Friday, August 13, 2004

No Charley Scared Me In Nam Neither

And By "Ridiculous Hearsay" We Mean "Solid Evidence On Videotape From The Man In Question" Republican Congressman Porter Goss was recently nominated by Bush to be the new head of the CIA. Goss was also interviewed by Michael Moore during the making of his documentary Farenheit 9-11 and was quoted as saying, "I couldn't get a job with CIA today. I am not qualified..." See the clip of the Goss interview on Michael Moore's website here.

Alan Keyes Is A Spectator Sport Not only while carpetbagging his way into the Illinois Senate race did Alan Keyes declare that if he won "the victory is for God," but he also called for the end of electing Senators while running in a Senate election, pining away for the pre-1913 system of electing Senators because since its demise "there has been a steady deleterious erosion of the sovereign role of the states." That, and he also belts out a mean version of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow." Does Barak Osama have golden pipes like that?

John Edwards Smear Watch
Yep, totally sounds like everyday chit-chat from anybody's neighbor, especially if you live next door to a hack-writer for the GOP. "My neighbor made a lot of promises on his way to the Senate. He promised strong support for our military, but then voted against body armor, combat pay, and better health care for our troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. He promised to support traditional North Carolina values, but then voted to the left of Ted Kennedy on partial-birth abortion, taxes, property rights, and a host of other issues. We in North Carolina feel betrayed. My neighbor John figuratively gave his constituents the middle finger while he ingratiated himself to Tom Daschle and the rest of the Democratic Party leadership."

It's Like That Caddyshack Movie, But British

WTF The last time I heard someone talk about German clowns and dead camels, MC No Shame was uncomfortably describing his sexual fantasies.

Holy Living Fuck! Someone's Made Dennis Miller Look Good! And that someone would be tennis malcontent John McEnroe, whose new show on CNBC has twice registered a Neilsen rating of 0.0 (about 39,000 viewers in a country of almost 300 million people). At least Mick Jagger doesn't feel so alone anymore...

-The Sikh Geek