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Denial 9 September 2010

Posted by marisacat in Divertissements, Inconvenient Voice of the Voter.

Over the Sahara Desert approaching ancient lands and thousands of years of history. The Nile River flowing through Egypt past the pyramids of Giza up to Cairo in the delta; the Red Sea, Sinai Peninsula, Dead Sea; Jordan River; and the Sea of Galilee are visible, as are the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea and Greece coming over the horizon

“Over the Sahara Desert approaching ancient lands and thousands of years of history. The Nile River flowing through Egypt past the pyramids of Giza up to Cairo in the delta; the Red Sea, Sinai Peninsula, Dead Sea; Jordan River; and the Sea of Galilee are visible, as are the island of Cyprus in the Mediterranean Sea and Greece coming over the horizon”

Picture: @Astro_Wheels (Douglas H. Wheelock) / NASA

The real one, the river, in Egypt.  Twit pics from an astronaut… the gallery is pretty amazing.

The South San Francisco neighborhood, San Bruno, where the natural gas line explosion happened, local CBS news has a videographer on camera who lives in the neighborhood… saying for weeks there has been the odor of gas, thru the neighborhood.  Coming up from the drains even.

Pacific Gas and Electric, PG&E, would come out in response to complaints, but not too much interest…

Well… as I posted in the last thread, FBI Anti-Terrorism Task Force is on scene, as well as State Homeland Security.

They’ll get right on it!  G-men, the answer to our prayers.


In the realm of national news, I saw a report that Arianna was on The Situation Room, bitching and moaning about the media coverage of the Koran burning minister. 

A tabloid queen, however she may be of interest at times, complaining about that coverage.  Geesh.

Gaseous effluvia….




1. marisacat - 9 September 2010

hmm when the pessurised gas line exploded, it took out a water line.

What a mess. So they had no water for over 30 mins…

One person described the land as “boiling”. Streets blew up… apparently there is a huge crater where the initial explosion happened.

marisacat - 9 September 2010

a 24 inch high pressure gas main blew… tho PG&E is not confirming anything.

marisacat - 9 September 2010

PG&E confirms it is their gas main. Well the crater is 15 feet deep and the blasted gas main is visible… so maybe hard to deny.

2. ts - 9 September 2010

A bit of a surprise about the “don’t ask don’t tell” ruling today:

“The suit was brought by the Log Cabin Republicans, a gay organization. The group’s executive director, R. Clarke Cooper, pronounced himself “delighted” with the ruling, which he called “not just a win for Log Cabin Republican service members but all American service members.”

Actually not surprising when I think about it. A Clinton era triangulation. They gonna gainsay the Big Dog?

marisacat - 9 September 2010

well I read that 13,000 + gay mil, ex mil are members of LCR.

When I get some energy will go see what Aravosis is saying…….. Hell they did more than th likes of oepratives, Aravosis and Sully, have ever done.

To be blunt.

3. marisacat - 9 September 2010

53 homes burned to the ground, 120 damaged…

Low or no water pressure, trucking in the water to fight it… it blew a cell site, they are trucking in wht they call a “cow”, to replace the cell whatevering.

On and on it goes…

One thing, response across the board seems timely.

4. marisacat - 9 September 2010

Hey hey… more good news!

Pa. mayor to take immigration law to Supreme Court

By MICHAEL RUBINKAM (AP) – 7 hours ago

HAZLETON, Pa. — A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Hazleton, Pa., may not enforce its crackdown on illegal immigrants, dealing another blow to 4-year-old regulations that inspired similar measures around the country. The city’s mayor pledged to take the case to the Supreme Court.

The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia said that Hazleton’s Illegal Immigration Relief Act usurped the federal government’s exclusive power to regulate immigration.

“It is … not our job to sit in judgment of whether state and local frustration about federal immigration policy is warranted. We are, however, required to intervene when states and localities directly undermine the federal objectives embodied in statutes enacted by Congress,” wrote Chief Judge Theodore McKee.

Appeals courts are split on whether states and municipalities have the right to enforce laws dealing with immigration. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments over a 2007 Arizona law that prohibits employers from knowingly hiring illegal immigrants.

5. marisacat - 10 September 2010

From the Americablog entry on DADT ruling…

UPDATE: The Judge ruled that DADT violates the First and Fifth amendments and the plaintiffs are entitled to a permanent injunction “barring its enforcement.”

LCR has seven days to submit a “Proposed Judgment.” The DOJ will have seven days to submit its objections to that.

Here’s an idea for Obama’s DOJ (maybe the DOJ’s so-called LGBT liaison Matt Nosanchuk can shop it around):

Don’t object to the proposed judgment. Don’t ask for a stay of the judgment or the injunction. And don’t appeal this decision. Let DADT die.)

I wonder what Obby and his DOJ will do.

lucid - 10 September 2010

if there was only wonder left in the world…

‘twould be a better place.

But we blow up stuffed ponies now.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

we just blow up everything…

Madman in the Marketplace - 10 September 2010

to terror ponies, the US Gov’t says, “NEIGH!”

Revisionist - 10 September 2010

They will say they are “obligated” to because of their position as DoJ.

The question is really if the ruling was a surprise. Its my belief that DADT was one of their rabbits they have stashed in the hat. Closer to the election someone in congress could pull it out and wave it in front of all the hippies. The judge could have fucked up the plan.

Or it is the plan. They get to dump the DADT albatross w/o actually having to do anything

marisacat - 10 September 2010

The administration, via DOJ, has already filed such objctionable court papers in DADT, that I will be surprised if they do not defend it.

Don’t know f you recall but their first big move, a defense in court that employed all the old slurs and slams, a few months ago, carried the name of the husband of Kamala Harris (our DemParty rising star DA here in SF, now running for state AG) on the papers filed – forget his title at DOJ……. I mean, they went places they did not have to go to file just a tepid defense.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

and iirc was argued before the SC by Kagan.


6. marisacat - 10 September 2010

HA! From the Mike Allen email on moving Goolsbeee to the Romer spot:

And a top official says: “It was hard to find someone on the outside who wanted to come inside.”

Yes, why on earth would anyone not already connected with the Obama administration agree to become part of it.

Better to just buy a coffin and jump in.

ts - 10 September 2010

I’d rather hammer nails into my own skull.

But they didn’t ask me.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

That is a good analogy…

7. marisacat - 10 September 2010

In the absence of any coherent policy on anything but the pretzel whine, go the US Israeli route and harp on endless war.

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will mark the ninth anniversary of 9/11 with a speech Friday in New York vowing to keep up the fight against terrorists and to “to enlist the nation in its own collective security.”

“[W]e can’t guarantee there won’t be another successful terrorist attack,” Napolitano will tell first responders and emergency workers. “The threats we face are evolving, and enemies like al Qaeda and its affiliates are determined. … Today, on the eve of the ninth anniversary of the worst terrorist attack in our nation’s history, I can pledge to you this: we will do everything in our power to prevent attacks, and to prepare ourselves.”

Here are excerpts from Napolitano’s prepared remarks:

“[O]ver the past year and a half, I have made one of my very top priorities for DHS to get information, to get tools, and to get resources out of Washington, D.C., and into the hands of the men and women serving on the front lines. That includes you – the first responders – but it also includes citizens, community groups, and our partners in the private sector. This may not generate big headlines. But this hometown-centric approach has a big impact on our ability to be effective – and more important – to support you in the field.

“The old view that ‘if we fight the terrorists abroad, we won’t have to fight them here’ is just that – the old view. It is abundantly clear that we have to fight them abroad, we have to fight them at home. We have to fight them, period.

People Mag Politico

And i must say when I read this sort of thing I am reminded what a absolute loser woman she is. Catapulted to a job she can barely cope with, not even an effective spokes person.

Good lord.

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

So let me get the straight…
The New view is we have to fight “them” abroad AND, ya know, do the whole Domestic Surveillance thing too?

Oh, I’ll have to be sure to bop in to Moulitsas’ DailyKibble to have it all explained to me how , you know, it’s a Change thing , see, and it takes time, and, ya know, and if the RePooplicans get in , see, and if “we” lose, see, and..and..ETC.

Oh~they can all just go fuck themselves silly as far as I’m concerned: Enjoy! Good Luck!!
See Ya, See Ya, Wouldn’t Wanna Be Ya!

And all that…

marisacat - 10 September 2010

I see Michael Hayden is out with quotes today that Obby is doing well, keeping up with Bush in targetted kills and drone fly overs and so on.

Will fish it up and post.

So … you know, to the assembled shits out there: HOW’S THAT VOTE WORKING OUT FOR YOU?

marisacat - 10 September 2010

It’s Eli Lake in the WashTimes:

“You’ve got state secrets, targeted killings, indefinite detention, renditions, the opposition to extending the right of habeas corpus to prisoners at Bagram [in Afghanistan],” Mr. Hayden said, listing the continuities.

“And although it is slightly different, Obama has been as aggressive as President Bush in defending prerogatives about who he has to inform in Congress for executive covert action.” …

via Ben Smith stenographe at People Mag.

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

I don’t know what more people need to see it.
I remember, (referencing “moments”, here) what some people call a moment of sanity, and it was when la Nan immediately gave Cheney a pass, taking impeachment “off the table”. Oh there were the promises of investigations, of “consequences”, but once I heard that…I thought of my various friends arguments over the years, the Marxists, the Greens, the Nader supporters…I could no longer deny them regarding the DP, the utter Democratic complicity in it all, and my own, in continuing to support them.

8. marisacat - 10 September 2010

god he is a borrring speaker.

catnip - 10 September 2010

He’s such a hypocrite – going on about special interests when he sold out to Big PhrMa, the insurance companies and Wall St. Not to mention handing a contract to Xe.

catnip - 10 September 2010

Al Qaeda has “killed more Muslims than just about anybody on earth”? Really? And how many hundreds of thousands has the US killed in Iraq?

catnip - 10 September 2010

He sure likes his straw men. Re: ME peace – “I don’t want anybody to think this is going to be easy”. Who the fuck has ever said it was going to be easy?

marisacat - 10 September 2010

it’s simply non existent.

he is so clearly floundering.

I don’t think he will be giving another presser with Q and A before the election. This is dying on the vine.

catnip - 10 September 2010

Just say no to PretzelConferences!

marisacat - 10 September 2010

This is devoid of any drop of energy.

9. BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

In the LAT , this piece, as IOZ says, is of
the literally, Joe Biden* variety:

Obama should follow in FDR’s footsteps

Whoops, no legs. Details , details.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

They need to stop with the FDR fucking bullshite crap.

He’s whining from the podium. waaaaaaa.. the R ”won’t let me do anything”… It is SO hard, ”they are a determined minority”! Waaaaa I want my mother! (But Goerge Voinovich is going to help me!)

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

LOL. Don’t have the cable yet!
Gettin it soon tho!

ts - 10 September 2010

I know…that’s a horrible metaphor.

10. marisacat - 10 September 2010

god he is useless.

catnip - 10 September 2010

He’s giving John Kerry’s long-windedness a run for its’ money.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

rambling and out of steam. Not a good combination.

catnip - 10 September 2010

I don’t know how the fuck he can talk about “standards of due process” and those military tribunals in the same breath. What a farce.

11. catnip - 10 September 2010

Afghanistan is a “project” now? I guess the “war” thing is over?

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

Yeh, it’s gonna be on “Makeover”.
I dunno a few drapes, they might be okay.
‘a course, they’ll have to go custom, we’re talkin Big drapes…suitable for cadavers, cargo planes of cash and smack, etc.

12. marisacat - 10 September 2010

He is getting into very hot water on Mosqueria.

Such a screw up.

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

Wadeesay?Wadeesay? HeHEE! (no TV, here)

marisacat - 10 September 2010

No TV at all?

Streaming via computer?

I caugh it on NBC network, as I did not want to fool around with streaming with dial up (antedeluvian here!). Everybody else here is covering San Bruno….. gah.

13. marisacat - 10 September 2010


put us out of our misery!

14. BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

And yeh,
we’re talkin Kissa-Fuckin-Death time

Obama’s Finally Speaking Like a Democrat
The president is speaking like a Democrat. And he sounds pretty good.
Bob Shrum The Week

Nah, on another thought,
Fuck it, bring on the jackals.

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

I think Shrum is some kind of DoD bioligical experiment that somehow got out and involved in politics.
Fuck, run for the isolation pod as soon as that motherfucker weighs in. 😆

catnip - 10 September 2010

I think Shrum is some kind of DoD bioligical experiment that somehow got out and involved in politics.


marisacat - 10 September 2010

ugh an hour and 20+ mins of him getting slower and more hesitant and then just indistinct ramble.

No energy. None.

15. sfflyman - 10 September 2010

sticking my nose in here to say hey… I used to lurk here during the heyday of peeder’s place. A big shout out to catnip, who I see still has the nerve to post over at the Democrat’s outpost on the internet (and post quite effectively I might add).

Hopefully sabrina is doing well,where ever she is.

Thanks for keeping the site going, marisacat. It is still a great place to admire a mixture of wit and wisdom. If you ever want to hook up for a cup of joe in SF I’ll be happy to buy. (not a come on – shoot me an email if you’re interested)

marisacat - 10 September 2010

Hi! Nice to see you drop in… and thanks so much for the kind words…

Sadly I enjoy, so to speak, ill health and almost never leave the house, but otherwise would dearly love to have a cup of coffee…. so very sweet to ask… thank you, cheered me up!

catnip - 10 September 2010

Gee. 2 shout outs in 2 days. They like me! They really like me! (I want a gold statue now. K? Thanx.) 😉

(I take come ons, btw. So, if you’re ever in Alberta…)


As for dkos, it’s like shooting conservative fish in a barrel. Easy pickings.

16. ts - 10 September 2010

The politico headline is “Obama: It’s all the Republicans’ fault!”

17. BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010
catnip - 10 September 2010

Sirota now has a dkos diary up about that and, par for the course, the minions are just attacking him and ignoring the story.

You can bet the DoD will try to keep a very tight lid on this story.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

yes but burning Korans stateside is so much worse.

Surely you can see this?

Nor, it would seem, is there money for flash protests in all the big muslim capitals of the world to oppose the wars.

Do not burn our sacred documents!

18. Revisionist - 10 September 2010

I just had to share this. I mentioned yesterday that I get spam from MAMZ nearly daily. Well today I got one from Hunter (or horsefucker as we usualy call him) . I was like WTF. Why are lowbies harressing me now. Then I read it. This just needs to be recorded for the internet archives. I guess they figured that it would be tacky for MAMZ to pimp his own book

[quote]Tomorrow is Markos’s birthday! Yep, Markos shares his birthday with 9/11, in a coincidence nobody would want — though I think Glenn Beck has been trying to get his own birthday moved to 9/11 for years.

As an impromptu birthday present to Markos, we’re asking people, one last time, to buy his new book, American Taliban. This book makes the rather obvious, but forbidden, point that ultraconservative religious right-wingers in the United States are not all that different from ultraconservative right-wingers in other countries. Even in this country, we have people who think gays cause hurricanes, that science and education are evil plots, and that violent wars to wipe out unbelievers are good things. And they even appear on television telling us that we’re the rotten ones for not believing it too.

The book is a good read, and makes a good case. Extremism is something to be fought, not catered to, no matter what country it calls home.

The book is cheap, so if you want to buy a copy for your local right-wing preacher to burn, you can do that. If you want to buy a copy for your conservative relatives to hold up while they describe what’s wrong with you and the rest of your liberal friends, go for it. If you’re thinking about buying it to read it, and you can spare the ten bucks, then do so now.

Conservatives have book clubs that push their books out to thousands of like-minded souls at a time. They give away books as promotions, or charge a penny for them if you sign up with such-and-such or contribute to such-and-such. We don’t have that infrastructure, so if we want liberal authors to be successful, we’ve got to support them ourselves.

So buy the book already!

Stay shrill,
Hunter, Daily Kos

catnip - 10 September 2010

We don’t have that infrastructure

Shorter Hunter: kos needs a new piano.

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

O Ya –
send a big shout out to Bullshitter Michael Lazzaro, AKA “Hunter”.
Yes, Hunter, i remember Hunter, the guy who said this if the DP didn’t pass the Public Option.

But absent a public solution, and absent meaningful reform of the existing private system, it is nonsensical. It is worse than nonsensical, because it mandates a marketplace for a product that will not substantively assist people in actual need of healthcare. Each company will price an insurance option to be whatever the subsidy turns out to be; that insurance will be provided to be as shoddy as possible, with massive deductibles, gigantic loopholes, and all the other tricks of the insurance trade rolled into whatever bottom-rung “package” is deemed the minimal necessary.

If someone were to actually get sick, an insurance policy with a $20,000, or $50,000, or $100,000 deductable — so-called “junk” insurance, of the sort that is becoming more and more prevelant as insurance companies price their other products steadily out of reach of more and more consumers — will not prevent bankruptcy. It will not provide preventative care, of the sort that would stop illnesses before they became catastrophic. It would do nothing to curtail costs. It would do nothing to fix our broken emergency rooms.

It would act only as massive, all-encompassing national subsidy to the very insurance companies who have made healthcare so unaffordable in the first place. It would be exactly the same as placing Social Security in the hands of the private sector, bidding them farewell, and letting the retirement accounts of the entire nation be funneled into the same barely-regulated, never-accountable companies that have sent the economies of the entire world into a tailspin.

Enough is enough — that is all I can think of to say. I know full well the underlying premise: the notion is that the insurance companies will, in exchange for having every single American in the country as captive consumers of their products, give up their policy of denying coverage to people who are actually sick. They will begrudgingly trade away their ability to deny “preexisting conditions”, which at this point consist of every illness, proto-illness or maybe-illness you have ever had in your entire life, and will be more hesitant to retroactively revoke every cent of your coverage (but not refund your money) if you have the audacity to start costing them serious money.

But a trade of mandated purchase of a for-profit, private product in exchange for a meager promise to not abuse customers is — let’s all say it together, for good measure — goddamned asinine. The government of the United States should not have to bargain to get an abusive industry to be slightly less abusive. What a fucking insulting thought. Especially when (1) the industry in question has a historical pattern of rampant customer abuse, and (2) when our Noble and Brilliant Goddamn Legislators have no recent history of being able to enforce corporate competence or fairness on any industry, at any point in the last several decades. The notion that suddenly, in exchange for a windfall of a trillion dollars or so, one of the most hated, manipulative, dishonest industries in America will suddenly become worthy of nationally mandated fealty is so preposterous that it could only be dreamed up by someone as crooked as a politician.

Lazzaro, incontinent asshole, after appreciaby taking in the parameters of the “HCR” debate, then … O Ya, he then says this –

I do not know what the outcome of this legislative dance will be, 😆 but all the players have made their intents absolutely clear. If once again, the only outcome acceptable to our senate, our representatives or our president is, yet again, after all this, after every other fight, yet another corporate giveaway piled high on the backs of every last American, I will not support even one of the goddamn politicians that vote for such a thing.

We have been more than patient; we have been more than accommodating. But no more. Our parties are kept properties of those that finance them;

Et tu, Book Peddler?

Snippy Snip, Yada Ya, BULLSHIT YADA- }

Yes, it is a harsh pronouncement, but there are only so many years that a nation can be patient, and only so many crises that can be resolved by funneling cash to America’s corporate behemoths. We are either a nation or we are a subsidiary.

So I am done. It is this fight, or nothing. We have been asked to put up with war crimes, because “moving forward” is the more conciliatory path. We have been asked to stomach the politicization of the highest offices in our system of justice, because investigating it would be divisive. Time and time again we have asked for nothing more than our government to enforce its own goddamned laws, or to take action against the worst and most corrupt abusers of its citizens, whether done by government or by balance sheet, and we have gotten between nothing and jack-squat in return. We have gotten worse than nothing: we have gotten corporate immunity for lawbreakers, we have gotten tacit approval of the methods of murdering thugs, we have set in stone the notion that there is absolutely no corporate fuckup so damaging to the economy of the entire nation that it would result in substantive regulatory restraints.

No more. This fight is the last and final test; 🙄 whether or not our leaders are so corrupt as to be irredeemable should be easily gleanable by whether or not they are able to bring themselves to even try on this, the one fight that every last one of them has supposedly been saving their strength for.

It is this or nothing, and I will be damn proud, at the end of it, to abandon those who have so completely abandoned us.

But hey ,
remember to pick up a copy of Markos’ BOOK!


marisacat - 10 September 2010

oh Hunter is so cute when he gets all whupset! And needs a diaper change too.

I saw yesterday that HHS is saying: Don’t blame us for the rise in insurance costs.

Oh I dunno bitch. Why not?

catnip - 10 September 2010

Gee willikers. (I need to bookmark that one.) 😉

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

LOL. Don’t worry, I trot it out every time his name get mentioned. Anywhere. LOL.

When I read it the first time, I said to myself, O Ya, that’s a fuckin’ keeper. LOL.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

I suggest a pink and white cake for Kos… and pink and white balloons.

Better than the book!

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

I’d recommend re-gifting.
Some piece of crap that some nut thought you’d like.
Sumpin like a Popcorn Crumb Whisk Broom or sumpin.

19. Revisionist - 10 September 2010

my favorite line is that its an “impromptu” present. like they didnt plan this in last months marketing meeting.

catnip - 10 September 2010

What kind of bday present is that? Surprise! We’re selling your book! If we don’t sell any, you don’t get anything! Yay!

Revisionist - 10 September 2010

the thing is….

Have they ever done a GOTV campaign? Support issue X campaign? Take action on this its IMPORTANT?


For the first time in like 7 years they send people emails. And it starts up just as MAMZ has a new book out.

catnip - 10 September 2010

Does Send Money Now! count?

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

Moreover, the blog twinkies went out of their way to thwart activists and bully and ban any naysayers.
When that piece of shit Melrath went after Marisa, who among them said anything? Like what?- a dozen people or so spoke out about it.
And Moulitsas not only didn’t ban Melrath, but encouraged him to reregister under another pseudonym, which he did.

They are shitty people, frankly. No “Code”.

catnip - 10 September 2010

I joked last week at dkos that the current bunch of centrist apologists over there are like the spawn of some weird mating ritual between Houle and DelawareDem. Toxic little mini-blobs of spew.

catnip - 10 September 2010

And, surprisingly, no one troll-rated me for that one. 😉

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

Well, Canadian trolls aren’t covered under American or International Law. 😆
I mean, if you really were a troll. Even then, we go through the whole troll vetting thing here in the U.S. – > Do you have your own bridge?
With or without babbling brook?
Greasy fingers, suitably horrid attire ,
Etc. Just as long as you’re not a goose. For some reason we don’t take kindly to Canadian Geese down here. LOL.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

catnip travels with her own brigade of Canadian Geese.

catnip - 10 September 2010

Well, we…I mean “they”.. are now heading down your way for winter already..

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

That is an interesting point too about the email list coinciding with the book. He isn’t, plain is.not. making it as a money mover in the Party anymore. ..He and Jerome got a whole lot of notice with Dean, Trippi etc, now they elder apparatchiks have out-of the box web enabled capabilities, really dime a dozen stuff. I’ll say this tho, they’ve stayed afloat longer than I thought they would..
but in this post , ahem, LOL, “Crash the Gates” Era it should be fun watching them….just Crash.

ts - 10 September 2010

I bought him a cookie, but I eated it.

20. diane - 10 September 2010

…..out with the bad air ….in with the good

Peter Sellers – The Pink Panther Strikes again

we don’t need no stinking maintenance people (or maintenance for that matter), we’ve got Clever Meters


marisacat - 10 September 2010

Names are surfacing of people who called PG&E about the gas odor over the past 10 or so days…

diane - 10 September 2010

such a fucking sign of the rampant negligence and arrogance…

checked out one major ‘Movers and Shakers Dems’ blog, not a fuckin peep outside of about 4-5 posts on an “Open Thread” (“Open,” and “Thread,” indeed)by ‘registrant’ posters….(i.e. SEND YOUR MONEY TO BABS NOW, uggggh it’s going to be very painful entering none of the above, what with the stench of Carley and Meg ……….)

marisacat - 10 September 2010

I am so very relieved that I am in a place where, if either or both Meg Carly win, I just won’t care.

Remembering Wilson, for one, Duekmejian for another. AND that with a supposedly LIBERAL fucking State SC we went to an at-will work state. In the 80s.

So I am happy not to lose sleep nor ring my hands. Nor vote for any / none of the sisters nor the Brown progeny.

diane - 10 September 2010

…Wilson…looked so much like Bush progeny, sliver thin, bloodless lips, and all.

(whats that? ….the toxic GREEN FUEL can’t be removed from the waterways it is seeping through well fortified, unaffordable gasoline storage tanks into?)

marisacat - 10 September 2010

I am very entertained by how much use Meg is putting to the Clinton campaign against Brown in 92. IF something is to make Jerry really angry, ti is to meet that campaign again. He hated Clinton following that primary season.


May they all bite each other to death. And more.

diane - 10 September 2010

..malfeasance has become ‘laudable.’

There ought be a commercial:

Still worried about that malfeasance record? ……
No need to anymore …….

Discover the wonders of the Malfeasance Record Remover….

Call toll free today:


That’s 1 800 MALFEAS

watch for our product on POPRAH

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

Oh Shit,
I misdialed it, 1 800 MA FLEAS ,
and got the Deval Patrick campaign.
Where they are also scratchin’ their ass off right now.

Oh those panic bells are ringin.
And however happy they are to pile on, Politico has a piece saying flush-with-cash Dems in safe seats aren’t ponying up to Nancy.

Ah well, Power. Use it or lose it.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

and got the Deval Patrick campaign.

May all Axelrod bunny rabbits die.

ts - 10 September 2010

His hangdog expression has gotten longer as the election gets closer. Maybe his bunnies are dying (or getting blown up).

He knows Rahm is fleeing to da mayorship (maybe), but he’s got nowhere to go but to the wilderness for 5-10 years (no doubt he’ll come back, like Shrum, or herpes).

marisacat - 10 September 2010

Axelrod is so awful… and he was in 2004 when his pony was Edwards (Two Americas! same slobber peddled by Deval, Freddie Ferrer in NY and The Foundling)

21. catnip - 10 September 2010



He also went entertainmentless.

marisacat - 10 September 2010

And she left him alone on his birthday! Churn the mills with grist!

gah. Obviously with Gainesville fading a new diversion is needed…..

BooHooHooMan - 10 September 2010

For God’s sake, Don’t tell Digby.

22. catnip - 10 September 2010
23. marisacat - 10 September 2010



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