Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Senatorial blow

Oh great. Now all these Senators are talking about this great moment and how proud they are and critical issues and the founding fathers.

Why don't they just drop to their knees and fellate each other?

11 comments:

Amy L. Hanna said...

OMFG I just had silmilar thoughts (aloud) earlier during the re-broadcast of Countdown With Keith Olbermann when they gathered before the press to give their post mortem:
Too many dicks ... not enough orifices.

Velvet Fog said...

Erin,
You need to drink a bottle of wine and get laid.

It will help you stop obsessing about this.

And don't wuss out, drink the whole damn bottle. Well, maybe half a bottle. When you drink as much as I do, a bottle ain't what it used to be.

garrett said...

If they weren't all completely lying out their orifices it would be easier to take. To be visiting a disaster upon their constituents in reality while in fairytale land to be saying things like "we are protecting the retirement accounts of our elderly folks" (paraphrase) like Harry Reid is quoted in the CNN article about this vote is just gross.

These people are waging deliberate war on the purchasing power of the U.S. dollars we all count on for our existence. And they are lying to us about it.

EOB - note that your boy Obama voted for this shite. (So did McCain, of course.) My man Ron Paul has been on TV preaching the gospel about what is really going on here during all this bailout stuff.

Thanks for hating it, EOB, by the way. I love you, lady.

emmapeelDallas said...

Well, Barny'd be willing to help out with that...

Anonymous said...

Everybody just chill, we've been down this road before, we'll survive...and this handy dandy interweb thingee is going to lead to a level of transparency in business and government that has never existed before.



http://www.usnews.com/articles/opinion/2008/09/18/past-present-alexander-hamilton-and-the-start-of-the-national-debt.html

George Washington and Alexander Hamilton faced a similar situation in 1790. Interesting history.

RJ

deangc said...

Because they're all so old their knees can't take all the kneeling.

Zen Wizard said...

New Tax earmarks in Bailout bill-

Film and Television Productions (Sec. 502)-
Wooden Arrows designed for use by children (Sec. 503)-
6 page package of earmarks for litigants in the 1989 Exxon Valdez incident, Alaska (Sec. 504)

Tax earmark “extenders” in the bailout bill.-

Virgin Island and Puerto Rican Rum (Section 308)- American Samoa (Sec. 309)-
Mine Rescue Teams (Sec. 310)-
Mine Safety Equipment (Sec. 311)-
Domestic Production Activities in Puerto Rico (Sec. 312)-
Indian Tribes (Sec. 314, 315)-
Railroads (Sec. 316)-
Auto Racing Tracks (317)-
District of Columbia (Sec. 322)-
Wool Research (Sec. 325)

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Yes, an Indian drunk on Puerto Rican Rum driving around a NASCAR track shooting arrows safe for kids at a fisherman that got Exxon oil spilled on him 20 years ago while some fruitcake from Hollywood films it is...ONE PROUD MOMENT IN AMERICAN HISTORY...

garrett said...

Great comment, Zen Wizard.

I am going to go vomit.

philbilly said...

And the senator from Idaho requests time; granted; Senator Craig, the floor is yours.

ben said...

After the cameras stopped rolling, that is precisely what happened.

Rory L. Aronsky said...

"There is something good and motherly about Washington, the grand old benevolent National Asylum for the helpless." - Mark Twain