Last night, the President reached back into the archives to pull out the "We need to go to war with Iraq because of 9/11" bit. I keep getting this nagging feeling that some kind of panel or other had come to the conclusion that Iraq had NO CONNECTION to the attacks of 9/11. But, you know, that was how many news cycles ago? I'm probably just remembering it wrong. More Victory Gin over here!
Friday, June 24, 2005
Thursday, June 23, 2005
This vicious, conniving, dirty bastard should be forced to wear a clown suit every day of his life, and the general public allowed to throw pies at him whenever we wish. And I don't just mean plates filled with whipped cream. I'm talking hot, steaming, fresh-out-of-the-oven apple pies. One's that leave a bruise. Jackass jackass jackass, he needs a kick in the ball-bag by an FBI interrogator.
Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Edward Klein continues to flog his largely discredted book about Hillary, and landed on Hannity and Colmes last night (and on Hannity's radio show earlier in the day). Seems to me like the right isn't too pleased with all the innuendo Klein's dishing out. Read this.
You have to wonder, if even Sean Hannity doesn't want to get in on this, how far overboard can Klein have gone?
Thursday, June 16, 2005
So, now that medical science has confirmed what ALMOST EVERYONE EXCEPT DR. SENATOR BILL FRIST, M.D. knew, he's decided everything's okely-dokely-do, and the case is closed. No mention of his unconscionable personal attacks on Michael Schiavo, not one word about the fact that his public (false) statements gave credibility to all the other politicians who decided to jump on the bandwagon (All of whom, btw, need to go to Michael Schiavo's home and apologize to him personally. And if I were Schiavo, I wouldn't answer the door). What we get from the Majority Leader is an "Okay, what's next?"
Frist needs to be shot out of a cannon. Or voted out of office and exposed for the craven piece of scum he is.
Was that a negative, partisan attack? Sorry.
No, I'm not.
p.s.- (1:41 PM) Why isn't there a link to the autopsy story on Drudge's website? He certainly liked to post about the Schiavo Case when it was happeneing...
Friday, June 10, 2005
Take a look at who's been nominated for Greatest American on the Discovery Channel website. We're talking about the All-Time best, as voted by viewers, and apparently, enough people came up with Tom F'ing Cruise to put him on the list. Oh and look, there's Madonna, and Mel Gibson, and hey, it's Tiger Woods and Brett Favre! Hey, who's that Franklin guy? What show was he on? Jimmy Carter? Did he ever set a box office record? Pfft.
Thanks, Discovery Channel viewers, for cheapening the lives and accomplishments of the people on that list that actually deserve the title.
Monday, June 06, 2005
Okay, I don't want to have to download the Hello Bloggerbot right, now, but as John Rogers reminds us, it's the 16th Anniversary of the Tiennanmen Square protests, and ever since then, I've compared every self-professed "Patriot" to the man in this photo. Just a guy in the crowd, who didn't like what he was seeing and did the only thing that he could about it. Sean Hannity can suck it, this is what a Patriot looks like.
Friday, June 03, 2005
Caught the first episode of the Summer's new hit reality show, Hit Me baby One more Time. Honestly, I was looking forward to the nostalgic kick of seeing all those bands from the 80's again. But what could have been a fun trip down memory lane turned out to be an hour long exercise in creepiness. Arrested Development aside, most of the acts have, shall we say, gained a shitload of weight. I swear to God, Mike Reno from Loverboy looked like he was choking on a ham sandwich the whole time he was singing "Working For the Weekend." I guess with all the money he made during the band's heyday, he could finally afford that third chin.
That said, I'm all ready to catch The Knack next week.