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lunacy 16 April 2011

Posted by marisacat in 2012 Re Election, DC Politics, Democrats, Inconvenient Voice of the Voter, Pan Arab Revolt - 2011, Total fucking lunatics, WAR!.

First lady Michelle Obama, right, and Jill Biden, wife of Vice President Joe Biden, are greeted by Sesame Street characters during a USO and Sesame Street event honoring National Guard members and their families Thursday, April 14, 2011, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)

Lunacy .. and lunatics.

Lesseee… we went to Libya to save Benghazi… right?  I do recall Obby slobbering on about ”saving” Benghazi from a massacre …ooops! which just happened, I guess, in Misrata, but never no mind!

And.. in further reports from the front, we are bombing Tripoli, a city of a million people.  Yes, wonder how that is going…. but!  they are not “our own people!”… You did catch that, didn’t you?

Anyhoo!, Ellen Brown has a piece up in the Asia Times (via Information Clearing House)… with this on the oft mentioned Benghazi:

April 13, 2011 “Asia Times” – -Several writers have noted the odd fact that the Libyan rebels took time out from their rebellion in March to create their own central bank – this before they even had a government.

Robert Wenzel wrote in the Economic Policy Journal:

I have never before heard of a central bank being created in just a matter of weeks out of a popular uprising. This suggests we have a bit more than a rag tag bunch of rebels running around and that there are some pretty sophisticated influences.

Alex Newman wrote in the New American:

In a statement released last week, the rebels reported on the results of a meeting held on March 19. Among other things, the supposed rag-tag revolutionaries announced the “[d]esignation of the Central Bank of Benghazi as a monetary authority competent in monetary policies in Libya and appointment of a Governor to the Central Bank of Libya, with a temporary headquarters in Benghazi.”

Well that clears things up! We went to save the CBB! Central Bank of Benghazi, which no doubt has eyes on the massive amount of gold boullion that allows Qaddafi to be free of many restrictions:

And that brings us back to the puzzle of the Libyan central bank.

In an article posted on the Market Oracle, Eric Encina observed:

One seldom mentioned fact by western politicians and media pundits: the Central Bank of Libya is 100% State Owned … Currently, the Libyan government creates its own money, the Libyan Dinar, through the facilities of its own central bank. Few can argue that Libya is a sovereign nation with its own great resources, able to sustain its own economic destiny. One major problem for globalist banking cartels is that in order to do business with Libya, they must go through the Libyan Central Bank and its national currency, a place where they have absolutely zero dominion or power-broking ability. Hence, taking down the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) may not appear in the speeches of Obama, Cameron and Sarkozy but this is certainly at the top of the globalist agenda for absorbing Libya into its hive of compliant nations.

Libya not only has oil. According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), its central bank has nearly 144 tonnes of gold in its vaults. With that sort of asset base, who needs the BIS, the IMF and their rules?

So, in addition to oil, which iirc is light sweet crude, Libya has gold. AND they have water, a massive underground aquifer.

We can’t let the man Reagan called “mad dog” have all of that, can we?


1. Madman in the Marketplace - 16 April 2011

This is going to work out so well …

marisacat - 16 April 2011

It is isn’t it?

The Ellen Brown piece had a lot of tidbits…. I HAD heard and read that there is much much less of the lowest poorest most suffering class in Libia… and I assumed, knowing nothing… that it came from changes Qaddafi DID make in the early years…. she makes interesting points.

The other big clue to me, was how fast the Eastern Rag Tag Rebels had the old ROYAL flag to brandish. Ugh. Like Libia was some nirvana under the King of Libya. When, from what I have read, the country was effectively poor poor poor and its only export was salvaged metal from remnants of WW2 machinery that people harvested as a business. (This is not a defense of Q & Sons)

2. marisacat - 16 April 2011

NO talking back!

[T]SA officials declined to comment on the list of indicators, but said that no single indicator, taken by itself, is ever used to identify travelers as potentially high-risk passengers. Travelers must exhibit several indicators before behavior detection officers steer them to more thorough screening. [I don’t believe that, I think it is quixotic and based on agent likes and dislikes – Mcat]

But a civil liberties organization said the list should not include behavior relating to the expression of opinions, even arrogant expressions of opinion.

“Expressing your contempt about airport procedures — that’s a First Amendment-protected right,” said Michael German, a former FBI agent who now works as legal counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union. “We all have the right to express our views, and particularly in a situation where the government is demanding the ability to search you.”

“It’s circular reasoning where, you know, I’m going to ask someone to surrender their rights; if they refuse, that’s evidence that I need to take their rights away from them. And it’s simply inappropriate,” he said. …

3. marisacat - 16 April 2011

FWIW (nothing!)…


–NBC’s “Meet the Press“: Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner; roundtable with former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, former Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D-MI), author Jon Meacham and author and PBS’ Tavis Smiley (“Fail Up”)

–ABC’s “This Week“: Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner; panel with Tea Party Caucus members Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL), Rep. Steve Southerland (R-FL), Rep. Renee Ellmers (R-NC) and Rep. Allen West (R-FL); roundtable with ABC’s George Will, political strategist Matthew Dowd, former Clinton Budget Director Alice Rivlin and Gov. Deval Patrick (D-MA)

–CBS’s “Face the Nation“: Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI); Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA)

–“Fox News Sunday“: Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood; Sen. Tom Coburn (R-OK) and Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD); roundtable with former Bush White House Press Secretary Dana Perino, Fortune’s Nina Easton, former Romney Press Secretary Kevin Madden and Fox News’ Juan Williams

–CNN’s “State of the Union“: Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY); former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden (Ret.); former Shell Oil President John Hofmeister; Trump Organization Chairman and President Donald Trump

–CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS Live” (SUN 10am ET / 1pm ET): PepsiCo Chairman and CEO Indra Nooyi; the New York Times’ Jeffrey Gettleman; U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Lord Mark Malloch-Brown

–C-SPAN: “The Communicators” (SAT 6:30pm ET): U.S. Chief Technology Officer Aneesh Chopra, questioned by the Washington Post’s Cecilia Kang … “Newsmakers” (SUN 10am ET / 6pm ET): Rep. Buck McKeon (R-CA), questioned by the Army Times’ Rick Maze and Congressional Quarterly’s Frank Oliveri … “Q&A” (SUN 8pm ET / 11pm ET): Weekly Standard senior editor and author Andrew Ferguson (“Crazy U: One Dad’s Crash Course in Getting His Kid into College”) … “Road to the White House” (SUN 6:30pm ET / 9:30pm ET): Donald Trump delivers remarks to the South Florida Tax Day Tea Party in Boca Raton, FL (taped on 4/16)

–Univision’s “Al Punto“: Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission President Raul Plascencia Villanueva; “National Immigration Forum” Press Secretary Katherine Vargas and “Vamos Unidos USA” President Juan Jose Gutierrez; Environmental Committee of Cabañas Founder and President Francisco Pineda; comedian and actor Eugenio Derbez; roundtable with independent journalist Karina Flores-Hurley and “Contacto Total 1190AM” Host Gabriel Villalobos

–NBC’s “The Chris Matthews Show“: Time’s Joe Klein, CNBC’s Becky Quick, the Daily Beast’s Andrew Sullivan and NBC’s Norah O’Donnell

–PBS’s “To the Contrary” (airs all weekend, check local listings): Fitness expert Jillian Michaels; roundtable with former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell, the Heritage Foundation’s Genevieve Wood, BlackSnob.com Editor Danielle Belton and conservative commentator Tara Setmayer

–TV One’s “Washington Watch with Roland Martin” (SUN 11am ET): Pre-empted for two-hour presentation of the April 9 leadership form hosted by the National Action Network.

4. BooHooHooMan - 16 April 2011

Petraeus lined up as next CIA director

By Daniel Dombey in Washington

Published: April 6 2011 22:53 | Last updated: April 6 2011 22:53

General David Petraeus, commander of US forces in Afghanistan, is in talks to replace Leon Panetta as CIA director if, as is expected, Mr Panetta is nominated to become the next secretary of defence, officials have told the Financial Times.

Mr Panetta, seen to have been a successful CIA director, 😯 would replace Robert Gates, who is expected to retire as Pentagon chief this summer.

BooHooHooMan - 16 April 2011

I mean what can you say to that FT?
Here’s another from WaPo:

Hard-won gains shift landscape in Afghanistan
Rajiv Chandrasekaran

For the first time since the war began nearly a decade ago, the Taliban is commencing a summer fighting season with less control and influence of territory in the south than it had the previous year.

And another wipeout bombing INSIDE a base, ours, c’mon, let’s get real, with the “NATO Troops” game (AND four Afghan Tropps too!) for the post mortem in the parrot-press.
The usual, the Not So Bad!…. GAME.

Afghan soldier kills 5 NATO troops and 4 Afghan comrades

By Joshua Partlow and Javed Hamdard, Saturday, April 16, 9:32 AM

KABUL — A suicide bomber who had recently been recruited into the Afghan army blew himself up Saturday morning inside a military base, killing five NATO troops and four Afghan soldiers.

A suicide bomber killed five NATO troops and four Afghan soldiers on Saturday outside a joint Afghan and coalition forces military base in eastern Afghanistan. The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack. (Apr. 16)

The bombing took place in a courtyard at the headquarters of the Afghan army’s {SURE} 201st Corps, known as Forward Operating Base Gamberi, in eastern Afghanistan’s Laghman province. The base also has a contingent {Uh-hunh}of NATO troops. NATO did not release the nationalities of their troops who died.

BUT, you know~ OBAMA 2012! And Petraeus to CIA! And PANETTA the “seen to have been a successful CIA director” to DoD! And Winning this Spring!
And on.
And on…
And on..
And on.
And o-
And –


ts - 16 April 2011

It’s like the Vietnam War never happened. What is it, a decade now, and “progress is being made”? Puh-leeze.

BooHooHooMan - 16 April 2011

It’s like the VietNam War never ended.

marisacat - 16 April 2011

Oh Come ON!

Just BEING THERE, is winning!!

BooHooHooMan - 16 April 2011

😆 LOL.
Like President Eucharist,
President Holy Host of Host-O’s.
The Embodiment of …and so forth blibbedy ETC.

It’s a Mystery, but the big Progresso WIN is in there if you just have Faith!
Wherein all that is Lost is Found!
And via the miracle of Transubstantiation, we need not wonder if that sounds a little too Old Testy burning bush-like WMD.
All be Obviated, see: We are Fulfilled.
So don’t even bother to ask if ‘We are the change we’ve been waiting for’, why anyone needed to vote for it in the first fuckin’ place.
Another Mystery!

Pfft. Like anybody should give a shit at this point who this wackjob country elects President next time around.

marisacat - 16 April 2011

Remember when people started bitching and his response was

I … am the change.

So effing Christ wanna be.

BooHooHooMan - 16 April 2011

effing Christ wanna be.

…who happens to golf alot.
It was all prophesized.

marisacat - 17 April 2011

oh come ON! he golfs because it is all Little Christ Fauntleroy is allowed! he misses so much! Grocery shopping on the weekends! Walking in Central Park! But he is allowed to golf!!!

Or so he told some media interviewer I posted here.

marisacat - 16 April 2011

The years ahead stretch long and d r e a r y. Very, very dreary.

marisacat - 16 April 2011

Petraeus lined up as next CIA director

They keep saying this. I say Get On WIth It!!

BooHooHooMan - 16 April 2011

Yes. ONWARD, ..IMO, on to street riots sparking stunning destruction of corporate infrastructure , wave upon flash mob wave of bank robberies. Of course it’d be a shame if police academies were targetted or vigilantes just summarily shot regime Bankers or propagandists dead in the street or kidnappings cropped up Gasp
here in ‘mrka. But, you know we all have to conserve energy and should try and not to travel so much anyways. And Change is hard.

So I’d embrace it. Reluctantly of course, BUT my thoughts and prayers would go out!
And I’d do whatever I could to help.
In such a setback, I think I could be most useful…in triage. I mean who’s to say some exsanguinating overlord couldn’t be left to his own devices?

marisacat - 16 April 2011

May God Bless America. And bless and bless and bless…

BooHooHooMan - 16 April 2011

Glory, Glory Halalujah!
Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord. Amen , yes and Amen I say! Yes, Let the Lord loose up a whole lot of that fateful lightning up in this here Uncle Sam’s Club and Tabernacle.

And while The Heavenly Honcho or Honchess or Hinchit-thing is at it, they can throw in the beauties of the lillies and a little righteous bosom or whatever, I’d like something about bosoms I say from the bottom of my mid-life Man-saggies. As The Boobs Go Marching On.

brinn - 17 April 2011

Dontcha worry about all that — they’ll be deploying drones to keep us all in line:


brinn - 17 April 2011

Look, mummy! There’s an airplane up in the sky!

5. marisacat - 17 April 2011

Nothing t fear! Donna’s on the job (probably shielding Eleanor Holmes Norton, who’s punting madly!!!!):

WEST WING MUST READ – WashPost A1, “D.C. rights proponents to Obama: What gives?” by Paul Schwartzman and Nikita Stewart: “[T]he same people who saw hope in Obama’s jaunts across the city just before his inauguration – remember that half-smoke he ate at Ben’s Chili Bowl? – have excoriated him for relegating the District to the status of bargaining chip in a broader budget game with House leaders.

‘John, I’ll give you D.C. abortion,’ Obama reportedly told House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) before reaching a deal, effectively trading away the city’s right to fund abortions for low¬-income women. … ‘This is personal,’ said Donna Brazile, a Democratic political strategist. ‘I believe the president is sincere when he says that he believes in D.C. voting rights and home rule. But, as you know, D.C. residents like proof.'” http://wapo.st/flSteJ

–POLITICO’s Joe Williams, “DC.’s angry at budget deal – and Obama”: “Ever since President Obama and congressional Republicans reached an 11th hour agreement to keep from shutting down the federal government, interim Democratic National Committee chair and staunch White House defender Donna Brazile has been on the attack, using her Twitter account to blast what she calls a ‘shameful’ deal. … Obama himself reportedly told … Boehner that he’d ‘give’ the District-related riders to the GOP, ‘but I’m not happy about it.'”


6. Madman in the Marketplace - 17 April 2011


As for the people taking the brunt of the White House-Congressional assault on America, it’s going to be be a lot harder to convince them there’s any point to voting, ever again. If the United States in 2011 — with its massive unemployment and open class warfare and three pointless Defense Industry wars and the biggest corporations simply not paying any taxes — is the result of the first African-American president who surged to victory alongside a Democrat-controlled Senate and House along with a staggering supply of enthusiasm and goodwill, then what might 2013-2016 hold under Obama’s second term?

At his fundraiser tonight in Chicago, Obama closed with this: “And the question is do we finish the job. I’m prepared to finish the job.”


marisacat - 17 April 2011

God’s own little toady.

But hey, Hug a Sesame Street character and feel all better.

brinn - 17 April 2011

I’ll be writing in “We, the people” on every ballot I touch (or not actually touch, as the case may be) from here on on out…

marisacat - 17 April 2011

oh I like that solution!

brinn - 17 April 2011

I have been wondering about the ramifications (legally speaking) of it for a while now. I mean, I know that they just toss out write-ins like “Mickey Mouse” and such, and that there have been a lot of restrictions on write-ins in general over the past decade, but I am just sitting here wondering what would happen if “We, the people” got the most votes….what would they do then? Would they just stick the actual candidate with the most votes into office, even if the final tally was “We, the people 67%” “random asswipe candidate 10%?”? I wish I had the time to do some research, but alas….

diane - 17 April 2011

I like that, I used “none of the above” a lot, in 2010, yours is much, much better.

brinn - 17 April 2011

I will write a justification for why we should before the end of the year….

I mean, really, I think that both I and the less-rabid social conservative getting screwed would be better represented by a unpaidfor “we the people” than a “random asswipe candidate” who represent no one down here under the bus…

diane - 17 April 2011

to my mind honey, the reason has already been justified, just in case some nasty event, sponsored by: “our dear hideous public servants,” prevents you from writing on it further.

brinn - 17 April 2011

Thank you, d.! Yer da best! 🙂

brinn - 17 April 2011

I had 10 minutes before the boys got home, and it seems that, at least at most state level and local jusristictions, a write-in must declare their candidacy — so rigged!!

Hmmm… so how to declare a nation-wide candidacy for we the people?? Perhaps I should call Colbert?

diane - 17 April 2011

well yeah, in Cali, for one, the ballot you receive, clearly pertains to one’s presumed party (I’ve always been registered independent, though never voted other than dem, peace and freedom, or green)

(oh by the way, jeesh honey, I’m embarrassed, I don’t approach the best, but I feel by now, I’m not even close to, the worst ;0) ….)

7. Madman in the Marketplace - 17 April 2011

Palin draws a crowd at the Capitol, and not all are friendly

Americans for Prosperity organized the rally and brought busloads of supporters from around the state. Tea party supporters, who gathered at the King Street entrance of the state Capitol, were surrounded on three sides by counter-protesters, who rang cowbells and shouted “Shame! Shame! Shame!” through megaphones. The counter-protesters were so loud at times that they easily drowned out the speakers, including Palin.

The two groups threw verbal barbs at each other and tea party supporters wondered aloud why police weren’t doing more to control the counter-protesters.

“All we ask for is for our side to be heard,” said one. “We won. Why don’t they understand? If they had a rally, we’d never do what they’re doing.”

*** snicker ***

8. Madman in the Marketplace - 17 April 2011
9. brinn - 17 April 2011

Benzene poisoning, anyone?

More disposable beings…..

I am going to have to get used to the idea that I may well just spend the rest of my life very very angry….

10. brinn - 17 April 2011
11. m - 17 April 2011

Obama learns how big his district is


The Ashkenazi chief rabbi of Israel, Yona Metzger, told congregants in a Sabbath sermon that if U.S. President Barack Obama seeks reelection, he must release Jonathan Pollard, Israel Radio reported on Sunday.



marisacat - 17 April 2011

Yes they tried that with Clinton as well. At least from what I have read, BillHill feared internal US blowback. So somebody big is against it. Or several somebodies.

I think maybe they did not believe Israel’s assurances that Pollard would be kept in prison if released to Israel.

And the mood in the country now, would make it even harder I think.

Then again Ob is desperate to win, I think or at least rebuild not lose anymore of the 2008 coalition.

Hey! Good Luck to Ob and Snob.

diane - 17 April 2011

ugh. Pretty hard not to find that remark, with that clear threat: telling, and hideous about Metzger and his ‘associates,’ and those who are implied as working towards that event, to the absence of any Justice for us citizens, in the “US.” Not that I could care less about Obama getting re-elected, I won’t be voting for him, looks like I’ll be taking brinn’s “write in” lead and writing in: We The People.

marisacat - 17 April 2011

well, as I see it, the chief rabbi of Israel is seeking to influence US Jews in terms of fund raising for Ob and so on.

I saw the Israeli bombing of the supposed N Syrian terrorist camp during the Democratic primaries in the same way, in 2003. Bombing Gaza during the transition period between Bush and Ob, same thing.

So fucking tired of Israel (and the US, as the games are joint)

diane - 17 April 2011

Harman just flit across my mind, along with Edison and stupid, mercury laden lightbulbs which the elderly can’t see by, and can’t possibly afford LEDs (along with DiFi, etc…. speaking as a female) wonder how she’s doing … snerk

marisacat - 17 April 2011

oh you mean the new(ish) corkscrew bulbs?

Yeah they sure do have mercury in them. Someobody somewhere, Tiny Revolution, I think or maybe Tom Dispatch, read the ‘label in full’ installation instructions (involves using a drop cloth, which of course nobody does!) and disposal instructions.

What a scam.

diane - 17 April 2011

Yup, and now that Cali has procalimed itself as instituting those hideous bulbs earlier that the rest of the nation, the renter class which is enormous in Cali, are stuck with blinking light fixtures as their fear of rental increases prevent them from telling their landlords that those cute lights don’t work in the sockets that those REITS could care less about fixing, or in some cases, ‘landlords’ can’t afford to, cause their sole propietorship/Sched Creal estate flipping business, is now dried up. ….sigh ……..

marisacat - 17 April 2011

well the ones I have bought work just fine. The problem is the cost. To me they don’t last any longer than the old ones, which is why I had bothered to buy them on sale, to avoid having to change bulbs.

But… no real difference that I can see…

They used to go on sale at Safeway, from time to time, but not for ages. So I slowly buy up a lot of the old “4 for $2.19” bulbs.

diane - 17 April 2011

My main source of ‘night light’ does not accept them, without odd on then off, or blinking, and I’ve no doubt that’s pretty common for millions of renters …sigh …in one of the first apartments I lived in they did work okay (for me)….Further, while I at one time was so very proud of doing the right thing, because I bought a slew of them before realizing the mercury content and lesser light provided….. my mom can’t see by them …she can see by the incandescants.

marisacat - 17 April 2011

Well Safeway still carries the old ones… three different wattages.

I see checking again now, that they have three different labels for the corkscrew ones – and some that conform but look like old lightbulbs…

diane - 17 April 2011

I haven’t seen any, on a recent search (other than the coiled ones with the outer globe covering), that look/are shaped like the old ones, If I find one I’ll test it to see if I have the same problem, though I’m thinking it’ll still have the less reading light output problem. the LEDS, last time I looked were insanely expensive, unaffordable for the ‘elderly’ on fixed income I would guess.

marisacat - 17 April 2011

Safeway has them.

4 for 3.89 which is about the best price I have seen.

marisacat - 17 April 2011

ooops no there is a price range, depnding on wattage:

3.29 to 4.39… for 4. The brand is Feit.

And they still have the plain old fashioned bulbs, under the Safeway brand, 2.19 for 4

diane - 17 April 2011

thanks for that info hon, will check it out.

diane - 17 April 2011

lesser light,….. maybe, a person could accept, ….if all that “conserving of electricity,” didn’t seem to do, in large part, with the Cloud Computing, whereby, everyone’s personal data, is ‘ideally’ stored in a some Corporate database, which everyone could be prevented from correcting, or even accessing, at some point.

diane - 17 April 2011

Cloud Computing, whereby, everyone’s personal data, is ‘ideally’ stored in a some Corporate database, which everyone could be prevented from correcting, or even accessing, at some point.

and jeesh, how could I forget the privacy violations ….which horse is already well out of the barn…..

diane - 17 April 2011

Jus to further clarify for anyone, Harman, well funded by “Edison Light” sponspored the ultimately successful House Bill for the: elderly can’t see by, mercury laden, don’t quite work in that socket (which won’t be fixed any time too soon), corkscrew bulbs ….

diane - 17 April 2011

after all, If someone who claims themselves to be a LEADER, refuses to assist people just trying to get by, without committing crimes, under their own roof, they certainly have no business, but a criminal one, to Lead

Shelter from harm, can’t be built on quicksand.

12. marisacat - 17 April 2011

hmmm Free Benghazi.

[S]econd, Thomas Mountain at CounterPunch (“Bombing Libya,” March 23) raises some unpleasant questions about the Benghazi rebels. Benghazi, the city in Libya closest to Italy, has for years been a center of human trafficking from sub-Saharan Africa. An average of a thousand black African refugees a day pass through Benghazi in hopes of escaping to Europe. So Benghazi was the seat of an enormous complex of gangs controlling the human trafficking trade, many of them exploiting their human cargo as ruthlessly as the “coyotes” on the U.S.-Mexican border. The Quaddafi government, according to Mountain, had been unsuccessfully trying to suppress this trade for years. As a result, the criminal underworld of Benghazi has been a prime supporter of the rebellion. . . . .

13. diane - 17 April 2011

The BiG [Public Broadcasting ….Royal Purple] Bird, the “US,” and The Wifies in COlumbus, ….. I’m sure that shit grinnen Ohio secretary of state who aided and abetted the Ohio: NO nigga, you cannot vote ….too ashy and nappy ….,get you some slick, like me, was in the audience. How apropos.

marisacat - 17 April 2011

Which Ohio SoS?

diane - 17 April 2011

Blackwell …priceless fuckin name, him bein a “minority” ‘n ‘ all… ;0(

marisacat - 17 April 2011

well he serviced the Republicans. FWIW. Not like Michelle Obama cares one way or the other. The story was she went to bed early the night of the mid-terms, whcih is part of the problem with these people. Who the hell are they.

Who are ANY of them.

diane - 17 April 2011

other than sociopathic sellouts, or bots, I really couldn’t tell you honey.

14. m - 17 April 2011

4 days in hospital…..feeling like death still, going to see surgeon monday. ugh.

…positive thoughts. so tired.

marisacat - 17 April 2011

oh I hope you feel better mattes and that it was not too serious…

Take care, rest and sleep. Takes so damned long to get over things…

brinn - 17 April 2011

All sorts of positive energy headed your way, m!!

Gotta take the kiddo in on Tuesday….am hoping to be out the same day!

Let me know if there is anything I can do to help!

diane - 17 April 2011

thinking about you m …

15. brinn - 17 April 2011


If you haven’t seen the Colbert bit from 4/14 on Easter, oh, lo! You MUST!!


16. marisacat - 17 April 2011



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