Thursday, August 22, 2013

Another Flounder

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The Flounder

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I swear, carbonated beverage through my nose.

Turds ahead Cap'n

In the Democrat-held Senate McCain is the ‘model prisoner’

  It is now clear that Sen. John S. McCain III (R.-Ariz.) has completed his transition from being the Senate’s “maverick” to becoming the upper body’s model prisoner.

McCain was livid. He was so livid that the next morning he and Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R.-S.C.) came to the floor to denounce Paul and the other senators in the filibuster as “whacko birds.”
It is not just that McCain is a snitch, running to the press or the Senate floor, whenever a rebellious conservative disturbs the good order and discipline of upper chamber. The son and grandson of Navy admirals now meets in secret with the warden, Majority Leader Harry Reid (D.-Nev.), to cook up new ways to undermine and thwart conservatives.

McCain was always a sketchy character. But, what really turned him into the warden’s pet was the worldwide phenomenon of Sen. Randall H. Paul (R-Ky.) filibustering the on the Senate floor from just before lunch March 6 until 12:30 a.m., the next morning. [

Nobody expects different behavior from McCain, so he's pretty much just another turd in the alley.  But. The more I think about it, the more I'm inclined to believe that McCain picked Sarah Palin because he knew he was going to lose, and wanted a weak VP on the ticket he could blame.  Instead, picking Palin may be remembered as his only accomplishment, or  noble thing the man did in his entire public life.

The Ladies Man ...

Res Ipsa LoquitorWomen in the liquor store are always shyly asking ....

... say. Rodge; this is embarrassing, but could you tell me how I ..."   I stop them right there to save them the embarrassment, and refer them to this. 

You're welcome ladies.

CRASH potatoes



Paul Weston : I am a racist

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cussin' cuzzin ricky


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My friend Banning insists that this is the mark of a Virginia Gentleman.

Res Ipsa Loquitor
  Maybe so,  but ...

Benstein is Always Right

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Mann Act

When Tom Speaks ...

Today's Reminder of Stuff

Res Ipsa Loquitor

  "The instability of our laws is really an immense evil. I think it would be well to provide in our constitutions that there shall always be a twelve-month between the ingross-ing a bill & passing it: that it should then be offered to its passage without changing a word: and that if circumstances should be thought to require a speedier passage, it should take two thirds of both houses instead of a bare majority." –Thomas Jefferson, Letter to James Madison, 1787