Saturday, February 24, 2007

It's always nice to have clarity from our elected officials

"She accused me of questioning her patriotism," Cheney said. "I didn't question her patriotism. I questioned her judgment."

"Al-Qaeda functions on the basis that they think they can break our will. That's their fundamental underlying strategy: that if they can kill enough Americans or cause enough havoc, create enough chaos in Iraq, then we'll quit and go home," Cheney added. "And my statement was that if we adopt the Pelosi policy, that then we will validate the strategy of al-Qaeda. I said it, and I meant it."

Why is it that anytime you disagree with a Democrat they claim you're questioning their patriotism? Of course they will quickly tell you that dissent is the highest form of patriotism they minute they want to undermine the war effort.


Elevating Nancy Pelosi to SoTH was the Democrat's first mistake after their win.

It's in their genes to self-destruct. It's just that I don't want to go down in their jeans er...genes.

Do you watch Medium by any chance?

Perfect example of a clairvoyant mother's (woman's) emotional overreaction to a dream she had. Apropos to your headline.

Logical mathematician husband appeals to her logic. She has none, and overreacts wanting to make all these drastic changes in their life to counteract the dream.

Later finds out husband was right. Had she followed her emotions, her dream would have come true.

Can't remember who plays her (Medium), just know she was married to Nicholas Cage. Now that's worth remembering. Yummy Nick Cage.

Please don't share his politics, lifestyle, anything with me.

He's eye candy only. His intellect is of no interest.

"FaceOff", he exits the limo slow mo, swaggering towards the camera, long duster coat spread out in the breeze.


Sorry, that was a Harry Met Sally moment. Didn't mean to get carried away.
Oh, and Dick?


I've seen the show a couple of times and your description is spot on. I think it's Patricia Arquette and I won't give you any hints about her ex hubby's politics.

I updated the post with a photo for you.
RW -- Don't you think the funniest part of this whole thing is she ran to President Bush to tell on Mr. Cheney? Tres juvenile. Why doesn't she just admit it's the truth and move on?

Hi @@ - I thought she was automatically next in line for SoTH? So there really wasn't a choice, was there? Remember, it could be worse (Murtha, Reid, etc.)

You're right that it's really a formality, but anyone could have challenged her for it. Harold Ford Jr. gave her a run for her minority leader position and had he won that he would likely not have run for the Senate and would now be Speaker.

What a change that would be having a Democrat with a brain in charge. He's also articulate so maybe we can put that behind us as a racial slur. He's also not scared to go on Fox News.
OMG I love it RW. I love it!!!!!!!

Thank you!

There's one missing though.

(Insert very wide smile here)
RW -- it was a travesty that Harold Ford Jr. didn't win that senate seat. I could write volumes about that.

(P.S. I really like the Cheney head-butt!)

It wasn't a travesty in the least that he didn't win. He ran a very bad campaign and trying to slander Corker as a racist was ridiculous and beneath him.

I like the guy, but he got swept up into some ugly territory even going to a port terminal to film a commercial that he knew were downright lies about the Dubai port deal. The people of Tennessee were more likely to vote Republican, but they would have elected him if he had stayed true to his usual convictions.

Where did that photo montage come from?
My NASCAR picks. For all I know the race already ran!

Kasey Kahne, Michael Waltrip, Dale Jr., Mark Martin, Kyle Bushch.


I got wiped out in that match play thing too.
Buy Danish,

@@ doesn't like it when you talk sports over here. :-)

The picture was stolen from the Neal Boortz web site, but he doesn't attribute where it came from and I'm fairly certain it's not a Boortz original.

I've got:



Little E


That's right Danish, we don't need no stinkin' sports at this bar.

This is a political watering hole.

Washington...and no Redskins allowed.

It is still the Redskins, isn't it?


Aahhhhhhh, who cares.

The door to Wooten's is closed to me for some reason. I can't get in. I guess I'll drink in the news alone.

The AJC's web site has been up and down since late last night. I managed to post a comment at Wooten's but can't get back to see if published.

Just because you asked (sort of) Washington is still the Redskins and the Patriots are in New England.
The "Patriots" are in New England?

Oh really.....

Would that be Mass-a-two-shits?

I finally got to post a comment too, but same problem.

What's with the trash talking of my birthplace?

I think they almost moved to Connecticut, but stayed in ----->Massachusetts<--------note the spelling! :-)
RW @ 12:19am -- I respectfully disagree. It was a travesty. Corker's a closet racist. End of story.

Don't know why I'm singing Ford's praises, what with him selling out to corporate America on Valentine's Day. He's lost forever to politics. No one would walk away from a Merrill Lynch salary and year-end bonus to run for office unless he's independently wealthy.

Such is life. . .Tennessee voters screwed up big time.

That can't be the end of the story unless you provide some evidence. If it's that ad that wasn't even racist, Corker was pissed about it and immediately came out against it.
RW -- I have no evidence, but you will never convince me that he didn't know about an ad that his own party was running. The fact that it even ran once is evidence enough for me that he knew about it. He just didn't expect the backlash. I'm very stubborn on this one.

You're stubborn on this, but also wrong.

That ad was not even the least bit racist and there is no way he knew about it before it ran.
RW -- harrumph. I know racism when I see it. And so did Corker. He just saw it a little later than the rest of the state/country.

There was nothing at all racist about the ad. That was just a Democrat(ic) excuse to get it pulled because Harold Ford was lying about being at Playboy's Super Bowl party while he was trying to project a squeaky clean altar boy image.
RW -- ya well, it's a good damn thing I have a meeting with the bride to be @ 7p or I'd. . .hell, I don't know what I'd do. Not back down, that's for sure.

P.S. Wait 'til Harold sees the women that are going to throw themselves at him now that he's a Vice Chairman.


Unfortunately I think you bought the hype.

Where do I get me one of them Vice-Chair jobs? ;-)
RW -- I handle a lot of meetings w/Merrill Lynch as the client, and for how intelligent you are, I can't believe you DON'T have one of them thar Vice Chair jobs! :-.)
P.S. Nevertheless, you're still wrong about Corker.

/just sayin' nyuk

I couldn't even hold my winking smile together and you think I'm gettin' me one of them Vice-Chair jobs?

Corker may be guilty of being uninspiring, but definitely not racist.
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