Teh Squeaky Wheel
O grabbin’ greetings!
Another Monday morning to live through…
Oooh, that sounded Backhoe-ish. Let me try again.
I’m grateful for the opportunity to see what fresh hell will be unleashed upon us all.
Nope, that wasn’t it.
See ya later.
Gaaaaaaaaaaaah!!11! from Happy Larryville, GN!
Hai, RabBeet; heh!
And for all of our Iranian readers (along with Jimmuh teh Peanut), happy Death to America Day; ulululululululululul!
How time flies. It seems like it was just a couple of weeks ago that I was mailing out the last batch of Hallmark Death to America Day cards. It’s been a year already?
Good morning, GN!
Good morning, Gerbil Nation!
The thread pic makes me glad I don’t shop at Walmart.
Good morning, RabBiT, Fatwa, and Sven!
Off to the salt mines, where it’s good to be an overseer, and not a student slave.
It seems like it was just a couple of weeks ago that I was mailing out the last batch of Hallmark Death to America Day cards.
America is the Great Shaitan
It’s a place that we’re always beratin’
We made Jimmy Carter
Into a martyr
And we’ll never, ever stop hatin’
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Death to Great Shaitan
(And every last Jooooo)
Off to the salt mines…
Yay!!! Fresh salt air!!!
Since I’ve already kilt teh thread:
Got home a few minutes ago from a townhall with Woodall and am so angry, all I will say is that my congressman is a pandering Republitool who has absolutely been co-opted less than halfway through his second term. (Since he was a minion of his predecessor -- John Linder -- I suspect he was actually co-opted before he took his oath the first time.)
I predict his staff will grow to dislike me intently. And if we actually hit a lottery for a large enough amount before the end of February, I’ll be sorely tempted to try and primary his ass myself. 😉
When your blood pressure will allow, I’d love to hear about your experience.
In general terms: he’s a panderer who is clearly more interested in being re-elected than doing a good job. Or defending the Constitution. Only mentioned the Oversight Committee in passing re a (to me) relatively trivial matter. He took four or five written questions (which I quite strongly suspect were pre-vetted) and only fully answered one of them.
I disagreed with nearly every bit of policy he discussed. A lot in most cases.
His “live” demeanor was pretty much that of a second-tier, sleazy televangelist; impressed with his own disingenuous humility, a fake earnest smile for the marks and a whiff of condescension.
Since I sat in the front row, I feel like I need a shower…with an abrasive blaster of some sort. Possibly followed by a nuking from orbit.