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:: posted by buermann @ 2007-01-08 20:45:57 CST | link


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      Yeah, Hillary, Obama, Teddy, Larry, Curly, Moe...get us the hell out of there.
      I saw Mr. Kissinger on that show some time this last week. I thought, Christ, I've entered some bizarre alternate reality.
      Next he'll have Al Gore, Dick Cheney, and a goat putting on a show. Now that's political entertainment.

    posted by leahaz @ 2007-01-08 20:57:19 | link

      Ha ha. Two gay beams of sunlight falling from the droopy clouds and you want to kick around the lumps of coal in your stockings. Mr. Kissinger may have the ear of the executive, but Mr. Colbert has Kissinger's number!

    posted by buermann @ 2007-01-09 00:57:34 | link

      What's Ted's position on this anyway? I thought he was for the withdrawal. Not for actually making it happen? Protectin Hil's backside? I'm not down with all that whatfor up on the hill.

    posted by buermann @ 2007-01-09 01:05:34 | link

      Teddy no like-y the US occupation in Iraq. He voted against going in and is dang proud. He has a bumper sticker and everything.
      As far as withdrawl, I haven't seen any Demo with an actual plan to get out. Lots of "maybe we should"'s and "we need a new direction"'s. That goes for Teddy, Hil, and all the rest of 'em. Typical political smoke and mirrors.

    posted by leahaz @ 2007-01-09 08:41:18 | link

      I thought the majority of em had backed that last timetable-for-being-out-in-a-year proposal.

    posted by buermann @ 2007-01-09 10:54:48 | link




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