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Resolute… 18 August 2009

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Three little Guinea pigs escape their owner and make a bolt for freedom in Central Park, New York City, before being found and placed back in their little plastic house
Picture: REX FEATURES

That resolute little march of the guinea pigs… I don’t know if they could survive in Central Park, but I was rooting for them.. but then, they were recaptured.

From a gallery at the Telegraph on unexpected animals in the urban landscape..

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1. marisacat - 18 August 2009

hmm I plucked out a snip of this same post from IOZ in the last thread… but here is another snip:

[T]he Road to Serfdom did not run through cozy, consensus-socialist post-war Europe, but through an increasingly Tsarist America, which has succeeded in turning its lower 95% into a legit peasant class through false-credit-ownership residential tenancy and a variety of other financial and political scams, from the Ballot Initiative to the low introductory APR. It is the most genius system of concentrated ownership in the history of human political organization–formerly, a serf at least knew he was a serf.

When “health care reform” means a mandate for purchase of at-minimum high-deductible insurance, or some similar transparent mechanism for moving dollars in the usual direction, everyone will claim victory, mirabile dictu, the righteous victorious, the villains defeated, and the Dr. Ken Melanis of the world still pulling three million a year.

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

serfdom….the rewards of Empire…Odierno… Partitions…

Lets just leave Ray where he is , grant him the Land and authority over the Empire’s Army to administer as he sees fit,
entitle him Fuckus Exponentius, Imperial Governor of Decimatia.

Oh that’s right , we’ve already done that, mere paperwork a bit slow….

marisacat - 18 August 2009

There was a caller the other night to KGO, a former seal now doing private… 14 years in the mil and 7 in private. he said the contract paramilitaries are parked in Kirkuk, other wise it would blow. AND he said we never should have gone in and shouldn’t be there now. The disgust just rolled off the call…

Which made him credible to me.

2. marisacat - 18 August 2009

Tiny Revolution has a look at prosecutions in Argentina for the “Dirty War”… and a look a the flip side. Flip side is the US.

[E]ven if it did take 33 years, these vicious bastards will be spending the rest of their lives looking out through prison bars. Beautiful. Thanks yet again to Latin America for giving us a glimpse of what a civilized society looks like.

For comparison, let’s take a look at how the United States is currently dealing with one of its most infamous at-large criminals, three decades after his worst crimes:

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said in a speech on July 28 to the U.S.-China Business Council that Kissinger has been a close adviser and praised the former secretary of state for his contributions.

“And on a personal note, let me say that since taking this job, I’ve relied on the wise counsel of many of my predecessors, and Secretary Kissinger has been among the most generous and thoughtful with his guidance and advice,” Clinton said.

. . .

3. marisacat - 18 August 2009

From The Note

Bob Herbert is all but giving up: “The public deserves better. The drug companies, the insurance industry and the rest of the corporate high-rollers have their tentacles all over this so-called reform effort, squeezing it for all it’s worth,” he writes in his New York Times column. “Meanwhile, the public — struggling with the worst economic downturn since the 1930s — is looking on with great anxiety and confusion. If the drug companies and the insurance industry are smiling, it can only mean that the public interest is being left behind.” . . .

Chickie baby, he’s YOUR GUY. Take a bow.

4. marisacat - 18 August 2009

:roll:

[A]ll the contemptuous sneers at the media during the Bush years have now come home to roost in the mouth of the man who represents the very person who ran vowing to overturn the mendacity of the Bush administration—and who was elected, in part, because a shamed media rose to protect him.

It doesn’t matter whether a reporter is from ABC News or Fox News, Gibbs will sink to the occasion—he is as antagonistic to the former’s Jake Tapper as to the latter’s Major Garrett. Indeed, one of the most curious results of Gibbs’ Sarcast-athons is to create in both Tapper and Garrett identical facial expression while jousting with the press secretary: somewhere between stony and clenched, their professional pride ready to burst or pounce. . . . snippy

5. marisacat - 18 August 2009

Telegraph

US troops to return to northern Iraq

General Ray Odierno, the US commander in Iraq, plans to quell the rise in violence in the north, despite their withdrawal at the end of June.

By Our Foreign Staff
Published: 12:28PM BST 18 Aug 2009

The move, in order to help prevent civil war between Kurds and Arabs, would be a departure from the security pact that called for Americans to pull back from populated areas on June 30.

The US soldiers would work with Iraqi government forces and local Kurdish troops to secure the largely unguarded villages along the faultline of land disputed between Arabs and Kurds snip

catnip - 18 August 2009

Yes Virginia, this really is going to go on ad infinitum.

6. catnip - 18 August 2009

Love that pic of Hector the duck riding the merry-go-round. :D

marisacat - 18 August 2009

wasn’t that great.. and him grocery shopping iwth his human bud… Also the duck families… mother with 29 in one pic… and think I counted 17 filing past No 10 Downing St.

catnip - 18 August 2009

I was in the pet store last week and they had hamster leashes on sale. A hamster on a leash? Now that would be hilarious.

catnip - 18 August 2009

and him grocery shopping iwth his human bud

He looks like a happy little duck. :)

7. marisacat - 18 August 2009

NOVAKULA IS DEAD.

There is a god. Must be.

catnip - 18 August 2009

The “douchebag of liberty” has left the building.

Now we’re going to have to suffer through his colleagues saying what a wondertastical guy he was – really – somewhere beneath all of that drooling contempt he displayed.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

I should go check The Corner.. they will be in heavy cattolica mourning.

catnip - 18 August 2009

You don’t have to head to The Corner. La voila.

lucid - 18 August 2009

I love how in the comments section, those that dance on the grave don’t do so because he was a craptastical human being who argued for the continued needless suffering of the masses, but rather because he was a ‘traitor’…

catnip - 18 August 2009

One of the Good Things$trade; about being an atheist is that we don’t worry about getting zapped by some “God” if we ‘speak ill of the dead’. (Whether that God is another kossack, some bearded guy up in the sky or yo mamma). If you don’t respect the guy when he’s alive, why pretend to do it once he’d dead? Makes no sense to me.

catnip - 18 August 2009

oops…html cleanup on aisle 4.

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

Isn’t it a fuckin pisser?
Of all the Draft Picks in Pre- Season trading..
the Jews got Sammy Davis and the Catholics got stuck with Novak. LOL.

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

Yeah!
(trying to not be so blabby today, but c’mon Yeah!Yeah!Yeah!)
Get in. the . box, Bob.
On a spiritual note, me Papist kin scored one for the Afterlife. LOL. Soo…
Maybe I’ll send the Family a toaster or a waffle iron for Old Times Sake.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

but won’t the mOrmons be busy with rebaptism?

At the rate they are going we will all end up in their weird afterlife. and I do mean weird.

Madman in the Marketplace - 18 August 2009

I hope he suffered.

8. catnip - 18 August 2009

Arcturus – very interesting piece about Sudan in the last thread. Thanks for that. It’s been a playground for corporate gamblers for so long. Talisman Energy from Calgary was down there paying its dues to the oppressive gov’t for years so it could make oil profits until public protests/pressure finally caused them to leave. Those kinds of companies definitely prefer the cover of secrecy so they can keep on pillaging. Corporate pirates. “Buccaneers” is right.

9. marisacat - 18 August 2009

hmm off the tweet tracker at The Corner…

@jaketapper LATimes finds artist of POTUS/Joker image — and he’s not a conservative>> 8/18 11:49 A.M. – http://bit.ly/ut4bK

@SalenaZito Iraq War protest repeat: Cindy Sheehan heads to Obama Vaca Martha’s Vineyard-wants anti-war demonstrators to mimic health-care protesters 8/18 11:47 A.M. –

@andyroth The odds of Congress passing a gov’t-run health care plan has dropped from 45% to only 15% in 10 days. – 8/18 11:45 A.M. – http://tr.im/wC6Z

@andyroth “60,000 people have quit AARP over health reform” – 8/18 10:50 A.M. – http://tr.im/wC2w

@SalenaZito Separate but equal Clinton day at the White House: Hillary meets with President Obama in the Oval Office, Bill get the situation room. 8/18 10:49 A.M. –

@JoeNBC Buchanan said he considered Dancing With the Stars for a few days before turning it down. Because of Pat’s decision, now we get DeLay!!! 8/18 10:49 A.M. -

10. catnip - 18 August 2009
Madman in the Marketplace - 18 August 2009

Frank was so great through that whole thing, he was a secular prophet.

Madman in the Marketplace - 18 August 2009

I also love his contempt for all of them … it’s all over his face.

11. catnip - 18 August 2009

This is entertaining. :D

12. catnip - 18 August 2009

Here’s another one. lol

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

“Don’t tell me to shut up asshole!” ROTFLMAO! Priceless!!
That’s should be posted everywhere.

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

And these types are the opinion makers.
Unfuckinbelievable.

13. catnip - 18 August 2009

Our boneheaded Con gov’t is at it again:

PMO Iqaluit gaffe draws smiles, frowns

(CP) – 2 hours ago

OTTAWA — An unfortunate blunder by the Prime Minister’s Office has residents of Nunavut alternately chuckling and cringing.

A news release sent out Monday outlined Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s itinerary as he began a five-day tour of the North. The release repeatedly spelled the capital of Nunavut as Iqualuit – rather than Iqaluit.

The extra “u” makes a world of difference in the Inuktitut language.

Iqaluit, properly spelled, means “many fish.”

Spelled with an extra “u,” the Nunavut language commissioner’s office says the word translates as a derogatory reference to “people with unwiped bums.”

Bloggers from Iqaluit were quickly online ridiculing the gaffe – some light-hearted, some angry.

Iqaluit was named capital of Nunavut when the territory was created in 1999.

A news release today from the PMO spells Iqaluit correctly.

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

Oh that’s Funny! You’re one barrel of laughs today!
Still chuckling over Evans and Novak clip, too. Merci beaucoup!

catnip - 18 August 2009

You’re welcome! I’ll be here all week. Try the veal.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

Oh that is hilarious!

14. catnip - 18 August 2009

A few are the leftist version of the teabagger. (22+ / 0-)

Loud, angry, mostly incoherent and believing only the worst of America.

“I’m specificallly allowed to call people names and I don’t have to use profanity to do so because I have a vocabulary unlike some of the morans on this site.”

by Inland on Tue Aug 18, 2009 at 11:26:45 AM MDT

*
* [new] Because self-righteous rage is so much more (13+ / 0-)

satisfying than attempting to imagine a better future.

by Fabienne on Tue Aug 18, 2009 at 11:31:33 AM MDT

o
* [new] That’s really what it is (3+ / 0-)

It’s more of a personal satisfaction thing. People love to predict doom. It’s like sex or something.

Doomer 1: Oh yeah, this is gonna be the worst thing ever. It’s going to be sooo bad.

Doomer 2: Yeah baby, whisper it in my ear. That gets me so hot.

Doomer1: Sick. Your ear is full of wax and stuff. That would be the worst thing ever. I’m not getting my mouth near that, I’ll get a disease and kill off half the planet.

Doomer 2: Oh yeah. That’s hot when you predict doom. Do it more.

Doomer 1: That’s hot baby. I love it when you love my disaster scenarios. Tell me how much you love my rank cynicism. Come on, yeah.

“I refute it thus.”

by otto on Tue Aug 18, 2009 at 12:37:39 PM MDT

Ummm…?? lol

15. catnip - 18 August 2009

ruh roh

OBAMA LEADS OR I LEAVE (1+ / 9-)

Recommended by:
hester
Hidden by:
Collideascope, tomjones, jenesq, roubs, Empower Ink, Hawkjt, glassbeadgame, RoCali, indepenocrat

As I wrote him yesterday (for what it’s worth) going to the Green Party or to no party is exactly what I’m doing if Obama doesn’t get his shit together and start leading on health care and a lot of other issues. So far all he’s done is repeat all of Bill Clinton’s mistakes in his first year in office, beginning with naming Robert Rubin’s boy-toys to clean up the economic mess that they themselves created. I’ve voted for every Democratic candidate for president since Stevenson in 1956, but I’ve fucking had it with voting for well-spoken sold-out cocksuckers in a game that’s rigged from the start.

by bajajazz on Tue Aug 18, 2009 at 11:40:23 AM MDT

(I forgot to add a link to the doom pr0n comment. It’s in the same diary as this one.)

marisacat - 18 August 2009

ooo “cocksucker”

bajajazz is really mad!

lucid - 18 August 2009

Yeah – that one is a no no over there… And ‘cocksucker’ and ‘green party’ in the same comment… Heads must be spinning.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

well if they are spinning it is just to rev up to the exploding part… :lol:

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

Market Update:

Novenas, Panic, and Candlelighting Action UP
in the Obama Orgasm Chapel sector.

Analysts are split between market assessments ranging from
“Cocksuckers Nightmare” to “Shut The Fuck Up” “A-O.K.” and
“Honky Dory”.

Back to you, Walter.

catnip - 18 August 2009

w00t

And in weather news, Hurricane Republicana is due to hit DC packing a wingnut wallop in early September.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

what! No “shuck and jive” ??? No “bamboozled” ????

marisacat - 18 August 2009

Madman jsut pointed this out t me:

I’ve voted for every Democratic candidate for president since Stevenson in 1956,

Could it have taken him longer?

I am pissed that I hung in thru Reagan… when the Dems lay down — and died. Wanted out in ’92 and let a op piece in the NYT by Mike Davis of City of Quartz pull me back in. (And believe me I have hunted for that, I want to read it again.)

More’s the pity. I consider them all WASTED votes. One reason I still manage to be angry. Angry at myself.

Madman in the Marketplace - 18 August 2009

I’ll never forgive myself for talking myself into voting for that fucker Kerry. Or Clinton, for that matter.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

Kerry’s former brother-in-law, Thorne, was just made Amb to Italy. So I suspect he and Teresa will be parking quite a bit in the truly palatial embassy there. With a fully documented art collection.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:USA_Embassy_Rome.jpg

16. marisacat - 18 August 2009

Jake asks 4 questions gets 0 answers.

Transparenceee to a Certaintee.

catnip - 18 August 2009

Gibbs reads Tapper’s blog? He must be a masochist.

17. BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

All’s quiet , all right…

Israel Quietly Halts Settlements Despite Publicly Rebuffing Obama

{AP via HuffPo–}

JERUSALEM — Israel has quietly moved to halt new housing projects in the West Bank, while outwardly rebuffing U.S. pressure to stop construction in its settlements, Israeli government officials, peace activists and settlers said Tuesday.

It isn’t the full settlement freeze the Obama administration has been demanding, but it indicates that Israel is seeking a compromise in what has become a rare public disagreement with the U.S., its most important ally.

The government has issued no new construction permits for months, the officials, activists and settlers said, a rare agreement among elements that are usually bitter enemies – evidence that this is a new policy aimed at defusing the settlement squabble…….

catnip - 18 August 2009

I’m sure Rahm the Token Jew scared them into cooperating. Because he’s like so big and strong and all that. swoon

marisacat - 18 August 2009

so………….. t he two arab families evicted last month (Jerusalem?)will be returned to their homes? Too?

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

- As in All Quiet Along the Western Front…

18. marisacat - 18 August 2009

Full text from Politico’s “44″ Whiteboard…

Mary Frances Berry, Professor of American Social Thought and History, U. Penn.:

With the right and left objecting, pundits might think Obama is in a mess on health care reform. But by his standards, he is on the way to success. He expects to receive a bill he can sign even if it includes only expanded coverage and a few regulations, acceptable to the insurance industry with no public option or significant cost controls. He can go happily on vacation, believing that with his amiable capacity for concessions Republicans cannot stop legislation in the Senate and some may even vote with Democrats. In the House, liberals- a.k.a. progressives- will, in the end, go along so the Democratic Party can claim a legislative victory.

What this tells us about Obama’s leadership style is what we already know from failed campaign promises, including transparency in decision-making and the repudiation of No Child Left behind. Except for his visceral reaction to the Henry Louis Gates episode, which he quickly took back, the President has no strong policy convictions or bottom line. In other words, elected as a new kind of leader, who would change Washington’s ways, so far he is just another politician- and a highly successful one.

He expects to receive a bill he can sign even if it includes only expanded coverage and a few regulations, acceptable to the insurance industry with no public option or significant cost controls.

which is all the Dems ever planned on doing. The big part was mandated coverage with penalties, IMO.

I think the ”successful” part, going forward at least, is still in the jury room.

The American people buy shit for so called health care reform, buy shit about the wars.. buy shit for transparency… etc., and you can just turn the lights off.

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

I was treated to a nice word salad today by a friend who is “doing Healthcare” , (e-mailing and rally attendence between soccer practices and PB and J making) …talking about “knocking down the bullshit and disinformation in the media” that “there has been no change on the public option” , (I agree! 1 for 2 , gettin better!) “Obama is behind it 100%! (Nope!)
“Sebelius made a mistake” (Nope!)
“it’s all media driven” ( WhatEv! ) …
.Talkin bout havin a “Mass Rally to get the Power and to Make Them….” in September…

Whoa. Whoa. Wait a minute (me)…
Majorities on the Hill and control of the White House now, no?
The President ..Special Session, no? Why the vaca?

Her up > But that’s the thing!
It’s the media and the Political climate needs to change and can’t when there’s media .gzt .rally… pshnt bullshit.. gotta deconstruct poof! then take the power see…brzt!

marisacat - 18 August 2009

he is such a prize. our pretzel.

19. BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

Welp. This is a surprise!
Pushback against Christie. ( I Still think Corzine’s toast)
Here’s the rundown…

So the Rove emails released recently ( pushed by Menendez) as part of the “ongoing investigation” -( fuckin on the slab until Corzine crumped in the polls) – anyways- one noted Rove and Christie talked ,,,wherein.. a future Christie run for NJ Gov was “discussed”…

Proof ! BRRRREAKING ! Proof! says Corzine …that Politics has entered the DOJ!

Well, that story has bounced off with little effect on last weeks polls, ( + 11 Christie), since ‘Rovian” - to the long suffering souls in New Jersey at least – is a commonly known synonym for “Lightweight” , ‘Amateur” , and “He Who Doesn’t Own His Own Organ Refrigeration, Car Crushing, And Body Disposal Facility”.

BUT there’s this OTHER story .

Herr und Frau Christie loaned a staffer 46 grand…taking a mortgage on the lawyers house..HE Say that she (the DOJ lawyer in the USA NJ office) and her husband were in a bind after her hub lost his sales job…Christie and his wife had the dough so loaned them money and are being repaid $499.22 a month…yada, yada, pocket money yada…

BUT! Not so fast! says Corzine! The Financial Propriety Candidate!

Tax Records show he didn’t declare the interest as income!
And the Loan wasn’t on his campaign filing!

So!
ALMOST the sourest grape in Jersey had this to say about it:
D’oh! And so close!

Hey I loathe Corzine but score one for Governor Goldman Sachs on this… Maybe Christie is taking the dive. Under no illusions here either, the Parties collude and Both are corrupt.

But isn’t it time we elect a New Corrupt @sshole?
God forbid we actually vote GREEN or SOCIALIST.
You know, a genuinely Responsible alternative to the Donklephant Shyster Establishment for a change…

But hold on to your hat..if you think I’m sour
check this guy…..

Posted by hrpufnstuff on 08/18/09 at 2:29PM

I don’t care if he murders my family.
Anyone running against Corzine has my vote.

What does it mean? I DON”T KNOW! Maybe Christie has the Reformed Mafia Family Serial Killer Vote Sewn Up!

BUT! According to the NYT …Marra, (a Dem) was asked about the interoffice loan and through a spokesman said it was disclosed to staff when Christie was USA NJ.

BUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
( Nothing actually – just a jumpy Pavlovian Response)
We got dead operatives tied to Menendez , Charlie Rangel, and Schumer.
We got kidneys for sale. WITH complimentary Handbag!
We got 5 murders a night in Newark.
But The Dems got this, by diddly. And hey , all props when they’re due…Christie’s DumDeDumDum Dumb response is funny tho
(in bold)

ANYWAYS!!! Here’s the Times!

Mr. Christie said top officials in the office, who work closely together, “all knew it” when Ms. Brown’s husband lost his job and ran up credit card debt. Mr. Christie said he and his wife offered Ms. Brown their help, and she accepted.

The loan, which was recorded Oct. 22, 2007, with the Morris County clerk, carried a 5.5 percent yearly interest rate, with monthly payments of $499.22 over 10 years; Mr. Christie said he received a $500 check every month. He said that he charged interest because he thought it was “important to have an arms-length transaction,” and that he and Ms. Brown agreed upon a rate that seemed fair.

Yet when it came time to report his income on his taxes and financial disclosures, he said, he did not think of the loan as an investment.

“I never thought of that as an asset that was giving me income,” he said. “So that’s why it’s not there.”

Ms. Brown was promoted to executive assistant in early 2008. She was promoted to first assistant shortly after Mr. Christie resigned.

Mr. Christie stressed that his interest income from the loan was minimal: $420 in 2007, and $2,400 in 2008. He also said that while his office has prosecuted people for tax evasion and for filing incomplete financial disclosures, it did so only when those actions were purposeful and typically when they were connected to a more serious crime.

Mr. Christie said others in the “front office” including Ralph J. Marra Jr., now the acting United States attorney, knew of the loan; a spokesman for Mr. Marra confirmed that. But Mr. Christie did not disclose the loan to his superiors at the Justice Department, a campaign aide said Tuesday.

AND IF YOU READ NOW!

Acting U.S. Attorney Ralph Marra faces internal ethics probe
by The Associated Press
Tuesday August 18, 2009, 5:12 PM

WASHINGTON — The top federal prosecutor in New Jersey is facing an internal ethics investigation over public comments that may have helped his ex-boss’ campaign for governor, law enforcement officials told The Associated Press today.

The DOJ has opened an Ethics Investigation into Marra after the NJ Busts! Who’da thunk it? Politics, Intrigue, and Abuse at the DOJ!
But By Who? Or, more precisely…. Who’s NOT?!??!?

wowwa

20. marisacat - 18 August 2009

Don’t split a gut laughing… Robert Reich is calling for a March On Washington for the Public Option.
:lol:

21. Madman in the Marketplace - 18 August 2009
22. catnip - 18 August 2009

Faux spine alert!

Democrats Seem Set to Go Alone on a Health Bill

“Seem” being the operative word.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

might maybe … but DIDN’T. And WON’T

catnip - 18 August 2009

But the champagne corks are popping at the Big Orange Trial Balloon so it MUST be true!

23. BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

Drudge is pushing this everybody else is on it too

Man says he sold kidney in U.S. for $20k

New York recipient says he was near death when Israeli man answered ad

Mt Sinai Med Ctr in NY has a lot of questions to answer..
As does Dr. Daniel Herron.

The transplant was done at Mount Sinai Medical Center, and some of its doctors appear on Rosen’s video. One doctor says, “There are a lot of very important kind of life-or-death issues that we need to discuss.” The doctor pauses. “And honestly I don’t think we can have a really …”

The doctor gestures with his hand until Rosen says, “You want me to put this down?” The camera goes off.

Mount Sinai officials refuse to discuss the case and details of their kidney donor screening process. Dr. Daniel Herron, a surgeon who appears to be on Rosen’s video, said he was aware of the video but that he could not talk without checking with the Mount Sinai press office. The next day, the press office said Herron was away and not available for an interview.

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

Oh c’mon Doc..you can finish…

“There are a lot of very important kind of life-or-death issues that we need to discuss.” The doctor pauses. “And honestly I don’t think we can have a really …”

a really…..Big problem IF….?

If What Doc? If you get caught?

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

160 Grand for the Kidney. 20 G’s for the Donor
140 thousand went into the Jewish Gangsters Account …
to be “schmeared” across Israel and their network in New York.

Heartwarming , er, kidneywarming story.

People died as a result of their corrupting the wait lists..
I hope they absolutely destroy the Surgeons and the regional coordination teams involved. Who Knew? Fuckin Eat Me. Same shit with the Madoff network. These sorts are menace to Society, a disgrace to their dead ancestors, a stain on Humanity….They should be rooted out without any regard to the shopworn charge of Anti Semitism..

24. BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

Frankly , now that I see the Organ Ring story reaching Mt Sinai Med Center with names and faces attached …the NJ Governors Race is going to be the PR battleground to discredit the whole takedown…

If Marra is smart he better start pushing back publicly that the Obama’s DOJ Brass is trying to scuttle his case or they’ll eat him alive…
Make no mistake it’s Lanny Breuer initiating this. And in some ways I think the NY Jew Crew panicked and really fucked up by quickly dealing an ethics investigation against Marra, the prosecutor. It really isn’t about Christie IMO. It’s about discrediting the takedown of the Rabbis.

As for the NJ electoral consequences I think if they keep pushing this The Marra Aspersions it only reinforces the massive scale of the D corruption arrests. I think it will backfire on Corzine, the Dems, and on Obama. Idiots. It’s going to depress turnout much more among Dems that it is with the R…And if they are running death by a thousand little paper cuts on Christie, it’ll reek of WEAK. It should help them on down ticket erosion tho…

marisacat - 18 August 2009

it always seemed to me, at a distance, that Corzine was shoe horned in… the vaunted Jersey machine. I watched his debate with I-forget-his-name-now, who challenged him for the seat, first go round… Corzine pulled his usual, that irritated the hell out of me when he was in the senate, a doe in front of the shot guns. Cannot look into a camera’s red light. WTF?? And he sweated thru out the debate. NOt metaphorically… Who’d he kill in life that he is always so guilty acting? The R stayed cool and smiled.

Gauling… but machine squish and he is in. I don’t see hwo he makes it this time, but maybe I am jsuthopeful…
:roll:

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

He plied them with cash 60+ million for his Senate bid//
A whole lotta boats. jet skis, and bar tabs were paid off that year.

He spent $62,802,999 on his campaign, the most expensive Senate campaign in US history – over $35 million of this was spent on the primary election alone, where he ran against former Governor James Florio.

LOL.. Florio, a Critter then Guv, then tried comeback in Senate Primary against Corzine in2000 ..Florio’s a real stand up whore, (quick tids on his m.o. in a section of Florios WiKi there)

but was reduced in the 2000 Senate primary to calling his colleagues CHEAP whores .. Whining on during the Primaries that the Party was being Bought…By Somebody ELSE! ( He ran the reformers scam his whole asshole career) …The only thing that WASN”T wasn’t plentiful that year in Jersey? Popcorn.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

yeah I remember that… did it set a record?

We famously had Mr Arianna Huffington (nee Michael, LOL) who tried it with 25 + million and failed.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

yeah I remember Florio… a classic Jersey swamp creature. Or whatever that sort is normally called….
8O

marisacat - 18 August 2009

the most expensive Senate campaign in US history – over $35 million of this was spent on the primary election alone, where he ran against former Governor James Florio.

I see it DID set a record. Gah.

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

And THAT’s what WAS reported. Party Bosses , Union Goons were swimming in cash. Trips comp’d to the casino’s , suites gratis “Corzine’s people” , chips drawn for play or to cash in and take home.

Right out of the Godfather, except Moe Green’s people bought out the Corleones. Nice Italian name for the running, too.

25. catnip - 18 August 2009
marisacat - 18 August 2009

Just a tiny snip from the catnip site… not enough to give it away…

Zombiegeddon – coming soon to a town hall near you.

Oh, wait…

BooHooHooMan - 18 August 2009

My question is whatd’ya do with the zombie decapitated heads?
First off, are they re-saleable? Is there an aftermarket?
And if not..what is the environmental and public health liability?
Lord knows if ya have to deal with THAT, every fulkin
Zombie Hugger Group on the planet is going to come after ya…….
…Like Zombies..

I’m out, prolly for a terrifying night’s sleep. Thank’s ALOT, catnip.
Grrr. ~Canadians!

catnip - 18 August 2009

I’m sure the organ-loving Jews in your neck of the woods could find a market for them.

26. catnip - 18 August 2009

Afghanistan’s version of STFU: Refrain from reporting violent incidents

Because if no one reports that shit is blowing up then, as we all know, it really isn’t blowing up.

marisacat - 18 August 2009

I moved your link forward…………….
;)

27. marisacat - 18 August 2009

gnu thred…

LINK

…. 8O ………..


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