Monday, December 11, 2006

Gore Vidal Slams U.S. Policy on Cuba


Nothing says Christmas

like releasing a slasher film on Christmas Day.


President Dennis Kucinich

Yep, Dennis the Menace wants to be President because the Democrats aren't doing enough to get all those troops he just loves out of Iraq and back home. The scourge of Cleveland is a Progressive and as such the barricades keep whispering his name. "Save the peace Dennis. Save the peace!"

The proposer of a National Peace Department with all his flags waving said:

"Democrats were swept into power on Nov. 7 because of widespread voter
discontent with the war in Iraq," said the Ohio lawmaker. "Instead of heeding
those concerns and responding with a strong and immediate change in polices and
direction, the Democratic congressional leadership seems inclined to continue
funding the perpetuation of the war."

Yeah, gotcha Dennis, but don't you think it's a good idea to wait until the Democrats are actually, uh, in power?

Now go brush your teeth and get ready for bed Dennis.

Hillary says it still takes a village

Yeah, but who's village?

Pelosi deeply troubled by Republicans

"It is deeply troubling that the ethics committee has found that the failure of
the Members and staff responsible for the safety of the young men and young
women who serve as pages is, '...not merely the exercise of poor judgment; it is
a present danger to House pages and to the integrity of the institution of the
House,'" Pelosi said in a statement.

Gerry Studds was unavailible for comment, but Rep. Silvestre Reyes of Texas stated "Pages are predominantly catchers, right?"

John Boehner is the right man for the job

Friday, December 08, 2006
Boehner offers parting wisdom to GOP colleagues

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- House Majority Leader John Boehner told his GOP
colleagues Friday that for Republicans to reclaim the majority in 2008, they
must offer a slate of ideas in the new Congress and return to the party's core
principles including a limited government.The Ohio Republican offered this
advice in a five page memo sent to individual lawmakers as the House was
preparing to wrap up its business for the year."If we want to reclaim our
majority, we first have to reclaim our mantle as the party of hope, freedom and
reform ... the party of Reagan and Lincoln," Boehner writes in the memo. "As our
Democratic counterparts may discover the hard way, having a majority is of
limited value if you don't have a vision and a plan for using it."View the memo
-- CNN Political Editor Mark Preston

Franco still dead, So is Kilroy's hope

Monday, December 11, 2006
Recount confirms: GOP Rep. Pryce wins reelection
from Greg Botelho, CNN Washington Bureau-->

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- A congressional race that was so close it
triggered an automatic recount finally wrapped up Monday with officials
confirming Republican Rep. Deborah Pryce had won.Pryce ended Election Night
1,055 votes ahead of Democrat Mary Jo Kilroy, but the difference was within a
half-percentage point, which requires an automatic recount under Ohio law. The
recount numbers, released Monday, showed Pryce had gained 7 more votes, to win
with 110,739 votes to 109,677 for Kilroy. The two women waged one of the
country's most closely watched races, with Pryce -- as the House's No. 4
Republican leader -- seen by national Democrats as vulnerable on the war on Iraq
and her championing of President Bush's failed Social Security privatization
Posted 12/11/2006 10:05:00 AM

Frank Rich - reality based moron

Frank has declared Iraq lost, right on cue. He just came to this realization?

Only in an election year ruled by fiction could a sissy who used Daddy's
connections to escape Vietnam turn an actual war hero into a
Frank Rich 2004

Al Gore is the "right man in the
right place at the right time" thanks to "a perfect storm of events," May 28,

"It's not only cowboy diplomacy that's dead at this point in
the Bush era, but also functioning democracy as we used to know it."—Frank Rich,
July 16, 2006-12-11

"Most of all, disengagement from Iraq is the
patriotic thing to do. Diverting as 'divided Democrats' has been, it's escapist
entertainment. The Washington story that will matter most going forward is the
fate of the divided Republicans. Only if they heroically come together can the
country be saved from a president who, for all his professed pipe dreams about
democracy in the Middle East, refuses to surrender to democracy's verdict at
It’s Not the Democrats Who Are Divided
By FRANK RICH November 19,

He must be hot on the Manhatten party circuit. So witty, snarky and full of crap. These jerks are dime-a-dozen.

This is just plain wrong II

GOP poll