Friday, January 25, 2008

It's Hard Always Being Right

On January 19th I said...

Expect Bill to waggle a finger, squint his eyes and lie earnestly in the "I didn't have sexual relations with that woman" (come to think of it, maybe Clinton DIDN'T lie...maybe he was pointing at Hillary at the time.) Some charge, some slander, some lie from a self-righteously angry Bill is coming.

Here's the headline from todays headline from Reuters:

By Deborah Charles

SPARTANBURG, South Carolina (Reuters) - The resurgence of the old Bill Clinton, flushing with anger and wagging his finger as he fights for his wife's presidential bid, has cast a shadow over her campaign and could mar his new image as a global statesman.

Hillary cackles and cries on cue, Bill waggles his finger and squints his eyes and, meanwhile, no one on the left SAYS anything.

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emma sweet said...

It's hard always being right? So, like, how would you know? What the hell kind of blog is this? You post a short Reuter's article from SOUTH CAROLINA on Bill, sexy, yummy Bill, wagging his finger yadda, yadda, yadda. You really give no commentary of any merit. So, what else is new. It's hard being a republican, that's fer shure. Oh wait. You wouldn't know about that either.

emma sweet said...

The South Carolina You Won't See on CNN
South Carolina Primary Colors: Black and White?
by Greg Palast

South Carolina 2000: Six hundred police in riot gear facing a few dozen angry-as-hell workers on the docks of Charleston. In the darkness, rocks, clubs and blood fly. The cops beat the crap out of the protesters. Of course, it's the union men who are arrested for conspiracy to riot. And of course, of the five men handcuffed, four are Black. The prosecutor: a White, Bible-thumping Attorney General running for Governor. The result: a state ripped in half - White versus Black.

South Carolina 2008: On Saturday, the Palmetto State may well choose our President, or at least the Democrat's idea of a President. According to CNN and the pundit-ocracy, the only question is, Will the large Black population vote their pride (for Obama) or for "experience" (Hillary)? In other words, the election comes down to a matter of racial vanity.

The story of the dockworkers charged with rioting in 2000 suggest there's an awfully good reason for Black folk to vote for one of their own. This is the chance to even the historic score in this land of lingering Jim Crow where the Confederate Flag flew over the capital while the longshoreman faced Southern justice.

But maybe there's more to South Carolina's story than Black and White.

Let's re-wind the tape of the 2000 battle between cops and Black men. It was early that morning on the 19th of January when members of International Longshoremen's Association Local 1422 "shaped up" to unload a container ship which had just pulled into port. It was hard work for good pay. An experienced union man could earn above $60,000 a year.

In this last hold-out of the Confederacy, it was one of the few places a Black man could get decent pay. Or any man.

That day, the stevedoring contractor handling the unloading decided it would hire the beggars down the dock, without experience or skills - and without union cards - willing to work for just one-third of union scale.

That night, union workers - Black, White, Whatever - fought for their lives and livelihoods.

At the heart of the turmoil in South Carolina in 2000 then, was not so much Black versus White, but union versus non-union. It was a battle between those looking for a good day's pay versus those looking for a way not to pay it. The issue was - and is - class war, the conflict between the movers and the shakers and the moved and shaken.

The dockworkers of Charleston could see the future of America right down the road. Literally. Because right down the highway, they could see their cousins and brothers who worked in the Carolina textile mills kiss their jobs goodbye as they loaded the mill looms onto trains for Mexico.

The President, Bill Clinton, had signed NAFTA, made China a "most favored nation" in trade and urged us, with a flirtatious grin, to "make change our friend."

But "change," apparently, wasn't in a friendly mood. In 2000, Guilford Mills shuttered its Greensboro, Carolina, fabric plant and reopened it in Tampico, Mexico. Four-hundred jobs went south. Springs Mills of Rock Hill, SC, closed down and abandoned 480 workers. Fieldcrest-Cannon pulled out of York, SC, and Great America Mills simply went bust.

South Carolina, then, is the story of globalization left out of Thomas Friedman's wonders-of-the-free-market fantasies.

This week, while US media broadcasts cute-sy photo-ops from Black churches and replay the forgettable spats between candidates, the real issues of South Carolina are, thankfully, laid out in a book released today: On the Global Waterfront, by Suzan Erem and E. Paul Durrenberger.

Erem and Durrenberger portray the case of the Charleston Five dockworkers as an exemplary, desperate act of economic resistance.

Thomas Friedman's bestseller, The World is Flat, begins with his uplifting game of golf with a tycoon in India. Erem and Durrenberger never put on golf shoes: their book is globalization stripped down to its dirty underpants.

While Friedman made the point that he flew business class to Bangalore on his way to the greens to meet his millionaire, Global Waterfront's authors go steerage class. And the people they write about don't go anywhere at all. These are the stevedores who move the containers of Wal-Mart T-shirts from Guatemala to sell to customers in Virginia who can't afford health insurance because they lost their job in the textile mill.

And the book talks about (cover the children's ears!) - labor unions.

South Carolina is union country. And union-busting country. But who gives a flying fart about labor unions today? Only 7%, one in fourteen US workers belongs to one. That's less than the number of Americans who believe that Elvis killed John Kennedy.

Think "longshoremen" and what comes to mind is On the Waterfront with Marlon Brando, the good guy, beating up the evil union boss. The union bosses were the thugs, mobbed-up bullies, the dockworkers' enemies. The movie's director, Stanley Kramer, perfectly picked up the anti-union red-baiting Joe McCarthy zeitgeist of that era of - which could go down well today.

Elected labor leaders are, in our media, always "union bosses." But the real bosses, the CEOs, the guys who shutter factories and ship them to China … they're never "bosses," they're "entrepreneurs."

Indeed, the late and lionized King of Union Busters, Sam Walton, would be proud today, were he alive, to learn that the woman he called, "my little lady," Hillary Clinton, whom he placed on Wal-Mart's Board of Directors, is front-runner for the presidency. She could well become America's "Greeter," posted at our nation's door, to welcome the Saudis and Chinese who are buying America at a guaranteed low price.

So what happened those five union men charged felonious reioting in 2000? Through an international union campaign, they won back their freedom - and their union jobs - after the dockworkers of Spain, the true heroes of globalization, refused to unload the South Carolina scab cargoes.

Erem and Durrenberger ask themselves why they were so drawn to a story of five Carolina cargo-handlers put in prison a decade ago. Maybe it's because the Charleston Five show how courage and heart and solidarity can lead to victory in the midst of a mad march into globalization that threatens to turn us all into the Wal-Mart Five Billion.

smackdown said...

Quotes

"Well, he found out how to quit you."
-- FOX News bastard John Gibson making fun of Heath Ledger's death, Link


This is what those Republican bastards are like without their masks.
Gays are sub-humans to be ridiculed by the straight, white people God likes best.


"I think Heath Ledger watched the Clinton-Obama debate last night. I think he
was an Edwards guy, cause he saw his Edwards guy was just completely irrelevant."
-- that bastard John Gibson, again, proving he's the scum of the Earth, Link


Tell me John, would it be just as funny if Cheney's daughter had died?
Would you be laughing if Newt Gingrich lost his gay daughter, too?


"Is he laughing that Heath Ledger died because he made a movie about two gay men?
Is that why this young father dying was? A punchline to John Gibson? If you make a
movie about being gay, your death becomes a punchline? That is absolutely stunning,
that John Gibson would be that mean-spirited and hateful."
--Joe Scarborough, feigning shock that his precious GOP mocks gays,
www.bartcop.com

smackdown said...

Roger Stone
AKA Roger J Stone, Jr.

Born: 1952


Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Government
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Campaign consultant, GOP dirty trickster

Longtime political operative and no stranger to dirty tricks. Worked for Chuck Colson in 1972 at the Committee to Re-Elect the President (i.e. Nixon). Helped strategize for the Reagan presidential campaign and Arlen Specter's Senate campaign. Worked on Bob Dole and Donald Trump's unsuccessful presidential campaigns. Also appears to have been helping Al Sharpton's 2004 presidential campaign, for some reason.

In 1996, Roger and his wife Nydia purportedly placed an ad in Swing Fever magazine looking for single men and couples to join them in group sex. According to reporting in the National Enquirer and the Star, the copy proclaimed:


C-161,787-DC* INSATIABLE COUPLE
We are hot, athletic and very fit. We are seeking similar couples or exceptional muscular, well hung, single men. She's 40DD-24-36 and bi. She loves to fuck hard and deep. He's 195 lbs., trim, muscular and 8" +. She prefers jocks, miliary men, and body builders. No fat people or smokers need respond. Send photo and phone. No photo, no response! We are interested in DC, VA, MD, NYC, Miami, and LA.

VOICE MAIL 12209

In August 2007, Stone vehemently denied having left the following message on the telephone answering machine of New York Governor Eliot Spitzer's father:


"This is a message for Bernard Spitzer: You will be subpoenaed to testify before the Senate committee on investigations on your shady campaign loans. You will be compelled by the Senate sergeant at arms. If you resist this subpoena, you will be arrested and brought to Albany. And there's not a goddamn thing your phony, psycho, piece-of-shit son can do about it. Bernie, your phony loans are about to catch up with you. You will be forced to tell the truth and the fact that your son's a pathological liar will be known to all."
This despite the fact that according to caller ID logs, the call was placed from a phone number registered to Stone's apartment. Stone added: "Putting together a voice tape that sounds like me wouldn't be hard to do." (And how would he know that?)


Wife: Ann E.W. Stone (m. 1974, div. 1990)
Wife: Nydia Stone (Cuban)
Son: Scott


University: George Washington University


Committee to Re-Elect the President
Citizens United Not Timid
Young Republicans Chairman (1977-79)
Watergate Scandal
Florida 2000 Recount

Evan is a boil on the ass of society said...

On the Republican side, the biggest winner may be Rudolph Giuliani.

Big winner? Giuliani.


You're a motherhumping genius.

O'Fleck said...

Noone on the left says anything.

The Clintons are despised by most of the activist left, you ignorant twit. Only we have good reasons for that which differ from your knee jerk hatred.

Greg said...

The Clintons are despised by most of the activist left, you ignorant twit. Only we have good reasons for that which differ from your knee jerk hatred.

Even with that admission, you and the rest of the "activists" have voted for the Clintons anyway, and will again when the time comes. Who is the ignorant twit?

Anonymous said...

David Limbaugh says:
I remember him sidling up to the media by falsely claiming George Bush didn't level with the American people about how long the Iraq war could take.


I remember him blaming dirty campaign tricks on Bush in South Carolina in 2000, when investigations revealed there was no evidence Bush was behind it.


I remember him joining liberals in slandering the truth-telling Swift Boat veterans as "dishonest and dishonorable."


I remember his disingenuous derision of the across-the-board Bush tax cuts as being only for the rich.


I witnessed him changing his position on immigration to shore up support in South Carolina, then after that primary arrogantly denying to Sean Hannity that he'd flip-flopped.


People can assess for themselves whether McCain is always straight, but hopefully they'll base their decision on the evidence and not his hero status. I seriously doubt McCain will win the GOP nomination, precisely because of his infidelity to conservative principles. Consider:

He crusades against Guantanamo, favors constitutional rights for terrorists but opposes tough interrogation techniques, was the ringleader of the Gang of 14, which legitimized the filibustering of judicial nominees, and is the godfather of political speech-suppressing and Democrat-favoring campaign-finance reform legislation.

He has displayed contempt for conservative evangelicals, opposed Bush's pro-growth tax cuts for reasons other than he says (spending), has engaged in other class-warfare rhetoric like demonizing oil and drug companies, co-sponsored the abominable McCain-Kennedy illegal immigrant-forgiveness/open-borders/Social Security zapping bill, and even voted for the Specter amendment, which could have conferred consulting rights on Mexico concerning the erection of a southern border fence.

He sold out on global warming, opportunistically opposed drilling in ANWR, favors re-importation of drugs from Canada, and promoted the McCain-Kennedy-Edwards patients bill of rights. Even his pro-life credentials are not as pristine as we're told: He opposes reversal of Roe vs. Wade and sided with anti-political speech zealots in filing an amicus brief against Wisconsin Right to Life.

Vote for McCain if you wish, but please don't insult conservatives by suggesting he's one of us.

Meanwhile Psychet, who would support a pig if it carried the GOP label maunders on about how wonderful he would be.

O'Fleck said...

Who is the ignorant twit?

That would be a simple dickhead named Greg. Clintons, even at their worst possible, are light years ahead of any Republican pig.We judge them by Liberal standards; not those of you backward fools.

o'fleck said...

Peggy Noonan writes that GW fucked the elephant:
On the pundit civil wars, Rush Limbaugh declared on the radio this week, "I'm here to tell you, if either of these two guys [Mr. McCain or Mike Huckabee] get the nomination, it's going to destroy the Republican Party. It's going to change it forever, be the end of it!" When Noonan and Limbaugh are off the train, you know only psychos and rats remain.

This is absurd. George W. Bush destroyed the Republican Party, by which I mean he sundered it, broke its constituent pieces apart and set them against each other. He did this on spending, the size of government, war, the ability to prosecute war, immigration and other issues.

Were there other causes? Yes, of course. But there was an immediate and essential cause.

And this needs saying, because if you don't know what broke the elephant you can't put it together again. The party cannot re-find itself if it can't trace back the moment at which it became lost. It cannot heal an illness whose origin is kept obscure.

But Sayet, who should know how easy it is to be wrong -- every time, says it's landslide time for the GOP.

Local 69 of the carpetlickers union said...

We judge them by Liberal standards; not those of you backward fools.

Like how big a dildo can you cram up your ass.

Greg said...

That would be a simple dickhead named Greg. Clintons, even at their worst possible, are light years ahead of any Republican pig.We judge them by Liberal standards; not those of you backward fools.

Yes, and the only liberal standard is ignorance. Blind followers, always defending the actions of their kinsman regardless of how atrocious their policies or behavior. At least conservatives will call a spade a spade. We turn on our own when they lie or betray conservative principals. Democrat lemmings like yourself would follow the Clintons off the end of a cliff. Leftists praise the Clintons for their turpitude and villainy. It is telling to any moral soul which party is on the side of evil.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

I see a silver lining to a third term for the Bill and Hillary co-Presidency.

Lessons learned:

It takes 2 years of Clinton to get Congress back into Republican hands.

It takes 6 years of Bush to squander a Republican Congress.

With Hillary back in the Oval Office, we conservatives get to stop playing on defense.

Won't be long now until Democrats won't even have the votes in Congress to suggest color scheme changes in the Senate and House carpeting.

gnrlmac said...

Todully braindead actually says: Yes, and the only liberal standard is ignorance. Blind followers, always defending the actions of their kinsman regardless of how atrocious their policies or behavior. At least conservatives will call a spade a spade.

This idiocy is in response to a post in which a dem OPPOSES Clinton!! And on a blog where the blogger gushes over EVERY freakish GOP candidate. These morons don't even know what's going on around them in a tiny venue like this.

gnrlmac said...

This must be the site where all the clowns gather to outdo each other...listen to this one:

With Hillary back in the Oval Office, we conservatives get to stop playing on defense.

They're run the govt (into the ground) and this oblivious boob thinks they've been "playing defense." How does this place collect these dingalings?

grnlmac said...

Yes, and the only liberal standard is ignorance. So many really little girls; so little time.

And here's the GOP standard...god, there's a new one every day...

A former aide to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney who also played a leadership role in Iowa's College Republicans was arrested by Des Moines-area police earlier in the week on outstanding warrants related to his status as a convicted sex offender.

Matthew Joseph Elliott, aged 26, and identified in numerous accounts as Matt Elliott, was arrested on Jan. 21 for outstanding warrants relating to his registered sex offender status, according to the Polk County government website. The Iowa registry of sex offenders also shows that he was convicted of exploiting a minor and given a "low" risk assessment.

The website Truth Caucus and an additional source independently confirmed to RAW STORY that Elliott was the same individual described in a Feb. 2006 account in the Washington Post. He briefly joined the Iowa presidential campaign staff of Governor Mitt Romney before leaving to run for a seat in the Iowa state legislature.

Additionally, Elliott was a leading College Republican in Iowa while attending Drake University, where he served as student body president. Elliott also served as director of the Iowa Republicans' Legislative Majority Fund.

Iowa state records show he was convicted on the sex charges in October 2006, months after leaving the Romney campaign.

West Des Moines police arrested Elliott while they were investigating the death of 7-month-old Alexis Gilbert, according to KCCI8-TV, found dead in her family's home where Elliott was staying. Elliott has been questioned, but not charged in relation to her death, which has been ruled a homicide. Gilbert's mother, Kristina, is 16 years of age, and her family has refused to explain Elliott's relationship to the family, according to the Des Moines Register.

local 3-8 of the fudge packers union said...

I love the way the gay mafia works to out and destroy their opponents. What's really funny is when they use it against their own... like the way Hillary is currently using Larry Sinclair to destroy Obama.

AFL-glbt said...

I hear that Local 69 of the Carpet Lickers Union is breaking away from Local 3-8 of the Fudge Packers Union in a dispute over power tools vs hand tools. Evidently the Fudge Packers are refusing reimburse the Carpet Lickers for battery expenses.

Let's hope this rift doesn't impact the Clinton Campaign. Apparently the Fudge Packer's there have been getting short-shifted.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

They're run the govt (into the ground) and this oblivious boob thinks they've been "playing defense." How does this place collect these dingalings?

See what I mean. Why do I, as a conservative, have to defend the government, run into the ground or not?

According to my Constitution, Congress spends the revenues.

Dems want to offer me a "tax rebate?" Nice. Do they think it's because my taxes are too high?

fog said...

Dems want to offer me a "tax rebate?" Nice. Do they think it's because my taxes are too high?


Wow, how ignorant are these lunatics? This is GW's plan...that's why most of the rebates go to people who don't need them and why they won't do any good...just like the rest of his insane plans.

dumberthanastumpdemocrat said...

Wow, how ignorant are these lunatics? This is GW's plan...

Right. The President writes/sponsors legislation and the House and Senate veto or sign it.

Just keep mining the gas in the Ignerint Moon Mine. Maybe then you'll learn to stand on your head before opening your mouth.

emma good said...

How To Ruin a Perfectly Good Country
Bush Administration
by Jaime O'Neill | January 26, 2008 - 11:43am

article tools: email | print | read more Jaime O'Neill
— from the Chico Beat

To get started, enshrine ignorance and elevate folly. Elect people to high office who don't know much about history, for instance, and then let them have pretty much unfettered powers free from the checks and balances that were originally concocted in order to keep things from getting ruined.

Be sure that your children graduate from school and enter adulthood even more ignorant of their history than their leaders are, and be sure that they are equally clueless about their system of government.

Undermine confidence in the significance of voting by clouding election results.

Elect people to govern who don't believe government is a good thing. Such elected representatives will, then, ensure that government fails to fulfill its functions because when government does exhibit such failures, those elected representatives have proven their point.

Instill passivity in the populace. In a democracy, for instance, a passive electorate will accept the subversion of the government bureaus instituted to serve the people's interests. When, for example, functionaries are put in charge of the Environmental Protection Agency who are actively hostile to the environment, a passive nation will countenance such an egregious betrayal of public trust.

But, if you are intent on ruining your nation, don't stop at one or two such agencies. Be sure that the Department of Justice is run by people who are fuzzy on the concept of justice, and that the people named to be in charge of guarding the nation's public airways and media outlets are actively working for media monopolists who restrict the public uses of those airways and outlets.

Be sure that your intelligence-gathering agencies spend much of their time spying on the citizenry, and that any foreign intelligence they turn up is first weighed and evaluated for possible political consequences to those in power. Intelligence inimical to the interests of those in power shall be excised or redrafted accordingly.

This same approach should also be applied to the findings of scientists. When and if scientific evidence reveals data injurious to political or pecuniary interests of the nation's rulers, then that science will be identified as junk and will, accordingly, be junked in favor of science purchasable from science vendors already in corporate employ.

Trivialize news and information until reporting about the activities of minor entertainment figures is equal to reporting about the decisions that are affecting the lives of the citizenry.

Employ a network of disinformation specialists on radio and TV whose role it is to simplify all matters of national consequence, and to turn global disputes into clashes of good and evil, with all acts of your government cast as good, and all contrary acts portrayed as evil. If you have created a sufficiently ignorant populace through the work of your schools and your media, such a rendering of reality will be readily accepted by the governed.

If possible--and it is always possible--create an external threat, and use that threat to sow a permeating atmosphere of fear. Tweak this fear whenever it is necessary to distract the public from anything you want to escape their attention.

And keep that public attention scattered and antic. Manipulating the various media will make this easy, as will the endemic obsession with celebrities and trendiness fostered and fed by those media.

Intrude religion into all public discourse as often as possible, and blur the distinctions between church and state. This has multiple advantages. Religion can be used to bathe the most venal acts in heaven-sanctioned righteousness. Religious zealots can be counted upon to respond to the code phrases that indicate that the nation's leaders share their zealotry, and religious disputes can also serve as a distraction from the things that put the aims and desires of the powerful ahead of the interests of the country.

Always manipulate the language, affixing labels to those who oppose your policies, repeating those labels in negative contexts until each of them retains the power to convey evil or harm simply by invoking them.

Positive connotations are as useful as negative connotations, so select words that associate policies with generally cherished values and attitudes. If you wish to strengthen domestic spying, for instance, push your objectives by lumping such activities under rubrics like "homeland" or "security," the kinds of words no one is ever against.

Waste is profit. Maintaining power--and ruining a perfectly good nation--is dependent upon waste because government waste generates the profits that line the pockets of those whose largesse keeps you in power.

The biggest bull in the herd of sacred cows is the military. Bolster that bull land gild that sacred cow. The gilding of the military begins and ends with the image of the foot soldier, the grunt, the G.I. Once "our boys," or "our brave men and women in uniform" have been properly gilded and enshrined, it is imperative that you associate yourself with those soldiers in every way you can, always taking pains to blur the distinction between the soldiers and the politicians who have put them at risk. One way to accomplish this blurring is by highly publicized behind-the-lines visits to media-friendly sites where you can be photographed sharing a safe meal with soldiers before hastening back to the nation's capital.

Always amplify division between people and contending interests, driving wedges between races and ethnic groups, remembering to pit working people against one another whenever possible--and it's always possible. Xenophobia will trump self-interest if you have been successful at maintaining the level of ignorance necessary to ruining the country for the benefit of yourself and your powerful associates.

Provide no models for emulation. Turn athletes into overpaid hucksters and drug abusers, and turn youth culture into a megaphone for the disaffected and the defeated, make everything venal and ripe for cynicism, turn the anger of the dispossessed back in on themselves in ways that market self destruction and self-punishing rebellion for the profit of media moguls. Make idealism uncool and unpopular. Channel the resulting spiritual hunger into illegal but readily available drugs, or into the evangelical religiosity that preys on the desire to have prayers heard for profit, or the aggrandizement of the merchants of messianic mercies.

Pump the people full of high fructose corn syrup, injecting the stuff into nearly everything they eat until they are as swollen as ticks, barely able to squeeze themselves into oversized gas-swilling SUVs for their pilgrimages to the big box stores that sell them all their overworked hearts desire.

Export jobs; import goods; borrow heavily from unreliable allies and trading partners. Ensure the indebtedness of future generations. Balance no budgets, but pass on the costs of war profiteering and government contracted waste to the children and grandchildren of the taxpaying classes. Spend taxpayer money as if there's no tomorrow, and live accordingly, indifferent to any concept of a healthy heritage that would mark your time here, guaranteeing that your memory will occupy a bleak and resentful place in the hearts of those who come after you, left with the debt and the mess you've bequeathed to them.

Anonymous said...

evan,

you really should consider moderating your comments, not for content but for people who just cut and paste whole articles. you aren't obliged to allow your blog's comments section to be hijacked.

Anonymous said...

Right. The President writes/sponsors legislation and the House and Senate veto or sign it.

And here they've got a monkey who doesn't know that administrations get their agenda through by using congress to pass legislation!! Wow.
Like someone said, these idiots are just for kicking around.

hugo weaving said...

John McCain...believes in man caused G warming.

Opposes torture.

Opposes the right on immigration.

Is not a social conservative.

But he's going to be your man. And, suddenly, you'll believe everything he does...like a pack of frigging sheep.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Dems want to offer me a "tax rebate?" Nice. Do they think it's because my taxes are too high?

Wow, how ignorant are these lunatics? This is GW's plan...that's why most of the rebates go to people who don't need them and why they won't do any good...just like the rest of his insane plans.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said rapid passage would "help alleviate the economic pain felt by millions of Americans."

"I told the president that I hoped that we can use this model of bipartisanship to work together on unemployment insurance and Medicaid and other issues that spring from a weakened economy," Pelosi said.

If the measures fail to supply an adequate economic jolt, she said, "there will be more to come."


Squirm, bitches.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Do Dems want to make Bush's tax cuts permanent or not?

gayteamclinton said...

I love the way Lefties avoid the Larry Sinclair story like the plague. Must be because they planted it and don't want to get accused of spreading it. If it had involved a gay affair with a married Republican presidential candidate our boys and girls here wouldn't stop talking about it!

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

I dunno about that GTC. After seeing Al Sharpton discussing cocaine shipments in FBI surveillance videos and Washington DC mayor Marion Barry smoking crack in video performances of his own, it isn't entirely inconcievable that a black Democrat politician might hit a crack pipe with someone he just met.

But I think Sinclair's story of giving a blow job to Obama takes it over the top.

clingus said...

Sen. John McCain of Arizona accused former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney of having once supported a U.S. troop withdrawal from Iraq, sparking an angry demand for an apology from Romney, who called the statement "dishonest." Florida GOP Primary on Tuesday. Dem Primary is Not Recognized by DNC. 1/28

hugo weaving said...

Squirm, bitches.

Idiot still trying to deny it's Bush's idea. See, dumbkopf, he has to work with Congress to get it through, but it's his proposal. Do you morons have ANY idea how govt works?

hugo weaving said...

Do Dems want to make Bush's tax cuts permanent or not?

NO!! Some of the whores parading as democrats do, but real democrats definitley do not want to retain lower taxes for the rich. They're adults and believe the bills must be paid.

clingus said...

So, who's the little closet fag on here who can't talk about anything but queer stuff? Poor, sick, little dick. I could care less if Sinclair of anyone else blew Obama every night for the last twenty years.

emma sweet said...

The only time it would be of any interest at all is if Obama was consistently bashing gay sex and backing that bashing with an anti-gay voting record and promoting family values. But, that aint what Dems do. That's what the hypocritical republicans (like Larry Craig) do.

Evan is a boil on the ass of society said...

Us lefties are smart enough to understand the difference between unfounded accusations and those that have the weight of evidence behind them. I guess that's why we're lefties, because we retain an ounce of common sense.

Back on topic, it's amazing that Evan's entire career in punditry is founded on straw men.

no one on the left SAYS anything.

Lots of us on the left have been bothered by the things that Bill Clinton has done on the campaign trail. Just today, Glenn Greewald posted about it. I guess that's another reason why we're lefties, because we stick to principle rather than using, say, evangelicals to gain power and then throw a fit when those evangelicals start saying things like, "You know, Jesus probably would have wanted us to help the poor" like Mike Huckabee does. Of course, all this campaign back-and-forth is just another way for conservatives to deflect attention from the disastrous consequences that their policies have had on the United States. Evan is nothing if not consistent in that, instead of using logic and reason to question the policies of an administration that has done more to harm this country than any in recent memory, he chooses to attack Democrats and liberals based on some low-level sniping done by one loose cannon.

cplingus said...

Giuliani...incompetent crackpot: A 1998 memo reveals that then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani, currently running for President on the GOP ticket, built New York City's emergency command center in World Trade Center Building 7 over the objections of the city, the New York Times reports.

EXCERPTS
“Seven World Trade Center is a poor choice for the site of a crucial command center for the top leadership of the City of New York,” a panel of police experts, which was aided by the Secret Service, concluded in a confidential Police Department memorandum.

Evan is a boil on the ass of society said...

Which was why he was on the streets of New York on September 11, because he had nowhere else to go, not because he was showing some great "leadership" quality. Not that any of this matters now - his campaign is dead in the water, despite all of Evan's silly predictions that he was actually the big winner in the first two primaries. In the end, the American people aren't comfortable electing a tinpot dictator and world-class opportunity lacking any sort of substantive ideas about governing a nation like Roodie to the highest office in the land. The fear that the general populace has of undue powers being absorbed by the executive (where the Bush administration would have nothing on a theoretical Giuliani administration) is greater than their fear of the Muslims and other assorted Brown Folk.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Squirm, bitches.

Idiot still trying to deny it's Bush's idea. See, dumbkopf, he has to work with Congress to get it through, but it's his proposal. Do you morons have ANY idea how govt works?

According to Speakerette Nancy Pelosi, it's a "bipartisan proposal," and that if giving away this 150 Billion dollar "tax rebate" doesn't "alleviate the economic pain of millions of Americans" then there will be "more to come" in the future.

Squirm, bitches. Squirm.

Do Dems want to make Bush's tax cuts permanent or not?

NO!! Some of the whores parading as democrats do, but real democrats definitley do not want to retain lower taxes for the rich. They're adults and believe the bills must be paid.

Speakerette Nancy Pelosi is a whore parading as a Democrat? According to her, the "tax rebate" is a "bipartisan proposal," and that if giving away this 150 Billion dollar "tax rebate" doesn't "alleviate the economic pain of millions of Americans" then there will be "more to come" in the future.

Sounds to me like she wants to make Bush's tax cuts permanent, eventually.

Squirm, bitches.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...
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Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

The only time it would be of any interest at all is if Obama was consistently bashing gay sex and backing that bashing with an anti-gay voting record and promoting family values. But, that aint what Dems do. That's what the hypocritical republicans (like Larry Craig) do.

Yes! Down with hypocrisy!

So, it's okay to be gay as long as you're a Democrat; and it's okay to be black as long as you're a Democrat; and it's okay to be a crack smoker as long as you're a Democrat; but it's NOT okay to be a gay black crack smoker, even if you're a Democrat.

I'm glad we cleared that up.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

It's too bad the tolerant left is shunning the gay cause of coke head Larry Sinclair, who only wants people to know that he's the best blow job crack head Obama allegedly claimed he's ever had.

Hypocrites.

Evan is a boil on the ass of society said...

If there was one iota of evidence that Larry Sinclair isn't just an attention-seeking crackpot, there'd be something worth discussing there. But since there isn't, you'll have to enjoy talking to the void.

tom wright said...

Speakerette Nancy Pelosi is a whore parading as a Democrat? According to her, the "tax rebate" is a "bipartisan proposal," and that if giving away this 150 Billion dollar "tax rebate" doesn't "alleviate the economic pain of millions of Americans" then there will be "more to come" in the future.

Sounds to me like she wants to make Bush's tax cuts permanent, eventually.


I imagine Pelosi might want to make the tax cuts permanent...which is why real democrats hate the phony bitch, along with Reid, Baucus and many other GOP moles. How fucking stupid can you cockroaches be? Bush makes a proposal, then he presents it to congress where they give their input and try to make it a bipart bill...duh...read a little basic gummint, monkey. Or just keep up with the news as it develops. Currently, as the bill stands it is useless since it is a typical GOP giveaway to those who don't need it.

Hawley m. Smoot said...

So, it's okay to be gay as long as you're a Democrat; and it's okay to be black as long as you're a Democrat; and it's okay to be a crack smoker as long as you're a Democrat; but it's NOT okay to be a gay black crack smoker, even if you're a Democrat.

I'm glad we cleared that up.


It isn't just econ Mr. 90% is stupid on. hahahahaha

tom wright said...

Lotsa luck with that Sinclair thing, buddy. Personally, I'm a lot more worried over that now wet drunk monkey in the WhoreHouse on Penn Ave. BTW,are you still pissed over GW and those Tijuana crack whores?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Larry Sinclair is Hillary Clinton's deployed footsoldier, not a Republican's. Certainly not a conservative's.

Maybe he is an "attention-seeking crackpot."

Maybe he's one of those horribly discriminated against gays the Democrats like Pelosi champion when Democrats like Baucus are out smearing straight people as "gays" as some form of shaming insult.

Maybe Barack Obama is straight and being smeared as a gay, by a gay.

Maybe Barack Obama is gay.

Maybe it's not enough that Hillary needs to stop Obama because he's black, he's got to be stopped because he's gay too.

Democrats don't seem to mind giving away crack rocks to register voters.

Let me guess. Democrats have an alternate definition for the word "hypocrisy."

subicpvt said...

Hey, I just found a toothless guy who said Beamish liked it that way...so much less dangerous.

emma sweetgirl said...

MoonMullins sez:Yes! Down with hypocrisy! So, it's okay to be gay as long as you're a Democrat; and it's okay to be black as long as you're a Democrat; and it's okay to be a crack smoker as long as you're a Democrat; but it's NOT okay to be a gay black crack smoker, even if you're a Democrat.
I'm glad we cleared that up.


The only thing you've ever cleared up, possibly and only possibly, is a bad case of acne. You know, the GOP should stop calling itself the big tent and rename it the Big Closet.

emma sweet said...

BeamBanger says:Let me guess. Democrats have an alternate definition for the word "hypocrisy."

The definition I find is: professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess. You know, like Larry(I'm not gay)Craig (R-Gay).

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

The only thing you've ever cleared up, possibly and only possibly, is a bad case of acne. You know, the GOP should stop calling itself the big tent and rename it the Big Closet.

Coz like, gays are bad, m'kay.

Hypocrisy, thy name is Democrat.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

But openly gay people, like Larry Sinclair, are "attention-seeking crackpots."

And blacks that don't vote Democrats are "Uncle Toms"

And Christians that don't vote Democrat are "Bible thumpers."

And if it's nicht Stackenblocken, the Democrat Nazis will pummel you too.

W. Stance said...

Hahah...the big closet...I like that. What do you think Beamish's problem is...syphilis?...or is he just a dumb shit?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

The definition I find is: professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold or possess. You know, like Larry(I'm not gay)Craig (R-Gay).

Or professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold possess. You know like "gays should be free to kick a cop's shoe under a stall when they want a quickie, as long as they're not doing coke with a future black president who actually is black."

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Hahah...the big closet...I like that. What do you think Beamish's problem is...syphilis?...or is he just a dumb shit?

But, it's not Republicans running alleged gays out of office on account of their alleged gayness, and it's not Republican federal prosecutors running non-"Uncle Tom" blacks (whatever those are) off to prison (or if they're lucky, the hip hop recording studio).

So I guess my problem is that I think, for myself, and this automatically precludes me from voting Democrat with a clear conscience.

So, tell me. Why do you vote for Democrats? The free cheese?

emma said...

CrackBeam:Or professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold possess. You know like "gays should be free to kick a cop's shoe under a stall when they want a quickie, as long as they're not doing coke with a future black president who actually is black."


From the above, I'd say he has some serious issues with cracks--anal and rox. It goes w/o saying that he's a dumb shit.

emma said...

But, it's not Republicans running alleged gays out of office on account of their alleged gayness,


Whoa boy, it was Repubs who wanted Craig to step down.

Mr. Cheddar said...

So I guess my problem is that I think, for myself. So, tell me. Why do you vote for Democrats? The free cheese?

Wow...free cheese...is there a GOP left who isn't a stale, witless babboon?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Yes, Democrats have given out crack rocks to entice black people to register for Democrats, and the probably hope that these reliable black voters never learn about such serious Democrat champions of civil rights like Bull Connor in schools that Democrats fight having their children bussed away to.

Meanwhile, they gay parade up until it's an election year again, and then it's shut up Uncle Tom, shut up RuPaul, we're the champions of civil rights, just ask the Cherokee, the Japanese, and that President (Johnson) that obtained illegal surveillance of Martin Luther King having extra-marital sex while he was busy whipping his dick out to people in the Oval Office as an explanation for the Vietnam War.

But Republicans are the dumb shits.

Uh-huh.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Still, no actual reasons to vote for Democrats among the Democrats here.

Y'all are so going to suck on defense.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

I'm going to use my first "tax rebate" to subscribe to X-Box Live for 6 years.

I haven't decided what I'm going to do with the "more to come" promised by Speakerette Pelosi.

She'll probably make Bush's tax cuts permanent when Bush is out of office, and say "Look what we tolerant gay-friendly Democrats did for you! We saved you from reverting back up to Bill Clinton's tax rates!"

Then she'll give you a crack rock, and tell you to be careful not to smoke it around the snippy campaign staff members.

C'est la vie, Democrat.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

I just illegally downloaded the song "Third Eye" by Tool while America's surveillance capabilities are still directed at terrorists.

Maynard can be happy with his tax rebate.

Who knows what horrible violations of privacy will occur for those of us not getting abortions during the next Democrat turn at the helm.

Better do your downloading now.

"So good to see you.
I've missed you so much.
So glad it's over.
I've missed you so much.
Came out to watch you play.
Why are you running away?"


Y'all are so gonna suck on defense.

everybody knows said...

Just a little liberal group...FIFTY THOUSAND MEMBER AGU position on climate change:
WASHINGTON – A statement released on January 24 by the WORLD'S LARGEST SCIENTIFIC SOCIETY OF EARTH AND SPACE SCIENTISTS —the American Geophysical Union, or AGU—updates the organization’s position on climate change: the evidence for it, potential consequences from it, and how to respond to it.

The statement is the first revision since 2003 of the climate-change position of the AGU, which has a membership of 50,000 in 137 countries. The society adopted the statement at a meeting of AGU’s leadership body, the AGU Council, in San Francisco, California, on 14
Human Impacts on Climate

The Earth's climate is now clearly out of balance and is warming. Many components of the climate system—including the temperatures of the atmosphere, land and ocean, the extent of sea ice and mountain glaciers, the sea level, the distribution of precipitation, and the length of seasons—are now changing at rates and in patterns that are not natural and are best explained by the increased atmospheric abundances of greenhouse gases and aerosols generated by human activity during the 20th century.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

The prospective Democrat voters have gone awful silent here all of a sudden.

Ted Kennedy did just tell Hillary Clinton to "tone it down" for Lent or he'll take her for a drive, so maybe the word's out.

Still, the silence is overwhelming.

Is there a reason to vote for a Democrat for President?

I feel like I'm like looking for "progressive Jews" in Cynthia McKinney's old Congressional district after her bitter election loss.

Hello?

Ya'll are so gonna suck on defense.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

I can raise the median temperature of the Earth by increasing the number of thermometers in Earth's desert regions.

Ban thermometers. Global warming solved.

Next problem?

Local 3-8 of the Fudgepackers Union said...

I take it from the resident DNC trolls posting here that just so long as you're "honest" about being a gay hound dog, then it's okay to be a gay hound dog and you'll vote for him. But if the candidate pretends to NOT be a gay hound dog, he's a hypocrite to be "outted" and spanked.

Okay, I'll accept that argument... until we go back to Bill Clinton years and the wagging finger... "I did NOT have sex with that Woman..."

Hypocrites!

local 3-8 of the fudgepackers union said...

So, who's the little closet fag on here who can't talk about anything but queer stuff? Poor, sick, little dick.

That would be you, the DNC Hypocrite Troll who posts nothing but gay shit about Republicans.

local 3-8 of the fudgepackers union said...

Us lefties are smart enough to understand the difference between unfounded accusations and those that have the weight of evidence behind them. I guess that's why we're lefties, because we retain an ounce of common sense.

Yeah, if it's a Republican being accused, then the charges are true, and if it's a democrat being charge, let's not bother to investigate them....

Sanctimonious hyprocrites

Greg said...

Yeah, if it's a Republican being accused, then the charges are true, and if it's a democrat being charge, let's not bother to investigate them....

Sanctimonious hyprocrites


Liberals are never hypocrites because to most, there is no real concept of right or wrong. In other words, as long as you don't preach against something, then it's not wrong for you do to it. So, for example, if you go to a stall soliciting sex from another man, it's ok as long as you don't publicly stand up against that behavior. Because liberals only pretend to have a sense of morality to get votes, they are given a pass even when they DO publicly stand up against some moral position. I believe their base KNOWS they're lying and the motives behind it. Nobody of the left is accountable for anything to anybody as long as it furthers the cause of liberalism.

nanc said...

just what this country needs, a potus who has its spouse ride in to the rescue every stinking time she has a hotflash.

G-d help u.s.

emma said...

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...
But openly gay people, like Larry Sinclair, are "attention-seeking crackpots."


No. Openly gay people are mostly Democrats, like Representative Barney Franks, Melissa Etheridge, Ray Buckley (chairman of the N.H. Democratic Party), Martina Navratilova, Marlon Brando, Gore Vidal...it's a long list. Larry Sinclair is a person making unsubstantiated claims about someone else who happens to be running for the Democratic presidential nomination, not a person proclaiming his own homosexuality.

emma said...

Oh yeah, Marlon Brando is no longer a Democrat. He's dead.

local 2+2=3 of the dnc hypocrites union said...

Larry Sinclair is a person making unsubstantiated claims about someone else who happens to be running for the Democratic presidential nomination, not a person proclaiming his own homosexuality.

He's giving dates and times and has offered to take a polygraph. So why not take him up on it?

local 2+2=3 of the dnc hypocrites union said...

Better yet... ASK OBAMA and see what he says. And if it turns out that Obama has lied... I'll bet you STILL defend Obama because Democrats are merely hypocrites in denial.

living in a dnc fools paradise said...

Democrats like to think they're "authentic", but they're about as authentic as a $3 bill.

The only difference between a Democrat and a Republican is that a Republican tries to maintain a standard and fails, whereas as a Democrats has no standard and justify's it by fooling himself into believing that "at least he's not a hypocrite".

I'll take the hypocrite and failure over the fool any day of the week.

living in a dnc fools paradise said...

Bill Clinton lies under oath... lies to the American people and that's okay. "It was just about sex," thinks the Democrat.

George Bush makes an error in believing that Saddam Hussein had WMD's and the same Democrat starts screaming, "Bush lied, children died!"

fools paradise said...

Truth to a Democrat is whatever makes him feel good about himself.

Sounds like the very definition of an "authentic" fool.

denile democrat said...

The president is expected to speak fervently of his trust in Americans, even as he asks voters to trust him with more surveillance authority—now being debated in the Senate—and billions more for the war in Iraq.

But the downturn in the economy has shaken what’s been a pillar of his power, and Bush knows he will have to share the stage more this year even as he tries to hold on to a piece for himself.

Nothing illustrates this better than the new $150 billion economic stimulus package, a major subject tonight but one not even in early drafts of speech a month ago.

The president will single out Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Republican Leader John Boehner for their work in shaping the bill, which comes before the full House Tuesday.

Greg said...

I hope Obama wins the nomination. It's fun to watch Slick Willy try his old tricks on a black democrat - even more fun to watch the black community turn on him. Karma has been waiting to exact it's toll on the Clintons for a long time. Both Clinton and Obama are socialists with little to no executive experience, but at least Obama is willing to break apart from and stand up against the white democrat machine. It's about time.

emma said...

CrackBeam:Or professing beliefs, feelings, or virtues that one does not hold possess. You know like "gays should be free to kick a cop's shoe under a stall when they want a quickie, as long as they're not doing coke with a future black president who actually is black."

Being arrested by a policeman for breaking the law is somewhat different than having allegations made against one by some Joe Blow Nobody.

emma said...

George Bush makes an error in believing that Saddam Hussein had WMD's and the same Democrat starts screaming, "Bush lied, children died!"

First of all, George Bush didn't make an error. Actually, he's made a lot of errors, but this was a lie. Second of all, even if this was an error, he not only did not correct the error, but continues it and wants to continue it...indefinitely.

emma said...

The only difference between a Democrat and a Republican is that a Republican tries to maintain a standard

No, he tries to impose standards, which he does not follow, on others.

Greg said...

First of all, George Bush didn't make an error. Actually, he's made a lot of errors, but this was a lie. Second of all, even if this was an error, he not only did not correct the error, but continues it and wants to continue it...indefinitely.

The congress and Bush were privy to the same intelligence. I can't believe you dorks are still talking about this. Anyway, it doesn't even matter. Bush Sr skrewed up when he didn't take out Saddam in the 90s, and Clinton wanted to take Saddam out but was too preoccupied with his own problems. GW Bush should have invaded as soon as Saddam started defying all of the agreements he had made with the UN. Bush waited far too long, and it's all because of the oil-for-food program and the corruption and influence it had in the UN. Saddam needed to be taken out, and thank God, now he's gone. If we finish the job, Bush (and the US as a whole) will be remembered as heroes in the region just as we were when we overturned the evil Japanese and Nazi regimes after WW2 and rebuilt them - just as Reagan was loved and respected in the Soviet Unio, especially the ex-soviet states, after the fall of the communist state. Who else in the world has invested as much money into helping destroy corrupt dictatorships and rebuild them into free nations? Nobody even comes close.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Larry Sinclair is a person making unsubstantiated claims about someone else who happens to be running for the Democratic presidential nomination, not a person proclaiming his own homosexuality.

No, Larry Sinclair is a person that claims to vividly recall sucking Barack Obama's dick, and that Barack Obama allegedly told him he's the best cocksucker evah.

All Obama has to do is come out and say who sucked his dick better, and Sinclair's credibility is destroyed.

I'm still trying to figure out why Hillary's playing the "gay black cokehead marital infidelity" card.

Must be a substantive policy difference.

local 2+2=3 of the dnc hypocrisy union said...

No, he tries to impose standards, which he does not follow, on others.

Which one is that, the standard of no standards? LOL! It sure isn't the one of saying and doing the same thing. Becuase THAT would actually be a standard.

Now refer back to the original statement. The only difference between a Democrat and a Republican is that a Republican tries to maintain a standard


Hypocrite

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

substantive.... I crack myself up.

I'll be here until the Demokkkrats forgo burning crosses and burn the whole church down.

Tip your bartenders and waitresses.

tip o'squeel said...

...or the closest cow.

cplingus said...

Why minorities hate the racist right: "President Bush's threat to veto a bill intended to improve health care for the nation's American Indians is both cruel and grossly unfair. Five years ago, the United States Commission on Civil Rights examined the government's centuries-old treaty obligations for the welfare of Native Americans and found Washington spending 50 percent less per capita on their health care than is devoted to felons in prison and the poor on Medicaid."

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

ba-dump-bump.

So, what are the reasons anyone should vote for a Democrat?

And which Democrat?

Is Ted Kennedy a member of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy to bring down the Clintons?

Should Larry Sinclair go back in the closet? Should he only do coke with Roger Clinton? Should he join Barney Frank's flophouse brothel?

Where do Democrats stand on these pressing issues?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Why minorities hate the racist right: "President Bush's threat to veto a bill intended to improve health care for the nation's American Indians is both cruel and grossly unfair. Five years ago, the United States Commission on Civil Rights examined the government's centuries-old treaty obligations for the welfare of Native Americans and found Washington spending 50 percent less per capita on their health care than is devoted to felons in prison and the poor on Medicaid."

Well golly. Them uppity Injuns paid Jack Abramoff with something, didn't they?

simes said...

Whenever the goofball right is nailed permanently with something like their ENDLESS moral hypocrisy which has become the main fodder for the late night shows, they start trying to project it back on the other side...and make themselves even funnier than usual. Notice every little monkey feels compelled to end his illiterate blurt with "hypocrite" today? That tells you what barb they've got in their poor uneducated asses today. Somebody neds to post THE GOPerv LIST again.

nawlinsbabe said...

Just looked back at today's posts...there was one dufus still defending GW's war lies!!! Hahahahahhahaha that's a good stratagery.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Simes,

Yes, you keep such a list handy for barbs because you'd much rather be talking about substance.

Fuck, I projected again.

Evan Sayet is a boil on the ass of society said...

If we finish the job, Bush (and the US as a whole) will be remembered as heroes in the region

If I find a sack containing 100 million dollars in American currency by the side of the road, I'll be rich. Rich I tells ya!

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

If I find a sack containing 100 million dollars in American currency by the side of the road, I'll be rich. Rich I tells ya!

That's only 65 million and change after taxes.

Better find it before Bush's tax cuts expire.

local 69 of the carpetlickers union said...

Somebody neds to post THE GOPerv LIST again.

You mean the one written by the hypocrite gays outting gays they claim to be hypocrites? Post away, hippo crit.

btw - How's the gay thing working for ya with the American public? Still can't run openly on the "queerify everything" platform, huh? Maybe you should be more truthful about the gay agenda then. Hypocrite.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

So gonna suck on defense.

First one to cry about the "politics of personal destruction" gets a stinkfist.

nawlinsbabe said...

Of course, their other big projection project is the "left has no standards" thing. Since the whole raison d'etre of the left is to constantly improve the current standards and the right's goal is to keep them the same or take them backward, they have to disown their own agenda. Man, what a pig sty to live your miserable, backward lives out in.

cplingus said...

First one to cry about the "politics of personal destruction" gets a stinkfist.

Haha...all they've got is Sinclair and they're stupid enough to bring up the "politics of personal destruction." Wow, you've really got to be defective in some serious way to be a wingbat these days.

herb 25% Hoover said...

Here are the recessions and their Republican presidents:
August 1957 to April 1958 (Eisenhower),
April 1960 to February 1961 (Eisenhower),
December 1969 to November 1970 (Nixon),
November 1973 to March 1975 (Nixon and Ford),
July 1981 to November 1982 (Reagan),
July 1990 to March 1991 (Reagan), and M
arch 2001 to November 2001 (Bush II).


It's not an accident!
Cutting taxes for the super-rich kills the economy - every time.
Then the super-rich can take their giant windfall and buy bankrupt companies.

Vote Democrat - save your own damn business!

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

CPlingus gets the first Hillary stinkfist.

Nawlinsbabe, who were the alleged J-E-W-S that tricked the voters in progressive Democrat Cynthia McKinney's Congressional district not to vote for her?

Were they tossed out of the Democratic Party like Lieberman for not being as steadfastly reliable as Robert Byrd?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Herb Hoover was a "socialist" according to FDR's political playbook.

But Jimmy Carter's tax increases with a Democrat-controlled Congress really put us in the "malaisse."

That's Franch for "double digit inflation and double digit unemployment."

Anonymous said...

Hillary Clinton personally ushered 261 earmarks through Congress this year, nearly 200 more earmarks than the other leading presidential
candidates, COMBINED.

Her earmarks include more than $300,000 for the Gay Men's Health
Center of New York and $1.5 million for the Abyssinian Development Corporation (ADC), a Harlem-based non-profit whose leader gave her presidential campaign a major endorsement last weekend..

nawlinsbabe said...

Did they put Psychet on anti-psychotic medicine? He's taken the insane intro off the top of his page. It WAS very embarrassing for him.

emma said...

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...
Herb Hoover was a "socialist" according to FDR's political playbook. But Jimmy Carter's tax increases with a Democrat


You are really as repetitious and boring as socket. Here, read this again, himbo:
herb 25% Hoover said...
Here are the recessions and their Republican presidents:
August 1957 to April 1958 (Eisenhower),
April 1960 to February 1961 (Eisenhower),
December 1969 to November 1970 (Nixon),
November 1973 to March 1975 (Nixon and Ford),
July 1981 to November 1982 (Reagan),
July 1990 to March 1991 (Reagan), and
March 2001 to November 2001 (Bush II).

It's not an accident!
Cutting taxes for the super-rich kills the economy - every time.
Then the super-rich can take their giant windfall and buy bankrupt companies.

Vote Democrat - save your own damn business!

katrinavictim said...

Since the whole raison d'etre of the left is to constantly improve the current standards...

How does not applying them to yourself an improvement? LOL!

shoppingspreedemocrat said...

It's not an accident!

No shit Sherlock.

How come there's a recession following EVERY Democratic Administration. It's called "taking responsibility"... something Democrats know nothing of.

Ah, how I long for the good old days of inflation combined with unemployment (stagflation) and malaise under Jimmy Carter. How I long for 444 more days of watching American hostages being paraded in front of Middle Easterners to chants of "Death to America". NOT!

katrinacatastrophemilker said...

Of course, their other big projection project is the "left has no standards" thing

Projection? LOL! Try straturgery

Alinsky's Rule 4: Make opponents live up to their own book of rules. “You can kill them with this, for they can no more obey their own rules than the Christian church can live up to Christianity.”

Only the right doesn't suffer from the delusion that they aren't being hypocritical when they BREAK their own rules. Or that "Critical Theory" and its' so-called "improvements" are little more than deliberate naive hypocrisy's.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Vote Democrat - save your own damn business!

From what? Tax cuts?

USARMYdotter said...

Conservatives even want to go backward in SCIENCE...it's why they jailed Galileo.

Hansen: White House 'Reviews And Edits' All Testimony By Government Scientists; 'Do you know that before a government scientist testifies to Congress his/her testimony is typically reviewed and edited by the White House Office of Management and Budget?' Disgraceful. 1/29

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Conservatives even want to go backward in SCIENCE...it's why they jailed Galileo.

Yup. It was them danged ol' fundie Christian White Anglo-Saxon Papists that done ol' Galileo in, and you'll be Inquisitioned and Excommunisticated if you says other wise.

Simes! Someone's trying to get your Rice-O-Roni consolation prize.

You're going to play hell trying to out-retard USArmydotter.

Fight! Fight!

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Is it just me, or does it seem that the the prospective Demokkkrat voters here do not have any presentable reasons to vote FOR any of the three remaining Demokkkrat candidates for President?

I've asked, what, five times already?

Is this question too "rocket surgeon" for the Dimwitokkkrats to answer?

Hello?

I should vote for Hillary Clinton because....?

I should vote for Barack Obama because....?

I should vote for John Edwards because....?

emma good said...

Yup. It was them danged ol' fundie Christian White Anglo-Saxon Papists that done ol' Galileo in, and you'll be Inquisitioned and Excommunisticated if you says other wise.

Simes! Someone's trying to get your Rice-O-Roni consolation prize.

You're going to play hell trying to out-retard USArmydotter.


Any you're playing hell trying to out-retard yourself. Your poor red ass is begging you, "Please, please don't lettem kick it again!" But, your weak brain won't lissen. I can't believe your profile...says you're 37 years of age....didn't mention you have the mind of a five year old.

usarmydotter said...

Yup. It was them danged ol' fundie Christian White Anglo-Saxon Papists that done ol' Galileo in, and you'll be Inquisitioned and Excommunisticated if you says other wise.

It's the conservative mind, simple one...it has various incarnations in various eras...but it's always the same...backward looking ...opposed to new knowledge...reactionary...usually "religious." Today it's stem cells, then it was Galileo...the vile creatures exist in every culture...the Taliban in Afghanistan, the fundamentalist right in the US. Shallow little man.

emma said...

It's the conservative mind, simple one...it has various incarnations in various eras...but it's always the same...backward looking ...opposed to new knowledge...reactionary...usually "religious." Today it's stem cells, then it was Galileo...the vile creatures exist in every culture...the Taliban in Afghanistan, the fundamentalist right in the US. Shallow little man.

Like I said, five-year-old mind.... can't believe you have to explain it to him, usarmydotter.

thinkingwiththeirsmallheadsisprogressive said...

...but it's always the same...backward looking

Yep, and stuffing your dick into some guys asshole is forward thinking... kinda like saying one thing and doing another.

How freakin' progressive.

thinkswithhisdick said...

beamish, if you've got the mind of a five year old that three more years experience than either of these "forward thinking" retards.

local 69 of the carpetlickers union said...

...so red emma, when are you starring in the next presentation of the Vagina Monologues? I hear that you've been cast as an as yet undiscovered incurable yeast infection.

'A' for Andronicus said...

Boo Hoo... look who's cryin' now.

Sen. Hillary Clinton's staff had confirmed interviews earlier today with Fox News Channel, MSNBC and CNN. They were to be conducted after the President's State of the Union address. After wrapping an interview with Sen. Obama, CNN's Anderson Cooper said, "Senator Clinton agreed to talk with us. At the last minute she canceled. Her campaign is offering no explanation."

MSNBC and FNC confirm with TVNewser that Clinton canceled her appearances on those networks as well.

nofrieschips nocokepepsi said...

WASHINGTON (AP) - Ted Kennedy says his endorsement of Barack Obama wasn't meant to be an insult aimed at Hillary Rodham Clinton or her husband.

The Massachusetts lawmaker joined Obama this morning on talk shows, following yesterday's announcement that his backing goes to the Illinois senator. He says he'll support Clinton if she is his party's eventual pick for president, saying it's "enormously important" for the nation to elect a Democrat and "change the direction of the nation."

But he says, the party needs "new energy," and the public wants a "new day and a new generation."

Anonymous said...

Acrimony reigns in Republican Party on eve of Florida vote
TAMPA, Florida: The Republican contest for Florida ended in acrimony on Monday as the two leading candidates traded attacks.

None of the rallies for Giuliani at airports in Sanford, Clearwater, Fort Myers or Fort Lauderdale drew even 100 supporters.
Romney, former governor of Massachusetts, began attacking at dawn, accusing McCain of allying himself with liberal Democrats in the Senate and betraying conservative principles on legislation involving immigration, the environment and campaign finance.

"If you want that kind of a liberal Democratic course as president, then you can vote for him," Romney said. "But those three pieces of legislation, those aren't conservative. Those aren't Republican."

McCain volleyed back by describing Romney as a serial flip-flopper who had taken multiple positions on a variety of issues, including gay rights, global warming and immigration. "People, just look at his record as governor," McCain said at a shipyard in Jacksonville. "He has been entirely consistent. He has consistently taken two sides of every major issue, sometimes more than two."

So, who you boys for...the liberal McCain or the liberal Gov.?

fudgepackers local 3-8 said...

We're all for the peanut-butter pusher, Obama!

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

It's the conservative mind, simple one...it has various incarnations in various eras...but it's always the same...backward looking ...opposed to new knowledge...reactionary...usually "religious." Today it's stem cells, then it was Galileo...the vile creatures exist in every culture...the Taliban in Afghanistan, the fundamentalist right in the US. Shallow little man.

Make sure you tell your friends that you shouldn't have fucked with us when we come to chop your head off.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

So, who you boys for...the liberal McCain or the liberal Gov.?

Alan Keyes / Duncan Hunter write in.

Evan Sayet said...

Far from conservatives being anti-science, it is the Democrat to whom truth and science means nothing.

This is the entire basis of the "political correctness" movement in which truth is defined as anything that attacks the good, right and successful and elevates in esteem and stature all that is evil, failed and wrong.

When one is stifled, as they are on campuses across the country, for not spewing the leftist cults' dictates one has a clear idea of which side cares about truth and which side fears it.

Look into the Lawrence Summers story, the President of Harvard University who was fired for daring to suggest a scientific explanation that ran counter to the Liberal Fascists on the university campuses. Suffice it to say not only did he meet with the hate and lies of the leftists but he's now no longer employed there.

So...you can go back centuries to a (misrepresented story) about the church or go back a couple of years to what happens wherever leftists rule.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Yes, but Evan -

Leftoidal psychologists at UC-Berkeley have provided conservatives with an insanity defense should we find ourselves accidentally taken alive while upholding our 10th Amendment rights to use our 2nd Amendment rights to defend our 4th Amendment rights.

nohomosinthesciences said...

How can conservatives be anti-science? Science is the conservative's bread and butter. Liberals don't understand science. That's why they excel in the fictional realm of arts & letters.

simes said...

Psycho says...So...you can go back centuries to a (misrepresented story) about the church or go back a couple of years to what happens wherever leftists rule.

Hahah...yar. centuries to where leftists rule and don't believe in EVOLUTION, STEM CELL RESEARCH or GLOBAL WARMING...you pathetic weirdos keep up that projecting thing, though...have you noticed? it's not working anymore...EVERYONE is laughing at you. If you got your way long enough, you'd be condemning Galileo all over again...posthumously.

intellectuallyimpairedsimes said...

The only one currently laughing is the fool who doesn't know better. So it's kinda like... when we're not laughing with you, simes, we're laughing AT you.

newspaperexpert said...

Leftists believe whatever they read in the newspapers. If it weren't for newspapers, Leftists wouldn't know what day of the week it was. They're trapped into believing whatever the most recent Lancet study gets reported in the NY Times. And those studies that don't make the NY Times, those are fictions for conservatives to read.

algorethealbacore said...

...that's why any crackpot sky is falling environmental study or UFO sighting becomes an instant Leftist cause du jour. A scientific study that doesn't make a sensational headline is ignored and immediately forgotten.

Greg said...

Conservatives don't deny global warming - they are skeptical of the evidence supporting man-made global warming. We are skeptical of science that is led and funded by politicians, especially if that science effects policy in a way that will give more power to the government or anti-American international bodies.

Conservatives have no problem with stem cell research until it breaks the ethical principals they believe in. Another words, there shouldn't be a business in harvesting babies for research. All of the major advancements in stem cell research have come from adult stem cells anyway.

"Evolution" is a term representing many theories really - some of which have sufficient evidence to support them. However, there are many holes in other parts of the theory, and it's people like you that deny the fact that those holes exist. You also deny the secular creationist theory which is as valid a theory as the big bang. Atheists are part of a religion - a religion of denying God and supporting anything that makes that denial easier.

Greg said...

Oops - I meant to type "In other words" instead of "Another words". Bad childhood habit. All the libs here know, as a conservative, I must've grown up in da sticks wit a couple o' bible thumpin parents that ain't got none book learnin outside of da word o' God.

Anonymous said...

bravo greg!

i like to think that evolution explains how and not why. God created evolution. Done.

snark said...

the blemish sez: Make sure you tell your friends that you shouldn't have fucked with us when we come to chop your head off.

Which explains why we shouldn't have fucked with the Middle East.

snark said...

Published on Saturday, February 19, 2005 by the lndependent/UK
The Final Proof: Global Warming is a Man-Made Disaster
by Steve Connor

Scientists have found the first unequivocal link between man-made greenhouse gases and a dramatic heating of the Earth's oceans. The researchers - many funded by the US government - have seen what they describe as a "stunning" correlation between a rise in ocean temperature over the past 40 years and pollution of the atmosphere.

The study destroys a central argument of global warming skeptics within the Bush administration - that climate change could be a natural phenomenon. It should convince George Bush to drop his objections to the Kyoto treaty on climate change, the scientists say.

Tim Barnett, a marine physicist at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego and a leading member of the team, said: "We've got a serious problem. The debate is no longer: 'Is there a global warming signal?' The debate now is what are we going to do about it?"

The findings are crucial because much of the evidence of a warmer world has until now been from air temperatures, but it is the oceans that are the driving force behind the Earth's climate. Dr Barnett said: "Over the past 40 years there has been considerable warming of the planetary system and approximately 90 per cent of that warming has gone directly into the oceans."

He told the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Washington: "We defined a 'fingerprint' of ocean warming. Each of the oceans warmed differently at different depths and constitutes a fingerprint which you can look for. We had several computer simulations, for instance one for natural variability: could the climate system just do this on its own? The answer was no.

"We looked at the possibility that solar changes or volcanic effects could have caused the warming - not a chance. What just absolutely nailed it was greenhouse warming."

America produces a quarter of the world's greenhouse gases, yet under President Bush it is one of the few developed nations not to have signed the Kyoto treaty to limit emissions. The President's advisers have argued that the science of global warming is full of uncertainties and change might be a natural phenomenon.

Dr Barnett said that position was untenable because it was now clear from the latest study, which is yet to be published, that man-made greenhouse gases had caused vast amounts of heat to be soaked up by the oceans. "It's a good time for nations that are not part of Kyoto to re-evaluate their positions and see if it would be to their advantage to join," he said.

The study involved scientists from the US Department of Energy, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, as well as the Met Office's Hadley Center.

They analyzed more than 7 million recordings of ocean temperature from around the world, along with about 2 million readings of sea salinity, and compared the rise in temperatures at different depths to predictions made by two computer simulations of global warming.

"Two models, one from here and one from England, got the observed warming almost exactly. In fact we were stunned by the degree of similarity," Dr Barnett said. "The models are right. So when a politician stands up and says 'the uncertainty in all these simulations start to question whether we can believe in these models', that argument is no longer tenable." Typical ocean temperatures have increased since 1960 by between 0.5C and 1C, depending largely on depth. DR Barnett said: "The real key is the amount of energy that has gone into the oceans. If we could mine the energy that has gone in over the past 40 years we could run the state of California for 200,000 years... It's come from greenhouse warming."

Because the global climate is largely driven by the heat locked up in the oceans, a rise in sea temperatures could have devastating effects for many parts of the world.

Ruth Curry, from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, said that warming could alter important warm-water currents such as the Gulf Stream, as melting glaciers poured massive volumes of fresh water into the North Atlantic. "These changes are happening and they are expected to amplify. It's a certainty that these changes will put serious strains on the ecosystems of the planet," DR Curry said.

emma said...

"Evolution" is a term representing many theories really - some of which have sufficient evidence to support them. However, there are many holes in other parts of the theory, and it's people like you that deny the fact that those holes exist. You also deny the secular creationist theory which is as valid a theory as the big bang. Atheists are part of a religion - a religion of denying God and supporting anything that makes that denial easier.

This is so totally incorrect that it is hard to find a place to begin. First of all, evolution is an accepted fact. It is the best explanation for the fossil record. Even prominent creationists admit that the transition from reptiles to mammals is well documented in the fossil record. Evolution is always occurring and can even be observed. Birds and insects which were not native to Hawaii were introduced a mere couple of hundred years or so ago and have evolved to take better advantage of the different flora there. Viruses and bacteria are constantly evolve. Some have become resistant to antibiotics and other medicines. It's become a huge problem for scientists. Mosquitos in the tunnels of London's underground evolved to become separate species because they lived in isolation from other groups of mosquitos. There was a program on PBS called "Firing Line," hosted by William F. Buckley--maybe some of you guys have heard of him. He had on a creationist debate panel (of the four, two were theists and one of those was a reverend) which included Michael Behe and Philip Johnson, and evolution was something that the panel resolved exists. Here's the link to the transcript. I suggest to read it for your own edification: Firing Line Evolution

In addition to that, various denominations of christianity accept evolution. Catholicism, the largest contingent of Christianity, is compatible with evolution, for instance.

Finally, atheists usually only deny your made-up galactic god. They are not a religion.

Anonymous said...

like i said: evolution explains how and not why. can we just except this so that we both win. please.

emma said...

This is the link:

Firing Line Evolution

Greg said...

The Final Proof: Global Warming is a Man-Made Disaster

Oh please - don't waste your time reading this editorial junk from the global warming evangelists. For anyone that cares, read this very clear and concise summary of Global Warming data - with FACTS, GRAPHS, and STATISTICS.

A Global Warming Primer

There are many factors that the computer models don't account for still as well, like water vapor. Read this study:

Global
Warming and Natures Thermostat by Roy W Spencer

Greg said...

Evolution is not an accepted fact. Here is an impartial website for you to read -
Holes in Evolutionary Theory at SCIENCE.HOWSTUFFWORKS.COM

You dingbats don't even understand what a theory is. Unbelievable! Here are some of the primary holes as stated on the above website:


- How does evolution add information to a genome to create progressively more complicated organisms?

- How is evolution able to bring about drastic changes so quickly?

- How could the first living cell arise spontaneously to get evolution started?


You guys are like cultists. You're blind to reality!

simes said...

like i said: evolution explains how and not why. can we just except this so that we both win. please.

No one ever said it explains why. And a childish, primitive religion like Christianity certainly does not explain ANYTHING.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Greg,

If you put more data collecting thermometers in the extremely warmer regions of the Earth (like deserts, tropical zones, the equator at sea) and less in colder regions of the Earth (like the Artic Circle and Antartica, atop high mountains, etc.) what kind of "average Earth temperature" can you get?

Well, depending on the number of thermometers used, and where you put them, you can come up with whatever "average Earth temperature" you damned well please.

What gets me is we're supposed to "accept the dogma" that global warming actually exists without question.

We already know the "data" is man-made.

simes said...

This Greg guy is a real looooozer...Oh please - don't waste your time reading this editorial junk from the global warming evangelists. For anyone that cares, read this very clear and concise summary of Global Warming data - with FACTS, GRAPHS, and STATISTICS.

Duh really...now the most respected and HUGE scientific organizations in the world, with tens of thousands of real scientists are "evangelists." Has this poor dufus ever pulled his head out of his ass long enough to get some oxygen to his lone synapse? That debate has been OVER for a long time.

simes said...

Evolution is not an accepted fact. Here is an impartial website for you to read -
Holes in Evolutionary Theory at SCIENCE.HOWSTUFFWORKS.COM

You dingbats don't even understand what a theory is. Unbelievable! Here are some of the primary holes as stated on the above website:


Wow, the duhmeister is outdoing himself. Now he wants to tell us evolution is a theory...rilly...see the deal with theories is that some are new and barely tested and some are tested to the point that evolution is...with massive data and having withstood endless challenges for decades. It is a theory so solid and thoroughly tested that anyone intelligent or informed knows it to be true. As for those things you say it does not explain, that crap has been debunked for ages. That debate is OVER. But, by all means, keep rattling your little brain ...it's very funny.

Evan is a boil on the ass of society said...

The debate over evolution is even more over than the debate over man-made global warming. Evolution is a theory that will never be wholly replaced (just like Newtonian physics wasn't replaced by Einstein, merely modified). The theory of evolution changes to accommodate new data, but it will never be replaced wholesale. It is here to stay because it is scientific reality.

patheticlooserdemocrats said...

If you polled a religious organization like the Catholic Church and asked the experts, how many would profess to believe in the existence of G_d?

Please... polling the scientific faithful and climatologists on the existence of global warming? That's like requesting a solution from the department of redundancy department of solutions.

What are they gonna tell you, that no more money is needed for research?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Make sure you tell your friends that you shouldn't have fucked with us when we come to chop your head off.

Which explains why we shouldn't have fucked with the Middle East.

Actually, you'd think you Demokkkrats would have learned from the Civil War you lost, badly.

You stop being Americans on American soil, it's open season.

Hawley M. Smoot said...

If you put more data collecting thermometers in the extremely warmer regions of the Earth (like deserts, tropical zones, the equator at sea) and less in colder regions of the Earth (like the Artic Circle and Antartica, atop high mountains, etc.) what kind of "average Earth temperature" can you get?

Hahahahaha...this is like a child telling you that he has more candy than you do because his candy bar is broken into two pieces and yours is still in one piece. This boy is literally retarded. See, moron, they give each area of equal size the same weight...hahahahahaha...you're too good to be true.

USarmydotter said...

BTW...who the fuck is g_d?

simes said...

Here's a perfect example of what happens to science under a reactionary regime...the very unmodern rightist sides with failure and EVIL every time...astonishing scum!!!

CBS) As CBS News first reported last spring, FEMA has been under heavy fire for failing to acknowledge then adequately address health problems like respiratory illness associated with the toxic chemical formaldehyde found in travel trailers that became home for hundreds of thousands of survivors of Hurricane Katrina. More than 143,000 families have lived in the toxic trailers, and more than 40,000 still do.

Now, CBS News has learned, the public health fiasco reaches beyond FEMA - into the one of the nation's most respected agencies.


--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

CBS News has learned that the Centers for Disease Control, the nation's top public health agency, suppressed repeated warnings from one of its top scientists, raising questions about whether the CDC bowed to pressure from FEMA to conceal the long-term health risks of formaldehyde in the trailers it distributed to hurricane victims - health risks like cancer and birth defects, CBS News chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reports.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

(CBS) As CBS News first reported last spring, FEMA has been under heavy fire for failing to acknowledge then adequately address health problems like respiratory illness associated with the toxic chemical formaldehyde found in travel trailers that became home for hundreds of thousands of survivors of Hurricane Katrina. More than 143,000 families have lived in the toxic trailers, and more than 40,000 still do.

Well now I'm sold on government provided housing.

Aren't you?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

If you put more data collecting thermometers in the extremely warmer regions of the Earth (like deserts, tropical zones, the equator at sea) and less in colder regions of the Earth (like the Artic Circle and Antartica, atop high mountains, etc.) what kind of "average Earth temperature" can you get?

Hahahahaha...this is like a child telling you that he has more candy than you do because his candy bar is broken into two pieces and yours is still in one piece. This boy is literally retarded.

You fall for the scam, and I'm retarded.

See, moron, they give each area of equal size the same weight...hahahahahaha...you're too good to be true

Ah. What area equals the size of the Pacific Ocean? How about Antarctica?

I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that there's probably more thermometers in Africa than there are in Antartica.

This is too advanced for you, Hawley. You haven't gotten past shapes and colors and how to count yet.

emma said...

What is really so very funny (and I mean SROTFLMAO) is that it was socket's comment quoted below that kicked off the discussion about evolution and global warming. And you just know that he will still insist, despite all of the evidence, despite any facts presented, in the face of all logic, that he is right. regoddamndiculous

"Far from conservatives being anti-science, it is the Democrat to whom truth and science means nothing."

snark said...

Hoot Blemish Smally say: I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that there's probably more thermometers in Africa than there are in Antartica. This is too advanced for you, Hawley. You haven't gotten past shapes and colors and how to count yet.

This from someone who actually paid for (wasted a perfectly good gift card if ya wanna know the truth) and, one supposes, read Liberal Fascism, a windy, circumlocutory, ahistorical tome by Jonah Goldberg. Take a gander at it next time you're at Barnes and Noble. On the second page Goldberg admits that he doesn't even know what a fascist is. The rest of the book is devoted to tossing Hitler, progressives of Teddy Roosevelt's time (or any other time), FDR, Mussolini, French Revolutionaries, Hillary Clinton and others that Goldberg takes a dislike to all into the pot of fascism. Some of it is hilarious, but mostly it is a very dark production of an extremely disturbed, paranoid mind....sort of like Evan's, but slightly, only slightly, more literate.

snark said...

Ha, ha. Ruuuuuuudy, call 911! Roodie will be endorsing McCain. How about them apples!

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Snark,

Burned any good books lately?

Readers here will note that not one of the DemoKKKrats here will answer the following questions:

Americans should vote for Hillary Clinton because _____?

Americans should vote for Barack Obama because _____?

Americans should vote for John Edwards because _____?

So, we're instead going to hear about how Republicans voted for the Excommunicate Galileo Act of 1633.

Even though there were no Republicans or even an United States in 1633, nor even an excommunication of Galileo, nor even a renunciation of faith in Catholicism or science by Galileo himself.

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say Democrats are blithering idiots.

A perfect example of children left behind in education.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Please, no adding Ted Kennedy opposes waterboarding jokes to my No Child Left Behind quip.

Even my puns have limits.

nanc said...

at least you didn't say "it's right always being hard"...

ron white said...

Gopiggies Holding Their Own Responsible:

Ethics panel doing little on Craig case: Five months after the Larry Craig sex-sting scandal broke, the senator is operating publicly as if nothing ever happened. 1/30
__________________________________

Republican Crusade on Earmarks Undermined By Republicans 1/30

10:02 PM

psychet said...

McCain wins Florida, Giuliani expected to drop out.

In this, the more astute blogger can see a huge win for Giuliani.

ron white said...

Is this Beamish guy a liberal trying to make wingbats look like even bigger fools? I guess if a dr. put two thermometers up Beamish's fat ass and only one in his slobbering mouth, he'd get a skewed measurement....hahahahahaha!! But you know they'd never think of anything so terribly complex as that! Wow...I see what you guys mean...this place is beyond belief.

ron white said...

This blogger is definitely mental health impaired and not too bright, but do you think even he is so stupid he's not embarrassed at the quality of his followers?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Y'all are so gonna suck on defense.

I just want to know which Democrat Americans should support, and why.

Such hostility from these leftist mouthbreathers.

You'd think I were asking them to clarify if animal rights apply to Barney Frank's gerbil.

nanc said...

i see sybil's back, eh beamish?

the troll doesn't even know how to separate its personalities - lovin' every minute of this.

wonder how much her thighness is paying this one.

*;]

fudgepackers local 3-8 said...

Still no reasons to vote Democratic, beamish, other than one candidate is melanin rich and the other has a vagina.

Huge-O Chavez said...

You are all underestimating Hillary and Bill. She's gonna win this thing, yet! I should know. She's just like me!

snark said...

Hoot Smalley Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...
Make sure you tell your friends that you shouldn't have fucked with us when we come to chop your head off.

Which explains why we shouldn't have fucked with the Middle East.

You stop being Americans on American soil, it's open season.


No, you historically-challenged dumbo. We've been meddling in the affairs of the Middle East since before Operation Ajax and continue to pursue that failed stratatragedy....and they are righteously pissed off.

pope urban ii said...

No, you historically-challenged dumbo. Mohammedans have been meddling in the affairs of the Europe since before 700 AD and continue to pursue that failed stratatragedy....and we are righteously pissed off.

breck girl leaving the building said...

DENVER (AP) - Democrat John Edwards is exiting the presidential race Wednesday, ending a scrappy underdog bid in which he steered his rivals toward progressive ideals while grappling with family hardship that roused voters' sympathies but never diverted his campaign, The Associated Press has learned.
The two-time White House candidate notified a close circle of senior advisers that he planned to make the announcement at a 1 p.m. EST event in New Orleans that had been billed as a speech on poverty, according to two of his advisers. The decision came after Edwards lost the four states to hold nominating contests so far to rivals who stole the spotlight from the beginning—Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama.

emma said...

pope urban ii said...
No, you historically-challenged dumbo. Mohammedans have been meddling in the affairs of the Europe since before 700 AD and continue to pursue that failed stratatragedy....and we are righteously pissed off.


No, fool. You are allllllll mixed up. "We," the U.S. of A., have been the little busybodies of the world for the short time of our existence.

pope urban ii said...

No, fool. You are allllllll mixed up. "We," the U.S. of A., have been the little busybodies of the world for the short time of our existence.


And the Mohammedens never messed with nobody? That's not what Comnenus' ambassadors told me at the Piacenza!

mullah bush said...

Financial Times of London: "US funds madrassas in Afghanistan." In parts of eastern Afghanistan, US soldiers distribute copies of the Koran and “mosque refurbishment kits” that include sound systems powered by solar panels and prayer rugs. 1/31

fourbarrel said...

IN Guiltiannie's drop out, the asstoot observerator can see the cornerstone of his greatest victory.

double barrel said...

Yas, how many times does poor sayet have to be wrong before his twin parishioners begin to see the Devil's work in his morbid hand?

the perp said...

Well, boys and girl...it appears that McCain is your candidate. As you know, even the evil Limbaugh twins have said they CANNOT SUPPORT HIM and spend much time tearing him large, modern new assholes suited for current traffic conditions. Hahahahahahahaha...is to funny.

simes said...

Hahaha...such hijinx. But can it, Sybil, these poor discarded subchimps are plagued, hagridden and beleaguered enough in their rejected conservitude. Youth are dynamically energized to vote against McCain and his highly modernized Hundred Years War in Iwreck and will be voting against him in droves and phalanxes. The GOP is now finito for the next generation.

margaretmeademocrat said...

Where is Dora when you need a dumbocrat? Is she doing more penis research in comparative anatomical anthropology?

poorlooserdemocrats said...

Rush knows its time to step aside, let Democraps take the fall for the current mess made by a Dem congress and take power back in 2012.

hurricane mccain said...

Latest Rassmussen poll has McCain WHOOPIN' both Shrillary & Osama Hussein Barackma...

Dem's loose again. Soooo sorry for you!

emma said...

pope urban ii speaking for beamish:
And the Mohammedens never messed with nobody? That's not what Comnenus' ambassadors told me at the Piacenza!


Aw, stfu. You losers never know when you've been beaten, throttled and thoroughly dismissed. So, you have to be told so in no uncertain terms. Now, put a sock in it.

emma said...

pope urban ii speaking for beamish:
And the Mohammedens never messed with nobody? That's not what Comnenus' ambassadors told me at the Piacenza!


Aw, stfu. You losers never know when you've been beaten, throttled and thoroughly dismissed. So, you have to be told so in no uncertain terms. Now, put a sock in it.

catch22republican said...

Dem's loose again. Soooo sorry for you!

According to Limbaugh, if McCain wins, conservatives loose.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Snark,

No, you historically-challenged jackass. Socialists have been meddling in the affairs of taxpayers since before Operation: War on Poverty and continue to pursue that failed stratatragedy....and they are righteously pissed off.

So, which Democrat should I vote for?

The "My husbynd was a President" Democrat, the "Hillary's husbynd put my dealer in jail" Democrat, or the "I'm the conceder, not the defeater" Democrat running as a "maverick" Republican?

snark said...

Beamass sez:Snark,No, you historically-challenged jackass. Socialists have been meddling in the affairs of taxpayers since before Operation: War on Poverty and continue to pursue that failed stratatragedy....and they are righteously pissed off.

So when you lose an argument, you just completely change the topic. That tactic might work on your dumb little buddies, but those are the only two it will work on.

notgivinguprepublican said...

So, which Democrat should I vote for?

Don't give up. Write in Sayet. I say we hold out for the real thing.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Snark,

"So when you lose an argument, you just completely change the topic."

Although my topic isn't explicitly my perennial "leftists lack reading comprehension skills" premise, I'd advise you to count how many times I've asked in this thread for reasons to vote for either of the two Democrat candidates. Tally it up before you need three hands to do it.

Why does my topic frighten you?

I'll tell you why. Maybe you missed it:

Y'all are so gonna suck on defense.

Want a different topic?

Pick your teeth up off the floor and explain to the class how cutting defense spending will secure our ports.

Anonymous said...

Romney Accuses McCain of Dirty Tricks
Republican Mitt Romney said John McCain used dirty tricks by suggesting shortly before the Florida primary that the former Massachusetts governor wanted a deadline for withdrawing U.S. troops...

nawlinslady said...

Hot Stuff: Key 9/11 Commission Staffer Held Secret Meetings With Rove, Scaled Back Criticisms of White House. Some panel staffers believe Zelikow stopped them from submitting a report depicting Rice’s performance prior to 9/11 as “amount[ing] to incompetence.” 1/31

anothergophanginitup said...

Rep. Ron Lewis (R-KY) will not seek reelection; Another Republican (tired, bored, afraid) who doesn't want to come back to Congress 1/31

phony prez said...

24 Hours After Touting Clean Coal In SOTU, White House Drops Ambitious Clean Coal Project 1/31

supportroopettes said...

Lucinda Marshall: Rape in the U.S. military; How a fraternal culture and a habit of blaming the victim leave sexual violence unexamined and unpunished. 1/31

Even nazis didn't rape their own.

therightwingmind said...

Reprehensible: Gun Proponents Openly Mock Victims and Families of VA Tech Massacre Along With Advocates Pushing for Universal Background Checks 1/31

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Yoo Hoo!

Why should I vote any of the Democ...

Aw, fuck it.

Golly, that McCain sure is running a dirtier campaign than Romney. Even Romney claims McCain is a Democrat!

Hey did you hear Hillary called Obama a crack head?

You don't say! Wow!

I wonder what Hillary's policy on crack heads is?

Oh I don't know. Crack head jokes are funny though.

And the beat off goes on.

Let the record show I tried really hard to coax an intelligent response from zombies.

splitmyvote said...

It's Hard to be Large, too.

Record noted. NADER in '08!!! The looney Left fringe just keeps on giving and giving... :)

imadividernotauniter said...

Run, Ralph, Run!

2stoopid4primetime said...

Overreach personified.

snark said...

Mr. B: Although my topic isn't explicitly my perennial "leftists lack reading comprehension skills" premise
So, now you're going to blame "leftists" for your evident lack of reading skills and your inability to address an issue?

And, what is this with your paranoia about defense?

The US military spending is almost two-fifths of the total of the entire world.
The US military spending is almost 7 times larger than the Chinese budget, the second largest spender.
The US military budget is almost 29times as large as the combined spending of the six “rogue” states (Cuba, Iran, Libya, North Korea, Sudan and Syria) who spend $14.65 billion.
It's more than the combined spending of the next 14 nations.
The United States and its close allies account for some two thirds to three-quarters of all military spending, depending on who you count as close allies (typically NATO countries, Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan and South Korea)
The six potential “enemies,” Russia, and China together spend $139 billion, 30% of the U.S. military budget.

Here's what we've spent over the past decade:


YR $ BN $2007

2008 643.9 643.9
2007 626.1 626.1
2006 571.6 582.66
2005 554 582.93
2004 534 580.93
2003 500 558.42
2002 382 436.36
2001 348 404.03
2000 323 385.46
1999 310 382.38
1998 289 364.35


So just chill, mcgill, koz we're armed to the teeth....and still afraid of everyone.

As for which Democrat I'm voting for, it'll be the nominee. A steamiing pile of shit would be better than any of the Republicans running.

So, from now on, try to stick with the topic, if your tiny pea brain is capable of it.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Snark,

As for which Democrat I'm voting for, it'll be the nominee. A steamiing pile of shit would be better than any of the Republicans running.

Now we're getting somewhere.

I'm not happy with any of the Republicans still in the race, primarily because they're indistinguishable from Democrats. I'm seriously looking at 3rd party alternatives.

But, you'd vote for a turd if someone told you it was a Democrat.

Sell me the turd then. Why should I vote for whatever turd the Democrats nominate?

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Especially since it is the Democrat turds running around claiming "our ports aren't secure."

dhimmicrat said...

...because when you vote Democrat, you know what you're gettin'... a steamin' stinkin' pile of sh*t...

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