June 02, 2005

Howard the Scream

Michelle Malkin has the latest rantin's and ravin's of the inmate the Donks have put in charge of the asylum, including this link to Ankle-Biting Pundits that I think Ith would like to see. (Sorry Ith, I can't get into your comments section - Father Justice doesn't like it for some reason.)

Meanwhile, in the "It's Never Too Early To Start" Category, Patrick Ruffini has set up the 2008 Presidential Wire.

In that spirit, I'm going to make one per-diction here. Well, maybe two: Unless she gets caught in a menage-a-trois with a pair of Zarqwani suicide bombers, Hillary is going to get the Dem nod. And one of the things she is going to do between now and then is find a way to get rid of Dean. How she does it, I don't know, but she will. And if nothing else, it will be entertaining to watch.

Posted by Robert at June 2, 2005 02:26 PM

I admire your creativity! Thanks for the pointer.

Posted by: Ith at June 2, 2005 02:30 PM

They have girl suicide bombers?

Posted by: The Colossus at June 2, 2005 02:34 PM

Hey, by the way, when I look at your site in IE set at 1024*768, your entire right panel is kicked down to the bottom of the page.

I think you got a too-wide graphic somewhere. Get John from TexasBestGrok to take a look at it when you get a chance, unless he's running a "Babes of Logan's Run: Jenny Agutter vs. Farrah tournament" or is doing other work that serves humanity.

(And for the record -- I'm with Farrah on that one).

Posted by: The Colossus at June 2, 2005 02:40 PM

That's odd - looks okay to me. Did this just start? Anybody else notice it?

Posted by: Robert the LB at June 2, 2005 02:44 PM

To get around websense at Ith's for commenting, click on the permalink instead of the comment link. It'll open the page where you can add your comment. When you hit submit you will get the websense page, but your comment was posted. I discovered that trick a couple of weeks ago.

Posted by: jen at June 2, 2005 03:02 PM

As far as Hillary, what's gonna be real fun is seeing how she dances around "Will you promise to complete your term if re-elected?" as she faced in her first campaign, if she doesn't just come clean and bail out of the NY '06 Senate race to gear up for a Presidential run. If not, she'll hear that question every single place she campaigns and her opponent--whoever the hell that may be--will bang her over the head with it.

Her Manhattan minions won't care what she says, but the rest of the city and state will, and if she gets cute with her answer, she may be lucky to squeek out a win, and in the process hand the national GOP a ream of footage of her answering those questions, with the words "Dishonest," "Opportunist," and such superimposed under the pics, or gravely intoned by assorted NY citizens complaining she hoodwinked them in a mad lust for power.

At least, those would be the ads I'd whack her with.

Posted by: TC@LeatherPenguin at June 2, 2005 05:31 PM

"It depends on your definition of the word 'complete'".

Posted by: Robert the LB at June 2, 2005 05:50 PM

Isn't even a little bothersome that the goal is who can be more awash in corporate sponsorship? It just feels wrong that this is considered the desireable route...

Posted by: LB buddy at June 3, 2005 08:07 AM
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