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October 05, 2010

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Captain Hate

The Witness Protection Network

Porchlight

Our bgates beat everyone to the punch with "The Great Lean Forward" yesterday.

centralcal

What a laugh! MessNBC wants to "raise awareness" of their programming. Yeah, that'll help ratings. Is it because of that recent poll where most people didn't have a clue who Doberman and Madcow were? I am sure once they find out, they will become fans! snort.

Lucky L

Yo Harry, bend over...

"In the latest Fox News battleground state poll of likely voters, Angle drew 49 percent to Reid’s 46 percent. As voters make up their mind with four weeks to go until Election Day, Angle seems to have the edge."

LUN

bunkerbuster

Liberals will always have a tough time matching identity conservative success in televised ideotainment. There just isn't as much demand for that kind of thing among liberals, who prefer the more in-depth, fact-based journalism of places like NYT, Wapo, NPR and the BBC.
Identity liberals, of which there are plenty, tend not to spend too much time desperately searching for edification, the way identity conservatives do. That's the pedestrian observation that has made Rush Limbaugh a multimillionaire...at his listener's expense, of course...

Janet

The WaPo has gone retro today with a Cohen editorial on the Kent State shootings, and a metro article on Jimmy Carter....seems like the left is leanin' backwards.

Scott

These people don't even know that they are not supposed to lean at all. What happened to actual reporting the news as facts and information? I hope that as they stumble forward the slide into the dirt they get a mouthful.

MayBee

Last week, when I was driving some visitors around the Hollywood Hills, I saw not 1 but 2 homes, each of which had to be worth about $3 million, with big Barack Obama portraits prominently displayed outside. They were a few miles apart, so it wasn't a neighborhood thing.

Odd. I wonder if they were identity liberals, or just Obama cultists.

Captain Hate

I hear Rick Sanchez is available.

bunkerbuster

Hey, here's a good manifesto for the Tea Party:

Pay up, or we let your house burn.
But if you'll let us napalm a few hundred thousand dark-skinned people in a far-away place, we'll cut your taxes to pay for that.

narciso

I'd say they were the Witless Protection Network, Captain

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

1 but 2 homes, each of which had to be worth about $3 million, with big Barack Obama portraits prominently displayed outside

Did you throw up Maybee?

It's funny that bubu thinks we would resent someone making millions. Perhaps his welfare checks are not adequate.

Captain Hate

Either one works, narc; but how can they compete with Client #9 and Porker in "Please Get a Room and Off My Television"?

reader

"Lean Back" was taken. That title was used for Terror Squad's 2004 rap hit, and winner of the Source Award for single of the year.

Captain Hate

a Cohen editorial on the Kent State shootings

Since you've obviously read it and can spare me wasting my time on it, what did that idiot have to say about it that hasn't already been driven into the ground?

narciso

Oh good god, they had Aaron "I snorted my whole West Wing salary" Sorkin, on,not that I watched, that car wreck, and you know who they
had the nerve to criticize

Captain Hate

The liveblog on AoS was pretty funny; I think my favorite line was "Is anybody else spitting at the tv and trying to get it in Parker's mouth?"

NK

Good news for those of us on the "Right". MSNBC and BuBu are flailing pitifully. Good sign, they have nothing to say to anyone. And that SOB in the WH tells people during a televised discussion that the "rich" earning $200K will buy a flat screen taxes, no taxes. I despise that arrogant fascist SOB more each day.

Captain Hate

Btw, I can't believe that KPork asked Spitz what his guilty pleasure was. How can you improve on that? Assuming Silda was watching, she probably thought "Just when I thought my personal humiliation was done with".

Old Lurker

I'm happy to report I don't even know the channel number of MSNBC.

Rob Crawford

It's funny that bubu thinks we would resent someone making millions.

Why? He hates that someone, somewhere, makes more than he does. He's a leftist; his life is animated by envy and greed.

(The whole "gap between the rich and poor" line of BS is an argument that we should organize society around envy.)

I only get upset when the money is extracted by force or fraud.

Clarice

Michael Barone in the Washington Examiner on the generic ballot surveys:

"Gallup’s numbers tend to be volatile. Its procedures for projecting likely turnout are very sensitive to transitory responses. They’re useful in identifying shifts in the balance of enthusiasm. But they can overstate the swings to one party or the other. Scott Rasmussen’s latest generic ballot numbers among likely voters show Republicans with only a 45%-42% lead, much less than the 48%-38% lead he reported two days ago. That’s based on a three-day average, indicating Democrats fared relatively well on the most recent night of interviewing. Perhaps Barack Obama’s attempts to gin up enthusiasm among Democratic voters are bearing fruit. Or perhaps one night’s results were an anomaly. Polling theory tells us that at least one out of 20 polls is simply wrong, that is, the results differ from what you would get from interviewing the entire population by more than the margin of error.

The realclearpolitics.com average of recent generic ballot polls, with the Gallup likely voter results factored in, shows Republicans ahead by 48%-42%, which is similar to what we’ve seen for the past week or two.

But we do keep seeing poll results from surprising districts that tend to support the Gallup results. Last week I pointed to a poll (from a pollster I don’t know) showing an even race in North Carolina 7 between Republican Ilario Pantano and 14-year Democratic incumbent Mike McIntyre, who won his 2008 race, in which he had an active Republican opponent, with 69% of the vote. Now Ed Morrissey directs our attention to a poll by Public Opinion Strategies, a highly respected Republican firm, in Minnesota 8 showing 36-year incumbent James Oberstar leading Republican challenger Chip Cravaacke by only 45%-42%, within the margin of error.

John McCormack has a good post in the Weekly Standard’s blog on this. Oberstar was first elected in 1974, he is Chairman of the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee and has brought public dollars to an economically chronically ailing district. He was reelected in 2008 with 68% of the vote. But this is also a district that, despite containing the Democratic strongholds of Duluth and much of the Iron Range (both in St. Louis County) that voted only 53% for John Kerry in 2004 and Barack Obama in 2008. However, at its southern end it includes Isanti and Chisago Counties, exurban counties in the Twin Cities metro area, which despite a Democratic heritage have trended away from Democrats in recent elections—toward Jesse Ventura in 1998 and toward Republicans between 2000 and 2008, when they both voted for John McCain.

Minnesota 8 has a certain historic resonance for Democrats. It was one of only two or three districts (I am away from my desk where I have my papers and sources on this) which in the Republican landslide year of 1946 switched from a Republican to a Democratic congressman. This was a move away from progressive and isolationist Republicans (like Alvin O’Konski in the adjoining then-10th District of Wisconsin) toward labor-backed Democrats (completed in the Wisconsin case by the victory of young Democrat David Obey over O’Konski when they were redistricted together in 1972). Only two Democrats have represented Minnesota 8 ever since, John Blatnik, first elected in 1946 and for whom Oberstar worked as a staffer, and since 1974 Oberstar; only one Democrat, David Obey, has represented what is now Wisconsin 7 since 1969. For Oberstar to have a serious challenge, much less to be in danger of defeat, is quite astonishing. If these numbers are right—and like all poll numbers they are subject to some degree of doubt—they tend to confirm the Gallup likely voter numbers."

Charlie (Colorado)

Liberals will always have a tough time matching identity conservative success in televised ideotainment.

That is a contender for the stupidest single sentence in the history of the English language.

Janet

what did that idiot have to say about it

His point was the evil right wing demonized anti-war protesters until some got shot....Beck, Newt, & the Tea Party crowd are doing the same thing now. It ends with him riding off on his bike listening to Neil Young on his ipod.

boris

Sounds about exactly backwards. Maybe that idiot is a pomo preener too.

Captain Hate

His point was the evil right wing demonized anti-war protesters until some got shot

That can only be a deliberate lie on his part and he should be called out on it. He's old enough to know what a steaming pile he wrote. Thanks for reading it so I didn't have to.

Rob Crawford

His point was the evil right wing demonized anti-war protesters until some got shot...

Because they instigated a riot and assaulted National Guardsmen.

Beck, Newt, & the Tea Party crowd are doing the same thing now.

Huh? The only violence has been directed AT Tea Partiers; the anti-war loons had a long history of violence before Kent State.

It ends with him riding off on his bike listening to Neil Young on his ipod.

And must have started with Cohen taking a couple of bit hits off his bong.

MayBee

Did Cohen mention the SEIU gang protesting at the home of a bank executive while the 14 year old was home alone inside?

PD

Liberals will always have a tough time matching identity conservative success in televised ideotainment.

Define your term "identity conservative" for us, please.

As has been pointed out here before, none of us have the slightest idea what you mean by it, and there is widespread suspicion that you don't know, either.

Here's your chance to prove us wrong by knowing something.

Ignatz

--I'm happy to report I don't even know the channel number of MSNBC.--

I'm happy to report I have it blocked.

PD

There just isn't as much demand for that kind of thing among liberals, who prefer the more in-depth, fact-based journalism of places like NYT, Wapo, NPR and the BBC.

That's the sort of thing a right-winger would write as satire of the left.

That a leftist writes it with utter sincerity and conviction of its truth is kinda sad.

Thomas Collins

Please produce evidence, bunkerbuster, that napalming dark skinned people is part of the Tea Party program.

If you want to discuss how overprivileged Westerners have hurt dark skinned people, we can start with the devastating impact of the DDT ban on many parts of black Africa.

Porchlight

Thanks for that Barone story, Clarice. Ed Morrissey was on a conference call with Chip Cravaack, Oberstar's opponent, and Cravaack says the big issue on the Range is of course cap and trade.

I also saw this comment on the HotAir story:

And it bears noting that without the Iron Range, Minnesota almost assuredly flips from a blue state to a red one. Oberstar’s district puts the Dems over the top here. Without them reliably voting Dem, Minnesota is in play in all national elections.

Ignatz

--Liberals will always have a tough time matching identity conservative success in televised ideotainment.--

Whatever you say bubu.
However it's safe to say liberals, identity and otherwise, have pretty much cornered the market on idiotainment.

MayBee

Did you throw up Maybee?

It really baffled me, Jane. I tried to imagine who would feel compelled to have a portrait of a politician mar their otherwise impeccable home/landscaping.
It's not something one sees frequently in this country.

Rick Ballard

Jay Cost also covers the Gallup generic. I don't believe either one has fully identified the "I didn't leave the party, the party left me" element which is the natural result of Dean's sale of the party to the commies.

BOzo and the clown posse have provided irrefutable evidence that the Democrat Party is fully in the hands of people representing only 20% of the electorate. The evidence provided is driving or has driven 'moderate' Dems into either a switch to independent status or to a refusal to support the Three Stooges of the Democalypse in any manner. I'm with Cost in wanting heavy odds prior to placing any money onn a 13-18% disparity on election day but I won't be surprised in the least if results show it to have been true.

Danube of Thought

Bubu lives with his mother and can't get laid. His hobby is writing high-school level civics lectures by stringing cliches together, some of them remarkably obscure. But he makes a nice pinata for the folks here.

daddy the ADN's censored commenter of the month

Thanks Holly and Pager and others for your inputs at the ADN.

Just having to respond to you guys throws them off. Well done.

Melinda Romanoff

DoT-

An EMPTY pinata.

No candy at the end of the drubbing.

Danube of Thought

A Mohammedan feels the love:

Brace yourselves because the war with the Muslims has just begun," a defiant Shahzad told the judge before the sentence was delivered.

"The defeat of the U.S. is imminent and will happen in the near future."

Shahzad, 30, a married father of two and naturalized American citizen who lived in Bridgeport, Conn., had pleaded guilty on June 21 in Manhattan federal court to 10 felonies, including international terrorism and trying to use a weapon of mass destruction.

Captain Hate

One of the moderates, DoT? So now we send him to a Mooooooooooslim recruiting center? That makes sense.

rse

The Dem candidates keep throwing out that the Rep's want to cut the fed DoED or eliminate it entirely.

Clearly trying to protect all those bad ideas while they are still in the implementation stage so that the poorly informed candidate says "On No. That's not where I'd cut. I love children". Then if they get elected they can get professional staff people to handle telling them what they need to know about DC and nothing gets changed in fact.

I think that's the game plan. Kim and I have had a nice dialogue at the end of "I Beg to Differ" thread on why they cannot rely on staff.

These elected Reps have to start doing their own homework on the Global Warming, sustainability, diversity, and STEM agendas. Our young people are not only going to be taxed to death, there's a definite broad attempt to keep them ignorant. Now wonder the bureaucrats call it P-16 or P-20.

Only 24% of Harvard undergrad courses now give final exams?

Porchlight

daddy, can you post a link to the article at the ADN where you'd like us to comment? I followed your LUN to the ADN homepage but wasn't sure where the action was. I wouldn't mind throwing my hat in. ;)

Captain Hate

Yeah daddy; let me at 'em. I'll beat them like they were Dean Smith's gristle encased brain.

Ignatz

Something tells me the guy who came up with "Lean Forward" is the same idiot who came up with this:

narciso

I think that attitude has already reached the Economist, rse, in the LUN

centralcal

No kidding, Ignatz!

daddy the ADN's censored commenter of the month

Porchlight,

Just about anywhere in the ADN if there is a story mentioning MIller or Lisa. For instance here on the ">http://www.adn.com/"> home page at this minute are the following stories:

Tea party group vows more big spending in Alaska Senate race
The Tea Party Express returned to Alaska on Monday vowing to beat Sen. Lisa Murkowski all over again.
Alaska Politics blog: Miller wife worked for him in magistrate's office
Miller holds town-hall meeting in Fairbanks
Video: Tea Party Express ads and rally
Tidal wave of outside money swamping 2010 elections

Just pick one and go.

The first story about Tea Party Money has I think 9 negatives comments and 1 positive one on the first page that pops up. That pretty much seems to be the standard ratio. Last night Holy was banging away on a different story about Miller being controlled by outside money etc. ">http://community.adn.com/adn/node/153466?pageNum=13&&&mi_pluck_action=page_nav#Comments_Container"> here, but there are so many to choose from that I usually just start with whatever new ones are on the Home page and go from there.

Jim Ryan

STAFFER #1: We need to pimp our ride a little here. The new logo is nice. Got a slogan? We polled "change that matters" and most respondents didn't know what the hell it meant.

MARKETING GUY: Well, if you really want to pimp things up, how about something explicit that people can understand, like "Rocking your World"?

STAFFER #2: Um....

MARKETING GUY: No wait! "Lean forward."

STAFFER #1:

STAFFER #2: Um...

daddy the ADN's censored commenter of the month

Go get 'em Captain!

And did you guys see this new story apparently just breaking linked by Instapundit. ">http://bigjournalism.com/rfutrell/2010/10/04/breaking-in-wake-of-taping-ashjians-tea-party-of-nevada-chairman-to-resign-endorse-angle/#idc-cover"> Breaking: In Wake of Taping, Ashjian’s ‘Tea Party of Nevada’ Chairman to Resign, Endorse Angle

This phony Tea Party Candidate got someone to wear a wire at a meeting with Harry Reid's opponent, Sharron Angle, in order apparently to try to trap her into saying something stupid to use to smear her in the Election. Made this guy's campaign manager so mad he quit and is endorsing Angle.

What a bunch of dirtbags.

MarkO

First, I would never have known about this slogan but for this blog and I’m concerned that such nonsense even matters. The History Channel has more viewers.

That said, this slogan feels like a “nudge” which is Obama’s favorite ploy. Okay. Lean forward. Oops. No. I’ve never served time. Why do you ask?

Rob Crawford

If someone leans forward enough, you can see their (D) logo.

Porchlight

Thanks, daddy! I will have at it.

daddy the ADN's censored commenter of the month

Thanks Porch,

Rats. The Zoo gals sent me a photo of my "Bear", but I can't get it to link. Grrrr. Anyhow, off to Newark.

And Captain, when you're wailing away over there, just remember that most of those snide jackasses making those comments (if they're Alaskan's--which they probably aren't) are Duke fans. Anchorage is overrun with 'em, so no wonder the morons are lefty eggheads.

Danube of Thought

Okay, this is as far OT as one can go, but I think you'll like it. It's a recent wedding at the very southern end of Coronado beach, down by the Hotel del Coronado. The wedding planner, if there was one, forgot about one thing...

Captain Hate

daddy I just registered under Cult_of_Murk and dropped a Cleveland steamer on a bunch of Lisa Lisa fans.

MayBee

ha ha ha ha ha, DoT!

MayBee

Speaking of ha ha ha-- is there anything funnier than reading the same people who insist we must allow illegal immigration or our food prices will go up (because we underpay the laborers) ream Joe Miller for wanting to get rid of the national minimum wage?

Captain Hate

That ADN site seems to be the place where really really stupid trolls go to make complete asses out of themselves. There's really only so much of that dump that I can take, daddy.

Rob Crawford

is there anything funnier than reading the same people who insist we must allow illegal immigration or our food prices will go up (because we underpay the laborers) ream Joe Miller for wanting to get rid of the national minimum wage?

Not really. But you can bet they can't connect the two.

Captain Hate

Btw daddy, check out the LUN for a great photochop of Moronski courtesy of AoS.

I can't wait for Tammy Bruce to skewer the Spitz and Ditz show from last night, especially after what narc said (which I subsequently heard a sound clip of) about that gelded eunuch Sorkin's comments about teh Sarah. I'm guessing Tammy could destroy those three without breaking a nail.

Jack is Back!

OT: Isn't it funny that the Tories would want to steal one of Obama's political analogies and use it against the Laborites? According to an account in The Daily Telegraph (which I have on my Kindle edition but cannot find on line), the Chancellor, George Osborne presents himself as "the trusty man with the breakdown truck who has hauled us out of the ditch and is getting us roadworthy again."

It goes on to say, "But after 5 years of hard work he intends to look us in the eye and warn: "Don't give the keys back to the people who crashed the car."

No mention if Mr. Osborne knows how to put the car in drive and reverse.

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

Maybee,

So exactly how were these portraits hung? DID they have glass around them? Perched on a tree? Were the houses gated?

I really wonder who lives there.

Jack is Back!

DoT,

Nothing like Hell Week to wreck your best laid plans:)

Further down the beach is the Loew's Hotel as you know. I am there for a conference back in 1993 or 94 and they were running Hell Week at the time. They send up flares from time to time to light up the beach and you could watch a lot of it from the perimeter. All you could say was "there for the grace of God DO NOT GO I".

MayBee

Jane- One was a large photograph, at least 16 x 20, in glass and framed. The house was at the top of the Hollywood Hills, beautiful and modern, with a short driveway that had large potted trees. In one of the pots, facing out toward the street, was the portrait.

The other was on a home closer to Sunset, but still in the Hills, a large (huge) iconic Obama poster strapped to the side of the two-story house.

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

Geez - how nice of them to point it away from their line of vision and on to yours.

MayBee

And yes, I wonder who lives there, and why Obama the man is so important to them.

MayBee

I imagined them feeling relieved after a long day at work, arriving home to see their kind Obama portrait welcoming them to their own driveway.

MayBee

Then I thought, maybe it's kind of a passover deal. They put the mark of the Obama on their house in the hopes the evil will bypass their homes.

Clarice

Heh, MayBee, that's probably it..A new version of putting blood on the lintels of their homes.

lyle

That picture is hilarious, DoT. Thanks for posting it. I love the Hotel Del and Coronado.

My alma mater's football team played in the Poinsettia Bowl in '08. The freshman and sophmore players got to train with the SEALS a couple of days before the game. Suffice it to say it was not a beautiful SD day; cold and very rainy. I was in the hotel lobby when these guys returned from their little beach workout. As JiB said, "there but by the grace of God, go not I!"

centralcal

lol, MayBee!

maryrose

OT:
I may have been on a previous thread but how about Obama trashing Fox News again and praising Madcow and Oelbermann? The apocalypse truly is upon us. I also love the smackdown from Mondale to Obama on getting rid of his telepromter.

centralcal

Another O/T - Howie Kurtz is leaving Washington Post for the Daily Beast.

Sounds like a kind of odd move.

bunky

Lawrence O'Donnell is a man baby!

matt

the new new slogan;

"Your Democratic Party: Stalin for Time"

maryrose

All I can say is we used to have a huge picture of LeBron James on the side of a building in downtown Cleveland. Needless to say that tribute is long gone. Even the original artist of the iconic Obama image has expressed disapointment in him

Ignatz

--And yes, I wonder who lives there, and why Obama the man is so important to them.--

Maybee you shouldn't jump to conclusions.
Halloween is fast approaching.

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

Then I thought, maybe it's kind of a passover deal. They put the mark of the Obama on their house in the hopes the evil will bypass their homes.

LOL

You know I haven't seen Mr President on my TV once this week.

I bet he was watching the Ryder Cup.

Danube of Thought

I lived in the Hollywood Hills from 1978 to 1994 and the place was crawling with limousine liberals. Political illiterates...

Ignatz

--Political illiterates...--

Was the qualifier necessary, DoT?

Jim Ryan

Global Kleptobureaucracy Now!

What do we want?

Global Kleptobureaucracy!

When do we want it?

Now!

Pagar

"I just registered "

Capt Hate, can you give us a clue where?
I've tried but haven't seen it.

We can up the recommends for you.

bgates

Howie Kurtz is leaving Washington Post for the Daily Beast.

Remember that episode of The Simpsons where they go to the food court, and Marge says "I'll have the Chicken Tandoori", and Homer says "I'll have the Beef Wellington", and then the camera pans down to a sub-basement where a guy is ladling stuff out of a vat labeled "all-purpose meat" onto ramps that go up into each restaurant?

Captain Hate

Pagar, I'm "Cult_of_Murk" on the "Tidal wave of outside money" and "Miller, in DC to raise money" threads. Where are you?

Pagar

The slogan they should have
"“Stop the Liberal Bias, Tell the Truth!”
.

Wonder if we'll see this reported by the leftist propaganda readers.

Rick Ballard

Jane,

Where would you think that an appearance by Typhoid Obama would have the biggest impact? I'd like to see him in Illinois for a week or so.

Captain Hate

I hope Oscammer doesn't come to Ohio because I'm pretty sure Strickland is toast even without his input. The Plain Dealer endorsed Kasich which I'm sure Ted the twitch was counting on to have a ghost of an outside chance. Let BOwser go to Nevada and put the knife in Reid's dowager hump; I'm sure if he uses his Negro street accent and the car analogy, that'll be a sure winner.

centralcal

Pagar, I saw that "stop the liberal media" campaign over at Newsbusters this morning. I love it!

Ignatz

--Let BOwser go to Nevada and put the knife in Reid's dowager hump--

Now that's funny.

bgates

the car analogy

Never gets old, does it?

Drive; Reverse. Classic.

On the other hand -

Depression; Recovery.
Destroy; Rebuild.
Disdain; Revere.
Demonize; Reason.
Defecate; Rinse.
Divide; Reunify.
Dictate; Repeal.
Demand; Refudiate.
Dork; Regular.
Disheartened, distressed, desperate, doomed, disastrous, demagoguing, Democrats;
Ready.

Rick Ballard

CH,

A West Coast 'Kiss of Death' tour with a stop in Colorado on the way out probably makes the most sense. I'd just like to see BOzo's former seat turn over with almost all the others.

Captain Hate

Yeah Rick, he'd really take it personally in Illinois except the thin skinned bastard takes *everything* personally. So yes; Go West and tell everybody to pucker up.

Nice list, bgates.

NK

Rick B--

I hope Barry O goes to Colo. Calif. Nev and Wash State. A western trip through those 4 states could guaranty a majority Repub senate, and the result would be Obamacare de-funded. Please Barry get on that plane and fly west.

Old Lurker

Bloomberg: "Investment bankers for General Motors Co. have met with sovereign wealth funds and private investors in the Middle East and Asia to gauge interest in the automaker’s planned stock sale, said two people familiar with the meetings."

So. Once a state owned company, always a state owned company. Just a different state. No conflict there, is there, wanting a big supplier of oil to own the company expected to produce 62MPG vehicles so they can sell less of their oil?

That should work out just fine.

Jane (sit on the couch or save your country)

Where would you think that an appearance by Typhoid Obama would have the biggest impact?

He's coming to help Deval on October 23rd - and we all recall how much that helped Marsha.

lyle

"I'm sure if he uses his Negro street accent and the car analogy, that'll be a sure winner.

Don't forget the 'R's and their Slurpees. That's always a crowd pleaser.

jimmyk

a guy is ladling stuff out of a vat labeled "all-purpose meat" onto ramps that go up into each restaurant?

Reminds me of an old Mad magazine (I think) cartoon depicting a gas station with regular and premium gasoline, and a single large tank underground for both.

Captain Hate

Oh daddy; somebody at AoS is dishing out teh Leeza funneh in 50 gallon drums:

"I'm not a whiny bitch you assholes!
Posted by: Lisa Murkowski, Poor Loser"

Visions from Hell:
1. Lisa's O-face
2. Lisa asking to give you oral

Deadliest catch indeed. I bet Lisa M Halloween masks are hot sellers this year.

Porchlight

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