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I just love it when the AP News does a reality check and basically makes the right wing noise machine look even more stupid, than they already are.  Once again, the right noise machine tried to make Barack Obama look bad and failed.

It really doesn’t surprise me that the Republicans are going this route in this election. If I were scared to death that my party was going to be nuked into extinction in the 2008 election, I would be quite the testy person myself.

Edward Morrissey asks if the wheels are coming off of Obama’s Campaign. I very highly doubt that. Coming off the GOP’s wagon, quite possibly. I mean, why else would the GOP have their hit men, like Ann Coulter, make broadside smear comments about Edwards?  Hey, don’t look at me like that, I’ve heard my share of Republicans say that Ann Coulter has balls.

Oh and by the way, I’m a new writer around here. If you’ve not already noticed, I’m a progressive. Hey, someone has to be the alternative voice around here opposite the likes of Ann Coulter and Michael Savage and the rest of those brain dead Republicans, right? It might as well be me. I just happen to be the cheapest and possibly the most naive person that Blogcritics could find. Nice to meet you too.

So do you want to know what I really think?

I think that before this protracted primary season is all over with, and the General election finally starts, Edwards will be labeled a closet homosexual, Hillary a lesbian, and Obama an Uncle Tom. If this article offended you, I’ve done my job. If this article made you laugh, I’ve really done my job. If it both offended you and made you laugh, you need to see a doctor.

 

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  • http://theglenblog.blogspot.com Glen Boyd

    Nice article Chuck. And welcome to Blogcritics. So speaking of balls, and not Ms. Coulter’s–I have to commend you on your own cajones for coming in here as a new writer and jumping right into the shark pool that is our politics section.

    Hopefully, Nalle, Bambanek, Clavos and all the rest of those nasty conservatives won’t chew you up too badly here. Basically they’re decent guys– for Republicans anyway. Just very sharp-tongued at times.

    So watch yer step. And guys, go easy on the newbie okay…

    -Glen

  • http://thepopulistblog.com Chuck Adkins

    You’re Welcome, I think. *gulp*

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    Chuck, interesting thoughts, but on the whole it doesn’t make much sense. Why would the republicans be wasting so much effort now on individual democratic candidates when they can go after the whole party on their failure to back the Iraq strategy and then focus on whoever ends up getting nominated next year?

    Dave

  • http://thepopulistblog.com Chuck Adkins

    strategy? You mean the strategy of this so called War that was based upon lies and cherry picked Intellegence? A war that was never authorized by the U.N.?

    You mean that strategy?

    -Chuck

  • http://theglenblog.blogspot.com Glen Boyd

    Let the games begin…

  • http://www.roblogpolitics.blogspot.com RJ

    “the right noise machine tried to make Barack Obama look bad and failed.”

    No, I think Barack Hussein Obama is doing a nice enough job of making himself look like a fool. He really doesn’t need any help, at this point.

    “Retreat from Iraq!” “Invade Pakistan!” “Give White House invites to Fidel Castro, Hugo Chavez, Kim Jong-il, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, and Bashar al-Assad!” “Never use nukes!” “Well, maybe use nukes…I’m not tellin’!” “Our military personnel in Afghanistan are slaughtering innocent civilians!” “Afghanistan is the legitimate war!”

    Well, at least he didn’t invoke Genghis Khan…yet…

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    Well Chuck, your article did a good job of creating the impression you were capable of at least trying to think about complex subjects. Comment #4 is such a knee-jerk, packaged reaction that I guess I overestimated you. Sorry to have wasted my time.

    Dave

  • http://www.robot-of-the-week.com Christopher Rose

    Dave, now if only you were also not programmed by your own little set of knee-jerk, packaged reactions. I know you think you’re not, but that’s just part of your programming.

  • http://LesPaulisanexcellentguitarplayerwithanadmirablegraspofgoodjazz. bliffle

    Nice debut, Chuck. You must have made a good point since you’ve apparently offended the fragile sensibilities of our most delicate political editor.

  • http://thepopulistblog.com Chuck Adkins

    The problem with most right wingers, is they’ve got thier heads buryied so far up their asses, that they cannot see reality. I made my point and it’s being exposed, But I can see that I am really not wanted here. this is why it took a whole 24 hours for my article to be approved. So, I think I’ll just refrain from submitting articles on this Blog. It’s been fun, it’s been real, but, it ain’t been real fun.

    Ciao!

    -Chuck

  • http://www.robot-of-the-week.com Christopher Rose

    Chuck, you are getting your knickers in a twist about nothing.

    Firstly, all articles, even those written by the site owners, are edited by somebody. This is done simply to maintain a decent standard of writing and is one of the reasons this site has a much higher profile than many others that were spawned in the blogosphere.

    All the editors are volunteers not employees, so sometimes it can take a little while to get stuff published, particularly if there are any writing-related wrinkles or queries. This is a source of frustration to everybody, both writers and editors, but it just goes with the territory.

    It is completely wrong to say that you are not wanted here because Blogcritics is proud to be a broad church or big tent that does not toe any line about anything except writing standards.

    On the other hand, there are people on the site who have fairly partisan views and nobody, again including the site owners, is going to get a free pass about anything.

    Maybe you’re simply not used to having to defend your perspective; if that is the case and you can’t take the heat, then this site is certainly not your kitchen…

  • http://thepopulistblog.com Chuck Adkins

    Chris,

    It’s obvious, you are a professional Liar, Just like th rest of the Republicans…

    Good day!

  • http://culturesalad.blogspot.com Ray Ellis

    What the hell did you expect, Chuck? Did you really believe everyone was going to worship at your altar?

    I’ve read your ~ahem~ article several times, and I still have no idea what you’re trying to convey. Are you the Anti-Ann?– spewing, but saying nothing?You defined yourself as “progressive” but you failed to define one single view you hold.

    For the record, Chris is not a professional liar–he hasn’t even achieved apprentice level.

    You’d do well to realize that not everybody who calls you on anything is not necessarily a republican. Some of us merely have little patence for thin-skinned reactionaries.

  • Nancy

    Pity you’re quitting so soon, Chuck. I enjoyed the article, & admired your guts in tossing out the glove for combat. But to be a blogger here you kind of have to have some sort of staying power & stamina instead of just taking your toys & going home the first time you think you’ve been snubbed.

    Chris isn’t a GOP, FYI. Nor is he a liar that I know of – & I’ve been haunting this website for 2+ years now. And you’ve only met Nalle, one of the most benign of our conservative commentators. Haven’t even come up against Arch, BD, Lumpy, or RJ, let alone MR who’s in a class by herself.

    Do give it a little more time than this, Chuck.

  • Nancy

    Ray is spot-on in this: not everybody who will savage you is going to be GOP. I’ve been known to chew a few Lefties myself from time to time. The nice thing about BC is that most of the commentators are equal-opportunity political savagers of both sides.

  • troll

    (oh good…another pointlessly partisan player)

    Chas – get your own head out of … the sand and look around: both parties are participants in this run away federal government

    do you believe that a democrat controlled executive is going to support a roll back of the patriot act or relinquish newly established executive controls over habeas corpus and posse comitatus…and spy satellites – ?

  • http://www.robot-of-the-week.com Christopher Rose

    Chucky, not only am I neither a professional liar nor a Republican, I’m not even an American. I can actually lie quite well when I want to but I prefer to tell the truth, it makes life more interesting and cuts out a lot of bullshit.

    However, it seems you are indeed out of your depth on this site and probably should pack it in. You might be a “progressive” and even a “populist”, but you’re apparently too fragile a flower to flourish in the bright light of Blogcritics. What a shame.

  • Dr Dreadful

    Juts took a peek at Chuck’s blog. Very eye-opening, especially his personal bio. The fact that he’s an ex-fundamentalist Christian, among other things, may go some way to explaining why he’s so thin-skinned.

    He reckons that he may post on BC again but would disable comments… Er, correct me if I’m wrong, Chris, but that wouldn’t be his decision to make, right?

  • Nancy

    Disable comments? Then why bother posting on a BLOG site, fer chrissakes? That’s the whole point of blogsites, after all. Yeah, I agree, Chris … perhaps better he stay where it’s sheltered & warm & he doesn’t hear things inimical to his ego. God knows he won’t get that kind of consideration here from any of us, of any persuasion-!

  • http://www.futonreport.net/ Matthew T. Sussman

    Jesus, it took me longer to read the bio. Enjoy your pigeonhole, Chuck.

  • http://culturesalad.blogspot.com Ray Ellis

    Dr. D–I wasn’t going to mention his blog, so as not to inadvertently send traffic his way. But did you notice the bit about how BC “asked” him to contribute?

  • Nancy

    Eric must be laughing his ass off.

  • Dr Dreadful

    I did see that. I’m sure Eric did ask him to contribute… after Chuck had sent him the exploratory e-mail, as specified in the guidelines post entitled “Are You a Blogcritic?”

    Still waiting to hear back from E.O. re my own request for BC writerhood. Don’t worry: if accepted, I will entertain all manner of interesting and colorful comments, especially from moonraven. ;-)

  • http://desicritics.org Aaman

    Authors must recognize that once their creation is let loose on the world, it is no longer their property, the feedback may be instantaneous, as on a blog, or never received, as with most books, but it exists as part of the creation, the meta-universe of the creation, as it were.

    Interesting analysis, Chuck, although the knife cuts both ways.

  • http://culturesalad.blogspot.com Ray Ellis

    I look forward to reading your pieces, Dr. D–and perhaps occasionally sparring with you. Not to worry–I’m anything but thin skinned.

  • http://blogcritics.org/video Lisa McKay

    But I can see that I am really not wanted here. this is why it took a whole 24 hours for my article to be approved.

    Just to clarify any misconceptions you (or anyone else) might have, Chuck, we don’t “approve” articles in the sense that we require them to conform to some editorial point of view, as Christopher has already pointed out with his big tent reference. As he’s also pointed out, our volunteer editorial staff does its level best to get content published round the clock.

    If you consider the incredibly mild response you got to this piece too hot to handle, I can only assume you haven’t spent much time doing this sort of thing.

    And no, writers here aren’t allowed to disable comments.

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    Let’s be honest about this piece. If it took longer to be published than expected it was likely because of the lack of substance and the rather unimpressive content. Chuck makes a couple of good points, but the article isn’t really developed the way it ought to be for maximum effectiveness.

    What’s most impressive about the article is that it doesn’t read like it’s written by the kind of egotistical primadonna which Chuck demonstrated himself to be in the comment section.

    Had I seen the article before someone else got to it I would have sent it back for further development, which Chuck would probably have taken as political censorship.

    Sorry to hear Chuck is leaving us. Like a lot of other writers he could have learned something here – and he has a lot ot learn.

    Dave

  • http://culturesalad.blogspot.com Ray Ellis

    There’s a monumental difference between “political censorship” and recognizing crap writing for what it is, Dave. Are you sure you’re not vying for a spot in the Diplomatic Corps?

    BTW– you might want to check out his site to see his nearly libelous attack on Blogcritics. He actually referred to us all as “Republicans.” But in a altruistic gesture, he didn’t rule out posting here again, with the caveat that he will magically disable comments.

  • Nancy

    If he does, do we have to genuflect?

  • http://culturesalad.blogspot.com Ray Ellis

    I don’t think so, Nancy. We might have to favor him with a few rousing banjo notes, though.

  • Nancy

    And he called us ALL “Republicans”? Even Zing2 & Bliffle & me? Even MR? Geez…he must be from somewhere to the left of … of… I can’t think of anyone that far to the left, that I don’t find myself back on the far right again. Moi, a Republican. Well if that don’t beat all.

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    Ray, as happened some time ago when Cerulean left the site, I expected Chuck to take potshots from the safety of his own echo chamber. Was just about to check it out when I saw your comment.

    Nancy, the funniest is that he called Chris a Republican. Maybe that non-conformist political ideology is what got him exiled from Britain to Spain.

    Dave

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    I went over to his blog and checked it out. I left a couple of comments, but he’s put all comments on moderate status and is apparently deleting any comments from Blogcritics users.

    Ray wrote:

    There’s a monumental difference between “political censorship” and recognizing crap writing for what it is, Dave.

    Not according to Chuck. In his manifesto on his site he’s declared that all editing is by its nature censorship. You figure it out. IMO he’s not ready for prime time.

    I did leave him this message, which he almost certainly won’t let through to his comments section:

    Blogcritics is a non-partisan site. Nothing there is edited for political content. Most of the editors lean left, and the comment section probably leans left as well. In the politics section, we have two leftist editors, one conservative and one who’s a Liberal Republican (me), so we cover the bases.

    If you ever want to write professionally you should be prepared to be edited AND to be criticized by those who read your work. If you can’t handle a litlte criticism then you’re not ready to write for a public audience.

    Blogcritics has been a lot of help to a lot of writers, both political on left and right, and non-political. It’s made them better writers and increased their exposure.

    That said, it’s not for everyone. Left-leaning writers seem to be used to writing to a like-minded audience and that makes it hard for them when they go out into a more diverse environment.

    If blogcritics was not for you, I’d suggest trying DailyKos. I’ve got a diary there as well as blogging on BC, and although you’ll still get criticism, you’ll probably find people there more harmonious with your viewpoint.

    And that’s about all the good advice I’ve got for him.

    I will point out that when I first came on BC I wrote an article decrying this echochamber mentality among leftist bloggers and was roundly abused for it, but I have to say that Chuck isn’t the only evidence I’ve seen that this problem is very real.

    Dave

  • http://www.booklinker.blogspot.com Deano

    Left-leaning writers seem to be used to writing to a like-minded audience and that makes it hard for them when they go out into a more diverse environment.

    Dave, Dave, Dave….{shakes head sadly}.

    You just can’t stop yourself can you?

  • http://www.futonreport.net/ Matthew T. Sussman

    I know I should let sleeping dogs lie, but this is just way too fun. From Chuck’s blog:

    A really good friend of mine once said, “You can’t fix stupid”,

    Wow, Chuck Adkins is friends with Ron White?!?

  • http://culturesalad.blogspot.com Ray Ellis

    Dave, if you read his bio, he was dismissed from DailyKos, too. Chuck is neither left, right or centrist. He lives in his own “echo chamber” from where he hears the sounds of his own voice, and nothing else.

  • http://theugliestamerican.blogspot.com Andy Marsh

    I just wanna know what the secular CR is doing using any reference to churches in his comments…you’re gonna go to hell for that CR!!!

  • Nancy

    I think that’s the fundamentalist in him, not whether he’s left or right. That’s typical fundie mentality, of any religion.

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    Deano, I’m sure there are people on the right who are just as bad and just as closed-minded, but I don’t even have enough interest in their views to find where their creepy little dungeons of religious hatemongering are located on the net. I expect nothing of them and seek nothing from them. From people who claim to be liberal I expect liberal attitudes and thus set myself up to be disappointed.

    Dave

  • REMF

    “…views to find where there creepy little dungeons of religious hatemongering are located on…”
    – Dave Nalle

    Attention Clavos. As BC’s grammar narc, you missed a bust in #39.
    (MCH)

  • http://culturesalad.blogspot.com Ray Ellis

    Typos and grammatical errors are not the same thing, MCH. Still, we’ll give Dave a demerit for that one–and no dixie cup of ice cream Monday morning.

  • http://www.roblogpolitics.blogspot.com RJ

    “I can see that I am really not wanted here. this is why it took a whole 24 hours for my article to be approved. So, I think I’ll just refrain from submitting articles on this Blog. It’s been fun, it’s been real, but, it ain’t been real fun.”

    Quite a loss.

    Don’t let the door hi-[deleted]

  • http://www.roblogpolitics.blogspot.com RJ

    Chris,

    It’s obvious, you are a professional Liar, Just like th [sic] rest of the Republicans…

    Chris is a Republican? In what country’s political system? Spain?

  • http://www.roblogpolitics.blogspot.com RJ

    If I had to guess, I would suspect Chris is actually a supporter of the Partido Socialista Obrero Español …

    Would I be correct? Inquiring minds want to know … ;-)

  • http://thepopulistblog.com Chuck Adkins

    “Personal attacks are not allowed.”

    what a lie.

  • http://www.maskedmoviesnobs.com El Bicho

    If you really want a laugh, check out his act in the BC forum where he threw a tantrum like a baby without a bottle.

    Of course, he leaves out the fact that he was working with an editor on this post and had nothing bad to say to him at the time.

    On the plus side, it looks like I have a new contributer to my site PrimadonnaWriters.org. Hmm, maybe he can head my Political Paranoia section?

  • http://culturesalad.blogspot.com Ray Ellis

    Chuck– I have no problem whatsoever going mano y mano with you. Of course, you’d have to stand still long enough to debate. Oh, one other thing–I don’t tolerate whining.

  • zingzing

    wow. that was a fast exit. 10 comments and out. hope his skin grows back…

    not much you can really say about the article. the real fun was rj doing his rim job on hussein and obama, dave pontificating on the psychology of the left wing, sussman making one of his brief forays onto the political page to leave one his smelly turds (i swear he only does it when he can beat someone over the head), mch attempting to bash dave, nancy declaring whole sections of the population ready for beheading… business as usual!

    ahh… mr. detroit, you were but a tiny blip in the vast vastness that is… blogcritics!

  • http://www.futonreport.net/ Matthew T. Sussman

    Mentally challenged people put up less of a fight when you punch them, zingster. Write that down.

  • zingzing

    yes, sir.

    (you know what i say is true… you never comment on the politics… you just pick a target and nail someone’s head to the floor.)

    (thank you michael j west. it has been too long.)

  • http://www.futonreport.net/ Matthew T. Sussman

    “you never comment on the politics”

    What’s the point?

  • http://theglenblog.blogspot.com Glen Boyd

    Well, C’est l’Vie as far as i’m concerned. I actually tried to help this guy out after rejecting his first “submission” outright (which could have got us sued).

    Over several e-mails — none of which hinted at the psychobabble here and in the forum — I thought he was kind of reaching out to me, so I did my best to help. What I guess I should have just realized in the first place was a lost cause to begin with.

    Glad he allowed us to cut our losses.

    And as for me, it’s no more Mister Nice Guy with these newbies (LOL)!

    -Glen

  • http://theglenblog.blogspot.com Glen Boyd

    The part that still strikes me, is that as the editor who “held up” his piece (because I thought I was working with him), he says it was withheld by “Republicans.”

    So does your resident Springsteen worshiping, Neil Young defending, John Edwards leaning resident liberal commie strike any of the rest of you as “Republican” in any way, shape or form?

    Nope. Didn’t think so.

    -Glen

  • zingzing

    sussman: “”you never comment on the politics”

    What’s the point?”

    exactly.

  • http://www.roblogpolitics.blogspot.com RJ

    Edward Morrissey asks if the wheels are coming off of Obama’s Campaign. I very highly doubt that. Coming off the GOP’s wagon, quite possibly.

    Looks like, instead of the above, the wheels came off your blogging career, Mr. Adkins…

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    Glen, you’re the new kind of Republican. Go visit Christie Whitman at the Republican Leadership Council.

    Dave

  • Dr Dreadful

    I actually tried to help this guy out after rejecting his first “submission” outright

    That explains a lot.

    Clearly, you are a ravening Nazi who loves to laugh at people’s supposed First Amendment rights. You obviously spotted that Chuck’s jackboot was not sufficiently polished and he must therefore be silenced.

    I’ll do a quick Amazon search to find out if he’s had any books published, and will let you know so that you can burn them.

    Heil whoever!

    :-)

  • http://www.robot-of-the-week.com Christopher Rose

    RJ, re your #44, for the record, I’m non-aligned with political parties; there are some good ideas and policies to be found all over the political spectrum as it is currently portrayed, but I don’t know of any political party that is worthy of support, they all seem intellectually corrupt to me.

  • zingzing

    i did something really cruel. but for some reason, my cruelty only goes so far that i know of it, which pretty much means that it ends up not being cruel at all and only somewhat falsely heartening to someone who doesn’t need to be heartened, falsely or not. which is more cruel? i don’t know. of course, there is a reason why i leave this comment in this space. only i may ever know. i’m sure someone can figure it out.

  • http://www.elitebloggers.com Dave Nalle

    oh god, he kidnapped Chuck’s cat and shaved it.

    Dave

  • Zedd

    Dave: Left-leaning writers seem to be used to writing to a like-minded audience and that makes it hard for them when they go out into a more diverse environment.

    I thought that most of the media was Left-leaning with the exception of Fox news (bless them)?

  • Clavos

    I’m really late to the party here, but i just got off chuck’s blog and couldn’t resist this cut-and-paste, taken nfrom his remarks about why he has turned on “comments moderation” on the blog:

    “Please be advised, my opinions are my own, I am NOT all interested in debating my opinions on any issue, so, if you come here to try and draw me into a debate, I’ll just delete your comments. I will explain my position on any issue, I will not debate it. You want to debate an issue, go elsewhere. Thank you.”

    Sheesh!

    And he calls himself a “Progressive”???

    Did he get that out of Mein Kampf?

  • http://www.libertyrepublican.com Dave Nalle

    I thought that most of the media was Left-leaning with the exception of Fox news (bless them)?

    Most of the media is interested in making money by selling advertising, Zedd. From what I can tell aside from their news editorials Fox is no more conservative than any of the others and most of the others aren’t as liberal as Fox when it comes to their entertainment programming.

    Dave

  • Dr Dreadful

    From what I can tell aside from their news editorials Fox is no more conservative than any of the others and most of the others aren’t as liberal as Fox when it comes to their entertainment programming.

    [chokes, gapes, is rendered utterly speechless at absolute audacity and alternate-universe-ness of above statement!]

  • Dr Dreadful

    Zedd, you’re on the right track bringing up Fox News. A lot of their “personalities” go to pieces in the face of a competent rebuttal. (Hannity interrupts and hectors, O’Reilly overshouts and cuts people’s mics, etc).

    It just comes down to the fact that there are fragile egos on both sides of the aisle.

  • http://www.robot-of-the-week.com Christopher Rose

    Re #64, you’ll get used to it, Doc. Dave has lots of totally splutter-inducing views that come from that alternative universe! ;-)

  • Zedd

    Dave,

    How much are you getting paid for playing nuts?

    I was making a smart aleck comment about the rhetoric about the media being left leaning. You however jumped in with that comment, help us all!

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    Guys, READ what I wrote. I was talking about Fox as a whole, not just FoxNews. While their news leans more to the right in editorial content, I think it’s unquestionable that their entertainment programming on their broadcast network is more cutting edge, more controversial and in many cases more ‘progressive’ than anything else on broadcast TV.

    Dave

  • Dr Dreadful

    OK, Dave, but you were responding to Zedd, who was not talking about the Fox broadcast network, but Fox News specifically. You tried to throw sand in our faces, but we blinked in time.

    By the by, d’you suppose Chuck would be pissed if he knew that we were still keeping his thread going? :-)

  • daryl d

    Chuck:

    Welcome to Blogcritics! If you are really nervous about being eaten alive (comments wise), just don’t write for the music section!

    I agree with you about the Republican spin machine. Then again, Hilary is really a lesbian (I think, not that there’s anything wrong with it Seinfeld) and Edwards is a closet homosexual (same Seinfeld comment).

  • bliffle

    What amazes me is that someones mind would immediately go to the question of whether a candidate is homosexual or heterosexual. Unless, of course, one has a vested interest.

  • Brad Schader

    Lisa: One thing I’ve always wondered — how can Fox News be so conservative when the Fox network keeps airing raunchy shows…They don’t fit together.

    Kent: Fox deliberately runs shows that will earn them huge fines, which are then funneled through the FCC straight to the Republican Party.

  • REMF

    “Lisa: One thing I’ve always wondered — how can Fox News be so conservative when the Fox network keeps airing raunchy shows…They don’t fit together.”

    Oh really? So conservatism and raunchy doesn’t fit together, eh? Tell that to one of Newt Gingrich’s mistresses…
    (MCH)

  • http://thepopulisblog.com Chuck Adkins

    If anyone wans to continue looking at my writings, come to my blog.

    thank you,

    -Chuck

  • http://www.robot-of-the-week.com Christopher Rose

    We wanted to look at your writing here, Chuck, but you showed us you’re not yet ready to play away from home.

  • Clavos

    “Oh really? So conservatism and raunchy doesn’t fit together, eh? Tell that to one of Newt Gingrich’s mistresses…
    (MCH)”

    Interesting. Were you present while Gingrich was with his mistresses, emmy?

    How do you know they got raunchy? Maybe all they did was have sex.

  • Clavos

    “If anyone wans to continue looking at my writings, come to my blog.”

    No thanks, Chuckie. I didn’t see anything here to motivate me to do so, and I don’t like your conditions.

    ‘Bye.

  • http://www.republicofdave.com Dave Nalle

    If anyone wans to continue looking at my writings, come to my blog

    Would that be the same one where you delete any comments you disagree with? Doesn’t sound like much fun to me.

    Dave

  • bliffle

    “Get Ready For The Republican Spin Wars”

    Starting with the Petraeus report in a couple weeks. The Whitehouse is writing the report.

    SO I guess we know what it will say: “great progress but we have to Stay The Course”.

  • Dr Dreadful

    How do you know they got raunchy? Maybe all they did was have sex.

    The raunchiness quotient determined by the number of mistresses.

  • Dr Dreadful

    Is determined. Is.

    Damn, Dreadful. Always preview!!!

  • william

    I.ve read all the comments and am now more positive then ever that all democrats are morons.

  • http://drdreadful.blogspot.com Dr Dreadful

    Well, that’s nice, William. I’m happy for you.