We knew him when

Baby Klown

A new milestone for the infamous and divisive Klown:

Jim Geraghty at National Review Online

Yahoo News

I just want to point out that this IS NOT Fight Club. You can talk about us all you want.

Election 2012 has started and this place is gonna get a lot busier. We’re averaging over 3000 hits per day and we hope to increase that by a factor of three or four by the end of the year.

We could use more writers. These are the requirements:

You must:

1) Have opinions

2) Like to express them

3) Lean left

4) Despise Obama

If you are interested let us know.

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41 Responses to We knew him when

  1. 5) Post.

    Oh wait, that’s me.

  2. votermom says:

    Baby Klown is Skary!!!!

  3. SYD says:

    Baby Klown is cute!

  4. gram cracker says:

    Be careful Klown — the obots may come to take you away for daring to spoil their 2012 party.

  5. imustprotest says:

    Does klown still run around in his underware?

  6. OT. Waiting in vain for consumers This is from Judd Gregg, another one who left the admin and is now working for Goldman Sux.

    The result of this Baby Boomer retrenchment is that one of the primary engines of economic growth— consumption — has left the playing field and will not return in the foreseeable future. It is as if you took New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and receiver Wes Welker off the field. The team loses its punch, as does the chances of a consumer-led recovery.

  7. insanelysane says:

    Can we nominate front pagers?
    When is WMCB going to flaunt it?

    I know I am waiting.

    • WMCB says:

      I already have the privilege, I just don’t ever use it.

      • ralphb says:

        Hey, we need a rain maker! Today the last public boat ramp came out of the water at Lake Travis and closed. There are no public ramps open at Travis or Buchanan.

        • Mimi says:

          The lakes are in dire shape in eastern Texas also. My rain gauge had 1.75 inches this morning but it was only enough to settle the dust. I have lost several trees most of which are southern maples although the almost champion farkleberry is holding up.

        • ralphb says:

          My son and his family live in Prosper, a North Dallas suburb now, and they’ve had quite a bit more rain than we have around Austin but are still in bad drought conditions. My daughter’s maple died but my oaks still seem to be in OK shape.

          It’s going to take a lot of rain just to get back to normal. Maybe a few wet years at this point?

        • ralphb says:

          I’m going to date myself but I have memories of being a kid in the late 50s drought. We sold off or slaughtered cattle because we couldn’t feed them and make anything.

          The lake where our little town got it’s water from dried up and water had to be hauled in for drinking etc. That was a really tough time.

        • Mimi says:

          My eldest son lives in Dallas and a tree came down on one of his friends BMW in a storm last night. He told him to take the money and get a Toyota. My daughter lives in Austin and said it is so dry that fleas have taken over the jogging track at her apartment complex. In Houston my brother spent a fortune on transplanted trees a few years ago and they are now kindling. I have been around a long time and never seen anything like this drought.

        • ralphb says:

          Heh, you know it’s bad when you find yourself wishing for one of our booming thunderstorms just for a little rain. That sounds like good advice to take the money and get a Toyota.

          Your daughter has a point because here in Austin we’re about to dry up and blow away for sure. I just hope we don’t burn first.

  8. ralphb says:

    Super TARP/TALF, I am sick of bailing out every muthahf*^kin snake on this whole muthahf*^kin planet.

    How This Greek Tragedy Will End

    It’s time to stop kidding ourselves about Greece. On the third anniversary of the Lehman Brothers collapse, the heavy brigade—the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Bank of England, and Japanese and Swiss central banks—moved decisively on Sept. 15 to avert a liquidity crisis in European banks that, as Greece heads for Hades, has found American investors understandably leery about lending greenbacks to banks with hefty portfolios of Greece’s worthless bonds. Between now and Christmas, the big five will hold joint auctions, providing unlimited quantities of dollars.

    Coming in the wake of collapsing E.U. bank stocks and a Moody’s downgrade of two of France’s biggest banks, this display of firepower was a stout, badly needed riposte to the feckless Micawberism in eurozone capitals. The central banks are arming the financial world against the Greek default that everyone—other than (if you credit what they said as late as last Wednesday) Angela Merkel, Nicolas Sarkozy, and George Papandreou—now expects.

  9. Jeffhas says:

    The Klown has landed… I’m getting goosebumps.

  10. 1539days says:

    Lean how far left? Because I tick people off.

  11. fif says:

    Now I’m going to have nightmares after that image of Baby Klown.

    Love the “must despise Obama” criteria.” I just saw a post on FB by someone fool that said, “It’s a good bill!”

    psst…the bill hasn’t even been written yet nimrod.

  12. “I suspect Chapman believed putting forth this idea would stir discussion and buzz, rather than any belief that the man who spent most of his adult office running for one office or another would actually embrace this option.”

    Then all we need is a Constututional Amendment to create a higher office. Maybe Golfer-in-Chief.

    Or could we get the UN to create something that sounds good but doesn’t require any work?

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