Sunday, October 29, 2006

Potty Mouth - Back At You

Howling Latina rarely uses salty language in her blog. However, when she reads a post from GOP blowhard maligning the good name of the stellar Democratic Senate candidate running in Virginia, war hero and author, former Secretary of Navy Jim Webb, she's apt to lose her cool.

A certain conservative blogger has now been going around posting about my potty mouth. Well, it's not like conservatives have never used language that is even more offensive. You know, like wish HL dead because she had the audacity to question statements from a known chronic liar.

The original story that caused the malicious outburst simply discussed the mysterious Sen. George Allen warrant that he tried to explain away with a fishy fish story; here's the love note left in a comment.
Anonymous writes: "Why do you bother living! Eat shit and kill yourself.PS-you suck big time!!!!!"
Oh such genteel words from friends of Sen. George Macacawitz.

Yep, General Grievious Pot, keep calling the kettle black. It's what you Republicans love to do; project your sins outward and try to avoid acountability for all that you "Cheney-up."

It was probably Cheney. He talks like that all the time.
It does sound like classic Cheney/Rove ... the original 'go f*** yourself' guys.

HL I've posted a long list of why Republicans should lose on Nov 7 on my blog. Feel free to borrow any of the information you'd like.


I'll probably post later on this weekend:(
Glenn Greenwald has a good article on Jim Webb at Unclaimed Territory you may want to see.
Jim Webb, Marty Peretz and our "serious" national security leaders
U.S. Election Fraud 2006 Risk Assessment Update
Tuesday, 31 October 2006, 7:19 pm
Opinion: Michael Collins

Prospects for a 34 Seat House Pick Up Look Good

Election Fraud and Digital Disruption Take on More Importance
Michael Collins and TruthIsAll
“Scoop” Independent News
Washington, D.C.

See also… 25 October 2006 - Election Fraud 2006 - Quantifying The Risk

Democrats… may end up riding a wave that would give them both a substantial majority in the House — perhaps a win of more than 30 seats, far greater than the 15 seats they need to net for majority control — and a narrow control of the Senate, winning precisely the six seats they need for control, and perhaps even one more.
- Mark Halperin, ABC News Political DirectorPolitical junkies talk about two elections as they anticipate the November 6 mid term Congressional elections: 1982 and 1994. In 1982, the Democrats picked up 27 House seats as the country said no to the doctrinaire Reagan project. The Senate remained Republican that year. 1994 was a blow out of epic proportions. The Democrats lost 54 seats in the House and eight in the Senate. That election was the “gift that keeps giving.”

The newest faction of the venerable voting rights movement has two entirely different elections that preoccupy it’s small but active ranks as we approach election day: 2000 and 2004. This marked the beginning of the aggressive changes to an election system that for decades had quietly done its mischief in the backwaters of American politics. With the country split down the middle in 2000, spoiled ballots, voter suppression, and digital disruption (voting machine and tabulator problems) assumed a very high profile. After all, 51 million voters watched the candidate they voted against inaugurated as President of the United States. That candidate not only lost the popular vote, he had to rely on his high level handlers and his brother’s good offices to work the system in Florida and Washington for his maximum advantage.
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