Saturday, April 12, 2008

Maron and Rhodes

PART ONE



PART TWO(with some overlap from part one)



There you have it, like her or not, the real skinny, and FU Larry and your fascist bosses.

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6 comments:

DEN said...

Start the day off with a vid or two, better get to work, tons of stuff needs doing around the El Ranchero, riding and roping mainly, watch out for rattlesnakes.

Coffee in the corner, asparagus on the side, dig in!

Alan said...

Top Ten Signs Your Campaign is Not Going Well

haha I liked #6 the best...
6. The campaign is so strapped for cash, that your “3 AM” commercials have to run at … 3 AM!

David B. Benson said...

For arcane reasons, I had to reboot my computer and it doesn't come up quite properly. What a nuisance!

Yesterday the last tiny patch of snow melted and today its a sunny 68 F here. Tomorrow is predicted to readch 72 F. Mid-April?

David B. Benson said...

reach

I need to proofread before sending the comment...

micki said...

It was 71ยบ F on Lummi Island today.

Mid-April??!

DEN said...

Obama leaves a bomber for all!

MISHAWAKA, Ind. - A political tempest over Barack Obama's comments about bitter voters in small towns has given rival Hillary Rodham Clinton a new opening to court working class Democrats 10 days before Pennsylvanians hold a primary that she must win to keep her presidential campaign alive.
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Obama tried to quell the furor Saturday, explaining his remarks while also conceding he had chosen his words poorly.

"If I worded things in a way that made people offended, I deeply regret that," Obama said in an interview with the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal.

But the Clinton campaign fueled the controversy in every place and every way it could, hoping charges that Obama is elitist and arrogant will resonate with the swing voters the candidates are vying for not only in Pennsylvania, but in upcoming primaries in Indiana and North Carolina as well.

Political insiders differed on whether Obama's comments, which came to light Friday, would become a full-blown political disaster that could prompt party leaders to try to steer the nomination to Clinton even though Obama has more pledged delegates. Clinton supporters were eagerly hoping so.

OOOOYahoo!

Boy domt try to tdo that shgitfaced.

I'so outa here!