A blog dedicated to the researchers who dyed a captured chimp's fur pink, then released it. The other chimps promptly tore it to pieces.

Friday, February 25, 2005

Dems have run two gentlemen against Repubs

I think they're going to have to find a son of a bitch to run in '08 if they want to beat the GOP. Al Gore and John Kerry were both far more decent men than Chimpy McDumbfuck, but they were no match for the Rove Machine.

Yes, boys and girls, I think it's obvious to anyone paying attention that we've returned to the era of machine politics, if in fact we ever left it. Upgraded for the new millennium, the machine is live and well and even thriving.

Monday, February 07, 2005

Jonah Goldberg is honest for once in his miserable life.


As for why my sorry a** isn't in the kill zone, lots of people think this is a searingly pertinent question. No answer I could give -- I'm 35 years old, my family couldn't afford the lost income, I have a baby daughter, my a** is, er, sorry, are a few -- ever seem to suffice.

Well, there you have it. Jonah's ass is indeed sorry, which explains a lot now that I think about it.

Saturday, February 05, 2005

This looks like a job for the conservative bloggers!


An 'overzealous volunteer' created a list of 42 people to bar from attending President Bush's speech in Fargo, White House and state party officials said Thursday.

Nothing shows the Chimp Administration's out-and-out disdain for the public quite like constant, blatant lying. Notice how they don't even bother trying to come up with a believable story anymore?

'It was the result of an overzealous volunteer,' said White House spokesman Jim Morrell of the list. 'We weren't aware of it here at the White House.'

Oh, of course not. It's not like you guys have a history of this sort of behavior in the past or anything.

Republican Party officials and Morrell said they do not know the identity of the volunteer.

Then how can they be sure it's a volunteer?

'I don't know if we'd ever be able to find out what overzealous volunteer it is or anything like that,' said Jason Stverak, executive director of the North Dakota Republican Party. 'We'll talk to people and stuff, but it will be impossible.'

Aren't there a bunch of self-styled document experts amongst the conservative bloggers? Surely one of them would be able to assist with determining the identity of the miscreant.

Morrell said do-not-admit lists are not standard practice for the White House.

Yeah - they'd rather just have everybody sign loyalty oaths at the entrance.