Thursday, October 20, 2005


That's Tom DeLay's Prison Bitch Name.
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Lewis Libby = The Wanker

Typed in Bill O'Reilly for fun ... "Cream of Meat."


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Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Answer: Not much

Question: How much longer will Scott McClellan be able to respond to questions about the CIA leak investigation, by answering "...not going to comment any further on an ongoing investigation."

First Gaggle question of the day:
Q Scott, did the President talk to Karl Rove two years ago about the leak?



So in the White House's effort to discredit Joe Wilson, Bush was mad at Karl -- not for engaging in treasonous acts, Dear Reader, but for handling ... in a ham-handed and bush-league way."

In Bushworld, it's okay to commit a crime, but it's not okay to get caught.

Up is down, black is white, war is peace...

Monday, October 17, 2005


Big Time's in big time trouble. He was in on IT.

I'm wordless.



One to go.

Be Still My Heart

Call me partisian, but anticipating Tom DeLay's mug shot makes me absofuckinglutely giddy.

Friday, October 14, 2005

"You are bidding on a mistake"

Friday funny via Hoffmania.

Frog March, Please

Armstrong Williams: A White House shill and a fraud.
Investigators at the Education Department have contacted the U.S. attorney's office regarding the Bush administration's hiring of commentator Armstrong Williams to promote its agenda.

The action was disclosed by Sen. Frank Lautenberg, D-N.J., who has pressed for a criminal fraud investigation focused on questions about whether Williams actually performed the work cited in his monthly reports to the Education Department.

Last month, congressional auditors concluded that the Education Department had engaged in illegal "covert propaganda" by hiring Williams to promote the No Child Left Behind Act without requiring him to disclose that he was being paid.

In an Oct. 6 letter to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Lautenberg and Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., said questions of fraud remained. Lautenberg also asked the Education Department's Office of Inspector General to more fully investigate the contract. The inspector general's office told Lautenberg in a letter released Friday that it was working with the U.S. attorney's office for the District of Columbia.

"It's bad enough the administration bribed a journalist to promote their policies, but now it looks like taxpayer dollars were handed over for work that was never done," said Lautenberg.

Williams, a conservative black commentator, was paid to produce ads promoting the education program, and to provide media time to department officials and persuade other blacks in the media to discuss the law. GAO auditors could not find the work Williams listed or could not connect the work they found to his contract.

Williams' spokeswoman Shirley Dave said the commentator had not been informed about the latest development and had no comment.


Thursday, October 13, 2005

Testy Testy 1, 2, 3


The Gaggler's are chowin' down on grilled Scottie. Go. Read. It'll do a reality-based heart good.

Monday, October 10, 2005

Big Al in 08?

Washington Whispers sez word on The Hill It's Gore Time.

He had my vote in 00. He'd have it again in 08.

Ain't no way I'm voting for Hillary. I'll go green first.

Monday, October 03, 2005

Ha Ha

Melanie Morgan got canned.