December 10, 2008

Dirty Socialist BCast [Dan Collins]

what features NO LIZ STEPHENS! OUTRAGE! Todd has all the local newsclips that show people saying O!s going to meet with Blago and has met with Blago.

Also, the return of teh Jackson 5.

Eeeeeevil conservatives rub hands with glee over Blago revelations, cackle.

Wrench thrown into Holder confirmation hearings by . . . Arlen Specter?

Posted by Dan Collins @ 4:34pm
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  1. I find that a good quality hand lotion prevents any chapping resulting from my excessive gleeful hand rubbing.

  2. Is she just on vacation or has something terrible happened? Does that guy Steve or Mike or whatever explain?

  3. Apparently, according to Todd, she MIGHT be there today, but then she doesn’t show.

  4. He doesn’t think that she’s observing Day Without a Gay, so that’s a relief.

  5. I deal with excessive gleeful hand rubbing by wearing gloves. Bonus: no fingerprints.

  6. Todd. I knew that. Todd is a good egg. That sounds very mysterious. I bet Liz is behind on her Christmas shopping.

  7. I usually rub my hands with glee just prior to girding my loins.

  8. “A Day Without a Gay”

    Maybe she misunderstood and is home listening to her Enya albums.

  9. But, how am I supposed to watch Top Chef tonight if Bravo is off the air?

  10. I’m thinking of getting one of those cd/mp3 recording turntables. Humble Hall ( mom’s house) came with a record cabinet full of a moment in time, lost, like tears in rain. Plus I haven’t listened to the Limelighters since I was six or so.

  11. I pulled out Ronald Reagan Recommends, which came with a stove, and Odetta and Burl Ives and enough showtunes to turn Timmy Egan all the rest of the way gay.

  12. I like top chef but I hate that glistening flash of a sharpened knife noise they use to cut between scenes.

  13. Humble Hall sounds like the name of one of those houses (estates, really) on the James River.

  14. “”Both parties engage in this stuff but corruption is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Democrat Party, always has been, always will be,” Limbaugh said on Tuesday.’

    ‘Cackling’ at the irony, eh Collins?

  15. If you do that, Sarah, you’ll want some software to clean things up a bit once they’re recorded. I’ve had pretty good luck with a program called Acoustica. I used it to tweak some recordings made to my Neuros MP3 player from old tapes that I had as well as LPs and was able to make them quite listenable although not what I’d call “perfect.”

  16. Jim – thanks for that tip… I could stand some crackles and pops but I think it would drive DH nuts.

  17. So the claim from Axelrod that his earlier claim that Obama met with Blago was inoperative is now inoperative?

    Can’t wait for the next iteration.

    Say it with me: “It’s not the ____, it’s the _____.”

  18. Oh, and Humble Hall is really truly humble tri-level tract house on a quiet street; any grandness comes not from a situation by the river but its claims on memory. In that sense it has huge tracts of land and a magnificent veranda. In true life it has an enclosed sun-porch, a nice sloping lot, postage stamp bathrooms and a gutter dinged by a tree-limb.

  19. Jesse Jackson Jr. has retained counsel (via AoSHQ).

    Love the new variant on the flaming skull, btw.

  20. Spies… I know how that would work out for a win in “match Game 1980″ , in O’s case it will probably be “It’s not the guilty-as-hellness , its the free-as-a-birdness”

  21. My mistake: Jesse Jackson Sr. has retained counsel.

  22. Some take this as a sign Jesse Sr. was the “emissary” promising the million.

  23. I always liked those older houses SW and others like them on the shores of the Chester over in Q. Anne Co. Md. or others on the Rappahannock, or the Severne I’ve had the pleasure or good fortune to visit (no snark or criticsm intended or implied from this end). It’s a good name likely used often, here and there, and with good reason in each.

  24. Too much material for words! And, predictably, Iowahawk delivers.

    BREAKING: Feds Seize Blagojevich eBay Account

  25. After that last experience, I’ll not gird my loins again.

    Gleeful hand-wringing? Yes. Yes, indeed. I expect to be doing a LOT of that over the next four years. The fact that these retarded fucksticks started early is a bonus. Like Christmas in…well, December. but early December!

  26. It appears that there is a whole lot of misspeaking goin’ on right now with O! and his team.
    They need to call a timeout and a do-over and get their stories straight. That’s what my son and his cousin tried with me when I came home and found the house trashed.

    Didn’t work for them, either.

  27. Oh! And cackling! I plan to do a lot of cackling! I love cackling over self-inflicted Democrat misfortune.

  28. Note that Mr. Obama met with Mr. Blagojevich the day after the election. This issue was that important to him.

    And this is just one of the probably numerous contemporaneous news articles that put the lie to Mr. Obama’s claim that he never spoke with Governor Blagojevich about who would fill his Senate seat.

    Update!

    Weirdly enough, the above article has since been removed from the local CBS affiliate’s website.

    But KHQA even published a follow-up story, three days later, which has yet to be scrubbed from their website:

    Let’s see how long it takes them to airbrush this account as well.

    Update!

    Hilariously, this second story too has now been pulled down as well. (See the image above for a screen grab of the original article.)

    And the following “clarification” has been posted:

    http://sweetness-light.com/archive/obama-discussed-seat-with-blago-nov-5#comments

  29. I’m thinking of getting one of those cd/mp3 recording turntables.

    hope you have a lot of free time… and seconding that you’ll want something to clean up the audio. my turntable came with Cakewalk Pyro. It does an okay job, but has some quirks.

  30. dre

    good lord … It’s the 2008 update of what one dissident wag said of the Soviet Union “The future is known, it is the past that is always changing.”

  31. ” President-elect Barack Obama’s Transition today launched “Open for Questions,” a Digg-style feature allowing citizens to submit questions, and to vote on one another’s questions, bringing favored inquiries to the top of the list.

    It was suggested when it launched that the tool would bring uncomfortable questions to the fore, but the results so far are the opposite: Obama’s supporters appear to be using — and abusing — a tool allowing them to “flag” questions as “inappropriate” to remove all questions mentioning Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich from the main pages of Obama’s website. . . . So far, Obama’s team does not seem to have stepped in to allow uncomfortable questions to rise to the top, and instead is allowing his supporters to sanitize the site.”

    http://pajamasmedia.com/instapundit/29413/

  32. So far, Obama’s team does not seem to have stepped in to allow uncomfortable questions to rise to the top, and instead is allowing his supporters to sanitize the site.

    What was the radio station? WLS?

    I looked at that site earlier today. Most of the questions amounted to “how will Obama interfere in the lives of Americans to make them live they way I think they should?” Disgusting.

  33. It’s that totalitarian impulse. We’re not even allowed to question The One.

    And the Obama supporters think that reaction is just fine.

  34. WLS Stands for -Worlds Largest Store- and was once owned by Sears. Sorry. It’s a compulsion.

    Not really into the penetrating inquirey is the WLS. Might lose access to aforementioned crooks.

  35. Sorry — I was referring to the Chicago station that had an investigative reporter on, and was flooded with people not attempting to refute what the reporter had found about O!, but objecting to his very presence.

  36. WGN720, Rob, the Milt Rosenberg show, weeknights 9-11, on now in fact.

  37. My bad. No wonder the reference wasn’t clear.

  38. He’s repeating an older show with an interview of Mark Steyn at the moment.

  39. Getting to know the Illinois Mob up close and personal by electing an Affirmative Action Black Pres., now that’s Diversity’s “enrichment” beyond my wildest dreams. Plus it way beats creating fire by friction right there in my own palms.

    And, hey, I always did want to know more about this “Culture of Corruption” of which the Dems spoke so passionately. ‘Looks like lots o fun. So thanks for sharing, Dems!

  40. President-elect Barack Obama’s Transition today launched “Open for Questions,” a Digg-style feature allowing citizens to submit questions, and to vote on one another’s questions, bringing favored inquiries to the top of the list

    And if anyone thinks that even one inconvenient or uncomfortable question will ever be allowed to exist on that list, let alone make it to the top of the queue to be answered, well, let’s just say I have a bridge hear in Brooklyn to sell them…

    But still, it sounds like 2008 may be a good year for Schadenfreude after all; perhaps 2009 even better…

  41. But still, it sounds like 2008 may be a good year for Schadenfreude after all; perhaps 2009 even better

    Because there’s always a young journo looking to reach the top, and what better ladder than the sordid, unvetted past of a “historic” President?

  42. Because there’s always a young journo looking to reach the top, and what better ladder than the sordid, unvetted past of a “historic” President?

    Young journo would quickly find himself looking for a new career.

  43. Young journo doesn’t necessarily have to work for a big media conglomerate, though. At least not until we get the “Fairness Doctrine” for the Internet.

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  45. Hard to do a lot of investigative reporting from the bottom of Lake Michigan.

    It’s the Chicago Way!

  46. You said is right.Too much material for words! And, predictably, Iowahawk delivers.

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