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calendar   Saturday - April 14, 2007

Blind Date

It’s Saturday night. Mid-April ... 1967. One of your college buddies has set you up on a blind date with a friend of his girlfriend. His girlfriend says her friend “has a great personality”. This is what greets you at the women’s dorm when you go to pick up your date.

Do you: (A) fake a heart attack and collapse on the floor, writhing in pain and calling for an ambulance, (B) suddenly remember that you have a dentist’s appointment and jump out the nearest window, even if you’re on the fourth floor, (C) scream uncontrollably at the top of your lungs, “WHY ME, LORD?”, (D) get drunk, marry the wench, have a kid, move to Arkansas and wonder why, forty years later, you have twenty-eight girlfriends on the side, been convicted of perjury and obstruction of justice, been impeached from office and “your better half” hates all men and wants to rule the world.

Choose wisely, Billy. Choose wisely.



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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 04/14/2007 at 10:08 PM   
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calendar   Friday - April 06, 2007

Suckers

According to a recent Zogby Poll, approximately half of the people in the US are incredibly stupid, completely gullible and will buy anything. Coincidentally, the same group thinks the Clintons are not corrupt, that Elvis is working in a car wash in Duluth and the Air Force is hiding space aliens in Nevada.

As for the other 50% (which includes you and me - and I’m not too sure about you), we’re betting even money Slick Willie won’t be able to keep his pants zipped and Hillary will have more people whacked if the the couple moves back into the White House. Which group are you in?

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 04/06/2007 at 07:20 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - March 31, 2007

Saturday Silliness

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/31/2007 at 06:45 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - March 14, 2007

Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy

Same tune, different election. The Hildabeast never seems to come up with any original material. The “vast right-wing conspiracy” is evidently alive and well, according to Hilly (wife of Billy). Maybe she’s right. Then again there may be more than one conspiracy at work here ...

Clinton: Right-Wing Conspiracy Is Back
WASHINGTON (AP) - Mar 13, 10:57 AM (ET)

imageimagePresidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton told Democrats Tuesday the “vast, right-wing conspiracy” is back, using a phrase she once coined to describe partisan criticism. Speaking to Democratic municipal officials, the New York senator used the term to hammer Republicans on election irregularities.

Clinton was first lady when she famously charged allegations of an affair between her then-president husband Bill Clinton and White House intern Monica Lewinsky were the result of a conservative conspiracy.

As evidence of the affair eventually came to light, the comment was ridiculed.But many Democrats have since insisted that Clinton was correct, pointing to the well-documented efforts by conservative financier Richard Mellon Scaife to fund a network of anti-Clinton investigations.

On Tuesday, she asserted the conspiracy is alive and well, and cited as proof the Election Day 2002 case of phone jamming in New Hampshire, a case in which two Republican operatives pleaded guilty to criminal charges, and a third was convicted.

“To the New Hampshire Democratic party’s credit, they sued and the trail led all the way to the Republican National Committee,” Clinton said. “So if anybody tells you there is no vast right-wing conspiracy, tell them that New Hampshire has proven it in court,” she said.

Former RNC operative James Tobin was convicted of telephone harassment and appealed his conviction. The investigation arose after Democratic organizers’ phones were overwhelmed by annoying hang-up calls hindering their get-out-the-vote efforts.

But, Hillary ... if two Republicans making prank phone calls is evidence of a “vast right-wing conspiracy”, what do you call it when Republican offices all across the country were broken into and vandalized just before the 2004 election?

Bush’s Campaign Office In Spokane Burglarized, Vandalized
(SEATTLE TIMES) - Monday, October 11, 2004

Offices that house President Bush’s re-election campaign in Spokane were broken into and vandalized last night, the latest in a string of crimes at Republican offices across the country.

Workers arriving this morning found a hole smashed through the wall from an adjacent, vacant office. Bush campaign officials say a small amount of petty cash is missing and a computer and television had been moved and left near the hole.

“They must have gotten spooked because they ultimately left the computer and TV,” said Bill Hyslop, the campaign’s chairman for the Fifth Congressional District. The computer and the TV had recently arrived in Spokane and the computer was loaded with information from the Republican get-out-the vote program.

Spokane police responded this morning and took the computer’s monitor and the TV, Hyslop said. “We obviously have no idea who did this and are not going to cast aspersions,” said Hyslop, who served as U.S. attorney in Spokane under President George H.W. Bush.

In Bellevue last week, computers that stored the Republican get-out-the-vote database were stolen in a burglary at the Republican headquarters there. Bush campaign officials believe the break-ins are part of a broader attack on the president’s re-election offices around the country, including a burglary in Canton, Ohio, last night, gun shots fired in West Virginia, Florida and Tennessee and union protestors storming offices in three Florida cities and Minneapolis.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/14/2007 at 10:28 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - March 08, 2007

Encore!

I just can’t help it. This post from a few days ago deserves another run ....

This is just way too embarrassing for words to describe. Ordinary human beings like us should never have to be subjected to this horror. There ought to be a law against it. Doesn’t the Geneva Convention protect me from this? As a Southerner, I am deeply offended. Click on the image below and wait for the Flash popup window to open.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/08/2007 at 03:44 PM   
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calendar   Wednesday - March 07, 2007

The Jerk

I wonder if she has a dog named “shithead”?

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/07/2007 at 06:12 PM   
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calendar   Tuesday - March 06, 2007

Barking Southerner In Disguise?

This is just way too embarrassing for words to describe. Ordinary human beings like us should never have to be subjected to this horror. There ought to be a law against it. Doesn’t the Geneva Convention protect me from this? As a Southerner, I am deeply offended. Click on the image below and wait for the Flash popup window to open.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 03/06/2007 at 09:23 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - February 24, 2007

The Godmother

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/24/2007 at 05:47 PM   
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calendar   Friday - February 23, 2007

Carpetbaggers

After the Civil War the South had to suffer the greed and evil of a group of people called ”carpetbaggers”. These people went south with only one purpose - strip the South of its wealth for personal advantage and to gain power.

Now one state, Arkansas, is getting revenge on the Damn Yankees. They first sent the Clintons to Washington to make a mess of things there and then as a final insult they pawned the Dastardly Duo off on New York state. Take that, damn yankees!

You ain’t heard nothing yet though. Since leaving office Ol’ Slick Willie has been making money hand over fist giving speeches to groups who should know better than to pay $150,000 for a twenty minute pack of lies from Bill, followed by some arm-twisting to donate $300,000 to Hillary’s campaign war chest.

Throw in a couple of seven-figure book deals for books that don’t even make for good bathroom reading and you’ve got a couple of carpetbaggers gouging the yankees for everything they’re worth. To make matters worse, Slick Willie took his show on the road over the last six years out west and overseas making nearly $40 million - a figure that only baseball and basketball players could command before now.

And that’s just the speaking and book income. Lord knows how many millions the pair have squeezed out of those companies and individuals in campaign contributions to Hillary and her political action committees. I guess the North will think twice the next time they decide to rape the South. Payback is a bitch, ain’t it?

For Clinton, New Wealth In Speeches
Fees in 6 Years Total Nearly $40 Million
(WASHINGTON POST) - Friday, February 23, 2007

imageimageFormer president Bill Clinton, who came to the White House with modest means and left deeply in debt, has collected nearly $40 million in speaking fees over the past six years, according to interviews and financial disclosure statements filed by his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.).

Last year, one of his most lucrative since he left the presidency, Clinton earned $9 million to $10 million on the lecture circuit. He averaged almost a speech a day—352 for the year—but only about 20 percent were for personal income. The others were given for no fee or for donations to the William J. Clinton Foundation, the nonprofit group he founded to pursue causes such as the fight against AIDS.

His paid speeches included $150,000 appearances before landlord groups, biotechnology firms and food distributors, as well as speeches in England, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia that together netted him more than $1.6 million. On one particularly good day in Canada, Clinton made $475,000 for two speeches, more than double his annual salary as president.

“I never had a nickel to my name until I got out of the White House, and now I’m a millionaire, the most favored person for the Washington Republicans,” Clinton told a friendly audience in Kentucky last fall. “I get a tax cut every year, no matter what our needs are.”

Indeed, the Clintons—who left the White House with an estimated $12 million in legal debts rung up during the Whitewater, campaign fundraising and Monica S. Lewinsky investigations—are worth an estimated $10 million to $50 million, according to Hillary Clinton’s most recent disclosure form. That is attributable primarily to the speaking fees and to the seven-figure book deals that both Clintons signed shortly after leaving the White House.

The fortune they have amassed gives the Clintons a nest egg for the first time, and it allows them to tap into that wealth for a campaign if Hillary Clinton, as expected, forgoes public financing in her race for president. It also suggests a sometimes close connection between their personal finances and her political career.

Many of Bill Clinton’s six-figure speeches have been made to companies whose employees and political action committees have been among Hillary Clinton’s top backers in her Senate campaigns. The New York investment giant Goldman Sachs paid him $650,000 for four speeches in recent years. Its employees and PAC have given her $270,000 since 2000—putting it second on the list of her most generous political patrons.

The banking firm Citigroup, whose employees and PAC have been Hillary Clinton’s top source of campaign donations, with more than $320,000, paid her husband $250,000 for a speech in France in 2004. Last year, it committed $5.5 million for Clinton’s Global Initiative to help encourage entrepreneurship and financial education among the poor.

Asked about the companies and their relationship to the Clintons, Jay Carson, a spokesman for the former president, said, “It certainly makes sense that reputable New York companies who support the policies and works of President Clinton and his foundation would also be supportive of their senator.”

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/23/2007 at 02:39 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - February 22, 2007

Riddle Me This!

Can somebody translate this for me?

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/22/2007 at 01:22 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - February 18, 2007

Closing Out The Weekend

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 02/18/2007 at 11:15 PM   
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calendar   Monday - January 22, 2007

The Hildabeast Cartoon Show

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Paul Combs - The Tampa Tribune


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Nick Anderson - The Houston Chronicle


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Randy Bish - The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review


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Doug Marlette - The Tallahassee Democrat


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Drew Sheneman - The Newark Star Ledger


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 01/22/2007 at 04:03 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - January 20, 2007

GAME ON!

I have been anxiously awaiting this moment since November. I knew it was coming and so did you. The only question was when. Now the beast has finally crawled forth from its cave and it is hungry. It wants to eat your country. It wants to force you to accept socialism in all of its deranged forms: medical care, welfare, gun control, taxation, big government. It wants to control your lives. Its thirst for power is limitless.

There are 654 days until November 4, 2008. Time is of the essence if the beast is to be stopped. Gird your loins and cinch up your jock straps, people. It’s going to be a rough ride from here on in. Years of devious preparation and scheming are about to come to a head in the “Election To End All Elections.” The Hildabeast is slithering toward the White House, leaving a trail of slimy politics and dead bodies in its wake.

Like Napolean returning from Elba, Shrillary Clinton is already calling in all political debts, gathering strength and preparing to plunge the nation into another round of lies, deceit and Liberal madness.

We are headed for Waterloo. Which Republican will step forth to be our Wellington ... ?

imageimageClinton Launches 2008 White House Bid

“I’m in. And I’m in to win. Today I am announcing that I will form an exploratory committee to run for president.

And I want you to join me not just for the campaign but for a conversation about the future of our country — about the bold but practical changes we need to overcome six years of Bush administration failures.

I am going to take this conversation directly to the people of America, and I’m starting by inviting all of you to join me in a series of web chats over the next few days. The stakes will be high when America chooses a new president in 2008.

As a senator, I will spend two years doing everything in my power to limit the damage George W. Bush can do. But only a new president will be able to undo Bush’s mistakes and restore our hope and optimism.

Only a new president can renew the promise of America — the idea that if you work hard you can count on the health care, education, and retirement security that you need to raise your family. These are the basic values of America that are under attack from this administration every day.

And only a new president can regain America’s position as a respected leader in the world.

I believe that change is coming November 4, 2008. And I am forming my exploratory committee because I believe that together we can bring the leadership that this country needs. I’m going to start this campaign with a national conversation about how we can work to get our country back on track.”


-- Hillary Clinton, January 20, 2007


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 01/20/2007 at 07:36 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - December 10, 2006

Clinton: Part II

Dick Morris thinks Hillary Clinton is off and running for President in 2008 and will likely get nominated and maybe even elected. He also thinks that’s a real bad thing for all of us. I couldn’t agree more. Hillary is a cunning, arrogant individual with an overwhelming hunger for power. That’s just my opinion for what it’s worth. Morris, who worked inside the Clinton administration, gives us a bit more insight into why a Hillary presidency would be disastrous.

Hillary Can Win But Mustn’t
-- By Dick Morris

imageimageNow that Hillary has dropped the coy pretense of indecision that she used to justify her reelection to a Senate seat she no longer wants and has told friends that she plans to run for president, two questions present themselves: Can she win? And what kind of a president would she be?

She definitely can win … and probably will. She is uniquely able to expand the electorate to bring in millions of women, mostly single, who will vote overwhelmingly for a female Democrat. The feminization of poverty, long decried by the left, will finally lead unmarried women to show up at the polling place and vote their short-term economic interest and vindicate their gender bias.

In 2000, only 19 million single women voted. By 2004, their turnout rose to 27 million. With Hillary in the race, the single-female vote will probably go up to its proper ratio of the adult population — 33 million votes.

Can white men outvote single women? Despite the intensity with which white men tend to oppose Hillary, they can’t vote twice.

The enthusiasm that will grip many Americans — women in particular — at the cultural implications of a woman president will probably sweep through the primaries and cause many to overlook Hillary’s flaws and dismiss her defects. The generic of a woman candidate will prove so attractive that millions of voters will overcome their objections to the specific person who is running.

Her mastery of the establishment of the Democratic Party, her vast lead among ex-officio delegates — many of whom have received campaign contributions from her coffers — and the celebrity draw of her ex-president husband will prove hard for a mere mortal to overcome.

But should she win? No way! Those who know both Hillary and Bill well and are willing to speak frankly in public realize the fundamental differences between the two and grasp how his abilities are the counterpoints to her defects.

He is intensely creative, constantly turning issues over in his mind seeking new solutions. She rarely has a new idea but specializes in advocacy — the rote recitation of talking points.

He has an instinctual feel for people and an uncanny ability to read a room and know what everyone in it is thinking. She is obtuse in her understanding of people and ham-handed in her approach.

He cares deeply about being loved. She seeks popularity as a means to the goal of getting elected but otherwise marches to the beat of her inner, liberal drummer.

imageimageHe distrusts ideology, and his innate perfectionism finds all belief systems flawed. She swallows the ideological line of the guru du jour hook, line and sinker. During the healthcare years, it was Ira Magaziner who pushed her buttons. When she decided to back the Iraq War, it was the generals who paraded before her committee. She is vulnerable to a cultish adoration of the guys with all the answers.

He lets the give and take of politics wash off his back. A critic is a potential convert whom he hopes to charm over to his side. She has a rigidly dichotomized view of friends and enemies, demanding total loyalty and public silence from the former and maintaining a ruthless determination to destroy the latter. She is a Democratic Nixon to those whom she perceives as her enemies.

He is a moderate by instinct, seeking incremental change. She devotedly and deeply believes in a European-style socialism in which government takes much more of our national income and offers a far wider array of services and benefits. He’ll raise taxes when he has to. She’ll increase them just to redistribute income.

He’s most like Eisenhower, Kennedy and Bush Sr. — feeling his way, acting with caution, and skeptical of all advice. She is more like LBJ, Nixon or Bush Jr. — determined to charge ahead and do what she thinks needs to be done, the torpedoes be damned.

And finally, he knows who he is and, except for his private shortcomings, is not ashamed to let it show. She constantly seeks to reinvent herself and rigidly maintains an almost totally inaccurate image in public of what she is really like in private. He has little discipline. Hers is iron. His caution is innate. Hers is a learned response to what happens when people see who she really is.

He made a very good domestic-policy president. She would be a disaster at home and abroad.


Dick Morris was an adviser to Bill Clinton for 20 years. Look for Dick’s new book “Condi vs. Hillary” available now. Copyright 2006 Dick Morris, All Rights Reserved. Distributed exclusively by Cagle Cartoons, Inc. http://www.caglecartoons.com. To reprint, call Cari Dawson Bartley at (800) 696 7561 or e-mail: cari@cagle.com. Email for Dick Morris is dickmorris2020@aol.com.


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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/10/2006 at 07:35 AM   
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