In2 Right Wing Inanity AND Left Wing Insanity…

A little over a year ago I posted In2 Right Wing Inanity a post about how the Right wastes opportunities and credibility on false attacks on Obama & Co. Well a year on and I have to say it is still going on. I also have to say that after a year of exposure to lefties I have a compounding malady.

The breaking point that has lead to this new post is the whole BP,Rep. Barton,Obama thing. The 20 billion dollar fund that BP will spend up to two years building is being played as a slush fund,an un-Constitutional act and an aberration to democracy by the Right.

The Fund

Well the fund was a negotiated settlement. Contrary to many on the right and left I am of the opinion that BP has no intent to offer any more money-evah! I firmly believe that if the 20bn is exhausted and the government goes back to the till you will see a litigation action that will make the Exxon Valdez case look like a parking ticket appearance.

On Barton.

I’ve reviewed the Barton apology as it is called and find the left dishonest on this issue. The prepared statement angle is a red herring. I’m sure it was prepared,but I am equally sure he prepared it. I have the same level of confidence in the fact that Bartons statement spoke to looking into legitimate legal actions by the AG and that BP MUST answer questions. Getting hung up on the apology is silly and petty.

Obama thing(s)

I wish we could approach the subject that we obviously do not have enough sea borne cleaning vessels. The offers from foreign countries have been somewhat dishonestly clouded in Jones Act talk. Truth be told as more oil washes ashore every day we are failing to take up the best offers. The State Dept. states costs are being evaluated as offers pour in. I’m of the school that cost isn’t an object here. Let’s get the right tools for the job now! It would’ve been nice to get them two months ago too but that ship has sailed.

As for Obama bullying BP into coughing up 20 billion dollars. Again…..N-E-G-O-T-I-A-T-I-O-N. BP could’ve clearly taken a chance in courts alone including the souring court of opinion.The actions of the POTUS were in my opinion not totally Presidential. I fail to see where it was unconstitutional.

Left Wing Insanity.

So the above clearly illustrates (to me) how predominantly the right has run with some bad info to all the wrong places. Well the left is no better. The left has secured a superior weapon though and it should be exposed. The left collectively celebrates the concept of the “right wing sound machine” and other such names yet relish using anything from the right to be placed into the echo chamber.

The echo chamber is a leftist production. It takes inane comments and actions as well as other stuff including points out of context and outright lies,insert them into the chamber and turn it on high.It seals out reason,fullness and where needed truth

Soon that message appears everywhere. The right gets blamed.Repeat

Aim Right and Aim True is my advice.

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214 Comments

  1. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Koch – just one member of the right wing echo mahine:
    Donations:
    •George Mason University Foundation, Inc.: $25,808,987
    •Cato Institute: $13,349,240
    •Citizens for a Sound Economy/Freedomworks: $12,906,712
    •Mercatus Center: $8,024,000
    •Institute for Humane Studies: $4,668,957
    •The Heritage Foundation: $3,272,000
    •Americans for Prosperity Foundation: $3,176,500
    •Institute for Justice: $2,615,000
    •Reason Foundation: $2,354,212
    •Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies: $2,002,700
    •Bill of Rights Institute: $1,667,000
    •Foundation for Research on Economics and the Environment (FREE) : $1,305,000
    •Pacific Research Institute for Public Policy: $1,160,800
    •Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, Inc.: $1,125,000
    •Washington Legal Foundation: $1,105,000
    •Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, Inc.: $850,000
    •Intercollegiate Studies Institute: $706,250
    •Competitive Enterprise Institute: $666,420
    •Capital Research Center: $605,000
    •National Center for Policy Analysis: $600,000
    •American Enterprise Institute: $500,000
    •Tax Foundation: $475,000
    •American Legislative Exchange Council: $465,000
    •Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research: $300,000
    •Center for Equal Opportunity: $240,000
    •Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty: $297,500
    •Texas Policy Foundation: $296,516
    •Philanthropy Roundtable: $263,700
    •Institute for Energy Research: $237,000
    •Property and Environment Research Center: $219,500

    nothing to see here – move along…

  2. Tex Taylor says:

    Excellent corporate citizen…Koch is. Wish there were 10,000 more of them to offset the George Soros of the world.

    Alfie, we don’t normally disagree, but it is clear to me that the negotiation was “Chicago style”, lacking only the Tommy Gun and fedora hat. If Obama and Pharaoh Rahm have proven anything besides their phenomenal incompetence the last 17 months, it’s that they are South Side thugs. Ask the CEO of Humana, who dared question Bongo Care and was dragged to capital hill for doing so.

    This fact of thuggery isn’t even disputed in Bongo’s home turf – which now has a murder rate higher than Iraq. Stupid SOB can’t even maintain control in his own backyard.

  3. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    Alfie seems to have an obsession to play the middle no matter how much thuggery and evil goes on.

  4. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Do a poll of those who haunt this site Alfie. Few if any other than Chin and myself go outside the right wing media. The rest is “lame stream media”.
    What you achive is mush brains. Two examples just above.

  5. Elric66 says:

    A mush brain is someone who backs this regime after 18 months or even still gives the thug the benefit of the doubt.

  6. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Point made echo echo.
    Waiting for those poll results…

    The ironic part is that most teabaggers and thier ilk have totally different real interests than Koch. He leads them around like sheep.

  7. Elric66 says:

    Which poll result? How al-Thuggy keeps dropping because everything he touches goes to hell. That poll tea baggee?

  8. Alfie says:

    Yeah I don’t know Dog how much I’d shine spotlights on one sides over another…cough cough Soros,Gates cough***
    I wonder if you’d expand on the right wing media and lame stream media and whatever it is you use. I’m kinda lost. You see if you champion msnbc say,you really are only championing an entity that echoes itself as described in the post.

  9. Alfie says:

    Tex no worries regards agreeing or disagreeing. I respect you have an opinion and thank you for taking the time to share it,seriously. As much as I stand where I do regards Obamas extent of thuggery please know we do agree on the level to which he has proven indecisive and un-Presidential.

  10. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Do a poll on what the primary news and opinion sources are for these folks. They never get out of the echo chamber – just watch.

    Serious ODS here. “Obama Derangement Syndrome”

    A smart/black/progressive POTUS. Just blows those redneck illusions of innate superiority right out.

  11. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    And out comes the racism card.

  12. Alfie says:

    Well I let it stand that you threw a gauntlet down,whether anyone cares to answer is up to them as I am a freedom kind of person.
    For me? Some of my news and opinion choices are visible in the sidebar. I also use the CIA,various govt. agencies releases and for aggregate types I use Daily Caller,Yahoo and the Big Project UK.
    Regards the repeated echo thing,curious if you deny such things exist on your side?

  13. Alfie says:

    ODS does exist though just as BDS was a reality. The thing is though there are a ton of reasons to dislike,disapprove etc. within the Obama Administration that has nothing to do with race. I wonder what that malady could be called? ODSDS?

  14. Elric66 says:

    Hey yellowdog, hate to break it to you but your POS “president” isnt black but nice that you went to the race card like the loser that you are.

  15. Elric66 says:

    Ohh and Mr 57 states isnt all that bright either. You got the “progressive” label right.

  16. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I get TV news from Fox News. I don’t watch their commentary or prime time programing. I get Internet news and opinion from right and left oriented sites. And I get a fair amount of left-leaning commentary and information being a university student studying the social sciences (although, I have to admit most of my professors are fair in keeping their personal opinions out of the lessons).

    So of course some will focus on my Fox News viewership, but it is fair to say I get a variety of perspectives from which to draw conclusions and opinions.

  17. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    And I am also aware that news agencies have a proft-driven agenda and should not be placed on a pedestal, as I have made mention of in the past.

  18. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Regards the repeated echo thing,curious if you deny such things exist on your side?”

    It will be interesting to see how he answers this, as well as his own poll question.

    That is, if he answers….

  19. Tex Taylor says:

    Ah guys, don’t get too bent about Dawg. Dawg gives dogs intelligence a bad name. I can assure you my mutt is far smarter than this blowhard.

    Watch this. I’ll show you what a liar our supposed PHD – Professor Chemistry. I found that schmuck was some bottle filler in a plant posing as intellect.

    Dawg, when you going to help me with my pH problem to shut my “slimy creationist mouth”? Should be a piece of cake for a physicist like you. 😉

    That should hold him off for about another four hours.

  20. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Bigots really really hate it when they are called out – see above.

    There is NO NEWS on Faux. All editorial…including in the “News” programs.

    It is a well documented fact that right wingers use a very narrow group of news sources – mostly Fuax – and that progressives scan much more widely. Faux has IDed a niche and has it all. Those viewership polls reflect this concentration. The right watches faux. Progressives surf around and use some judgment about what they see and believe.

  21. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Hell, I wouldn’t mind if he even answered his own questions. He wants to know where everyone gets their news and doesn’t bother to mention his own sources of information.

  22. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    As I was saying….

    You are aware that TV is but 1 of many forms of media, aren’t you?

    Now how about you let us scrutinize your sources of information?

  23. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Bigots really really hate it when they are called out – see above.”

    The desperation is shining through. He makes an accusation of which there is no defense, because one cannot prove a negative.

    Is this what passes for debate in your circle, yellowdog? Other than talking bad about Obama, can you point to any other displays of racism by people on this board? Please be specific.

  24. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “It is a well documented fact that right wingers use a very narrow group of news sources – mostly Fuax – and that progressives scan much more widely. ”

    Please give us a link to this well documented fact.

  25. Alfie says:

    Right versus
    Left from sourcewatch

  26. Tex Taylor says:

    Progressives surf around and use some judgment about what they see and believe. and gather talking points from PuffHO and MSNBC to cut and paste.

  27. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Since Yellowdog’s race card seems to be distracting him, let’s help him get back into the conversation.

    Pending questions…

    1) “Regards the repeated echo thing,curious if you deny such things exist on your side?”

    2) Where do you get your news and commentary?

    3) Got a link to that well documented fact you mentioned?

  28. Tex Taylor says:

    Anyone ever heard of Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr., M.D.? He wrote a book, complete with analytical study a few years back that determined that modern day liberalism is actually a mental disorder. I think men like Yellow Poodle are case studies (and no, I am not kidding). Here’s an excerpt from Dr. Rossiter’s excellent work:

    On the Madness of Modern Liberalism:
    The egalitarianism and welfarism of modern liberal government are incompatible with the facts of human nature and the human condition. But the rise to power of the liberal agenda has resulted from the fact that the people of western societies have irrationally demanded that governments take care of them and manage their lives instead of protecting their property rights. This misconception results in massive violations of those rights while permitting government officials to act out their own and their constituents’ psychopathology. The liberal agenda gratifies various types of pathological dependency; augments primitive feelings of envy and inferiority; reinforces paranoid perceptions of victimization; implements manic delusions of grandeur; exploits government authority for power, domination and revenge; and satisfies infantile claims to entitlement, indulgence and compensation.

    Modern liberalism rejects, to one degree or another, the competence and sovereignty of the common man and subordinates him to the will of governments run by liberal elites. The western world’s twentieth century capitulation to this philosophy is obvious–and the implications for liberty are ominous. But the history of the world also documents the heroic struggles of human beings to escape from tyrannies of all types, whether imposed by the brute force and declared entitlement of a dictator, or falsely justified by economic, religious or political sophistries. The science fiction of Marxian economic evolution, the grandiose fantasy of a New World Order, the utopian dreams of The Great Society, the myth of the divine emperor, have all had their turns on center stage in irrational man’s attempts to legitimize government control and deny individual liberty. The realities of the human condition, especially the inherent sovereignty of individuals and their inevitable differences in choice and preference, render all collectivist doctrines absurd. A rational biologist will not transport a mountain goat to a prairie and declare a match between organism and environment. A rational social policy theorist will not create an environment of rules for human action that dismisses individual differences, ignores the critical roles of free choice, morality and cooperation, and otherwise distorts and violates the nature of man, and then announce that utopia has arrived in a workers’ paradise.

    Like all other human beings, the modern liberal reveals his true character, including his madness, in what he values and devalues, in what he articulates with passion. Of special interest, however, are the many values about which the modern liberal mind is not passionate: his agenda does not insist that the individual is the ultimate economic, social and political unit; it does not idealize individual liberty and the structure of law and order essential to it; it does not defend the basic rights of property and contract; it does not aspire to ideals of authentic autonomy and mutuality; it does not preach an ethic of self-reliance and self-determination; it does not praise courage, forbearance or resilience; it does not celebrate the ethics of consent or the blessings of voluntary cooperation. It does not advocate moral rectitude or understand the critical role of morality in human relating. The liberal agenda does not comprehend an identity of competence, appreciate its importance, or analyze the developmental conditions and social institutions that promote its achievement. The liberal agenda does not understand or recognize personal sovereignty or impose strict limits on coercion by the state. It does not celebrate the genuine altruism of private charity. It does not learn history’s lessons on the evils of collectivism.

    What the liberal mind is passionate about is a world filled with pity, sorrow, neediness, misfortune, poverty, suspicion, mistrust, anger, exploitation, discrimination, victimization, alienation and injustice. Those who occupy this world are “workers,” “minorities,” “the little guy,” “women,” and the “unemployed.” They are poor, weak, sick, wronged, cheated, oppressed, disenfranchised, exploited and victimized. They bear no responsibility for their problems. None of their agonies are attributable to faults or failings of their own: not to poor choices, bad habits, faulty judgment, wishful thinking, lack of ambition, low frustration tolerance, mental illness or defects in character. None of the victims’ plight is caused by failure to plan for the future or learn from experience. Instead, the “root causes” of all this pain lie in faulty social conditions: poverty, disease, war, ignorance, unemployment, racial prejudice, ethnic and gender discrimination, modern technology, capitalism, globalization and imperialism. In the radical liberal mind, this suffering is inflicted on the innocent by various predators and persecutors: “Big Business,” “Big Corporations,” “greedy capitalists,” U.S. Imperialists,” “the oppressors,” “the rich,” “the wealthy,” “the powerful” and “the selfish.”

    The liberal cure for this endless malaise is a very large authoritarian government that regulates and manages society through a cradle to grave agenda of redistributive caretaking. It is a government everywhere doing everything for everyone. The liberal motto is “In Government We Trust.” To rescue the people from their troubled lives, the agenda recommends denial of personal responsibility, encourages self-pity and other-pity, fosters government dependency, promotes sexual indulgence, rationalizes violence, excuses financial obligation, justifies theft, ignores rudeness, prescribes complaining and blaming, denigrates marriage and the family, legalizes all abortion, defies religious and social tradition, declares inequality unjust, and rebels against the duties of citizenship. Through multiple entitlements to unearned goods, services and social status, the liberal politician promises to ensure everyone’s material welfare, provide for everyone’s healthcare, protect everyone’s self-esteem, correct everyone’s social and political disadvantage, educate every citizen, and eliminate all class distinctions. With liberal intellectuals sharing the glory, the liberal politician is the hero in this melodrama. He takes credit for providing his constituents with whatever they want or need even though he has not produced by his own effort any of the goods, services or status transferred to them but has instead taken them from others by force.

    Radical liberalism thus assaults the foundations of civilized freedom, and for that reason it is a genuine evil. Further, given its irrational goals, coercive methods and historical failures, and given its perverse effects on human development, there can be no question of the radical agenda’s madness. Only an irrational agenda would advocate a systematic destruction of the foundations on which ordered liberty depends.

  29. bvilleyellowdog says:

    http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2010/04/have-conservatives-gone-mad/39417/

    “Serious thinkers on the right have finally gotten around to a full and open debate on the epistemic closure problem that’s plaguing the conservative movement. The issue, to put it in terms that even I can understand, because I didn’t study philosophy much in college: has the conservative base gone mad?

    This matters to journalists, because I really do want to take Republicans seriously. Mainstream conservative voices are embracing theories that are, to use Julian Sanchez’s phrase, “untethered” to the real world.

    Can anyone deny that the most trenchant and effective criticism of President Obama today comes not from the right but from the left? Rachel Maddow’s grilling of administration economic officials. Keith Olbermann’s hectoring of Democratic leaders on the public option. Glenn Greenwald’s criticisms of Elena Kagan. Ezra Klein and Jonathan Cohn’s keepin’-them-honest perspectives on health care. The civil libertarian left on detainees and Gitmo. The Huffington Post on derivatives.

    I want to find Republicans to take seriously, but it is hard. Not because they don’t exist — serious Republicans — but because, as Sanchez and others seem to recognize, they are marginalized, even self-marginalizing, and the base itself seems to have developed a notion that bromides are equivalent to policy-thinking, and that therapy is a substitute for thinking.

    It is absolutely a condition of the age of the triumph of conservative personality politics, where entertainers shouting slogans are taken seriously as political actors, and where the incentive structures exist to stomp on dissent and nuance, causing experimental voices to retrench and allowing a lot of people to pretend that the world around them is not changing. The obsession with ACORN, Climategate, death panels, the militarization of rhetoric, Saul Alinsky, Chicago-style politics, that TAXPAYERS will fund the bailout of banks — these aren’t meaningful or interesting or even relevant things to focus on. (The banks will fund their own bailouts.)

    Conor Friedersdorf thinks the problem lies with the conservative movement’s major spokespeople — its radio/net news nexus — and the “overwhelming evidence that their very existence as popular entertainers hinges on an ability to persuade listeners that they are “‘worth taking seriously as political and intellectual actors.'” That is why the constant failures of these men to live up to their billing is so offensive, destructive, and ruinous to conservatives. There are plenty of women, too, is all I’ll say.

    I think this sensibility is pervasive throughout the smart media — old and new. I think it’s one reason why, say, Jake Tapper and other good reporters are very keen about direct fact-challenging — why the media is reasserting itself as gatekeepers. (CNN might want to think about branding themselves here, even at the risk — well, the reality — of calling out Republicans more.) I think it’s because there’s so much misinformation out there — most of it spread by the conservative echo-chamber. With the advent of Fox News and the power of that echo-chamber, complaints about liberal media bias are quite irrelevant — the reaction to it being like lupus’s reaction to the body, as Jon Stewart correctly noted.”

  30. Alfie says:

    Dog,I don’t know if I should delete this or thank you for proving one of my points. I take the latter. Thank you. Puzzled?

  31. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Proves your point that regressives are in a rut…unless you did not read it.
    The ones who have been pushing this the most is actually conservatives like Sullivan and Frum.

  32. Alfie says:

    See I was thinking that a leftist publication putting forth out of context and unsubstantiated points illustrated that the Left has an echo chamber.
    Can anyone deny that the most trenchant and effective criticism of President Obama today comes not from the right but from the left? Rachel Maddow’s grilling of administration economic officials. Keith Olbermann’s hectoring of Democratic leaders on the public option. Glenn Greenwald’s criticisms of Elena Kagan. Ezra Klein and Jonathan Cohn’s keepin’-them-honest perspectives on health care. The civil libertarian left on detainees and Gitmo. The Huffington Post on derivatives. emphasis Alfie Yeah I think it can be denied voiceferously.
    Has Obama ever been Olbies “worst person of the week”?
    I have to clean my keyboard now since I vomited on it while reading Conor Friedersdorf’s “letter to Jonah Goldberg.
    Leftist opinion is no better than rightist opinion dog. It isn’t journalism or even honest intellectual thought.

  33. bvilleyellowdog says:

    As I said he was quoting conservatives. There is a massive amount out there on it.
    If you missed thier discussion you are not even in the conservative loop.
    And if you think progressives are not on Obama’s case you missed that too.
    He should have stuck it to the right far harder than he has…since they are only there to obstruct.

  34. Tex Taylor says:

    David Frum, David Brooks, Kathleen Parker, and Andrew Sullivan Conservatives? Can you imagine how stupid you have to be to call Andrew Sullivan a Conservative? Buwahahahahaha. And Ben Nelson is a hard core liberal. What a moron!!!!

    The inane like Yellow Dog the bottle filler turned PHD don’t realize these idiots are persona non grata anymore? Wolf in sheep’s clothing.

    The clown he chose to quote is chief political consultant to CBS News – the network of Mary Mapes and Dan Rather. And this is who the idiot thinks represents the ass kicking come November?

    😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

  35. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Yellowdog, where do you get your news and commentary from?

  36. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Oh, and I’d still like a link to that well documented fact you mentioned. Show us some well documented, verifiable proof that “right wingers use a very narrow group of news sources – mostly Fuax – and that progressives scan much more widely.”

  37. Alfie says:

    bville I must be missing something.
    The Atlantic piece,well its the Atlantic and it has zero quotes.
    Julian Sanchez…not a conservative,quotes Jon Chait who is with TNR.
    Where in what you present is anything substantive?
    I’ll say it again:Leftist opinion is no better than rightist opinion dog. It isn’t journalism or even honest intellectual thought.
    Nothing but echoes of talking points from the Left and some crickets regards earlier questions of a quid pro quo variety.

  38. Alfie says:

    Huck my quick research shows a FAIR piece he might salivate Pavlovian style to use and I’ve got the counter for it.

  39. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    The guy crying about an echo chamber copies and pastes commentary that includes the phrase “echo-chamber”

  40. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Yes just keep moving right and making that tent smaller and smaller. Club of Growth has been nominating “purists” for years – now the teabaggers aka the “something for nothing crowd” are as well. Either they win the primary and get hammered in the general (think Angle – Reid thanks you teabaggers) or they lose but the semi-rational candidate is out of money and energy and they lose. Love it. Meanwhile the loonies make great theatre.

  41. Alfie says:

    Yes just keep moving right and making that tent smaller and smaller.
    What elections do you base that on? Brown in MA? Haley and Scott in SC? As for Reid Angle even TPM has her ahead.I think Romney has won all the spring straw polls too.

  42. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I guess yellowdog isn’t up to answering questions he asks of others, or for supporting his claims of fact.

    Wish I could say I expected more. But I got exactly what I expected—nothing.

    If this were his blog, he’d have long since labelled himself a troll.

  43. Alfie says:

    It was sadly a case of low voter turnout but still a win is a win. Lee wins in Utah. Nice credentials.

  44. Elric66 says:

    “And Ben Nelson is a hard core liberal.”

    No he isnt. He has to be bribed to vote for socialized medicine.

  45. hippieprof says:

    No he isnt. He has to be bribed to vote for socialized medicine.

    Yeah – right. He killed the public option, remember? That was the only part of HCR that could even remotely be called “socialized.”

  46. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Notice how the “repeal the bill” folks have shut up? The public loves HCR. Now to expand it.
    Public option is essential and far from off the table.

  47. Elric66 says:

    “That was the only part of HCR that could even remotely be called “socialized.”

    The government compelling a private citizen to buy something is socialized. And we know the public option isnt dead. People will be dumped into the government option one way or another.

    “Notice how the “repeal the bill” folks have shut up?”

    Really teabagge? They just had a vote on the floor to repeal it. God you are stupid.

  48. Elric66 says:

    So my question to the drones and the RINO’s. Is al-Thuggy utterly incompetent or is he destroying the nation on purpose?

    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/06/23/feds-halt-berm-building-dredging-by-louisiana/

  49. Tex Taylor says:

    I see Alice fell down the rabbit hole again. The public loves HCR.

    😆

    Graychin must have hid out and sent his lackey. Tired of getting his old ass humiliated.

  50. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    These drones are masochist by nature. Look at how they keep begging for the government to abuse them more and more.

  51. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “The public loves HCR. ”

    I guess at this point I am pretty much wasting my time asking you to substantiate this, aren’t I?

  52. Elric66 says:

    Hmmmm I remember a marxist regime that did this sort of thing…..

    http://weaselzippers.us/2010/06/23/moveon-scrubs-general-betray-us-page-from-website/#comment-196191

    Bet this will go straight to moderation since Alfie seems not to care about WZ. But then he doesnt care about marxists in the government either…

  53. Tex Taylor says:

    I guarantee you gang. If you want to know what is wrong with men like Graychin and Yellow Poodle, this book is a must.

    Hippie is enmeshed in academia – his mindset understandable. Rutherford is black and to be expected from childhood. I get those two.

    But it took this book to open my eyes of how sick most of these bastards from the Left really are:

    http://superstore.wnd.com/store/item.asp?DEPARTMENT_ID=6&SUBDEPARTMENT_ID=20&ITEM_ID=2285

  54. PanAm says:

    “Inanities and Insanities” — good points.

  55. bvilleyellowdog says:

    HCR – every single age group supports HCR except for 65+. Imagine that. They already have government paid health care and were lied to by the GOP fear mongers about the affect of HCR on their benefits.
    Source. Gallup.

  56. Elric66 says:

    “I fail to see where it was unconstitutional”

    You fail to point out how it is. But then you for some reason like to give this marxist thug the benefit of the doubt.

  57. bvilleyellowdog says:

    It’s pathetic really. By thier actions regressives demonstrate that they think that health care should only be for the rich. I wager few here pay for it themselves or know its real cost.

  58. Elric66 says:

    Obama administration eyeing price controls in health insurance

    With one part of Obamanomics taking us back to 1963, why not have another take us back to 1971? That was the year that Richard Nixon promised to control inflation and return stability to the American economy by imposing price controls, a decision that backfired and helped lead to artificial shortages and a decade of stagflation. Almost 40 years later, Barack Obama offers his version of Nixonian economics, this time on health insurance:

    http://hotair.com/archives/2010/06/23/obama-administration-eyeing-price-controls-in-health-insurance/

    Bite it yellowdog

  59. Elric66 says:

    Take a real friggin moron to want the same government “handling” the oil spill to handle their health care. Who is the real regressive?

  60. bvilleyellowdog says:

    There are government price controls on all sorts of things. Are electric or gas costs more important than the price of health? No.
    Give the record of theft in the insurance industry – price controls are justified. If they hike rates idiotically like they did earlier this year the controls will happen.

  61. Elric66 says:

    Yes we know yellowdog, you are a mindless drone that wants the government to control everything because the government knows best. Doing an awesome job in the Gulf huh? Friggin moron.

  62. Tex Taylor says:

    On the Seduction of the Liberal Agenda:
    The liberal agenda’s favors seduce the people a little at a time, always playing on their regressive longings to be indulged. Favor by favor, accompanied by the constant drumbeat of entitlement propaganda, the otherwise intelligent citizen is led to an increasingly erroneous conception of the proper role of government in a free society. Like a child molester, the liberal politician grooms his constituents until their natural cautions against yielding power in exchange for favors dissolves in reassurance.

    Under the creed of modern liberalism the individual citizen is not called to maturity but is instead invited to begin a second childhood. Like the child at play, he is given, or at least promised, ultimate economic, social and political security without having to assume responsibility for himself. The liberal agenda requires him to remain in an artificial environment–the daycare program of the grandiose state–where he need not become an adult, take responsibility for his own welfare, nor cooperate with others to achieve what the state will give him for nothing. – Lyle H. Rossiter, Jr., M.D.

  63. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Right-wing pop psychology

    This review is from: The Liberal Mind: The Psychological Causes of Political Madness (Perfect Paperback)
    It is pure politics, filled with gross generalizations and empirically unsupported broad assertions. No reputable psychiatrist would consider this trash to be scientific in the least.

    The author should stick to courtroom “expert” testimony. I can’t imagine him in any therapeutic setting. How dare he “diagnose” millions of people as psychologically imbalanced. It reflects badly on his own character. ”

    Reminds me of that “expert” on gays who was traipsing around Europe with a rent-boy.

    What utter drivil.

  64. Tex Taylor says:

    It is pure politics, filled with gross generalizations and empirically unsupported broad assertions. No reputable psychiatrist would consider this trash to be scientific in the least.

    Except several M.D.’s. 🙂 It just kills Libbies when people point out “their” obvious maladies.

    And I assume you can prove “thier” “drivil”. Turn on the spell checker “Dug”.

    Reminds me of that “expert” on gays who was traipsing around Europe with a rent-boy.

    He was and is an expert on gays – he’s a homosexual.

  65. bvilleyellowdog says:

    “He was and is an expert on gays – he’s a homosexual.”

    ….and a liar and hypocrite.

    A whole series of self-serving books out there written by right wing hacks – who cares.

  66. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    Yellowdog is a text book example.

  67. Alfie says:

    Elric you continue to take shots at me,how pathetic.If you are so outraged by my comments leave. You fail to answer questions yet demand answers or worse spout of from the fingertips how those that don’t answer are wrong somehow. Grow up.

  68. Alfie says:

    I think people are taking what they want to hear/see from the Gallup poll. it’s opening PRINCETON, NJ — The healthcare reform legislation Congress passed in late March divided the public then and has not gained significant support in the three months since.
    The plus/minus is unimpressive in my opinion given the fact the thing hasn’t taken off yet. Calls for expansion ie public option is absolutely ludicrous in the current political/economic environment.
    http://www.gallup.com/poll/140981/Verdict-Healthcare-Reform-Bill-Divided.aspx

  69. Alfie says:

    Dog I can’t even believe your HC comments. Do you really think it is just the insurance companies? Do you think price controls would actually be good? Do you think price controls, presumably on insurance companies,somehow will fail to trickle down to providers and therefore onto patients?

  70. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Face it Alfie you have several mindless trolls here. Eric is one 0 there aere others .

  71. Alfie says:

    yellow…not for nothing but if you are so concerned about transcending the tone in the thread perhaps you could quid pro quo the earlier questions.

  72. Alfie says:

    Elric I’ll answer one of your questions free.
    So my question to the drones and the RINO’s. Is al-Thuggy utterly incompetent or is he destroying the nation on purpose?
    First ..screw you on the RINO bit.
    Second… As a true conservative one of the things I have against an obese federal bureaucracy is being demonstrated here. Stop the berm because the sand is being drawn from a sensitive area.mmmm If you don’t build the freaking berm how’s that sensitive area doing?
    This is consistent no matter the Oval occupant though. FEMA during Katrina shipped water to the wrong places for example,and I mean the wrong places,Maine if I remember right.
    I’ve said it elsewhere,Obama is showing a lack of leadership throughout the spill crisis. The failure to streamline the involved bureaucracies is a classic example.

    *** put in bold so it can be seen as an answer***1316EST

  73. Elric66 says:

    So is he utterly incompetent or is it a conscious effort?

  74. Elric66 says:

    And you never did say if it mattered if marxists are in the government. Its either a yes or no. Does it matter to you?

  75. Alfie says:

    You gots to give to get Elric.
    I’ve asked yellowdog to answer and I’ve asked you to answer. I have answered and will refuse to answer further queries until it is shown people are up for dialog. For example graychin and I are not alike or likely to be on one another’s Christmas card list, yet we’ve established a respectable quid pro quo.

  76. Tex Taylor says:

    “He was and is an expert on gays – he’s a homosexual.”

    ….and a liar and hypocrite.

    Correct. A perfect member self-loathing homosexual for your party Dawg. Grab him for the party of the Big Tent.

  77. Tex Taylor says:

    Alfie, if you’re exchanging a quid pro quo with old Gray, you’re a good man. The SOB skips about nine out of ten of my questions, then blathers on about how I’m infatuated with him. 😉

  78. Tex Taylor says:

    Tex,

    Yellowdog is a text book example.

    Elric, Yellow Dog about has me convinced there is something to evolution. His ancestors never diverged, because no human can be that stupid. I think the Yellow is for banana.

  79. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Answer what? if you mean reply to trolls to hang around waiting to make personal attacks – never contributing anything them selves – then I won’t.

    I will answer that Marxist question. I see none so it fails to worry me.
    Limbo and Beck see boogie-men behind every tree – so what.

    On the other hand I was extremely worried about folks who were advocating and execution of torture. Along with massive violations of the Bill of Rights. Wire tapping of citizens, illegal detention and the like for starters.

  80. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Eric is one 0 there aere others .”

    Including yourself, troll.

    Now how about that list where you get your news and commentary? Is there some reason you are afraid to tell us where you get your news? Are you ashamed of something?

    “A whole series of self-serving books out there written by right wing hacks”

    That’s because left wing hacks stick to self-serving movies.

    “And you never did say if it mattered if marxists are in the government. ”

    I did, and you still didn’t answer.

  81. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “Answer what?”

    Your own question.

    Where do you get your news and commentary? You said you wanted a poll taken. 2 people have taken the time to answer, and allowed you to scrutinize their sources of news. You have yet to answer.

    Do you intend to answer the question you expected others to answer? Yes or no?

  82. Alfie says:

    Not my place to judge,embrace etc the history between you two. GC has been fair enough with me.

    While I’m at it I’ll publicize why I don’t delete/ban your comments. First you offer some passion. You add to the intent of the posts often. When you do get heightened shall we say, you give and get so I truly see a level of adult fairness at play. I don’t remember ever seeing you engage or challenge someone on WordPress and harp on it if you were not countered,so I don’t see trolling as I understand it at play.

    I’ve “known” you for some time (chens),you’ve been straight with me even when we disagree ,even took some “e” lumps for me when Kay went ballistic on me for no reason @ chens. Feel free to comment.

  83. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “I wager few here pay for it themselves or know its real cost.”

    You’ve posted here a total of what—4 days? What makes you think you know anything about the people here?

    Do you know how Alfie makes his living? I don’t, and I have been coming here for 2 years or so.
    Do you know how Elric makes his living? I don’t.
    Do you know how I make mine?

    You don’t know shit about the people here, troll. So stop making assumptions as if you do.

  84. Elric66 says:

    “I have answered and will refuse to answer further queries until it is shown people are up for dialog. ”

    No you didnt.

  85. Elric66 says:

    Sure you did. Funny how you keep wasting time saying you did when you could have answered it. You are getting as bad as the drones.

  86. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Best policy is to just ignore trolls who never contribute. Either that to throw in some stink bait and stand back. they slither away evenually when ignored. Think you are being ignored? Do some introspection and consider why.

  87. Elric66 says:

    Damn yellowdog. Just breaks my heart when you ignore me.

  88. Alfie says:

    Elric:
    I clearly stated that the administration showed a lack of leadership. That is an answer. The fact that it doesn’t fit into your peg board of simplicity is your problem.
    How many questions have you been asked without an answer? This one doesn’t count!

  89. Elric66 says:

    “I clearly stated that the administration showed a lack of leadership. That is an answer.”

    Thats not the answer to my question. My question is “does it matter to you if marxists are in the government.”.

  90. Alfie says:

    That’s not the question of yours I chose to answer.I answered:
    So my question to the drones and the RINO’s. Is al-Thuggy utterly incompetent or is he destroying the nation on purpose?

  91. Alfie says:

    Answer one of the questions put to you and I’ll give you another cookie.

  92. El Tigre says:

    You guys are making my day. Really.

  93. Elric66 says:

    “That’s not the question of yours I chose to answer.”

    Gee I wonder why.

    Glad to see you pass off his destructive behavior a vague “lack of leadership”. Way to go.

  94. Elric66 says:

    “Answer one of the questions put to you and I’ll give you another cookie.”

    I’ll pass on your bland cookies that have dont have any substance. 🙂

  95. Alfie says:

    Too funny Elric. Kleenex are available at the door.

  96. Elric66 says:

    Im a funny guy, what can I say?

  97. Tex Taylor says:

    Dawg told me he has a PHD in physical chemistry, physics, or something to that regard. 😆

  98. Alfie says:

    I don’t know,what can you say,you just asked another freaking question though.
    I think Huck and I are waiting in vain for yellowdogs answers too.

  99. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    Perhaps he thinks working in a meth lab makes him a chemist.

  100. Tex Taylor says:

    Perhaps he thinks working in a meth lab makes him a chemist.

    😆 Impossible. He wouldn’t be commenting now.

    Dawg would burn his house down before he got the recipe right and isn’t smart enough to handle a fire extinguisher.

  101. hippieprof says:

    Dawg would burn his house down before he got the recipe right and isn’t smart enough to handle a fire extinguisher.

    Probably a rental house too…. but wait…. that could only happen if he was black, right, Tex?

    (Elric, who has no idea of the context of the comment above, will now almost certainly accuse me of playing the race card)

  102. Elric66 says:

    Of course you would play the race card. Thats what you drones love to do.

  103. Elric66 says:

    So where is the insanity of the “Disclosure” act? al-Thuggy praised it like a good marxist would. Ohh wait, it was just “poor leadership”, nothing more nefarious than that. Right Alfie?

  104. Tex Taylor says:

    Elric,

    Hippie is a fat red diaper baby masquerading as objective and skilled academician. There isn’t black man in his life, but if he talks about it enough, that makes his pious. Dreams of the rock and roll band have passed him bye and he never left the college scene. Kind of Bill Ayers, Ward Churchill blend, spending his free afternoons shooting the bull with the dopers as they contemplate Freud and Dante’s Inferno. Told me he was a Republican until recently. 😆 He hinted he wants to whip my ass, given the chance. 😈

    I kind of picture Professor Dave Jennings from Animal House played by Donald Sutherland. Problem is, he gets to a board like this and we’ve all met his type – not smart enough to cut in the real world, so he teaches “psychology” with the rest of herd of pop psychologists at bohunk U. Phony race baiter is the name, and rank propaganda is his game on the blogs. He’s harmless.

    I looked up his teaching record. Kids take him for the easy ‘A’. Probably incredibly immature, feeling comfortable with the 18 year olds – a social misfit with the adults. Who knows – he might be noodling some of them for a grade.

  105. hippieprof says:

    Of course Tex, people call me doctor. That won’t ever happen to you.

    My take on Tex? Essentially a failure at life who can only feel good about himself if he can tear down those around him. In fact, he is one of the most insecure people I have ever “met.”

    Tex, I have made a difference people’s lives, and nothing you say changes that. I will die knowing that I have made a difference.

    I suspect, failure that you are, that you have not. You will die knowing that. What a sad way to go out.

  106. Elric66 says:

    “Tex, I have made a difference people’s lives, and nothing you say changes that. I will die knowing that I have made a difference.”

    And you will be judged for it. God have mercy on your soul.

  107. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    Kinda like Micheal Moore living in an all white neighborhood. 🙂

  108. Alfie says:

    There is inanity in not taking the long view my friends.
    Actually there is no insanity in the DISCLOSE ACT and I don’t see a lot of Obamas hand in it either. As passed by the House it does give the unions an unfair advantage and that is unfortunate. It does however give the NRA a pass and I think a number of Tea Party inspired entities will fly under the radar. I like that Soros and Co. have to put up when they put up their $$$ though.
    As for the long view this was a victory in the House only. The vote was 219-206. Of interest to long view big picture types there is also this: Looks like 25 (D)’s voted no. 2 (R)’s voted yes. 1 (D) didn’t vote either way and a half dozen (R)’s didn’t cast a vote.
    Even if this passes the Senate and or Reconciliation the SCOTUS will ultimately swat it down.
    BIG picture.
    Also for all the (D)’s and (P)’s that dig the opaque bill wrangling process,1 hour debate and all that. The time WILL come when the (R)’s are holding the gavel again…. BIG picture,long view.

  109. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Against the Disclose Act? Didn’t the GOP say they were all for openness? Guess I got that wrong. It’s only when it’s convenient I guess. Exposing corporate shilling would not be convenient.

  110. bvilleyellowdog says:

    I did answer the Marx question – you failed to read it.

  111. Alfie says:

    No answer to media/news sources dog and the echoes of your side existing or not. The Dems also stated they are a) about democracy and b) about transparency. SCOTUS will win.

  112. Tex Taylor says:

    Of course Tex, people call me doctor. That won’t ever happen to you.

    ** GUFFAW ** Hell Yeah, that’s life highest calling Dr. Dave! Damn, I’m jealous and devastated! I humbly bow in your PHD presence. Kind of like Dawg’s PHD. Did you get a double PHD in music appreciation too? Have another toke. You think you’re trying to impress some 20 something year old here sport? Damn man. Sensible people leave campus shaking their heads at your type and praying they do better.

    My take on Tex? Essentially a failure at life who can only feel good about himself if he can tear down those around him. In fact, he is one of the most insecure people I have ever “met.”

    Maybe a failure – don’t know. But somehow the failure married 23 years to perhaps the best woman this side of Mary. If I didn’t think you a potential pervert and possible neighborhood rapist (you’ve got the look), I’d show you a picture of three drop gorgeous women, one wife, two daughters, who disagree with your assessment. But why? I don’t give a shit what some fat, ugly, bearded toad teaching pop culture at Bohunk U. thinks. Hell, I want you to hate my guts. You are the enemy and will be treated as such. Post that on your feckless blog with my name next to it.

    Tex, I have made a difference people’s lives, and nothing you say changes that. I will die knowing that I have made a difference.

    This was my favorite line in the whole spiel. Yes Plato, I’m absolutely sure your teaching is mind numbing to the infinite degree and you have had a profound influence on younger lives – leading them into a career of waiting tables and serving drinks.

    Che had a profound influence too.

    Listen Jerry Garcia, you walk in here and insult me with some tacit hint at being racist, and then what? Expect me read it and cry? Take it? Try to reason with some propagandist and thug? Apologize? Kiss your fat, woolly ass?

    Hippie: Don’t write this down, but I find Milton probably as boring as you find Milton. Mrs. Milton found him boring too. He’s a little bit long-winded, he doesn’t translate very well into our generation, and his jokes are terrible.
    [Bell rings, students rise to leave]

    Hippie: But that doesn’t relieve you of your responsibility for this material. Now I’m waiting for reports from some of you… Listen, I’m not joking. This is my job!

  113. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I guess answering your own questions is inconvenient, too. Or have Alfie and I just not contributed enough?

  114. bvilleyellowdog says:

    The best solution is total public politcal campaign funding – period. No other sources allowed.

    Although sometimes the way GOPers try to buy elections is pretty funny. How much did Romney dump on his pathetic loss. Ms HP is up to $40 million or so. Nearly killed HP.

  115. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Media sources – my problem is that I probably view 100. Just from the right I get daily mails from Moony Times, Daily Caller, NY Post and probably a few more I am forgetting.

    I seldom watch TV “news”. The last time I watched Faux was the ORally interview of Obama. It was pathetic journalism. You don’t interview by constant interrupting. You let them speak. What a jerk. Well I did see a replay of his take down of Bachman. Is he going soft?

    And then this:
    http://thinkprogress.org/2010/06/24/murdoch-immigration-reform/

    Murdoch is shifting liberal…

  116. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    He’s not going to answer, Alfie. You’re a troll to be ignored.

    On your own blog….

  117. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    Since he won’t answer, I guess we will let his links speak for him.

    So far we have ThinkProgress and The Atlantic.

  118. hippieprof says:

    Alfie,

    I have an apology to make to you and to most of the people on this blog.

    Ad Hominem is really not my style, and I do try to remain civil. In my ongoing fight with Tex, I have let my emotions get the better of me and have allowed myself to descend to the level of personal insult. It is not the right way to discuss important issues.

    For the last several weeks, for reasons I don’t quite comprehend, Tex has taken to attacking my professional integrity both here and on other blogs. For the most part I can ignore it, but earlier this evening he accused me of screwing my students for a grade. That is a very very serious charge, and the accusation crosses the line. Still, I reacted inappropriately by throwing personal insults. The better reaction would have been to inform him that he had crossed a line, and then ignore him in the future. That is what I will try to do from here on out.

    Again, my sincere apologies. You have a good blog here, and you deserve better.

    — hippieprof

  119. Elric66 says:

    Why am I not shocked the RINO host supports it and gave al-Thuggy yet another pass.

  120. Elric66 says:

    “Even if this passes the Senate and or Reconciliation the SCOTUS will ultimately swat it down.”

    Wow, I cant wait for years down the road when they swat it down if the court isnt stacked with 5 leftists. Yeah, big picture Alfie.

  121. Elric66 says:

    al-Thuggy “I’ll have flies with that shake…….Mmmm….”

    http://www.moonbattery.com/archives/2010/06/a-little-snack.html

  122. Elric66 says:

    Just “poor leadership” Alfie or something more nefarious? The POS wont secure our borders, sue a state that does and goes after someone who actually stood up to his jihadist friends. Pick a side Alfie, take a stand against tyranny.

    http://weeklystandard.com/blogs/lamborn-leads-effort-grant-hero-political-asylum

  123. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Yes hippie I can count at least 4 trolls on this site – they are all on ignore. They get nothing or stink bait from me.

  124. Elric66 says:

    Hey at least you have the “moderate” to entertain you tea baggee.

  125. Tex Taylor says:

    Hippie, you pathetic POS and worm.

    You hinted that I was a racist and want to minimize that charge, yet have the unmitigated gall to play victim now? Hey Professor Jerry Garcia – why doesn’t the illustrious big winner at life reread the sequence of events, and visit your own sins before you play your sanctimonious violin.

    Phony propagandist…

  126. Tex Taylor says:

    What’s comical to me is Dawg strolling over to a man’s blog and accusing him of being a troll to be put ignore. 😆

    Did I tell you he was deluded? 😆

  127. Elric66 says:

    “Why does the Humane Society of America get to speak freely, but not the National Farm Bureau? Why does AARP get protected under this bill, but if you belong to 60 Plus – no, no, you’ve got to comply with all this,” he said.

    Yes why is that drones and RINO’s? Sounds dare I say……..marxist? ….fascist? What would you call it? “poor leadership”? LOL

  128. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    I still prefer Professor Bong. 🙂 Yeah, they are all deluded. One threatened to report me to the Secret Service. LOL

  129. Tex Taylor says:

    Yeah, Hippie tries that stale same old, same old crap of laying “racist” on me at his own blog of leftist propaganda, replete with stereotypical redneck whitey story who doesn’t like Bongo or black men, because “hey, all Conservatives are racist”, and I’ve had about enough of these turds and their baseless accusations. Hell, one of my frickin neighbors is black and I was out mowing her lawn this week in 100 degree heat earlier this week because her husband dropped dead a few years back and she was struggling. That makes me a hooded Klan member, don’t you know?

    I damn sure will make it personal now. I’ll give these SOBs a reason to hate me once that kind of shit starts flying. Fuck ‘um.

  130. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    Its all they know. They dont have the intellect for any kind of real debate. Why do you think these demomarxists can dupe them so easily? The good news is the black population is starting to wean themselves off the demomarxists. Thats the one good think about al-Thuggy. They got a “black” man in the White House and he doesnt give a crap about them. Maybe we will get lucky and Alan West will run in 2012. He is on my short list and unlike a drone, I like him for his leadership and his deep incite into islam and this war we are in not because of his race.

  131. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “What’s comical to me is Dawg strolling over to a man’s blog and accusing him of being a troll to be put ignore.”

    Hell, he already accused us of being racists because we are too tough on Obama. Labelling us as trolls to be ignored is all he has left.

    You can always go back to your echo-chamber blog if you don’t like the people here, yellowdog.

  132. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Not worth the bother hippie. As expected they cannot handle anything outside the echo chamber. And you have at least one clear mental case – probably three.

    Is it any wonder thier heads explode regarding Obama…?

  133. Elric66 says:

    You can always leave drone. Go to some pro al-Thuggy blog and have yourself a circle jerk.

  134. Tex Taylor says:

    And you have at least one clear mental case – probably three.

    I give five to one odds the man is not in control of his own faculties. Coming to someone’s blog, and then referring to the blog owner as “troll” while continuing to post is the clearest indicator yet that the accuser is not playing with a full deck.

    No wonder he’s a lib. 😆

  135. bvilleyellowdog says:

    “Please don’t interfere with our cozy echo chamber.’

  136. Mike Hunt says:

    Tex,

    Well I cant feel sorry for Alfie. Alfie tries being nice to these dirtbags and they still vilify him.

  137. Elric66 says:

    I see the drone is still talking to himself

  138. Tex Taylor says:

    No doubt Mike. Alfie is a gentleman and a smart guy that deserves better than this imbecile.

  139. Elric66 says:

    Well Tex, maybe someday Alfie will learn that drones see civility as a weakness.

  140. Alfie says:

    “Please don’t interfere with our cozy echo chamber.’
    bvileyellowdog. I don’t understand you one bit at all other than to assume you are guilty of what you accuse others of being and doing.Unlike your cohort GC you bring nothing but talking points. When called on it you babble. You suggest I pursue “editorial control” and insult the intelligence level here yet you really got nothing going for yourself,you especially don’t make an effort to transcend. That makes you pot so say hello to kettle when you get a sec.

  141. Alfie says:

    Yes hippie I can count at least 4 trolls on this site – they are all on ignore. They get nothing or stink bait from me.

    The residents of the threads here are:
    Alfie (owner)
    Elric66
    graychin
    Hippie Professor (HP)
    Hucking Fypocrites (Huck)
    Tex Taylor (Tex)
    and bvilleyellowdog
    mmmmm?????

  142. Elric66 says:

    The owner is a troll? Now Alfie, if you still think you can have an intelligent conversation with drones like him well……

  143. Rutherford says:

    ROTFLMAO!!! This was an entertaining thread. Sorry if I didn’t read every comment but I did enjoy a few choice ones.

    First, Dawg, allow me to introduce myself. I’m Rutherford Lawson, a lonely liberal who until recently got consistently pounded on my own eponymous blog by my conservative buddies Tex, Alfie, Huck, etc (oh yeah and Elric before I banned and then re-instated his sorry ass). Then Tex made the tactical error of inviting Graychin over to my place and with renewed input from HippieProf, things haven’t been the same! Tex, by the way I’ve been meaning to thank you for inviting Gray over to the RL blog …. it’s been a lot more fun since he arrived! 🙂 Not that I don’t love you guys … I really do, but it’s great to see the debate raging without my being the only debater. (Yeah Elric I know I know … I’m the dodger drone who doesn’t debate.)

    A couple of quick points.

    1) BP was not strong armed into the 20B agreement. On the contrary, they got off easy and the British press themselves say that BP voluntarily set up the escrow fund and considered it the much lesser of several potential evils.

    2) Whether Joe Barton really thought he was speaking for himself or not, the day prior to his remarks Republicans (I don’t recall which organization) had already identified the fund as a “slush fund” and Obama’s tactics as a shake down. So this WAS a GOP talking point before Barton went public with his comments.

    3) Dawg …. I need to warn you just in case you’re confused … Elric doesn’t have the slightest understanding of racial politics in the United States of America. I have tried to teach him about the “one drop rule” or more simply that if one parent is black, the kid is black, but poor Elric just doesn’t get it. Of course by now you know that he lives in his own world where Marxists are running the government and black helicopters are going to land on his lawn any minute. 😀 Dawg … swing by my place sometime. I’d love to get your perspective. (I have to warn you though, despite protestations to the contrary from Tex etal, I really am not a knee-jerk liberal. On those rare occasions when I see the Dem’s act like ass-hats, I call them on it.

  144. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “So this WAS a GOP talking point before Barton went public with his comments.”

    Same goes for you, Rutherford. Show us what you are basing this on.

    “Dawg … swing by my place sometime. I’d love to get your perspective. ”

    Clearly you have not read enough of the comments here. If you want his perspective, just read The Atlantic and ThinkProgress.

  145. Elric66 says:

    “I have tried to teach him about the “one drop rule” or more simply that if one parent is black, the kid is black.”

    Sounds racist to me.

  146. Elric66 says:

    “I really am not a knee-jerk liberal. On those rare occasions when I see the Dem’s act like ass-hats, I call them on it.”

    LOL You just proved you are a knee jerk drone just but that statement alone moron.

  147. Elric66 says:

    “Of course by now you know that he lives in his own world where Marxists are running the government and black helicopters are going to land on his lawn any minute.”

    Well you got the marxist part right.

  148. Elric66 says:

    STEYN: Obama zones out
    Search for president’s core uncovers – nothing

    By Mark Steyn

    6:21 p.m., Friday, June 25, 2010

    What do Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal and BP have in common? Aside from the fact that they’re both Democratic Party supporters.

    Or they were. Gen. McChrystal is a liberal who voted for President Obama and banned Fox News from his headquarters TV. That may at least partly explain how he became the first U.S. general to be lost in combat while giving an interview to Rolling Stone. They’ll be studying that one in war colleges around the world for decades. The managers of BP were unable to vote for Mr. Obama, being, as we now know, the most sinister, duplicitous bunch of shifty Brits to pitch up offshore since the War of 1812. But, in their “Beyond Petroleum” marketing and beyond, they signed on to every modish nostrum of the eco-left. Their recently retired chairman, Lord John Browne, was one of the most prominent promoters of “cap-and-trade.” BP was the Democrats’ favorite oil company. It was to Mr. Obama what TotalFinaElf was to Saddam Hussein.

    But what do Gen. McChrystal’s and BP’s defenestrations tell us about the president of the United States? Mr. Obama is a thin-skinned man and, according to Britain’s Daily Telegraph, White House aides indicated that what angered the president most about the Rolling Stone piece was “a McChrystal aide saying that McChrystal had thought that Obama was not engaged when they first met last year.” If finding Mr. Obama “not engaged” is now a firing offense, who among us is safe?

    Only the other day, Sen. George LeMieux of Florida attempted to rouse the president to jump-start America’s overpaid, overmanned and oversleeping federal bureaucracy and get it to do something about the oil debacle. There are 2,000 oil skimmers in the United States; weeks after the spill, only 20 of them are off the coast of Florida. Seventeen friendly nations with great expertise in the field have offered their own skimmers; the Dutch volunteered their “superskimmers.” Mr. Obama turned them all down. Raising the problem, Mr. LeMieux found the president unengaged and uninformed. “He doesn’t seem to know the situation about foreign skimmers and domestic skimmers,” the senator reported.

    He doesn’t seem to know, and he doesn’t seem to care that he doesn’t know, and he doesn’t seem to care that he doesn’t care. “It can seem that at the heart of Barack Obama’s foreign policy is no heart at all,” Richard Cohen wrote in The Washington Post last week. “For instance, it’s not clear that Obama is appalled by China’s appalling human rights record. He seems hardly stirred about continued repression in Russia. … The president seems to stand foursquare for nothing much.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2010/jun/25/obama-zones-out/

    Mark Steyn is one of the best writers around.

  149. Tex Taylor says:

    Rutherford,

    I should leave this on your blog.

    Are you sure you want to drop the Dawg on your prestigious blog? Where I think Hippie and Graychin rank propagandists, puddle shallow, only superficially sophisticated in any degree in any capacity, typical self-, self-important, and self-serving liberalism, I don’t believe them dumb. They do add to the melee and sometimes fun to rock and roll with – not as fun as you were, but no doubt you need them to even the odds.

    Dawg, on the other hand, is so dumb that he has accused Alfie of being a troll on his own blog. Now are you absolutely sure you want that kind of mental “giant” frequenting your own board? I think you would find him an embarrassing representative for your side.

  150. Rutherford says:

    LOL … Tex, for the moment, let’s give you the benefit of the doubt. The worst that can happen is I’ll wind up with a liberal version of Elric. As so many women (or men as the case may be) say in his neck of the woods, “once you’ve had Elric, everyone else pales in comparison”. 😀

  151. Rutherford says:

    Alfie … quick completely off topic comment/question. Have you visited this Political Championship Wrestling site? They often trackback to me and I delete their trackbacks. I’ve been there and honest-to-God I can’t figure out what they are up to. Then again, I’m not a wrestling fan so maybe that’s my problem.

  152. Elric66 says:

    Well you gave al-Thuggy 2 years to wreck the nation so why wouldnt you give a fellow drone the benefit of the doubt.

  153. Elric66 says:

    “I’ve been there and honest-to-God I can’t figure out what they are up to.”

    Well you are rather slow, even for a drone.

  154. Tex Taylor says:

    Rutherford, I know that 99% of the time you are unfounded, unfair, and completely biased, but I will call your bluff. That comment from above is about on par with you accusing Sarah Palin of naming her baby after a genetic defect. (An egregious lie of which you never apologized after being proven wrong, by the way.) Surprise, surprise.

    Can you find one thing for me at your blog that Elric ever said, or used, or demonstrated, that would bear any resemblance to Elric calling you a troll at Rutherford Lawson?

    We get it. You hate Elric – it goes with the territory of a blog. But your comment from above puts you far more on par with the Yellow Poodle than a man of some repute in his own circles.

  155. Elric66 says:

    Tex,

    I called him a drone but only a moron in the infinite degree would refer to the host of a blog as a troll. Thanks for having my back and hopefully the moderation police will come back soon to let this post get through. 🙂

  156. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    I guess Rutherford couldn’t back his shit up, either. Big shocker.

  157. Elric66 says:

    “I guess Rutherford couldn’t back his shit up, either. Big shocker.”

    Well he is a leftist drone after all.

  158. hippieprof says:

    Ted said: Dawg, on the other hand, is so dumb that he has accused Alfie of being a troll on his own blog.

    This has been thrown about a lot lately. With all the comments, it is quite possible I missed it – but where did Dawg actually make this accusation? If he did make it I would agree that it would be absurd – but I don’t remember seeing that accusation actually occur in the first place.

  159. hippieprof says:

    Rutherford asked…. Have you visited this Political Championship Wrestling site? They often trackback to me and I delete their trackbacks. I’ve been there and honest-to-God I can’t figure out what they are up to

    Glad I am not the only one who can’t figure them out – they track back to me as well, and it makes little sense. It doesn’t seem like a traditional spam site – but beyond that I don’t get it.

  160. bvilleyellowdog says:

    Dawg said nothing of the sort. just the usual suspects talking trash.

  161. Tex Taylor says:

    Dawg said nothing of the sort. just the usual suspects talking trash.

    Before I go retrieve your comment about trolls, would you like to remember back to the four trolls you were referring to – or does your memory need a refreshing Dr.?

    If you’ll look up, Mr. Alfie himself got a kick out of it an mentions it in this thread.

    Yes hippie I can count at least 4 trolls on this site – they are all on ignore. They get nothing or stink bait from me.

    The residents of the threads here are:
    Alfie (owner)
    Elric66
    graychin
    Hippie Professor (HP)
    Hucking Fypocrites (Huck)
    Tex Taylor (Tex)
    and bvilleyellowdog

    Now Dawg, unless Graychin and Hippie are trolls or you are identifying yourself as troll, who does that leave? Or is the PH.D. of physical chemist’s math that bad? 😈

  162. bvilleyellowdog says:

    he missed some troll.

  163. Tex Taylor says:

    Alfie listed anybody that’s posted here the last week PHD besides Rutherford. So tell us whether you, Graychin or Hippie is a troll.

    Or I’m calling you a liar and a troll Dawg. I already know you’re a dummy.

  164. Elric66 says:

    Thats telling them Tex.

  165. Elric66 says:

    Ohh and Tex, you can scratch me off the resident list. 🙂

  166. Rutherford says:

    I guess Rutherford couldn’t back his shit up, either. Big shocker.

    Huck, I assume you’re referring to Tex’s “calling my bluff”? In all honesty, I usually respond to comments in subscribed threads as they hit my inbox and I overlooked Tex’s bluff call. So no, it wasn’t a matter of not backing up my sh*t.

    Tex, sorry dude but I wasn’t weighing in on the troll count argument going on here. I was giving a direct answer to your warning that Dog might not be a welcome addition to the RL comments area and I responded (with an irresistible shot at ole Elric) that I didn’t see all that much risk.

    So Huck, if you thought I was ducking whether or not Dog can correctly count trolls, I wasn’t. I actually found that part of the thread slightly juvenile and I ignored it.

    Now if you want me to expound on the bigger issue of Elric’s posts, that’s different. I have noticed (in Elric’s defense) that his comments here are slightly, very slightly better than they were at my place. Everyone here who cares to be honest knows that Elric was good for dropping a link and then basically following up with “yeah what he said”. He’d throw in an al-thuggy for good measure. That was the extent of his original input to the blog. He also commented at a 10 to 1 ratio compared to the rest of you so his quantity greatly outweighed his quality. If any of you (other than Elric) really care to refute this, have at it. You know I’m telling the truth. As I recall, Huck, in a former incarnation very nearly decapitated Elric during one exchange. Otherwise the only other person to call Elric on his commenting proclivities was Dead Rabbit, a man who calls it like he sees it, others opinions be damned.

    Tex, I must correct you. I really don’t hate Elric. It would be foolish for me to hate him since I don’t know him. Heck, I don’t even know what to believe about him since he has written lies about himself on the Internet. After his departure from my blog, he and I had several exchanges on Twitter which stopped once I started to bore him. 😉 Those exchanges were at times quite civil. (I think the 140 character limit of Twitter suits Elric well.)

  167. Rutherford says:

    HP, no I’m pretty sure Political Championship Wrestling is not a spam site. They’ve got something going on that they think is very clever. I honestly don’t get it and again, if I was an avid fan of “professional” wrestling, it might make more sense to me.

    Gawwwd, maybe if Linda McMahon becomes the next GOP candidate for Governor of CT, I’ll have no choice but to bone up on my wrestling knowledge! 😯

  168. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “So this WAS a GOP talking point before Barton went public with his comments.”

    That is what I wanted you to back up.

  169. bvilleyellowdog says:

    So this WAS a GOP talking point before Barton went public with his comments.”

    That is what I wanted you to back up.

    That link has been posted twice. You are not interested in information – just trolling.
    all you do is ask others for information and contribute nothing yourself.
    When that information is published you ignore it and ask again
    Hypocrite – so appropriate a name.

  170. bvilleyellowdog says:

    …and btw the GOP has still not pulled that staement.

  171. Tex Taylor says:

    Tex, I must correct you. I really don’t hate Elric.

    Elric drove you nuts Rutherford, complete with videos, each morning before you hit the keyboard. We get it…

    For someone that doesn’t hate Elric, you sure do make the often attempt to minimize or berate him. Elric has become your male Sarah Palin. Perhaps you really have a man crush on Elric too?

  172. Elric66 says:

    “Elric has become your male Sarah Palin.”

    I’ll take that as a compliment. 🙂

  173. El Tigre says:

    Hey. What about me? Dog called me a troll because I disagreed with him, i.e. Dog’s definition of troll. Now I feel marginalized and discriminated against. wait. That should elevate me among the libs around here. Hmmm.

  174. Tex Taylor says:

    El Tigre…you missed the troll outburst with the rest of us. You’ll complete the Dawg Troll basketball team.

    Welcome on board! 🙂

  175. Elric66 says:

    “El Tigre…you missed the troll outburst with the rest of us. You’ll complete the Dawg Troll basketball team.”

    I’m riding the pine. 🙂

  176. Alfie says:

    I don’t see a link for the Barton/GOP talking point.
    I do see that anything,anyone that questions the dog is a troll.
    Huck leveled a number of questions for sure but in all honesty he also provided answers to the same questions.ie media sources.
    I see that when the left throws an echo into the chamber they don’t like it being questioned. Ironically they love to find refutes for those echo grenades tossed in from the right.

  177. Alfie says:

    Rutherford I don’t give pcw any thought.It seems to me benign semi spam with flirtations of presenting politics and wrestling stuff.

  178. Rutherford says:

    Huck … the link is here:
    http://rsc.tomprice.house.gov/News/DocumentSingle.aspx?DocumentID=191125

    GOP referred to “chicago style shakedown politics” one day prior to Barton’s remarks.

  179. Alfie says:

    Elric if I am the “you” in your Hmmm that treaty you raved about that Dear Leader forged.
    You and others can revisit the Fray Obama Nuke Deal=No Big Dealand see I did not praise it by any means.

  180. Elric66 says:

    “GOP referred to “chicago style shakedown politics”

    Sounds right

  181. Alfie says:

    Elric I think you’d be charged with being a starting guard or forward easy. 🙂

  182. Elric66 says:

    Well now we see it is a big deal if al-Thuggy his sealing transcripts. Who would have guessed that the POS would seal transcripts. He has never done that before.

  183. Elric66 says:

    “Elric I think you’d be charged with being a starting guard or forward easy.”

    I was but coach Troll benched me. 🙂

  184. Rutherford says:

    LOL, after almost three years of blogging I still don’t know all the “lingo” so maybe I don’t know what a troll is. I always thought it was a nuisance who travels from blog to blog dropping basically meaningless comments and being a pest.

    Based on that definition, I must differ with my new friend Dog in that I don’t think anyone here qualifies as a troll. Elric comes close …. but even Elric manages one thought-out comment per 20 or 30 posts. 🙂

    Oh yes …. Tex, someone driving me nuts doesn’t equate to my hating them. Since you made the comparison …. I find Sarah Palin way more of a malignant tumor than I could ever feel about Elric. Elric vacillates wildly from rare cogent thought, to very paranoid to just plain silly. Does this vacillation irritate me? Yeah. Does it inspire hatred? Not in the least. Elric has never raised my blood pressure the way the half-term Governor has.

  185. Rutherford says:

    Well you gave al-Thuggy 2 years to wreck the nation so why wouldnt you give a fellow drone the benefit of the doubt.

    Elric if that was a reference to me …. I was giving Tex the benefit of the doubt. So now Tex is a drone too? ROTFL Please, aim before you fire that gun. I know you admire Dick Cheney but c’mon! 😉

  186. Elric66 says:

    “I find Sarah Palin way more of a malignant tumor than I could ever feel about Elric.”

    My what hatred you have for someone that holds no government authority over you. You act like she burdened your kid with unsustainable debt or something.

  187. Alfie says:

    Thank you Rutherford for playing an honest role in the dialog saga.I’ve been reviewing that myself but felt it was not incumbent upon me to enter it into evidence. I do know there was a lot of chatter earlier on Price but not in this thread.
    FWIW I find it a non game changer since it begs yellowdog to answer a previous query of if he believes the left DOESN’T have talking points.Perhaps he answered and I missed that too.

  188. Rutherford says:

    Well you are rather slow, even for a drone.

    Elric, be the good Christian that you are and educate me. What is going on at PCW? If you understand it so well, explain it.

    Mmmmmm, I hear crickets. 😐

  189. Elric66 says:

    “Please, aim before you fire that gun. I know you admire Dick Cheney but c’mon.”

    At least he took the guy to the hospital. He didnt leave him to die like that drunk POS thats now burning in Hell. Got more drone?

  190. Alfie says:

    I think Elric just laid a golden egg comment with
    My what hatred you have for someone that holds no government authority over you. You act like she burdened your kid with unsustainable debt or something.
    Even if that hits you,you got to give it props.

  191. Elric66 says:

    “Mmmmmm, I hear crickets.”

    Funny, thats what I heard most of the time when I challenged you moron. Just returning the favor jackass. At least you cant ban me here for that. 🙂

  192. Alfie says:

    As good a place as any to say this. I have seen tons of comments regards the Chicago thug thing. I have included a historical image in my side bar that was drawn before Obama was an inkling in his daddies eye. The Chicago mob rule of crime and its interwoven nature in big city (Daley) politics is a fact. Even non anti Obama editorialists and reporters in his home town mention it when discussing the early O years of signature challenges etc.
    Just saying as a history buff/perpetual student thereof I can’t abide by it being erased just because people want to play a race card kind of thing or protect the One™.

  193. Rutherford says:

    Well Alfie, FWIW, the left clearly has talking points. ALL politicians do.

    By the way, that is why Thomas Sowell’s comparison of Obama to Hitler is intellectually vacuous.

    When Adolf Hitler was building up the Nazi movement in the 1920s, leading up to his taking power in the 1930s, he deliberately sought to activate people who did not normally pay much attention to politics.

    ROTFLMAO … that is what ALL politicians do. They’ve already got their base, they don’t stand much chance of converting their “non-base” so they go after the undecided and independent. Sowell’s comment applies just as well to Sarah Palin as it does to Barack Obama. One of the things we hear Palinistas say is “she speaks to me … she understands me. I wasn’t really interested in politics before I saw the issues she raises.”

  194. Elric66 says:

    “Even if that hits you,you got to give it props.”

    Never could understand the PDS. BDS yes I can understand because Bush was President and made decisions that affected their lives. Palin? She holds no influence in any capacity over their lives. Calling her a malignant tumor? For what? What has she done to these drones that could cause them to have such unhinged hatred? But al-Thuggy? Nahhhh….the jerk will give al-Thuggy 2 years as president before alternating his judgment and support.

  195. Alfie says:

    Hitler also believed in having control and limiting the media. Run with that one a little. I do say though that your comment has much merit. Thanks for adding it. Now get back to work,I get the impression you were down for a while there so fly bird fly if you’re on the uptick.

  196. Rutherford says:

    At least he took the guy to the hospital.

    LOL … if I recall, Cheney’s friend actually apologized for being in the way of the bullet! Now if that doesn’t make old Dick Darth Vader’s long lost twin, I don’t know what does.

  197. Elric66 says:

    Hey drone.

    When you start having school kids chanting Sarah Louise Palin Mmmmm Mmmmm Mmmm… then you can worry.

  198. Elric66 says:

    Awwww….look at that. The drone is ignoring that the “Drunk Lion of the Senate” left a woman to die. Still the Dodger I see.

  199. Elric66 says:

    Alfie,

    You know my golden egg comment hit Dodger hard. He had no come back……as always.

  200. Rutherford says:

    Awwww….look at that. The drone is ignoring that the “Drunk Lion of the Senate” left a woman to die. Still the Dodger I see.

    You expected a defense of Chappaquiddick? You obviously skipped your Wheaties this morning.

  201. Elric66 says:

    Still funny comparing an accidental shooting where a life was saved to some drunk letting a woman drown. But you drones have no standards when it comes to your own.

  202. Hucking Fypocrites says:

    “You are not interested in information – just trolling.”

    You don’t have the slightest clue of which you speak. I have been coming here for more than 2 years and regularly put so many links in my comments that they get sent to moderation.

    You might find fault with my way of thinking. But if you accuse me of lacking substance, then you are proving your ignorance of what goes on around here.

    Rutherford, thank you for the link. As it turns out, that link was one of the few yellowdog has bothered to post. I didn’t notice the dates, and they were not pointed out before, so I did not make the connection to it being a previous talking point. (You see, yellowdog. Unlike yourself, I have no problems admitting when I make a mistake.)

    “Elric has never raised my blood pressure the way the half-term Governor has.”

    That’s a fault of yours—not hers. If you let a woman who has no real effect over your life piss you off to that extent, you’re the one with the problem.

    And you are correct about the meaning of “troll.” It seems some people switch off between that and the race card when they lack substance.

    “…it begs yellowdog to answer a previous query of if he believes the left DOESN’T have talking points.”

    He hasn’t gotten to that one yet. Maybe he will take lessons from Rutherford…

    “Well Alfie, FWIW, the left clearly has talking points. ALL politicians do.”

    See how easy it is, dog?

    “LOL … if I recall, Cheney’s friend actually apologized for being in the way of the bullet! Now if that doesn’t make old Dick Darth Vader’s long lost twin, I don’t know what does.”

    Of course, Mary Jo wasn’t able to apologize to Teddy, was she? But that’s cool. Word is that she was so liberal that she’d have said it was all worth it.

  203. Alfie says:

    Huck…Do you have any idea how badly I want to put your last comment in bold?

  204. Tex Taylor says:

    Not in the least. Elric has never raised my blood pressure the way the half-term Governor has.

    You had me fooled. Seemed to me that threats of banishment without allotted time was raising the blood pressure Mr. Cool.

    Just gird your loins and admit you didn’t know how to handle Elric’s laying Bongo’s many egregious sins on your breakfast plate every morning was more than any irreligious lib could bear. We understand and salute you that you allowed him for as long as you did, before Elric finally wore you down.

    It happens with libs. 🙂

  205. Tex Taylor says:

    Damn Huck, I had forgotten that quote about Mary Jo, who is still unavailable for comment.

    Since Graychin got his feathers all ruffled in his sanctimonious way this morning when I begged the narrative of Wizard Byrd, I tried to comfort him by reminding old Mr. Piety that Robert Byrd was perfectly comfortable between two white sheets, it certainly wasn’t the first time, and everything was going to turn out okay.

    I understand they burned crosses candles at Byrd’s vigil.

  206. Elric66 says:

    “Just gird your loins and admit you didn’t know how to handle Elric’s laying Bongo’s many egregious sins on your breakfast plate every morning was more than any irreligious lib could bear.”

    I must admit, it was fun even if the news was very depressing, even more so now.

  207. Rutherford says:

    At least you cant ban me here for that. 🙂

    Well Elric, you do have to give me points for originality. When is the last time you saw someone banned for what they did not say? That’s a curve ball you couldn’t have predicted. 😉

    I’m glad you’ve found a home where you’re embraced.

  208. Rutherford says:

    Word is that she was so liberal that she’d have said it was all worth it.

    Well, I certainly can’t sign up for that one. Forget Mary Jo for a minute …. I doubt that her survivors felt her death was a noble sacrifice to spur the re-birth of Kennedy the great legislator.

  209. Rutherford says:

    Tex, my good man, you play yourself and Rabbit etal real cheap when you say your contributions paled in comparison to Elric’s. I have said before and I’ll say again, I banned Elric in a fit of ego …. nothing partisan about it. That’s one reason why I un-banned him.

  210. Tex Taylor says:

    Rutherford,

    Not even a giggle at my jokes? Tsk, tsk…

    And I did that to to pucker Graychin’s profound, liberal sensitivities, so that can further demonstrate his sanctimony.

    I must say, I’m disappointed and not being called nasty names and condemn to the hereafter for my offensives from Pope Graychin.

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