Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Just Say No Credibility

I just did a quick spot check at The Saddest Web Portal in the World (“we are a coalition of millions with one thing in common: NObama”) and noticed fairly quickly that five of the listed blogs (representing a bazillion people each) are all hosted by the same guy, Alessandro Machi.  Here are his nearly identical blogs: caucusconfession.blogspot.com, caucuscheating.blogspot.com, florida-michigan.blogspot.com, hillary-wins.com and fair-reflection.blogspot.com. He’s a PUMA.  Hear him roar.  And, hey, if you know anyone, he could use a little help:

Alessandro Machi has tremendous ideas for Starbucks, Target, Subway, The Post Office, and for a new brand of dog food. Alessandro would like to present his million dollar ideas to decision makers at these companies.

That pitch appears in the right sidebar on all of his blogs. Too funny. PUMA: The rift that keeps on giving.

MORE: Per usual, another great comment from Betty Cracker below…

Reminds me of a line from Kathy Griffin about Bill Donohue: “You know the Catholic League is just one guy with a computer, right?”

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/17/08 at 10:30 AM
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Taylor Marsh: Dressing for the job you want, not the one you have

I was interviewed by The New Republic‘s Joe Mathews for this article about Taylor Marsh, but I guess I wasn’t engaging enough because I didn’t make the cut (where’s my research credit, Mathews, you bastard*?). Our pal bostondreams at The TM Experience got a plug, though:

All this spewed venom, of course, has earned [Taylor Marsh] quite a bit of attention, much of it negative. Her site includes a catalogue of the hate mail she receives. “CACKLE FOR ME NOW BITCH!” read one from an Obama supporter after the results of the North Carolina primary were announced. Posters on Marsh’s bête noire, the Obama-loving Daily Kos, have called her a “world class liar” and “a lying hack.” Recently, Obama supporters began an online effort to cancel her credentials to cover this summer’s Democratic National Convention. There’s even a web site called The TM Experience devoted to criticizing Marsh and her “Marshian” followers. It’s no wonder that she’s now subject fodder for The Washington Post and guest material for MSNBC.

With Clinton out of the race, Marsh says she will vote for Obama. But even as early as this spring, well before Hillary’s concession, I encountered no Clinton stickers and no Clinton signs at her home. And when we spoke, Marsh took pains to describe herself not as a Hillary super-supporter, but as something closer to a feminist avenger, pushing back against Clinton-hating, Obama-loving male commentators and bloggers whom she sees as both sexists and professional competitors. His supporters “are in love [with him],” she posits. “They are sexually attracted to him.”

That’s right, we all want to bone Obama. And people wonder why I still felt the need to pop off a post like this even though Mushy’s “reformed” (aka Operation Career Rescue).

BTW—the spittle-flecked ex-Marshan who was running around anti-Obama blogs commenting that Taylor, now on the dead-enders’ enemies list for not Doing the Lemming, lied about her age to WaPo will be happy to know that she was right. Score another victory for the PUMAs! Hear them roar! Meow.

Now excuse me while I get back to dry humping my life-size poster of Barack…

*Mathews was an incredibly nice guy and I was convinced after reading his blog that he’s the only truly non-partisan person left in America.

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/17/08 at 08:02 AM
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Monday, June 16, 2008

Paulie Want a Cracker?

Via Wonk, who had a commenter who was on this story over a week ago,  we have this from Politico:

A key organizer of John McCain’s meeting Saturday with former supporters of Hillary Clinton is best known for her role in another bitter American fight: The effort by some white descendants of Thomas Jefferson to keep his possible African-American descendants out of family gatherings.

Paula Abeles emailed Politico yesterday to complain that her group had gotten short shrift in a blog item, writing, “I initiated the teleconference with McCain on Saturday and was solely responsible for the guest list.” Another Clinton backer at the event, Will Bower, confirmed that she was “integral” to assembling the group.

But Abeles first made the news in 2003, when she and her husband, then-Monticello Association President Nat Abeles, led the fight to keep members of the Hemings family—descendants of Jefferson slave and, some historians believe, mistress Sally Hemmings [sic]—out of a gathering of the Monticello Association, which is made up of lineal descendants of the third president.

Abeles drew national attention for her role in an episode of online espionage.

The AP reported in May of 2003:

 

The wife of a Thomas Jefferson family association official said Friday that she masqueraded as a 67-year-old black woman on an Internet chat room in a bid to keep descendants of a reputed Jefferson mistress out of this weekend’s family reunion.

  “It might have been somewhat unethical,” said Paulie Abeles of Washington, D.C., who participated for eight months in the Yahoo! message board created for relatives of Jefferson slave Sally Hemings.

  “It might have been childish, but I really think I was working in the best interest of the majority of the family members to make the reunion a calm and civilized gathering,” she said.

Charming. I’d love to see some of those chat transcripts.

Kinda makes you wonder if all of those African Americans (or “AA’s,” as I’ve seen used a lot this primary season) you see turning up in waves on the anti-Obama blogs are the real deal, don’t it?

MORE: Here’s a copy of the WaPo article about the 2003 incident hosted, oddly enough, at the Monticello site.

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/16/08 at 01:53 PM
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Citizens for McCain: Every picture tells a story, don’t it?

The blogosphere and the media are buzzing about John McSame’s push to lure disenfranchised Hillary supporters, assumed to be mostly women, via his “Citizens for McCain” program, hosted by Democratic turncoat and muttering pile of mush Joe Lieberman.  I’d like to point out something no one else has mentioned in regards to the program.  Currently the front page of his official campaign site showcases the program using this graphic.  I decided to work the curves a bit via Photoshop to enhance the left side of the image that was darkened.  Here are the results:

Citizens for McCain

By my count (I’m excluding two people I’m not sure about) that’s 22 men and 3 women. 22 men. 3 women. If a picture paints a thousand words, I’m guessing at least seven of them would be “iron my shirt” and “get me a beer.”

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Posted by Kevin K. on 06/16/08 at 08:15 AM
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Sunday, June 15, 2008

A late night quiz at No Quarter!

Early this morning No Quarter (aka Flowbee‘s Fortress of Fucknuttery) decided to hold a late night quiz called “Which woman has the appearance of a First Lady?”:

Larry Johnson -- No Quarter --  Cindy McCain -- Michelle Obama

But remember, they’re not racists (or sexists)!

UPDATE: They have scrubbed the first sentence, but it’s already in the Googles.

MORE: Larry Johnson has now removed both pictures and posted a disclaimer. He also appears to have deleted a post that was published at 8 this morning. It was written by “Reverend Jeremiah God Damn AmeriKKA Wright” and titled “A FRACTURED FAIRY TALE FOR FIGHT THE SMEARS TROLLS”.  Here’s a screen cap of some of it:

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Posted by Kevin K. on 06/15/08 at 07:07 AM
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Friday, June 13, 2008

RIP Tim Russert

Tim Russert

Meet the Press’ Tim Russert dead at 58. RIP. Watching him on Sunday mornings was a weekly ritual and he’ll be missed.  Condolences to his wife Maureen, his son Luke and his father Big Russ, who will be having an especially difficult Father’s Day this year.

MORE: Wonk pays her respects to “big guy.” Also, this remembrance from Chuck Todd, who was mentored by Russert, is just heart-breaking [via TPM].

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/13/08 at 03:26 PM
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Animal poker

Betty, I’ll see your boxer pretending to be Harriet Christian after a rubbing alcohol bender and raise you two pics of my cat Hubcap imitating SusanUnPC.

SusanUnPC

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

Everyone in Iran (and nearly everyone in America) just breathed a sigh of relief

I just went to check out the official web site (www.newamericancentury.org) for the Project for a New American Century (also known as PNAC or Neocon Eggheads Who Are Wrong About Fucking Everything) and found this:

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Judging from Google’s cache, PNAC’s site, which was online last time I checked but had tumbleweeds rolling through it, has been down for a while, too. Now if we could only figure out a way to get this “account suspended” message to appear in place of Bill Kristol’s editorials.

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/12/08 at 02:45 PM
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Flowbee makes the Googles

Too funny. Look what comes up near the top of the results when you search for “flowbee” on Google:

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I’ve never been prouder. Looks like it’s Google bomb time. Everyone do the flowbee!

RELATED: He’s info on Michelle Obama’s reaction to Secret Agent Flowbee‘s despicable “whitey” tape horseshit…

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Posted by Kevin K. on 06/12/08 at 10:24 AM
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Rahm Emanuel vs. the PUMAs

Hey, PUMA pity party poopers, look over here:

Rep. Rahm Emanuel of Illinois, a Democratic House leader who helped orchestrate the party’s strategy for winning control of Congress in 2006, argues against reading too much into the holdouts. He said most of them always stay out of national politics and that the party is generally unified around Obama.

“They’re just going to stick to their knitting,” he said. “It’s not that they’re anti-Obama.”

Begin the spittle!

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/12/08 at 09:53 AM
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I’m Voting Republican

[via Wonk]

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/12/08 at 08:59 AM
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A stupid question…

..but it’s been bugging me.  Has anyone ever had one of these things in their kitchen sink that worked or have all of you struggled with them for years like I have?

I’ve never had one that I didn’t have to tilt at an angle or just plain remove to get water to drain out of my sink. Seriously, why can’t they make one of these fucking things that works?

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The reach around

Some Kossacks who want to “help” Taylor Marsh should realize that she will always—I repeat—always be a shameless, opportunistic, ego-maniacal jackass not worthy of their sympathy or respect:

On another note, I’ve received zero reach out from the Obama team, which is their prerogative to do or not, but it’s a mistake. I can only hope this isn’t a signal of the way Obama and his team will treat Clinton’s supporters on the whole. It would be a disaster of election shifting proportions; one that the country can ill afford.

Hmmm, geez, I wonder why the Obama team hasn’t attempted to reach out to Taylor Marsh.  It couldn’t be because she threw on her little red, white & blue Shirley Temple get-up and questioned Michelle’s patriotism (something even Laura Bush wouldn’t do). It couldn’t be because after the Rev. Wright controversy broke Taylor was blowing her dog whistle so hard she got a brain aneurysm. It couldn’t be that “video wall” of hers, now scrubbed, that featured nothing but news stories about Rezko and clips of Wright or the reams of rightwing style oppo research posts she’s left behind in her archives for wingnuts to use against Obama. And there’s no way it could be because she’s still running that ad for a book comparing Obama to Mussolini, even though she’s now trying to hide it at the bottom of her blog.

Finally, it can’t be because that sad pack of easily-manipulated lunatics Taylor fed a steady diet of anti-Obama gruel for months and months has now abruptly turned on her due to Operation Career Rescue and Marsh’s influence over how they’ll vote in November is virtually non-existent.

The Obama team shouldn’t reach out to Taylor Marsh, they should just point at her sorry ass and laugh.

RELATED: Here’s what the Obama team should be doing.  Bravo.

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/12/08 at 07:46 AM
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Wednesday, June 11, 2008

I (Heart) New York

Remember not too long ago when concern trolls were yelping that Obama couldn’t even carry New York state against St. McSame?  Oops:

Senator Barack Obama, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, has pulled even among white voters in New York State with Senator John McCain, the presumptive Republican nominee, and now has a commanding overall lead over Mr. McCain, 50 percent to 36 percent, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released on Wednesday. The survey suggests that New York remains a securely blue state, notwithstanding disappointment over the defeat of its home state senator, Hillary Rodham Clinton, by Mr. Obama in the Democratic nominating contests.

Mr. Obama, of Illinois, received 42 percent of white votes in the poll, compared with 43 percent for Mr. McCain, of Arizona. Black voters backed Mr. Obama, 87 percent to 6 percent, as did voters under age 45, 59 percent to 29 percent. Mr. Obama held similar, if smaller, majorities among voters over age 45 (45 percent to 40 percent), men (45 percent to 40 percent) and women (53 percent to 32 percent).

The last Quinnipiac poll, conducted in April when Senator Clinton was still in the race, found a lead of only 47 percent to 39 percent in a hypothetical Obama-McCain matchup. In that survey, white voters backed Mr. McCain, 48 percent to 38 percent, over Mr. Obama.

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Obama’s “women problem”

From Gallup:

Since Hillary Clinton decided to concede the Democratic nomination to Barack Obama last week, Obama has established a lead over Republican John McCain in general-election polling. Obama’s gains have come more from women than men, though he has picked up among both groups in recent days.

Obama’s lead among women has now expanded from five percentage points to 13, while his deficit among men has shrunk from six points to two.

I hope this finally shatters the myths, perpetuated by the media, that women weren’t supporting Obama and that those who weren’t never will.  They were and, as this poll shows, they most certainly will. Game on, St. McSame.

Posted by Kevin K. on 06/11/08 at 08:31 AM
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