaristic bullshit in the Astroturf…

Facing a crowd of 17,000 people, Obama stormed back…

I can remember LMAO at a Delaware Dem comment from ..IIRC…
the Vegas Neutered Roots Warner Orgy of Chocalate Flowing Goo…

I am on the Ground” in Las Vegas or some such…

Jeezis. I’d have one of those Naked Obama with Unicorns pics reproduced as a mural on the front of my house before I could put up with that level of assholery for a minute….

So Happy Change Hope Faith Charity
and Love Pray Goodness Vacuous Nice.
Good Night. And God Bless our Anti War cough/hackle/

18. marisacat - 10 August 2009

Pauvre petit Marshall. In a steel bubble.

The health care debate is now being driven by a perverse nonsense feedback loop in which the Palin/Limbaugh crowd says all sorts of completely insane lies, gets a lot of … how shall we put it, impressionable people totally jacked up over a bunch of complete nonsense, and then Fox brings one of them, Mike Sola, on the air to basically lose his mind on camera.

Gladney, the black who says he was beaten (I have not looked at the vids of the meeting) by “union thugs” at a Carnahan meeting is also, iirc, claiming that god knows who came to HIS house in the middle of the night.

Don’t know if anyone has seen the vid of Dingell… a woman yelling at him she watns to be assured the costs of helath care will not be deducted from her pay chekc.

he shrugs and LOOKS AWAY.

The Dems only job is to lie down and die… and reveal over and over how they hate people… anyone but themselves.

19. marisacat - 10 August 2009

oh I went and looked at Dkos… after reading Obama lover turf diary.

My god the place gets worse and worse. The whole “deather” thing…

Pauvre petite McJoan appears surprised that Durbin is caving on public option.

They have nothing to sell, but a list of tired Rahm finds from a few years ago.

Good bye…………………

20. marisacat - 10 August 2009

Bonfire Vanities… via one more useless post at TPMDC… where they do nothing but track gibberdrool.

The NRCC also targets Rep. Baron Hill (D-IN), who told the Washington Post: “What I don’t want to do is create an opportunity for the people who are political terrorists to blow up the meeting and not try to answer thoughtful questions.”

Hell why WOULDN’T they target him. He displayed a bare flank. He stuck himself and let the blood flow.. waited for the scent of the blood to carry on the air.

Someone should put the so called Democratic Party out of its misery.

21. marisacat - 11 August 2009

just a thread…


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