Riverdancing with Hugh

Earlier today, the birth of a minor quip in the “Cruise South America with Hugh Hewitt” thread:

Ahmmm, I’m a ghey, and I wouldn’t do anything with the words “Cruise” and “Hugh Hewitt” in it.

Of course, with all those social conservatives in one place, it’ll probably sound like Riverdance in the bathrooms.

We now have visual evidence from one of our reporters in the field:

Lord of the Stance

Consider this an ‘open’ thread.






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    nightjar says:

    We now have visual evidence from one of our reporters in the field:

    Some visions are better not viewed before bedtime.

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    ConservativelyLiberal says:

    Quality here, nothing but the best! Ya gotta luv Photoshop.

    That quote is an instant classic, one for the record books.

    On the latest outrage front, it is obviously a slow news day over at RedState.

    http://www.redstate.com/stories/liberals/

    Guess they are upset with Stevens again. Not hardcore enough about the death penalty, and now he loves Yamamoto and obviously wanted the US to lose WWII.

    Yawn…

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    guyermo says:

    as Senator Craig’s heavyweight championship belt clearly says, that is “Lord of the Dance”

    Perhaps the lack of ellipses and editing confused you…

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    ninerdave says:

    We’re doomed.

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    Keith says:

    C’mon, you gotta make room for this guy: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/i.....AA240_.jpg

    In all fairness, he’s in the seats choreographing. “Muh-ooore KICKS!”

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    chopper says:

    yeah, from now on they should be known as ‘wide threads’ in honor of el senor wide-stance.

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    Breschau says:

    That’s some high-quality ‘shoppin’ right there.

    Kudos.

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    Krista says:

    Shit, chopper beat me to it. :P

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    Dreggas says:

    Seriously they should just name the cruise “Man Love Boat”

    Add a little Santorum in for good measure and it can be “Man Dog Love Boat”.

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    Tim says:

    You know, I used to come here for teh “serious”. Now this place is getting as good as Sadly, No and I’m hitting the Balloon “pipe” two or three times a day.

    Then again, I was once attracted to Ayn Rand/Libertarian concepts. The fact that at the time I was living in my parent’s house in Beverly Hills with a pool and room for a pony escaped my perceptions of irony.

    Patricia Neal remains coldly hot though.

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    OxyCon says:

    Craig looks like the “Lord of the Pants”.

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    Dreggas says:

    OxyCon Says:

    Craig looks like the “Lord of the Pants”.

    that should be LORD OF THE STANCE

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    OxyCon says:

    Dreggas Says:

    that should be LORD OF THE STANCE
    ============

    How bout “Lord of the Wide Stance”!

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    jake says:

    that should be LORD OF THE STANCE

    John, before I die laughing, a request: Please make this the caption. [Wheeze~]

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    Dreggas says:

    OxyCon Says:

    Dreggas Says:

    that should be LORD OF THE STANCE
    ========

    How bout “Lord of the Wide Stance”!

    that’s pretty good but kinda thrown off by the Wide bit, to me anyways.

    I wonder if one of the sponsors for the cruise and show is Little Vicky’s school of dance where everyone can “Tapp-a Tapp-a Tapp-a”?

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    CruzBustamove says:

    Not that there’s anything wrong with that.

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    Okay, all you Chorus Line aficiados:

    “I’m watching Craig go pitta pat. Say, I can do that, I can do that.”

    And:

    Stance: Ten*. Taps: Three
    Blame it on a bit of toilet paper
    My little hand-wave men’s room caper
    Gay I ain’t, kid. Gay I ain’t, kid.

    Stance Ten, Taps Three
    Vice Cop flashed his badge at me
    My Senate Card he wouldn’t see
    Gotta change my guilty plea,
    cause…

    I’m an ass.
    Tell the world, “I am not gay”
    I’ll leave the Senate soon one day
    First resign
    then soon decline

    It’s a gas
    Take on the press, my wife beside me
    Gladiator Politics will deride me
    I’ll fight back, yes,
    I’ll fight back!

    *width measurement

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    okay. adapted, more or less, from the original, here:
    http://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics.....sthree.htm

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    Seriously they should just name the cruise “Man Love Boat”

    You think that’s funny . . . did you know that one of the republicans who is hoping to run against Nick Lampson for Tom DeLay’s old seat is John Manlove, former mayor of Pasadena, Texas?

    Please let the republicans pick him, please!

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    Guess they are upset with Stevens again. Not hardcore enough about the death penalty, and now he loves Yamamoto and obviously wanted the US to lose WWII.

    Oh my GOD! Justice Stevens is human.

    Quick, someone replace him with an deceptobot.

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    jake says:

    Hey, where the hell is our other Master of Ceremonies?

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    Dreggas says:

    jake Says:

    Hey, where the hell is our other Master of Ceremonies?

    I heard he was somewhere below deck getting a special lesson on “family values” from Mitt and Tagg…

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    TenguPhule says:

    Lord of the Stance

    Frodo has failed.

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    jake says:

    No way Dreggas. Tim F. is way too old…
    to attract ReThuglicans.

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    ConservativelyLiberal says:

    Riverdance and The Lord of the Stance, two home runs in one day at BJ! Hold it…

    Riverdance? Craig, The Lord of the Stance? BJ?

    My, how apropos! :)

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    Peter Johnson says:

    Not hardcore enough about the death penalty, and now he loves Yamamoto and obviously wanted the US to lose WWII.

    Do you mean WWIII? Last I checked, we already won WWII. I realize victory is a hard thing for some of you to get used to but what’s past is past.

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    Spartacvs says:

    A fresh face.

    Need to get this guy’s photo in the lineup.

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    ConservativelyLiberal says:

    Hugh Peter Johnson, you even read the link? It is Moe Lane obsessing over a story about Justice Stevens, and yes, he is talking about WWII.

    Those nuts will go to any length to find something to bitch about, as long as it is about a liberal. After a while, it gets pretty tiring.

    Kinda like Bush yelling “WOLF! WOLF!” over and over again.

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    Cain says:

    Well guys, you can add one more Republican into a gay sex scandal. (he voted against gay rights too, closeted bastard that he is) The guy is a state legislator from Washington State.

    http://www.koin.com/Global/story.asp?S=7288671

    Enjoy!
    cain

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    jake says:

    Since this is an OT.

    They’ve caught one of the terrorists immigrantsOK it was a kid who started one of the CA wild fires.

    Check his counters!

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    Michael says:

    Has anyone discussed this NY Time Op-ed piece that compared the Bush Administration to the French Revolution’s Jacobins?

    I’m not a great student of history, but this was a facsinating comparison:

    http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10.....nberg.html


    If the French Terror had a slogan, it was that attributed to the great orator Louis de Saint-Just: “No liberty for the enemies of liberty.” Saint-Just’s pithy phrase (like President Bush’s variant, “We must not let foreign enemies use the forums of liberty to destroy liberty itself”) could serve as the very antithesis of the Western liberal tradition.

    On this principle, the Terror demonized its political opponents, imprisoned suspected enemies without trial and eventually sent thousands to the guillotine. All of these actions emerged from the Jacobin worldview that the enemies of liberty deserved no rights.

    Though it has been a topic of much attention in recent years, the origin of the term “terrorist” has gone largely unnoticed by politicians and pundits alike. The word was an invention of the French Revolution, and it referred not to those who hate freedom, nor to non-state actors, nor of course to “Islamofascism.”

    A terroriste was, in its original meaning, a Jacobin leader who ruled France during la Terreur.

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    Andrew says:

    Hugh Halfwit, Heavyweight Hack – halliterative hode

    Huit heures. Haughty Hugh, hypocrite, had hardly had his habitual ham.
    His harbinger hurries hallward, heralding Hugh’s hodiernal harangue.
    Hopping halyards hustingsward, Hugh has his heavy hamper hauled harbourside;
    Hefting his hip-hugging Hosen, his height hastens, hitching his haemoglobin-hiding hide,
    Huge handles heaving, hoisting his hideous hypertrophied humps heavenward.
    His hall, hack’s habitat, hell-hole, heeds: he holds his hearers, hawking hoky hateful hypotheses hard,
    Hollering his hollow hallucinations, his hysterical hokum, handing his hapless hearkeners hogwash:
    Hoarsely harpooning heterodox Hollywood, hippies’ hedonism — his hierophant’s hebetating hash.
    Hilariously, Hugh Hewitt’s hair’s hue’s hoar’s held handsome, his hateful hardihood’s held holy here.
    His hydrophobic hyperbole has hypnotised his half-hemisphere.
     

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