Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Oh, the Democrats cry, where are the good old days, when the Republican party was run by good natured losers like Bob Michel and Bob Dole, people who would fight tooth and nail to keep the Dems from raising taxes too much, and who would resist efforts to make the Republican party too extreme, and who were happy to settle for the bronze medal...

And instead, Bush and Rove are out trying to win again... what a disgrace...

Oh, and perhaps you caught wind of the Patriot Project, the purpose of which is apparently to defend Dem politicians from various attacks & criticism. Perhaps the other side needs to start a few 'projects' to defend against charges of racism and greed and being owned by big business and - here's a great idea - how about the 'Jewish Project' to defend against claims that the Bush administration's foreign policy is controlled by Israel & the Jews?

Oy... three swigs of vodka and the flu-like symptoms still won't go away... oy...

Saturday, October 21, 2006

Some predictions:
1 - Republicans keep a majority in the House of Representatives, about 221 to 214.
2 - Republicans keep a majority in the Senate, about 53 to 47, with Lieberman being actively wooed to switch parties or declare himself an independent.
3 - Dems take control of the major offices in NY state (Gov, AG, and Treasurer) - more people in NY start looking at real estate prices and job ads in places like South Carolina (which mention in particular because I have relatives there and Charleston is quite charming.)
4 - Members the far left of the Dems (eg, Kos, IndyMedia, Democratic Underground) flip out, declare the election was stolen again, etc. The MSM discusses the issue without noting that the people doing the compaining are screwy - the louder the complaints the screwier the complainers.
5 - Efforts to further undermine the Bush administration in any way possible are redoubled and then redoubled again when it looks like Bush, instead of being humble in victory and replacing Condi Rice and Donald Rumsfeld with Madelyn Albright and Sandy Berger, decides to do what he thinks needs to be done (eg, foment a revolution in Iran and take out the Syrian regime); and even more redoubled when the policies fail to start a nuclear war and instead produce dancing in the streets of Tehran (following by Ramsey Clark defending that Iranian loony president, whose name I won't be able to spell correctly without looking it up, when he goes on trial for crimes against the people of Iran. Oh, and expect real screaming if the heir to the Iranian throne is welcomed back to the country.)

Only Democrats and their ilk know how to properly solve problems; that's why they know that the first step to solving problems in to undermine the other side's efforts, which can only lead to worse problems. (On the other hand, when Dems solutions make problems worse, it's because no one could have prevented that and God Knows the Republican solutions would have made the problems even more worse...)

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

I'm looking at the Picasso painting that the 'Las Vegas magnate' poked a hole in. Is it just me or does it look like a woman with a penis growing out of her chin? Also, I must admit that I am much turned on by a woman with forearms like Popeye. The wall paper looks kind of nice, though. A hundred thirty nine million? Aw, geez dere, Edith...

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Labor leader accused of stealing $2M
By PAT MILTON, Associated Press Writer
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NEW YORK - The president of the nation's largest municipal labor council was arrested on federal racketeering charges Tuesday, accused of stealing more than $2 million from the state and labor unions. Brian M. McLaughlin, 54, is accused in an indictment of stealing money from several organizations in which he held official positions, according to a statement from federal prosecutors in Manhattan. He and his associates are accused of stealing from labor unions, the state of New York and not-for-profit groups.
Details of the arrest were not immediately released.
McLaughlin is president of the New York City Central Labor Council, an umbrella group of unions that has supported Mayor Michael Bloomberg. He also is a seven-term Democratic state assemblyman.
Authorities have said a federal probe that began during Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's administration was related to a bid-rigging scheme involving million-dollar city contracts for streetlights.

(Who'd a thunk it - a Democrat doing something wrong.)

Saturday, October 14, 2006

Tragic, heroic, worth a double bus load of the idiots we are forced to give equal time to. By the way, perhaps someone would like to tell pudding boy that being investigated hardly amounts to guilt. Ask the Clintons.

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