White Collar Street Brawling Open Thread


Smog will make you cray cray.

Meanwhile, here’s a short stack of angry Tea Partier:


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42 Responses to White Collar Street Brawling Open Thread

  1. HELENK says:

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/56029

    If this is true, we have our own KGB run by unelected people

  2. HELENK says:

    Dana is little but she is mighty. Between her and Sarah no wonder both the dems and the reps are afraid of women

  3. DeniseVB says:

    Love Open Threads, they’re like Anything Can Happen Day from the original Mickey Mouse Club 😀

    Here’s a continuation of the last thread’s discussion on Lady Dem Govs, Christine Gregoire managed to be a gov for two terms without a recall effort or battling lawsuits, so she must have done good:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christine_Gregoire

    What popped out at me is that she was expected to be appointed to an Obama Cabinet position after her second term ended. She wasn’t. So it’s either that not elitist snob enough, too smart to play Oblahmatics or just too darn moderate.

    She’s Hillary’s age and looks a little like her, on paper, much better qualified than Hill.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Found the MMC video, circa 1955?

    • Jadzia says:

      She was a good governor but she kinda lost me when she endorsed Obama early on. That said, I’m not sure that her endorsement made much of a difference in the end — because OF COURSE Washington (or at least Seattle, where most of the people are) was going to vote BO regardless of what she did.

      • Constance says:

        Many in Seattle were for Hillary in 2008. I went to my caucus at AE#2 elementary, I have lived in the same house for 27 years, I only knew about 4 people out of the mob that showed up. I know many people around here so something was way off. I did not vote for Gregoire when she ran for reelection. BTW she barely won both of her elections, I believe they found several boxes of previously uncounted ballots during the recount of her first election. She gave the graduation speech at my sons college graduation. That was during her second term. I was amazed because she complained about how bad things were when she took over (from herself) at the beginning of the year but how she had made improvements. It was pretty impressive BS. She is not Ivy indoctrinated so she is ignorant white trash in the eyes of east coast elitists. She has also had cancer and that would be used against her. But having said all that I would vote for her for President and she is better than the vast majority of male Democrat politicians who will run in 2016.

      • DeniseVB says:

        That’s party politics, I usually don’t hold it against them unless they go out of their way to support TOO MUCH. She would give Hillary a run for her money in a primary.

    • Constance says:

      She was an Obot from early on in 2008. It was sickening.

    • lisadawn82 says:

      Her mother was a short order cook down here in Auburn, WA. Her schooling is all Washington State. Her husband is a military vertern. She did well having to deal well considering the state was lacking revenue most years and Washington is not allowed to run deficit. I didn’t always agree with her but she seemed pretty upfront.

    • elliesmom says:

      The Vile Progs are going to run Elizabeth Warren. But first they have to get Hillary’s Holdouts back in the corral.

  4. myiq2xu says:
  5. HELENK says:

    http://weaselzippers.us/2013/06/20/priests-demand-pelosi-condemn-abortion-or-leave-the-catholic-church/

    knew this was coming. I am surprised it took this long.
    Abortion is an issue that the Catholic church will never approve. that will not change

  6. Jadzia says:

    Does the Church ever officially go through with it or is this just saber-rattling? I mean, IIRC the Archbishop of Boston OFFICIATED at Ted Kennedy’s memorial service, and he was pretty darned pro-choice. But the excommunication threats come up against lots of Catholic politicians, like John Kerry (again IIRC — my browser is moving pretty slow tonight so no links).

    • Jadzia says:

      Damn! This was supposed to reply to HELENK, but I screwed up the nesting.

      • HELENK says:

        back in history the church has excommunicated people for not following church mandates. Will they do it now I am not sure.
        example the priest would not give my mom the last rites because she was divorced and remarried. But then look at how the Kennedy family was handled by the church

  7. HELENK says:

    I just got a survey from the Republican National Committee. Do not know why I got it as I am a registered independent. I did contribute to the McCain -Palin campaign way back when.
    filled it out. they want me to send money for the survey to count, that is not going to happen. The last question was what do I think they should do .
    my answer

    get some balls, stand up to obama and remember country before party always.

    do you think my opinion will be counted????

  8. driguana says:

    Early in the morning marks the beginning of summer….hope it’s a good one for everyone!

  9. driguana says:

    in the summertime

  10. driguana says:

    oscar peterson style…

  11. HELENK says:

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/06/19/state-department-to-sanction-china-and-russia-for-human-trafficking.html

    this will go over really big. At one time we would have had the world behind us on this. Now it is like a paper tiger roaring

  12. DeniseVB says:

    Netroots Nation is trending on twitter right now #nn13 Not as much fun to read as the tea party rally, but interesting to see what their important “issues” are.

  13. myiq2xu says:

    I like how this guy thinks: Ted Cruz: Let’s go into Syria, secure or destroy Assad’s chemical weapons, then get out http://t.co/cOoHkAhW2e— Myiq2xu (@realmyiq2xu) June 20, 2013

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