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With the shut-down crazies running the House

I think a government shutdown and debt default is more than likely. Teapublicans only fear a primary from the right. They have no interest in the country at large. They will be cheered on by their teaparty zombies as the ship of state sinks.

The Reich Wing are true home grown terrorists.

In 1985 Dwight Gooden's record was 24-4. In those 4 losses the Mets

scored a total of one run.

JIm Palmer pitched 3948 innings in MLB and never allowed a grand slam.

Mureica Xceptionalism

1. Don't repair roads and bridges.

2. Do nothing about shootings in schools

3. Single payer health insurance never adopted.

4. Students burdened with college to grave debt.

5. Science is a liberal conspiracy.

6. Religious test for public office, apparently.

What is a movie that caused you to applaud at the end?

For me it was "The Right Stuff."

Calculated Suffering as a Governing Strategy


This long article is about how airlines make the flying experience so miserable that people will pay exorbitant fees to escape said misery. Never mind that these services are ones that in the near too distant past were free.

It seems to me that this calculated suffering model is one adopted by the baggers to inflict misery upon society. Make government so dysfunctional that those who can pay, will pay to escape the misery. Toll roads, private fire departments, private security firms guarding protecting gated communities, private schools, universities with tuitions so great people become indentured to attend, the list is endless.

The baggers shutting down the government is one of the best examples of calculated suffering as a political strategy.

One of the scariest aspects of a Teabagger Speaker of the House...

Line of succession to the Presidency: VP, Bagger Speaker of the Reich Wing House.

Excuse me, i need a drink or a thousand.

Who was the first player in MLB history to steal a base in 4 decades?

Ted Williams

And he had only 24 stolen bases in his career.

The Splendid Splinter.

Greatest hitter ever.

Yogi Berra Stat. #2

On October 2, 1947 he became the first player to hit a pinch home run in the World Series. It happened at Ebbets Field.

WTFaux News--Fox News Confronts Shrub's Bro over unfair Tax Cuts


Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush suggested that the wealthiest top 1 percent of Americans would receive more benefits from this tax plan than the middle class because “that’s just the way it is.”

When Faux news points out the festering boil, which masquerades as rethug economic policy, then the blood moon tonight must truly be the harbinger of the end times. I need to hurry up and get one last Moon Pie and slurpee.
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