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Fuck you and your weird-ass eyebrow

Tim Kaine has got to go.

For the record, I’m much more upset that the head of the DNC is considering banning stem-cell research in his home state than I am about the vanity license plates. I watched my father wither away from Parkinson’s disease so I have zero patience for this small-minded, anti-science bullshit coming from the chair of the Democratic party.

Posted by Kevin K. on 03/31/09 at 10:35 AM • Permalink

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Looks like someone spooged in <strike>The Joker’s</strike> Dilbert’s right eye.

Howard Dean rescued the DNC from irrelevance and built it into a real powerhouse. But now the Dems seem intent on returning their political flagship to joke status. I can’t help but see this as some kind of bizarre, misdirected Rahm Emanuel slap at Dean—kind of like burning down somebody’s former residence as payback.

But he has such a wonderful American Man Haircut! /peggynoonan

Seriously, what the fuck?

Kaine got into the VA governor’s slot simply because he was Warner’s Lt. Gov. Why he got the DNC job is beyond me.

Having said that, you do have to cut Kaine some slack in VA. The GOP ain’t quite dead yet in the southern and western parts of the state (i.e., areas outside of NoVa).

This is the oddest part of the Dem party these days.  I don’t think Judas was too far off, but they (blue-dogs, DINOs) are trying to treat us like we burned down their house (DLC).  Their ability, ingenuity and ideas…all are of the potency of their Republican couterparts.  Lines need to be drawn, niceguy acts need to be halted.  They need to start recruiting progressives or at least smart soldiers in these clown’s districts.  And separate these idiots from the McCaskills and Kay Hagans…because frankly we’ve been letting these sheisty vets (see Chuck Schumer, Rangel) around them pose like they have the party’s interest at heart.  All of these idiots join Bayh’s shady, shadowy little circle the wagons group for lobbyist. Kaine is just another poser…I’ll never trust Rahm, I agree we need to keep his ass close and humor his little pet project to give the big money donors the appearance of favor.  But the likely suspects are getting nervous.
Like Granholm making a fool of herself schlepping the positives of Waggoner???  Car of the year don’t mean jack when you ain’t even making money post pention renegotiation…

Tom65 I don’t mind cutting the fart some slack but he’s the guy that if this was the blackjack table he should have took his winnings after the license plate double-down.  Stem cell is just silly…that constituentcy will never vote for him anyway…And this goes more to showing truely what the progressive’s vote mean to him.  And that doesn’t seem to be much.

Dear Virginia,

Thanks for all of the tax dollars and jobs we’ll receive when research companies settle here, rather than the lame side of the Potomac.

Sincerely,

Maryland

Hussein -

He still has to work with the nutters because they and the DINOs from down-state still control the legislature, and VA is in the hole like every other state right now. No argument from me about the stem-cell nonsense (my family has a disturbing history of Parkinson’s), but Kaine is kind of stuck pandering to the right until he can get the state back on financial track.

HTP, that was my thought too.

I watched my father wither away from Parkinson’s disease so I have zero patience for this small-minded, anti-science bullshit coming from the chair of the Democratic party.

And I watched my dad degenerate and finally die from Alzheimer’s.  The point of view of these people is beyond me.

The guy looks like a T.V. evangelist.

Do they not realize how many of us suffer from these diseases or have relatives who do? It reminds me of the misplayed Schiavo case, where the Repubs didn’t stop to think how many Americans have had to make the same decision that Schiavo’s husband did.
[url=http://www.democrats.org/page/s/contactissues]
Here’s[/url] the comments page for the DNC, btw.

Kevin and Mar, I am so sorry.
I had an aunt with Parkinson’s. It’s a rough way to go.

Once again, I messed up a link.

http://www.democrats.org/page/s/contactissues

How inept is this?

I don’t mind cutting the fart some slack but he’s the guy that if this was the blackjack table he should have took his winnings after the license plate double-down.  Stem cell is just silly…that constituentcy will never vote for him anyway…And this goes more to showing truely what the progressive’s vote mean to him.

This pretty much sums it up for me.

I wish you had warned us, Betty, that the quote about Noonan’s Manly Man hair enthusiasms was at the bottom of the page. That way, I wouldn’t have had to encounter her weird “The End of Specific Adjectiveness” burblings.

McCaine and Obama have no “placeness.” Peggy decries the End of Placeness. At least McCaine has genes, but Obama’s just a colorless, inert gas! That’s certainly post-racial.


And Americans are such whimsical, unplacey vagabonds:

All this is part of a national story that wasn’t new even a quarter century ago. Americans move. They like moving. Got a lot of problems? The answer may be geographical relocation. New problem in the new place? GTT. Gone to Texas.

Always shooting the moon. Thank goodness there are company relocations and poor employment opportunities to help them do it.

You know you love it, Mrs. P. Later, in my copious free time, I might have to compose a Nooners tribute in this thread. However, that would require at least 2 glasses of bourbon…

Oh Betty, please, please do it. Is it ever too early in the day for bourbon?

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