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April 17, 2006
By: Kevin Drum

WHITE HATS vs. BLACK HATS....Tom Coburn says the magic number is seven:

U.S. Senator Tom Coburn isn't naming names, but he expects six congressmen and a fellow senator will go to jail....Speaking at a town hall meeting in Wagoner last night, Coburn said that "if you've been keeping up with things, you've got a pretty good idea" of who the seven lawmakers are.

Coburn may not be naming names, but we are and we're doing it in boldface. Check out "White Hats vs. Black Hats" to refresh your memory about who's who in the latest round of Washington scandals. The Coburn Seven are probably all in there somewhere.

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Does that count the number of people from the Admin who can't travel to foreign countries because of fear of the World Court?

Posted by: Jeffrey Davis on April 17, 2006 at 12:28 PM | PERMALINK

but he expects six congressmen and a fellow senator will go to jail

I expect Nevada Democrat Harry Reid will be one of the ones indicted for accepting illegal money from Indian tribes. Another one is probably North Dakota Democrat Bryan Dorgan for also accepting illegal money from Indian tribes. For the list of Democrats who will probably be indicted, look at this list from the Washington Post which describes the illegal fund raising machine Jack Abramoff built for the Democrats.

Link

http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/mt/mt-comments.cgi?entry_id=8637

Posted by: Al on April 17, 2006 at 12:30 PM | PERMALINK

So with all of this bad news for the r's which of the brave d's are going on the record as stating you will take back the senate and the house in 2006. You only need 7 and 30, come on. Step up to the plate. Back it up.

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 12:31 PM | PERMALINK

Too bad the black hats hold all the power and make or break the rules and laws.

Posted by: ckelly on April 17, 2006 at 12:39 PM | PERMALINK

Obviously, this is all just a partisan witch-hunt by an out-of-control Justice Department bent on persecuting Republicans.

Boy, conservatives just can't catch a break! A DOJ filled with Republican appointees who were installed by a Republican president with the confirmation of Republican Congress will end up trying a bunch of Republican lawmakers in Republican courts. If that's not partisan persecution, I don't know what is!

Posted by: Derelict on April 17, 2006 at 12:40 PM | PERMALINK

Gosh daveyo you forgot to mention that Bush garnered 80 that's right 80% of the counties in the US. I understand he pulled in large swaths of the Mojave desert as well.

Posted by: ckelly on April 17, 2006 at 12:42 PM | PERMALINK


Al, dear:

Isn't it time for your nap?

Posted by: e on April 17, 2006 at 12:43 PM | PERMALINK

Al, it's not illegal to accept money from Indian tribes. The "charge" against Reid is that he accepted money from an Indian tribe and then opposed expansion of gambling outside of Nevada. This ignores the fact that every Nevada senator always opposes all gambling outside of Nevada, because it competes with the state's main source of revenue. A conviction, or even an indictment, requires some kind of quid pro quo. There isn't one, and a grand jury would laugh at a prosecutor trying to bring a case on a basis like this.

Posted by: Joe Buck on April 17, 2006 at 12:43 PM | PERMALINK

If Gonzales (whose name is in bold type, though not a congressdude or senator) goes to jail, I will donate money to the GOP. Not a lot, but it's the thought that counts.

Posted by: craigie on April 17, 2006 at 12:45 PM | PERMALINK

Ol' 'Torquemada' Gonzales, you mean Craigie? I heartily agree.

Posted by: Dr. Morpheus on April 17, 2006 at 12:47 PM | PERMALINK

ckelly Alright lets use electorial college votes
1996 Clinton 70.45%
1992 Clinton 68.77%
1988 George H 79.18%
1984 Ronald Reagan 97.58%
1980 Ronald Reagan 90.89%

If all the bad is true that you contend, then why is the rep's not in danger of loosing the congress or senate, like with Bill Clinton. Bill did more for the r's than we could have ever accomplished. "The emperior has no clothes" ....and you were happy.

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 12:48 PM | PERMALINK

I love the smell of a GOP collapse in the morning. Smells like Suckling Pig and Aqua Net.

Posted by: enozinho on April 17, 2006 at 12:51 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo: why is the rep's

What is [sic] you, ten years old?

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 17, 2006 at 12:52 PM | PERMALINK

Senator is obviously Burns, R-MT. My money on the 6 House folks would be Tom DeLay (TX), Bob Ney of Ohio, John Doolittle, Richard Pombo and Jerry Lewis (CA) and maybe Dave Weldon (FL) or even Katharine Harris as a way to finally get her out of the Senate race.

Posted by: Mimikatz on April 17, 2006 at 12:54 PM | PERMALINK

enozinho which GOP elected official will your party be taking out. We did enjoy the Daschle dance....

Advocate for God

I cannot decipher your message. Try again?

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 12:56 PM | PERMALINK

Daveyo tries out his math skills:

"You only need 7 and 30, come on."

Daveyo thinks half of 435 (plus 1) is 231 (201+30).

Then daveyo shows off everything he learned in English class:

"If all the bad is true that you contend, then why is the rep's not in danger of loosing the congress or senate, like with Bill Clinton. Bill did more for the r's than we could have ever accomplished. "The emperior has no clothes" ....and you were happy."

Illiterate and innumerate- the perfect Republican voter.


Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 1:00 PM | PERMALINK

Is it me, or is Daveyo's trollbot program malfunctioning?

Posted by: enozinho on April 17, 2006 at 1:00 PM | PERMALINK

Bill Thomas.

Posted by: Knate on April 17, 2006 at 1:01 PM | PERMALINK

Hillary Clinton.

Posted by: Old Coot on April 17, 2006 at 1:06 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo The club called they have your tennis lesson a 3:00,and a rub down at 4:00,Then the all important Youg Republicans meeting at 6:00.The Heritage Foundation sent your check to the Mansion again.

Posted by: Booo on April 17, 2006 at 1:06 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo: I cannot decipher your message.

No, you cannot decipher English.

Or use or reproduce it correctly.

You can't do math.

And your logic is, well, unsound.

Oh for four.

Pretty bad batting average, wouldn't you say?

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 17, 2006 at 1:10 PM | PERMALINK

solar on
sorry to confuse you.

You need only 7 senate seats.
You need only 30 house seats.

"Daveyo thinks half of 435 (plus 1) is 231 (201+30)."

I should have stated that there are two seperate elected branches. So now that this is clear, please share that you will take back the house and the senate.

Mimikatz Thank you for your very good observations. Let me just reply to 2. First with Tom Delay stepping down in a district that he drew for himself, I would not give that one very good odds. Rep Harris district is one of the strongest rep districts in the state also.

So why do the others on this forum not get into specifics, but rather just do name calling. Honestly if you believe that you are going to win, say so.

"Senator is obviously Burns, R-MT. My money on the 6 House folks would be Tom DeLay (TX), Bob Ney of Ohio, John Doolittle, Richard Pombo and Jerry Lewis (CA) and maybe Dave Weldon (FL) or even Katharine Harris as a way to finally get her out of the Senate race."

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 1:10 PM | PERMALINK

I already had my nap. Now I need mommy to change my stinky diapers. Waah!

Posted by: Al on April 17, 2006 at 1:11 PM | PERMALINK

Wait, I think I've got it. The Republicans have finally implemented their troll outsourcing pilot program. It's a couple Romanians with Babblefish.

Posted by: enozinho on April 17, 2006 at 1:11 PM | PERMALINK

obviously the senator is chappaquiddick kennedy unless it's hitlery. the house members are probably barney fag, bernie the trotskyite jew sanders and some other people who never got a dime from jack abramoff.


mom, need new sheets!

Posted by: the smartest troll on April 17, 2006 at 1:12 PM | PERMALINK

Ah Daveyo, you can ask till the cows come home to vote Republican, but I can't predict the 2006 election - can you? I'd love to see a Democratic landslide in the fall and it would certainly be the best possible outcome for our country - but I'm not a pundit. Frankly, I lost a lot of faith in the US electorate with Bush's re-election. Many people seem to vote down party lines regardless - witness Tom Delay's primary results. Incumbency is hard to overcome, the Republican cash cow is hard to overcome and the Republicans have busily worked to hold onto power by any means necessary -legal or illegal what with off-year gerrymandering and elimination of 527s. The Democrats definitely are at a disadvantage and have a lot of work to do. I'm hopeful they can put a dent in the Republican stranglehold on our government - for the good of the US.

Posted by: ckelly on April 17, 2006 at 1:19 PM | PERMALINK

"You need only 30 house seats.

"Daveyo thinks half of 435 (plus 1) is 231 (201+30)."

I should have stated that there are two seperate elected branches. So now that this is clear, please share that you will take back the house and the senate."

Daveyo, unsatisfied with simply playing the fool in public, demonstrates that, even with help, he doesn't get it.

Let's try to help soem more. There are 435 seats in the House of Representatives. A party requires 218 to have a majority. The Democrats currently have 201. Does 218-201=30 in your special school?

BTW, thanks for sharing even more of your stupidity with us. Yes, indeed there are two separate (note sp.) elected branches of government- they are the Executive (i.e., the Presidency) and the Legislative (Congress- composed of both the House and Senate). The House and Senate are not two different branches of government.

What a fucking moron.

Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 1:19 PM | PERMALINK

Advocate for God
The democratic party will not take back the senate in 2006.
The democratic party will not take back the house in 2006.

The reason no one is saying so is because they want to down play expectations. Thus, if they gain 2 seats in congress and 1 in the senate they can say they have momentum. But they can still say they are the minority.

Booo thanks for the reminder, be sure and cut the hedges a little closer for us this time. We will not say anything about your immigration status.

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 1:20 PM | PERMALINK

Honestly if you believe that you are going to win, say so.

I believe that I am going to win.

Posted by: haha on April 17, 2006 at 1:21 PM | PERMALINK

Also, Ryun in Kansas. Is this an attempt by Coburn to get Burns to quit?

Posted by: j on April 17, 2006 at 1:24 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo: The reason no one is saying so is because they want to down play expectations.

"I'm the master of low expectations." - G.W.Bush

Posted by: thisspaceavailable on April 17, 2006 at 1:29 PM | PERMALINK

The Dems need a pickup of 6, not 5, to get to 51
(presently 44 Dems + 1 Ind voting with Dems; the Ind is retiring, will be replaced by another Ind who will also vote with Dems - that's in Vermont).

As far as the silly "Bush won most counties" - this is similar to the "Bush won most acreage" argument. The response is, "Bush does best where there aren't any people."

Posted by: hopeless pedant on April 17, 2006 at 1:29 PM | PERMALINK

With the press always being nasty to the Republicans in every conceivable forum, no wonder they have tried to prove themselves to be equal to their stereotype. Just like a kid who takes on the life of crime as a reaction to his perents continuously perstering him. You guys neither know econmics nor psychology. What did you study in college?

Posted by: tbrosz on April 17, 2006 at 1:29 PM | PERMALINK


shorter tborz..

the devil made them do it....


Posted by: thsispaceavailable on April 17, 2006 at 1:32 PM | PERMALINK

perstering=pestering

Posted by: tbrosz on April 17, 2006 at 1:32 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo: The democratic party will not take back the senate in 2006. The democratic party will not take back the house in 2006.

daveyo's masters:

Massive stockpiles of WMDs will be found in Iraq.

The Iraqis will welcome us with parades and flowers.

The war will pay for itself.

Your predictions have no credibility, so basically you are shooting in the dark and hoping to hit something.

We don't shoot in the dark.

We're not stupid.

You and your masters are.

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 17, 2006 at 1:32 PM | PERMALINK

"Bush does best where there aren't any people."

LOL. Tumbleweed, sand, coyotes, rocks--Bush has a lock on that whole segment of the electorate, his intellectual piers. Horses seem a bit skittish around him though, and vice versa. He's outright scared of horses.

Posted by: haha on April 17, 2006 at 1:33 PM | PERMALINK

peers, lol. well with him, they might as well be piers.

Posted by: haha on April 17, 2006 at 1:34 PM | PERMALINK

He's outright scared of horses.

Don't forget bicycles!

Posted by: shortstop on April 17, 2006 at 1:35 PM | PERMALINK

solar at 1:19: Pretty funny. But I suspect daveyo thought there are 435 total seats in Congress. Right now the guy who sits next to him at work is explaining about bicameral legislatures. Dave is listening with his mouth ajar and a bewildered look in his eyes.

His idiotic confusion of the executive and legislative branches can be partly excused, since anyone observing this administration might conclude that they're interchangeable.

Posted by: shortstop on April 17, 2006 at 1:39 PM | PERMALINK

hopeless pedant So you are going on record as saying that the democrats will take back the senate, or are you going to stay satisfied as the minority party.

solar Obviously you are good at repeating, how about making a prediction. If you are a proud d, step forward, It is simple. click your heels and say, we will win back the senate...(it helps if you close your eyes and envision daschle with silver slippers)

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 1:39 PM | PERMALINK

Shortstop, don't bring up bicameral with this bunch of trolls- they will just want to know how many humps they have and where they need to go to fuck one.

Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 1:43 PM | PERMALINK

Shortstop, don't bring up bicameral with this bunch of trolls- they will just want to know how many humps they have and where they need to go to fuck one.

Bwa!

Oh, my, I needed that. Thanks, solah!

Posted by: shortstop on April 17, 2006 at 1:45 PM | PERMALINK


hopeless pendant: "Bush does best where there aren't any people."

too true...

the latest (march) surveyusa has just 4-states with at least a 50-percent approval rate for the president bush...

they are...

utah...idaho...alabama and wyoming...

talk about empty space...

Posted by: thsispaceavailable on April 17, 2006 at 1:47 PM | PERMALINK

Daveyo,

The beauty of a strawman argument is that you make it yourself- as you have done. Obviously you are so stupid that you think others have to make the strawman argument for you. Dumber than dirt, with an apology to dirt.

I do predict that you will never finish elementary school; that you will never be able to count up to 435; that you will never hold a job; that you will never understand our system of government; and that you will never be able to write a coherent and accurate English sentence.

As to your Daschle fantasies- this also figures- unemployed, closeted gay, illiterate and innumerate- I think these are on the troll application form as requirements.

Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 1:49 PM | PERMALINK

shortstop Yes the republicans are aware of how many seats in the u.s. senate and in the u.s. house of representatives. We are also aware of how many more of them we occupy than your party.
I simply keep asking, dear shortstop will the democrats take back the senate and the house in 2006?
This requires a yes/no answer. I suspect I will just get the usuall attack without an answer.

This is the difference between the majority party, and the permanent minority party.

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 1:51 PM | PERMALINK

One corrupt Republican down...

George Ryan Convicted

235, I mean, 218, I mean, a lot more to go.

Posted by: enozinho on April 17, 2006 at 1:54 PM | PERMALINK

Solar thank you for your predictions. Allow me to add.
I predict that you have never made a political donation, that you have never ran for office on any level, that you have never volunteered for a campaign, that you have never registered new voters. That you in fact view the majority as dumb and thus think it easy to win by just sitting back taking pot shots.
I am so glad that you are so literate since you are the reason that we will retain both the house and senate.

"I do predict that you will never finish elementary school; that you will never be able to count up to 435; that you will never hold a job; that you will never understand our system of government; and that you will never be able to write a coherent and accurate English sentence.
As to your Daschle fantasies- this also figures- unemployed, closeted gay, illiterate and innumerate- I think these are on the troll application form as requirements. "

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 1:56 PM | PERMALINK

enozinho: Hurrah! Hurrah! My boyfriend, Patrick Fitzgerald, rocks my world!

Posted by: shortstop on April 17, 2006 at 1:58 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo - I'll make a prediction: George Bush will go down in history as man with convictions.

of the multiple, felony variety.

Posted by: enozinho on April 17, 2006 at 2:04 PM | PERMALINK

All 18 counts...what a beautiful day.

Posted by: shortstop on April 17, 2006 at 2:05 PM | PERMALINK

"One corrupt Republican down...

George Ryan Convicted

235, I mean, 218, I mean, a lot more to go."

Ahh there's that liberal media not even mentioning Ryan's party in the story.

Posted by: jefff on April 17, 2006 at 2:06 PM | PERMALINK

I loved te guy in V for Vendetta who just killed off the ring leaders. But he was so well read, English even; his poetry reminded me of Cole Porter.

He used the overnight express in one party England the way we use the Internet, outing very stupid politicians.

If we could control Congressional cameras with our web sites, we could constantly focus on the culprits. Use the freedom of information act; sue to let any group put whatever cameras and audio equipment anywhere they went in the congressional office building. We would accomplish one thing, run them out of town.

Given that Global Warming will require very efficient swamps to remove the CO2, the nation's capital sould be converted into a wet lands. Anyone wanting to do business with government must wear waders to get through all the muck and disgusting, deoxygenated filth.

Posted by: Matt on April 17, 2006 at 2:07 PM | PERMALINK

Daveyo,

You lose. I donate more to politics every year than you earn per year (this is no big thing- anything is more than nothing- but you don't know that, right??) I work campaigns every year (personally and professionally), and have registered (literally) thousands of new voters.

As for this "we" shit- you can't vote, as the Governor won't restore your voting rights. Watching Fox news doesn't make you part of the Republican Party- it apparently just further erodes those two lonely brain cells you have left up there. You are just a cheerleader, not a participant.

"I am so glad that you are so literate since you are the reason that we will retain both the house and senate."

This? Just psychopathology. In your delusional state you give me far too much credit. If I can parse your nonsense you seem to be positing that if I were illiterate like you, the Democrats would regain control of Congress. How do you figure that, exactly?

Now here is your homework:

435/2= ?

218-201=?

The three branches of the United States government are:___________, ___________, and _____________.


Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 2:10 PM | PERMALINK

Daveyo,

You really ought to get a job for which you have some talent. trolling really isnt your thing. Your only argument in favor of the Repubs is that they have won a few elections. If that is your only criterion for political preference, does that mean that you will switch sides when the Dems win? Do you just follow the herd . . . or the money perhaps? Its that clink of Caiaphas' silver, isnt it?

Posted by: troglodyte on April 17, 2006 at 2:15 PM | PERMALINK

This is one of the more self-congratulatory posts from the PA, so as to promote one of their staff pieces. Sure, fine, whatever.

I recall the numbers of Clinton-era appointees charged and convicted of various crimes (some later overturned, to be fair). That number sure does seem higher than what we've seen with the Bush-era appointees so far. I'm sure someone has an impartial body-count. But if the best you can do, after 5 1/2 years of power, is point at the indictment of Lewis Libby, then your rhetoric is running ahead of reality.

I know, I know, the expected response is to point at all the Republicans (er, Rethuglicans) who 'will' be indicted, convicted and executed at some point in the future. Um, yeah, I seem to recall a lot of confident 'Pubs in 1997 thinking that Bill Clinton would be convicted. We know how that worked out.

Point is, with the political body count as it stands, the Bush administration is on track to be a little cleaner (though not much cleaner) than the Clinton administration. That will require some entertaining spin, but what are blogs if not to entertain?

Posted by: Steve White on April 17, 2006 at 2:17 PM | PERMALINK

Steve White: That number sure does seem higher than what we've seen with the Bush-era appointees so far.

Only in your fantasy world.

It "seemed" to you that Saddam had massive stockpiles of WMDs.

Look how that turned out.

. . . with the political body count as it stands . . .

Only you don't really know what that body count is, do you ("I'm sure someone has an impartial body-count.")?

Another conservative shooting blanks in the dark.


Posted by: Advocate for God on April 17, 2006 at 2:31 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo: This is the difference between the majority party, and the permanent minority party.

The mere fact you think the Democrats are the "permanent minority party" pretty much shows you know nothing about either politics or history.

Not surprising since you is [sic] not very bright.

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 17, 2006 at 2:33 PM | PERMALINK

Not that this is definitive but interesting nonetheless:

"Clinton administration officials indicted and/or convicted in connection with Whitewater:

0

Clinton administration officials indicted and/or convicted in connection with Travel Office allegations:

0

Clinton administration officials indicted and/or convicted in connection with alleged abuse of FBI files:

0

Clinton administration officials indicted and/of convicted in connection with Lewinsky matter:

0

Clinton administration officials indicted and/or convicted in connection with the Independent Counsel
investigation of Interior Secretary Bruce Babbit:

0

Clinton administration officials indicted and/or convicted in connection with the Independent Counsel
investigation of Labor Secretary Alexis Herman:

0

Clinton administration officials indicted and/or convicted in connection with the Independent Counsel
investigation of Americorps director Eli Siegal:

0

Clinton administration officials indicted and/or convicted in connection with the
Independent Counsel investigation of Commerce Secretary Ron Brown:

0 (Investigation abandoned upon Browns death in nations service)

Clinton Administration officials convicted in connection with the Independent Counsel investigation of
Agriculture Secretary Michael Espy:

0 (Espy acquitted of all charges. Judge sharply rebukes Independent Counsel Donald Smaltz for
bringing case in the first place.)

Other:

HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor for misstating to the F.B.I.
the amount of money he gave his girlfriend;

Assistant Attorney-General Webster Hubbell convicted of embezzling funds from Rose Law Firm
before his federal appointment; that is, stealing from his law partners, including Hillary Rodham Clinton;"

Yep, a veritable hotbed of convictions.

Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 2:43 PM | PERMALINK


STEVE WHITE: I recall the numbers of Clinton-era appointees charged and convicted of various crimes (some later overturned, to be fair).

You recall the numbers of Clinton appointees convicted of crimes? Please share this number with us. Because, for the life of me, I can't recall a single Clinton appointee who was convicted of a crime during Clinton's presidency or after.


Posted by: jayarbee on April 17, 2006 at 2:46 PM | PERMALINK

troglodyte solar Advocate for God
Can you follow the shiny hook.
The topic of the forum was WHITE HATS vs. BLACK HATS....".
As the complete idiot that you claim, I just hijacked this entire forum until the new one came up. As usuall, you all saw the shiny hook and could not wait to follow.
Actually I have others tell me how easy it was to do this, but I never imagined with what great detail and excitement you would take the bait.

So this is how it works, there is a posting on a liberal web site, you change the subject and put them on the defense, they spend all of their time chasing the rabbit until the new one is released.

No wonder your called the lefty liberals.
So in conclusion.
You will have spent 20 years of your life with a Bush as a President or VP and even though you are all so intelligent and we are so dumb, you are the minority.

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 2:54 PM | PERMALINK

Ah, well done, Solar. Oh, my! What a crime wave! The girlfriends undo Democrats every time.

Posted by: jayarbee on April 17, 2006 at 2:54 PM | PERMALINK

The girlfriends undo Democrats every time.

Unbuttoning + unzipping = Democratic undoing.

Ah, but the admittedly well-laid Dems are keeping their clothes on for the moment, so we can all focus on the spectacle of the GOP's guys being marched off to jail. Pass the popcorn, the Junior Mints AND the Jujubes...that stack of indictments just keeps getting higher...

Posted by: shortstop on April 17, 2006 at 3:01 PM | PERMALINK

I just hijacked this entire forum until the new one came up.

Republicans are criminals - what's to discuss? Troll smackdown is the fun part, especially with your math and verbal skills.

Posted by: ckelly on April 17, 2006 at 3:04 PM | PERMALINK

Meanwhile daveyo was hijacking this thread his favorite repugs are still going to jail still breaking the laws and still sinking in the polls,So yes daveyo good work things are all better now. Frickin Idiot.

Posted by: Booo on April 17, 2006 at 3:18 PM | PERMALINK

Horses seem a bit skittish around him though, and vice versa. He's outright scared of horses.

Don't forget that he travels with his own personal safety pillow from home. A real man's man, that.

Posted by: Stefan on April 17, 2006 at 3:26 PM | PERMALINK

Glad that everyone, including daveyo, agrees that he is a complete idiot.

You have to love his explanation though. After falling flat on his face, he claims that it was all part of his master plan- to get people to say he's stupid. What an evil genius!

Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 3:32 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo: So this is how it works, there is a posting on a liberal web site, you change the subject and put them on the defense, they spend all of their time chasing the rabbit until the new one is released.

This would be mildly interesting if:

(1) changing the topic served any useful purpose in the larger scheme of things; and

(2) anyone gave a hoot that the topic was "hijacked".

You have an overly developed sense of self-worth and accomplishment if you think that you somehow "tricked" everyone into a different topic.

. . . you are the minority.

Considering the GOP spent 40 years as the majority, you don't have much to crow about yet!

But that is pretty much a characteristic of conservatives: arrogant, overconfident, self-aggrandizing, self-important, self-serving and above all mendacious.

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 17, 2006 at 4:21 PM | PERMALINK

> Considering the GOP spent 40 years as the majority, you don't have much to crow about yet!

That's the *minority* BTW. Back in the days past one could find conservatives you could have a decent argument with. The trolls lately have been getting more shrill and illogical. But then, so has their hero, Dubya.

OT the Wall St Journal has an OpEd from some retired generals that defend Rumsfeld. As reported in the CNN website their logic is as faulty as our trolls. Knowing how such things get ghostwritten, I wonder if someone on Cheney's staff wrote the Op-Ed for them.

Posted by: troglodyte on April 17, 2006 at 4:35 PM | PERMALINK

The 2006 Pulitzer Prize awards were announced today in New York. If there is one common attribute many of the winners share, it is holding up a mirror to the scandals and corruption of the Bush administration and his Republican Party.

For the details, see:
"The GOP's Pulitzer Prize Winning Scandals."

Posted by: AvengingAngel on April 17, 2006 at 5:18 PM | PERMALINK

troglodyte: That's the *minority* BTW.

Thanks for spotting the typo!

Boy did that come out wrong!

Really should have been "the Democrats spent 40 years in the majority" (more or less).

;-)

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 17, 2006 at 5:23 PM | PERMALINK

WOW I am suprised you are still going on. Honestly this is too easy.
You see the purpose of the conservative take over is to change the face of the Supreme Court. We are 1 more apointee away. If you ever left this warm fuzzy sight and read the other news, you would see many stories about roe v wade and the 22 states ready to change after the supreme court. The difference betweeen leaders (conservatives that take the initiative) and reactionaries (those that are liberals) is we have changed the landscape of politics. When Stevens retires during the next 2 years we will be done for about 20 years. Then your will really have something to blog about. So go back to talking about how bad r's and conservatives are while we finish it off.

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 8:44 PM | PERMALINK

Hey dumbyo, what were the three branches of government again? Which branch gives you the free cheese?

BTW, the word reactionary doesn't mean what you think it means. But then few words do.

Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 9:47 PM | PERMALINK

Solar I can tell you have spent a lot of time in political circles with your wonderful statements. Just remember when George W. appoints his 3rd conservative judge to the supreme court it is over. Also have you enjoyed having a bush as a pres & v.p. for 20 years?
But of course the fact that you are the permanent minority party doesn't bother you, just whether I can pass a quiz. Good luck looser.

Posted by: daveyo on April 17, 2006 at 10:03 PM | PERMALINK

Good luck looser.

Looser! Looser! Tighter! Tighter!

Posted by: shortstop on April 17, 2006 at 10:48 PM | PERMALINK

so ... reactionary conservative judges will be alive forever???

Posted by: Nads on April 17, 2006 at 10:56 PM | PERMALINK

I'm a permanent minority party? You and the English language really are strangers, aren't you?

Now why don't you spend a little more of your valuable time convincing us that an uneducated illiterate (that would be you, since you have so much trouble keeping up) sits in the inner circle of power?

What are you- Secretary of the Idjit Department?

P.S. The fact that you can't pass a quiz doesn't bother me. I've seen stupid Republicans before.

Posted by: solar on April 17, 2006 at 11:37 PM | PERMALINK

daveyo,

Now, normally, in the course of things here at Political Animal, there's really just one thing that interests us.

And that is BETTING.

That's right. May come as a surprise to you, but we like nothing better--nothing--than taking bets on who thinks he knows what's going to happen 10, 20, 30 months from now.

Hell, kid, we keep TABS! Shit, we've got a log book that would take you weeks to sort out, cuz we've damn near bet on everything!!

But, shucks... I jest guess most folks here don't rightly take a shine to you, cuz don't nobody seem to be taking you up....

Kinda weird, ain't it?

Posted by: obscure on April 18, 2006 at 1:04 AM | PERMALINK

obscure at 1:04: Funniest post of all time.

Posted by: shortstop on April 18, 2006 at 8:32 AM | PERMALINK

obscure Thank you for your comment " nobody seem to be taking you up". I realized from the beginning of this exercise that only lieberals who do not realize they are the minority party reside here. Thus when I simply say "Step up to the plate and tell me that the dem's will take back the senate or the house in 2006", what I get is attacks on my education, etc. In fact I have 7 political races going right now. 1 is close. I can without question tell you with all certainty which candidates are a lock. As a matter of fact I will tell you that the florida house and senate will both stay in the hands of the republican party.
I will say that they are very brave in coming to this safe haven, bashing r's, it's just none of them can say what races they will win. I guess it is confusing to actually follow a race.
So one more time... Dear Libs....
Make the statement that you will take back the u.s. house and or the u.s. senate, or that you are resigned to stay the permanent minoity party.
Of course what I expect is more of the usuall remarks, since none of you seem to follow any of the races.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 8:36 AM | PERMALINK

"As a matter of fact I will tell you that the florida house and senate will both stay in the hands of the republican party."

Dumbyo, Secretary of Idjits, boldly predicts that a state legislature currently split 84/36 and 26/14 will remain Republican. Dumbyo also opines that water is wet and ice is cold.

You just can't buy political prognostication this insightful. Dumbyo shames us all with his Deep Thoughts.

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 9:41 AM | PERMALINK

dumbyo: WOW I am suprised you are still going on. Honestly this is too easy.
You see the purpose of the conservative take over is to change the face of the Supreme Court. We are 1 more apointee away. If you ever left this warm fuzzy sight and read the other news, you would see many stories about roe v wade and the 22 states ready to change after the supreme court. The difference betweeen leaders (conservatives that take the initiative) and reactionaries (those that are liberals) is we have changed the landscape of politics. When Stevens retires during the next 2 years we will be done for about 20 years. Then your will really have something to blog about. So go back to talking about how bad r's and conservatives are while we finish it off.

If the only thing conservatives care about is overturning Roe v. Wade then they truly are pathetic and a danger to the nation.

You also fail to explain how allegely diverting this thread serves the purpose of 'changing the face of the Supreme Court'.

Just remember when George W. appoints his 3rd conservative judge to the supreme court it is over.

Ahhh, conservatives have so prognositcated before to no avail.

They never learn: O'Connor, Kennedy, Souter were all sure bets.

Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!

Meanwhile, Bush is causing the GOP to lose governorships all across the country and conservatives to lose influence - so overturning Roe v. Wade will mean nothing, even if it happens.

(More to the point, I doubt you seriously even understand Roe v. Wade and how little "overturning" it would actually mean - a trait shared by both abortion opponents and the equally nutty abortion proponents.)

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 9:55 AM | PERMALINK

Advocate On CNN.com yesterday their lead article was on the 22 states that were ready to make drastic changes to their state law upon the overturning of Roe V Wade. Roe V Wade is the single issue that Dems' run on, because they veiw life as cheap and meaningless and after reading your replies I understand why.
Justice Stevens appointed under Pres Ford has continued to say he would retire under a republican president. At 86 he is only 4 years away from being the oldest ever sitting supreme court justice.
Since you have obviously just began being engaged in the political process you do not see the 20 year effort that we conservatives have worked through to be at this point. What you don't see is that the 5 largest states have r's for govenors, the house and senate are firmly in r's hands and the last area we need to address was appointing conservatives to the courts and especially to the supreme court. Our mission is nearly accomplished. Rather than giving us credit or at least taking note that we have done exactly what we planned to, you use name calling and oh yah.
So Advocate for the permanent minority, you will not be able to pass any liberal legislation and you will not be able to have any conservative agendas over turned by the court.
In essence, you better start your 20 year plan now to take back what we took from you and kicked the dirt in your face on top of it.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 10:12 AM | PERMALINK

Dumbyo, Secretary of Idjits, anxious to demonstrate ignorance in yet another area, proclaims that the Governors of the five most populous states are Republicans (or "r's" as he calls them, fearful of trying to spell the entire word).

Wrong again:

States by population:

California
Texas
New York
Florida
Illinois
Pennsylvania

Dumbyo thinks IL or PA have Republican Governors. Dumbyo is really, really, stupid.

So maybe Dumbyo meant land mass (it's difficult to discern what Dumbyo means, as well, he's just a fucking idiot)? Nope, Montana and New Mexico screw that up, too.

Dumbyo strikes out again. Sure makes you fearful of his mighty political acumen, don't it?

P.S. Dumbyo, political giant that he is, doesn't know Pataki is history.

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 10:39 AM | PERMALINK

dumbyo: Roe V Wade is the single issue that Dems' run on . . .

Just the other day conservatives were telling us that the single issue Dems run on is Bush is a liar . . . please keep your talking points straight, "Charlie".

Since you have obviously just began being engaged in the political process . . .

I've been engaged in the political process longer than you have been alive, squirt.

So Advocate for the permanent minority, you will not be able to pass any liberal legislation and you will not be able to have any conservative agendas over turned by the court.

LOL, massive-stockpiles-of-wmds-will-be-found-in-Iraq.

. . . they veiw life as cheap and meaningless . . .

Not as cheap and meaningless as conservatives who aided and abetted Saddam's attempts to commit genocide against the Kurds, who aided and abetted the murderous Taliban, who aided and abetted the murderous Pinochet, who aided and abetted the murderous Shah, who aided and abetted the murderous, drug-dealing Noriega, who aided and abetted the murderous Rios Montt, etc., etc., etc.

Real lives lost, not the imaginary ones you want to protect.

. . . kicked the dirt in your face on top of it.

You haven't kicked dirt on anything until you've controlled the agenda for 40 plus years.

You have 20 to go and you aren't going to make it.

You are too self-destructive and too single-issue.

;-)

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 10:43 AM | PERMALINK

Gosh, a couple of weeks ago all seven of the campaigns for which dumbyo is lickin' stamps and fetchin' coffee were a "lock." Now only six of them are?

Gosh, it's dangerous steppin' up to the plate and declarin' victory so early in the game, isn't it? Why am I talking like Lord Peter Wimsey?

Posted by: shortstop on April 18, 2006 at 10:52 AM | PERMALINK

Not to be sexist, but shouldn't you be trying to sound like Harriet Vane?

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 11:01 AM | PERMALINK

dumbyo: Justice Stevens appointed under Pres Ford has continued to say he would retire under a republican president.

And all predictions come true . . .

. . . except those pesky ones like . . .

* the Iraq war will pay for itself

* the Iraqis will welcome us with flowers and parades

* the insurgents are desperate and on their last legs (multiple times)

* massive stockpiles of wmds will be found and critical liberals will have egg on their faces

* Bush will be back to 60% by November 2005

* Bush will go down as the greatest president in history

* Dumbsfeld will go down as the greatest Sec Def in history

* Social Security will be privatized

* The economy will soar under tax cuts

* Osama bin Laden will soon be caught or killed

* The Palestinian-Israeli conflict will be ended

* The planners of 9/11 will be brought to justice

* Bush will win 90% of the electoral vote and 60% of the popular vote

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 11:05 AM | PERMALINK

Dear loosers (it seems that the sweet names are best here). WILL YOU WIN THE SENATE IN 2006? NO YOU LOOSE. WILL YOU WIN THE HOUSE IN 2006? NO YOU LOOSE.

WILL YOU STILL BE BLOGGING AS LOOSERS. YES.

YOU HONESTLY THINK THAT YOUR BLOGGING MAKES UP FOR ANY REAL POLITICAL WORK? NO YOU LOOSE.

DASCHLE DANCING DAVEYO

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 11:26 AM | PERMALINK

Uh, dumbyo? You know that post I made at 10:48 last night? Can you guess what the joke was? No? Is there anyone literate sitting near you who could explain it?

Posted by: shortstop on April 18, 2006 at 11:33 AM | PERMALINK

solar: Sure. But she was hardly as much fun.

Posted by: shortstop on April 18, 2006 at 11:35 AM | PERMALINK

Shortstop Yes I understand that you view politics as a joke and that is why you are the permanent minority.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 12:03 PM | PERMALINK

Dumbyo, even with help, you still torture the English language (as well as displaying a shocking ignorance of American government, geography, demographics, and, oh yes, simple math)- all the while proclaiming your giant intellect. My considered opinion is that you are no American at all, but an enemy alien- probably from Trolldovia.

Tell, me, just for curiosity's sake, what it is like for you, being comepletely and utterly ignorant of everything?

Bonus question- what is the fifth largest state?

Extra points- what are the three branches of government?

Extra credit- 218-201=?

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 12:11 PM | PERMALINK

The thrie branchis of goverment are lobbyng, political appointmints and no bid contracts. All repubcans kno that, you big looser.

Posted by: dumbyo on April 18, 2006 at 12:22 PM | PERMALINK

Wikipedia: Although Bush received a majority of the popular vote: 50.73% to Kerry's 48.27%, it waspercentage-wisethe closest popular margin ever for a sitting President . . .

Bush received 2.5% more than Kerry; the closest previous margin won by a sitting President was 3.2% for Woodrow Wilson in 1916.

In terms of absolute number of popular votes, his victory margin (approximately 3 million votes) was the smallest of any sitting President since Harry S. Truman.

And now Bush is at a pathetic 39% popularity in his most favorable polling source, Rasmussen - Jimmy Carter territory.

I LOVE IT!

You loose [sic] it!

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 12:32 PM | PERMALINK

As of 2004:
California 35,893,799 Republican Gov
Texas 22,490,022 Republican Gov
New York 19,337,088 Rebulican Gov
Florida 17,397,161
Illinois 12,713,634
Pennsylvania 12,406,292
http://www.factmonster.com/ipka/A0004986.html

Legislative Republicans control
Executive Republicans control
Judicial Republicans are appointing those to control

Solar:
Only 1 question for you.
What is the difference between a democratic candidate and a republican candidate.

(help answer)
The Republican is the one who already holds the office while the democrat is the one who is challanging.

Asbolute Permanent Minority LOOSER.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 12:33 PM | PERMALINK

dumbyo:

Do you honestly think your use of all caps is going to win any elections or make your predictions come true?

The best thing about your inane postings is that it ultimately reflects on all conservatives and simply cements the growing public perception of conservatives as mendacious and idiotic doofuses.

Thanks for you help!

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 12:36 PM | PERMALINK

dumbyo: As of 2004 . . .

Hey, dumbyo, the year is 2006.

Get up to speed.

What is the difference between a democratic candidate and a republican candidate.

Answer: The GOP candidate is a liar and a crook and will be going to jail.

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 12:40 PM | PERMALINK

Hmmm, would y'all say Republicans have looser morals? Looser definitions of ethics? Looser interpretations of the Constitution?

Not looser pants or looser wallets, though.

Posted by: shortstop, laughing her patootie off on April 18, 2006 at 12:47 PM | PERMALINK

dumbyo: What you don't see is that the 5 largest states have r's for govenors . . .

I don't see it because it is not a reality, it is a fantasy that exists only in your head!

California - Republican Governor
Texas - Republican Governor
New York - Rebulican Governor
Florida - Republican Governor
Illinois - Democratic Governor

Oops! You-B-Wrong.

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 12:56 PM | PERMALINK

And btw, dumbyo, as a parting note, what is a "Rebulican"?

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 12:59 PM | PERMALINK

Oh Quiz masters:
Who received the most electorial college votes
George H. Bush in 1988
or Bill Clinton in 1992 or 1996?
For extra credit who recieved the most electorial college votes ever?

Come on you can do it.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 1:04 PM | PERMALINK

dumbyo: George H. Bush in 1988

BTW, it's George H. W. Bush . . .

Yep, you are a virtual repository of unadulterated ignorant crap when it comes to political history.

Now, that really is my parting note!

Bye-bye!

Posted by: Advocate for God on April 18, 2006 at 1:16 PM | PERMALINK

Dumbyo, Secretary of Idjits said:

"What is the difference between a democratic candidate and a republican candidate."

More than likely the Republican has a criminal record.

"Rebulican"

Thanks for proving you couldn't spell it. It convinces me, more than anything, that you are a highly placed strategist in the "Rebulican Party"-in your native country, of course.

"Who received the most electorial college votes
George H. Bush in 1988
or Bill Clinton in 1992 or 1996?
For extra credit who recieved the most electorial college votes ever?"

You neglected to mention, of course, that Bill Clinton received more electoral votes- both times-than your girlfriend Dubya did(and more than G.H.W. Bush, who he ran against). As far as who received (note sp.) the most electoral votes ever, this is an inappropriate measure (we know how difficult simple math is for you, you lovable fucking retard, you). The more accurate measure is highest percentage, in which Reagan trails both Monroe and FDR.

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 1:54 PM | PERMALINK

Denial is such a long lonely river. In each and every situation the pack will go after that little morsel that they can pounce on. All the while The Big Bad Wolf has kicked them out of their house. In all of your micro corrections you still miss the big picture. Your party is permanently out of power. I will give you a good example. In 2004 Missouri for the first time in 50 years elected a Republican govenor, Republican majority house and Republican majority senate, that in one of your former strong states. Florida 10 years ago went Republican in the house and senatate, for the first time in 122 years. The examples go on. Your reality is that you have no leaders, you have no funds, you have no candidates and you have no chance at taking back the house or senate in 2006. This you do not argue, because of how smart you are. You will point out if a word is spelled wrong, but won't look at the hopeless situation your party is in. In 2008 it will be a blood bath between the different factions and camps. So please keep making sure that if anyone dares come to "your forum" that you show them what the definition of an "angry liberal" really is.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 2:11 PM | PERMALINK

So please keep making sure that if anyone dares come to "your forum" that you show them what the definition of an "angry liberal" really is.

Sugar, you're the one who keeps stamping your little foot and screaming. We're the ones sitting back in our chairs laughing at you. Don't tell us your famed perception and analysis are failing you on this one.

Posted by: shortstop on April 18, 2006 at 2:25 PM | PERMALINK

Dumbyo, Secretary of Idjits, what is a "govenor"? What is the "senatate"? Tell us your position in the Republican Party organization chart, wouldya, Dumbyo?

Here, I'll leave a little space for your own prediction (the one you have yet to make):

Dumbyo predicts that after the 2006 elections the composition of the US Senate will be:


_____ Republicans

_____ Democrats

_____ Independents

and that the composition of the House of Representatives will be:

_____ Republicans

_____ Democrats

_____ Independents


C'mon Dumbyo, step up. (Hint- 435 and 100).

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 2:51 PM | PERMALINK

silly solar. I have a pair of u.s. house of representative cuff links given to me by one of my campaigns. I do identify with the elephant as long as you identify with your parties animal.
I will simply again point out that you will continue to be the permanent minority.

Sulking Shortstop while your sitting back in your chairs laughing I will continue to grow the conservative base. I am so glad that you are so amused at how far down your party has come. Can you tell me when you had so few U.S. Senators or U.S. House Reps'.

The real fun will be next year when each of the past loosers line up to see who can be the most liberal and get that vermont vote, yes I know it happens in 2008 but the positioning is there. The real betting is that there will be a pure split in the donkey party since Hillary was not tough enough about the war, etc..

Last year my organization signed up 400,000 new voters in florida. The donkeys used ex-felons(probably some of your relatives) to go door to door to get personal data from home owners.

In the florida house the back 2 rows are reserved for the 35 d's that are left. Since you like to sit back and laugh come on down and sit with them.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 3:11 PM | PERMALINK

Dumbyo, Secretary of Idjits, we know you are half a man, but you could at least get that half in gear.

First, what a shock, you are a liar. No "organization" except the Florida DMV registered as many as 400,000 new voters in 2005. You could look it- up except you are too fucking dumb. Next time, pick a lie that is not so easily disproved with public records.

Secondly, I'm shocked that you worked for the Democratic Party going door-to-door. Who knew?

Finally, I'm still waiting for your prediction. Whatsamatter? No stones?

BTW if a mouth-breathing imbecilic, illiterate, halfwit alien can "grow the conservative base" more power to you. Do you teach math, English, and civics to your anencephalic conquests as well? Fear Dumbyo's mighty army of fuckwits!

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 3:56 PM | PERMALINK

The Christian Coalition of Florida registered 413,214 last year. Since you have never seen the inside of a church you would not have heard of us.
We just put 428,000 plus signatures on a state pro-family ammendment which will be on the ballot also.
Next time look before you leap donkey.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 4:07 PM | PERMALINK

If a tree falls in the forest and no one hears it...

If we constantly slap down an idjit troll and he doesn't even get the jokes or references...

Oh, who am kidding, solar--of course it's still just as funny!

Posted by: shortstop on April 18, 2006 at 4:17 PM | PERMALINK

shortstop, laughing her patootie off

You know, they say you're not supposed to laugh at your own jokes.

But I'm not sure I'm down with that... I rather like it when we crack ourselves up.

Atta-be, shortstop!

Posted by: obscure on April 18, 2006 at 4:42 PM | PERMALINK

Dumbyo, Secretary of Idjits, bleats:

"We just put 428,000 plus signatures on a state pro-family ammendment which will be on the ballot also."

Well, the State of Florida is completely unware of any ballot initiative by the Christian Coalition of Florida. Did you sign with an X?

http://election.dos.state.fl.us/initiatives/initiativelist.asp

Shocking! I guess that makes Dumbyo a liar- again!

Also the 400,000 voters registered by your organization is just a myth- the DOS in Florida disagrees that any organization registered that number last year. Dumbyo's not just fucking stupid, he's a serial prevaricator.

BTW, the Christian Coalition has little to do with churches and less to do with religion.

Still waiting for your 2006 election predictions, mouthy little halfwit. I guess even typing is too brave a step for someone of your cowardly instincts.

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 4:45 PM | PERMALINK

If a tree fell on Dumbyo, would he be smart enough to know it?

Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 4:46 PM | PERMALINK

But I'm not sure I'm down with that... I rather like it when we crack ourselves up.

Aw, obscure, I wasn't laughing at myself so much as I was helpless with giggles at dumbyo's recurring "looser" motif. Talk about talking to a brick wall!

Between solar's and obscure's wit and solar's bulldogging (I want you with me next time I have to deal with the phone company), I'm just in awe of the talent here. You permanent minority types are gooooooooood.

Posted by: shortstop on April 18, 2006 at 4:56 PM | PERMALINK

http://www.florida4marriage.org/signpetition.html

I guess I will have to explain the registration process to you. We take the necessary form from the supervisor of elections in each county. Each chapter has its own. We then work directly with the churches in our drive. Currently we are pushing for another 155,000. I do not understand how anyone would think that you could turn in one list of 400,000 new registered voters, no dear, it is one at a time in each county.
In addition we have the registration pamplets that we place on the car windows at church, we do the same for the voters guide.

So the 400k plus was registered state wide county by county. I would not expect you to understand this process. But I cannot believe anyone would actually think that there is a place you can find if one organization turned in x amount of new voters.

Since the churches work with us, we have a chairman assigned to each church, then we know when there are new residents as they vistit the church and the process begins.

I hope this explains it, but I understand if you do not comprehend this process, by your previous comments.

You guys might try the same idea, by standing outside of gay bars, tatoo parlors, or abortion mills.

Posted by: daveyo on April 18, 2006 at 5:28 PM | PERMALINK

I have a pair of u.s. house of representative cuff links given to me by one of my campaigns.

Did you get one of those nifty stickers mocking war veterans and purple hearts at the RNC in 2004 too?

Posted by: ckelly on April 18, 2006 at 6:40 PM | PERMALINK

I have a pair of u.s. house of representative cuff links given to me by one of my campaigns

I thought they usually used ankle bracelets for house arrest.

Posted by: ckelly on April 18, 2006 at 6:45 PM | PERMALINK

Dumbyo, Secretary of Idjits, notorious tax cheat and all-around fuckwit pules:

"But I cannot believe anyone would actually think that there is a place you can find if one organization turned in x amount of new voters."

Actually there is, since the Florida DOS maintains records of new voter registrations, statewide, by source (and no source other than "motor voter" approaches the number you lie about). Bzzzt, you lose, liar.

See here is how it works- I understand the process and you simply lie about it.

But I guess one can learn something even from a fucktard like you- who knew they milled abortions? I certainly didn't. I'll leave the gay bars to you, Gannon, Mehlman, and Dreier.

Here's another chance for you to display the courage of your convictions (no, not the convictions that keep you from voting).


Dumbyo predicts that after the 2006 elections the composition of the US Senate will be:


_____ Republicans

_____ Democrats

_____ Independents

and that the composition of the House of Representatives will be:

_____ Republicans

_____ Democrats

_____ Independents


Posted by: solar on April 18, 2006 at 7:08 PM | PERMALINK

solar, our friend is now attempting to impersonate you in e-mail. Comically, his spelling may be even worse there than here.

Posted by: shortstop on April 19, 2006 at 8:30 AM | PERMALINK

My spelling is Ok, my typing sucks bigtime. Badly typed missives with good spelling intentions are probably from me. Poorly typed communications with no fucking idea as to how the English language works are definitely from Dumbyo.

I fear Dumbyo is just another unemployed looser, for all his delusions of adequacy.

Posted by: solar on April 19, 2006 at 10:39 AM | PERMALINK

here is my opinion
do you really think so?

Posted by: Old Lady on April 20, 2006 at 6:34 PM | PERMALINK




 

 

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