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Maybe he can apply for the job of cygnet? 11 June 2010

Posted by marisacat in 2012 Re Election, Culture of Death, DC Politics, Inconvenient Voice of the Voter, Lie Down Fall Down Dems, The Battle for New Orleans.

Learning to swim can be a tiring task and for these cygnets their aquatic activity was just that, but luckily their mother was there to help.

The doting swan was teaching her youngsters the art of pond-gliding but let them jump on her back at the end of the lesson. [David Crump – Daily Mailarticle]


Gotta love it, from Ezra.  Lecturing (!) that any pretzel is weak: 

Weaker than weak.  Weakest.  A weakling.  Weak weakling!  A mere lackey of the transnationals!   (To be fair to the work product, Ezra is not that concise about the presidency, no matter whose ass sits in the Oval)

I think, reading Ezra (and more than a few others) that Ob had best make like a baby and apply for a spot on a mother swan’s back.  If any will have him, that is.  There likely is an International Federation of the Feathered. And he might get hectored and pecked. Bloodied.  Clawed.  I could go on… the imagery is satisfying, at the least.

Ezra…. or as I refer to him, Little Ezra, used to in the primaries and the GE quite literally lace up Ob’s shoes, daily.  With his tongue.  Much of what he wrote was god awful and appalling. It’s hard to think of anyone traveling so low to the ground.  Ezra though seems very comfy and at home down there..

All those pundits, from Little Ezra to the nattering, chattering, tongues dragging on the ground  Jonathan Alter, Richard Wolffe and others, thought they had decades of work ahead, decoding Ob. They would be Reagan’s Lou Cannon. Ford’s Walter deFrank… It’s a long list and a 30 or 40 year job…

I’d say there has been a horrible swift justice.  Historic, if not unprecedented, failure.  Decoding what will be painted as a great tragedy (for Ob, of course) is still a job … so cheer up fellas.

I am sorry the living breathing beauty, the creatures and the working people of [the first] 5 states will pay the price… and so will the rest of us.

[T]he next day, April 24th, Landry told reporters that leaks had been discovered in the riser pipe and estimated the flow at 1,000 barrels a day. “This is a very serious spill,” she said. Over the next five days, the administration took significant steps to deal with the spill, but the effort fell far short of what was needed to tackle a crisis that BP was already privately estimating could be as catastrophic as 14,000 barrels a day. …

The president himself was occupied elsewhere. After returning from his vacation, Obama spent Monday, April 26th palling around with Derek Jeter and the New York Yankees, congratulating them on their World Series victory. He later took time to chat with the president of Honduras. When he put in a call to Gov. Haley Barbour of Mississippi, it was to talk about tornadoes that had caused damage in that state, with only a brief mention of the oil spill. On Tuesday the 27th, Obama visited a wind-turbine plant in Iowa. Wednesday the 28th, he toured a biofuels refinery in Missouri and talked up financial reform in Quincy, Illinois. He didn’t mention the oil spill or the Gulf.

That evening, administration officials received news that – to judge from their subsequent response – scared the shit out of them. … After he was briefed that evening, Obama told his deputies to contact the Pentagon. … It had taken a full week after Deepwater Horizon exploded for the government to become fully engaged – a critical lapse that allowed the crisis to spiral out of control.  […]

He’s so very busy.  The WH has now released clips of him sitting with fishermen on his last drop-in, talking about how he can’t do it all himself.  He can’t go down there and ”suck up the oil with a straw”.

Who hands him these bad, terrible, self-indicting lines that are instant jokes? 

Maybe Ob could start by firing whoever that is.  Start small.  Work up.




1. Heather-Rose Ryan - 11 June 2010

By that evening, the White House was gearing up for an urgent response. The president convened an emergency meeting in the Oval Office with Adm. Thad Allen, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and top White House deputies Rahm Emanuel, Carol Browner and Larry Summers.

LARRY SUMMERS?? Ugh. What a “brain trust”.

marisacat - 11 June 2010

Team of Numskulls.

2. marisacat - 11 June 2010

Oh I don’t know, I’d say the chumps in charge did just that:

— New York City Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg (I) said the world should not rush to point fingers at BP.

“The guy that runs BP didn’t exactly go down there and blow up the well,” Bloomberg said on his weekly radio show.

Madman in the Marketplace - 12 June 2010

ah, the beauty of setting up a complicated series of legal “persons” to shield actual persons from responsibility.

matie - 12 June 2010

…ah, he must own some stock.

Incredible how much money BP has been making on “our” wars.

3. marisacat - 11 June 2010

I am slowly working my way thru the RS article… (linked in the post above, just above the long snip)

“Employees describe being in Interior – not just MMS, but the other agencies – as the third Bush term,” says Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which represents federal whistle-blowers. “They’re working for the same managers who are implementing the same policies. Why would you expect a different result?” …

And this… within hours of the explosion, on a whiteboard at the NOAA HQ…

“Estm: 64k – 110k bbls/Day.” The equivalent of up to three Exxon Valdez spills gushing into the Gulf of Mexico every week.

Damningly, the whiteboard also documents the disconnect between what the government suspected to be the magnitude of the disaster and the far lower estimates it was feeding to the public.

Written below the federal estimate are the words, “300,000 gal/day reported on CNN.” Appearing on the network that same day on a video feed from the Gulf, Coast Guard Rear Adm. Mary Landry insisted that the government had no figure. “We do not have an estimate of the amount of crude emanating from the wellhead,” she said.

Later in the video, a voice on speakerphone with a heavy Southern accent reveals that government scientists were concerned from the very beginning about underwater plumes of oil – a reality that NOAA administrator Jane Lubchenco and BP executives are still seeking to downplay. “They weren’t sure how that oil was going to react once it was spilled,” the voice says. “Whether it was going to rise, or form layers and start twisting around.” The government, in short, knew from the start that surface measurements of the oil slick – on which it would premise its absurdly low estimate of 5,000 barrels a day – were likely to be unreliable. ….

History won’t be kind.

Heather-Rose Ryan - 11 June 2010

That article is, in a word, damning.

Hard to believe Obama could have been so out of touch, or his aides so stupid and callous. But clearly that’s what happened. And is still happening.

marisacat - 12 June 2010

I think he quickly got into the Meet and Greet routine. No heavy lifting, none. Pathetic really.

marisacat - 12 June 2010

but then I thought he was a mealy mouthed bullshitter in the run up to election…

matie - 12 June 2010

I wonder what effect all the spills have on weather. Ocean retaining heat, or what.

Did you heard about the financial meltdown in Japan. We are falling like dominos.

4. catnip - 11 June 2010
marisacat - 12 June 2010

I don’t think the WH even sent anyone to it…

5. catnip - 11 June 2010

MSNBC’s Dylan Ratigan had a good interview with Daniel Ellsberg on Friday about the Wikileaks/Manning/video leak case. Worth checking out.

catnip - 11 June 2010

Ellsberg said he believed that Assange’s life is in danger (courtesy of the US government). More here and here.

In 17 months in office, President Obama has already outdone every previous president in pursuing leak prosecutions. His administration has taken actions that might have provoked sharp political criticism for his predecessor, George W. Bush, who was often in public fights with the press.

diane - 12 June 2010

One thing I got from doing a search on Lamo, and spending a bit of time at Lamo’s Wiki site, including the “Discussion,” and “View History,” (which was heavily revised at the same time (June 7th) the “story” broke) pages, was that it’s likely hard to determine the truth out of much of what Lamo declares. Assange wholeheartedly denied having received the 260,000 classified messages the last I read.

6. marisacat - 12 June 2010

Snicker, more from RS… They got rid of Brice-O’Hara pretty quick, at least removed her from public view, after this blooper of a reveal…

The White House press office organized a show of overwhelming force, with Gibbs convening Browner, Napolitano, Deputy Interior Secretary David Hayes, EPA chief Lisa Jackson and Coast Guard Rear Adm. Sally Brice-O’Hara for a single press conference on April 29th. Though clearly meant to signal engagement, the all-star crew didn’t have their message straight.

When Brice-O’Hara praised “the professionalism of our partner, BP,” Napolitano quickly barked, “They are not our partner! They are not our partner!”

For her part, Napolitano revealed that she didn’t know whether the Defense Department possessed any assets that could help contain the spill, and referred vaguely to “whatever methodologies” BP was using to seal the well.

This is what Peter Principle people look and act like…. Full on fuck ups by now.

7. marisacat - 12 June 2010


[A]s the greatest environmental catastrophe in U.S. history has played out on Obama’s watch, the environmental movement has essentially given him a pass — all but refusing to unleash any vocal criticism against the president even as the public has grown more frustrated by Obama’s performance.

About a dozen environmental groups took out a full page ad in the Washington Post Tuesday – not to fault Obama over the ecological catastrophe but to thank him for putting on hold an Alaska drilling project. “We deeply appreciate your decision. . .,” the ad says to Obama.

“President Obama is the best environmental president we’ve had since Teddy Roosevelt,” Sierra Club chairman Carl Pope told the Bangor Daily News last week. “He obviously did not take the crisis in the Minerals Management Service adequately seriously, that’s clear. But his agencies have done a phenomenally good job.”

Some say there’s little doubt that if a spill like the one in the Gulf took place on former President George W. Bush’s watch, environmental groups would have unleashed an unsparing fury on the Republican in the White House. For their liberal ally, Obama, they seem willing to hold their tongues.

“These guys have bet the farm on this administration,” said Ted Nordhaus, chairman of an environmental think tank, the Breakthrough Institute. “There has been a real hesitancy to criticize this administration out of a sense that they’re kind of the only game in town…..These guys are so beholden to this administration to move their agenda that I think they’re unwilling to criticize them.”

Wow.. not surprising, the non-profits being riddled with collaboration and corporate money, BP being a large contributor to universities and to naturalist/environmental orgs, etc…

GOOD LUCK… what fails NEXT?

Read more: link to Politico

Madman in the Marketplace - 12 June 2010

I remember when the Sierra Club used to actually stand up for stuff … a long time ago.


marisacat - 12 June 2010

All been bought off.. like the anti war groups…

diane - 12 June 2010

…what fails NEXT?

If it’s the Atlantis rig the Gulf is truly doomed, that part of the Rolling Stone article was the most frightening to me. You’d think that would have been the content of the $Environmentalist Groups WAPO ad.

I wonder if there’s a dirty secret that that rig is impossible to shut down also.

marisacat - 12 June 2010

Bits and pieces of th history of another BP rig in the Gulf, Thunder Horse, have come out over the past weeks… It nearly blew in 2003 iirc, but the BOP worked… and in one of the big hurricanes, it was blown half over, but did not break or explode….

I’ve also read that TH has disappointed in its yield. Part of the horribleness of this mess is that the rig that exploded apparently sat on a huge find.

On and on it goes…

8. BooHooHooMan - 12 June 2010

One of the Mossad hitters wanted in the Dubai assassination of al-Mabhouh was ARRESTED…..Uhm, IN POLAND .
HaHa! WAY TO LISTEN TO HELEN, Motherfucker! 😆

An alleged Mossad spy from Israel wanted in connection with the hit-squad slaying of a Hamas agent in Dubai has been arrested in Poland, officials said Saturday.

FILE -in this March 24, 2010 file photo a Palestinian youth walks out of a store covered with posters of of assassinated Mahmoud al-Mabhouh, one of the founders of Hamas military wing, near his family house in Beit Lahiya, northern Gaza Strip.

A spokesman for Germany’s federal prosecutor’s office says Polish authorities have arrested an alleged Mossad agent who is wanted in connection with the slaying of the Hamas leader in Dubai. He told The Associated Press on Saturday, June 12, 2010, that Germany is now seeking extradition of Uri Brodsky, who is suspected of working for a foreign spy agency in Germany and having facilitated the issuing of a German passport to one of the members of the Mossad’s hit squad that was allegedly behind the killing of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in January. (AP Photo/Adel Hana, File)

The man, using the name Uri Brodsky, is suspected of working for Mossad in Germany and helping to issue a fake German passport to a member of the Mossad operation that allegedly killed Hamas agent Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai in January, a spokesman for the German federal prosecutor’s office told The Associated Press.

Brodsky was arrested in early June upon his arrival in Poland because of a European arrest warrant issued by Germany which is now seeking his extradition, the spokesman said, declining to be named in line with department policy.

The spokesman had no estimate of how long it could take for Brodsky to be extradited from Poland to Germany, saying “the matter is now in the hands of the Polish authorities.” If Brodsky agrees, the extradition could take a few days, but that isn’t likely, the spokesman said.

Yea Poland!
Germany has a marker on the guy too. Of course, Obbie and his handlers are falling all over themselves to rebut Bill Odious Kristol’s whispers that Ob supported an independent investigation of the Gaza Relief workers massacre at sea.No No!
No Independent Commission!
Obbie and his
Zionist Jew crew say.
Ya know ~ this coming from the Transparency™ Administration.
Transparently mobbed up with Zionist Jews and white collar criminals, that is.

BooHooHooMan - 12 June 2010

See if ya can get yourself some pierogis, Uri.
Maybe a takeout box.

marisacat - 12 June 2010

Remember .. by now a couple of years ago, when the UK Independent ran a front page story tat Tzipi Livni had been a member of 4 person assassination teams that had worked in Europe?

Never never see anything like that here. Nto even remotely like that.

Ah well…

9. marisacat - 12 June 2010


–NBC’s ‘Meet the Press’: White House Senior Adviser David Axelrod; U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina (R-CA) and Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL); roundtable with historian Doris Kearns Goodwin, POLITICO’s Roger Simon and NBC’s Chuck Todd

–ABC’s ‘This Week’: House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) and House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-OH); Microsoft Chairman and co-founder Bill Gates; roundtable with ABC’s George Will, Democratic strategist Donna Brazile, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich and former Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA)

–CBS’s ‘Face the Nation’: U.S. Coast Guard National Incident Commander Admiral Thad Allen; Gov. Charlie Crist (I-FL); Gov. Haley Barbour (R-MS); Gov. Bob Riley (R-AL)

‘Fox News Sunday’: U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina (R-CA); U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Susan Rice; roundtable with Fox’s Brit Hume, NPR’s Mara Liasson; The Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol and NPR’s Juan Williams; ‘Power Player of the Week’: Global Health Corps’ Barbara Bush (daughter of former President George W. Bush)

–CNN’s ‘State of the Union’: Gov. Bob Riley (R-AL); Rep. Mike Pence (R-IN) and Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC); roundtable with The Economist’s Greg Ip and American Action Network’s Douglas Holtz-Eakin

–C-SPAN: ‘Newsmakers‘ (10am ET / 6pm ET Sunday): Rep. Spencer Bachus (R-AL), questioned by the Washington Post’s Brady Dennis and The Hill’s Silla Brush … ‘The Communicators’ (6:30pm ET Saturday): USTelecom.org President and CEO Walter McCormick and Computer and Communications Industry Association Vice President Catherine Sloan … ‘Q&A’ (8pm ET & 11pm ET Sunday): Alex Gibney, Writer and Director of ‘Casino Jack and the United States of Money.’

10. marisacat - 12 June 2010


[S]tate meteorologist Amy Godsey said a prevailing Gulf of Mexico current known as “The Loop” has begun to reattach itself to a more northerly “Loop Ring” that has kept the bulk of spilled oil from working its way into the Straits of Florida.

Oceanographers say it now seems likely that oil from the spill will enter the Straits. If that occurred, oil would be carried by the Gulf Stream along Florida’s heavily populated Atlantic coast and then further up the U.S. eastern seaboard, they say.

11. marisacat - 12 June 2010

hmm Considering he RS article indictaed the “pause” has affected all of 33 rigs in the Gulf, less than one percent of what is out there… allof this rhetoric [both sides] seems high blown.

BP is to refuse to pay wages for hundreds of thousands of US oil rig workers and their suppliers, leading to a further unprecedented clash with the Obama administration.

Financial Mail understands that BP will ignore an instruction from US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar to support oil riggers and their suppliers who have been thrown out of work by Washington’s decision to halt all deep sea drilling temporarily. ….

….But company insiders say it will not pay for the consequences of a decision taken by Obama. ‘Enough is enough,’ said a source.

Senior executives are fed up with the campaign of vilification launched by the President, who has suggested that chief executive Tony Hayward should be sacked.

And what I have seen of Dudley, he is nto going to fare much better than Hayward. Seems a formless dolt.

Meanwhile, BP is set to step up its political lobbying and will remove Hayward from the US media’s line of fire. After facing a grilling in Congress last week, he is expected to fly back to London shortly.

Bob Dudley, an American who built a reputation for handling conflict as the former boss of BP’s Russian arm, will become the face of the company in the US.

Read more: Daily Mail

marisacat - 12 June 2010



[M]eanwhile, Gulf states affected by the disaster are putting the squeeze on BP, seeking to protect their interests amid talk of the possibility that BP may eventually file for bankruptcy.

The attorney general in Florida and the state treasurer in Louisiana want BP to put a total of $7.5 billion in escrow accounts to compensate the states and their residents for damages now and in the future. Alabama doesn’t plan to take such action, while Mississippi and Texas haven’t said what they will do.

As of the end of March, BP had only $6.8 billion in cash and cash equivalents available.

12. catnip - 12 June 2010

This really is pathetic: admin to BP – you have 48 hours to speed up the clean up efforts


Or…what? They’ll get another sternly-worded letter?

marisacat - 12 June 2010

testy terse tense… take your pick… I read a local report, South Louisiana TV, that locals just rolled their eyes when they heard that whopper.

13. marisacat - 12 June 2010

hmm This is tucked away neat the bottom of a report that LA is making plans in event of BP declaring bankruptcy

BP is self-insured, and analysts have said the company has enough money to pay for the growing calamity without putting the company at risk of bankruptcy. But that has not allayed investor fears, and the company’s stock has been sinking since the April 20 explosion of the Deepwater Horizon that started the spill.

I’d worry f they are truly self insured at all… or just finance payouts as needed, figuring it is cheaper over all.

Wouldn’;t work in this mess, I don’t think…

14. marisacat - 12 June 2010


Saudi Arabia has conducted tests to stand down its air defences to enable Israeli jets to make a bombing raid on Iran’s nuclear facilities, The Times can reveal.

In the week that the UN Security Council imposed a new round of sanctions on Tehran, defence sources in the Gulf say that Riyadh has agreed to allow Israel to use a narrow corridor of its airspace in the north of the country to shorten the distance for a bombing run on Iran.

To ensure the Israeli bombers pass unmolested, Riyadh has carried out tests to make certain its own jets are not scrambled and missile defence systems not activated. Once the Israelis are through, the kingdom’s air defences will return to full alert.

“The Saudis have given their permission for the Israelis to pass over and they will look the other way,” said a US defence source in the area. “They have already done tests to make sure their own jets aren’t scrambled and no one gets shot down. This has all been done with the agreement of the [US] State Department.”

Sources in Saudi Arabia say it is common knowledge within defence circles in the kingdom that an arrangement is in place if Israel decides to launch the raid. Despite the tension between the two governments, they share a mutual loathing of the regime in Tehran and a common fear of Iran’s nuclear ambitions. “We all know this. We will let them [the Israelis] through and see nothing,” said one. ….

15. marisacat - 12 June 2010

It’s in the inland waterways, the Florida intracoastal.

Down in the comments there is a link to a HuffPo article that indicates BP workers may be destroying injured and oiled animals that “would count against them”. I know the living and dead are counted (indexed, phtoographed, oil from their bodies tested, etc.,) and there are costs for both that accrue to BP… anyway, too painful to read.

Madman in the Marketplace - 12 June 2010

it just gets worse.

16. Madman in the Marketplace - 12 June 2010


But, well, uh, I mean, I guess there are still plenty of schmoes who can’t figure out that the good cop and the bad cop are on the same fucking team.

17. BooHooHooMan - 12 June 2010

L00K – it’s a Whore-Off! No weight class restrictions!

Steve McMahon — ass
by kos
Sat Jun 12, 2010 at 02:16:04 PM PDT

Every time the Democratic consultant Steve McMahon comes up, I always mention that he’s the biggest asshole I’ve ever met in politics (and I’ve actually met Joe Lieberman). I met the asshole during my brief stint consulting for the Dean presidential campaign, and it was clear from the first second I interacted with him that he was a sleazy fuck.

People inevitably ask, “what makes him an asshole?” I’ve generally avoided an answer. Yeah, there’s a backstory, but it’s not that exciting. Yeah, there are rumors about his whorishness, but I don’t have the wherewithal to investigate them. I don’t need confirmation of his assholishmess, because his very essence oozes shit.

And while that may not be strong evidence backing my disgust for the guy, this is:

[BP] declined to say how much it is spending on the [advertising] effort. It has suspended all of its regular corporate advertising, and is using its ad budget to address the oil spill and the resulting environmental crisis. Last year, BP shelled out almost $100 million on ad time and space in the U.S., according to an ad-tracking unit of WPP PLC.

BP bypassed its longtime ad agency, WPP’s Ogilvy & Mather, to create the new television ads, enlisting Purple Strategies, a Washington public-affairs firm that is owned by Republican strategist Alex Castellanos and Democratic consultant Steve McMahon, according to a person familiar with the matter.

I rest my case.

This coming from a tight little ass peddler who takes
advertising money from Chevron. Which explains alot.
Needing the site traffic over such tiffs , too.

Then again,
Maybe Markos is feeling the heat of Neutered Poodle Roots Nation tickets being scalped on the cheap.

Cheap Netroots Nation Registration for Sale

Curious (1+ / 0-)

What does it include? I couldn’t find that info when looking into registering.

Hotel? included?

Or is this the price to be able to attend the conference, etc.

OK, I am dense these days.

by War on Error on Sat Jun 12, 2010 at 03:27:44 PM PDT

Just the event. (5+ / 0-)

Your share of site rental, staff who put it together, some costs for some of the speakers, and so on. Accomodations are separate. Generally, there’s some meals provided along the way – nothing grand: box lunches for some plenary sessions. Gets you admission to various sponsored events, too.

by Land of Enchantment on Sat Jun 12, 2010 at 03:47:33 PM PDT

Sad. The chocolate fondue flowing fountains that might have been.
(Back to Vegas again. In August. After what he said about Harry.)
LOL. Oil ’em up men! Pink Everlasts for EVERYONE!

Now watch ’em fight over MONEY. And BLAME.

BooHooHooMan - 12 June 2010

And Say ‘ello to BP, mate!

Tell us what you’re doing
by Meteor Blades
Sat Jun 12, 2010 at 03:19:33 PM PDT

I’m gone for the next two weeks visiting my grandchildren in England and taking a peek at Edinburgh, the heart of my wife’s ancestral origins. So even though I won’t see the immediate results, if there are any, I’ve got a recommendation for diarists and commenters….{Snippee- 0!}

Blah Bla BlaH – Get INVOLVED™ – See Ya! Off to England! 😆

I encourage everyone to tell us what action you’re doing in the flesh-and-blood world. I’ll tell you what I am doing when I get back from the UK.

* Meteor Blades’s diary :: ::


marisacat - 12 June 2010

I noticed that RCP makes use of his posts at Dkos for their [cough choke] ‘Best of the Blogs” section.

[gasping for air]

BooHooHooMan - 12 June 2010

They also use Bow Wow Wowsers at Open Left.
So “open” the Right Wing slips it right in.
As for that fraud, Tim Lange, he gets coin from Markos who gets it from Chevron and the DNC. McMahon is just a more *well heeled* sort. Of course we know all that.
LOL. I’d just like to see an MSNBC screen graphic:
“THIS Cocksucker Sponsored by:_____”
They’re All lubed up with oil, bankster, and defense offerings.

Speaking of the various paid political cocksuckers and England, it reminds of that old saw, the punchline being, in this case Why Sir, We’ve established what you ARE, now I’m only negotiating price.

I figure they’re looking to put a little hustle together with some Kumbaya/ Share the Burden Enviro slobber for a little industry cash.
Try and scoop a little coin from the Industry’s PR money if not trying to horn in on McMahons hustle. Some hustle on the margins, it’s what they do, and Lange is an old hand at it. 50, a 100 grand to quit chirping and sing a little happy song.
I’m still astounded that they seem to get over.
Maybe they’ll sniff up Carvilles ass to work his angle.
And there’s always an angle.
Like BP rivals. Like Chevron et al.

Anyways, FWIW, the comment thread on MAMZ’s call out of McMahan has some people fucking with the boychick over Chevron.

marisacat - 12 June 2010

I always thought the boyos at Dkos WANTED to be like McMahon… and Chris Lahane, the other big bur under their saddles.

matie - 12 June 2010

Sounds like a commercial for the Brits, way to go MB.

BooHooHooMan - 12 June 2010

Yeh it whiffs of some angle to me…my tuppence anyways.

18. marisacat - 13 June 2010



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