by Parker, Tue Mar 15, 2005 at 11:24:17 AM EST
I am waiting for the day that they gag on their own shit that they spew.
They are a sickening lot and there is no reason on earth believe that they have the best interest of the GOP at heart not the Democratic base.
They have just come out with their montly lunacy and it is filled with the star spangled banner freaks from their depths...they even shined a light on Brad Carson from underneath what ever rock he lives...If you think Salzar is a waste of space can you imagine if Carson had won... YIKES!!!. This time I think rightly so that it was truly better that the Democrat LOST...no doubt Carson would have outdone Zell and LIEberman together.
by Parker, Sat Feb 12, 2005 at 03:59:22 AM EST
For those who don't have the time to keep up with the book club why not have also a political movie club. It can work on the same basis as the book club but renting a 2 hour DVD fits into some peoples schedules better than reading a 400 page text of the intracacies of political debate.
by Parker, Tue Feb 01, 2005 at 01:04:45 PM EST
Tuesday, February 01, 2005 White House Memo Revealed
The Moose Intelligence Service discovered this apparent top secret Administration communication.
I am uncertain whether it is your determined stealth intervention or our adversary's suicidal predilection that explains this positive development. You have infiltrated the highest levels of the opposition party and appear to be determining their fate on our behalf.
I must admit that I did not think that this would be possible, dear servant. My cup runneth over with my deep appreciation. I am hardly worthy to be your mentor. I directed you to put in place that man that is a scream as the leader of our adversaries and you are on the cusp of fulfilling my directive. Another sign that the Lord is on our side!
Over the past two years, we have discovered that the weakness of our foe is in the areas of values and national security. They are perceived by many in the heartland as northeastern elitists who believe that southerners all drive prick-up trucks adorned with confederate flags. I commend you for placing an individual to lead our foes who personifies all of these weaknesses.
Not only that, he was the subject of international ridicule and late night comedians.
My gratitude to you is without boundaries!
We must restrain our glee over this apparent development. Last time this individual came forward, we were far too obvious in our preference. I, too, was guilty of premature elation. Rather, we must now prepare for the aftermath. I have consequently directed my minions to prepare all of the opposition work. The task is far too easy. Consider this gem - he once suggested that Osama should not be prejudged before he has a jury trial. I kid you not.
Our friends at the talk shows and Fox will spread the word. Just look how we assaulted two war heroes! We have plans to hold press conferences with party switchers in reaction to the election. The ads are in the can to associate our foes' office holders with their new leader.
The question I keep asking myself is are our foes so witless or are your efforts so sublime? It is as if our adversaries are mimicking the Heavens Gate cult and donned the purple veils and black nikes to enter the hereafter!
My friend, for over thirty years since I learned my trade at the feet of my marvelously evil master - the late and great RMN, we have employed cultural wedge issues to gain and retain power. Your efforts have made my task so much easier.
I am indebted to you.
by Parker, Mon Jan 24, 2005 at 02:40:32 PM EST
Is there another dimension of MyDD that I don't know about? I got this "private" reply that does not not show up on the main screen.
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by laddy on Mon Jan 24th, 2005 at 07:01:51 PM EST
The whole premise behind your comment is childish. NDN supported and gave money to Democrats who ran closely in support of labor issues, and/or against free trade, and/or supported by NARAL, and/or supported by the National Building Trades, and/or Mineworkers, and/or Teamsters, and/or were against the war, and/or ran on platforms for gay rights, and/or stricter regulation, and/or etc..... In fact under my childish retort to your comment, I could argue that Rosenberg should be seen as an even better candidate because he was able to get Koch to give money that negated whatever money was given to a Republican opponent and went against their own ideological interests. I don't think Democrats should unilaterally disarm or refuse to accept money from a whole group of people. I'm positive the NDN's fundraisers have a high code of ethics and are progressives but in the end they care about raising money which should partly be the goal of a commitee like NDN. In fact you'd be suprised by how many NDN Democrats voted against the war. The fundraising side of the operation is 3 steps removed from the policy end of an overall Democratic agenda, but the actual use is only one step removed from fighting Republicans. I say kudo's to Rosenberg and NDN for actual fighting this last cycle.
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Re: Let's be absolutely clear... none (#24)
by Parker on Mon Jan 24th, 2005 at 07:28:31 PM EST
Let's not be childish. Koch industries which is a neo-con corporation funded the NDN to gain influence. There is nothing redeeming about the fact that Rosenberg accepted the money.
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by Parker, Tue Jan 18, 2005 at 03:20:47 PM EST
Here's a disclaimer for ya'--you bet your ass I want Dean to beat Frost--Chris
Governor Howard Dean was endorsed today by several state Democratic Party chairs and vice chairs, adding to his broad, diverse and growing list of support both among the members of the Democratic National Committee (DNC). The list of voting DNC state party chairs and vice-chairs supporting Governor Dean include:
Florida: Chairman Scott Maddox, Vice-Chairwoman Diane Glasser
Mississippi: Chairman Wayne Dowdy
Oklahoma: Chairman Jay Parmley, Vice-Chairwoman Debbe Leftwich
Utah: Vice-Chairwoman Nancy Woodside
Washington: Chairman Paul Berendt
Vermont: Chairman Peter Mallary
This list of supporters signifies that people in every region of the country approve of Dean's vision and structure that he wants to bring to the DNC.
by Parker, Sat Jan 15, 2005 at 12:17:42 AM EST
I have finally put my finger on the philosophical tendencies of this administration. Some admistrations lead by "Example": I am ok, you are ok; others lead by "Conviction": We must do what is neccessary; others by "Integrity": Trust me.
However, this administration philosophy is "Le mauvais foi": strict interpretation...Bad faith.