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Monthly Archives: June 2007

The Piano That Broke The Camel’s Back


I have not posted in light of the recent Washington Post articles that suggest that Richard Cheney believes himself to be a supreme being, not so much a human being as a theoretical concept, a beam of light, if you will. I have been busy trying to figure out how to recover my jaw from […]

Million Dollar Bookmark


The works of Ayn Rand are to its readers like apple pie is to Jim Levenstein. You know. It’s a substitute for the real thing that you’re in the middle of screwing the hell out of in the kitchen when your father walks in. Um. Something like that. I call them “Atlas Slugs,” young impressionable […]

War Pigs


Television can ruin lots of things. Thanks to television, for instance, we snicker at Ozzy Osbourne these days and/or hold him simultaneously in esteemed affection. We forget that the man sang inspired protest lyrics once upon a time. “Politicians hide themselves away. They only started the war. Why should they go out to fight? They leave that role […]

The One To Be Frightened Of: Giuliani


If you haven’t yet, go out and pick up the current issue of Rolling Stone, the one with Amy Winehouse on the cover, and read Matt Taibi’s article, Giuliani: Worse Than Bush. It is, without a doubt, spot-on. It argues effectively that of all the Republigoat beigebots running for prezident, Rudy is the one to […]

The KIAV Prediction, Re: Libby Pardon


George W. Bush will pardon Scooter Libby. Sooner than later.



Here’s the answer I gave this MoveOn survey. The Founders said impeachment was for “high crimes and misdemeanors.” I am no legal scholar, but I believe what this means is that a president doesn’t have to be caught with the bloody knife handle in his hands and the bloody knife handle in the body (I […]

Not Really.


The Politico today sez that the Jefferson indictment “complicates Democrats’ Campaign Strategy.” They sez the indictment “…provided a political opening for Republicans to fight back after being battered for months by guilty pleas from Republican lawmakers, aides and lobbyists linked to the Jack Abramoff scandal.” It doesn’t have to. Not if the Democrats do the […]

Weird. Just weird.


How damned weird is the case against Louisiana Congressman William Jefferson (D – La.)? $90,000 on ice? $90,000 on ice? I just hope some of the deliberation of this case and/or trial will be heard publicly so we can know what the hell this was all about. Duly noted, though: A Democrat has been indicted. Good. […]