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September 15, 2010

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Rob Crawford

jimmyk -- why are you reading what spuspu is spewing?

His purpose here is to make the forum so unpleasant everyone leaves. Don't even let him get the chance.

Army of Davids

The philosophy of protectionism is a philosophy of war.
Ludwig von Mises

narciso

No, Rove has had this condescending attitude toward Sarah, and by proxy, any candidate she endorses for some time now, he was harping on her resignation, around this time last year, before the HK speech, forgeting that legal troubles and his own misteps had caused him to step down from his advisory position at the WH. Apples and oranges, but you would think he had some perspective on the subject. Inadvertently, he helped Christine out with her
fundraising, and has created a stronger
bulwark of supporters, but I don't think he intended it that way.

Thomas Collins

Absolutely, sbw. Pancake IHOP should view this as a marketing opportunity.

Bunkerbuster, I think sbw's prose is clear and straightforward, although sbw (and quite possibly noone else) has perfected the art of conversation deflection by the rhetoric of irony and quibbling in the bunkerbuster manner. But in an attempt to get you to change that style temporarily, I will make another offer (the offer to meet apparently having been rejected). I will make a simple declarative statement, and you simply state whether you agree or disagree. How about it?

OK, here is my statement. Christine O'Donnell is no more flaky than most of our politicians. Agree or disagree?

DrJ, on the "fewer" and "less" issue, would you agree that it is "one less" and not "one fewer"?

By the way, I know the current craze is to put the punctuation inside the quotation, but I continue to resist.

DebinNC

Fresh off tripling-down his O'Donnell bashing to Greta last night, Karl Rove has an op ed in the WSJ. After complimenting the Obama team on their 08 message discipline, he expresses incredulity at their latest moves:

"That's why it's so surprising that, in just 20 months, Mr. Obama has lost control of his presidency's narrative. He has done things that are inexplicable, creating the impression of a White House that is clueless, rudderless and arrogant. ... For example, what was to be gained by the president attacking the largely unknown House minority leader, John Boehner, last week? Set aside the unfairness of the charges and focus only on the efficacy of the president lowering himself that way.

Is it possible he doesn't see the irony in writing that today when he's now being called Tokyo Rove? He should have explained his own "inexplicable" moves, but he didn't. Rove might be the only conservative out there that actually fits the left's "they're crazy" meme.

PD

By the way, I know the current craze is to put the punctuation inside the quotation, but I continue to resist.

Like those wacky Brits, eh? :-)

jwest

Narciso,

Perhaps you’re right.

The bulk of my business is being done now with ex-KGB people at Gazprom, so I have a tendency to over think the motivations.

My neighbor said “Good morning” to me the other day………. I’m still trying to figure out what her angle is.

Rocco

Of course she's in hell, her zip code is 60606!

PD

Pancake IHOP should view this as a marketing opportunity.

Perhaps. But religious IHOP should recognize that they're shamelessly ripping off someone else's trademark and repent.

BTW, I've thought that since I first became aware of them. I suppose they think it's clever, but I think it makes them look sleazy.

PD

Huh. Jobless claims fell last week, and can you believe it, this was "unexpected."

What, is it some kind of union rule that the word "unexpected" be inserted in the headline of all such stories?

PD

My neighbor said “Good morning” to me the other day………. I’m still trying to figure out what her angle is.

I recommend you bug her flat immediately.

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

Jane: I'm flattered that you think I run my own business. But I am also at a loss at what would compel you to make such an obviously baseless conclusion.

Don't be. It's pretty clear you don't have the wits or cajones to run anything.

Do you laugh at your employer behind her back, or are you among those collecting benefits and doing nothing.

Danube of Thought

Minus 17 at Raz today.

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

It must be a case of hero worship.

I've got the same bug.

Pagar

Stephanie and Melinda, going back in the overnight comments I see where you both pointed out the fact that Reid's favorite candidate is a Marxist. I hope my comments only reinforced yours.
-----------------------------------
Off topic- The Safe School czar who was evidently appointed solely to insure that all students become gay is working hard on his assigned gay issue Mission.
Has anyone heard of him working on any other issue. Why is convincing students that they should be gay so important?

bunkerbuster

Thomas: Remind me again why you'd like to meet me. I don't get why you think discussing these matters face-to-face is superior. But I have no objection at all to meeting. Perhaps we could chat about vintage hot rods, or, pop music, though I suspect we live very far apart both figuratively and literally.

Melinda Romanoff

Rocco-

Washington and Wacker?

Only one apartment building near there, two blocks away at Wells, next to the El stop.

laura

LUN for the Constitutional conference webcast for the next two days. Watching a panel on the constitutionality of health care etc. Next up at 10:30 on Zinn and civil education.

Threadkiller

In February Rove wrote:
">http://www.rove.com/articles/217"> The GOP is also better off if it foregoes any attempt to merge with the tea party movement.. The GOP cannot possibly hope to control the dynamics of the highly decentralized galaxy of groups that make up the tea party movement. There will be troubling excesses and these will hurt Republicans if the party is formally associated with tea party groups

I don't think Rove knows what to do with a decentralized group of voters.


jimmyk

Rob, point taken, though I think I was the fourth or fifth person to respond, and with the fewest words. Usually I skip over his carp, but sometimes the lure of such comic self-abasement is too difficult to resist.

centralcal

Karl was on with Hemmer and McCallum this morning. I am beginning to think jwest has it nailed.

He said that he had helped O'Donnell raise a considerable sum of money yesterday. His many angry emails all ended with a sort of "because of you, I am sending her money, so there!!!!" He had a devilish grin when he said it.

He said he supports her candidacy. He reiterated that she has to come out "passionately" explaining her financial issues.

Porchlight
RASMUSSEN: First Post-Primary Poll in Delaware

Coons (D) 53%
O’Donnell (R) 42%

Hey, what happened to Coons' 20 point lead?

Looks like it's been cut in half, with six weeks to go.

Danube of Thought

Molly Norris, the cartoonist who had asked that "everybody draw Mohammed," has changed her name and gone into hiding at the suggestion of the FBI. Seems the Musselmen have threatened to cut her head off.

jwest

“Russians don't take a dump, son, without a plan.”

And neither does Karl.

Rocco

I think IHOP should start serving crescent shaped pancakes...ala carte!

narciso

Technically I was the first to LUN Coon's cv from a Politico link, on a long ago thread, that even I don't remember how long ago it was

Rove is recognizing that it is a hostile takeover, and he's trying to repell boarders,
there's a touch of irony in that he is supporting Angle who as a former Constitution
Party member, makes Christine seem milketoast

bunkerbuster

After Bush's re-election in 2004, I wondered how the GOP might possibly go about ensuring that its 2008 candidate was also well below average intelligence -- or willing to appear that way -- given the overwhelming preference of the party's base for anti-intellectual dumkopfs. Would it be possible, I asked, for the party to match Bush's and Reagan's inability to form full sentences and obvious disdain for both formal learning and nuance of thought and expression. After all, the party's experience with the elder Bush, who had a similar speech impediment, but also an obvious appreciation for intellectual achievement, was one of electoral failure. Same for Bob Dole and many others less inclined to either play stupid, or simply act themselves and be stupid.
Sure enough, the party went for John McCain, a man who, though largely a failure academically, had never traded on being simple-minded the way Bush and Reagan did. And sure enough, the base rebelled. Enter Sarah Palin as the antidote: an entity who could match Bush, and raise him even, on lack of knowledge of world affairs and, more important, disdain for academic learning and intellectual development.
Yet it's a conflict that won't go away for Republicans. There are apparently many in the party -- Frum, Brooks and now, even Rove -- who do see the folly in lowering the intellectual bar to the extent Bush did. They see in Palin an anti-intellectualism and know-nothingism that has historically failed to survive in American politics.
It will be interesting to see how the latest iteration of this conflict plays out.
When Rove, famously Bush's "brain," starts calling brainless candidates unelectable, that's some glorious schadenfreude there. You know I gotta love that...

jimmyk

Hey, what happened to Coons' 20 point lead?

Not only that, I'm sure the whole "likely voter" thing is especially tricky. As with Obama in 2008, there will people voting who haven't voted before who may not have really tuned in yet. Repubs better make sure they get them registered in time, especially with the Dems registration drive at the local cemeteries.

bunkerbuster

Jane queries: ``Do you laugh at your employer behind her back.''
Again with the assumptions. How do you know I don't own my own business and, then, that my employer is female?
One thing is clear, your epistemological requirements are flimsier than Bristol Palin's chastity belt...

jwest

If anyone doubted the brilliance of Rove’s plan, just read BB’s comment.

Even someone as ignorant as Chris Mathews is reading the tea leaves that this election is a referendum on arrogance and elitism. Liberals, who show a genetic inability to apply logic and reason to any situation, are misinterpreting all the signs and are trying to re-explain their message so that even the stupid people that vote can understand it.

This election is going to be larger than we expect.

narciso

Yes, Rove really does know all doesn't he

MarkO

"Seems the Musselmen have threatened to cut her head off."

A peaceful religion. Full of love and stones. Not really a religion---only a culture and a violent, oppressive and backward one at that. When they can watch their scriptures burn with equanimity as Christians must, then maybe, just maybe we can talk about large edifices at the sites of their attacks. As for moderates? Well, when they speak out against and shun those who refuse to assimilate. If they can't, well orthodoxy has it own punishments, like virtue.


JM Hanes

If this election were anywhere else, I'd have to wonder how Coons even managed to get on the ballot. Delaware, however, in it's own quiet way, may have almost as many seriously wild & crazy people as New Orleans, which tops the list, does.


jimmyk:

That the sensible Pete Du Pont could emerge from the Delaware brew on the Brandywine is really quite amazing. He wrote a piece on fundamental differences between American and European attitudes for the Wall St. Journal which I've saved in my essay collection since 2001! It's no longer available at the WSJ, so I posted it per the link above at Quasiblog, for anyone who might be interested in reading it.

Rob Crawford

Seems the Musselmen have threatened to cut her head off.

Don't you mean the Mohammedans threatened to cut her head off?

Chubby

Stephanie, that Looney Tunes was so funny


Ann, I haven't checked in for a few weeks, did you post a picture of the pinata dress? I saw a picture of it yesterday and didn't know if it was real or a spoof. It HAD to be a spoof.

bunkerbuster

Can we please shift from proclaiming how arrogant and elite liberals are back to how poor grammar is choking off the body politic and how education in general has gone to seed in America? Conservatives somehow seem a little bit less pathetic when they preen...

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

This election is going to be larger than we expect.

WEll bigger than we dare expect.

Bubu, if you owned a business or even worked for a living you would admit it.

Captain Hate

Is it necessary to point out that Bush's grades were superior to the brilliant Reporting for Doody's? Or that we still haven't seen the jugeared fuck's transcripts but know how much of a historical and grammatical dimwit he sounds like off the 'prompter?

Threadkiller

Bungduster, you put the Ass in assumption. Most of your posts contain assumptions that you fail to validate.

jwest, if you can't blame Rove for anything else, please blame him for resurrecting Bungduster.

Barbara

I also saw Rove on Hemmer and McCallum this morning. He seems to be doing the smart thing and gradually backing away from his visceral criticism of O'Donnell on Tuesday night.

He's also backing away from the position he took on the Tea Party Movement noted in Threadkiller's comments at 09:55 AM. Now, he embraces, if not applauds, the Tea Party efforts. I expect that by the time Rove completes this little kabuki dance, he will say that he fully supports O'Donnell, has all along, and by gosh, she make a great Senator.

Dave (in MA)

Yeah Bunny, tell us all about those geniuses of the Donkey Show. [57, uh 58 states, uh, uh, breathalysers for asthma, Pres. Roosevelt on TV in '29, voted for it before I voted against it, capsizing Guam, pass the bill so we can see what's in it, post 9-11 let's cut a big check no strings attached to the Iranians, I want to continue to woww the dice on afowdabwe housing, etc.]

Danube of Thought

U.S. poverty rate jumps to 14.3%, highest since 1994.

I believe Musselmen is synonymous with Mohammedan. See, also, Mohametan.

bunkerbuster

``jugeared fuck's transcripts''
President Obama graduated magna cum laude from Harvard with a law degree. You could perhaps debate whether a law degree guarantees intelligence or wisdom, but only a sadly spun moron would claim that it is not a significant academic achievement or that, somehow, his transcripts are necessary to confirm that.

Barbara

"she will"

Threadkiller

I figured it out. BungDuster must be a Corpse-man

">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZlKIfzoC8D0"> Obama Reads Word "Corpsman" as "Corpse Man" Twice

jwest

If a Harvard professor in the ‘80’s gave a black student anything but a stellar grade, he would have been literally branded a racist (with a hot iron) and banished from the kingdom of academia forever.

Clarice

Magna cum laude? Cite please.,bubu He was, as is increasingly obvious, an AA special at both Columbia and HLS.

As for Coons--how hard is it to beat a rich Marxist who's Reid's "pet" with an attractive poor woman who did pay all her taxes and tuition bills even though that took a long time to do?

ROA

A general comment by a Harvard professor about Harvard’s grading standards that is relevant to Obama’s academic honors.
A vociferous opponent of grade inflation, Professor Harvey C. Mansfield of Harvard has earned the nickname “Harvey ‘C-Minus’ Mansfield.” Today on Uncommon Knowledge, Professor Mansfield explains what’s wrong with grade inflation—and his own, now legendary, solution to the problem: keeping two sets of books.
There is something sick in the spectacle of mature adults showering young people with unbelievable praise, that professors who have devoted their lives to their field should be so quick to find excellence in so many students. It just doesn’t make sense that 50% of a Harvard class can receive an A or A-. And yet that’s what our average is. To show my contempt for the grade inflation that we have at Harvard, I decided to give my students two grades. One is the grade that goes to the registrar – that’s the “ironic grade” that is based on the Harvard average. The other one is a private grade from me to them telling them what they really deserve.

LUN

Chubby

Sara

((So, why is he repeatedly listing all the so-called negatives of O'Donnell over and over again and not just listing them, but going out of his way to highlight them when he should be listing Coons' negatives?))

I am outraged by what he is doing; it sounds like he loves Castle more than he loves Republicans. He could be doing much to further a Republican win but he is doing the opposite.

I think he's highly overrated anyway. I attribute most of Bush's political failures directly to Rove's malguidance. Why didn't he drag out dirt on Bush's enemies whenever Bush was under attack?

centralcal

Off to work, but a quick comment from Jim Geraghty tweet:

"Surprising bit from Rasmussen: Delaware "voters not affiliated with either major party prefer O’Donnell by eight points."

I believe JMH was pointing out in an earlier thread that the Independents would be key, due to the disparity between R and D voter numbers.

narciso

Right, that's why his classes didn't insist that you read the cases. except out of a Derrick Bell primer, and the one picture of his teaching, had Alinsky power relationships

Neo

I started to look at voter turnout in Alaska after reading a "Tea Party" story that stated it was "dismally low, at about 20 percent." Oddly, ABC showed it at "a measly 45.1 percent." Over at the Huffington Pose, they had it at "a turnout of 54.9%."

Very odd. The latest "Big Lie" ?

PD

ut only a sadly spun moron would claim that it is not a significant academic achievement or that, somehow, his transcripts are necessary to confirm that.

Sadly spun moron here, reporting for duty.

If his degree is so great, let's see what classes it was based on. Ah, 'scuse me, the classes on which it was based.

There is no upside to hiding the record if the record is exemplary. There is no upside to exposing the record if the record is less than exemplary. And the mere fact of hiding the record invites -- yes, invites, as in, "You're just asking for it" -- suspicion.

Captain Hate

Clarice, I'd be banging ads of Coons as Harry Reid's pet for the next month and a half so nonstop that a Delaware voter would think of him in a collar and leash automatically. I'd say that I thought Simple Harry was a Rovian plant but these days I'm wondering if Rove is a Rovian plant.

Danube of Thought

A number of sites say he was Magna at HLS. However, no one has ever determined what classes he took or what his grades were. I assume that, among other things, property law is a first-year requirement, and I would dearly love to know what he got in that course. It is only necessary to listen to him talk extemporaneously for a very short time to realize that he is not a well-educated man.

Ignatz

--"she will"--

Hot-cha-cha. Whoever she is, she's the kind of gal we like.

Barbara

Ignatz,

"she will" referred to my comments about Rove and Chris O'Donnell at 10:25 am. ;-)

PD

I think he's highly overrated anyway. I attribute most of Bush's political failures directly to Rove's malguidance. Why didn't he drag out dirt on Bush's enemies whenever Bush was under attack?

In his book, Rove admits that this was one of his biggest mistakes. But in some part the mistake was in not pushing Bush harder to allow pushback, because Rove wanted to more than was done. Bush thought it would lower the office of the presidency.

DebinNC

Gateway Pundit claims, and I just verified it, that the DE GOP website two days later still shows Mike Castle as "our candidate".

Threadkiller

Should I repost my semi-lengthy Rove joke from yesterday?

caro

via Gateway Pundit

Wow. Look at the Delaware GOP site under Our Candidates!

jwest

Luckily for people like Obama, the academic requirements of Harvard were not met only if viewed through the unenlightened eyes of the white oppressor.

When properly graded to take into account the struggle of the black community against the racist slavemasters who previously ran institutions of higher learning, the results of educational achievement can be adjusted to reflect a more culturally just system.

narciso

Yes, they are perfectly fair over there, the last two non O'Donnell candidates, Clatworthy
and Ting, who also seem to be perennial, could barely crack 40% in a good year

jimmyk

Bush thought it would lower the office of the presidency.

I thought that's what Vice Presidents are for.

jimmyk

Thanks, JMH, for that piece by Du Pont. I've been a fan of his since he ran for president in 1988.

I'm a bit disappointed to see (via Caro's link) that he endorsed Castle, but that's a defensible position, as many here have shown. (Also, I believe Castle was Du Pont's lieutenant governor, so his endorsement may have been a matter of personal loyalty.) The issue is whether he now will support O'Donnell. I suspect he will.

Jack is Back!

Companies that fail often fail because they didn't change or rejected change - the denial of continuous improvement. What you are seeing in the microcosm of Rove, the GOP and the NRSC is the failure to recognize the change taking place in their environment and dealing with it by retooling, rebranding and reinvigorating their product. When you are status quo and everyone accepted it and bought it, you had no reason to change, even though all great successful companies find ways to keep pace with market tendencies, consumer attitudes and social-culture movements.

I am not discussing change in the political vernacular of Axelrod/Plouffe but change as a necessity to staying fresh and acceptable as a product or a provider. The GOP needs a dose of kick ass and head smack to wake up and decide if they want to remain stalled in 1st gear or find a way to use this new fuel and carburation to get to the finish line first.

Captain Hate

LUN for the type of ad that's needed courtesy of an AoS commenter.

Jack is Back!

CH,

Heh!

Why not tie him to Reid, Marx, Obama, the Democrats, every damn progressive and their policies you can find?

But basically I think she can win just by running on a tea-party platform of less government, less taxes, less regulation and more economic freedom for all of Delaware and America. Its working down here for Rubio (up 16pts on Crist) with Meek a non-entity so far.

caro

CH, Ha!

And as to the Nuts and Sluts thing, here is an answer.

DebinNC

Isn't Obama going to stump for Blumenthal today... where major news there is ObamaCare is forcing possible insurance rate hikes of 20%? Is this stratergy to give him a lie to knock down or a well-timed slap in his face?

Chubby

((It’s either that or Rove has cracked up and gone squishy on us. ))

applying the Occam's or Ockham's razor, the latter

Old Lurker

Well said, Jack.

Captain Hate

I want to again emphasize that the level of discourse here regarding the Delaware race is incredibly higher in professionalism and maturity than at AoS where there are some truly bitter Castle supporters just flaming away at everybody. One of the most obnoxious nits revealed himself as a dunce a couple nights ago when he stated that a veto proof Senate majority was 60 instead of 67. You'd think that such a gaffe might get him to STFU on the insults but you'd be wrong.

Jim Ryan

The Bearded Marxist has "J.D. degree from Yale Law School, and a master's degree in Ethics from Yale Divinity School." (Wikipedia) So at Yale he obtained special knowledge of the Good and the Divine, mastering these subjects. He knows more about those things than the unwashed.

narciso

Yes, they have a fully stocked crew of Castle
'bitter clingers' over there, it's worse over
at Patterico, which had gone fully "kamikazi Scotman' not only against O'Donnell, but Levin
and Riehl

jimmyk

CH: Immaturity at AoS? I'm shocked!

Jack is Back!

jimmyk,

The don't refer to each other at AoSHQ as moron for no reason:)

Captain Hate

Yeah narc, the vitriol over Levin is pretty stunning; to which he'd tell all of them to STFU and GTFO. Mark really teed off on Rove last night and contrasted the classiness of Reagan's people with those of GWB (whom he praised as an individual if not his politics).

matt

so is Coons Harry Reid's poodle then? Such iconography!

Someone has to wrap Princess Shopping Cart, Coons, Pelosi, Schakowsky, Grayson, Waters and Franken into a great big socialist nutball media milkshake so that even their own followers start running for the exits.

maryrose

I think Rove's role has diminished this year and he is striking back at forces that he continues to grapple with in the republican party.Michelle Malkin sees this as the last gasp of the establishment Republican party. Rove better get on the train before it leaves the station {which it has} or risk being left behind. Dems biggest mistake was dismissing the tea Party movement. It will cost them dearly in November and history books will cover this phenomenom extensively.

narciso

Matt, that would be like the boulder in the opening to Raiders, or conversely the Giant ball of Garbage, hurtling toward Earth in Futurama Classic, as opposed to New Futurama.

Neo
Shaq hacked into the voicemails and phone systems of Darling and Vanessa Lopez, a mistress who is currently suing O'Neal. He deleted Lopez's messages and changed her password.
Now Shaq seems like a relatively smart guy, but ...
Clarice

JIB, that number doesn't strike a bell. My condo is on LBK.

Kasich is up 17 points over Strickland for Gov of Ohio.

CBS:
Americans are dissatisfied with their representation in Congress, a new CBS News/New York Times poll shows, with just 34 percent of registered voters saying their own member of Congress deserves re-election. Fifty-five percent, by contrast, say it's time to give someone new a chance. That's up from 47 percent in 2006 and 27 percent in 2004. Asked about most members of Congress, voters are even harsher: just 12 percent say they deserve reelection, while 78 percent want someone new. Those figures are similar to findings in 2006, when Democrats took control of Congress

Clarice

MOTUS tags MO's dress last evening as "When the rubber hits the road."

Neo

Dems biggest mistake was dismissing the tea Party movement.

I came accros a video of Carville last year saying that he "can't get enough of this [Tea Party] stuff". I bet he would like to eat those words now.

MayBee

Even better, "When Rubber hits the load"

I can't find the pictures of the back.

narciso

Mike "Iceberg" Murphy, makes that line about 'removing all doubt' rather explicit, in Politico

MayBee

Chef Jamie Oliver just named his newborn son Buddy Bear Maurice.
I wonder what Katie Couric has to say about that.

rse

In response to the question of Kevin Jennings, he made an imprudent remark about using these new Common Core national K-12 standards as a vehicle for obtaining a desirable school atmosphere and he's been pretty quiet since. Now that 38 states have adopted I suspect he is moving forward with his original plans.

Britain did something similar where they claimed they needed national standards to increase math and reading achievement. Instead the required Citizenship portion became a vehicle for pushing primary age children to think critically about "global poverty, climate change and sustainability, and community cohesion".

In turn these students will be able to turn their fears into an "agency for change" and make them "global citizens who are engaged in promoting a more just world".

The UK architect for all this, Michael Barber, has been spending lots of time here in the states setting up a US operation and meeting with the Gates Foundation.

Kevin Jennings and others now have their vehicle for transformative change. We need to be watching very carefully.

Captain Hate

Kasich is up 17 points over Strickland for Gov of Ohio

Twitchy Ted has yet to run an ad making any reference to the fact that he's been governor for the last 3.5+ years; the most recent ad ties Kasich to NAFTA, the bill that Slick twisted arms for. Very pathetic.

Somebody had a great idea imo at AoS; have Scott Brown make a campaign appearance for O'Donnell.

Old Lurker

"So at Yale he obtained special knowledge of the Good and the Divine"

...bringing to mind that first great book by WFB.

Might just be coincidence but it seems most of my nasty political arguments are with products of that particular Divinity School.

PD

I bet he would like to eat those words now.

I'm sure his wife reminds him from time to time.

narciso

According to Rush, Brown had some whine about how moderate Senators are endangered or something

The painters parade at Delos.

MT, condolences. Dog may be man's best friend, but to whom do we erect monuments?
========

Old Lurker

good

Dave (in MA)

Back to the (D) logo again for a second, here's http://www.imao.us/index.php/2010/09/they-make-it-too-easy/>another take, from IMAO.

Clarice

MayBee, I believe Ann posted it on one of these threads last night. It was black rubber with a zipper that ran from her left hip to her right thigh with a frape that hang unevenly over her butt to the hem.

Clarice

**Drape**

DebinNC

NEWS HOUR last night:

A Quinnipiac University poll released Tuesday shows Blumenthal leading McMahon by six points, 51-45.... The survey also found that 52 percent of respondents disapprove of President Obama's job performance, another potential drag on Blumenthal's campaign.

Which explains why Obama is flying in tonight for 2 big donor events but no public appearances.

Chubby

((Dems biggest mistake was dismissing the tea Party movement.))

I don't think they did dismiss it; their intense malice has telegraphed the level of their fear.

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