Even Republicans Think Cheney is a …. Well, You Know

A week or two ago, the daughter who won’t go away, Liz Cheney suggested her Dad a possibility for President in 2012. Well don’t worry too much my friends. A Washington Post poll of almost 500 self-identified Republicans (or Republican-leaning) listed the folks who most represent Republican values. Sarah Palin was at the top of the list (yikes) but Liz’s pop did not make the published list. Liz need not completely despair. Apparently, Daddy did get a vote … yes, one vote.

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It looks like even Republicans think that Cheney is a Dick.

Respectfully,
Rutherford

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52 thoughts on “Even Republicans Think Cheney is a …. Well, You Know

  1. I don’t care, I’m totally on board for the draft Cheney2012 campaign http://www.draftcheney2012.com/ . I’d love to see that. I want every GOPer supporting Cheney or else they’re RINOs.

    I’m sick of Sarah Palin, I’d prefer another GOP loser to run in 2012. Lets hope Cheney runs in 2012 and with republican support.

  2. I wonder how many Americans would think Al Gore or Joe Biden Presidential material? Oh, I’m sure there is million of the Oprah crowd like Rutherford that think they would make swell candidates, but how realistic does anyone think Bulbous or Combover would do in an election.

    And if you had to choose a leader between those three to protect and lead you, which would it be?

    Chose between a hypocritical fraud, a bumbling fool and moron, or a fantastic mind and corporate success – no matter the personality?

    And can anyone say with a straight face that Al Gore isn’t a fat, flaccid penis after the inconvenient truth that anthropogenic climate change the biggest scam since, since, since, since Obama? 😮

  3. Ah Worf has made its nightly dump…it’s been at least three or four days.

    Is it possible to have had multiple abortions in that time?

  4. An article from American Thinker by Geoffrey P. Hunt

    as Rutherford continues to yearn for days gone by of criticism and lefty lies

    Barack Obama is on track to have the most spectacularly failed presidency since Woodrow Wilson. In the modern era, we\’ve seen several failed presidencies–led by Jimmy Carter and LBJ. Failed presidents have one strong common trait– they are repudiated, in the vernacular, spat out. Of course, LBJ wisely took the exit ramp early, avoiding a shove into oncoming traffic by his own party. Richard Nixon indeed
    resigned in disgrace, yet his reputation as a statesman has been partially restored by his triumphant overture to China ..

    Barack Obama is failing. Failing big. Failing fast. And
    failing everywhere: foreign policy, domestic initiatives, and most importantly, in forging connections with the American people. The incomparable Dorothy Rabinowitz in the Wall Street Journal put her finger on it: He is failing because he has no understanding of the American people, and may indeed loathe them. Fred Barnes of the Weekly Standard says he is failing because he has lost control of his message, and is overexposed. Clarice Feldman of American Thinker produced a dispositive commentary showing that Obama is failing because fundamentally he is neither smart nor articulate; his intellectual dishonesty is conspicuous by its audacity and lack of shame.

    But, there is something more seriously wrong: How could a new president riding in on a wave of unprecedented promise and goodwill have forfeited his tenure and become a lame duck in six months? His poll ratings are in free fall. In generic balloting, the Republicans have now seized a five point advantage. This truly is unbelievable. What\’s going on?

    No narrative. Obama doesn\’t have a narrative. No, not a narrative about himself. He has a self-narrative, much of it fabricated, cleverly disguised or written by someone else. But this self-narrative is isolated and doesn\’t connect with us. He doesn\’t have an American narrative that draws upon the rest of us. All successful presidents have a narrative about the American character that intersects with their own where they display a command of history and reveal an authenticity at the core of their personality that resonates in a positive endearing
    way with the majority of Americans. We admire those presidents whose narratives not only touch our own, but who seem stronger, wiser, and smarter than we are. Presidents we admire are aspirational peers, even those whose politics don\’t align exactly with our own: Teddy Roosevelt, FDR, Harry Truman, Ike, and Reagan.

    But not this president. It\’s not so much that he\’s a phony, knows nothing about economics, and is historically illiterate and woefully small minded for the size of the task–all contributory of course. It\’s that he\’s not one of us. And whatever he is, his profile is fuzzy and devoid of content, like a cardboard cutout made from delaminated corrugated paper. Moreover, he doesn\’t command our respect and is unable to appeal to our own common sense. His notions of right and wrong are repugnant and how things work just don\’t add up. They are not existential. His descriptions of the world we live in don\’t make sense and don\’t correspond with our experience.

    In the meantime, while we\’ve been struggling to take a measurement of this man, he\’s dissed just about every one of us–financiers, energy producers, banks, insurance executives, police officers, doctors, nurses, hospital administrators, post office workers, and anybody else
    who has a non-green job. Expect Obama to lament at his last press conference in 2012: \”For those of you I offended, I apologize. For those of you who were not offended, you just didn\’t give me enough time; if only I\’d had a second term, I could have offended you too!\”

    Mercifully, the Founders at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 devised a useful remedy for such a desperate state–staggered terms for both houses of the legislature and the executive. An equally abominable Congress can get voted out next year. With a new Congress, there\’s always hope of legislative gridlock until we vote for president again two short years after that.

    Yes, small presidents do fail, Barack Obama among them. The
    coyotes howl, but the wagon train keeps rolling along.

    😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆 😆

    COULD NOT HAVE SAID IT BETTER MYSELF…

  5. I don’t care, I’m totally on board for the draft Cheney2012 campaign http://www.draftcheney2012.com/ . I’d love to see that. I want every GOPer supporting Cheney or else they’re RINOs.

    Wow. Coming from you, that means, well, nothing actually. Might have something to do with the fact that as a conservative, I have absolutely no desire to let the left define me or decide who will be my voice in the republic. And while I do find it amusing when the left’s self-appointed cognoscenti continue to presume to be the “decider” for me, the arrogant presumptiveness still makes that right-wing death beast inside me feel like snapping back a few necks.
    http://www.newsweek.com/id/224670

    I’m sick of Sarah Palin, I’d prefer another GOP loser to run in 2012. Lets hope Cheney runs in 2012 and with republican support.

    I don’t blame you. After all, the constant reminder that the bill of goods that the radical left has sold women for about 40 years now is jjust that, a bill of goods, has to be a crushing disappointment. And that is the real reason why the wymyn deciders and their enablers in the press came out on the attack against her from minute one. It’s much easier to want to be confronted by the utilitiy infielder than it is the power hitter.

    I have to confess that I am disappointed that we do not have a clear leadership choice yet, but I am cheered by the President’s dithering and bumbling. Another year or two of his “inspiring” leadership, and we could probably run Thaddeus McCotter and trounce Teh Won right outta Penn Ave.

  6. BIC,

    I wouldn’t be too disappointed yet about a lack of clear leadership for a Conservative candidate. Before a clear leader can emerge, Conservatives needed to clean up their own backyard and are doing so. A great quarterback won’t do much without a strong offensive line, and Cheney and Palin are simply two of many weapons setting the table for the inevitable Bomba butt beating to come.

    It would not surprise me in the least if things do not change soon, that Obama never having an original thought and acting as puppet for Soros & Co. – but ever looking to save face – will utter these immortal words in 2011: I have concluded that I should not permit the Presidency to become involved in the partisan divisions that are developing in this political year.

    With America’s sons in the fields far away, with America’s future under challenge right here at home, with our hopes and the world’s hopes for peace in the balance every day, I do not believe that I should devote an hour or a day of my time to any personal partisan causes or to any duties other than the awesome duties of this office–the Presidency of your country.

    Accordingly, I shall not seek, and I will not accept, the nomination of my party for another term as your President.

    He’ll then conclude his abomination of a performance was due to him never being given a chance because he was black and he inherited an unwinnable situation. Somewhere, it will be George Bush’s fault.

    Obama is a dimwit concerning just about everything but promoting self and saving face. He is much the megalomaniac and will not be the last man on board of the sinking ship. Obama would throw every small child in the ocean to be the first in the life boat. Of that, you can be sure.

    If things do not change for the better, and Obama’s methods continue to fail for another two years, or this Afghanistan war blows up, Obama’s legacy will be the dandy combination of LBJ and Jimmy Carter. Obama has already made history by being our “first” black President – he’s also quickly establishing himself as our worst President in history.

    Let the desperate toadies like Densico blather on about Sarah Palin and Dick Cheney as potential candidates, because right now with the things are going concerning the promises of “Hope & Change” and “Yes We Can!”, there is a profound movement to “Hope to Change it Back” and “Yes We Will” get rid of Obama. And I am thoroughly enjoying watching the sycophants run out of excuses for their Dear Leader’s horrid performance and being exposed as a fraud.

    My how times have changed in twelve months.

  7. Sensico, the only problem with your approach is that lib’s laughed Ronald Reagan all the way into the White House. Sure on many days I’m with you … PLEASE offer up the likes of Cheney and Palin to challenge Obama in 2012. Make it easy for us! But then I stop and think about the potential stupidity of the average American voter.

    The same argument that Tex etal use to explain Obama’s election (a dumb electorate buying an empty bill of goods) could apply to the GOP in 2012. There are some days when I think regarding Palin or Cheney … be careful what you wish for!

  8. … a fantastic mind and corporate success – no matter the personality?

    Let me accept the first part of Tex’s premise that Cheney has a fantastic mind. So let’s focus on the personality.

    This isn’t an issue of Cheney being merely “unlikable”. Sometimes the last thing you need is popularity when it comes to making hard decisions. No the issue of Cheney is that he is a paranoid schizophrenic. He is a man so badly damaged by 9/11 that he no longer thinks rationally. He is willing to sacrifice every ideal and ethic that makes our country great, in order to “protect” us. I heard somewhere that post-9/11 he was terrified that he had been or would be poisoned. The event, tragic as it was, unnerved him beyond the point of any responsible leader.

    You wanna see martial law declared in this country at the slightest provocation? Elect Dick Cheney President.

  9. Tex, I fear you are right about one thing. Afghanistan will be Obama’s Vietnam. I’m waiting to hear what he has to say tonight but I’m not hopeful. Your favorite liberal shill, Bill Moyers devoted his entire show 2 weeks ago to LBJ’s tortured decision making process with Vietnam and it was scary how similar it sounded to current day.

    I fear there is no “winning” in Afghanistan. I hope the Pres proves me wrong.

  10. Remember Rutherford,

    It was your man who called Afghanistan “the right war” while campaigning. If Afghanistan becomes Vietnam, then I would hope you would remember it was Obama who called the shots when it became “Vietnam”, and not blame Bush for another Obama failure.

    I know how your memory slips when convenient. 😉

  11. Hey “R”,

    What ever happened to the gentlemanly HippieProf? I wondered about is take on the global warming scam coming from academia?

    He shouldn’t be too embarrassed, though. Virtually everybody on the left is looking the fool about this one. Wish he would come back, as I did find him an interesting fellow.

    Heck, I wish Curator would make a comeback. Worf is such an easy target, it is boring and I feel guilty about you letting me use your blog when I constantly hammer you.

    We’re running out of lefties besides you to slam and that troubles me. You “progressive type” are less mischief when we can keep an eye on you. Like little kids and dogs, when you can’t find the libs, trouble soon follows. 😈

  12. it was Obama who called the shots when it became “Vietnam”, and not blame Bush for another Obama failure.

    Well yes and no. Just as Johnson inherited Kennedy’s Vietnam, Obama is inheriting Bush’s Afghanistan. If Bush had done the job right, including the capture of Bin Laden, which he botched, we would not be here right now.

  13. Like little kids and dogs, when you can’t find the libs, trouble soon follows. 😈

    ROTFL, you must know my daughter! 😀

    I haven’t looked at HP’s blog of late so I don’t know what he’s up to. His free time no doubt is a slave to the academic year. As for Curator, he’s probably too busy with his own blog to visit much. I pop over there now and again.

    You’ll be happy to know Elric still lives in Twitterville. I get the occasional tweet from him reminding me of the dangers of Islam. Every now and then he submits a comment just to see if he’s still banned, 🙂 Who knows, I may have mercy on him one day if I’m feeling VERY charitable. 😉

  14. You wanna see martial law declared in this country at the slightest provocation? Elect Dick Cheney President.

    Sure. And you call him paranoid. You, who squeals and wets your pants whenever a citizen exercises their right to bear arms.

    Hyperbole like that would be funny, if I didn’t think you actually believe it.

  15. He is willing to sacrifice every ideal and ethic that makes our country great, in order to “protect” us

    Name 2.

    I heard somewhere that post-9/11 he was terrified that he had been or would be poisoned. The event, tragic as it was, unnerved him beyond the point of any responsible leader.

    Mistaking the KOSKids for a credible source would be a mistake, hoss. How about a “direct quote”?

  16. Rutherford,

    I don’t know how accurate your Live Feed thingy is. It puts my in the proper geographic perspective, if you consider a hundred miles proximity.

    I wonder what algorithm they used to determine that “stuff”?

  17. Concerning the live feed “thingy”, since I really don’t care what city people come from, I find it more interesting on a macro level. Particularly seeing those rare times when someone overseas comes in,

    Heck, the widget has already moved me from Bristol to Farmington when I actually live in Middlebury. LOL

  18. BiW, you asked me to name two:

    1) We don’t torture. Cheney thinks we must in order to protect our freedoms.

    2) We don’t compromise the identity of CIA operatives yet Cheney had no problem being involved in the Valerie Plame affair.

    Regarding the Cheney poisoning business, ok that might border on gossip but the video record speaks for itself. While Secretary of Defense, Cheney declared Iraq a quagmire. After 9/11 he did a 180. I don’t have citations but people close to him have been on the record for saying he changed after 9/11.

  19. BiW, you asked me to name two:

    1) We don’t torture. Cheney thinks we must in order to protect our freedoms.

    “Torture”, like beauty, is an “eye of the beholder” deal, and if it is something that our soldiers have to undergo in their training, then I’m afraid it doesn’t qualify.

    2) We don’t compromise the identity of CIA operatives yet Cheney had no problem being involved in the Valerie Plame affair.

    You know what makes a lie of implication even more insidious? When the facts don’t fit the narrative. What choice did Cheney have in being “involved” in the Valerie Plame “affair”? She sued him. After the Special Prosecutor failed to issue any indictment against him. And she didn’t succeed. Her case, and the appeal were both dismissed. SCOTUS denied cert. In case you’re fuzzy on what that means, she never proved any wrongdoing by him in a court of law, and since he is presumed innocent unless found guilty, that means that his involvement was that he was sued by her. End of story, and you didn’t get your two.

    Regarding the Cheney poisoning business, ok that might border on gossip but the video record speaks for itself.

    Border??? Criminey! You blithly conclude that that a ten-year study by political scientists that arrives at a statitically significant finding is mere coincidence, and when you can’t provide a direct quote from someone still living to support a specious claim it “borders” on gossip? I wasn’t aware that double standards were the order of the day.

    While Secretary of Defense, Cheney declared Iraq a quagmire. After 9/11 he did a 180. I don’t have citations but people close to him have been on the record for saying he changed after 9/11.

    And that strident leftie in you cannot even fathom that as the VP, he might just be privy to information that you, Rutherford Q. Citizen, might not have, and that might not have a changing effect on previously held opinions?

  20. BiW, regarding the Newsweek article you posted, at first I did react the way Jon Meacham expected … I nearly lost my lunch. But his point is actually a very good one. An Obama-Cheney slugfest in 2012 would put two diametrically opposed ideologies up for a vote. It would be fascinating. And unlike Ms. Palin, Mr. Cheney understands the issues and can articulate an argument, however repugnant that may be.

    I also agree with Meacham that every candidate is not running …. until they are actually running.

  21. Ahhhh BiW, here we go with the “we did to our own people” argument. The most empty disingenuous defense of torture ever perpetrated on people who actually don’t use their brain cells. We did it to our own people to build up their defenses in case they were TORTURED by the enemy. If you torture your own people to prepare them for possible torture from the enemy, it’s still torture.

    Second, Scooter Libby was covering up something for his boss. About the only nice thing I can say about Cheney is he tried his damnedest to get Libby a pardon for his efforts. Cheney’s hands were dirty and the fact that Plame couldn’t successfully sue him doesn’t change that.

    As for Cheney’s change of demeanor after 9/11, just tonight Lawrence Wilkerson, former chief of staff to Colin Powell said that, “I don’t recognize this man [Cheney] anymore.He’s not the man I knew when he was Colin Powell’s boss when he was Secretary of Defense.He’s a mystery to me.”

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/33369626#34231907

    Finally I have no doubt that Cheney has access to info I do not have. When he was Sec of Defense he also had info I did not have. What changed in Iraq so drastically that Cheney the measured Defense Secretary turned into Cheney the hawkish VP?

  22. Ahhhh BiW, here we go with the “we did to our own people” argument. The most empty disingenuous defense of torture ever perpetrated on people who actually don’t use their brain cells. We did it to our own people to build up their defenses in case they were TORTURED by the enemy. If you torture your own people to prepare them for possible torture from the enemy, it’s still torture.

    For torture, you might read accounts of what used to happen in the People’s Paradise of the Soviet Union, or China, or other regimes that wanted “Workers of the World, Unite!”

  23. I perfect example of why I dislike Obama so, and why I think Obama a narcissistic fool. From the speech tonight, the word count:

    “‘I’ – 45, ‘Afghanistan’ – 39, ‘Victory’ – 0.”

    I don’t know what Obama can manage successfully besides self-promotion, but he inspires absolutely no confidence in the ability to manage a war IMHO.

    The word “I” 45 times? I listened to some of that uninspiring lecture and was put off mostly.

    YUCK…

  24. Rutherford,

    And I swear I am not trying to pick a fight because you may be liberalism’s last/best hope, but why do you watch these idiots at MSNBC? It must be only because they follow the party line. Chris Matthews is a moron: from the tingle to now this (watch the video if you didn’t see it live).

    West Point is considered taboo?

  25. Between Zo and this gal, black Conservatives once again prove that they are not only welcome to the party, but funny as hell.

    This gal is better than anything that lousy, leftist lackey Tina Fey can produce on SNL.

    Sorry, but you will have to view the 30 second commercial.

    http://www.pjtv.com/v/2773

  26. BiW pointed you out, so blame him.

    1. Torture is not only informative, but it’s kinda fun. A lot like the death penalty.
    2. You people would probably elect Stalin if he was alive and a citizen. He’d be in the running for sure.
    3. What part of Communism do you not agree with?
    4. Keep those Obama stickers on your cars.
    5. Are you a Global Warming enthusiast, too?

  27. For torture, you might read accounts of what used to happen in the People’s Paradise of the Soviet Union

    Let me restate what I think you’re arguing here:

    If we take our best publicized techniques:
    1. Water boarding
    2. Sleep deprivation
    3. Sensory overload (i.e. playing Milli Vanilli 24/7)
    4. Exposure to the elements

    that these pale in comparison to the torture techniques used throughout history. I can agree with that and still ask you whether torture is on some sort of sliding scale. Because the US does torture-lite, that makes it ok?

  28. perfect example of why I dislike Obama so ..

    Tex that can be spun completely differently. One thing pundits immediately said following the speech was that if lacked bombastic platitudes. It was not a barn burner speech with ra-ra-sisboomba grand gestures to get us all in a fighting mood.

    The speech was a sober, almost wonky assessment of where we are and what we’ll do. Maybe the lack of the word “victory” in the speech ought to wake you up to something. There ain’t gonna be no victory. The war on terror is by definition unending.

  29. Chris Matthews, who is hard to take on a good day, has been off his game lately. I don’t know whether his diabetes is acting up or whether he’s afraid MSNBC’s new owners (Comcast) are gonna fire his ass, but he has said some weird crap lately and been even less courteous to guests than usual.

    I’ll say this. I didn’t consider West Point “the enemy camp” but I did find it an odd choice of venue. There was something a bit creepy about telling a full audience of very young men and women how and why they were going to die.

  30. There was something a bit creepy about telling a full audience of very young men and women how and why they were going to die.

    Not at all. Probably the biggest burden of the office is to send troops into harms way with the certain knowledge that some of them will die. Addressing them while discussing such matters is not an unusual thing for a C-in-C to do. However.the Great Man utterly failed to show any real appreciation for their willingness to sacrifice, however, when instead of speaking to them convincingly (or at all) of a meaningful sacrifice in the pursuit of a victory, and instead, speaking to them of a goal of simply leaving, without having accomplished the mission, thus cheapening their lives, and making clear that that their brothers in arms who have died there did so in vain…at least in the parts where he wasn’t consumed with talking about himself.

  31. Rutherford,

    Forgetting for a moment, your assessment of “no victory” which sounds a lot like Harry Reid’s “unwinnable” Iraqi War, then perhaps you can explain why the need for the word “I” so many times in the context of presenting more troops? I know that Obama struggles with the words WE & US, but I do not think this war has much to do with “I” as in Obama.

    Do you ever think there will come a day “R” when you’ll admit that Obama is an egomaniac with a desperate need to have his ego stroked always?

  32. I came home and bet myself a million dollars that, in the wake of Obama’s lackluster speech on such a very, very important/controversial military decision on Afghanistan, Rutherford would chose to blog about…………..Palin.

    Damn it! It was……..Cheney!!!!!!!

    Now I owe myself a million dollars. Thanks alot R!

  33. speaking to them of a goal of simply leaving, without having accomplished the mission.

    WOW! What utter foolishness. You might not like the mission, but clearly the target is to complete the mission within 18 months and then START turning over responsibility to the Afghans …. not much different from the Iraq surge … and totally dependent on conditions on the ground.

    You need to lay off the Cheney juice. It’s interfering with your thinking.

    P.S. A fundamental aspect of project management is establishing a target end date for the project. This should be no different, particularly since we are talking counter-insurgency here, not counter-terrorism.

  34. Tex is dead right about Tiger. It’s hard to judge him without being in his shoes. Not that he didn’t do wrong, becuase he clearly did.

    I can walk away from just about anything except a sexy woman.

    I’m a faithful husband becuase of two strategies I employ.

    1. I hide from single, attractive women. I literally will no show any event where I’m going to be around a sexy ass single piece of ass. I try to hang with only dudes, outside my family.

    2. In ultra rare circumstances where it looks like I have an opportunity to stray, I put a “round in the ground” instantly. I don’t give a fuck if I’m on my way to her house in my truck, I will wax the damn dolphin in the car pool lane if I have to. Two minutes later and I’m doing a u-turn wondering who the Tiger’s second basemen will be next year.

  35. P.S. A fundamental aspect of project management is establishing a target end date for the project. This should be no different, particularly since we are talking counter-insurgency here, not counter-terrorism.

    It’s a war, not a “project”, and enemies have a nasty habit of not complyng with arbitrary timetables…especially when you tell them how long they need to lay low, and in the meantime, the detrimental effect on our troops’ morale is palpable, and inflicted by an ungracious C-in-C who so believes that he knows better than those who have trained for the work. I always found that odd about democrats…always so willing to yield to the “experts”, unless the experts are the millitary, in which case, micromanagement and nonsenscal ROEs are the order of the day. But hey, thatworked so well for us in Vietnam!!11!!!

    Lay off the Obamajuice. It is sucking the last vapors of wisdom from your ability to reason.

  36. Yep, I have to agree with BIC there Rutherford concerning Obama and the Dim’s wisdom concerning the implementation and facilitation of troops (noticed I slipped in the old business lingo).

    Your analogy of project management doesn’t work either, because the first fundamental principle of project management is to have a successful project, assuming the project is affordable once the risk is established. And that was determined eight years ago. This isn’t a project so much as a plan for survival (think hostile takeover if you need to approach it from a business angle).

    Why would Obama feel obligated to set a timetable for withdrawal other than pander to and placate his base? That was pure politic because he has no idea the variables involved yet.

  37. Why would Obama feel obligated to set a timetable for withdrawal other than pander to and placate his base?

    The timetable serves two purposes. It makes it clear to Karzai that he doesn’t have forever to clean up his act. It also sets an expectation for the military who would love nothing more than no deadline and no budget.

    You may not have noticed, but this “strategy” is not about war. It IS about a project designed to stabilize one country and help another defeat the real enemy al Qaeda. That’s why there is no “victory”. There is a goal and a timeline to meet the goal.

    This is not to say I’m a big fan of the “strategy”. I just finished writing an article to that effect. Of course, I already know Gorilla, BiW and the rest of the “right” gang will disagree with my objections. Bring it on.

  38. Rabbit, I wrote the Cheney article before Obama’s speech.

    Also, that is the first time I’ve heard the phrase “put a round in the ground”. I swear I’ll be laughing myself to sleep tonight. That is f*cking hilarious. 😀

  39. In ultra rare circumstances where it looks like I have an opportunity to stray, I put a “round in the ground” instantly. I don’t give a fuck if I’m on my way to her house in my truck, I will wax the damn dolphin in the car pool lane if I have to. Two minutes later and I’m doing a u-turn wondering who the Tiger’s second basemen will be next year.

    😆 :lol; 😆 CLASSIC RABBIT!

    Ain’t that the truth. I’ll never forget the only movie I was embarrassed to watch with my wife – the otherwise forgettable “Something about Mary”. My favorite quote in the whole movie:

    Look, the most honest moment in a man’s life are the few minutes after he’s blown his load – now that is a medical fact. And the reason for it is that you’re no longer trying to get laid, you’re actually… you’re thinking like a girl, and girls love that.

  40. He is the thing that wouldn’t die! As the Bush Mob’s term was winding down last January, I felt strangely wistful. It terms of stupidity-as-entertainment, these knuckleheads were the gift that kept giving and giving and giving.

    Not to worry. Dick Cheney will keep me rolling in the aisles for quite some time to come. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the GOP nominates the hideous old bastard in 2012?

    http://www.tomdegan.blogspot.com

    Tom Degan
    Goshen, NY

  41. Tom, Dick Cheney’s possible nomination in 2012 scares me for the same reasons as Palin’s. I’m not sure I trust the electorate to be smart enough to reject these bozos.

    However, in a recent Newsweek article Jon Meacham makes a good case for Cheney running. Could we possibly have a better battle of ideology in a public forum than a Cheney vs. Obama election?

  42. Tex, I finally read the original version of your American Thinker article. The article has one premise that interests me and that I may blog about this week.

    In the meantime, the comments section is hilarious. Talk about koolaid drinkers! This is what I don’t understand. Geoffrey Hunt writes an article and hundreds of conservatives jump on to say “right on”. I stopped reading in disgust after a few comments so I don’t know if any liberals got on there to call him a horse’s ass.

    I write an article and conservatives (not hundreds) jump on to call me a horse’s ass and hardly any liberals jump on to say “right on”. I’ve commented on this before but why are liberals such wimps and so afraid of a good fight?

  43. I have no idea why, but I went over to senisco’s blog, just now.

    The chick is STILL making “Tea Bag” jokes. Other then over played jokes, guess what else her blog is about?

    Well, yes, of course she is still up to the same thing, ripping on people’s signs and what not to make a political point.

    But the funny part is that she is ripping on the poor grammar found on a sign from a Tea Party demonstration.

    This person of all people making fun of others who can’t express themselves.

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