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    Olbermann Watch, "persecuting" Keith since 2004


    October 16, 2007
    Countdown with Keith Olbermann - October 16th, 2007

    "COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN" (8:00 P.M.-9:00 P.M. ET)

    Host: Keith Olbermann

    Topics/Guests:

    • VERIZON TURNS OVER PHONE RECORDS: Howard Fineman, Newsweek senior Washington correspondent and MSNBC political analyst; John Dean, fmr. Nixon White House counsel and author of "Broken Government"
    • FISA: Paul Krugman, New York Times columnist, Princeton University professor, and author of "The Conscience of a Liberal"
    • ANGRY CHIEF OF STAFF: Rachel Maddow, Err America radio host

    The ferocious Keith Monkey Man Olbermann asks, "Can you spy on me now?" The government wants all of your information; Howie in! Convicted felon rehab! "Swiftboating" [Ding!] of Graeme Frost and Sen. McConnel calling out Paul Krugman. "Bloggers did the investigating." Paul Krugman to opine on the matters. More Republican bashing YouTube style. More Britney Spears coverage. Yay.


    Bathtub Boy

    #5: "Uncle Sam is Watching You." Verizon is being an evil Bush crony but they may be the "good guys." Democrats are considering blanket immunity for these telecom companies - gasp! Con. John Conyers (D-Land of Oz) mention. Howie Fineman is brought in to play liberal partner in crime. Congress doesn't know the extent of the program. White House wants immunity to protect its "domestic spying." Administration is perfectly willing to "diss the congress" says Howie. "Has not the smell test on retroactive immunity failed?" asks Olby. Congress Markey who chairs a committee is going to have more hearings. More hearings? Geeze, I thought congress had too few. We definitely need more. "Does this underscore - scream the value of congressional oversight?" Olbermann might as well cry like a baby.

    Nixon White House Counsel, Convicted Felon and Disbarred lawyer John Dean. Countdown star. I bet you can imagine where this is going. White House is trying to "overpower" the congress. "Lots of evidence of violations of the law." Right. Constitutional Scholar Keith Olbermann tries to talk about ex post facto laws but Dean, ever the scholar himself, smacks Olby down as he is wrong as usual. "Nightmare scenario" that even George Bush could be picked up in one these raids. Surprisingly uneventful. Great Thanks.

    #4: SCHIP program continues. More about the "swiftboating" [Ding!] of Graeme Frost. The "right wing could not get lower." Paul Krugman, author of "Conscience of a Liberal." Does anyone detect the irony here? Krugman ruminates about the "fake" scandals in the 90s, like that "phony" campaign finance scandal and the Buddhist monks. Krugman thanks Olby by saying, "You, I and the progressive blogosphere were able to mount a quick counterattack." Does Keith want to be associated with liars and smear artists at DailyKos and their compatriots? Is this a tacit admission vis a vis silence by Der Fuhrer of being a "progressive?" Hmmm. "Who do people who proclaim themselves pro-life...they literally want them, in Graeme Frost's case, call for public hanging...is there any straight line in there?" "They hate the idea we are our brother's keepers," says Krugman. Krugman says that Democrats put a "human face" on "socialized medicine."
    "It drives them carry." "What is the impact on the four million kids who won't be covered?" asks Herr Olbermann. Gee, that's not a loaded question. What a pleasure.

    Oddball: Mini pigs. Drag race.

    #3: Republican bashing as usual. Chief of Staff for a Republican activist gets "YouTubed" by a moveon.org hack. Chief of Staff uses famous "Right Wing Slur" which is "anti-American (the slur is the aforementioned)." Rachel Maddow for the usual spin cycle. "Far-right" again [Ding!] Blabber about provoking and annoying your political opponents. Macaca again [Ding!] Great thanks. Yawn.

    #2: Keeping Tabs: Ellen dog scandal. Kate and Prince William.

    In the Media Matters minute, Bill-O getting the bronze for another media matters smear, MediaMatters. Silver: "Comedian" Rush Limbaugh for "threatening a journalist" on the Huff and Puff HuffPuff. Gold: More Huff and Puff material. Meh.

    #1: Britney Spears. Woman bashing. Creepy Michael Musto talks about anal bleaching. Britney wants to show her "hoo-ha" to the world. Usual.

    NAME

    Olbermann's book The book that bears Olbermann's came in at a stellar #13,538 on amazon.com, but "Culture Warrior" is #710. (It's that 2-for-$25 sale!) The OlbyTome still can't find a rank at Barnes and Noble; O'Reilly's book is #745 there, and is one of the top five books of 2006 per Publishers Weekly. Monday's Hour of Spin had Olby in second. Congrats. Source. Tonight's MisterMeter reading: 1 [LOW]


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    I just checked out the transcript. KO had Maddow from Air America on and not one syllable of the vicious hoax that R Rhodes was mugged by RWers done by her coworker and station escaped from their lips.

    They had a grand old time tearing apart the Chief of Staff of a Congressman who were both ambushed in a drug store by a MoveOn operative.

    Do you think if KO ignores it his acolytes don't think it happened.

    Or do they think that it is like Rather's forged documents? Maybe it wasn't true this time but we know the story is true if not this time they got away with it in the past.

    Grammie

    Blocking imigration amnesty-
    yeah- that killed the republicans

    89% dissaprove of congress...
    nuff said loon!

    in your pea sized brain...
    Typical democrat making excuses for your impotence.

    Oops, i never did that before... typical lib!

    And what is that agenda again besides resolutions and cutting the Samoans out of the minimum wage increase b/c it would hurt Pelosi's
    corporate constituents?

    Grammie

    If everyone just loves the Democrats "agend" so, then why is Harry Reid's approval numbers in his home state lower that George Bush's?

    I just checked out the transcript. KO had Maddow from Air America on and not one syllable of the vicious hoax that R Rhodes was mugged by RWers done by her coworker and station escaped from their lips.
    Posted by: Janet Hawkins at October 17, 2007 3:03 PM

    I'm not surprised either, but not for exactly the same reason. I wouldn't expect him to bring this up any more than I'd expect Rush to harp on some asinine thing Ann Coulter says - unless it's to twist it into a story about how all those evil liberals are taking advantage of it, or something similar. Both sides do that, and I actually don't see anything wrong with it.

    I once heard Al Franken talking about that, when someone asked him why he never talks about certain bad Democrats. His answer was surprisingly candid for a talk show host. Essentially it was, "Yes, there are bad Democrats. But there are plenty of Republican talk show hosts who are already talking about that. I'm clearly on the Democratic side, so while I won't lie about those particular people, I don't need to bring them up to begin with either."

    He basically articulated what they ALL do, and as long as they're honest about their slant - the way Air America, Rush, Dr. Laura, the New York Post, and lots of others (besides O'Reiley) are - I don't have a problem with that.

    Rolling Stone?
    Put the blunt down freak...
    Try to read something of substance... and less biased
    Carter the peanut farmer still subscribes

    Yes, Congress approval rating is half of Bush's
    AND
    Reid's approval ratings in Nevada (his state) are lower than the president's.

    maybe you should try and get a little knowledge before you quote numbers... since the democrats are faring way worse.

    Its easy making idiots like you look even dumber.
    Again, put the roach down. Its killing what few brain cells you have left. No wonder you are in favor of social programs.

    Chiv, KO is billed as a newsman on Countdown which MSNBC advertises as their newscast of record. Ko refers to himself as an impartial journalist.

    Franken and Rush are neither billed as newsman nor do they claim to be impartial journalists.

    Unlike Fascism/Nazis and Stalinism/Communism, this is a distinction with a huge difference.

    Grammie

    Posted by: Republican at October 17, 2007 4:07 PM

    Typical left wing zombie. He won't respond to the disaster that is Harry Reid, he just list left wing talking points from Rolling Stone.

    Sound like any political party that you know of?

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 4:40 PM


    "Fascism" refers to the "fasces", that bundle of rods with the axe-bit sticking out that symbolized civil power to the ancient Romans. Mussolini's cult acquired this term to satisfy the backward-looking nationalists that constituted his goon-squads, but Mussolini himself coined the term "corporatism" to more aptly describe the system of industrialists (and the "traditional elites" you mentioned above) he had put together. This unity of commercial interests with the military and police powers of the government has from the beginning served as a primary criterion of subsequent manifestations of "fascism".


    So who was party to Cheney's "Energy Task Force"? - energy company CEO's. Who manages mining safety regulations for the Bush administration? Former mining ocnglomerate executives. Who constitutes Bush's cabinet? - former and future "captains of industry". Who get's the giant no-bid contracts? - the VP's once and future company Halliburton; Bremer's old companies,....

    Loser reads Rolling Stone magazine and watches the Simpsons... doh!

    Doesn't your mom's internet blocker keep your punk ass off of the blogs you phoney killa?

    Don't worry us adults won't tell on you punk

    If the two parties were into making movies, the Democratic Party would be making Saving Private Ryan and The Republicans would be making Three Ninjas at Mega-Mountain.

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 3:12 PM


    Saving Private Ryan sounds an Oscar winner, fer sure...

    So far the Democrats are behaving precisely as they should about the Iraq War, from a Repubican point of view, that is...and all the top Dem candidates sound like Republicans.

    I can live with that situation just fine...

    The interesting thing, is that it never seems to bother any blog board fire-and-brimstone anti-war Dems either.. :D

    Yes, they disapprove of the republicans blocking the Democratic agenda. You're totally right, faggot.

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 3:32 PM


    Well, the Democrat leadership has managed to put forth a united front on reprimanding Turkey, despite the President's countering policy.

    Perhaps after the election in '08, if everything is safe politically...they can all work up the "courage" to make some sort of stand/gesture about the war that matches their and their supporter's rhetoric about not letting one more soldier die.

    Now that you guys really give a flip... :D

    Yes, you're a real expert on Democrats aren't you? Thanks not a bit for your input on this matter you dumb, stinky old battleax. Why don't you turn yourself into a modern Carrie Nation, go into men's roms all across the nation and make the Republican politicians stop trying to solicit innocent men and boys? And just keep your big, fat ugly nose out of matters Democratic.

    The interesting thing, is that it never seems to bother any blog board fire-and-brimstone anti-war Dems either.. :D

    Posted by: Cecelia at October 17, 2007 5:35 PM


    Well, you're not listening. Hillary and Obama can shove 2015 up their asses.

    Thanks, Beef.

    I'm one of those American Working Abroad types. I don't have much opportunity to try to keep Cecelia and Jeff on the straight and narrow. I appreciate your work on these two old broads while I am abroad. Hah! Hah! I know it's tough work, but your reward will be great in heaven.

    "Well, the Democrat leadership has managed to put forth a united front on reprimanding Turkey, despite the President's countering policy"


    Yeah, not exactly a hot topic....but I wonder how quick Bush might belly-up when Turkey starts raiding the Kurds in Northern Iraq.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21339796/


    "Well, the Democrat leadership has managed to put forth a united front on reprimanding Turkey, despite the President's countering policy"


    Yeah, not exactly a hot topic....but I wonder how quick Bush might belly-up when Turkey starts raiding the Kurds in Northern Iraq.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21339796/


    Yup, you always hear Democratic canidates trying to scare people shitless. Also, you always hear about how we need to "stay the course". Sometimes I'll read an article about Barack Obama and think to myself, "Man, he sure sounds like Mitt Romney. Fuck yeah we should triple the size of Gitmo!"

    P.S. I can't wait until Rudy is exposed as the fraud that he is. The NYPD is going to tear him to shreds...or, in Rudy's words, "Clinton 9/11, terrorism, 9/11, Clinton, Obama, 9/11."
    Posted by: at October 17, 2007 5:45 PM

    As long as their actions don't match their rhetoric, I'm happy.

    And so, it seems, are you... :D

    The Dems have their scare rhetoric about how Bush plans to start WWIII in the Middle East, revoke the Constitution, increase coal ash, and vend bottles of mercury to school children, and I'm quite fine with that.

    This way your candidates can throw you a bone about censoring Rush Limbaugh, and it keeps you mouthing off on blog boards, rather than worrying them acting like Republicans.

    In my experience, RK (not Jeff), people ought to listen to Bob Graham. He's grounded and he is well-spoken. The Wingers on this site would rather listen to Limbaugh demean and belittle troops and sick children, shake their heads in agreement and then deny Lard Ass said what he said.

    > Ever notice that FOX is the only "news" organization that uses New York Post stories in their reporting

    I love the Olbyloons. Of course Herr Olbermann himself has cited stories from the NY Post nearly 100 times. But apparently that doesn't count.

    Yeah, not exactly a hot topic....but I wonder how quick Bush might belly-up when Turkey starts raiding the Kurds in Northern Iraq.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21339796/


    Posted by: Sir Loi of Beef at October 17, 2007 5:53 PM


    Well, what's going on record by a stand against the war that matches your rhetoric, when you can take one on TURKEY!, and incite them to cause trouble in Kurdish areas there....

    Yea, the Olbyloons have a real high regard for you and all your manifestations and apparitions as well Two Bits.

    "I think Mussolini himself said that fascism is the merger of big business and government..."

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 5:03 PM

    The more than 150 top executives who have raised money for Hillary Clinton represent such brand names as . Anheuser-Busch (Charts, Fortune 500), Comcast (Charts), Estée Lauder, Palm (Charts), Sun Microsystems (Charts, Fortune 500) and Qualcomm (Charts, Fortune 500). Venture capitalist James D. Robinson III, the former CEO of American Express and a longtime Republican, told Fortune he now supports Clinton for President.

    Clinton has assembled what is probably the broadest CEO support among the candidates, ranging from Wall Street to Hollywood:

    John Mack CEO, Morgan Stanley.

    Sheryl Sandberg VP, global online sales, Google

    Steve Rattner Managing principal, Quadrangle Group

    Steven Spielberg Co-founder, DreamWorks

    News Corp. president Peter Chernin.

    Haim Saban CEO, Saban Capital Group

    James D. Robinson III General partner, RRE Ventures and former AmEx CEO

    Hey Battleax, when the blood flow starts up again, will you finish that sentence? It doesn't make a damn bit of sense, you know?

    Thanks, Beef.

    I'm one of those American Working Abroad types. I don't have much opportunity to try to keep Cecelia and Jeff on the straight and narrow. I appreciate your work on these two old broads while I am abroad. Hah! Hah! I know it's tough work, but your reward will be great in heaven.

    Posted by: LLarry at October 17, 2007 5:50 PM


    Well, THAT explains the mental disconnect it takes to tell me not to worry about Democrats, when you're on a blog founded by conservatives worrying about Republicans...

    Jet lag... ( the congenital type...) :D

    Hey Battleax, when the blood flow starts up again, will you finish that sentence? It doesn't make a damn bit of sense, you know?

    Posted by: LLarry at October 17, 2007 6:03 PM

    He probably spells it "lliterate" too....

    Geez Battleax, I thought Two Bits wasn't partisan. Doesn't he say that often?

    Now go back to studin' Intelligent Design...

    Posted by: at October 17, 2007 6:05 PM


    Only if you go back and study how the court ruled on habeas corpus... :D

    The Right Wing pretty much gave up on intelligent design once it read one of Cecelia's posts.

    Yup, and that comes through in her policies, like when she gave no-bid contracts to Halli-- oh, nevermind. You're obviously too simple to understand setting the energy policy behind closed doors with the CEO of energy companies. You don't get it that the Bush/Cheney cabal are the personification of modern fascism. Right? It seems like you can't connect the dots. It seems like you don't realize that every canidate gets corporate money, Clinton just gets more. You're an idiot.


    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:09 PM

    There's an argument that Halliburton was the most likely choice for the job no matter who was in office.

    There's an argument on the necessity of at least TRYING to fast track things via no-bid contracts.

    There's an argument that the public was well aware of Kerry's, Bush's, Cheney's stand on the energy issue, and that meeting with executives in these fields, is NOT exactly the most surprising thing in the world ...when you're talking about former oilmen that were elected. You going to argue that they formulated policy in those meetings that went against their campaign rhetoric? Against the public's perceptions of where they stood?

    Cheney legally WON that battle...

    If there's anyone ignorant, hyperbolic and utterly clueless as to any argument or contention, or ruling other than his/her own...

    It's you....

    "It seems like you don't realize that every canidate gets corporate money, Clinton just gets more. You're an idiot."

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:09 PM


    Oh goodness, RK, I guess you got me there. Whatever led me to think that big corporate bucks ever had any influence on Clintonian political dealings. Oh wait . . . it's starting to come back . . .

    Both the Wall Street Journal and William Safire are getting to the nitty-gritty of paid political influence in the Clinton administration. Both have been inquiring into the political fund-raising activities of Mochtar Riady's Lippo Group.

    Mochtar Riady is the Indonesian billionaire who was a joint investor with Little Rock billionaire Jackson Stephens in Worthen Bank, which bailed out the 1992 Presidential campaign of Bill Clinton with a three million dollar loan at a crucial juncture.

    Safire has been wondering about the propriety of former Lippo employee--and current finance vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee--John Huang's conducting of $25,000-a-plate Presidential dinners at the Hay-Adams Hotel, across the street from the White House. The Wall Street Journal similarly wonders how the millions of dollars poured into the re- election efforts of Bill Clinton by the Lippo Group have influenced U.S. commercial policy in Asia. "

    And of course there's the Buddhist temples and the Lincoln bedroom White House sleep overs for big bucks corporate contributors . . . . and on and on and on . . .

    Get a grip RK. Your darling Clintons are as tainted by corporate influence as the day is long. At leats clowns like you provide amusement from the usual tedious windbaggery of your left wing fringe colleagues.


    The Right Wing pretty much gave up on intelligent design once it read one of Cecelia's posts.

    Posted by: LLarry at October 17, 2007 6:20 PM

    And you're EVERYONE'S missing link... :D

    "It seems like you don't realize that every canidate gets corporate money, Clinton just gets more. You're an idiot."

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:09 PM


    Oh goodness, RK, I guess you got me there. Whatever led me to think that big corporate bucks ever had any influence on Clintonian political dealings. Oh wait . . . it's starting to come back . . .

    Both the Wall Street Journal and William Safire are getting to the nitty-gritty of paid political influence in the Clinton administration. Both have been inquiring into the political fund-raising activities of Mochtar Riady's Lippo Group.

    Mochtar Riady is the Indonesian billionaire who was a joint investor with Little Rock billionaire Jackson Stephens in Worthen Bank, which bailed out the 1992 Presidential campaign of Bill Clinton with a three million dollar loan at a crucial juncture.

    Safire has been wondering about the propriety of former Lippo employee--and current finance vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee--John Huang's conducting of $25,000-a-plate Presidential dinners at the Hay-Adams Hotel, across the street from the White House. The Wall Street Journal similarly wonders how the millions of dollars poured into the re- election efforts of Bill Clinton by the Lippo Group have influenced U.S. commercial policy in Asia. "

    And of course there's the Buddhist temples and the Lincoln bedroom White House sleep overs for big bucks corporate contributors . . . . and on and on and on . . .

    Get a grip RK. Your darling Clintons are as tainted by corporate influence as the day is long. At leats clowns like you provide amusement from the usual tedious windbaggery of your left wing fringe colleagues.


    I own this board...which is sad, since it's so worthless...

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:26 PM

    Well, if you owned it certainly would be... :D

    Wank:

    You need to stop with the estrogen. You're getting as whiney, bitchey and jealous as Cecelia.

    Sure am sorry Senator Clinton is a better fund raiser than Guiliani and Thompson. Maybe she can get bitter and negative and even things out.

    Republican Killer,

    It's so wonderful that you found someone guilty of insider trading to love...

    Wank:

    You need to stop with the estrogen. You're getting as whiney, bitchey and jealous as Cecelia.

    Sure am sorry Senator Clinton is a better fund raiser than Guiliani and Thompson. Maybe she can get bitter and negative and even things out.

    Posted by: LLarry at October 17, 2007 6:33 PM


    I'm sorry we're better debaters than you.

    Maybe you can get a brain transplant and even things out...

    (Estrogen would probably help you too...) :D

    Was she "guilty" Battleax or merely accused by Lard Ass and his ilk? You need to be real careful. This site is already known as a place of refuge for Right Wing liars and slanderers. You seem to be affirming and confirming that.

    Was she "guilty" Battleax or merely accused by Lard Ass and his ilk? You need to be real careful. This site is already known as a place of refuge for Right Wing liars and slanderers. You seem to be affirming and confirming that.

    Posted by: LLarry at October 17, 2007 6:37 PM

    Evidently, RepKiller, your Qwest article had too many big words for LLarry.

    I win!

    http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2007/08/halberstam200708

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:34 PM


    Maybe you can parlay you winnings into some etiquette or acumen. However, based on your prior postings I have my doubts.

    I win!

    http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/features/2007/08/halberstam200708
    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:34 PM

    ISince you leftists on this board are always awarding yourself IQ points based upon someone else's words, you should at least pick the best writer..

    Go for James Wolcott, at Vanity Fair, RepKiller, he's the better than Halberstam

    Was she "guilty" Battleax or merely accused by Lard Ass and his ilk? You need to be real careful. This site is already known as a place of refuge for Right Wing liars and slanderers. You seem to be affirming and confirming that.

    Posted by: LLarry at October 17, 2007 6:37 PM
    The crazies on this board hero-worship John Gibson...need I say more?

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:39 PM


    Hey Johnny, could you please post the IP address of these two loons? I think I have a strange suspicion.

    Posted by: Cecelia at October 17, 2007 6:41 PM

    Wasn't he talking to you, my darling little cunt breath?

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:45 PM


    YOU didn't read the article you linked!

    Figures... :D

    Posted by: Olby's Wig at October 17, 2007 6:43 PM

    Actually, all of the wing-nut retorts on this page are either ad hominen attacks, non-sequitors, or totally bullshit.

    Any rational person would come to this site and conclude that you and your ilk have no clue when it comes to politics, media, or values.

    Posted by: at October 17, 2007 6:51 PM


    Wow, bravely spoken.

    Well what's going on record by a stand against the war that matches your rhetoric, when you can take one on TURKEY!, and incite them to cause trouble in Kurdish areas there....

    Posted by: Cecelia at October 17, 2007 6:00 PM


    I'm sorry, Cecelia, but I tried...I just have no freaking idea what you were trying to write here.

    wow this r k douche must have a full life, go find a girlfriend!

    wow this r k douche must have a full life, go find a girlfriend!

    wow this r k douche must have a full life, go find a girlfriend!

    Actually, all of the wing-nut retorts on this page are either ad hominen attacks, non-sequitors, or totally bullshit.

    Any rational person would come to this site and conclude that you and your ilk have no clue when it comes to politics, media, or values.

    Posted by: at October 17, 2007 6:51 PM


    Interesting perspective, Mr olbermann...

    SLOB, I started to respond to you on the other thread but stopped b/c I have a bad headache and I want to do it justice.

    There were several comments there that kind of surprised.

    I was surprised when I saw some of the comments you made here.

    I'll catch up with you again b/c I would like to discuss it further.

    I hope your family and especially your wife is doing well.

    Grammie

    I'm sorry, Cecelia, but I tried...I just have no freaking idea what you were trying to write here.

    Posted by: Sir Loin of Beef at October 17, 2007 6:53 PM


    We're trying to ease tensions between Turkey and the Kurds, Sir Loin.

    The Turks don't want to talk if Congress goes ahead with its plans.

    Posted by: Olby's Wig at October 17, 2007 6:52 PM


    Sorry, that was me. I think you should look at the polls so you can understand how outside the mainstream you are...

    You seem a bit delusional.

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:56 PM


    Why don't you site some of the polls you referencing please.

    I'll wait for the link(s)

    > Hey Johnny, could you please post the IP address of these two loons? I think I have a strange suspicion.

    RepubKilla is not LLLLLary. No, RepubKilla is our old, dear pal Richard, who, after popping up under several other aliases, now is here spewing filth as RepubKilla. It is a trick of the Olbyloons to use as many profanities and vile words as possible in order to get this site "flagged" in some way or other, so Mr Cox will be looking at RepubKilla's language of recent days and I am confident he will take the appropriate action.

    No, RepubKilla is our old, dear pal Richard

    Posted by: johnny dollar at October 17, 2007 7:06 PM


    That is what I thought. Is it permissible for you to post the IP address? I was curious just what part of the country spawned this hack.

    Thanks

    Hey Two-Cents, didn't you get banned fomr Newshounds? How's that going for ya?

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 7:09 PM


    This guy obviously has issues that need professional consultation. In the meantime, somebody get him one of those ankle bracelets.

    Minnesota, if you must know.

    And I do believe that you're the hack. I've posted articles to back up my assertions, have you?

    http://www.pollingreport.com/right.htm

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 7:14 PM


    Right, You must be referring to these gems?


    Posted by: Cecelia at October 17, 2007 6:41 PM

    Wasn't he talking to you, my darling little cunt breath?

    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 6:45 PM

    Posted by: at October 17, 2007 3:24 PM


    Yes, they disapprove of the republicans blocking the Democratic agenda. You're totally right, faggot.


    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 3:32 PM

    llarry is patsy/why/aap/anon plus 50 others.

    Well what's going on record by a stand against the war that matches your rhetoric, when you can take one on TURKEY!, and incite them to cause trouble in Kurdish areas there....

    Posted by: Cecelia at October 17, 2007 6:00 PM

    Rather than vote to cut funding, some democrats in our government would rather vote on a resolution to offend Turkey so that getting supplies to Iraq would be extremely troublesome (e.g. 4th I.D. held up at start of war which could have helped quell criminal behavior because Turkey would not allow access). Without supplies, war ends. Republicans up for re-election seem like they would love to see the withdrawal issue just go away to make campaigning easier so they supported the same measure. There appears to have been some second thoughts because now the measure is faltering (maybe the public would figure that all out and in the event of chaos upon withdrawal would know who to blame?)

    4th I.D. could have helped quell violence if they were able to enter Iraq through Turkey, as planned

    Interestingly, the latest Rasmussen poll shows that McCain is only one point behind HRC in a general election match-up. (44-43) McCain is pro-war, but has criticized Bush. The same is true of HRC, although she skirts around it. Both are polarizing: HRC seems destined for the D ticket, but McCain would have an extremely difficult time to gain the R ticket. Who would fare better with the religious right: Giuliani or McCain? I believe the main bone of contention the religious right has with McCain is his unwillingness to push for a constitutional amendment protecting marriage and would rather leave it to the states.

    > didn't you get banned fomr Newshounds?

    Indeed I did, though it wasn't for using repellent gutter language. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to plug the post that explains what happened, and shines a light on what Olbyloons do when they're not here playing potty mouth:

    http://tinyurl.com/yuws9d

    "Vacation to San Fran for a week...visiting my lovely girlfriend."

    You sure "she" isn't a tranny? Good luck with that you piece of human debris.

    Olby's delayed due to technical difficulties. HA! I love how Milissa was careful to note that the script she was reading were Olby's words and not hers.

    I wonder if Olby threw a hissy fit because of the "unforgivable" technical difficulties. He appears to be miffed. LOL.

    > didn't you get banned fomr Newshounds?

    Indeed I did, though it wasn't for using repellent gutter language. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to plug the post that explains what happened, and shines a light on what Olbyloons do when they're not here playing potty mouth:

    http://tinyurl.com/yuws9d
    Posted by: johnny dollar at October 17, 2007 8:07 PM


    You can't win, Johnny...

    You deleting unattributed copyrighted material posted on these boards makes YOU a fascist, but your being BANNED from Newshounds for contradicting their opinions also makes YOU a fascist... :D

    There must be a "logic" gene that they're missing.

    Well, now that I've posted more articles and polls than you cave-dwellers see in a week, I must go...

    Vacation to San Fran for a week...visiting my lovely girlfriend.

    Toodles, wing-nuts

    P.S. If you want to see disgusting posts, look at your problem child Redneck Proud. There's a sociopath if I've ever seen one...
    Posted by: Republican Killa at October 17, 2007 7:24 PM


    Now if you had just bothered to read them...


    RepubKilla is not LLLLLary. No, RepubKilla is our old, dear pal Richard, who, after popping up under several other aliases, now is here spewing filth as RepubKilla. It is a trick of the Olbyloons to use as many profanities and vile words as possible in order to get this site "flagged" in some way or other, ...
    Posted by: johnny dollar at October 17, 2007 7:06 PM


    Not these champions of freedom!

    Noooooo...... :D

    Kick my sorry faggot ass will you, anybody?

    I'm so lonesome for some sort of human contact. The sheep won't let me mount them anymore.

    P.S. My SF GF is a tranny with syphilis.

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