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Meghan McCain Gets Served

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on June 21, 2009 by Otto


Meghan McCain was on Real Time with Bill Maher. I have heard from Ro, and others that she is actually cool, and a good Republican roll model. Unfortunately she also seems to be a little bit of an airhead.

It all got started during a discussion of George Bush, who McCain acknowledged was a less than perfect president. But McCain also pointed a finger at the Obama administration in Bush’s defense, saying she felt that the Obama administration “has to stop completely blaming everything on its predecessor.” When Maher asked McCain if she really thought this is what Obama is doing, McCain said “I do to a degree.” A clearly annoyed Begala immediately shook his head and said “not to enough of a degree, I’m sorry not nearly enough.” He then began to explain how President Reagan blamed Jimmy Carter for years, to which McCain responded blithely “you know I wasn’t born yet so I wouldn’t know.” Going in for the kill, Begala fired back “I wasn’t born during the French Revolution but I know about it.”

It gets better from there…

Check out the video on HUFFPOST

Ron Paul! The One!

Posted in Actors. LOL., Comedy, News, Politics, Uncategorized, War with tags on June 19, 2009 by Otto


House Passes Bipartisan Resolution to Support Iranian Dissidents, 405 to 1

Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) and Rep. Howard Berman (D-Calif.) introduced the following resolution:

Expressing support for all Iranian citizens who embrace the values of freedom, human rights, civil liberties, and rule of law, and for other purposes.

Resolved, That the House of Representatives—

(1) expresses its support for all Iranian citizens who embrace the values of freedom, human rights, civil liberties, and rule of law;

(2) condemns the ongoing violence against demonstrators by the Government of Iran and pro-government militias, as well as the ongoing government suppression of independent electronic communication through interference with the Internet and cellphones; and

(3) affirms the universality of individual rights and the importance of democratic and fair elections.

http://clerk.house.gov/evs/2009/roll411.xml

The House just voted to pass it by an overwhelming margin 405 to 1. Ron Paul was the lone “no” vote, with two voting present and 25 not voting.

Ron Paul is such a funny little grumpy man. I have no reason to explai why he voted know, but I am sure it is hilarious.

Letterman Rises in the Ratings

Posted in Uncategorized on June 17, 2009 by Otto

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Sarah Palin was hardly David Letterman’s best friend the past couple of weeks, though she did accept his apology Tuesday for what she had labeled a tasteless joke about her daughter and which Mr. Letterman described as “beyond flawed.” But the Alaska governor has surely done the CBS late-night star some big favors in the ratings.

Monday night, when Mr. Letterman offered his extended apology to Governor Palin and her family, he had his best night yet in the continuing late-night competition against NBC’s new “Tonight” show star, Conan O’Brien. In preliminary national ratings, Mr. Letterman pulled in 700,000 more viewers than Mr. O’Brien Monday night, 3.9 million to 3.2 million, his biggest margin yet over his new competitor. Mr. Letterman routinely trailed the former “Tonight” host Jay Leno by a million viewers or more.

But as he has since his start on June 1, Mr. O’Brien was dominant among the younger viewers most television networks prefer — because most advertisers do —­ winning by margins exceeding 100 per cent in categories like viewers between the ages of 18 and 34.

Mr. O’Brien’s lead in the most-watched category, adults 18 to 49, shrank a bit to 30 percent (it had been as much as 60 percent) and Mr. Letterman was most competitive in the category of adults 25 to 54, where he trailed Mr. O’Brien by just one-tenth of a ratings point.

But the debate surrounding his comments about Governor Palin, which received widespread news coverage Monday evening leading up to the telecast, seemed to create extra interest in Mr. Letterman’s show Monday night. A protest against Mr. Letterman by supporters of Governor Palin attracted a modest crowd outside Mr. Letterman’s theater on Broadway Tuesday afternoon.

Naked Wizard Taser Brawl At Coachella

Posted in Uncategorized on April 27, 2009 by Otto

The police officers beg and plead for the man to put on his robes, but all the Naked Wizard wants to do is be free of his wizard sleeves and hang in the breeze. He throws his colorful garb onto the grass.

“It doesn’t have to stop,” the Naked Wizard says.

“I’ll tell you what,” the cop says. “You can have a great time — but you can have an even better time if you put your clothes on…Can I get them for you?”

The officer grabs the gown and tosses to the Naked Wizard, but he casts it away again. Then the cops put on their rubber gloves, and things get ugly.

Herewith, the best Tasering video since “Don’t Tase me bro!”

WATCH (Video contains Naked Wizard nudity):

Minnesota recount will go into June!

Posted in Actors. LOL., Entertainment, News, Politics, Uncategorized, War on April 25, 2009 by Otto

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The never-ending recount in Minnesota keeps on going and going… Per the Minneapolis Star Tribune, the Minnesota Supreme Court won’t begin hearing Norm Coleman’s (R) appeal until June 1.

Here is the timeline that the court’s five justices set:
— Coleman must file his brief in the case no later than next Thursday
— Al Franken has until May 11 to do this
— Coleman then has until May 15 to file a reply brief.
— and the justices will hear the appeal on June 1, at 10:00 am ET

NBC

Unbelievable. I would use the word hypocracy here, but Nacy Pelosi has sucked that word dry as of late.

I think Eric, in a comment on this NBC blog summed it up in a perfectly sophomoric way.

We have to wait until June 1 before we get to see the Minnesota Supreme Court give sore loser coleman a well deserved legal wedgie, that ought to bunch up coleman’s briefs huh? On June 1 they’ll hear sore loser coleman squeal because they won’t believe in his soiled briefs. Then when the Supreme Court gives it’s ruling we’ll see the sore loser’s supporters whine baby whine.

Hey and thanks to the repugnant ones who contributed to the sore loser’s illegal defense fund and who unwittingly ended up contributing to Senator Al Franken’s legal defense fund. Doesn’t get your briefs all knotted up? We who gets the last laugh laughs best! Ha Ha!

Seat Senator Al Franken Now!

You are a great writer Eric from Salinas, if you could just CAPITALIZE names.

Anyway, I feel that once the Minnesota Supreme Court decides Al won, the Democrats will sue Coleman for obstruction and it will be over. Watch. I am never wrong.

Meghan McCain is pretty awesome.

Posted in Comedy, Politics, Uncategorized with tags , , , , on April 24, 2009 by Otto
I know you play for the other team, in more ways than one, but...  Yes we can?

I know you play for the other team, in more ways than one, but... Yes we can?

NEW YORK, April 24 (UPI) — Meghan McCain, whose father was the GOP presidential nominee in 2008, said Thursday longtime Republican political adviser Karl Rove should “go away.”

Appearing as a co-host on ABC’s “The View,” McCain was asked about her recent assertion that Rove was “creepy” because he follows her on Twitter, the microblogging Internet service. She said Rove’s time of political relevance has passed, the New York Daily News reported.

You’ve had your eight years,” she said. “Now go away.”

By way of explanation, McCain said was singling Rove out “more as a metaphor” for Republicans who think the party can attract younger voters just by buying into the latest technology. She said the party would do better with young voters if it would be more accepting of moderates.

“Stop telling me I don’t have a place,” she said.

McCain said she thinks the “morning after” contraceptive pill should be readily available, along with education about birth control in general. She said the Republican Party needs to accept people with similar positions if it is to thrive, the newspaper said.

“Back under (Barry) Goldwater and (Ronald) Reagan, we were an umbrella party,” she said. “I think the Republican Party still has a lot of offer. … I don’t think Karl Rove will be the catalyst.”

I hope she doesnt speak for all Republicans. I think they should continue to focus on abortion, guns, and homosexuality. It has gotten them so far!

Levi: Court fight possible over son

Posted in Actors. LOL., Announcements, Comedy, Entertainment, Interviews, Politics, Uncategorized, War on April 23, 2009 by Otto
Larry, I wanted to name the kid Bababooey, not Tripp, Gotcha!

Larry, I wanted to name the kid Bababooey, not Tripp, Gotcha!

ANCHORAGE (AP) — The father of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s grandson said Wednesday he would be willing to go to court for custody of the child, but he hoped it wouldn’t come to that.

Levi Johnston said on CNN’s Larry King Live that he and 18-year-old Bristol Palin do not have a formal court agreement over visitation rights for their baby son, Tripp.

Bristol Palin, the governor’s oldest daughter, gave birth Dec. 27 and the unmarried teenage parents broke up soon after that. Johnston has claimed in several national TV interviews that Bristol has limited his access to the baby.

“I can go over there and see him,” Johnston said. “But it’s, now you know, it’s kind of an uncomfortable thing for me to go over there. You know, I want to be able to take him and that kind of thing, go do the father thing with him and I can’t.”

Johnston said he is not in a “big fight with the Palins.” He still likes the family and wants to work out an arrangment over Tripp, whom he said he hasn’t seen in a couple of weeks.

Meet Joe The Plumber for only $1,000

Posted in Uncategorized on April 21, 2009 by Otto
Thanks for signing my book, can I owe ou the 1,000 bucks?

Thanks for signing my book, can I owe you the 1,000 bucks?

Steve Lonegan’s campaign announced the man who became known in the 2008 presidential campaign will appear at a taxpayer rally in Clark on May 5.

Joe the Plumber’s real name is Samuel Wurzelbacher. He found himself in the spotlight for asking Democrat Barack Obama about his tax policy. Sen. John McCain referred to him repeatedly as “Joe the Plumber” during a subsequent presidential debate.

Lonegan is seeking the GOP nomination for governor along with former U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie and Assemblyman Rick Merkt.

Lonegan’s campaign is charging $1,000 for a private meeting with the one-time plumber and the candidate. General admission is $50.

CBS

I would be tempted to pay it if I could record it and ask him 6th grade history questions. Kinda funny considering the guy gets 6 people showing up for his book signings. Keep embracing the FAIL, GOP. Only the FAIL can save you now!

Obama Open to Prosecution of Officials Who Cleared Torture

Posted in Announcements, Interviews, News, Politics, Uncategorized, War on April 21, 2009 by Otto
Fine, Fine, I enjoy the Jonas Brothers!!!!

Fine, Fine, I enjoy the Jonas Brothers!!!!

President Obama left open the door Tuesday for charges to be brought against Bush administration lawyers who justified harsh interrogation techniques, though he continued to argue that CIA agents who used those tactics should not be prosecuted.

The president showed wiggle room on the issue as he faces calls from Democratic lawmakers and organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union to support such charges. Asked about the possibility of prosecution related to the interrogation program, the president deferred to Attorney General Eric Holder.

“With respect to those who formulate those legal decisions, I would say that that is going to be more of a decision for the attorney general within the parameters of various laws,” Obama said, as he finished an Oval Office meeting with visiting King Abdullah of Jordan. “And I don’t want to prejudge that. … There are a host of very complicated issues involved there.”

FOX!

Finnaly a flip flop we can believe in. Of course they should be prosecuted. I have a feeling AG Holder rode Obama’s ass on this one. He has been wanting to get his claws on Bush since his hand hit that Bible. BTW: Torture does not work. You throw someone into a wall, drown them, or cover them in spiders they will say whatever you want them to say. Not tell the truth.

Now watch this drive!

The Dead in Court = Comedy

Posted in Actors. LOL., Comedy, Deaths, Entertainment, Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 18, 2009 by Otto


I have no idea about the back story of this clip, but god damn it is funny. Even the judge is laughing.