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Horseshit!!!
Author: Raine    Date: 09/29/2008 12:23:04

The McCain Campain is dedicated to getting Tina Faye back to SNL. Actually, I think they have been hired to write for them. --- And saving Katie Couric's Career.
Team McCain tells me the strategy of having Palin talk to traditional broadcast networks ABC and CBS was designed to allow Palin to reach the maximum number of viewers. "Coming off her tremendous performance at the convention, our goal was to allow as many Americans as possible an opportunity to see her answer questions about her record, her biography and her principles and convictions on as large a stage as possible," one campaign source told me this afternoon. The new CBS interviews, to be done tomorrow, are intended to keep Palin in the public eye as she prepares for Thursday's debate.

Yes. This is TOTALLY the kind of publicity Palin needs! Totally. Otherwise we would forget about Sarah Palin. More Sarah. We need to know MORE about Sarah. Like this:

It's actually a brilliant Strategy for the McCain campaign. At this point... if Sarah remembers her name on Thursday many people will be happy. Sarah has been in the public spotlight for a month now and if I cared to, I would come up with a greatest hits list for her bumbles. (those bumbles, I might add are '1 heartbeat away from a 72 year old heart')

In the meantime, I am still awed by the performance of John McCain Friday night. It wasn't what he said (which has thoroughly and rightfully been discussed) It was his body language... no wait.. it was his Language, that blew me away. He was a man who looked angry, impatient and cranky. He could not look at Obama. He twitched, smirked and mocked. This was not a presidential candidate, this was a truly angry, cranky old man. He could not keep that temper under control. He cursed twice.. There are a lot more video's of this out there, but I like this one best.


This week should be interesting. Sarah and John... Dumb and Angry. I would find it Hard to work for 2 people like this, much less have them in charge of the country, and yet, this is what the GOP is hoping America will elect. Totally inept is this team, and yet, people still think that this is the best America has to offer. John McCain was right. This is Horseshit.

The reality is this... we cannot sit back and relax. The polls are still close, and they will STILL try to steal our votes. We have a lot of work to do before November 4th. I see the finish line but I know that we still have a ways to go.
:peace: and :heart:
Raine


250 comments (Latest Comment: 09/30/2008 05:51:45 by livingonli)
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Comment by m-hadley on 09/29/2008 12:47:59
Another Rockin' Post Raine-O

Hope your week is off to a great start - can't wait until Thursday :P

Cheers,

mfaye



:gobama:

Comment by wickedpam on 09/29/2008 12:54:36
Morning :hug:

Comment by TriSec on 09/29/2008 12:58:01
Good Morning, my fellow fundamentals!



(Well, we're still sound, aren't we?)





Comment by wickedpam on 09/29/2008 13:03:15
just heard something on the AP news about a triple murder in Yankton

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:03:59
BTW, I changed the Youtube video. I was very sleepy this morning. Long weekend.

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:04:36
Quote by wickedpam:

just heard something on the AP news about a triple murder in Yankton


I just heard that too.



:(







Comment by BobR on 09/29/2008 13:04:47
Morning folks... :coffee:

Comment by BobR on 09/29/2008 13:09:10
Comment by wickedpam on 09/29/2008 13:09:14
Quote by Raine:

Quote by wickedpam:

just heard something on the AP news about a triple murder in Yankton


I just heard that too.



:(











had something to do with an apartment complex and I believe MGM has a cute house there, it was just weird to hear about Yankton on the news



Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:10:00
Barry Peck and the Pecker Family...

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:12:07
Quote by BobR:

This isn't good. Stevens trial may be in jeopardy...


I can't see this getting thrown out.



I also sense this may be lawyers posturing.

Comment by Grumpymann on 09/29/2008 13:12:36
Sick, sick, sick ....



Oh yeah hello folks.

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:13:21
I hated that Jim Lehrer did that.



it was Horsesh*t. my friends. Horsesh*t. :P

Comment by TriSec on 09/29/2008 13:15:17
News from Yankton



YANKTON - Chassidy Bamsey was supposed to get married this afternoon. Instead, family members will be making funeral arrangements.



Bamsey was one of three people gunned down inside an apartment complex Sunday afternoon. She would have been 21 next week, said her stepfather, William Bamsey.



Also killed were her fiancé, Brian Vanwagner, 29, and Robert Riibe, 21, a friend of the couple.



Yankon Police arrested Ernest Benjamin Tupper, 58, in connection with the homicides. He was being held Sunday night in the Yankton County Jail.



Police Chief Duane Heeney said Tupper faces three counts of first-degree murder.



Police received a report at 2:20 p.m. of a shooting at Marne Creek Apartments. When officers arrived, Tupper was in his apartment. A dispatcher talked Tupper out of his home, and officers took him into custody without incident, Heeney said.



Police said they had not established a motive as of Sunday night. But William Bamsey, who lives in the complex with Monica Foxhoven, said Tupper and Riibe, who also has an apartment in the complex, had argued about music.



"He always played his music," William Bamsey said of Riibe. "He might have made (Tupper) angry."



William Bamsey said Tupper ambushed the three after they stepped off an elevator. He was armed with a pistol and fired several shots. He said it appeared that his stepdaughter and Vanwagner had tried to escape. He speculated that they were targeted because they were with Riibe.



Foxhoven heard shooting, looked outside and saw Tupper armed with a pistol.



"I heard he had a mental illness," she said of Tupper.



Both Foxhoven and William Bamsey waited in their apartment, not realizing that Chassidy Bamsey had been shot.



"I didn't know my daughter and her fiancé were shot," he said, still shocked by what had transpired a few hours earlier.



William Bamsey and Foxhoven said they were staying with a sister because they were not allowed to go back into the apartment complex.

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:15:51
Hey! That's Eminem, isn't it? :clap:

Comment by Grumpymann on 09/29/2008 13:24:11
Hello?



Comment by wickedpam on 09/29/2008 13:25:15
hey Grump

Comment by Shane-O on 09/29/2008 13:25:51
Quote by Raine:

Barry Peck and the Pecker Family...


Neighbors of the Focker family...



Comment by Grumpymann on 09/29/2008 13:26:08
Quote by wickedpam:

hey Grump


Hey WP

Good to know I'm here!

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:26:17
Quote by Grumpymann:

Sick, sick, sick ....



Oh yeah hello folks.


I read around the innertubes that this happened after a certain DVD made it's appearance in Ohio. This one.



F*ckers.

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:27:44
Quote by Grumpymann:

Hello?



HELLO!



I was looking up some info about your story there grump.



How are you this fine post debate Monday?

Comment by BobR on 09/29/2008 13:28:08
Quote by Raine:



I can't see this getting thrown out.



I also sense this may be lawyers posturing.


I think he's setting up for an appeal...

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:28:46
DJ! on the Phone!!!

Comment by Grumpymann on 09/29/2008 13:28:50
Quote by Raine:

Quote by Grumpymann:

Sick, sick, sick ....



Oh yeah hello folks.


I read around the innertubes that this happened after a certain DVD made it's appearance in Ohio. This one.



F*ckers.


Yeah I got that in the mail not too long ago. I use it for a coaster for a my dog to drag his ass on.



Comment by Grumpymann on 09/29/2008 13:29:37
Quote by Raine:

Quote by Grumpymann:

Hello?



HELLO!



I was looking up some info about your story there grump.



How are you this fine post debate Monday?


Fine and you?

Comment by wickedpam on 09/29/2008 13:29:45
Quote by Raine:

DJ! on the Phone!!!




So that's was DJ sounds like :D



Comment by Shane-O on 09/29/2008 13:30:16
Wow - I guess DJ has been promoted to 's boss...

Comment by TriSec on 09/29/2008 13:31:03
Quote by Raine:



I read around the innertubes that this happened after a certain DVD made it's appearance in Ohio. This one.



F*ckers.






Ah, that seems to be the newest talking point. My Republican in-laws have been spouting off recently about how bad Islam is and how they want to dominate the world and convert all of us.



(Of course conveniently forgetting that they were all Sephardic Jews until the Spanish Inquisition.)







Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:34:11
Quote by Raine:

Quote by Grumpymann:

Sick, sick, sick ....



Oh yeah hello folks.


I read around the innertubes that this happened after a certain DVD made it's appearance in Ohio. This one.



F*ckers.
How, by the way, is this NOT a terror attack on American Soil?



Comment by TriSec on 09/29/2008 13:35:43
Quote by Raine:

Quote by Raine:

Quote by Grumpymann:

Sick, sick, sick ....



Oh yeah hello folks.


I read around the innertubes that this happened after a certain DVD made it's appearance in Ohio. This one.



F*ckers.
How, by the way, is this NOT a terror attack on American Soil?





Followers of Mohammed? Come on now, you know that doesn't count...





Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:35:48
Quote by Grumpymann:

Quote by Raine:

Quote by Grumpymann:

Hello?



HELLO!



I was looking up some info about your story there grump.



How are you this fine post debate Monday?


Fine and you?
"In What Respect, Cherlie"



:rofl:





Comment by TriSec on 09/29/2008 13:38:30




Did you catch that backtrack on Gov. Palin being well-educatedinformed?





Comment by TriSec on 09/29/2008 13:41:24
I say again, Russia has been sending TU-160s up and down the East Coast to Venezuela; they've also sent a capital ship on a foreign tour through the Caribbean.



Surely, that's near Alaska. But then again, that's not Putin's head; it's his planes and ships, so I guess that's different.





Comment by TriSec on 09/29/2008 13:43:01
You know, he might have been a right-wing tool, but he was jovial and upbeat about it.



That's actually refreshing.





Comment by BobR on 09/29/2008 13:48:00
Quote by TriSec:





Did you catch that backtrack on Gov. Palin being well-educatedinformed?







Comment by Mondobubba on 09/29/2008 13:48:14
Quote by Raine:

Quote by Raine:

Quote by Grumpymann:

Sick, sick, sick ....



Oh yeah hello folks.


I read around the innertubes that this happened after a certain DVD made it's appearance in Ohio. This one.



F*ckers.
How, by the way, is this NOT a terror attack on American Soil?





I said that last night when Bobber posted the article to das blog.

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:52:27


http://i203.photobucket.com/albums/aa213/FourFreedoms/6225c99e.jpg






Comment by Mondobubba on 09/29/2008 13:54:25
BTW, morning everybody!

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 13:58:25




Powerful stuff from the DNC.

Comment by TriSec on 09/29/2008 13:59:45
Ah, greetings Herr Mondo!



Say, quick question....suppose you and I were heads of our nuclear-armed states. We obviously disagree over whether Florida or Massachusetts is superior.



Let's say that a neutral delegation (maybe in Atlanta) offers to host some diplomatic talks.



Would you be more inclined to sit down and talk with no pre-conditions, or if I insisted that you acknowledge that Massachusetts is the most important state in the union first?







Comment by livingonli on 09/29/2008 14:00:02
Good morning everyone.



So I guess if it's a domestic attack by possibly right-wing thugs it's not terrorism. It was noted that in the waning days of the Wiemar Republic that attacks by the Nazis and other right-wing thugs were treated less harshly than if a similar offense by someone who was on the left which meant Liberals, Socialists, and Communists received harsher sentences.

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 14:01:04
Quote by Mondobubba:

BTW, morning everybody!


Good Morning Dahlink!



Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 14:03:12
Quote by TriSec:

Ah, greetings Herr Mondo!



Say, quick question....suppose you and I were heads of our nuclear-armed states. We obviously disagree over whether Florida or Massachusetts is superior.



Let's say that a neutral delegation (maybe in Atlanta) offers to host some diplomatic talks.



Would you be more inclined to sit down and talk with no pre-conditions, or if I insisted that you acknowledge that Massachusetts is the most important state in the union first?





Personally, I think Virginia is FAR better at being Neutral...



Comment by wickedpam on 09/29/2008 14:03:32
Hey Mondo :)

Comment by BobR on 09/29/2008 14:06:47
How Sweden handled it's financial meltdown...



lessons to be learned here.

Comment by m-hadley on 09/29/2008 14:07:58
Quote by Raine:





Powerful stuff from the DNC.




Heya Mondo, TriSec, Livin, Raine, BobR. Mala, and any other 4Fers that I may have unintentially neglected,

I smell another post on Gamblin' Grampy and his casino cronies :P

Love the ad. My advice to Obama after watching the McShame post-debate ad is that Obama should begin every sentence with "John, you are wrong about that, because..."

I hate how they have turned Obama's natural graciousness into a (false) positive for McCain.

Cheers,

mfaye

:gobama:



Comment by Grumpymann on 09/29/2008 14:08:15
Quote by livingonli:

Good morning everyone.



So I guess if it's a domestic attack by possibly right-wing thugs it's not terrorism. It was noted that in the waning days of the Wiemar Republic that attacks by the Nazis and other right-wing thugs were treated less harshly than if a similar offense by someone who was on the left which meant Liberals, Socialists, and Communists received harsher sentences.


Do you mind if I connect that dot?

Comment by Raine on 09/29/2008 14:11:53


Having thought about this article a little more. Keeping in mind that this is the WSJ, not *page 6*... I think that this is the beginning of McCain/Palin to get her to resign for *Family Issues*





Comment by Shane-O on 09/29/2008 14:13:27
The bill DOES include deregulation - see Section 128 - that moves the effective date of the "Financial Services Regulatory Relief Act of 2006" up from 2011 to October 1, 2008...