Chat Amongst Yourselves

October 30, 2014 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

I’m back to the Ballot Board today.  Y’all have fun and if anything important happens, post t here.

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20 Comments to “Chat Amongst Yourselves”


  1. Marge Wood says:

    I’m awake and the sun is shining and the Statesman has Ted Nugent in a cowboy hat on the front page of today’s paper. Is that important?

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  2. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Marge Wood, not even if his mug shot was on the obituary page would it be important.

    Remember the trouble Chris Christie was in for thanking the blah guy for his Hurricane Sandy Response? So much trouble that he wasn’t invited to the Reactionary Racist Gas Flab or whatever the conservative loons call it. Now he’s double down distancing himself from President Obama using Ebola as his platform. His chances outside of NJ are about the same as Perry’s outside of TX, nil.

    Then there are all the last minute GOP efforts to suppress the vote. If 100 or more people aren’t under investigation next Wednesday, it’s all a big fraud. Yeah, the GOP warned us, just failed to mention it would be them doing all the fraud.

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  3. Christie, of course, is rather more likely to die of heart problems related to weight and life style than of ebola. Perhaps he should be quarantined away from high-calorie foods.

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  4. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    LynnN, he could solve two of his problems by having his mouth nailed shut. Seriously though, isn’t it very risky not to rigidly follow post-op instructions for the procedure he had to reduce his size? His next blow up might not be of the verbal variety.

    Don’t know if we’ll watch the election returns this year, or wait for the morning reads. If we do watch, it will be with the mute function firmly depressed. The talking heads are really annoying and nonsensical this election cycle. Remember “President Romney”? Apparently they don’t.

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  5. e platypus onion says:

    Weather is decent and corn harvest is winding down. Here I sit with first bout of gout(right hand/wrist) and full blown misery. Hurts to smile. I would certainly wish this on a bunch of wingnuts but they wouldn’t appreciate the humor of my gesture. Won’t stop me from pulling levers next Tuesday. OUCH!!!

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  6. Well,

    At least (up here in MA) we have a reason to GOTV.

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  7. @EPO
    I’m not a medical doctor, but do suffer the occasional gout attack as well. Try large quantities of Welch’s 100% Juice Black Cherry Concord Grape. I have good results with it.

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  8. Sen. Graham says when he’s prez, things will be great for white men in all-male clubs. Heh, heh, he’ll prolly say he’s jist jokin’:

    http://www.cnn.com/2014/10/29/politics/lindsey-graham-private-club/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

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  9. Ralph Wiggam says:

    Boehner’s lawsuit v. Obama

    “Attorney Bill Burck and the Quinn Emanuel firm halted preparations for the proposed suit in recent weeks, according to two sources familiar with the situation. Last month, the lawyer originally hired to pursue the case, David Rivkin of Baker Hostetler, made a similar abrupt exit.

    A spokesman for Boehner declined to discuss the status of the House’s relationship with Burck and Quinn Emanuel. However, spokesman Kevin Smith said Wednesday evening that House leaders are considering having the lawsuit filed by lawyers already on the House payroll.”

    This came from Politico and I hate linking to Politico.

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  10. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Daffy Cruz, Jr. comes out as gay: ‘I Love My Iphone’

    Well, maybe not exactly gay, but on that slippery slope they throw out to derail marriage equality, aren’t animals and inanimate objects two of their worries?

    Does an Iphone count, or must it be a toaster oven before the next step to choosing to be gay for the GOPbags? Eh, the choices they make.

    http://crooksandliars.com/2014/10/ted-cruz-asked-comment-apple-ceo-coming

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  11. @PKM
    I doubt anyone loves their iPhone. Many worship their iPhone, but that’s a different broken commandment. So iPhone worship shouldn’t prevent the sort of recreational intercourse with animals and inanimate objects about which the Teabaggers protesteth so much.

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  12. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Micr, thank you for the insight. Think I understand now; it’s just more of the Teabagger projection. Also explains their convoluted, “no means yes” rationale. They’re so busy saying no, no, no, denial, no they think the rest of the world speaks their tangled doublespeak. Orwell’s “1984”? No, more like the book he didn’t write “1784.”

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  13. @PKM
    You are right about the Teabaggers and 1984. Forget Atlas Shrugged. They want MiniTrue and Big Brother so badly they wet their Depends every step they take.

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  14. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Micr, too bad the Teabaggers chose to warm up to the wrong Big Brother. They think God is speaking to them and that government is the devil. But the devils that bought them are the Koch brothers, whose “thoughts” they hear in their heads. They are in serious need of an intervention specialist with experience in reuniting cultists to reality.

    Iraq was a mess brought to us by Cheney/Bush2. But the real damage has been a combination of Reagan, Bush, G. H. W., and Bush, G. W. who brought us the Opus Dei Fascists on the top court, Scalia, Kennedy, Thomas, Roberts and Alito.

    This year the focus is maintaining the Senate. Next real focus needs to be regaining control of the House to an extent those five can be impeached for the very real crimes they have committed.

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  15. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Good news. The ammosexual cop killer has been captured in PA. White boy captured alive, so hopefully his lips will provide insight into his mania. Les hope that the media will report the ironies.

    https://gma.yahoo.com/fbi-most-wanted-fugitive-eric-frein-captured-alive-224200290–abc-news-topstories.html

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  16. Marge Wood says:

    I was wrong. The guy in the cowboy hat is Sid Miller who thinks he and Ted Nugent are really good buddies even if Abbott has kinda cooled off his friendship with Nugent. The other insane thing on the front page was a race car zipping up Congress Avenue. I’m glad he had good brakes.
    And that guy who got caught, if you’d seen him in the grocery store, would you have thought he looked dangerous? I think I’m going to just stay home and call in my grocery order.

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  17. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Marge Wood, you answered your original question from this morning: “Is that important?”

    Enjoy the irony. Ted Nugent or this unknown Sid, eh, two unknowns. That’s progress.

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  18. @PKM
    I re-read one of your posts, in which you nailed it and in which I read past without so much as one brain cell firing: PROJECTION. The Tea-hadists are in 360 degree projection of every degenerate thought that comes into their sexually repressed little brains. And before Bill Murray states the obvious, gettin’ ’em laid aint gonna solve their probs.

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  19. Polite Kool Marxist says:

    Micr, this is for you, the Bankstons and all the wonderful people who comment here. You all deserve some sweet news, as we wait with baited breath for the election results.

    How a tech-savvy grandma is trying to lead Kansas Democrats out of the wilderness
    With Big Data and a big heart, state Chair Joan Wagnon has rebuilt her party
    http://news.yahoo.com/how-a-tech-savvy-grandma-is-trying-to-lead-kansas-democrats-out-of-the-wilderness-175448340.html

    “Now the only unknown is the success of what she calls their “grand experiment,” cheekily using the same language Brownback used early on to describe the sweeping tax-cut policies that now threaten his political future.

    Whatever happens on Tuesday, Wagnon is already planning to get back to work next week. Soon she’ll be getting the party ready for 2016. But her term ends in February, and she’s already given notice that this time she truly is going to retire. Friends and colleagues are skeptical.

    “I am really going to do it this time,” she insisted. “Maybe.”

    Yes, whatever the pundits might say, there is hope for Kansas and Texas.

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