January 13, 2006
Mrs. Gregoire follows my lead!

Mrs. Gregoire1 has followed my lead and endorsed Dwight Pelz for state Democratic chairman

In a joint letter to party central committee members, Gov. Christine Gregoire and Sen. Patty Murray said Pelz "stands out" in the field.

"Dwight will come to this job with a wealth of experience in precisely the areas that will make him an effective chair, and he has been a passionate advocate for the values we all share,"

Of course Mrs. Gregoire owes a great debt of gratitude to Pelz, who as a member of the King County Canvassing Board in 2004, helped manufacture votes for Mrs. Gregoire and illegally certified her "election". By "values we all share", Mrs. Gregoire must be referring to Pelz' involvement in election fraud and his admiration for Fidel Castro. I support Pelz for state Democrat chairman, because this extremist thug will constantly remind us just how far outside the mainstream the state's Democrat party really is.

1 Of the two candidates for Washington governor in 2004 whose vote totals were within the margin of illegal votes as determined by a trial judge2, Mrs. Gregoire is the candidate whom most surveyed state residents believe received the smaller number of legal votes.

2 There are growing indications that King County deliberately concealed evidence of hundreds of illegal votes and intentional misconduct from the court.

Posted by Stefan Sharkansky at January 13, 2006 11:46 AM | Email This
1. Let's see how many posts we get from left nut, headlice, marlboro, et al...screaming about how we need to get over it. Also, let's look for how many redirects the trolls attempt.

Posted by: Danny on January 13, 2006 12:03 PM
2. Whew. I was worried you may have messed things up for us with your endorsement, Stefan.

Of course, Gregoire isn't exactly popular--this may do even more damage to Pelz's candidacy!

Now I'm depressed again.

Posted by: Timothy on January 13, 2006 12:08 PM
3. Here you go Danny,

Get over it! You lost. This is a BLUE STATE. Quit bellyaching and move on to another issue. You have much bigger problems to worry about. Your party is coming apart at the seams and from some reports, in a dead panic over the upcoming congressional elections. Personally, I can't wait.

Posted by: My Left Foot on January 13, 2006 12:14 PM
4. ..but I'm sure all of Pelz's involvement in the '04 elections had nothing to do with her endorsement. Really! No, really! I'm sure she's not thinking about that at all. Really!

Posted by: Misty on January 13, 2006 12:16 PM
5. By the way, if the Democrats are so far off the mainstream, how come we control the state? And citing the governors election "fraud" is already taken. Lets hear how all the state legislators were elected via fraud. I am sure one of you RightWingNuts has conspiracy theory to cover this.

Posted by: My Left Foot on January 13, 2006 12:18 PM
6. MLF, you disgrace us lefties. Change your moniker to 'cut and paste'. Us lefties are more creative because we use the "right" side of the brain. You can do better than that.

I particularly like Stefan's footnote (pardon the pun) number 2.

Posted by: swatter on January 13, 2006 12:19 PM
7. "By the way, if the Democrats are so far off the mainstream, how come we control the state?"

I'll have somebody else answer that question.

“A toast to the American Union -- to the forty-seven states and the soviet of Washington.”
Postmaster General, James Farley (1936)

(that would be noted right-wingnut FDR's postmaster general)

Posted by: jimg on January 13, 2006 12:23 PM
8. MLF - you named your poison. This is a blue state, which specializes in screwing its citizens. The State Democrat party will have officially gone over the cliff if Pelz is elected - hey, its a free country, so its your loss - go for it ! He can be linked to the corrupt canvassing board of King County, which was a crock of excrement and also to being an admirerer of Castro and Chavez and a terrorist sympathizer (because of his allegiance to the ACLU) and ardent socialist.

The rest of the Repubs out there, don't be complacent - nominate someone yourselves who has cajones, linked with grass roots and less with the corporate-types and thinks outside of the box for Party Chairman. It will take an effective campaign strategy to defeat the lemming lefties and the MSM and its predominantly leftwing wacko propaganda.

Posted by: KS on January 13, 2006 12:25 PM
9. My Left Foot:

"By the way, if the Democrats are so far off the mainstream, how come we control the state?"

Have you ever thought that Washington State may be far out of the mainstream?

Here you are, crowing about 'owning' Washington. You remind me of that movie with Danny Devito - you guys make the best buggy whips!! Too bad everyone will be driving cars soon.

The Republicans own the White House (and will again in 2008), the House and the Senate (and will continue to in the foreseeable future), the Supreme Court (for the rest of our lives), and the majority of Governor's Mansions in the United States.

Meanwhile, in this MOST BLUE of states, we elected a Republican Attorney General and the Republican candidate for Governor won twice as many counts as the Democratic candidate.

You guys are hanging on by a thread in this last outpost of liberal thought. You're so far removed from mainstream that you think this is a good thing. Bully for you. You're in the tar pits - feel anything sticky yet?

Posted by: Larry on January 13, 2006 12:29 PM
10. MyLeftFoot - Your "governor" is believed to be illegitimate, by about 60% of the electorate, due to the irregularities that occurred in the 2004 general election.

I would imagine that only a very small number of those have even heard of this site, much less visited it, much much less read it regularly.

But due to the popular perception, the cloud that is over Mrs Gregoire will never go away, and it has little or nothing to do with what is written on this site.

I would think that supporters of Mrs Gregoire would thus be the first ones to embrace the reforms needed to clean up KC Elections in particular, and voting by mail in general, as it is the only way to prevent this sort of thing from happening again the next time that there is a close election.

Posted by: ewaggin on January 13, 2006 12:36 PM
11. ...a passionate advocate for the values we all share,"

Pelz is a communist in deed and affliation.

If that is a shared value, then Gregoire is a communist. That helps explains a lot. Caring less for the sanctity of the vote than the power obtained.

Posted by: JCM on January 13, 2006 12:56 PM
12. Timothy;

We'll be fine w/ Pelz. He can only do harm to the Dems.

Posted by: A Watchdog on January 13, 2006 01:36 PM
13. And Gregoire is beloved by the partisan, Schumer-loving, bombthrowing, fraud-pulling, taxspending left wing hijackers of the State Dem party leadership.

This coronation is Christmas.

Now, Republicans don't let this happen to you. And don't rip yourselves apart. Have Simpson or Tebelius step aside and endorse the other. Please. We need to take back Olympia for the people from the taxspenders.

To quote a great Canadian philosopher, "voters should remember there is only one taxpayer, and politicians can’t promise you a thing they don’t take from you first."

Let's remind them, shall we?????


Posted by: A Watchdog on January 13, 2006 01:40 PM
14. "Gov. Christine Gregoire and Sen. Patty Murray said Pelz 'stands out' in the field."

The quote marks are clearly only there to make that line less funny.

Posted by: ScottM on January 13, 2006 01:51 PM
15. Don't get redirected folks...
Having a mini-Howard Dean like Dwight Pelz run their show is great for our side. It's the equivalent of having a crazy liberal Ellen Craswell run their show.
Although I do have to get that visual image out of my mind of him and Dean Logan "interpretting" all of those ballots at the canvassing boards. Still sticks in my craw.

Posted by: Reporterward on January 13, 2006 01:55 PM




Posted by: TACOMA PHLASH on January 13, 2006 01:56 PM
17. Watchdog-- I know. That's why I'm worried that endorsements from Stefan & Gregoire will sink it. If Goldy and a Republican as unpopular as Gregoire were endorsing a GOP candidate, don't you think that would cause it some trouble?

As for the GOP, Tebelius & Simpson have two very different skillsets, and the party needs to carefully decide which it needs more. A clean, mature, healthy debate is good for the party, if only to demonstrate that it can be done. There's no need for anyone to step aside at this point.

Posted by: Timothy on January 13, 2006 02:01 PM
18. My Leftist Foot asks an amazingly coherent and important question...

By the way, if the Democrats are so far off the mainstream, how come we control the state? And citing the governors election "fraud" is already taken. Lets hear how all the state legislators were elected via fraud. I am sure one of you RightWingNuts has conspiracy theory to cover this.

The answer to this question lies in the Revolution of 1964, as embodied in Supreme Court case REYNOLDS V. SIMS. (Ironic title, isn't it?) From the founding of the United States, the planners of our government recognized that the greater population densities of the cities would always return majority representation in legislative bodies. The Great Compromise solved the problem of proportional representation, where the interests of urban populations would be overrepresented verus regional representation, where the rural populations would be overrepresented. The solution was a bicameral legislature, where the people were represented in a house of representatives, with proportional representation, and a senate, where the regions were represented on the basis of one region, one vote.

In the REYNOLDS V. SIMS decision, the supreme court decided they knew better than the founders, and that both houses of every state legislature must have proportional representation. That created the death spiral of Democrat/urban overrepresentation that we have been fighting in states with large cities, since that time.

It always goes back to the 60's, doesn't it?

Posted by: huckleberry on January 13, 2006 02:01 PM
19. Just put Washington on an electoral college system and see how much the dems rule.

Posted by: Fed Up on January 13, 2006 02:13 PM
20. Fed Up:

It wouldn't make any difference if the electoral college of Washington State represented districts with the same proportionality as the current legislative districts. Demographics have weighed heavily against the rural areas of Washington State.

Even worse, look at King County. If you assume that people who live in rural King County have different lifestyles, and different expectations of their county government, then those rural residents are completed screwed by the representation on the King County Council. That's democracy for you. The losers face three choices: tolerate the madness, emigrate to areas that have not been taken over by the city folk (yet), or rebellion.

Posted by: huckleberry on January 13, 2006 02:27 PM
21. Impeach Bush Now.

Posted by: Bite_me on January 13, 2006 02:41 PM


Posted by: TACOMA PHLASHI on January 13, 2006 02:48 PM
23. I've always been curious - what did Bush do that warrants impeachment. For any statement like "because of the illegal......" please give some facts on what was illegal. The afghanistan and Iraq wars aren't, the wire taps of international calls aren't (unless you have some other evidence and access to the classified data). So what offense is it?

Posted by: fred on January 13, 2006 03:14 PM
24. Huckleberry,

I agree with your statement. We would need a system similar to what I believe the national one is. That is, one that will permit a possible discrepency between the popular vote and the electoral vote. I am not holding my breath that we could ever have such a system in WA.

Posted by: Fed Up on January 13, 2006 03:21 PM
25. One of the few political pleasures I take is seeing the venom of the left against Bush.

I don't even like Bush that much as a president, but seeing liberals getting their panties in a bunch daily and blaming Bush for insane stuff like hurricanes and terrorists cutting heads off is a small comfort for the idiocy of our liberal income redistributing legislature and our illegitimate commie Governor.

I can't say 'idiocy' without referencing SB6200 as proof. As though the pet saving law wasn't proof enough.

Posted by: Andy on January 13, 2006 03:34 PM
26. Thank you all for your response. I am truly honored to have been apart of a thread where not one name calling episode (on a persoal level, we still like to use RightWingNut and Leftist) occured.

I still say that the GOP is concerned, and rightly so, with hanging on to the house this November. The Republicans can not continue to be seen as not playing fair and taking advantage of position for personal gain (Delay, Frist, Abramoff). You must admit that this does not play well with the voting public. Clean up your house, there are some fine men in Republican party. Senator John McCain comes to my mind.

Again, I am really impressed that there weren't any personal attacks in this thread.

Posted by: My Left Foot on January 13, 2006 03:41 PM
27. Sorry left appendage,

A comment in this thread was signed by "bite me." But I do appreciate you jumping in so vigorously in your first post on this thread. Nice to not be disappointed.

Posted by: Danny on January 13, 2006 03:59 PM
28. MLF -

McCain is a R only because he couldn't win as an I. He isn't an R. But that aside, the voting public doesn't like corrupt politicians, though most think ALL politicians are corrupt. However, the Dems have to have ideas and goals and they don't. They do not have an agenda to keep America safe and growing or at least they haven't told anyone.

As for why WA is a Blue state, it is a mystery to me....just like it was when my grandparents always voted Dem. They were against abortion, homosexuality, government intrusion and high taxes.....however, they had loved FDR and that's why they voted. I suspect there are people out there today that do the same. Also, the liberal press that dominates (that domination is ending) the airwaves, liberal teaching and the me now attitude is why this gets along.....plus the fact that hugging a tree is still a big thing here.

However, things will start changing as people understnd that Dem now is socialist and thats just not good for anyone.

Posted by: Dengle on January 13, 2006 04:05 PM
29. Oh my god you big brutes and savages get over it already. I can hardly hold my chardenay with out spilling it. I may move to madison wisconsin if you don't stop it.

Posted by: My Left Bunion on January 13, 2006 05:43 PM
30. What's this myth about the Republicans being concerned about losing the House and Senate?
Folks of the Democrat persuasion keep telling each other that but it so far it doesn't seem to pan out.
Heck, with the demographic shift in this country, we'll probably be picking up more Senate seats and there's no reason to expect that the Republican majority in the House will go away soon.
To prove the fallacy of this mode of thinking, there's local Democrats that actually think Rep. Reichert and Rep. Hastings are vulnerable here in this state.

Posted by: Reporterward on January 13, 2006 06:05 PM
31. My Left Bunion,

Just a note, it is chardonnay. Apparently you did not spill enough and a wee bit too much made it into your system. See you in Wisconsin.

Posted by: My Left Foot on January 13, 2006 06:16 PM
32. My Left Foot:

For all the concerns among Republicans that you point out, the Democratic Party is absolutely failing to make up any ground and close the gap.

You commend us for not making any personal attacks, while we've just watched a week full of personal attacks on a fine public servant - Samuel Alito. The country sees this spectacle, and it doesn't make your party look good.

Take, for instance, Ted Kennedy's grilling of Alito about his Vanguard Fund. Teddy has never had to work a day in his life (and his Senate record bears out that he rarely does), because he's been fed with a silver spoon only when the gold ones are being polished. Yet he ruthlessly harangues a life-long distinguished middle-class public servant about his mutual fund. You can smell the hypocrisy all the way out in Forks. And how would Teddy answer questions about swimming away from a drowning woman that his drinking put into the drink? Then you have the Democratic members of the Justice Committee not even bothering to be present when Alito's collegues testify on his behalf. Disgusting.

Meanwhile, the New York Times and Al Gore are speaking out about the police state, while most Americans agree with tapping into cell phone conversations from overseas terrorist hot-spots. You guys couldn't swim any harder against the current if you tried.

Your points may be valid, but they are also meaningless due to the sheer hypocrisy and game-playing one-upmanship exhibited by the leaders of your party.

Posted by: Larry on January 13, 2006 06:27 PM
33. Forget it Larry.

LEFTFOOT can't understand and won't listen to anything that the people on site have to say.

He's just a troll and nothing more.

Posted by: Army Medic/Vet on January 13, 2006 06:45 PM
34. Army Medic,

Troll: In Internet terminology, a troll is a person who posts inflammatory messages on the Internet, such as on online discussion forums, to disrupt discussion or to upset its participants. "Troll" can also mean the inflammatory message itself posted by a troll or be a verb meaning to post such messages. "Trolling" is also commonly used to describe the activity.

I have not, with maybe an exception or two, posted something on this site solely to be inflammatory. When I did, it was in response to someone attacking me. I am good with words and sometimes I shoot back.

So Army Dude, let me explain something to you. You will never convince me to toe the Republican line and I don't expect that I will convince you otherwise. However I do learn a great deal here. Not all of it is positive, but it is learning just the same. Your statement above was designed to inflame, but I considered the source and let it go.

Posted by: My Left Foot on January 13, 2006 07:23 PM
35. Left Foot: So, LF, someday when you grow up and figure out that life it what YOU put into it, not what is extracted through others through taxation and legislation, then maybe, just maybe, you will have an epiphany, and become, GASP!!, a Republican...

How sad a life you lead, depending on others for your welfare....

Just remember, the 70 year experiment in socialism/communism in the USSR has resulted in:
-environmental disasters unparelled in history
-alcoholism unparelled in history
-the steepest decline in population in history, upcoming the next 40 yrs

Need we go on, moron......

Posted by: THS on January 13, 2006 08:02 PM
36. MR. Left Appendage...

The Dem's may "control" this state, but when you visit my "red" county, keep on a truckin.

When an entire state is "controlled" by a bunch of tree huggin, land grabbin, "it's all about me" population, there will be trouble.

All I can say is at least we can "count" our votes, and we do it with an Elected Auditor. We don't have to "Buy" our elections.

Don't you feel a bit ashamed? I would, but I am neither a Democrat, or a resident of KC.

One last item.... Thanks for being polite in your above posts. :)

Posted by: Chris on January 13, 2006 08:04 PM
37. Army Medic/Vet,

Regarding "TROLLS," Left hoof says that he has not, "with maybe an exception or two, posted something on this site solely to be inflammatory." and when he did—by golly—"it was in response to someone attacking [him]." Further, Hoof claims to be good with words and sometimes shoots back.

Pretty impressive eh??

Posted by: Amused by deluded liberal twits on January 13, 2006 08:25 PM
38. I'll tell you this: Pelz won't cave like that girlie man Berendt when the public demands that Jesus fish symbols with flames and hypocrite labels be pulled from the party website.

Go DP! Viva la revolucion!

Posted by: Organization Man on January 13, 2006 09:44 PM
39. Berendt actually got results by deluding the public (e.g. orchestrating crocodile tears on camera about counting every vote- during one of the recounts won by Rossi) - sad but true. Does not say much for the Democrat electorate. Pelz hides his socialist/leftist bent less - but he is too far left to capitivate the middle which will likely be detrimental to the Dems in the long run, but hey go for it ! How about Viva la revulsion ?

Posted by: KS on January 13, 2006 10:22 PM
40. Organization dood,

Pelz won't cave on such things and that is exactly why we want him to be the democrat party chair.
None of us know exactly why . . . maybe* because we are not as clever as you.

Good job.

Posted by: Amused by liberals on January 13, 2006 10:47 PM
41. AmusedTwit,

I see you are at it yet again. You say nothing, but yet there are words attributed to you. How do you do that? That is truly impressive. Particularly to yourself.

Sleep well knowing you really told Lefty. I am sure he is now packing up his keyboard never to return. He seemed to be making an effort to be polite, but you would not have it. I have been silent here for a week or two because of dumba$$es like you, but you are a special case. I read here the other day a new word that I really liked. IGNORANUS. You fit the description perfectly. Stupid and an a-hole.

Posted by: Amused by RIGHTWINGNUTS on January 13, 2006 10:58 PM
42. WannabeeaRightWingnut,

A phony wannabee Ranger punk speaks.
Got over having your dumb-a$$ kicked, or just as shameless as usual about being proven to be a stupid cowardly bigoted moron ??

Posted by: Amused by liberal phonies on January 14, 2006 12:01 AM
43. It really is funny that someone who knows so little thinks he knows so much. At least you had the courtesy to cap Ranger. Hmmm, stupid,cowardly, bigoted moron? Fits you to a Tee. You of the "anytime, anywhere" statement. Let me add this for you. Anyone, anytime, anywhere. You are allowing your mouth to overload your a$$. You can't back up your accusations and assumptions. I promise you, I can. The only wannabe in me is I wannabe close enough to you to see the surprise, shock and fear in your eyes when you find out that you are wrong. And for the record. But I am sure that you will continue to hind behind your keyboard. Don't do the silly send me your personal info stuff again. Just say when and where. How about dinner? Perhaps at Daniel's Broiler on lake Union? Nice place, calm, force you to mind your manners. I'll buy. Reservation can be for Amused. Bring a friend if you wish, I will bring my wife. You amuse her too.

Posted by: Amused by RIGHTWINGNUTS on January 14, 2006 12:17 AM
44. Amused Phony,

You have email at rdjones.

Posted by: Amused by RIGHTWINGNUTS on January 14, 2006 12:36 AM
45. What does any of these rantings have to do with
Comrade Pelz moving to the head of the Queens cabinet? I look forward to the Howard Dean of Washington, Dwight the Defeated, taking over the
the Democratic Machine. Maybe he will run for Gov. when Christine proves too timid for his liking.

Posted by: Fidel on January 14, 2006 08:52 AM
46. Organization Man,

I think I may have misread your post.
Were you speaking jokingly about Pelz? If so, my apologies.

Posted by: Amused by liberals on January 14, 2006 01:02 PM
47. From Dwight (the Red) Peltz's propaganda:

"As the right wing in America gains strength in the neighborhoods of our cities and in the pews of our churches, it is vital that Washington stand out as a progressive beacon. We have an almost unique ability to turn back the property rights activists who would repeal our zoning laws, to move forward the right of all our citizens to marry and raise children, and to preserve a woman's right to choose regardless of the actions of a future Bush Court."

Stefan has this guy pegged! Can't you just feeeeeel the angst oozing from his site?! Even dwight recognizes the self-defeating nature of phony, all~but~the~name~Socialist "progressivism" (AKA loony lefty liberalism) in Western Washington.

Hear hear democrats! By all means reserve a place at the head of your table for this career partisan hack. Allow him to be your spokesmoron. And above all else, listen to and look to his keen sense of leadership.

We're all behind ya dwight....

{snerk snerk ;'}

Posted by: alphabet soup on January 14, 2006 01:11 PM
48. Fidel,

Exactly. RightWingNot is just another pointless troll without anything useful to say.

Pelz for Governor!!

Posted by: Amused by liberals on January 14, 2006 02:38 PM
49. You know, I thing Soupy Sales and Amused Phony are the same character. I see that they/he has absolutely no backbone or class. It figures. Typical RightWingNut.

Posted by: Amused by RIGHTWINGNUTS on January 14, 2006 05:29 PM
50. Oh my god, after I used spell check on my wine I had to save face and tell myself I didn't spell it correctly. I'm switching to pinote noer from the movie Sideways with Larry. Love it. Cheers brutes!

Posted by: My Left Bunion on January 14, 2006 06:01 PM
51. Soup,

"A future Bush Court?" Dwight is overreaching a bit don't you think?
By the way, this shameless nitwit dugnut twinkle toes (AKA phony RightWingNot) spammed me like he did you a couple of weeks ago. Check it out.

He said, ”I know that you honestly believe that you might know me. You don't. I travel to Seattle twice a month to check my property and business. I am 52 years old and the father of three. My one fault is that I love a good argument, love to egg folks on just to see how flustered they can get. At no time have you upset or angered me. At no time have I lied to you in any post. My education, my military experience or anything else. I told you these things to see your reaction.”

Who cares?

Funny how people like this who have absolutely nothing of value to say, insist on saying it over and over again. Never one for making any arguments, this guy is an insufferable bore, and another pointlessly arrogant troll without anything useful to contribute. Nothing new . . . just more of the same empty cowardly garbage.

Nevertheless, as you say, We're all behind ya dwight....”
Dwight Pelz for Governor!!

Posted by: Amused by liberal whackos on January 14, 2006 07:45 PM
52. Amused Whacko,

You really have problems. Get help. Fast. That is not even close to what I sent you. Do all Republicans lie as much as you do? Oh yeah, they do.

Posted by: Amused by RIGHTWINGNUTS on January 14, 2006 08:02 PM
53. Love RightWingNut accounting practices. One personal email equals spam. How does that work?

Posted by: Amused by RIGHTWINGNUTS on January 14, 2006 08:04 PM
54. Soup,

If this crank dugnut-dip was telling the truth, and I misquoted him in any way . . . why do you suppose he reacted so vociferously?
The braying nature of his retort speaks for itself.

Still yet . . . who cares?
How about those Seahawks?
Liberals are desperate aren’t they?

Posted by: Amused by liberal whackos on January 14, 2006 08:42 PM
55. Amused,

Douche-bag dug thinks we're one in the same. He is, of course, wrong (again). Funny how he projects his own dementia onto others. Very liberal. Very sick. Also very consistent.

Douche-bag dug doesn't recognize the prevailing definition of spam as "unsolicited email". As in, if I didn't invite your ignorant, bigoted email, you're not welcome here. Doesn't matter however. If Douche-bag dug was to suddenly become cognizant of his surroundings, he would find that he isn't exactly welcome anywhere.

At any rate, I'd offer to place a wager with Douche-bag dug on my individuality (I'm sure Stefan could easily corroborate via IP addresses), but being a liberal, he has no honor and wouldn't pay up.

Whatta Douche-bag (dug).....

Posted by: alphabet soup on January 14, 2006 08:43 PM
56. Soup,

I'm sending you a complete un-expurgated version of dugnut’s (AKA RightWingNot) e-mail to me.
Anyone else is welcome to one although who cares? The truth is the truth.
Dugnut only proves in his latest post (January 14, 2006 08:02 PM) once again that he is a liar as well as a liberal coward. I quoted his e-mail verbatim.

I wouldn't waste time on this foolishness except it is illustrative of the "Teddy Kennedy style" tactics of blowhard liars from the left where they have no argument whatsoever so they resort to misdirection and vile bilious derision.

Anyway . . . how about that Dwight boy eh? Go for it; Dwight Pelz for President!!
Hey Dwight, maybe dugnut will be your legal analyst!!

Posted by: Amused by liberal whackos on January 14, 2006 09:29 PM
57. You have destroyed me. I feel awful. I am so distraught. I have, at last, grown tired of your baseless claims and arguments. You did not post what I wrote to you. Just like a RightWingWhackoNutJob. You enjoy entertaining yourself here. Impress yourself. Such a child. I had fun playing with you. Nite nite!

Posted by: Amused by Your Thin Skin on January 14, 2006 09:58 PM
58. Soup,

By the way, it came to my attention that dugnut (AKA RightWingNot) cried and
wheedled (at Comment by DugoutNut — 12/31/05 @ 8:11 am) to the Horessass'
twinks to gain support form the degenerates there for excoriating you as a bigot because dugnut is too
fu@king stupid, bigoted, and reactionary to behave like a respectable adult. What a slimy and cowardly punk.

Does this clown's imaginary balloon ever land?
I doubt it.

Posted by: Amused by liberal whackos on January 14, 2006 10:18 PM
59. Hey douche-bag dug, I just received an interesting email. In it I read the very words that Amused quoted from your email to him.

"The anger that you express in your posts is really indicative of something that troubles you much deeper than you want to admit. You keep carrying that anger and it will eat you up inside."

Sound familiar? It should because you wrote it. It also should because it expresses the very thing that is driving you to be so contentious and acrimonious.

Cry your crocodile tears all you want, but you fool no one but yourself. Now run along and pout little man....

Posted by: alphabet soup on January 14, 2006 10:33 PM
60. ROFLMAO................... Douche-bag? Grow up. My crying was SARCASTIC SoupySales. Just wanted to point that out. By the way, what is driving me to be so contentious and acrimonious? You really need to stay out of the thesaurus if you don't know what you are doing. It can be dangerous. I still say Soupy and AmusedWhacko are one and the same. You are not fooling me you sly devil. You make it so easy. And who is this dugoutnut you keep referring to? Pout, me? Nah. You are the one taking this stuff seriously. Can't you feel the love?

Posted by: Amused by Your Thin Skin on January 15, 2006 12:01 AM
61. Soup and both Amused dudes,

You are all wasting time sniping away at each other. No one here cares what any of you have to say. You are all immature. Try sticking to the issues, leave the personal attacks alone participate like adults. Or just go away.

Posted by: Innocent Bystander on January 15, 2006 12:08 AM
62. Soup,

Dug turd says, his crying was sarcastic and he "Just wanted to point that out." O.K.

It is unbelievable what leftist morons like this will do to try to change the subject and try to discredit those they hate.
How shamelessly humorous (just like Ted Kennedy).

Nevertheless . . . go Dwight Pelz!! Dwight Pelz for Patty Murray . . . yeah!!

Innocent liberal bull$hitter-fu@k off.

Posted by: Amused by liberal whackos on January 15, 2006 12:55 AM
63. IB: Pot, meet kettle.

Or just go away.

No thank you.....

Posted by: alphabet soup on January 15, 2006 06:40 AM
64. Nice talk. Bet Stefan really appreciates your talent in getting around the filter. Wish you would just go away. I am going to point out your post in personal email to Stefan. We don't do that here, children.

Posted by: Innocent Bystander on January 15, 2006 09:14 AM
65. Innocent liberal bull$hitter (ordinary guy and run-in from Horsesass),

Golly-whiz, I couldn't care less what you do or say, and neither will Stefan.
Include a comment saying Dwight Pelz for Governor!! in your e-mail.
Desperate liberal dim-wits are humorous.

Posted by: Amused by liberals on January 15, 2006 10:26 AM
66. Lemme see, I think you are childish, therefore I am liberal. Nice rationalization. Not true, but nice thinking just the same. Grow up.

Posted by: Innocent Bystander on January 15, 2006 10:29 AM
67. So, how did "Just wait 'til dad gets home" go?

Feel better now?

Posted by: alphabet soup on January 16, 2006 06:58 AM
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