• Don't know why, but I always assumed dtaylor2 was a man.

    I don't know about gender stereotypes, but the PUMAs so make Hillary Clinton look bad. In fact, I think a big Harriet Christianesque meltdown for the TeeVee cameras in Denver might even be good for Obama.

  • I don't think your side fully gets how we feel.

    We get it. We just don't care. You are neither terribly complicated nor especially interesting. You're an infantile narcissist.  There are not eighteen million voters with your attitude.

    Grow up or fuck off, makes no difference to me.

  • Does this mean we're witnessing the Final Tantrum Of Dtaylor2?


  • on a comment on Denver Open Thread over 5 years ago

    Yes, allowed. In Grown Up World, conventions are run by the nominee with the intent of electing said nominee.

  • Dragging up old comments and whining about the Democratic ticket? Also known as trolling.

    What's especially sad about you people is that you took the name PUMA. Pumas are beautiful animals. You people are sad, bitter, little losers. Walking down the road a while back, I saw a small snake that had gotten stuck in the adhesive of a shipping sticker. It couldn't move and got fried by the sun. I can't think of a snappy acronym, but I think it's a more accurate image for the bitter dead-enders. Except, of course, I felt sorry for the snake, and the snake didn't choose to expire that way.

  • comment on a post Get Over It - UPDATED over 5 years ago

    All that is left is for her to give her little consolation-prize speech at the convention, then the Democratic party will finally be done with her

    Hillary Clinton is in a position to become one of historic lions of the Senate. This time next year, I hope we're all fighting Mitch McConnell and John Boehner to get a Kennedy-Clinton Health Insurance Reform Act to President Obama's desk.

  • comment on a post Is Fournier Moonlighting for McCain? over 5 years ago

    Karl Rove exchanged e-mails about Pat Tillman with Associated Press reporter Ron Fournier, under the subject line "H-E-R-O." In response to Mr. Fournier's e-mail, Mr. Rove asked, "How does our country continue to produce men and women like this," to which Mr. Fournier replied, "The Lord creates men and women like this all over the world. But only the great and free countries allow them to flourish. Keep up the fight."

    http://www.thecarpetbaggerreport.com/arc hives/16198.html

  • Can't respond to the substance, eh, Sparky?

    Why do you people insist on starting fights you can't win? You just look like sad, whiny losers when you're forced to fall back on personal invective like this.

    But that picture of the dog peeing on an Obama sign? Priceless. How are those calls to the superdelegates going? Have you maxed out to help Your Girl pay off Mark Penn?

  • I can't say if you're dishonest, ignorant, or some combination thereof, but the objection to "Your Girl" was not her initial vote for the war, it was her refusal and/or inability to admit that vote was a mistake. Most of us enthusiastically supported John Kerry in '04. My first choice in the primary was Edwards.

    Clinton's problem wasn't just her vote, it was her attitude toward those of us who were right when she was wrong, the sneering contempt with which she referred to those who opposed the war, her self-serving flattery of the crackpot warmonger John McCain (which makes your inclusion of Biden's McCain-blowing a bit less effective to those of us who aren't part of the Hillary Cult).

    Those are the facts, gang. And this is a fact too, guys: It's over, by a long shot. You're done, no matter what kind of circle-jerk of delusion you maintain over at Alegre's funhouse. And please keep that up. It's more fun to watch than a video of drunken baboons.

  • and Hillary Clinton's accomplishments.....?

  • comment on a post Obama to Resurrect Truman Office Furniture over 5 years ago

    Thanks for the comedy over at Alegre's nuthouse.

    This diary is especially comical from a Clinton supporter.

    "Everything is everybody's fault but Hillary's!!



    Give my best to the "gang". It shouldn't take you long, judging from that big old fail of a "national conference".

  • on a comment on Now Feingold is an enemy ? over 5 years ago

    There's a difference between electoral politics and foreign policy. And Feingold's mealy-mouthed simpering in politics increases the risk of more Bush/McCain foreign policy. And domestic policy.

  • on a comment on Now Feingold is an enemy ? over 5 years ago

    "even if McCain supports those things..."

    Jesus, moron, maybe you should read a newspaper and learn what the candidates stand for before you long in and start prissily lecturing people on "how the Senate works".

    Lemme guess, 'you didn't leave the Democrat party, the Democrat party left you when they turned on a fine, principled statesman like Joseph I. Lieberman!'

  • on a comment on Now Feingold is an enemy ? over 5 years ago

    Feingold doesn't sell himself as an inside player who works the Senate rules. He sells himself as a paragon of virtue and principle.

    but I douby no one else does.

    hmmm... everybody makes typos, but it looks like you lost the thread of what you thought was going to be some devastating repartee there.

    I think you would better yourself if you understood how 'preview' works.

  • comment on a post Now Feingold is an enemy ? over 5 years ago

    . But even though I feel strongly about that, I can't sit here and say that John McCain doesn't have the temperament to be the president of the United States. I frankly think he does. And I think he'd be a good president....

    John McCain supports torture, domestic spying, pre-emptive war, an end to checks and balances, criminalizing abortion, shredding the social safetynet, privatizing Social Security, health care as a privilege, drilling to enrich oil companies while doing nothing for consumers, discriminating against gays, and many other things that don't fly from the top of my head to the pit of my stomach to make me sick.

    The question is not about "throwing people under the bus" (as the usual nitwits trot out there little trolling phrasebook) but it these things mean anything to Russ Feingold. I believe they do.
    So how can Russ Feingold, as he put it a week ago, be "comfortable" with a McCain presidency?

    There are two Beltway diseases on display here. First of all, Feingold is polishing his own knob, masturbating to the thought of a what a mavericky, non-partisan he is. Two, putting social relationships before policy. This is why we still have Lieberman. If Russ wants to have dinner with John, that's none of by business. If Senator Feingold is jerking himself and his friend off at the expense of the things I believe in (and that he does, which is why he's an idiot), then it becomes my business.


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