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January 05, 2009

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Cornyn Rips Reid On Blago Calls

A top Senate Republican is criticizing Harry Reid's involvement in the Illinois Senate seat scandal, accusing him of meddling in the state's affairs by pushing certain candidates in phone calls to Gov. Rod Blagojevich.

Sen. John Cornyn of Texas, chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, said Reid "has led the charge to deny the people of Illinois a voice" in the process. To be sure, Republicans like Cornyn would rather see a special election in Illinois because it would give the GOP a shot at capturing the seat.

According to a Chicago Sun-Times report Saturday, Reid called Blagojevich on Dec. 3 and urged him to tap either state Veteran Affairs Director Tammy Duckworth or state Attorney General Lisa Madigan, both Democrats, to fill the seat. Blagojevich was arrested less than a week later on corruption charges that included allegations he was trying to sell the seat to the highest bidder.

The paper also reported that Reid advised the Illinois governor against selecting state Senate President Emil Jones, a mentor of President-elect Barack Obama, or Reps. Jesse Jackson Jr. and Danny Davis —all of whom, Reid reportedly said, would face difficulty holding on to the seat when it is up for election in 2010.

"For the last several weeks, Senator Reid has led the charge to deny the people of Illinois a voice in choosing their next U.S. senator in a special election," Cornyn said in a Saturday afternoon statement. "Now we learn that Senator Reid also took the extraordinary step to lobby against two sitting U.S. congressmen and the state senate Majority Leader in Illinois, and instead told Governor Blagojevich that he supported an appointment for an individual [Duckworth] who recently lost a U.S. House election.

"The people of Illinois deserve a simple explanation from Senator Reid: Why does he believe these three Illinois officeholders are 'unelectable' to the U.S. Senate?" Cornyn added.

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Well of all the stupid Democrat stunt's! No wonder Dingey Harry doesn't want to confirm Burris, Reid wanted who Reid wanted in the Senate. What a prejudice Moron! Oh this just get's better by the minute.

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Blogger WomanHonorThyself said...

hey Marie..and they will have power for 4 years..ugh!

January 05, 2009 3:09 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


Ugh yes. But they also have to deal with all of us :-)

January 05, 2009 4:29 PM  
Blogger The Federalist said...

8 years and probably more, after the damage that has been done by the Bush Crime Family.

I don't think Reid, as much I as dislike him, has done anything wrong. The people of Illinois don't have a voice in this process. The governor selects the replacement senator and usually that happens along party lines.

Let's see...why do you think the Republican senate chose not to pressure the Madam List Republican Senator David Vitter from Louisiana???? Because at that time Louisiana had a Democrat governor and would have replaced him with a Democrat.

Why do you think the Republican senate put pressure on Larry Craig to resign??? Because Idaho has a Republican governor that would have replaced him with another Republican.

You guys just won't get over the fact that you f$%^&*d this country over for 8 years and you're pissed you don't get a chance to do it again the next 8.

Too bad...freedom and humanity win out again.

God 1, NeoConned 0.

January 05, 2009 5:06 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


The Bush Crime Family?

Was that nessecary? See that's one of the examples of why I will be on Obama's ass from start to finish!

You people have bashed the same President who has kept your stupid leftist asses safe for the last 8 years, called him numerous names, accussed him of everything under the sun, etc... I have NEVER seen such hatred in all my life, and you guy's are still pissed off!

You have the House, The Senate, and now the Presidency and you are still hating Bush.

How childish!

(You guys just won't get over the fact that you f$%^&*d this country over for 8 years and you're pissed you don't get a chance to do it again the next 8.

Too bad...freedom and humanity win out again.

God 1, NeoConned 0.)

Really! I think 8 years without an attack on America, an astounding economy until YOU people took over the House and Senate, freeing 57 million people, one crisis after another and Bush has weathered every single one of them with integrity, decency, and morals!

That man did the best he could and you know it. And all you people on the left did was spin and lie and call Bush names and get all weirded out, and filled with utter hatred.

Hell you are still pissed off!

And you think I am going to give Obama a free pass? HELL NO!

January 05, 2009 5:22 PM  
Blogger The Federalist said...

An astounding economy? When did the Democrats control both houses filibuster-proof? Oh, that's right, never.

So, Clinton is responsible for 9/11 and Bush is NOT responsible for the incredible economic recession we have been in for over 3 years now?

Wow...amazing how the Republicans are never responsible for anything but closet homosexuality...amazing.

Well, just like we cleaned up after the first Bush, when his unemployment numbers were at 7.2% and then under Clinton dipped under 3%...the same thing will happen again.

What part of the presidential oath talks about keeping the American people safe? Let me check, that's right, it says NOTHING ABOUT KEEPING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE SAFE. It does talk a little about protecting and preserving the Constitution.

And I thought the troops kept us safe? Which is it Marie? And what about Petraeus? How dare you deny the general his due credit in keeping our beloved nation safe?

Gosh...and I thought you NeoConned loved America???

January 05, 2009 5:59 PM  
Blogger The Federalist said...

C'mon Marie, we don't write songs like "Barack the Magic Negro" and call his wife "baby mama" on Fox News.

Roland Burris could be purple and we wouldn't want him. Right now we don't want anything from Illinois other than Chicago pizza. Maybe that's corrupt, too?

January 05, 2009 6:06 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


Oh Please!

In order for President Bush to have gotten anything done in the last 2 friggen years he has had to go along with the Democrats much to the Republicans complaints!

Uh sorry... There was NEVER 3% Unemployment with Clinton and the lowest it ever got with Bush was an even 4%, which was the lowest on RECORD! EVER!!

(Wow...amazing how the Republicans are never responsible for anything but closet homosexuality...amazing.)

Well we did try to keep you a secret but you let the cat out of the bag!

(And I thought the troops kept us safe? Which is it Marie? And what about Petraeus? How dare you deny the general his due credit in keeping our beloved nation safe?

Gosh...and I thought you NeoConned loved America???)

You dumbass it's all of the above dont try to pin me down idiot, I am not playing your game!

And it's obvious you America Hating Liberals dont Love America nor her Allies or you would be in support of this Country which you arent!

January 05, 2009 7:07 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


(C'mon Marie, we don't write songs like "Barack the Magic Negro" and call his wife "baby mama" on Fox News.

Roland Burris could be purple and we wouldn't want him. Right now we don't want anything from Illinois other than Chicago pizza. Maybe that's corrupt, too?)

"Barack The Magic Negro"?

January 05, 2009 7:09 PM  
Blogger The Federalist said...

The lowest under Bush was given to him by Clinton.

No worries Marie. Bush II only has a week left in office so I doubt he'll hit Reagan's astounding record of 9.2% unemployment in 1982.

Republicans = higher unemployment
Democrats= lower unemployment, lower deficit

Look it up

January 05, 2009 7:28 PM  
Blogger The Federalist said...

"Barack the Magic Negro" is the song that is being played and passed along in e-mails by YOUR RNC chairman.

Nice guy, I'm sure he's not racist! guys are the kings and queens of prejudice and racism.

January 05, 2009 7:29 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


("Barack the Magic Negro" is the song that is being played and passed along in e-mails by YOUR RNC chairman.

Nice guy, I'm sure he's not racist! guys are the kings and queens of prejudice and racism.)

My RNC Chairman? You Mean Michael Steele? Hell I thought it was a LA Times article, gee I think it was, should I go to google and do your homework for you?

January 05, 2009 7:35 PM  
Blogger The Federalist said...

No need to do MY homework Marie...


Here you go:

(CNN)--A candidate for the Republican National Committee chairmanship said Friday the CD he sent committee members for Christmas -- which included a song titled "Barack the Magic Negro" -- was clearly intended as a joke.
The title of the song about President-elect Barack Obama was drawn from a Los Angeles Times column.

The title of the song about President-elect Barack Obama was drawn from a Los Angeles Times column.

"I think most people recognize political satire when they see it," Tennessee Republican Chip Saltsman told CNN. "I think RNC members understand that."

The song, set to the tune of "Puff the Magic Dragon," was first played on conservative political commentator Rush Limbaugh's radio show in 2007.


January 05, 2009 8:59 PM  
Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

*sigh* ya doin' federalist?

I have too little time and patience to debate, so I'll just leave you two scraps:

Obama the Magic Negro-Gate

Myths & Facts About the Real Bush Record.

Have fun.

January 05, 2009 9:35 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


The title of the song about President-elect Barack Obama was drawn from a Los Angeles Times column.

That's what I said to begin with. Before Rush did anything with it it was used by the LA Times!

But Word has left some information for us to delve into here.

But this still has nothing to do with Harry Reid being on the Blago Tapes not wanting any Negros on the ticket!

Harry (JackAss) Reid is the most prejudice son of a bitch I have ever seen!

January 06, 2009 1:05 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...

Obama the Magic Negro-Gate
By LARRY ELDER | Posted Wednesday, December 31, 2008 4:30 PM PT

This is how the whole thing started.

David Ehrenstein, a writer who happens to be black and liberal, wrote an opinion piece in March 2007 in the Los Angeles Times called "Obama the 'Magic Negro.'"

He argued that whites, according to sociologists, stereotype blacks as "dangerous." But whites consider Obama accessible, likeable and "benign." This, according to Ehrenstein, explains Obama's "crossover" appeal.

The article insults a) Obama, by virtually ignoring his effectiveness as a candidate, b) whites, by accusing them of voting for Obama merely to assuage their own guilt, and c) Sidney Poitier, the brilliant, groundbreaking actor, for ascribing his success to whites who find him safe and non-threatening.

The article produced virtually no outcry.

Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh then aired a song parody --set to the music of "Puff the Magic Dragon" -- called "Barack the Magic Negro." Referring to the L.A. Times article, an Al Sharpton-like "singer" called Obama inauthentically black. Why, complained the singer, should white folks vote for Obama rather than a true black man "from the hood" like -- me.

Chip Saltsman, a candidate for chairman of the Republican National Committee, sent the song on a CD with 40 other songs, in a Christmas mailer to committee members. Doesn't the mailer, asked several cable news programs, expose the Republicans -- yet again -- for their tone deafness on the issue of race? CNN host Anderson Cooper asked about the term "Negro." Isn't it pejorative?

Never mind the parody actually satirized Al Sharpton. The song implies that Sharpton hoped against an Obama victory, for it crushes Sharpton's argument about America's alleged institutional racism, a force so potent in a country so racist that Obama could not win. An Obama win threatens to reduce the significance of Sharpton-like black leaders. And never mind a black liberal -- who started the whole thing -- called Obama a "Negro."

When will the GOP -- on the issue of race -- go on the offense?

After all, for 100 years, the Democratic Party showed its tone deafness to the rights of blacks. Democrats opposed the 13th Amendment (freeing the slaves), the 14th Amendment (making ex-slaves citizens) and the 15th Amendment (that, on paper at least, gave blacks the right to vote). Democrats founded the Ku Klux Klan -- some even call it the "terrorist wing of the Democratic Party." And a greater percentage of Republicans than Democrats voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Alabama Gov. George "segregation now, segregation tomorrow, segregation forever" Wallace was a Democrat. Georgia Gov. Lester Maddox, who as a restaurateur, left pick handles hanging on the walls to provide customers recourse in the event an uppity black tried to enter his restaurant. He was a Democrat. Arkansas Gov. Orville Faubus attempted, in 1957, to prevent the integration of Little Rock High School. He was a Democrat. Bull Connor, the commissioner of public safety for Birmingham, Ala., turned water hoses and dogs on civil rights activists. He was a Democrat.

But what about the infamous Republican Southern strategy?

The co-author of the strategy, Pat Buchanan, wrote in 2002: "Richard Nixon kicked off his historic comeback in 1966 with a column on the South (by this writer) that declared we would build our Republican Party on a foundation of states rights, human rights, small government and a strong national defense, and leave it to the [Democratic] 'party of Maddox … and Wallace to squeeze the last ounces of political juice out of the rotting fruit of racial injustice.'"

Today it's Democrats who blatantly use the race card to malign Republicans as a collection of bigots. Yet it's Republicans who support school choice and private Social Security savings accounts -- both of which disproportionately help blacks.

Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, Democrat Charlie Rangel, said of Republicans, "It's not 'spic' or 'nigger' anymore. They say 'let's cut taxes.'" Rangel, in an attack on Bush, called him "our Bull Connor." Donna Brazile, then Al Gore's campaign manager, called Republicans "white boys," and said, "A white-boy attitude is 'I must exclude, denigrate and leave behind.'"

Hillary Clinton, before a group of blacks, condemned the then-Republican-controlled Congress: "When you look at the way the House of Representatives has been run, it has been run like a plantation, and you know what I'm talking about." Then-candidate and now Democratic Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill said of George Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina, "George Bush let people die on rooftops in New Orleans because they were poor and because they were black." In a Katrina hearing, Democrat Barney Frank accused Bush of intentionally responding sluggishly. Why? Katrina would induce blacks to leave Louisiana, making it a more solidly Republican red state -- a Bush scheme that Frank called "ethnic cleansing by inaction."

Democratic Party chairman Howard Dean recently referred to the Republican Party as the "white party." The 35 percent of Asians and 31 percent of Hispanics who voted Republican apparently don't count.

So who should apologize to whom?

Myths & Facts About the Real Bush Record
By Ed Gillespie

As the year draws to an end and President Bush enters his final month in office, there is much commentary about the Administration's record over the past eight years. Unsurprisingly, many of these stories assail and distort the President's record and recycle myths and unfounded allegations that have been leveled for the better part of his two terms. Historical accuracy requires a response to the litany of attacks leveled against President Bush, and while there's not enough space to respond to all of them, here are five of the most egregious:

Myth 1: The last eight years were awful for most Americans economically and President Bush's deregulatory policies caused the current financial crisis.


President Bush's time in office is ending as it began, with our economy under stress. The recession President Bush inherited as he entered office ran through the attacks of September 11, 2001, but during the recovery that followed, and due in no small part to the tax relief President Bush worked with Congress to provide, this country experienced its longest run of uninterrupted job growth - 52 straight months, with 8.3 million jobs created.

This reflected six consecutive years of economic growth from the Fourth Quarter of 2001 until the Fourth Quarter of 2007. From 2000 to 2007, real GDP grew by more than 17 percent, a remarkable gain of nearly 2.1 trillion dollars. This growth was driven in part by increased labor productivity gains that have averaged 2.5 percent annually since 2001, a rate that exceeds the averages of the 1970s, '80s, and '90s. In the same period, real after-tax income per capita increased by more than 11 percent, and there was a 4.7 percent increase in the number of new businesses formed. The current economic challenges, which the President and his Administration have responded to aggressively, threaten to reverse some of these gains - but the gains cannot be denied.

As for the current crisis, the President and his economic team have taken unprecedented actions to stabilize the financial sector and avert a collapse. While there are a number of causes of the housing and credit crises that are at the root of our current economic troubles, deregulation by the Bush Administration is simply not one of them. In fact, one of the circumstances that contributed to the crisis was the failure of the government sponsored enterprises (GSEs) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, which President Bush long tried to subject to greater regulation. In April 2001, three months after taking office, the President warned in his first budget that the size of the two GSEs were a "potential problem" that "could cause strong repercussions in financial markets, affecting Federally insured entities and economic activity." In 2003, the Administration began calling for a new GSE regulator, and over the next five years, the Administration continued to call for GSE reform only to be accused by Democrats in Congress of creating artificial fears and advocating for ill-advised proposals. By the time Congress finally acted in 2008 to provide the oversight the President requested, it was too late to prevent systemic consequences. Had the Administration's initial reform proposals been adopted, some of today's turmoil in our financial markets may have been averted.

Myth 2: President Bush's tax cuts only benefitted the wealthy and were paid for by sacrificing investments in health care and education.


There are not 116 million "wealthy Americans," but that's how many taxpayers benefited from the President's tax relief. The across-the-board tax cuts provided tax relief to every American who pays income taxes, created a new bottom 10 percent bracket rate, doubled the child tax credit to $1,000, and actually increased the share of the Federal income tax burden paid by the top 10 percent of individual earners from 67 percent in 2000 to 70 percent in 2005. Furthermore, this Administration removed 13 million low-income earners from the income tax rolls completely.

The economic growth spurred by tax relief also spurred growth in Federal tax receipts. In fact, the Federal Treasury realized the largest three-year increase of revenue in 26 years, and tax receipts grew more than $542 billion between 2000 and 2007. And yes, much of that money went to investments in health care and education.

President Bush provided more than 40 million Americans with better access to prescription drugs by creating the market-based Medicare Prescription Drug Benefit. And it is one of the rare government programs that actually costs less than expected. Projected overall program spending between 2004 and 2013 is approximately $240 billion lower, nearly 38 percent, than originally estimated, thanks to the market-oriented principles included at President Bush's insistence.

Despite the heated rhetoric over children's health insurance (S-CHIP) legislation last year, estimates from a 2007 Federal survey show that the number of uninsured children under the age of 18 actually declined by 800,000 from 2001 to 2007. From 2007 to 2008, the number of people covered by affordable and portable Health Savings Account-eligible plans increased 35 percent. Additionally, since President Bush took office, more than 1,200 community health centers have opened or expanded nationwide, which has helped provide treatment to nearly 17 million people.

Federal spending on education has increased nearly 40 percent under President Bush. Additionally, Pell Grant funding nearly doubled during the Administration, which is expected to help more than 5.5 million students attend college in the 2008-09 school year, 1.2 million more students than were assisted by Pell Grants in the 2001-02 school year. This financial aid assistance also helps account for the fact that 66 percent of high school graduates from the class of 2006 enrolled in colleges, compared to 63 percent in 2000.

Perhaps more importantly, the President's No Child Left Behind Act has delivered tangible results to students. Since the law was enacted, fourth-grade students have achieved their highest reading and math scores on record, eighth-grade students have achieved their highest math scores on record, and African-American and Hispanic students have posted all-time high scores in a number of categories, narrowing the gap between minority students and white students.

Myth 3: The President's "go it alone" foreign policy ruined America's standing in the world.


Rarely can one see revisionist history occurring in the present, but this charge is nothing short of that. The United States acted with a multilateral coalition of partner nations to remove Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq after he failed to comply with the will of the international community, including numerous United Nations Security Council Resolutions. To ignore this fact is not only a distortion of history, but it is also an insult to the service members of our coalition partners who sacrificed their lives to contribute to the success we are now witnessing in Iraq. And in Afghanistan, approximately forty countries are currently deployed with American forces, including every one of our NATO allies.

The President also created a worldwide coalition of more than 90 nations to combat terrorist networks by sharing information, drying up their financing, and bringing their leaders to justice. To date, we have captured or killed hundreds of al-Qaeda leaders and operatives with the help of partner nations. Furthermore, the Administration established the Proliferation Security Initiative, which now includes more than 90 nations, and other multilateral coalitions to stop the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction.

The President successfully pushed for expanding NATO membership, generated international pressure on Iran to stop it from developing nuclear weapons, and organized the Six-Party Talks, which have resulted in North Korea committing to give up its nuclear weapons and abandon its nuclear programs. Verifying North Korea's commitment will be a challenge, but at the most recent Six-Party Talks meeting, there was strong consensus among the five parties that North Korea must submit to a comprehensive verification regime that accords with international standards.

U.S. ties in Asia have been strengthened over the past eight years, and the Administration has built strong relationships with China, Japan, and South Korea, among others. We have signed an historic civilian nuclear power agreement with India, reflecting a fundamental change in our relationship. Pro-American leaders have been elected in Germany, France, and Italy. Eastern European countries such as Georgia, Ukraine, and Kosovo treasure their relationships with the United States, and no president has done more to improve health and security in the nations of Africa. We have also strengthened cooperation with Latin America, including initiatives with Brazil on biofuels and with Mexico and Central America on fighting organized crime. Finally, when the President took office, America had trade agreements in force with only three countries, versus 14 today - with three additional agreements approved by Congress but not yet in force and agreements with three countries that are awaiting Congressional approval.

Myth 4: The war in Iraq caused us to "take our eye off the ball" in Afghanistan and with al Qaeda.


Iraq and Afghanistan are two fronts in the same war, and while the success of the surge in Iraq has been visible, we have also had a quiet surge in Afghanistan. The U.S. has continuously and aggressively fought side-by-side with Afghans and our allies to defeat the Taliban and al Qaeda in Afghanistan. The United States has provided nearly $32 billion for security, political, and economic development assistance and the international community has provided more than $55 billion to Afghanistan since 2001.

An additional U.S. Marine battalion deployed to Afghanistan in November and they will be followed by an Army combat brigade of about 3,400 troops in early 2009. U.S. forces now total approximately 31,000, and are joined by nearly as many coalition troops. The United States and our allies are working with Afghanistan to help it nearly double the size of the Afghan National Army over the next five years, from 79,000 now trained to 134,000 in 2014.

We have also deployed Provincial Reconstruction Teams to ensure security gains are followed by real improvements in daily life, and we have helped local communities strengthen their economies and create jobs, deliver basic services, improve governance and fight corruption, and build or repair key infrastructure such as roads, bridges, hospitals, and schools. More than six million children, approximately two million of them girls, are now in Afghan schools, compared to fewer than one million in 2001.

In this Global War on Terror, we do not have the luxury to fight on one battlefront at a time. To defeat the terrorists, we must fight them overseas so we don't have to fight them here at home. Since 9/11, we have successfully captured or killed dozens of al-Qaeda's senior leadership and hundreds of al-Qaeda operatives in two dozen countries, removed al-Qaeda's safe-haven in Afghanistan and crippled al-Qaeda in Iraq, and disrupted numerous al Qaeda terrorist plots against the U.S., including a 2006 plot to blow up passenger planes traveling from London.

Myth 5: This Administration has been bad for the environment and ignored the problem of global warming.


Given the liberal media's failure to acknowledge this Administration's true record on alternative energy, conservation, and climate change, it's not surprising this charge has stuck. But here are some irrefutable data points: From 2001 to 2007, air pollution decreased by 12 percent, and fine particulate matter pollution is down 17 percent since 2001. Ethanol production quadrupled from 1.6 billion gallons in 2000 to 6.5 billion gallons in 2007, wind energy production has increased by more than 400 percent, and solar energy capacity has doubled. In 2007, solar installations increased more than 32 percent and the U.S. produced 96 percent more biodiesel (490 million gallons) than in 2006. The Administration also provided nearly $18 billion to research, develop, and promote alternative and more efficient energy technologies such as biofuels, solar, wind, clean coal, nuclear, and hydrogen.

This Administration has improved and protected the health of more than 27 million acres of Federal forest and grasslands, protected, restored, and improved more than three million acres of wetlands, and established the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, the world's largest fully protected marine conservation area (nearly 140,000 square miles).

Much of the misperception about the President's environmental record is born out of the President's withdrawing the United States from the Kyoto Protocol, which did not include the effective participation of major developing countries such as India and China. Instead, the President worked to address climate change by launching the Major Economies Process, which convened the leaders of the world's major economies, both developed and developing, to work on ways to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve energy security without harming our economies or giving any nation a free ride. Finally, the President set the country on course to stop the growth of greenhouse gas emissions below projected levels by 2025 and invested more than $44 billion in climate change-related programs.

Some other items that are infrequently mentioned about the real record of the Bush Administration but are worth noting: Teenage drug use has declined 25 percent; in 2007, the violent crime rate was 43 percent lower than the rate in 1998; between 2005 and 2007, the chronically homeless population decreased approximately 30 percent; funding for veterans' medical care has increased more than 115 percent; and as of 2005, the most recent abortion rate is at its lowest since 1974.

And one last fact: Our homeland has not suffered another terrorist attack since September 11, 2001. That, too, is part of the real Bush record.

More on RCP: Gas Prices Shouldn't Set Our Energy Policy

Ed Gillespie is the Counselor to President George W. Bush.

Thank You Word, since idiot wont read it, I guess I will post it so he can!!!

January 06, 2009 1:29 AM  
Blogger The Federalist said...

You guys are mental: an article written by the counselor to George Bush...oh that's right, you all think Fox Reich News is "fair and balanced"...I guess it makes sense.

Goebbels and Goering were right. It's easy to dupe the masses.

You are both WAY beyond brainwashed. Hannity and drug addict Rush have to be smiling. I recommend intensive therapy.

January 06, 2009 5:00 AM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


Just give it up dude!

January 06, 2009 10:14 AM  
Blogger The WordSmith from Nantucket said...

But this still has nothing to do with Harry Reid being on the Blago Tapes not wanting any Negros on the ticket!


This is all Fed seems to do: He can't engage in civil discourse on the thread topic (actually, I've seen him behave reasonably, when he wants to) so he has to stick in a few wisecracks and slams here and there to pull the comments off-topic and get mired in what he chooses to want to bring up.

Waste of time.

January 11, 2009 7:54 PM  
Blogger Marie's Two Cents said...


I know I have seen Fed act intelligent sometimes, but you are right most of the time he just want's to argue which really is a "Waste Of Time"!

January 12, 2009 11:17 AM  

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