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Location: Arlington, Virginia, United States

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

MR. Burris Is Dismissed.

Chicago pol Roland Burris was appointed to fill President Obama's vacated seat by former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich.

Blagojevich was impeached and removed from office for putting that senate seat up for sale, among other things quite unbecoming for a state governor.

Burris is now busted for perjury for being involved in fund-raising activities for Blagojevich in an apparent quid pro quo for the seat after swearing under oath something to the effect of: "I never saw that white boy in my life after I raised money for him in June of last year."

"I've done nothing wrong," he insists, meaning that he tried to raise money for him last October, but couldn't, and so didn't.

We need to stop the "rush to judgment!" he cried, decrying what he calls "misinformation."

That's funny. That's pretty much what Blagojevich is still saying.

And pretty much what this disbarred perjurer insisted:

In other words, "Absolutely 100% Not Guilty, Your Honor!"



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unlike conservatives, liberals CAN admit mistakes. THROUGH THE BUM OUT!

11:46 AM  
Blogger John said...

What if I called him a non-qualified black boy?

Would that make me a racist?

12:28 PM  
Blogger John said...

P.S. It's "throw," not "through."

12:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Michael Steele says the GOP need be gwine hip hop...hahahahahaha

That's like a moribund nonagenarian trying to hang out with teen age street kids...

grotesquer and grotesquer.

And Steele is the smart GOP who says no one should trust ANYTHING the GOP says or maybe their new makeover? hahahahaha

Meanwhile even Alaskan GOPs are dismissing Palin as Quayle with a pony tail. That's some good shit.

1:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow GOPiggies found a bad dem! Good for you. Never saw anything on this blog about:
Ted Stevens
Larry Craig
Tom Delay
Mark Foley
And those are just off the top of my head.

Any second now the moderator with start screaming PROJECTION!!!

2:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

One bad Dem?


We got a White House, a Congress, quite a few governors mansions and fifty state legislatures FULL of 'em!

5:07 PM  
Anonymous ludi said...

For these dinks, a bad Democrat is one who kicks their loser asses.

And there is indeed a whole government full of them.

9:09 PM  
Blogger John said...

"For these dinks, a bad Democrat is one who kicks their loser asses."

*Au contraire,* Truman "kicked Republican ass," but he was one of the better ones.

Furthermore, in a post showcasing disgraced Democrats (I really don't think OJ was ever a registered Republican) who ended up getting their own "asses kicked" (and by their own devices), that *non sequitur* can only be an unconscious--but self-conscious-- projection.

That's why they think the Great Reagan and W were bad--if not the very, very worst ever in world history times a thousand--presidents, because they were indeed very bad for liberalism.

They recoiled from Reagan like vampires from a crucifix, and went batty. Dubya's nonchalance in the second term was self-evidently good for them, but he steamrolled them in the first term and could've staked them for good four years ago, but he was a turn-the-other-cheek Christian when it came to suffering abuse from the people he served and let them get control of the messages while he kept his sights set on the enemies abroad and trying to be--by example--a "Uniter, Not Divider/Compassionate Conservative" here to a bunch of insurgent and insane assholes who hated his guts and only wanted to divide and conquer.

1:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is there even disagreement about this? Throw this guy out!

5:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Along w/Murtha, Rangel, Emmanuel AND Geithner!

7:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But tax cheats like Palin & Joe the plumber. Their patriots!

7:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...They're not responsible for collecting my taxes either.

9:15 AM  
Blogger John said...

...nor do they promote raising them.

9:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey Dahmer...GOPigs

10:18 AM  
Anonymous dsimes said...

I see the one note freak is projecting his projections AGAIN...what a simple dink.

Does he think that picture of him circling the toilet bowl with his group of fellow, demented grotesques is being projected from somewhere?

10:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Poll: Obama over Jesus

President Obama's broad public popularity continues with Americans naming him their number one hero in a new poll.

10:27 AM  
Blogger John said...

"I see the one note freak is projecting..."

...projected the one note freak:


Simian. Maybe "Travis" is a better name for you.

"President Obama's broad public popularity continues with Americans naming him their number one hero in a new poll."

Of course, that's being frantically circulated and posted the very day polls come out showing a DROP in approvals.

Get used to it.

Pretty soon, Obama's going to bomb a country to get them back up.

2:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Poll Analysis: Fall In Obama Approval Fueled Entirely By Republicans
A new polling analysis from Gallup shows a very interesting piece of data within the slight decline of President Obama's approval rating, down from its 68% honeymoon rating when he took office, to 63% now. Not only is the dip fueled solely by a fall in Republican support -- in fact, HIS RATINGS HAVE GONE UP WITH EVERYONE ELSE.

Between the polling sample from January 21-25, compared to February 9-15, Obama's ratings went from 90% to 94% among self-identified liberal Democrats, from 87% to 88% among moderate Dems, from 80% to 84% with conservative Dems, and from 47% to 50% among independents. On the other hand, his approval fell from 53% to 47% moderate Republicans, with a plummet of 36% down to 22% with conservative Republicans.

Obama's ratings are still very strong, and it appears the dip in his ratings is coming from people who were unlikely to have approved of him in the first place, but for the honeymoon factor. Everyone else, on the other hand, is either staying the same or approving even more.

10:49 AM  
Anonymous Fulton Lewis III said...

Good News...if you've got these unspeakable trogs with you, there's something wrong.

11:07 AM  
Blogger John said...


Is that "zero" man? Because he's pretty much a blank slate who keeps everyone guessing.

Or is that just your copycatting way of having your own "Dubya"?

(W=Dubya, O=O-Man.)

Lefties are like little kids who see their elder siblings riding around on bikes and cry and cry for their own.

So they finally get one with training wheels and pedal furiously around trying to "prove" to their elder siblings that they, too, have a bicycle--only a better one, because theirs has colorful streamers at the end of the handlebars and a jingling bell and this really cool racing stripe.

"The O-Man."



6:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

believe me, twat...the last thing any liberal wants is a W on our side

hilarious, though, to see these rejected, infantile incompetents posing as adults after America has thrown them so far out

they've finally realized that conservative just means BACKWARD

6:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hahahahahaha...Oh, we real want our own Dubya...what a stoooopid dink.

I can imagine the smelly little monkey riding around on his own bike though.

8:35 PM  
Blogger John said...

"believe me, twat...the last thing any liberal wants is a W on our side"

I didn't say that you wanted a W. I said that you wanted your own one-letter political paladin, too, and that's why you sneered enviously at "W" and vindictively exult with "O" in precisely the spirit I exemplified with the bicycle.

"hilarious, though, to see these rejected, infantile incompetents posing as adults after America has thrown them so far out"

That's a vindictive projection. You know very well that "The adults have arrived!" sighs of relief FIRST made their rounds back when the Clinton kids finally left office back in 2000 after their crowned Prince Al was rejected (and, true to form, vandalizing the White House with childish pranks for good measure while exiting).

And for the next eight years, your high school cattiness, *jejune* taunts, and wailing, foot-stomping temper tantrums left no doubt that the Left is comprised of thumb-sucking crybabies or, at their most "mature," arrestedly developed adolescents.

Conversely, there was no demonstrable proof that the Bush Administration was "infantile," as you admit by their "posing as adults."

In other words, "Sure, they looked like adults, and sounded like adults, and behaved like adults, so they *must* have been POSING as adults!"

"they've finally realized that conservative just means BACKWARD"

You're pathetic. Any regular reader knows that you and your crowed have been identified as "backward" here as well as at large by conservative observers FIRST.

Your vindictively "I-Know-You-Are-But-What-Am-I?" projecting again, which is only just another proof that you're insane children.


That--as always--is nervously manufactured laughter held out as a shield to hide their guilt. Once positioned in the thick of it, the lefty troll will--as always--try fighting with its favorite weapons (which are actually defenswe mechanisms converted into offensive weapons): more ridicule, denial, gratuitous ad hominems, and projection:

"we real want our own Dubya...what a stoooopid dink."

I will not reiterate for a third time what was clear the first.

Note, however, the use of the word "real" for "really." That was a subliminal, confessional slip, i.e. my analysis was "real."

"I can imagine the smelly little monkey riding around on his own bike though."

Actually, I not only imagined them doing that, but proved that they were doing just that very thing with "O-Man."


btw, did you get a load of what's in that "thtimuluth" bill?

Oh, man!

11:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This poor guy is even more of a parrot than Sayet...the same straaaaaaaaaaaaaaaained, overexplained points, again and again and again, ad nauseoso...all idiotic in the first place, the same OCD fueled I said it first, projection projection blah blah inanities again and again.

Keep pushing the freaks buttons...he's as weird and defective and freak show entertaining as the robot psycho Sayet anytime. You see this all over bloggerdom...the poor, traumatized losers are at a point where they just keep repeating their stale talking points over and over in a state of paralyitic frustration and can't see why everyone is laughing.

10:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of Sayet, have you seen his blog lately?...great selection of liberal articles.

I don't know where they're all coming from, but spead the word. It's becoming a great liberal resource.

11:14 AM  
Anonymous The GOP is Dis(mis)sed said...

Obama's State of the Union Address: An Epitaph for the GOP

A new New York Times/CBS News poll indicates that three-quarters of Americans back President Obama. It's further confirmation not only of Obama's extraordinary political skills, but also the precipice that the GOP hasn't approached but actively leaped over. When Obama delivers the State of the Union address Tuesday, he will wield the one of the most powerful hands history has ever bestowed upon an American president.

Obama will undoubtedly seize the opportunity to sketch out his program for American renewal, both in domestic and foreign policy. His speech, I predict, will not only be seen as a pivotal moment in restoring American democracy, but also an epitaph for the conservative movement that has finally run American into the ground.

By 2010, the GOP's refusal to vote for the stimulus bill will been seen a as decisive event in the party's fortunes--for the worse. Had the party cooperated with the president, it might have been able to resuscitate itself. The Times/CBS poll indicates that Americans are displaying great patience and don't expect the economy to turn around any time soon. But they have seen through the GOP's charade of purporting to stand for fiscal discipline--after plunging the country into $1 trillion of debt over the past eight years.

The conservative movement is now officially dead. All that remains is for the pallbearers to carry the casket to its burial site. Obama's speech Tuesday will provide the funeral oration.

12:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have to wonder about someone who is oddly compelled to:
1) Parrot talking points OVER & OVER & OVER again and insist that they are original


2) Whenever possible try to respond to every sentence of every comment.

He's clearly compensating for something.

12:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Deep down, a "conservative" knows he's a backward, lesser being on the wrong side of every ongoing issue of civilization...bigots, religious idiots, warmongers, anti environment...on and on and on...and they hate their betters who understand and press these issues.

And,then, they have tiny dicks or are fat asses like alice.

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Meantime, they're eating their own...Bunning: If NRSC Runs Candidate Against Me, I'll Sue!
By Eric Kleefeld - February 24, 2009, 12:59PM
Senator Jim Bunning (R-KY) really is resisting the apparent efforts by the GOP establishment to usher him into retirement rather than deal with a vulnerable incumbent. In fact, the Lexington Herald-Leader reports that he's now threatening to sue the NRSC if he gets a primary challenger -- and he might even take action on a separate matter against a specific, challenger, too!

In response to rumors that the national GOP is trying to recruit a challenger, Bunning said: "I would have a suit against the (National Republican Senatorial Committee) if they did that," Bunning told reporters on Tuesday. "In their bylaws, support of the incumbents is the only reason they exist."

Bunning also raised a point against state Senate President David Williams (R), who has spoken to national leaders about mounting a campaign. It turns out, Bunning says, Williams still owes him $30,000 in campaign money that Bunning's campaign committee gave as a loan, and which was due back this past January 1. So who knows, Williams' first task if he does declare a candidacy might be to raise $30,000, to give right back to a very demanding creditor/opponent.

It's unlikely that the national party would go so far as to openly support a challenger -- but any failure to actively help out Bunning would speak volumes, and send all the messages to donors and activists that a challenger would need.

And threatening to go after Specter also.

3:49 PM  
Blogger John said...

Troll Credibility Falls To New Low:

In the commentary section of the 2/12 post "A Study In Contrasts Part III," Anonymous gloated:

"Big wave rising for bringing back the Fairness Doctrine.

Wingbats are scared shitless they won't have total conrol of the public airwaves.

They hate an equal playing field.

They've got all the morons now, but the left has discovered the value of morons and their votes and will soon be brainwashing their share of the simple little dinks.

That will be the end of GOPism."

Cut to:

--Feb 19, 2009

"President Obama opposes any move to bring back the so-called fairness doctrine."



btw, this: "They hate an equal playing field." projection in its purest form.

This one is psychotic.

1:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... if Obama is not part of the movement, there is no one is a mo-ron

personally I don't think we need it back...let the GOP self destruct in full view

migod...poor Bobby Jindal...the GOP is pathetic

every time they get a "person of color" that person is bound to be a flake

10:43 AM  
Blogger nanc said...

we've had a strong delusion cast upon this nation.

11:09 AM  
Blogger John said...

" if Obama is not part of the movement, there is no one is a mo-ron"

*Non sequitur.*

"personally I don't think we need it back..."

Sour grapes.

"...let the GOP self destruct in full view"


"migod...poor Bobby Jindal..."

Good Lord. Keith Olbermann.

nanc said:

"we've had a strong delusion cast upon this nation."

Care to elaborate?

12:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... guy said Jindal came of like that gofer on 30 Rock...

The GOP did make gains in the polls though...

on Comedy Central and The World's Biggest Losers


12:27 PM  
Blogger John said...

Correction: Not Olbermann, but Matthews.

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jindal/Palin in '12!!!!!

10:42 PM  
Anonymous Throw Away the Key! said...

Obama/Biden for Cellmates in 2012!

6:32 AM  
Anonymous Olin said...

We know that this Obama nightmare is heading for a total bankruptcy of the American system with the plan clearly being to use it to make the USA a completely nationalized and communist system.

However, what practical events must we be looking for in the near future to bring this message home to the temporarily deluded American people?

Simply announcing it at this point makes us look like sour grapes as well as fools. We need real landmark events to rally around. We must be able to recognize the signs when they appear.

11:01 AM  
Blogger John said...

Signs? The "stimulus" is full of them, but it's supported by a majority of the polled populace, anyway.

11:42 AM  
Anonymous See you in the Streets said...

There are no tea leaves left to read. Obama's already crossed the Rubicon. There's no going back. The world's going to have to learn this one the HARD way.

Lock 'n Load.

12:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, I think you've probably realized from that uncomprehending comment that you'll have a fine time trying to get a serious conversation going on with your fellow dingalings on this site...and we trolls will just laugh at your goofy, paranoid ass.

But, anyway, here's a sign that things are going commie, Olin...Greenspan's ass has turned a bright pink.

Do you think that will be convincing to your followers?

12:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to see that exorcist guy, Jindal, lead your party away from the Evil Ones, though. I think he's the man for the job.

12:29 PM  
Anonymous the last liberal president said...

The great thing about Depressions is that it ultimately puts to the lie all the Liberal fantasies about government spending leading to prosperity. The Liberal Age is finally coming to a close.

5:45 AM  

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