The Crying Guy


Apparently the guy didn’t get his full 15 minutes of fame on election night so he called a local conservative radio show to defend himself.

Big mistake.

(Via Ace of Spades)


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19 Responses to The Crying Guy

  1. DM says:

    Another speech and I’ll cry.

    Obama to give major campaign speech Thursday
    by Amy Gardner

    President Obama will deliver a major campaign speech Thursday in Cleveland in which he will try to frame the election as a choice between two economic visions — one that protects the middle class and another that takes the country back to the failed policies of the past, campaign officials said.

    • cj says:

      I’m on the edge of my seat in anticipation. Will it be car, ditch, slurpee or steak dinner this time?

    • foxyladi14 says:

      Good grief. 😯

    • myiq2xu says:

      Whenever Obama is in trouble he gives a speech.

    • leslie says:

      I remember a couple of years ago when my mother was in the hospital, the aide that was assigned to her room was present when TehOnce came on to give a “speech”. This lovely aide said, “Doesn’t he ever stop with the speeches??? I’m sick to death of listening to him.”
      By now, I think she has had her answer.

      I failed to let her know I was sick to death of him back in 2007.

  2. cj says:

    Two good reads:

    “Perjury charge against Shellie Zimmerman raises more questions of prosecutorial overreaching”

    http://networkedblogs.com/yITdQ

    Obama’s Dilemma

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/obamas-dilemma_647170.html

  3. cj says:

    Anyone looking for work?

    Charles Krauthammer seeks a full-time research assistant for one or two year tenure. Send resume to job@charleskrauthammer.com.

    I’d do it if I could. I may not agree with everything he says, but being his research assistant would be fantastic IMO.

    • DM says:

      Nah, it’s what I do most of the time, readi cr@p. Finding information for someone else is not fun. It’s a job.

    • wmcb says:

      The husband of one of my best friends had what I always thought was the coolest job ever. He was Robert Jordan’s personal secretary/research assistant. The guy who wrote the Wheel Of Time series. He was always researching stuff like mediaval weapons, or the methods used to dye silk in the 13th century.

  4. DM says:

    Can President Obama talk his way out of political trouble (again)?

    by Chris Cillizza

    President Obama’s decision to deliver a major economic speech in Ohio tomorrow amounts to an attempted campaign reset after almost two weeks of unrelenting bad news for the incumbent and his party.
    Thursday’s speech is the second time in the past week (or so) that Obama has tried to change the subject or, at the very least, get the conversation back on more favorable ground for him.

    No, Obama can’t change the narrative that the economy of main street is very, very sick, and that the banks are doing well.

  5. angienc says:

    AFL/CIO is “restructuring” campaign donations — claims this decision has nothing to do with WI & Obama (the lady doth protest too much, methinks)

    http://www.usnews.com/news/blogs/washington-whispers/2012/06/13/afl-cio-redeploying-funds-from-obama-campaign-to-advocacy-and-infrastructure

  6. DM says:

    I’d be afraid of a woman whose last name is Steelman:

    Sarah Steelman Says She Is ‘Ready To Punch Claire McCaskill Out’

    The story is at TPM. I don’t have the link because I don’t visit that website. If McCaskill loses to Steelman, it will be schadenfreude time.

    • Glennmcgahee says:

      I want to see McCaskill out so bad I’m considering moving to her state.

    • votermom says:

      Sarah Steelman is an early pick by SHE-PAC, I think, and a lot of Palinistas like her.
      Will be interesting to see if Sarah endorses her.

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