opium tastes good

7/19/05

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Look deep into my eyes. Look deeeeeeeeep into my eyes. My stare will convince you that all is well. Aren’t you feeling better already? Just wait a few minutes and the drug will kick in. Softly, softly. NOW don’t you feel better? Who said all that about Roe vs. Wade? Surely I won’t come after your precious little womb. That’s right. That’s nice. Just accept me, look into my vacant eyes and let it all pass away. Ahhhh. That’s my little pumpkins.

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No, look into MY eyes. Aren’t you slightly filled with desire? Sure, I did it with a 14-year-old. Maybe two. Maybe if you got me alone, well, anything could happen, couldn’t it? I’m pleading insanity, but mostly I’m just insane with longing. You wouldn’t find me guilty, would you, pooky?

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ENOUGH! LOOK INTO MY EYES. YOU PATHETIC LITTLE BASTARDS. ONE BAD NEWS CYCLE AND YOU THOUGHT I WAS DONE? HOW ABOUT A SUPREME COURT NOMINEE OUT OF MY ASS TO PUT YOU ON THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW? I STAND OVER YOUR CAULDRON AND I PISS IN IT. MY HEAD IS A VAST ORB OF OUTSTANDING INTELLECT; MY GELATINOUS NECK IS FILLED WITH REVENGE, AND MY ELEPHANTINE CHEEKS ARE STUFFED WITH THE GRISTLE OF THE NON-BELIEVERS. OH, YOU WILL FEEL IT. YOU WILL FEEL IT!!!

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0 thoughts on “opium tastes good

  1. Alan

    I hear the nominee is from Buffalo – have no fears if that is the case. We Canadians have secretly irradiate border communities to our south through the services of the CBC with reruns of 1960s Wayne and Shuster specials (not to mention that gem “Luncheon Date with Elwood Glover”) with the hidden message “…living tree…living tree…” as part of our long-term plans for North America. Our rays, however, clearly do not reach Texas.

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  2. Joe C.

    1) The new Reich-wing, I mean right-wing, republicunt Supreme Court candidate.
    2) The red-state Florida teacher who enjoys molesting children. Another fine example of Southern Republicans and the lack of morals and values that republicans have.
    3) The head of the NeoKKKons himself, Adolf W. Bush’s right hand man, Rove.
    Republicans are braindead trash, I’m surprised those Southern idiots don’t try to put a NASCAR driver on the Supreme Court or something.
    As for that first picture again, very important to contact your Senators and tell them to vote AGAINST the right-wing corporate lawyer Roberts. Keep the right-wing neocons who kill children overseas for oil off of our Supreme Court. Go to this website ( http://political.moveon.org/roberts/ ) and sign the petition and don’t let Bush and the braindead uneducated republicans hijack the court system.

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  3. Rebecca

    Is anyone surprised that Bush chose a conservative, white man? The reporters who were guessing it was a woman earlier in the day yesterday must have been on opium! This guy is exactly what I expected.
    And the teacher, she looks 14 herself!
    I’ve enjoyed Bush’s backpeddling on the leak issue. 1. I’ll fire anyone! 2. Only if it’s a crime! 3. Only if it helps my little brother is 2008!

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  4. Tanya

    God, the arrogance of this administration knows no bounds. Oh the hypocrisy!! Where to even begin…first of all, someone send The Man some flip-flops because, gah, Rove. Second of all, someone smack the ever-present smirk off his monkey face. Thirdly – the worst of all offenses – announcing your nomination to the Supreme Court to deflect media interest on your damn….
    gah.
    I’m just too pissed to express myself right now. And even if I could talk, my uterus would drown me out with the screaming of her own indignation and rage.

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  5. Matt

    “Roe v. Wade is the settled law of the land, it was even reaffirmed. There is nothing in my personal views that would keep me from upholding it.” – John Roberts
    Rebecca, Bush didn’t “backpeddle.” His FIRST comment on the matter was that he’d fire anyone who broke the law. Only later, after a reporter changed the premise in a question to him, did he answer “yes” to the whether the leaker would be fired. That still assumed there was a crime. As we now know, the CIA analyst and Vanity Fair model Plame was not a covert operative, she was a desk jockey. Naming her (though Rove didn’t even do that much) is not a crime and no more endangered national security than naming the lunch lady in the CIA cafeteria.

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  6. Piglet

    No, Matt, her COVER was “being a desk jockey”. If outing her wasn’t a crime and didn’t endanger National Security–then why did the CIA itself get all mad about it and demand that it be investigated?
    Or is the CIA now part of the vast left wing conspiracy, taking its marching orders from the Jew York Times and determined to just Do Whatever It Takes To Get Bush?

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  7. Matt

    Her cover was being a CIA analyst? Hahaha. That’s a good one, piglet. Hadn’t heard that one before now.
    Anyway, her CIA supervisor is on record saying that Plame often told her friends and neighbors about where she worked. And there’s no question that she wasn’t a covert operative under the meaning of the statute, having not been abroad undercover for the past 5 years. Even Lyin’ Joe Wilson himself admits this. But keep dreaming big. Whatever gets you through the days.

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  8. ken

    Man, we all know how much screwing an older woman as an 11-year-old messed up John Irving, ‘Until I Find You’ being his memoir/roman a clef about that. And I’m sure Mary Kay LeTourneau’s hubby is a scarred from his experience, but was it too much to ask for Mrs. Sanders to keep ME after class for some, um, tutelage?

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  9. tregen

    Matt,
    Why doesn’t the president just walk down to Karl Rove’s office and ask him what he said and to whom? I thought the president wanted to get to the bottom of this mess…..he is the executive branch… he can make decisions without waiting for the prosecutor…. Amazing that in this administration, the standard for being fired is not unethical behavior, not leaking secret / confidential information, not complete incompetence nor does it appear that even an indictment is enough… nope you have found guilty of a crime…. WOW, he really returned integrity to the White House… On another note… did I hear a flip flop? Spin all you want. Flip flop, Flip flop, Flip flop. saying it wasn’t a flip flop doesn’t mean it isn’t a flip flop, flip flop, flip flop. WMD… flip flop, flip flop…. We’re going to keep the promise of Social Security and keep the government from raiding the Social Security surplus.” flip flop flip flop flip flop….I am a free market guy… steel tariffs..flip flop flip flop flip flop.. (temp of flip flops increasing) 2003, Mr. Bush said weapons of mass destruction had been found. “We found the weapons of mass destruction. We found biological laboratories,” Mr. Bush told Polish television. “For those who say we haven’t found the banned manufacturing devices or banned weapons, they’re wrong, we found them.” On Sept. 9, 2004, in Pennsylvania, Mr. Bush: “I recognize we didn’t find the stockpiles [of weapons].” flippity floppity flippity floppity…. 2000 campaign, George W. Bush argued against nation building and foreign military entanglements. In the second residential debate, he said: “I’m not so sure the role of the United States is to go around the world and say, ‘This is the way it’s got to be.'” The United States is currently involved in nation building in Iraq on a scale unseen since the years immediately following World War II. FLIPPER FLIPPING FLOPPERITY FLING…President Bush initially opposed creating a new Department of Homeland Security…. then changed his mind under pressure and backed the largest expansion of the federal government since the creation of the Defense Department in 1949. fliippity floppity flippity floppity. During the 2000 campaign, Mr. Bush said he was against federal intervention regarding the issue of same-sex marriage. In an interview with CNN’s Larry King, he said, states “can do what they want to do” on the issue. Vice President Cheney took the same stance. Four year later, this past February, Mr. Bush announced his support for an amendment to the Constitution that defines marriage as being exclusively between men and women. The amendment would forbid states from doing “what they want to do” on same-sex marriage. FLOP, FLOP, FLOP, FLOP.
    Mr. Bush was critical of Al Gore in the 2000 campaign for being part of “the administration that’s been in charge” while the “price of gasoline has gone steadily upward.” In December 1999, in the first Republican primary debate, Mr. Bush said President Clinton “must jawbone OPEC members to lower prices.” As gas topped a record level of $60 a barrel this week, Mr. Bush has shown no propensity to personally pressure, or “jawbone,” Mideast oil producers to increase output. FLUCKING FLOPPER OF A FLIPPER.
    Want more??? there’s plenty more from where that came from…
    Bottom line, he and everyone in this administration are lying flip floppers. But who cares, so are the Democrats. Point is, stop trying to convince yourself that he is not just as scummy as the used car dealer down the street. He is and so are the Dems.

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  10. kjf

    he apparently was very careful to leave no clues as to his beliefs but the circumstantial evidence is compelling (and his wife was a bigwig in the pro life group feminists for life.)

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