take your answer off the air...

  • HorsesAss.Org: the straight poop on WA politics & the press
    progressive brilliance from the guy who pointed out Tim Eyman's nascent horse's-assedness
  • Talker's Magazine
    The quirky talk radio trade mag. Check the Talk Radio Research Project- it's not very scientific, but places on the top 15 talkers list (scroll down to Talk Radio Audiences By Size)) are as hotly contested as Emmys (and mean just about as much).
  • The Advocate
    No, not THAT Advocate... it's the Northwest Progressive Institute's Official Blog.
  • Media Matters
    Documentation of right-wing media in video, audio and text.
  • Orcinus
    home of David Neiwert, freelance investigative journalist and author who writes extensively about far-right hate groups
  • Hominid Views
    "People, politics, science, and whatnot" Darryl is a statistician who fights imperialism with empiricism, gives good links and wry commentary.
  • Jesus' General
    An 11 on the Manly Scale of Absolute Gender, a 12 on the Heavenly Scale of the 10 Commandments and a 6 on the earthly scale of the Immaculately Groomed.
  • Howie in Seattle
    Howie Martin is the Abe Linkin' of progressive Seattle.
  • Streaming Radio Guide
    Hellishly long (5795!) list of radio streaming, steaming on the Internets.
  • The Naked Loon
    News satire -- The Onion in the Seattle petunia patch.
  • Irrational Public Radio
    "informs, challenges, soothes and/or berates, and does so with a pleasing vocal cadence and unmatched enunciation. When you listen to IPR, integrity washes over you like lava, with the pleasing familiarity of a medium-roast coffee and a sensible muffin."
  • The Maddow Blog
    Here's the hyper-interactive La Raych of MSNBC. daily show-vids, freakishly geeky research, and classy graphics.
  • Northwest Broadcasters
    The AM, FM, TV and digital broadcasters of Northwest Washington, USA and Southwest British Columbia, Canada. From Kelso, WA to the northern tip of Vancouver Island, BC - call letters, formats, slogans, networks, technical data, and transmitter maps. Plus "recent" news.
  • News Corpse
    The Internet's chronicle of media decay.
  • The Moderate Voice
    The voice of reason in the age of Obama, and the politics of the far-middle.
  • News Hounds
    Dogged dogging of Fox News by a team who seems to watch every minute of the cable channel so you don't have to.
  • HistoryLink
    Fun to read and free encyclopedia of Washington State history. Founded by the late Walt Crowley, it's an indispensable tool and entertainment source for history wonks and surfers alike.

right-wing blogs we like

  • The Reagan Wing
    Hearin lies the real heart of Washington State Republicans. Doug Parris runs this red-meat social conservative group site which bars no holds when it comes to saying who they are and who they're not; what they believe and what they don't; who their friends are and where the rest of the Republicans can go. Well-written, and flaming.
  • Orbusmax
    inexhaustible Drudgery of NW conservative news
  • The Radio Equalizer
    prolific former Seattle KVI, KIRO talk host speaks authoritatively about radio.
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March 07, 2008

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PugetSound

Joanie
First off, I don't do book reports assigned by Kindergarten Teachers. Especially, when the last author that you recommended, Greg Palast, was someone you hadn't even deigned to read yourself. Despite the fact that you kept bragging about him.
I had read Palast and found him wanting. Given that, I doubt I'll be reading the Chalmers book absent some elbow grease on your part. Why don't YOU read it first, then give us your opinion on same.
Should be riveting.

nevets

No aliases Joanie. Just nevets which of course is steven backwards which is what you always say about me.

I was able to get a few posts in, from outside my home but couldn't keep up with all the good topics the past few weeks. Especially the comparison of Truman and Bush by you Puts. You were right on. And I to think that Bush will be seen on the favorable side in the distant future.

for the Why? not sure but it did start on my third post of my Obama "CHANGE" subliminal message that the lefties were falling heads over heels for until last tuesday. So it might have been the MSNBC photo I was using as it was not one photo, but a series of photos.

Nice audio also Puts, Think Ober is feeling stupid?

And did anyone happen to see any tanks roll into your neighborhood lately, that Domestic Terrorist group called ELF is back at it again. Must be some instability going on somewhere.

And why didn't PETA and Nancy Grace go after those New Orleans refugees who left their pets behind for gator food after Katrina? Hmmmm.

Can't remember who said it but one of them Liberal WA. State Legislatures said "People don't like Change" after some bill was signed by Gregiore. Isn't that the message Barrack Hussein Obama is trying to get out that people want "Change". She must not have got the memo.

Don't forget to set your clocks ahead tonight.

KS

"I know how you feel 'bout her but really you got to hand it to her, don't you; I mean she's like the EverReady bunny..keeps...goin...and goin..."

Actually, Duff - she reminds me more of Glynn Close in Fatal Attraction. She was not figuratively held underwater long enough and sprang up and out of the tub for more life. There is an eerie resemblance between Mrs. Clinton and Close's character in the movie. (The rest is left for the reader to fill in)

KS

Glenn Beck is outta his tree normally, but credit for him showing Olby is a hack of the first order for the puppetmaster - George Soros. I am not a Beck fan/ think he is the drama queen on the right and comes across on occasion as a loon. So its entertaining to hear the right wing loon show the left wing loon to be mentally deranged - which counts for something, because on any given day by credible sources, Olby can be shown to be a certifiable pompous wack job.

joanie hussein for Obama

ah, putsie, not up to it, eh? Well, I understand. Still working on the Truman-Bush problem. Let me know when you've got it and I'll grade your effort. :)

BTW, I'll clue you in to who Johnson is at that time. Always teaching, you know.

KS

Joanie, We know your last name - finally.

Either that or its a Joanie-wannabe. Just the thought of that seems twisted. That has demonstrated that blogs like this are typically twisted...

sparky

Its Glenn Close not Glynn, and you apparently heard the same show on BillO with Dennis Miller, or else you secretly listen to Stephanie Miller.....heh

PugetSound

Sparky
I first heard the comparison from Dennis Miller on his radio awhile back in 07. Maybe he is stealing material from Stephanie Miller for his 'act' but somehow i really doubt it. Kind of like Ichiro wanting to get the signs so he can know the pitch when a Double A pitcher is on the mound.

I am not a fan of Glenn Beck. But when you have it cold, you have it cold.

Nevets, for Olby to feel stupid would be for him to worry about his 'loyal' listeners caring about honesty. He knows they just want red meat. So he feeds it to 'em. You know, Bush War Criminal, Cheney the shooter, et al for the 'Randi Crowd.'
He sure gets them ginned up. It is funny to see Tom Brokaw and Brian Williams sharing the stage with Keith. At times they cringe a bit. Note how they don't really put them on the same panel as Keith. All it does is bring down their credibility.

But I do watch Olby cause he is funny. With those feminine glasses, touched up groucho marx eyebrows, and man he does a nice job of mistating things like Beck pointed out. The serious tone as he does his best to sound like Edward R Murrow.
He just comes off as Howard Beal.

PugetSound

Hey Joanie
I was watching FoxNoize -unlike the ever truthful MSNBC with Keith Olberman- and what a surprise.
I saw a Florida Dem congresswoman try the 'Blame the Republican' tactic that may work with the Randi Rhodes missing a few IQ point crowd and Britt Hume made her look rather silly with a few insightful questions. Got her to admit that yes, it was a Democrat Legislator that introduced the bill to move up the primary and it was voted by both Dems and Reps and approved UNANIMOUSLY as part of a larger election package. So when Britt tried to ask how it was the Republicans fault her reply ,'That's an inappropriate question....'
(I guess that passes for informed debate among the Democrat Elite. Explains why Olby won't have a guest on that disagrees with him.)
She then went on to discuss how the larger election package was so positive that no Dem could possibly have voted against it. (more evidence of Republican trickery!)
She completely evaded the Dem Party response which was to not count the delegates. Instead, it is all the fault of Republicans.
The Dems really need to get better spokespeople on the air if they are gonna trot this tripe out there.
Damn, sputtering economy, an unpopular war, and the Dems may screw this up yet.

joanie Hussein for Obama

You're the only one I know obsessed with "spokespeople" putsie. I suppose it is because without them, you wouldn't have anything to talk about.

Of course, the 20% forecast of a real depression (Reich) apparently doesn't bother you at all.

Someday you may actually learn to think rather than spouting your favorite lines from memory. It is called "synthesizing information." Look it up, putsie.

Thinking: the action of using one's mind to produce thoughts.

Preceded by the words "I think . . ." (which, of course, you don't)

If in your feeble-mindedness you don't remember, re-read a few of my posts and perhaps you'll finally get it that I blame the Democratic machine for a lot of things.

So, what's the point of your little story?

And you wonder why I don't answer you. Because it is a waste of time to do so.

joanie Hussein for Obama

Damn, sputtering economy, an unpopular war, and the Dems may screw this up yet.

BTW, this is a nice sound bite but what does it mean?

Are you able to explain what you wrote? (I bet not.)

PugetSound

Yes folks, you have just seen the Tukwilla Two-Step. When faced with unpleasant facts, you throw out some talking points mixed up with a few non sequiturs.

And when that fails you throw it into high gear with the Seattle Skedaddle.

"Damn, sputtering economy, an unpopular war, and the Dems may screw this up yet."

What's the matter? You can't read english? Have you no memory? Gore blew a win in 2000.
But rest assured, I am sure the big winds from Birch Bay will be back in gale force ONCE you have gotten the updated 'Word' from your version of Rush, the not quite as successful or surefooted Randi.

Oh yeah, why you making light of Obama's name?

joanie hussein for Obama

So, you can't explain yourself.

You make my point, puts. :)

joanie hussein for Obama

Gore blew a win in 2000.

I think I get you now. You wish Gore had won. Right?

So do I. We finally agree.

barsmar

yes folks the American voters are that stupid. They elected Bush twice, (need I say more?) and even with all the buyer's remorse they have now for Republicans, the fucked up war, and the scary economy, they could elect this burned-out old warmonger with his bad temper and tiny T-rex arms. Amazing!

Tommy008

i like the jokers who chime in here with outraged posts concerning the "anonymous cowards" on Blatherwatch who post neagative things about talkhosts. Unless a poster is making a specific allegation such as talkhost Bubba Butthead is an embezzler or Francine Foobah exposes herself on Metro buses ,no poster here has any need or obligation to identify him or herself other than by a first name which may or may not be real. 99.9% of the posts on here are opinion- "monson is an ass", "Goldstein is obnoxious"- so forth. Why should we have to give first and last names simply to express our first amendment rights, and open ourseles up to harrassment or worse from some unbalanced freak that trolls the blog. So save your drama, high dudgeon and outrage for something that's real, you anuses that make these aforementioned type posts. Some of us on this site could posibly be cowards, just as in real life, but that has nothing to do with whether we sign our names to our posts here.

KS

Its Glenn Close not Glynn, and you apparently heard the same show on BillO with Dennis Miller, or else you secretly listen to Stephanie Miller.....heh

OK - Glenn Close - I heard that on Dennis Miller's show and interesting that Stephanie Miller would also have said that. She echoes mixed feelings about the Clintons amongst Democrats. Not that different from mixed feelings about Bush amongst Republicans (I'd bet that a higher % of Demos like Clinton than Repubs. like Bush, but not by much).

KS

joanie hussein for Obama - You have a sense of humor - never thought I would see it - unbelievable.

True confession - I wish Gore would have won in 2000, because we would not have been in Iraq now and the deficit would probably be a bit less and we would also be more proactive toward alternative energy sources. There would have been less polarization - Gore is less polarizing than Bush. However, we would not be any closer to using nuclear power nor would there have been much less illegal immigration. If Gore had won, I think that he would probably have been a one-term president, due to the economy still not having recovered by 2004 - and hindered some because Al Gore would not have approved the tax cuts, that would have slowed economic growth -

Economics 101 - the tax cuts actually helped grow the economy by bringing in more revenue than raised taxes, because lower taxes help job creation which in turn brings in more tax revenue.
The last Democrat to get that and apply it was JFK. Since then the Democrats have sold out to the unions and special interests that would never support tax cuts. The Clinton called raising taxes "being more patriotic and contributing to the future of this country" - creative ? yes and politically correct bullcrap requiring hip boots - you bet !

The one thing that Bush was dead wrong about when cutting tax rates was ignoring spending cuts - which should have been grounds for impeachment, which has contributed to the shrinking dollar.

J.Hova

You say that now, so much for quarterbacking 7years later

joanie hussein for Obama

J'hova, I like you. You should chime in more often.

and ramsrab, the voters are that stupid and they may not be any smarter this time around.

Just watch the orange alerts start poppin' around September . . . you think?

joanie

KS. the deficit would have been a bit less? Let's not go crazy here...

Gore would have spent money at home repairing infrastructure and putting people to work. Instead of 1% getting beyond-mega rich, the middle class might have a little security right now, regulations might have prevented some of the foreclosures, deaths, and a lower trade deficit.

I'm no economist, but if you follow the papers and read a few comments on the business pages, we're looking at real trouble. I heard Ravi Batra tonight on Hartmann (repeat) say that our main export right now is bonds. In other words, we're exporting debt.

So what do you think of that, Einstein?

BTW, anyone paying attention in 2000 would have left Bush on the shelf. Are you paying attention now? Or might The Imperial Wizard of War McCranky the Ancient be your pick in November?

chucks

Tommy
In defense of the anonymous posters on this as well as other blogs. In early 2007, some clown took the time and exerted the effort in to finding out who I am. He went through my place of employment and found my full name. Then the clown looked me up in the phone book, called my house and said some pretty crappy things about me and my conservative ideas to my grand daughter. Fortunately, the moron called from his house and did not even consider caller ID. Needless to say, I at 6" 2" and 225 lbs and my "big" brother went and had a little chat with this asshat. We did not need to hurt him, as when we got there, we saw he had young kids in his home. I believe that he has learned the value of keeping it "on line" and impersonal. We recommended that he call and apologize to the child to which he obliged.
Protecting ones personal id on these blogs is much more important than I had ever considered and I find no fault with anybody who does so.

Tommy008

Thanks, Chucks. i knew there were real life examples out there of the king of blog-trolling unbalanced freaks of the sort i described, and you just gave me one. Chucks' example makes a complete fool out of asshats like Dori Monson who has gone on the air and called us cowardly for posting mean things about him and other PUBLIC figures without signing our full names. Although Monson was too much of a coward to name Blatherwatch by name. Monson has decided to be a public figure on the radio, and is rewarded handsomely for doing so. In doing so, along with the rewards, he accepts all the liabilities that go with being a public figure, such as harrassment, threats, etc. We posters on Blatherwatch are not being paid for exercising our rights of free speech. We're not accusing Monson of being a criminal, a spy for Israel, a sexual degenerate , etc, and hiding behind a cloak of anonymity. We're simply posting our OPINIONS of him. The fact that I may choose from time to time to write fictional stories about a talkhost very similar to Monson who happens to have a dog named Star and two girls falls well within the bounds of mainstream satire, is fully protected free speech, and does not require that I identify myself with my real full name. So go to Hell, Monson. And that goes for your little dog Star, too.

Tommy008

Thanks, Chucks. i knew there were real life examples out there of the king of blog-trolling unbalanced freaks of the sort i described, and you just gave me one. Chucks' example makes a complete fool out of asshats like Dori Monson who has gone on the air and called us cowardly for posting mean things about him and other PUBLIC figures without signing our full names. Although Monson was too much of a coward to name Blatherwatch by name. Monson has decided to be a public figure on the radio, and is rewarded handsomely for doing so. In doing so, along with the rewards, he accepts all the liabilities that go with being a public figure, such as harrassment, threats, etc. We posters on Blatherwatch are not being paid for exercising our rights of free speech. We're not accusing Monson of being a criminal, a spy for Israel, a sexual degenerate , etc, and hiding behind a cloak of anonymity. We're simply posting our OPINIONS of him. The fact that I may choose from time to time to write fictional stories about a talkhost very similar to Monson who happens to have a dog named Star and two girls falls well within the bounds of mainstream satire, is fully protected free speech, and does not require that I identify myself with my real full name. So go to Hell, Monson. And that goes for your little dog Star, too.

Tommy008

Thanks, Chucks. i knew there were real life examples out there of the king of blog-trolling unbalanced freaks of the sort i described, and you just gave me one. Chucks' example makes a complete fool out of asshats like Dori Monson who has gone on the air and called us cowardly for posting mean things about him and other PUBLIC figures without signing our full names. Although Monson was too much of a coward to name Blatherwatch by name. Monson has decided to be a public figure on the radio, and is rewarded handsomely for doing so. In doing so, along with the rewards, he accepts all the liabilities that go with being a public figure, such as harrassment, threats, etc. We posters on Blatherwatch are not being paid for exercising our rights of free speech. We're not accusing Monson of being a criminal, a spy for Israel, a sexual degenerate , etc, and hiding behind a cloak of anonymity. We're simply posting our OPINIONS of him. The fact that I may choose from time to time to write fictional stories about a talkhost very similar to Monson who happens to have a dog named Star and two girls falls well within the bounds of mainstream satire, is fully protected free speech, and does not require that I identify myself with my real full name. So go to Hell, Monson. And that goes for your little dog Star, too.

sparky

Real life degenerate: Dem. Gov. Elliott Spitzer has been caught in a prostitution ring. He needs to resign. Now. Especially since Republican Diaper Man Vitner did not.

sparky

and it appears that the rest of us had better have a squeaky-clean trail. The Wall Street Journal this morning released info on a cover-up they have discovered on domestic spying:

"Here's the way the whole thing works, according to Gorman: into the NSA's massive database goes data collected by the Justice Department, Department of Homeland Security, and the Department of Treasury. This information includes data about email (recipient and sender address, subject, time sent), internet searches (sites visited and searches conducted), phone calls (incoming and outgoing numbers, length of call, location), financial information (wire transfers, credit-card use, information about bank accounts), and information from the DHS about airline passengers."

Welcome to the New Soviet Union.

PugetSound

Chucks
I like the way you handled the situation. Up close and personal with no one getting hurt. Shame on that fellow for bullying a little girl.
Joanie
I will agree with you. You are no Economist.
KS
I like your points on W. Tax cuts, good. Not having spending cuts to go along with it, bad.
Sparky
I am not sure Spitzer should resign. Although the fact that he as prosecutor went after such people makes me feel no tears if he did. The voters can turn him out of office with a recall effort. Anyone remember Grey Davis, of California? He was replaced by Arnold. At least Sptizer didn't commit perjury in an attempt to evade litigation.

nevets

Sparky, you watch too much sci-fi. Stuff like that, collecting information on people, has been going on for a long time. You have heard of J. Edgar Hoover right? But why would you care, isn't that part of the Progressives plan, to turn this great country into another Soviet Union.

Where eveyone wears the same clothes, drive the same color compact car, have access to the same doctor, earn the same pay no matter what job title. Wait, wasn't that what happened east of the Iron Curtain. That curtain came down so those people behind it can enjoy their freedom, yet you and your fellow Liberals want to put one up again. Why?

PugetSound

Sparky
I had a chance to rethink what you wrote and given that he is going to face the legal process Spitzer needs to resign. Both for the good of the office and for the people of the state.
Clearly you can't have someone facing criminal charges retaining the office of Governor.
Pretty horrid that in addition to publicly humiliating his wife by what he did he then has her come onstage so she can stand by him as he makes her relive it again. Why would you do that to your spouse? I still recall Mrs. Larry Craig and Mrs Jim McGeevey of NJ.

sparky

The Internet did not exist during J.Edgar's lifetime. thank god.

the rest of what you wrote makes no sense.

sparky

Puts, he gets no excuses. If he broke the law, he needs to resign.
I would love to hear republicans say that about Vitter.

chucks

sparky
As I recall in my feeble old grampa mind, Vitter was accused by a madam or prostitute that had no evidence of his hooking up with a hooker. It was an accusation by somebody who may have had something to gain by accusing others. If I am wrong, than I will agree with you that he should resign and that he should be tried in the appropriate court and pay the price.
Again, I did not follow that case at all and only remember a little bit 'bout it.
Seems to be a lot of solid evidence to hang Spitzer. I felt that when I first read the story on the PI web site and still thought he was a Republican.

J.Hova

That made no sense either, nevets. What is happening now with FISA and habeas corpus is soviet-like, don't you get it?

Duffman

I say let it play out; leave the man alone and let him work it out with his lawyers and if he in fact broke the law so be it, but for solely patronizing a prostitute...OMG we wouldn't have a Congress if we pursued all of that. :)

PugetSound

"Puts, he gets no excuses. If he broke the law, he needs to resign.
I would love to hear republicans say that about Vitter.

Posted by: sparky | March 10, 2008 at 09:02 PM"

Great, then we are now in agreement. (And lets not forget Larry Craig!)
And I want to be consistent. Would you think the same of Pres Bill Clinton when he perjured himself in front of a jury and during the depositions in an attempt to deny Paula Jones her day in court?
I would actually argue that what Clinton did was worse. Vitter or Spitzer broke the law by having consensual sex with a professional. Okay, lets have them step aside and face legal proceedings.
Clinton, in an effort to determine pattern and practices, was asked in legal proceedings if he as President of the United States engaged in sexual relations with his subordinates in the workplace. The Chief Law Enforcement Officer of our country committed perjury numerous times in an effort to deny justice. (We all know what 'is' is.)
Yikes! No wonder people start to recoil when Ol Bill is out there waving his finger in South Carolina.

nevets

FISA?

You mean the act that allows the government to tap phone lines for 72 hours without a warrant. You are kidding right. Whats the difference between 72 hours and say 3 weeks. IMO, none.

Sparky, I said collecting information. Same as what you say they are doing now ecept using a different method.

Makes no sense, Universal Heathcare, Higher MPG standards, Re-distribution of wealth, Party before the people. It make perfect sense, just that you do not open your eyes to see as it is.

Duffman

And, going out to all my friends in never-never land, number 1 on this morning's top ten list but naturally buried amongst the dealings with prostitution Ooooops!!!. :)

Tommy008

who is this cackling evil witch who appeared on Kirby's show today, and isw on Hanniy? oh it's scumbag Dr. Laura out whoring her latest crap book.

sparky

Well, let's see.

Larry Craig, soliciting sex in a bathroom ( against the law.)

David Vitter, admitted to seeking out prostitutes while he wore big diapers ( against the law, and utterly laughable)

Elliot Spitzer, violation of the Mann Act, ( against the law)

So far they are still in office.

As for Clinton and Paula Jones...what he did was sleazy for sure. Was it illegal? I don't think he offered her money or that she took any. She did accept a settlement of 800K from him, and then,
" posed nude for Penthouse magazine, claiming that she would use the money to pay the tax and fund her two grade-school-aged children's college education. This caused her to be publicly denounced as "trailer-park trash" by author Ann Coulter, who said, "I totally believed she was the good Christian girl who had suffered sexual harassment and eschewal. That is what she made herself out to be.... [N]ow it turns out she's a fraud, at least to the extent of pretending to be an honorable and moral person."

Now if Ann Coulter thinks you're sleazy,,,wow.

And after the Monica thing, he still had an approval rating of over 70%. Go figure.

sparky

Steven, first you accuse liberals of wanting the US to be like the Soviet Union and now you say the FISA requirements mean nothing, and you tie Universal Health coverage to Miles per Gallon, and say it makes no sense, and then it does make sense.

You make no sense.
Again.

sparky

chucks, Vitter admitted to frequenting prostitutes, but I dont remember who had the goods on him wearing big diapers around them.

Ew,

PugetSound

Actually, when Paula Jones was a lowly clerk and he was Governor. he picked her out of the crowd and summoned her -using his security force- to the hotel suite which was the temporary Gov's office. It was a fairly clear implication of you deny me sex and you'll get in trouble. She did and later proved in court that she was denied a raise or some such favorable treatment.
Big power differential between the Gov of the State and some clerk. On the face of it, even if it was consensual it would look to be sexual harassment.
Even if she became a bit opportunistic later on she made the right decision initially. No doubt people like Carville making comments like 'trailer trash' or 'drag a twenty dollar bill and see what you get' took their toll. She was also clearly used by the right.

Of course, after being impeached Clinton also lost his law license. Too bad for Al Gore that Clinton didn't step aside. Gore would have been unbeatable going into 2000 as the incumbent. As it was, he was tarnished so bad by the Clinton crap he couldn't even carry his own state of TN.

sparky

I thought she walked out on him and didnt actually do anything,,,,still sleazy though.

PugetSound

She did walk out without doing anything. The 'she did' was meant as in she did deny him sex.
But yeah, sleazy starting at the top.

nevets

Sparky, what?

Are you saying you understand, that spying is ok as long as you only do it in a car that gets 35 mpg or more for no longer than 72 hours before getting a warrant, and if by chance you get in an accident and survive, you will be covered by a doctor who gets paid as much as a Walmart stockboy.

Duffman

Nancy, would you kindly STFU . :)

Duffman

Just GREAT Mr President, just in time for Mrs Clinton to have to deal with it. Way to go! 'BUSH', party of two - your plane to the ranch is ready! BUH-bye!

chucks

Don't you worry your pretty lil' head about that Duffy, either President McCain will take care of it, or Obama will run from it. Ms Clinton will be watching from the side lines.

sparky

Steven, are you saying that it was Colonel Mustard, in the library with the rope? Or that you should wait one hour after eating before swimming?
By the way, that is a myth about waiting before swimming.. No evidence to the contrary.

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