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February 02, 2005



Harry Reid was James Stewart in The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence.

Jack (CommonSenseDesk)

Do you really dislike Jimmy that much?


I was driving home from work, so I listened. One advantage, I didn't have to look at Nancy Pelosi. One really big disadvantage, that meant I had to actually listen to her. It was like being beat to death by an elderly lady with a doily. Full of holes, irritating as hell, not much point.

As for Reid, I would like someone to go to Searchlight, NV and track down little Devon (sp?) and see if he really exists, and if he does if he has a skateboard ("See, I'm really down the the kids") and if he does if he has any idea at all who Reid is.

Also, what was this Sosecurity crap Reid kept talking about?

Plus, I began to think Pelosi was a pirate, because she kept saying, "Aarrrrrhhh" at odd times. Then I realized that the facelift was probably preventing her from properly pronouncing "our" and that made the senseless speaking a little less senseless. A little. A very little.

The Anchoress

You're right about the First Responders being a big issue for Hillary in '08. She has been seriously and aggressively courting them ever since they booed her at Madison Square Garden after 9/11.

My son Buster was very put off by Harry Reid. He's 15 and guaranteed me that no kid told Reid he wants to be just like Reid when he grows up. He went on to make fun of his affect. I blogged it. Buster always gets more comments than me, anyway! :-)


Rudi Vallee? (sp) in "The Palm Beach Story"?


Joe E. Brown?

Patrick R. Sullivan

"Harry left me trying to come up with the names of some 1940's actors - the center-part hair, the rimless glasses, c'mon, who was he?'

The guy who owned the General Store, or ran the hotel front desk, in a bunch of Westerns. I think he was last seen on Petticoat Junction.


The hotel clerk idea is good, but maybe something a bit">http://www.wildestwesterns.com/images/don_knotts01.JPG&imgrefurl=http://www.wildestwesterns.com/don_knotts.htm&h=340&w=330&sz=20&tbnid=B3SgYYzcRqAJ:&tbnh=114&tbnw=111&start=57&prev=/images%3Fq%3Ddon%2Bknotts%26start%3D40%26hl%3Den%26lr%3D%26sa%3DN">bit more macho...

Dan Patterson

Harold Lloyd. Robert Redford in "The Great Gatsby" But dry, sour and dour, not funny. Not funny. Not funny. Tragic maybe.

Now NANCY; that's a different story!! Funny funny funny. Like a bad actor in a bad movie sort of funny.

No, not really. None of it was funny. It was sad to see the responses of a political party distilled to snears and "yeah, but...". How far the demodoncks have come from the protection and pursuit of liberty. It is shameful to watch and painful to experience, just like bad actors in bad movies.

Dan Patterson


Pelosi's three steps were basically a rehash of Kerry's approach of looking at tasks the Administration hasn't finished yet and accusing them of not doing it at all. I also thought it was amusing when she claimed that the Bush Administration has no plan to fight terrorism. What planet does she live on?

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