Archive for August, 2007

funny, haha funny

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Tony Snow Hangs It Up

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Earlier this week it was Gonzo.  Now, Tony Snow has decided that it is time for him to go.  Let me say that I wish Tony well.  I know that his chemo will be difficult and he has some rough days ahead of him.  Dana Perino has her work cut out for her.

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Around the Horn Friday: Gonzo’s Gone Edition

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I was torn this week as to whether or not to title this edition to highlight Gonzo or Craig ( I was going to go with “Homo Hokey-Pokey Edition”) but Getting rid of Gonzo is so sweet that I had to go with him. Ding dong the witch is dead! That being said, let’s start […]

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Iraq is fine…duh, why else would planes be shot at?

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A military cargo plane carrying three senators and a House member was forced to take evasive maneuvers and dispatch flares to avoid ground fire after taking off from Baghdad on Thursday night.

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Inyourendo at it’s best

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Thursday Tracking Poll Results Tread: Ron Paul Who?

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These results tell me two things. 1) Noboby other than Ron Paul really has a Delaware network set up yet. (not surprising on the Dem side since everyone is giving it to Biden). 2) Hillary Clinton is not very well liked in these parts. Hillary Clinton 6% (2 votes) John Edwards 17% (6 votes) Barack […]

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DeLiberal Readership Vs. Celia Cohen’s Crapvine

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DeLiberal Readership Vs. Celia Cohen’s Crapvine

Not to brag or nothin’…. *The red line is an extrapolation of Celia’s readership based on interviews with people at the Bar.

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You want hypocrisy?

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This guy tries to have a gay fling in a bathroom and they want him out of office faster than you can say gay pride but….what about all of this… This guys home is raided by the FBI and complete silence oh, and this guy ohhh, sigh and this guy too Yet we have 3 LAWMAKERS […]

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Harry Reid pre-capitualtes to Bush on Iraq Funding

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Just when you think Democrats in Congress could not be any more useless… Somehow they invent new levels of uselessness.

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“I’m Kind of Disappointed in You, Senator”

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Take a few minutes and listen to the leaked audio of the police interview with Larry Craig.  Say good night, Gracie.

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What are you doing here?

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Go read a good blog.

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Tracking Poll Thursday: The “would be” Presidents

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Click Here to vote Polls close at 11:59 tonight. 8:44 UPDATE Hillary Clinton 7% (2 votes) John Edwards 17% (5 votes) Barack Obama 17% (5 votes) Rudy Guliani 10% (3 votes) Mitt Romney 13% (4 votes) Fred Thompson 7% (2 votes) other 30% (9 votes) Other: Ron Paul 3, Joe Biden 1, Al Gore 1, […]

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No Child Left To Blind & Primary News

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Like the Iraq war, the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) legislation is a debacle that will take generations to recover from. Guess who loves NCLB? Yep, Mike Castle. He just loves big government intervention in schools. But there is hope for you budget hawks. Word on the street is that there is a real conservative […]

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wrap your brain around this number

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CEO pay can look like chump change next to private equity and hedge fund managers’ pay. Those managers made an average of $657.5 million in 2006 – more than 16,000 times what the average full-time worker makes, and roughly 61 times that of the average CEO.

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Tom Carper: The Placeholder Senator

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Editor’s note: This is a guest post by an anon Delawareliberal reader. It assumes a general familiarity with Carper’s his votes during the Bush years which identify him is a huge asshole and peice of shit. So knowing he sucks – the question becomes, what do we do with that knowledge? So how can Tom […]

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Breaking: Gonzo is Out

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UPDATE: THIS ONLY HAPPENED ON MONDAY PEOPLE!!!! No…not gay… he has resigned.

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How sad is this?

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This is the White House’s response to not being able to meet 15 of the 18 benchmarks for the surge… A bar was set so high, that it was almost not to be able to be met,” White House deputy press secretary Dana Perino said. “On the other hand, one of the things it does […]

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Hit and Run Lawyer to work for Public Def Office

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Starting Friday, Wharton, who spent 23 years in the Attorney General’s Office, will join the Public Defender’s Office. I sure hope the guy has someone driving him to work….. It seems like just yesterday our little wannabee AG was running over people… they grow up so fast.

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oh my god, plllluuuuhhhhhheeease stop the madness

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Colo. School Bans Tag on Its Playground

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Who doesn’t support the troops?

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this is such a tired, partisan attack, that I can’t believe gets any space these days And it’s terribly unjust that the sacrifices of our support troops go ignored by the big-star media. For just one example, a single military-police battalion lost 37 soldiers killed in the course of their tour. But what do we […]

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Bombing Iran will send “a strong message”

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Man oh man. Mike Castle’s hero, Geroge Bush really creeped me out last night. He sounds dead set on bombing the shit out of Iran. Is that such a good idea? Here are ten reason why it is a terrible idea.

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I never knew NYC had so many farmers

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I never knew NYC had so many farmers

Have a look at the map of Manhattan below (used recently by Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns in a speech). The red dots indicate people who live in Manhattan (and so clearly are neither hurting for money nor tilling the soil on the family farm) but receive agricultural subsidies from the federal government The larger red […]

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And now a word from your pResident…

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“Dick Cheney and I do not want this nation to be in a recession.  We want anybody who can find work to be able to find work.”  60 Minutes II; 12/5/2000

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Please Hold Your Applause

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I am as anxious to pat Dave Burris on the back for a job well-done as anyone on either side of the aisle.  I was proud to be a blogger when he penned the letter that stuck a fork in Atkins.  I was impressed by the facts that he uncovered in the Pink Postcards case.  […]

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What next in Iraq ?

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I’ve been giving Mike Castle hell because he is such a big rubber stamp for Bush, and even now Mike Castle is getting ready to vote for another big blank check for Bush despite the fact that Bush has never had a real plan for Iraq. All the while I’ve never said what I think […]

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