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October 20, 2015


"Joo wanna play rough?! Okay!
Shay ello to my lil frien!!!!!"

Fidel Castro was a better liar than this callow punk:


Lucy, you got some 'splainin to do. What are you and Ethyl up to. Honey, how can put you in the show, if you can't pass the audition?

"To the moon, Marco, TO THE MOON!!"

(mixing up my old-timey sitcoms; oh well)

Sometimes Polly wants a Betty Cracker (of Balloon Juice):

"Jaysus Harold Christ, what a bunch of saggy-diapered, puling toddlers these people are. I doubt Hillary Clinton wanted to spend 11 hours being grilled by a committee of snarling partisan jackals, but she hitched up her pantyhose and went to Capitol Hill. Because that’s what grownup politicians do.

If these whiny-ass Republican crybabies can’t withstand the ferocious inquisition of CNBC’s Becky Quick, I’m pretty sure they’d go fetal and whimper into their binkies at the mere sight of Putin. What a bunch of craven, candy-ass, sniveling milksops."

What is it in the Republican electorate that this line-up of spoiled, know-nothing reprobates finds so simple to win over?:


or, also from Kevin Drum:

"FIORINA: We have 400,000 small businesses forming every year in this country. How great is that? They are employing themselves, they are potentially employing others. The bad news is, we have 470,000 going out of business every year. And why? They cite Obamacare.

No, we don't have 470,000 businesses going under and claiming it's because of Obamacare. Crikey. By the way, she didn't save 80,000 jobs at HP either. And the tax code isn't 73,000 pages long no matter how often she says it. Nor have 307,000 veterans died because the VA couldn't see them. Etc."

"What is it in the Republican electorate that this "

Mostly they just couldn't give a crap what Kevin Drum, or anyone at Mother Jones, says. Other than "is"/"is not" kind of arguments what does he ever offer?

that's a question you could answer yourself, with 30s of skimming.

here, i'll save you the trouble of typing in the URL:


I'd bet you could make the tax code take up 73,000 pages if you increase the font size. A lot.

It's plenty big enough, though, without the ~30x exaggeration.

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