Wednesday, August 23, 2006
It'll be light to no posting from now until after Labor Day weekend.
Tuesday, August 22, 2006|
Monday, August 21, 2006
It’s been a long time since I linked Democratic Underground’s excellent Monday feature The Top Ten Conservative Idiots. If you don’t care to read this week’s installment in its entirety, do at least check out number 6. It's a riot!
Hilton asked for rage. Here you go.
May BushCo and its media collaborators rot in fucking hell.
Sunday, August 20, 2006
I’m so glad that the prime of my life is coinciding with my country spiraling down the toilet.
Friday, August 18, 2006
I just visited Sixhertz' bizarre and unreadable “blog” and encouraged the nutbags to come back for a visit. Let’s hope they accept. It’s just not as fun without trolls.
Just a couple of thoughts.
The other day I thought of a good theme or slogan to sum up the BushCo approach to post 9-11 governance:
Goin’ for it.
This has been the BushCo mindset since receiving (or orchestrating) the gift of 9-11, which gave them the supreme leverage they needed to realize their maniacal imperial ambitions abroad and their un-American authoritarian project at home. Their instinctive response to a national tragedy was not to try to heal the ills that beset the nation and the world, but to amass power onto themselves and enrich their cronies.
Goin’ for it.
Of course, an effective opposition party with balls and a functioning press could have and should have nipped this sick gambit in the bud, but, well, you know….
Which brings me to my next point.
Where in the fuck are the Democrats?
Where is the substantive evidence that they are positioning themselves for victory in 2006 and 2008?
Am I missing something?
And no, Bill Clinton mildly scolding Bush about playing politics with terror is not adequate.
Fuckin’ a. We haven’t moved even an inch forward.
One domestic terrorist attack and the whole country will wet the bed and run screaming into the protective arms of the next Republican president — probably Saint McCain.
America = Tragic Joke.
Thursday, August 17, 2006
I’m busy as hell today, so here are a few items that caught my attention that I don’t have time to comment on.
Macaca n’ McCain.
So much for Democracy.
Back off, Maniacs
The Forgotten War
Tuesday, August 15, 2006|
Monday, August 14, 2006
Some shit is so bad, it makes me laugh until the tears come.
UPDATE: Dammit! Just when I collect myself!
This one’s for you, Hilton (and Tom, if you're out there).
(If you're confused, this post is a reference to the now-defunct Sunday Night Football on ESPN, which boasted the most idiotic announcer crew in TV sports history. The above-pictured Paul Macguire was the biggest idiot of the bunch.)
Saturday, August 12, 2006|
Friday, August 11, 2006
Gotta get some work done today....
Thursday, August 10, 2006
Please take a moment from your state of terror-induced panic to enjoy this.
Update: Wow. They’ve removed the 'stache. Check out this interactive comparison .
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
The margins of the extreme far left have spoken.
Josh Marshall has a good take on the demise of Lieberman.
Tuesday, August 08, 2006
The new BushCo-sponsored media narrative is that there is a “civil war” within the Democratic party between the sensible moderates and the blogofascist radicals. Of course, the pundit class has taken sides with the former and portrayed a victory for the latter as nothing short of a disaster. This scolding, smirking contempt for democracy and the desire for good and open government is an abomination. God, I fucking hate these people!
Of course, the good fascist media is all over the patently bullshit story that LIEberman’s website was hacked by Lamont’s Stalinist blogofascists.
I like Atrios’s assessment of the LIEberman losers.
Monday, August 07, 2006|
Once again, I find myself in a position in which I can’t write what I want to see happen to a fascist motherfucker.
The subheadline of this article nearly sent me into a physical rage.
Sunday, August 06, 2006
Friday, August 04, 2006
Lotsa good stuff to read about on the blogs.
Tuesday, August 01, 2006
Break off 10, 15, or 20 bucks for Lamont. C’mon, just do it!
A number of bloggers are now referring to Iraq as “the forgotten war.”
An you know what? It is actually becoming just that?
A forgotten war.
And what is this “Afghanistan” they speak of?