by WashStateBlue, Sun Sep 27, 2009 at 07:47:43 AM EDT
Who ever the F censored my diary, F-you and the F-ing horse you rode in.
In what F-ing universe, on a Blog that let stand REAMS of blatant racism against the first black president, that lets incredibly stupid SPAM diaries by concern trolls highlight the rec list, has some dumb-ass front pager seen fit to enforce political correctness by editing out a word they found offensive..get with the program, children, this is 2009. B-slapped is an idiom used without any need to check with the policial correctness police;, but it figures on a site that had HUNDREDS of diaries about "Did OBAMA FLIP OFF HILLARY" would some too cool for school chowderhead decide to wash my mouth out with soap, thanks for correcting an obvious male chauvinist pig like me!
Way to focus on keeping it real!!!
On MyDD? Have you stopped and read some of the piles of steaming content free dung that resides on this site?
What, did you read the dairy of the F-ing IDIOT farright democrat over at the palace of racial slime Alegre's Corner and worry your blog was getting a bad name!
Hey, you still have time to write an apology diary to the entire Alegre crew, let them know you are so sorry that one of your bad boy posters offended their delicate sensibilities.
Well that's it, that's the fricking final straw for me.
What a joke. This of all places choosing THAT to censor.
Maybe if you drive out the rest of the intelligent posters, the folks at Alegre's will forgive you all and come back en masse.
by WashStateBlue, Fri Sep 25, 2009 at 09:31:20 AM EDT
This will be short (and oh so sweet), but I wonder if you could see the spittle flying from the mouth of John Kyl (R-Aholeville) after Senator Debbie Stabenow smacked his ugly mug today during the Finance Committee hearings:
by WashStateBlue, Tue Sep 22, 2009 at 11:00:28 AM EDT
My Fellow Americans,
As true American patriots step up to help Health Care CEO's protect their dreams by defeating the Health Insurance Reform Public Option in Congress, isn't it time to turn our attention to the most insidious of all Socialistic Public Options?
by WashStateBlue, Fri Sep 18, 2009 at 12:51:01 PM EDT
OK, I know, only ONE diary per day, but I am just SHOCKED that the more conservative of my Senators has stepped up to the plate, Before Kerry, Before Schumer and said, she is not voting this POS bill out of committee without a public option and a change to the Medicare reimbursement formulae:
by WashStateBlue, Fri Sep 18, 2009 at 10:44:11 AM EDT
One of the phoniest group of folks out there in my NOT so humble opinion are the fellow travelers at the Tea-Bagger Racism Festivals who, because they are too embarrassed to call themselves Republicans, claim they are Libertarians.
You can spot them because they are basically Ron Paul sycophants, all jacked up about the FED and the Gold Standard, but their eyes glaze over if you ask them about Bush and the Patriot Act, domestic spying, etc...They were all for it, at least when Cheney was doing it. How else are we going to catch all those IslamoFacists that are hiding out in Montana?
by WashStateBlue, Fri Sep 18, 2009 at 08:29:40 AM EDT
Anyone watching needs to delete all of Springna's diaries
and close him/her's account pronto!
by WashStateBlue, Thu Sep 17, 2009 at 02:44:48 PM EDT
Well, she may not have been liberal enough for many, but during her first appearance on the SCOTUS bench Associate Justice Sotomayor spoke out about one of the great missteps in US judicial history, the "about to be codified into law" assumption that Corporations are US Citizens just like people, and therefore have all the constitutional rights that human citizens do.
by WashStateBlue, Thu Sep 17, 2009 at 07:58:29 AM EDT
It turns out that only our ConservaDems in congress are scared of their own shadows AND Glenn Beck. But the American Public?
Not so much.
Remember when Baucus and Conrad gave into the mob, and made it extra-double-triple clear in their bill there were no death panels, and no illegal immigrants were going to get coverage, no abortions, etc....
by WashStateBlue, Wed Sep 16, 2009 at 07:18:55 AM EDT
AP is reporting that Has-mat teams were called to the Dirksen Senate Building this morning, in response to phone calls from Senate staffers reporting "a foul and noxious odor" emanating from the Senate office of Montana Senator Max Baucus (D-CorporateSlut).
by WashStateBlue, Fri Sep 11, 2009 at 03:03:20 PM EDT
There are no "what ifs" that make sense in science and technology, but what can be said without any reservations is, the computer you are using to access this board and the rest of the internet, in fact the entire computer revolution can trace a line back to Alan Turing, who not only changed the modern world through his genius, but also probably saved the world from Fascism by breaking the German Enigma code in WW2.