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February 15, 2012

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A Casual Observation

If only Herman Cain would get back in the race Republicans could fall back on the Democrats' excuse that we thought that it would be so cool to have our first black president.

Melinda Romanoff

We all know what's going on in terms of religious oppression, but what's the other hand been up to?

Anybody looked around lately?

I smell a rat.

matt

The Left Wing propaganda machine is now in full throat. LUN

Now they're saying the Republicans were in favor of the contraceptive mandate.

Stephanie

Palin will be on Red Eye tonight with Jedidiah Bila.

Set your dvrs boys.

Danube of Thought

"Yeah, shit-for-brains, that is why you
continue to read whatever I post here,"

As long as it's brief, there's no way to avoid doing so. And it's good fun to show what a fool you are.

How about that sunken liner? How about that ledge?

Melinda Romanoff

DoT-

Is "Water Under The Ledge" Here?

How I'll miss that level of jeanuous....

(Sigh)

A Casual Observation

@ 10:07, full throat, or full throttle?

Confucius say, don't drink and post,
well, unless you are Melinda, in which
case, it makes no difference, because
she is just as ditzy when she is sober
as she is when she is completely blitzed.

Clarice

Who cares what they say? The point is there is a groundswell against it; the courts will probably throw it out if the Congress does't void it. Issa's having hearings on it tomorrow.

narciso

True, sometimes they really think, they are the Red Queen, and 'words only mean what they want them to be'

Danube of Thought

"Issa's having hearings on it tomorrow."

On this HHS regulation?

Captain Hate

Slow night guys? Where's narc? I've finished book 1 of Klingsor and the pace of my progress is on the upswing. Mexican author living in Paris who convincingly portrays people from USA and Germany. And math and physics. How could I not be loving this?

CSI has added the lovely Elisabeth Shue to the cast, star of "Adventures in Babysitting", a film that featured the late Albert Collins, one of the most original bluesmen ever.

A Casual Observation

@ 10:14

LOL

LOL, it took you an hour to think up that lame reply?
Dayum son, you need to recognize your limitations.

Stick to plagiarizing my lines and the lines of other trolls. You're too stupid to post snappy come-backs of your own.

Clarice

From the Salon article:

"Sister Keehan, though, is on the skids with the bishops. Cardinal-designate Timothy Dolan, the USCCB’s president, told the Catholic News Service this week that he castigated Sister Keehan, via email, telling her he was “disappointed that she had acted unilaterally, not in concert with the bishops.” It seems that Issa, who is not even Catholic, is working like the devil to avoid having an email like that land in his inbox."

narciso

I told you, Captain, and ditto about Elizabeth Shue, who I remember all the way back to the Karate Kid days,

Clarice

Niters. Narciso I am finding you easier to read day by day, Bravo!

Danube of Thought

"LOL, it took you an hour to think up that lame reply? "

About 30 seconds, dunce. You think I see your drivel the instant you post it? More important, how did you acquire this lust to make a fool of yourself?

Please--more on what it means for a vessel to sink. (A humiliation of that scope is a rare and wonderful thing, and must be savored. Be assured that it won't be forgotten here.)

narciso

Thank you, Clarice, did you see that review about the Mark Felt book by Max Holland.

Melinda Romanoff

This fooferaw is cover for something else. I can feel it.

If it's the nuke list, I'm afraid I'll have to agree with RL. But something is definitely afoot...

G'night all. Posting will be light over the next 6 days. "Moonlight In Vermont".

Jane

It's nice to see some new people posting - Alice and Me. Please stick around.

Danube of Thought

Salon seems awfully unhappy about it. That's always an excellent sign.

Danube of Thought

CH, in the season of 1951-52 I went down from Alexandria to Annapolis to watch Navy host the Terps in hoops. The game was tight all the way, and with ten seconds left the Mids led by a point; I'm pretty sure it was 62-61. Terps had the ball, and as the clock wound down it looked like they wouldn't get off a shot. Finally, as time was about to expire archfiend Gene Shue awkwardly tossed up a license plate from around the foul line, and the thing bounced around on the rim about four times and dropped through. I remember his sinister, shiny black hair to this day.

I have not fully recovered.

narciso

Of course there are some people like Gene Lyons, who like Sargent and Ben Smith will by any line, and Glenn Greenwald's pitch sounded
better when I first heard it in Farsi

A Casual Observation

@ 10:43 Thanks Dopey. You just made my point.

Snappy reply there, Dopey. Snappy. LOL

BTW, I see that you, Goofy and Snow White are here. Where are the other 5 dwarfs? You need their help.

daddy

War on traditional American Culture continues apace:

Colorado student quits high school choir over Islamic song praising 'Allah'

"A Colorado high school student says he quit the school choir after an Islamic song containing the lyric "there is no truth except Allah" made it into the repertoire."

jimmyk

the courts will probably throw it out if the Congress does't void it.

Should Congress void it? There's a part of me that wants to see Barry have to face the revolt. Why let him off the hook, so he can then rant to his base about the evil Republicans?

Captain Hate

Damn DoT I was barely a tyke at that time; that trip must have taken forever with no Beltway and probably no Parkway. I can remember Gene Shue as a pro player and a coach. I know it was played at Annapolis but that was before Cole Field House was built and I'm trying to figure out where the Terps played then; Ritchie Arena maybe.

Crushing losses by the Terps have taken time off my life; the most recent was the Michigan State tourney buzzer beater after the Vazquez/Hayes team had erased a deficit and taken their only lead of the second half. I'll never forget how empty I felt.

Danube of Thought

"Should Congress void it? "

If it did--with a Democratic Senate--wouldn't that be a success for the revolt?

Better yet, let Congress void it and Barry veto the voiding legislation. Then the potato will be squarely on the fork, and I think it's a loser for him.

narciso

And we're not talking the Majic Johnson, or even Eric Snow years, at MS, so that must smart a good deal.

Captain Hate

Yeah, some crackheaded idiot named Korie Lucious daggered them. He's since transferred to Iowa State and hopefully will share a cell with Jerry Sandusky in the future.

Not that I'm bitter or anything....

Danube of Thought

"that trip must have taken forever with no Beltway and probably no Parkway"

Two-lane blacktops all the way, in a '47 Ford. Artichoke firlds on either side of the road.

Jane

Rick provides more info on our sixteen in '12.

Read it here

Check it out!

Extraneus

Congressional weasels negotiators seal final agreement on payroll tax cut

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid issued a statement on the agreement early Thursday, saying the deal will "move the economy forward as it is beginning to gain steam."

"Everything should not have to be a fight, and I am glad that most of my Republican colleagues put the interests of the middle class ahead of politics to forge this agreement," Reid said in a statement. "Americans expect us to put our differences aside and find common ground. In the months ahead, I hope this shift to the middle becomes the norm, rather than the exception."

[snip]

"We were not going to allow the Democrats to continue to play political games and raise taxes on working Americans," Boehner told reporters. "We made the decision to bring them to the table so that the games would stop and we would get this work done."

Some rank-and-file Republicans continued to grumble that the measure was flawed and that the payroll tax cut, first enacted in December of 2010, has done little to prop up the economy. But the prevailing instinct among Republicans was political survival and not wanting to look like they were getting in the way of an election-year tax cut.

"Not going to do this again, but if it gets us through the year, gets this issue off the table, it's worth doing this way," said Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C.

narciso

I think you're insulting weasels, EXT.

Clarice

narciso;"did you see that review about the Mark Felt book by Max Holland." I did read most of it--sounded a lot like the piece I did for PJM.

Clarice

OT: 1 in 12 mariages in the US are now interracial. How much longer can the idiotic AA programs continue as we all are increasingly mixed race?

Clarice

OT ((again) from Jose LaGuardia--the US Highway system graphed as a subway system map.http://www.fastcodesign.com/1669003/ingenious-infographic-us-highways-mapped-like-a-subway-system

Captain Hate

Elisabeth Shue (and Disney) meets Albert Collins: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzZ2Vu1cAK4

Clarice

Fox: " leading Catholic charity group wants the public to know it has not endorsed the Obama administration's latest policy requiring free contraceptive coverage for employees, despite "mischaracterizations in the media." Catholic Charities USA has occasionally been cited as a supporter of the new policy, after the administration announced last week it would no longer require religious organizations to directly offer contraceptive coverage to workers. That's almost certainly because the White House listed the group on an official blog that cited "praise from a wide range of individuals and organizations" for the policy change."


Porchlight

Late getting back to the thread - good morning, all, and ME, thanks for your 9:30 followup. I agree!

Ben Franklin

"Fox: " leading Catholic charity group wants the public to know it has not endorsed the Obama administration's latest policy requiring free contraceptive coverage for employees, despite "mischaracterizations in the media."

Can the Pope excommunicate a non-profit? Does Catholic Charities
Inc have to go to Hell?

jimmyk

How much longer can the idiotic AA programs continue as we all are increasingly mixed race?

Using Obamalogic, we can just have AA for everyone! And it's all free!

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