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  1. 1
    cleek says:

    here’s von Brunn on “interracial breeding”:

    Approval of inter-racial breeding is predicated on idiotic Christian dogma that God’s children must love their enemies (a concept JEWS totally reject); and on LIBERAL/MARXIST/JEW propaganda that all men/races are created equal. These genocidal ideologies, preached from the American pulpits, taught in American schools, legislated in the halls of Congress (confirming TALMUDIC conviction that goyim are stupid sheep), are expected to produce a single, superintelligent, beautiful, non-White “American” population. Eliminating forever racism, inequality, bigotry and war. As with ALL LIBERAL ideologies, miscegenation is totally inconsistent with Natural Law: the species are improved through in-breeding, natural selection and mutation. Only the strong survive. Cross-breeding Whites with species lower on the evolutionary scale diminishes the White gene-pool while increasing the number of physiologically, psychologically and behaviorally deprived mongrels. Throughout history improvident Whites have miscegenated. The “brotherhood” concept is not new (as LIBERALS pretend) nor are the results — which are inevitably disastrous for the White Race — evident today, for example, in the botched populations of Cuba, Mexico, Egypt, India, and the inner cities of contemporary America.

    yep, that guy is sure a liberal !

    (via some numbskull BeliefNet – who tries to pin von Brunn’s crimes on his “Darwinism”)

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    Krista says:

    As with ALL LIBERAL ideologies, miscegenation is totally inconsistent with Natural Law: the species are improved through in-breeding, natural selection and mutation.

    Well, he’s obviously an excellent example of both in-breeding and mutation, I’d say.

  3. 3
    Comrade Dread says:

    Listen people, I’m only going to say this once…

    If you see the freakin’ sign telling you with helpful arrows which lane you need to be in to take the offramp to the freeway you need over a mile before the offramp starts, and you continue to parallel my car in a lane to the left of those, and then you cut in at the last second, forcing me to slam on my breaks and almost get into an accident, you are a bad human being.

  4. 4
    Betsy says:

    @cleek:

    confirming TALMUDIC conviction that goyim are stupid sheep

    Funny how his vitriolic hatred of Jews seems to coexist with (or stem from) envious admiration of them what he imagines them to be.

  5. 5
    Bill E Pilgrim says:

    @cleek:

    Er, I don’t think “love thine enemies” was meant in that way, nutcase.

    So I can only imagine what he thinks “give unto others” meant.

  6. 6
    jibeaux says:

    the species are improved through in-breeding

    I’m no scientist, but….

  7. 7
    Ed in NJ says:

    Neocons are rooting for Ahmajinedad today so that they can continue to warmonger.

    Right-Wing Neocons Rooting For Ahmadinejad Win

  8. 8
    jibeaux says:

    @Comrade Dread:

    Ugh. They’re going to a special waiting room of Hades where the people are who KNOW that the lane is closing a mile ahead of time, but zoom right down to the closing because they’re too good to wait with everyone else in the line to Spain, then cut in in front of some clueless octogenarian who hasn’t learned to defend her traffic space from the inconsiderate d-bags.

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    Common Sense says:

    @Comrade Dread:

    If you see the freakin’ sign telling you with helpful arrows which lane you need to be in to take the offramp to the freeway you need over a mile before the offramp starts, and you continue to parallel my car in a lane to the left of those, and then you cut in at the last second, forcing me to slam on my breaks and almost get into an accident, you are a bad human being.

    What I don’t get (and maybe this is a regional thing) is that these same people would never in a thousand years act that way in person. If we were all in line at the grocery store I don’t see them waiting in one line all the way until they are about to be checked and then suddenly jump lines, bringing their neighbor’s to a screeching halt. But put a multi ton machine going 70 MPH between them and me and they are willing to risk their own neck. I don’t get it…

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    Bill E Pilgrim says:

    @Comrade Dread:

    If you see the freakin’ sign telling you with helpful arrows which lane you need to be in to take the offramp

    Are there lanes in this thing?

    Damn. I always just exited to go read other blogs without even so much as signaling.

  11. 11
    Dork says:

    @Comrade Dread: I’ll go further: they should put sensors in the lane markers that detect turn signals. Any car passing over a lane marking without a signal in use is instantly marked for later destruction.

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    AhabTRuler says:

    @Comrade Dread: I’m hitting my knees and thanking the god I don’t believe in that my new job is accessible by public transportation. Instead being driven insane by my fellow drivers, I will instead be driven insane by the incompetence of WMATA managers. I mean, its still a burn, but it’s a lower grade burn with less chance of death by SUV.

  13. 13
    Krista says:

    Heh.

    Definitely a better excuse than a tummyache, that’s for certain…

  14. 14
    Crashman06 says:

    @AhabTRuler: Yes but more chance of getting swine flu on public transit!

    Are we still supposed to be scared of that by the way?

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    peach flavored shampoo says:

    Just got back from the hospital maternity ward, and damn there are a lot of Birthers in there….

    /rimshot

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    gbear says:

    edit: delete

  17. 17
    JGabriel says:

    For those looking for news on the Iran election, don’t forget to check out Juan Cole’s Informed Consent.

    Also some good coverage at HuffPo, and TPM. Not linking any specific articles, all of you know how to get to those sites.

    .

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    AhabTRuler says:

    @Crashman06: What’s more likely: swine flu fatality or cell-phone talking hockey mom crushes you with her Denali XL?
    Bear in mind that I rode the Washington Metro after 9/11, and flew within 3 or 4 weeks of Richard Reid’s shoe fun. I won’t let terrorists or infectious diseases win.
    Life’s too short.
    Plus, you can read on the Metro, and there is little I wouldn’t trade for time to read a book. Win!

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    iluvsummr says:

    Since I usually comment after work (Pacific time), most threads are dead by the time I get to them. For those who might be interested, I mentioned two days ago that the microlending site Kiva has opened up to US entrepreneurs because of the recession. I’ve made loans to two entrepreneurs so far: one in San Francisco and one in Atlanta. The SFO entrepreneur has so many lenders (including a team put together by Maria Shriver) that he’s raised 100% of the $7500 loan in two days. The ATL dude who doesn’t have that kind of star power backing him has only raised 3% of $7450. Please check out Kiva if you’re so inclined — I’ve been lending there since mid-2008. Of 16 loans I’ve made, 3 have been paid back in full (entrepreneurs in Nigeria, Peru and Senegal), 1 is delinquent (an entrepreneur in Lebanon) and 12 are still in up-to-date repayment (entrepreneurs in Azerbaijan, Dominican Republic, Tajikistan, Cambodia, Ghana, etc.).

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    JGabriel says:

    cleek:

    (via some numbskull BeliefNet – who tries to pin von Brunn’s crimes on his “Darwinism”)

    Right, because the successes of natural selection are all about the in-breeding.

    (Whistles marvellingly at the stupid.)

    .

  21. 21
    Crashman06 says:

    @AhabTRuler: Agreed. I’m a happy public transit rider myself. I was just recalling the nonsense around the swine flu hysteria a few weeks ago.

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    SGEW says:

    . . . tries to pin von Brunn’s crimes on his “Darwinism”

    P.Z. had an excellent post recently on how evolution-deniers simply do not understand selection (well worth the read). It seems that both Klinghoffer (the Beliefnet blogger) and Brunn suffer from the same failure to understand basic biology.

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    Comrade Dread says:

    I’m hitting my knees and thanking the god I don’t believe in that my new job is accessible by public transportation. Instead being driven insane by my fellow drivers, I will instead be driven insane by the incompetence of WMATA managers. I mean, its still a burn, but it’s a lower grade burn with less chance of death by SUV.

    It’s a trade off.

    Hopping on the train, you trade idiot drivers for: mothers who drag their ten rugrats on board and don’t pay attention to them as they lay down in the aisle preventing foot traffic; homeless crazy guys who think they’re Jesus asking for change; the ever present smell of urine, and the rather… uh… rotund fellow who spills over his tiny seat halfway into your seat.

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    Crashman06 says:

    @cleek: I don’t know much about biology either, but doesn’t inbreeding weaken a gene pool? So, it should be actually better to breed outside of your population in order to increase genetic diversity? This is why pure-bred dogs have so many weird health problems, right?

  25. 25
    Brick Oven Bill says:

    Well I guess discussing how old white guys suck at extremism is verboten. So here is a thought on music and communities for testing purposes. Ten years ago in this community, there were three live bands on any given weekend, one at the biker bar, one at the country bar, and the best live band was of course at the small Chinese restaurant. This is where the lesbians gathered.

    Then, despite growth and newfound wealth, the live music disappeared. Now this town finds itself in very hard times. And last night at the pizza joint, I ran across the guy who sometimes did the music at the biker bar. He has stopped the drinking and the drugs and has found God. He was running an open mike and it was excellent.

  26. 26
    Brachiator says:

    Meanwhile, in another corner of the Forest of Crazy, Sarah Palin is picking a fight with David Letterman (Palin: Letterman owes apology to young women):

    Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin said Friday that “Late Night” host David Letterman “crossed the line” when he joked about her daughters.

    As is par for the course, she even tries to drag Obama into it by trying to turn Letterman into an agent of the Democratic Party.

    “During the campaign, Gov. Obama said family is off limits,” Palin told [Today Show Host Matt] Lauer. “The ‘candidate who must be obeyed’ adhered to that,” she said. “But they haven’t done that on the other side of the ticket. So that’s a political double standard.”

    This, by the way, is a variation of the Team Hillary nonsense of moving from a legitimate point, sexism in political campaigns, to a phony one — trying to make your political opponents responsible for anything that annoys or angers you.

    As always, Palin does not understand that you don’t pick fights with professional comedians:

    “I’m not necessarily proud of these jokes,” he said. But, he added, “We do stuff all the time and our objective here is to get a laugh, and thank God we don’t have to go to The Hague and the World Court to defend them. It’s a joke and that’s all it’s supposed to be. Am I guilty of poor taste? Yes. Did I suggest that it was OK for her 14-year-old daughter to be having promiscuous sex? No.

    I expect the GOP to ramp this crap up, because it is about the only thing that can keep discussions of their culpability for the Holocaust Museum shooting off the weekend pundit shows.

  27. 27
    Cat Lady says:

    I wish the MSM would expose more of the meme that righttards are just the biggest bunch of whiny ass titty babies, imagining scary muslims and ball crushing women under their beds, ready to emasculate them at every moment. They’re a bunch of thumb sucking head cases with Mommy issues, and yet the WATBs get to promote their views on every available media outlet as if what they’re saying is not just absurd bluster and laughable but “conservative”. Has Hannity been waterboarded yet? Didn’t think so. They need to be pointed to and laughed at. They’re a bunch of freakin’ babies! Also.

  28. 28
    jibeaux says:

    Brick Oven Bill, are you really Oil Drum Oven Victor?

  29. 29
    Brachiator says:

    @Brick Oven Bill:

    Well I guess discussing how old white guys suck at extremism is verboten.

    You are a tiresome old fool. A good man, security guard Stephen T. Johns, was murdered by a moron who let hate fester in his heart for years, past the point of alienating his own family, and ending in a despicable act of homicidal cowardice.

    I wish the MSM would expose more of the meme that righttards are just the biggest bunch of whiny ass titty babies, imagining scary muslims and ball crushing women under their beds, ready to emasculate them at every moment. … They need to be pointed to and laughed at.

    We are past the point of “memes” and “mockery” now. The evil genie is out of the bottle. Rush and Hannity and Beck and all their evil media brood have disturbed the previously dormant hornets’ nest of old style racism and anti-semitism.

    It will take the best of all of us to fight what is emerging from the worst among us.

  30. 30
    jibeaux says:

    @Brachiator:

    I thought Obama was crap as a governor, personally.

  31. 31
    cleek says:

    So, it should be actually better to breed outside of your population in order to increase genetic diversity? This is why pure-bred dogs have so many weird health problems, right?

    exactly.

    in addition to knocking-back disorders tied to recessive genes, breeding for genetic diversity enhances your offsprings’ resistance to disease.

  32. 32
    Brick Oven Bill says:

    That is not me jibeaux. His is a stupid-looking brick oven. He also spent too much. I only spent $500. Here is my brick oven. But I have to agree with Mr. stupid-looking brick overly-expensive brick oven that the light, airy crusts are excellent. There is a parallel between affluence and no live music, and hard times and people gathering together to enjoy live music.

    My parents have a neighbor who installed what is probably a $30,000 kitchen. They order out and have food delivered nightly. Backyard cookouts with community making $1.43 pizzas are very fun.

    The shooting was of course wrong Brachinator, and the victim and his family have my condolences. But you should have similar sympathies for the victims of the 36 shootings in one weekend alone, in Chicago. There should be a single standard of outrage.

  33. 33
    Brick Oven Bill says:

    Someone please explain to me why it is forbidden to express condolences for the victim of this last incident, and then also express condolences for those daily victims in Chicago.

  34. 34
    Xanthippas says:

    When are you guys going to get on Twitter?

  35. 35
    Brachiator says:

    @jibeaux:

    I thought Obama was crap as a governor, personally.

    Good catch. I went back to make sure that I was referencing Palin’s quote correctly. Even when she is faux outraged, she can’t help but embrace teh stoopid.

  36. 36
    Cain says:

    So what’s a good method to get rid of cat urine? I have a cat that seems to ahve repeatedly gave her best in our bedroom corridor and I’ve cleaned up many times but I think there is still enough left to get her confused and she goe back there. I can never catch her in the act as she does it while we’re asleep. Is there some kind of industrial strength stuff that gets the carpet and the pad underneath? Either that we need to replace the entire carpet.

    On a more happy note, I’m really happy with the new cat litter we got based on plant pellets. No 1) dust 2) no tracking (well relatively little) and most of all no smell, the stuff just absorbs urine and I think the cats are happy with it. (My cats are nto picky, to them nothing is more awesome than new fresh litter of any type)

    cain

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    Brick Oven Bill says:

    In any case, that is not me jbeaux. His is a stupid-looking brick oven. He also spent too much. I only spent $500. Here is my my brick oven. But I have to agree with Mr. stupid-looking brick overly-expensive brick oven that the light, airy crusts are excellent. There is perhaps a parallel between affluence and no live music, and hard times and people gathering together to enjoy live music.

    My parents have a neighbor who installed what is probably a $30,000 kitchen. They order out and have food delivered to their house nightly. Home cooked meals are more enjoyable than takeout, in my opinion.

  38. 38
    Rosali says:

    Technical question: Why is it that when I hit the “Reply to this comment” grey arrow, I can’t see anything I type in the Preview? Am I doing it wrong?

  39. 39
    peach flavored shampoo says:

    @Brick Oven Bill: I see you’re trashing climate change on your website. A Denier, eh? So you are just as f#cking stupid as your writing. Alas…

  40. 40
    SGEW says:

    @Rosali: Ur doin it rite. Blame WordPress, not thyself.

    [The problem, it seems, is a link that ends in a numeral. If you put a letter at the end of the link (before the “) lo! your comment appears, for purposes of the preview. Don’t forget to delete the letter before you post, else the link will be inoperative.]

  41. 41
    Brick Oven Bill says:

    It is called Climate Chaos these days peach flavored shampoo.

  42. 42
    Rosali says:

    @SGEW: It worked! Tx

  43. 43
    smiley says:

    The new morans.

    Added: MSNBC just showed a clip of Patrick Fitzgerald while the reader informed us that Patrick Kennedy has checked himself into rehab. Morans.

  44. 44
    jibeaux says:

    @Brick Oven Bill:

    Maybe, but his goes horizontal AND vertical.

  45. 45
    Brick Oven Bill says:

    Point taken jibeaux, but mine is also used for petrochemical research.

  46. 46
    Starfish says:

    Anne, I am sorry for pissing all over that long post that was long and hating on the crazies. Other than a commenter or two, I expect this place to bring more funny to the crazies as opposed to anger. It is therapeutic that way. I think Balloon Juice definitely needs a woman to write a “I don’t really like the taste of beer” thread or the “I don’t give a rat’s ass about either of those two sports thread that were started by other posters within minutes of each other” or “Will that guy with the popular financial blog quit comparing the economic troubles to rape?”

  47. 47
    burnspbesq says:

    If I wish for Cristiano Ronaldo to tear an ACL, for Real Madrid to be humiliated by some nothing club like Djurgardens in the group stages of the Champions League, and for the Santiago Bernabeu stadium to be condemned due to a previously undiscovered construction defect, does that make me a bad person?

    I actually think I now hate Real more than i hate the damn Tarheels.

  48. 48
    Brachiator says:

    @Brick Oven Bill:

    The shooting was of course wrong Brachinator, and the victim and his family have my condolences. But you should have similar sympathies for the victims of the 36 shootings in one weekend alone, in Chicago. There should be a single standard of outrage.

    Your original post didn’t express any condolences and sought to minimize the enormity of von Brunn’s crime. And now you try to rehash an irrelevant and lame rhetorical point that you had rehearsed in an earier thread.

    Kind of a waste of time, don’t you think?

  49. 49
    Brick Oven Bill says:

    You have expressed outrage over von Brunn Brachinator, but do not even take note of the regular killings in Chicago. In my opinion, this makes you a bigot, as you have low expectations for the people of Chicago. Perhaps it is subliminal.

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    Josh E. says:

    When’s the time up on this second run of the Pam Anderson-PETA ad? I’ve got no problem with near-nude women, but I’d like to be able to check out the blog at work.

  51. 51
    Death By Mosquito Truck says:

    He has stopped the drinking and the drugs and has found God. He was running an open mike and it was excellent.

    Praise the Lord, BOB. We’ve been looking everywhere for God.

  52. 52
    different church-lady says:

    Wasn’t the Pamela Anderson ad supposed to be gone by now?

    I’m not offended by it, I’m just bloody sick of it.

  53. 53
    Brachiator says:

    @Brick Oven Bill:

    You have expressed outrage over von Brunn Brachinator, but do not even take note of the regular killings in Chicago.

    The best antidote to your irrelevancies is Mark Blumenthal’s remarkable blog posting, honoring his late father-in-law and the staff at the Holocaust Museum, including murdered officer Stephen Johns.

    In my opinion…

    Your opinion has absolutely no value.

  54. 54
    Face says:

    Why is Josh Marshall so obsessed with the Iranian elections? I mean, seriously? 3-4 articles on the front page?

  55. 55
    cleek says:

    So what’s a good method to get rid of cat urine?

    we used a carpet cleaner*, and some Resolve, and some baking soda, and some Febreeze, and some baby powder, and some club soda. not all at once. it took a lot of work, but we finally got the smell out.

    a Bissel Lil Green – must have, if you have love haired cats and carpets. it’s great for cleaning hairball juice.

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    Cain says:

    So I wonder if we should give Obama credit for not releasing torture pictures prior to Lebanese and Iranian elections?

    cain

  57. 57
    Cain says:

    @cleek:

    Thanks Cleek! I”ve been using those organic thingees that supposed to chemically remove the smell. It also doesn’t help that the previous owner of our home had cats that did it everywhere. When we removed the carpets we had to get rid the plywood underneath as it was completely soaked through, and the drywall still has a smell :(

    cain

  58. 58
    Brick Oven Bill says:

    With that tribute, Brachinator again elevates von Brunn’s victim above all the others, seemingly based upon the race of the shooter. Death does not care who pulled the trigger. Death is colorblind.

  59. 59

    What about John’s dog?

  60. 60
    Death By Mosquito Truck says:

    Yes, John’s dog is color-blind too.

  61. 61
    Brachiator says:

    @Face:

    Why is Josh Marshall so obsessed with the Iranian elections? I mean, seriously? 3-4 articles on the front page?

    Because the elections are important? Because what is happening in the Middle East and Southeast Asia is important?

    If moderates win in Iran, and the election is allowed to stand, it may provide an opening for a real thaw in relations between the US and Iran. If the moderates win in Iran, perhaps some of Obama’s speech got through to the hearts and minds of people in the region.

    And against this, we have two horrible stories in Iraq and Pakistan.

    The head of the Iraqi parliament’s largest Sunni Arab bloc was gunned down by a teenager today after delivering an afternoon prayer sermon. The killing raised fears the coming months will see a sharp rise in assassinations and other violence, as most American forces depart from Iraq and campaigning intensifies with national elections scheduled for January.

    and

    A prominent Pakistani cleric who had publicly condemned the Taliban and its suicide bombing attacks was killed today by a teenage suicide bomber who detonated explosives inside his office at an Islamic seminary in the eastern city of Lahore. The attack killed at least three other people. Sarfraz Naeemi, a renowned religious scholar, had spoken openly of his support for the ongoing government military offensive to root out Taliban militants from the Swat Valley and surrounding regions. His death sparked immediate protests on the streets of Lahore by followers angry at the Islamic militant group and at the lack of security provided by police to Naeemi and his seminary.

    Today, with relatively few hot domestic news stories, seems a very good time to focus on Iran.

  62. 62
    tavella says:

    I know the blog was mentioned after Tiller’s killing, so you guys might be interested: “April’s mom” , y’know the woman who was supposedly carrying an ancephalic baby to term because she was sooooo pro-life, was a hoax from an anti-abortion poser.

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    Anne Laurie says:

    So what’s a good method to get rid of cat urine? I have a cat that seems to ahve repeatedly gave her best in our bedroom corridor and I’ve cleaned up many times but I think there is still enough left to get her confused and she goe back there. I can never catch her in the act as she does it while we’re asleep. Is there some kind of industrial strength stuff that gets the carpet and the pad underneath? Either that we need to replace the entire carpet.

    This stuff is the gold standard:

    Odormute

    I haven’t tried the liquid formulation, but the mix-it-yourself powder really works. (Since the enzymes that do the organic-substance digestion have a half-life, solutions fresh-mixed from powder are always going to have an edge.) The caveat is that, as with all odor-eaters, the enzymes have to reach ALL the stain, including the carpet pad & probably the plywood under the carpet. So you may have to choose between ‘flooding’ the area (& using a directed fan or blow-dryer to dry things out once the Odormute has had a chance to work), or ripping up that section of the carpet/underlayment and replacing it with an area rug after the fact.

    But you *really* need to… redirect… that cat’s efforts. Some cats can be aggressively territorial about “spraying” a particular patch of territory — does the cat spend most of her time in your bedroom when you’re not there? Apart from thoroughly cleaning The Area, you may have to physically restrict her access for a while — lock her inside the bedroom with you at night, or into another room. Or if the section is small enough try covering it (including the wall if necessary) with plastic or aluminium foil to make it less attractive. (A non-absorptive shield will at least let you know if she re-offends.)

    Worse comes to worst, there are ‘scat mats’ where the cat gets a mild shock from a special collar when it sets paw on the forbidden zone, but that shouldn’t be necessary unless your cat is REALLY stubborn or very, very stupid.

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    YellowJournalism says:

    @Brachiator: The fact that the whole Palin-Letterman “feud” is a big issue is sad enough, but the response from the Palin family and their supporters is just annoying. I understand and fully support their right to be angry about jokes directed at Sarah and her daughter, but the language Todd and Sarah Palin are using, especially all this talk about Letterman being a perverted old man who supports statuatory rape is just out of line. The fact that Palin is constantly being interviewed about it, making connections to elitism, liberalism, and the media being out to get her (again) just tells me that it’s no longer about a parent being angry but a woman who is using the issue to bring more attention to herself and her political career.

    It makes me sick that they have thrown their younger daughter into the issue and not accepted the fact that their older daughter, now a public figure who is of age and continues to make appearances in magazines and on television, was the target of the joke. Palin is going to be interviewed by Wold Blitzer later today, and they showed a clip of her going off about the “context” of the joke proving it’s about her younger daughter. Sarah Palin, if you knew anything about “context”, you would realize it’s about the one who was publicly known to have been “knocked up” and was currently in the public eye.

    If you really had a problem with the joke, you make your public statement and you never go on Letterman or endorse his show in any way. You don’t twist the situation into an opportunity to slam your former political opponent, paint all of New York as elitist, or take the opportunity to go on every talk show and news show that will have you on (ironically, as you slam the media). It just reminds me of celebrities who go on every talk show ranting about their lack of privacy or people like the Spellings who use their personal problems as a way to sell themselves and their careers, all the while crying about how no one will leave them alone.

  65. 65
    Brachiator says:

    @YellowJournalism:

    Palin is going to be interviewed by Wold Blitzer later today, and they showed a clip of her going off about the “context” of the joke proving it’s about her younger daughter.

    Wow. Palin is really getting bad advice from somebody. She is accusing Letterman of being a pervert. Now, apart from the fact that his staff wrote the joke, and he is only the performer, she seems to be intent on trying to punish Letterman. Or she is trying to paint him with some sort or Scarlet Letter of Immorality.

    But her accusation can only seem reasonable to a lunatic fringe of her supporters. Maybe she could get away with this kind of smear in Alaska, but almost everywhere else, it just makes her look like a vindictive fool.

  66. 66
    AhabTRuler says:

    @Brachiator: Palin’s staff must be stalking the comments here, just like the NYTimes is.

  67. 67
    YellowJournalism says:

    @Brachiator: A vindictive, opportunistic fool.

  68. 68
    Blue Raven says:

    @YellowJournalism:

    A vindictive, opportunistic fool.

    In short, the perfect Republican candidate for 2012.

  69. 69
    Brachiator says:

    @AhabTRuler:

    Palin’s staff must be stalking the comments here, just like the NYTimes is.

    Then she should fire them, because her staff is clearly giving her bad advice.

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    Cain says:

    @Anne Laurie:

    Thanks Anne Laurie! Yeah, I think I need to just flood the whole area. That small area has a different feel in the carpet it is so bad. She doesn’t really stay in the bedroom a lot, but in the day she likes to sleep under the covers or under the bed. At night she prefers the guest bedroom. I think it mgiht be that both cats are doing it instead of just her. In either case, I’m going to have to do something drastic to get them to stop going there.

    Thanks for the tip, I think they will come in handy!

    cain

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