"Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me. I lift my lamp beside the golden door." The Statue of Liberty (P.S. Please be so kind as to enter through the proper channels and in an orderly fashion)

Location: Arlington, Virginia, United States

Thursday, June 12, 2008

50,000 More Names

Above: Felon John Wayne Gacy, Chicago Democratic Party precinct captain, with Democratic First Lady Rosalynn Carter; Gacy booked as serial killing homosexual pedophile

From 2005:

"(Iowa Governor) Vilsack signed an executive order on July 4, granting a blanket restoration of citizenship rights to tens of thousands of felons who have completed their prison terms and are no longer on probation or parole.

Vilsack, a Democrat, said he wanted to help felons - many of them minorities - rejoin society so they can become productive citizens.

Republican critics maintain the action was geared to helping the Democratic Party and polishing Vilsack's resume as a potential presidential candidate in 2008.

...Felons in Iowa can already get the vote back -- Vilsack just made it effortless for the 50,000 in Iowa to get the vote back without applying and waiting six months for it...But you know the Democrats: They’ll take votes from wherever they can get them: Illegal aliens, bums bribed with cigarettes, dead people and now, ex-cons." (Steve Bowers)

You know, "The People."


Blogger Phelonius said...

Look dude. If illegal combatants can have the same rights as me, then sign me up. If the people that have been fighting us now have the same rights as any American citizens, then I have no need to go anywhere do I?

Why did they argue against the Confederacy if they are going to try people that do not even live here in our federal courts? Our people had no such agreements. I guess if you are muslim, though, then you get special treatment.

7:54 PM  
Blogger Phelonius said...

Maybe we can call that Obamatudeness.

And for those lizards out there that have no sense of humor, BITE ME

7:57 PM  
Blogger Phelonius said...

Back in "Reality World," .... Dude

John Wayne Gacey?

There is no way that mentioning that prevert is going to help anybody. There are lots of semi-legal dems that you can mention without mentioning that idiot. Seriously, just for good taste, leave him and Hillary our of that.

8:15 PM  
Anonymous last GOPig standing said...

August, 24, 2000
L In an effort to be the last man standing on the ballot, Republican Byron “Low Tax” Looper
murdered his Tennessee State senate opponent, Tommy Burks. Looper changed his middle name
from Anthony to “Low Tax” for the ballot. He was sentenced to life without parole.
Election opponent found guilty in murder of state senator

8:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Ted Bundy thing got to him.

8:39 PM  
Blogger John said...

"John Wayne Gacey?

There is no way that mentioning that prevert is going to help anybody."

James, they included Ted Bundy in their "Republican Criminals" list.

Absurd? Yes.

"That Ted Bundy thing got to him."

So you see the absurdity?

Actually, what got to me was that he worked for Chicago democrats. ;)

August, 24, 2000
L In an effort to be the last man standing on the ballot, Republican Byron “Low Tax” Looper
murdered his Tennessee State senate opponent, Tommy Burks."

That's news? George Washington's Treasurer and $10.00 bill Alexander Hamilton was shot and killed by Jefferson's veep Aaron Burr. And those guys were patriotic Founding Fathers.

8:56 PM  
Blogger John said...

"Seriously, just for good taste, leave him and Hillary our of that."

Gacy was a felon. And the democrats have the poor taste in pushing for their vote registration because they know they'd vote Democrat, which was the point of a post on felons, good Phelonius.

8:59 PM  
Anonymous the tipster said...

Here's the worst of the worst...

L Dennis L. Rader, the BTK killer, was a Republican, a boy scout leader and a president in his
Lutheran church. He pleaded guilty to performing a sexual act on an 11-year old girl he
L Ted Bundy, the serial rapist and murder, campaigned for the Republican Party.
April 28, 2006
L Republican Rush Limbaugh was arrested for ‘doctor shopping’ in an effort to obtain pain
medication. Prosecutors agreed to drop the charge if Limbaugh paid $30,000 to defray the cost
of the investigation and completed an 18-month therapy regimen with his physician
Rush Limbaugh Arrested On Drug Charges
Conservative Radio Commentator Turns Himself In But Claims Innocence
Limbaugh reaches settlement in drugs case
Charge against conservative commentator to be dropped after treatment
October 29, 1989
L Televangelist Jim Bakker was sentence to 45 years in prison for 24 counts of fraud, tax
evasion and racketeering. He diverted nearly $3 million from the ministry for his own personal
use. Bakker was part of Pat Robertson's Christian Broadcasting network. His downfall began
after trying to pay his secretary, Jessica Hahn, hush money for a secret affair. During the affair
Hahn quoted Bakker as saying, “If you help the shepherd, you help the flock.”
Jim Bakker's Startling Sentence

9:53 PM  
Anonymous o migod said...

The GOP's main spokesman, Limbaugh, had to plea bargain his way THAT is the GOP!!!

Another of their great spiritual leaders got FORTY FIVE (45)yeas!!

Greedy Old Perverts...

9:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Flat Earth Party at Work:

Looks Like Louisiana Schools Will be Cranking Up Creationism 6/13

10:03 PM  
Blogger John said...

Now I know why Mr. Sayet ignores you pests.

John Wayne Gacy: Chicago Democratic Party precinct captain, homosexual serial killer and pedophile

Charles Manson: Liberal hippie.

Lee Harvey Oswald: Marxist.

Greatest Murderer in History: Communist Chairman Mao.

Honorable Mention: Soviet Premier Joe Stalin.

Number of human beings killed by abortion (a liveral sacred cow): Multi-millions

Why do Democrats want to grant felons voting rights, and Republicans do not?

The estimates of the number of people who have either temporarily or permanently lost the right to vote due to felony convictions vary, but most agree that the figure hovers around 4,000,000.

Get the picture?

"Flat Earth Party at Work:

Looks Like Louisiana Schools Will be Cranking Up Creationism 6/13"

Equating theists with flat-earthers.


11:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

When 68% of felons support the DNC... that should tell you the direction the DNC's headed in.

And when the DNC starts pushing to give more felons the right to vote, it sounds like the direction the DNC is headed is mutually agreeable.

Would you trust a fellon with American's pensions? I wouldn't.

5:13 AM  
Blogger John said...

I wouldn't trust any party that has these orcs in their ranks.

7:32 AM  
Anonymous d. simes said...

Inflation rate jumps by biggest amount in 6 months

Worst president in history going out with a bang

8:50 AM  
Anonymous simes out slumming said...

When 68% of felons support the DNC... that should tell you the direction the DNC's headed in.

whadda simpleton...he thinks the poor, blacks and hispanics who make up the prison population should vote GOP.

It's just the rich criminals...both in and out of prison...who support the GOP.

8:56 AM  
Anonymous schickelgruber said...

Uh, yeah that Chairman Mao guy uh like he was a standard libbyrul.

The Xtians killed orders of magnitude more people than da chairman ever did anyway...and they are the standard issue.

8:58 AM  
Anonymous kill the bugs said...

Global Boiling

The evidence for the consequences of global warming is appearing with alarming frequency. This morning's headlines are filled with tales of deadly weather: "At least four people were killed and about 40 injured when a tornado tore through a Boy Scout camp in western Iowa on Wednesday night"; "two people are dead in northern Kansas after tornadoes cut a diagonal path across the state"; "[t]wo Maryland men with heart conditions died this week" from the East Coast heat wave. These eight deaths come on top of reports earlier this week that the heat wave "claimed the lives of 17 people" and the wave of deadly storms killed 11 more: "six in Michigan, two in Indiana and one each in Iowa and Connecticut," as well as one man in New York. Tornadoes this year are being reported at record levels. States of emergency have been declared in Minnesota, California, Wisconsin, North Carolina and Michigan because of floods and wildfires. Counties in Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, South Dakota, and Wisconsin have been declared disaster areas due to the historic flooding that has breached dams, inundated towns, and caused major crop damage, sending commodity futures to new records. The floodwaters are continuing down the Mississippi River, with "crests of 10 feet or more above flood level" for "at least the next two weeks."

GLOBAL BOILING: This tragic, deadly, and destructive weather -- not to mention the droughts in Georgia, California, Kansas, North Carolina, Florida, Tennessee, North Dakota, and elsewhere across the country -- are consistent with the changes scientists predicted would come with global warming. Gov. Chet Culver (D-IA) called the three weeks of storms that gave rise to the floods in his state "historic in proportion," saying "very few people could anticipate or prepare for that type of event." Culver is, unfortunately, wrong. As far back as 1995, analysis by the National Climatic Data Center showed that the United States "had suffered a statistically significant increase in a variety of extreme weather events." In 2007, the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concluded that it is "very likely" that man-made global warming will bring an "increase in frequency of hot extremes, heat waves and heavy precipitation." The Nobel Prize-winning panel of thousands of scientists and government officials also found, "Altered frequencies and intensities of extreme weather, together with sea level rise, are expected to have mostly adverse effects on natural and human systems." In 2002, scientists said that "increased precipitation, an expected outcome of climate change, may cause losses of US corn production to double over the next 30 years -- additional damage that could cost agriculture $3 billion per year." Scientists have also found that the "West will see devastating droughts as global warming reduces the amount of mountain snow and causes the snow that does fall to melt earlier in the year."

WAKE-UP CALL?: Of the Memorial Day storms that killed eight people and "led to about $160 million in claims," Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) rose on the Senate floor on June 5 to say, "the storm may serve as a wake-up call to those of us who have become somewhat complacent about severe weather warnings." The next day, Grassley joined 37 of his colleagues to filibuster climate legislation, the Lieberman-Warner Climate Security Act. This week, conservatives filibustered two more bills to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and support renewable energy and energy efficiency. In response to "[T]he most destructive flood in Indiana history," estimated to have caused "$126 million in damages," Gov. Mitch Daniels (R-IN) told reporters that President Bush "called 'simply to inquire about how Hoosiers were getting through this, and to ask me -- as I have asked local officials -- was his level of government doing all it can to support us here and to cooperate with us? I told him, 'So far, so good.'" At the beginning of the month, Bush said he would veto these climate and clean energy bills if they came to his desk, declaring, "I urge the Congress to be very careful about running up enormous costs for future generations of Americans."

'TURNING THE KNOB': Although the deadly weather has been front-page news all season, and news channels dedicate hours of coverage to "Extreme Weather," the media are strangely reluctant to discuss severe weather events in the context of climate change. Perhaps some of the reason is the virulent response from the right wing whenever a journalist or scientist dares to discuss how "the upsurge in the number and power of the deadly storms could be related to a warming climate." In a rare instance of good coverage, ABC's Good Morning America ran a segment on Monday about the East Coast heat wave that noted "90 records have been tied or broken" across the East and interviewed eminent climatologist Dr. Stephen Schneider. Schneider explained, "While this heat wave like all other heat waves is made by Mother Nature, we've been fooling around by turning the knob and making a little bit hotter." Schneider then pointed out that we are making the climate hotter through carbon dioxide and methane emissions. In response, the right-wing media outlet Newsbusters wrote that Schneider "Blames Greenhouse Gases for Current Heat Wave," saying, "[G]lobal warming activists have another way to frighten the public -- using steamy weather to suggest human greenhouse gas emissions are worsening a heat wave."

it aint reeely hapning say the Flat Earthers...see uh god he woont lettit do that

9:09 AM  
Anonymous grotesk ol party said...

He knows pornography when he sees it, because he posts it online. Alex Kozinski, a top Reagan-appointed conservative federal judge, is caught putting up web pornography while overseeing the trial of a pornographer. He thinks it's all just fun, including the sodomy, the guy giving himself a bl*w job,and two women showing their pubic hair in front of a sign for "Bush for President." Uh, we are not making this up.

9:11 AM  
Anonymous homeowners for gw said...

Foreclosures jump 43% in one month
73,000 homes foreclosed in May, 29th straight month with increase.

9:15 AM  
Anonymous new one literally every day said...

Now, mmmmmmpgghphfffg...this is serious it reall...hahahahahahahahah

Former GOP Chief Pleads Guilty To Deviant Conduct
Glenn Murphy Faces Jail Time, Sex Offender Status

POSTED: 2:03 pm EDT June 12, 2008
UPDATED: 3:22 pm EDT June 12, 2008

JEFFERSONVILLE, Ind. -- The former chairman of the Clark County Republican Party has pleaded guilty to criminal deviate conduct.

Watch The Story

Glenn Murphy Jr. had a top spot in local Republican politics and was making a name for himself as president of the Young Republicans National Federation. But after a Young Republicans get-together last July, a young man claimed Murphy made a bold sexual advance on him.

Police reports said Murphy shared a bunk bed with his victim, a 22-year-old who had had too much to drink, and the next morning the victim said he awoke to find Murphy performing a sex act on him. The victim said he told Murphy to stop and pushed him away.

Prosecutor Stanley Levco said other incidents involving Murphy would have been presented as evidence had the case gone to trial. A Clarksville police report shows Murphy was involved in a similar incident in 1988, but no charges were filed.

Levco said he thinks that may have been another reason Murphy pleaded guilty as charged.

Criminal deviate conduct is a Class B felony in Indiana. If the judge accepts his plea, Murphy will have to register as a sex offender. Sentencing is set for June 30.

Murphy resigned his political posts when the allegations surfaced.

9:19 AM  
Anonymous e-e-e-e-e-everybody knows said...

“Is Cheney — is he a goon?” Letterman asked. “I don’t mean that to be like a smartass, but he seems like he might be a goon.”

“He’s quite an interesting guy,” McClellan replied. “He has a very dark view of the world and he certainly believes that some of the means justify the ends. This president showed him way too much deference, I think.”

“My feeling about Cheney … is that he just couldn’t care less about Americans,” Letterman insisted. “And the same is true of George Bush. And all they really want to do is somehow kiss up to the oil people so they can get some great annuity when they’re out of office … Is there any humanity in either of these guys?”

“I still have personal affection for the president,” McClellan replied. “I can’t speak to the vice president’s thinking that well, because he’s someone that keeps things to himself … and he doesn’t care what anybody else thinks. … That’s not always what’s in the best interests of this country — as we’ve seen.”

“You told me backstage you thought he was a goon,” Letterman said abruptly.

McClellen threw his head back and laughed loudly but made no reply.

haha that speaks for itself...

9:22 AM  
Anonymous your tutor said...

Well, that's today's evaluation, studunce...I'm afraid you all receive an F grade again today, again.

You've simply got to get over that first hurdle...the earth is round...r-o-u-n-d.

9:38 AM  
Anonymous hoover in oh ate said...

On the economic front, the position once stigmatized as "doom and gloom" seems to be attracting new advocates and adherents-but not from the places you would think.

The Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the organization that fosters cooperation between central banks, has warned that the credit crisis could lead world economies into a crash on a scale not seen since the 1930s.

In its latest quarterly report, the body points out that the Great Depression of the 1930s was not foreseen and that commentators on the financial turmoil, instigated by the US sub-prime mortgage crisis, may not have grasped the level of exposure that lies at its heart.

According to the BIS, complex credit instruments, a strong appetite for risk, rising levels of household debt and long-term imbalances in the world currency system, all form part of the loose monetarist policy that could result in another Great Depression."

12:49 PM  
Anonymous we gotta get a quicker monkey said...

More articles, troll. These are too boring. TRY AGAIN! Chop chop!

3:37 PM  
Blogger John said...


Amything's possible, dolt.

Don't get too disappouinted, but Gloom & Doom talk of a global meltdown and a 2nd Great Depression here is bunk, anti-establishment (i.e. Bush) campaign propaganda for the sake of Barack who's going to wave a magic wand and suddenly make Doomsday disappear when the cyclical recession hits the upswing.

Of course, when his tax-raising, protectionist, and anti-corporate policies assure a deeper recession (if not a real Depression), you'll blame it on "Bush Inheritance."

And what's up with "Xtian," imp? You can't bring yourself to spell out "Christ" but feel compelled to censor and "X" him out like an obscenity?

You must be the same pussy fathead from Evan's who regretted that your "ancestors couldn't murder (Jesus) twice," but then stfu when asked what you had to say about Mohammad.

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...pretty pathetic when your bone=headed troll starts thinking that the late night talk show are somehow "newsworthy". Next thing you know the idiot will be quoting Whoopi Goldberg from The View like she's Edward R. Murrow,

3:40 PM  
Blogger John said...

"More articles, troll. These are too boring. TRY AGAIN! Chop chop!"

He'll be back. He's possessed.

3:40 PM  
Blogger John said...

Jon Stewart, too, but being ridiculed by pop icons in a pop cult forum is important to pop cultists.

They quoted from shallow, mass-consumption and ideologically liberal fluff like *Newsweek* to "prove" a point and don't realize how they expose themselves doing it.

3:49 PM  
Anonymous heeeeeeeeeeeeere's david!!! said...

Ouch...that Letterman thing hit their synapse big time...they understand how much the very popular late night shows reflect the thinking of the average Joe. It's the mainstream's mainstream.

When our man, Dave, starts saying stuff like that it's deadly....deeeeeeeeeeadleh!

4:58 PM  
Anonymous reddy eddy said...

What kind of a rock do these little twerps live under?

BIS is an agitprop organ for Obammy?!!


Hey...ever hear of xmas, simp?
Let's keep the x in that shall we?
It's used all the time by everyone who isn't an earnest little means that the freaks who've usurped Christianity are evil filth who hate Christ. It's they who are Xpunged for the obscenities that they are.

Holeeeeee Jeebus...are these dinks real??

Fun to redass, though...but a little unfair if they weren't such evil tripe.

5:03 PM  
Anonymous killed any tame birds lately? oh a few hundred said...

McClellan threw his head back and laughed loudly but made no reply.

haha that speaks for itself...

har! It sho does.

5:06 PM  
Anonymous gooness said...

Sounds like a GOON to me...

It’s a talking point favored by the right wing. Cheney was quoting conservative columnist Geroge Will, who wrote on June 6 that China is drilling “60 miles off Florida,” “closer to South Florida than U.S. companies are.” The problem, of course, is that the claim is completely false. After his claim was thoroughly debunked in the press, Cheney acknowledged that he had, in fact, lied in his speech, though his statement today offered no apology and issued only a half-hearted backtrack of his original claim. 6/14

Bonus Goon!!:
Judge Alex Kozinski, BuzzFlash's GOP Hypocrite this week, recuses himself from obscenity trial; Mistrial declared 6/14

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not only corrupt, but traitorous...

The lobbying firm of McCain campaign manager Rick Davis acted in direct opposition to American foreign interests, which prompted a warning to McCain's Senate office from the United States government, according to a recent New York Times article.

Much has been reported about Rick Davis, top McCain adviser and lobbyist whose company, Davis Manafort, made its fortune in part by accepting jobs that didn't require employees to register as lobbyists. Davis has been in particular hot water for his company's work with pro-Russian Ukranian political candidates; Davis arranged for one of Putin's allies to meet with McCain during the time.

Mr. McCain may have first become aware of Davis Manafort's activities in Ukraine as far back as 2005. At that time, a staff member at the National Security Council called Mr. McCain's Senate office to complain that Mr. Davis's lobbying firm was undercutting American foreign policy in Ukraine, said a person with direct knowledge of the phone call who spoke on condition of anonymity.

A campaign spokesman, when asked whether such a call had occurred, referred a reporter to Mr. McCain's office. The spokesman there, Robert Fischer, did not respond to repeated inquiries.

Such a call might mean that Mr. McCain has been long aware of Mr. Davis's foreign clients. Mr. Davis took a leave from his firm at the end of 2006.

5:20 PM  
Anonymous the manchurian candidate said...

That's a well run campaign for a senile guy.

5:23 PM  
Anonymous hypocrite meter said...

Cheney acknowledged that he had, in fact, lied in his speech,


Unless it's made by one of their GOONs.

5:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ROFL! Obama's 1/2 brother say's Obama was raised a Muslim... contrary to any hype to the contrary...

Apparently the Obamas of Kenya have been reading those scurrilous emails to which Barack likes to refer, because they have no doubt -- contrary to the claims of the Obama campaign, that the presidential candidate was raised a Moslem. They take that as a given.

As the Jerusalem Post reports, "Barack Obama's half brother Malik said Thursday that if elected his brother will be a good president for the Jewish people, despite his Muslim background. In an interview with Army Radio he expressed a special salutation from the Obamas of Kenya."

The Obama brothers' father, a senior economist for the Kenyan government who studied at Harvard University, died in car crash in 1982. He left six sons and a daughter. All of his children - except Malik -- live in Britain or the United States. Malik and Barack met in 1985.

In a remarkable denial issued last November that still stands on the official campaign website, Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs issued a statement explaining that "Senator Obama has never been a Muslim, was not raised as a Muslim, and is a committed Christian."

Apparently Malik Obama, himself a Muslim, had not read the press release.

Melanie Phillips is the most recent commentator to draw attention to the massive body of evidence that leaves no doubt that Barak Hussein Obama was born a Muslim (Islam is patrilineal) and raised a Muslim (so registered in school, acknowledging attending Islamic classes, reported accompanying his step-father to the mosque, and able to recite the Koran in the original Arabic).

Reuven Koret, Aaron Klein and Daniel Pipes have previously pointed to the attempts by Obama and his campaign to conceal the candidate's Muslim background. The well documented evidence draws upon the on-the-ground interviews by researchers in Indonesia and Kenya, published quotations of Obama's childhood friends and his school records, as well as the candidate's own autobiography.

It is not clear whether Barack Obama will now disown his half-brother Malik, or throw him under the campaign bus, for acknowledging that shared family background. In any case, some one should notify "Fight the Smear" tout de suite. Perhaps they can get him with the program.

I guess your trolls are to busy to work the talking points today. :)

5:26 PM  
Anonymous tag team said...

Good job, X.

Why thank you, Y.

Well, off we go.

5:27 PM  
Anonymous X said...

Wait...had to read Dickable's screed...weak attempt...too much cried I'm a lying freak once too often.

5:31 PM  
Anonymous slime trails r us said...

Gee, Some Democrats think Obama is connected to the terrorists. Given the ethics of his spokes-trolls, I'm inclined to agree with them.

Fred Hobbs, a [Tennessee] Democratic Party executive committee member representing part of [Rep. Lincoln] Davis’ district, said he understands why Davis is not endorsing Obama and is “skeptical” of the Illinois senator himself.

“Maybe [it’s] the same reason I don’t want to — I don’t exactly approve of a lot of the things he stands for and I’m not sure we know enough about him,” Hobbs said when asked why he thought Davis wasn’t endorsing Obama. “He’s got some bad connections, and he may be terrorist connected for all I can tell. It sounds kind of like he may be.”

Davis was not made available for comment.

His chief of staff, Beecher Frasier, said he doesn’t know for sure if Obama is “terrorist connected” but he assumes he’s not.

5:33 PM  
Anonymous dirty democrats got your back said...

Sen. Christopher Dodd, a top figure in Democrats' response to the housing crisis, defended through a spokesman two mortgages he reportedly received under a special Countrywide Financial Corp. program that awarded preferential interest rates to people referred to as "friends" of the company's chairman and chief executive, Angelo Mozilo.

"The Dodds received a competitive rate on their loans," said Bryan DeAngelis, Sen. Dodd's press secretary. "They did not seek or anticipate any special treatment, and they were not aware of any." He declined further comment.

The news could cause headaches for the Connecticut senator, who is trying to negotiate housing legislation designed to deal with the foreclosure crisis. The final bill could include expanding a government program to insure up to $300 billion in refinanced home loans.

Publicly, Mr. Dodd has been critical of some of the mortgages in which Countrywide specialized, such as loans known as "payment-option ARMs," adjustable-rate mortgages that give borrowers multiple payment options each month. In December 2007, he co-signed a letter to Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke that called these mortgages at Countrywide "abusive" because "these loans were not made on the basis of a borrower's ability to pay."

The "Friends of Angelo" program was first disclosed by The Wall Street Journal on Saturday and focused on former Fannie Mae Chief Executive James Johnson. Mr. Johnson resigned from Sen. Barack Obama's vice-presidential-search task force because of loans he received from the mortgage lender under the little-known program.

Condé Nast Portfolio magazine reported Sen. Dodd's participation in the program, among a handful of other Washington luminaries, on its Web site late Thursday. A spokesman for Countrywide, of Calabasas, Calif., didn't return a message seeking comment.

Portfolio said Countrywide made two loans in 2003 at special rates to Sen. Dodd: a $503,000 loan to refinance a Washington townhouse and a $275,042 loan to refinance a loan on a home in East Haddam, Conn. The article said Countrywide waived fractions of points on the loans, a move that likely saved Sen. Dodd money. Portfolio said the lower interest rates could have saved Sen. Dodd a combined $75,000 during the life of the 30-year loans, though this could be difficult to measure because the mortgages were reportedly adjustable-rate loans.

5:39 PM  
Blogger John said...

"Hey...ever hear of xmas, simp?"

Sure I have. It's part of the war on Christmas by secularist anti-Christian ACLU types.

Anyway, good luck finding 50,000 Republican felons.

7:44 PM  
Anonymous honest abe said...

Vilsack, a Democrat, said he wanted to help felons - many of them minorities - rejoin society so they can become productive citizens.

Nice post! Very enlightened. I thought GOPiggies liked Jim Crow by whatever means was at hand.

7:52 PM  
Blogger John said...

He saw a motherlode of votes, and you know it.

10:11 PM  
Blogger Phelonius said...

"Nice post! Very enlightened. I thought GOPiggies liked Jim Crow by whatever means was at hand." was definitely a religiolated comment, by his own vocabulary.

11:08 PM  
Blogger Phelonius said...


The GOP was the party that ended slavery. Had you forgotten that?

The Jim Crow laws were put in place by the DEMOCRATIC Party, ass. Was your learning so limited that you cannot remember that?

11:12 PM  
Blogger John said...

Not only that, but the Civil Rights Bill was introduced by Republicans, and obstructed by...


12:00 AM  

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