Wednesday, September 28, 2005

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Blogger The Donkey said...

Bill Bennett: "You could abort every black baby in this country, and your crime rate would go down"

The Donkey wants it perfectly clear Bill Bennett said this. This comment makes the Game look good. How will the lame Game defend his heros now? Frist, Delay, Bennett, and Rove in October. What is a lame game to do?

Baby killer Bennett, who will stop him?

11:19 PM, September 28, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

Rove did nothing

Have to look at the context to see why Bennett said this.

7:27 PM, September 29, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

You are in denial about many things. That reveals much about your character.

9:21 PM, September 29, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

yep, I teach poor black kids all day...

Then coach special olympics, then run youth football and basketball leagues...

The sad thing is you do not know you are a fucking idiot.

9:26 PM, September 29, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

Nice vocabulary, did your mother teach those words to you?

Do you still live with your mother? The Donkey sees some issues. Most cowards never realy matured.

10:04 PM, September 29, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rove was fired by the first Bush for being a sleaze and having no principles, and for "leaking." "Bush's Brain" is a total scuzzball.

Frist and DeLay did nothing. Harken wasn't insider trading, either. DeLay even tried to make himself exempt from the rules applied to others!

But what Martha Stewart did was BAD!!

Only Democrat's questionable business dealings and sleazy ethics matter. Repubs get a pass, because Repubs are morally superior.

By all means, LOOK at the context in which Bennett said this. He is saying that poor people commit more crimes. So, if you aborted the poor babies, a majority of whom are black, of course...

Of course the fact that rich white babies when they grow up don't STEAL to do their drugs, and do them in rich white homes so they are less likely to be arrested for doing what the poor get arrested for doesn't figure into Bennett's equation.

10:09 PM, September 29, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

Jeff Bingaman voted to confirm Roberts. The Donkey's patience with the Senator had ran out. It was not just this one vote rather the last of several bad votes. The Donkey will support and vote for candidates who shares the Donkey's values and beliefs and reject those who join and support George W. Bush.

The Donkey learned long ago how to reward his friends and punish his enemies.

10:20 PM, September 29, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

10:23 PM, September 29, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

Martha was a bad girl.

10:27 PM, September 29, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

I knew after I looked into this I would find out that the Left needed to lie to try and make a point again:

Bennett is on the hot seat for remarks uttered Wednesday during his radio show, "Morning in America," where he was arguing against some of the more extreme justifications for abortion, calling them "ridiculous and morally reprehensible."

Offering an example, Bennett said:

"I do know that it’s true that if you wanted to reduce crime, you could, if that were your sole purpose, you could abort every black baby in this country, and your crime rate would go down.”

as opposed to:

The money that led to the indictment this week of two Las Vegas pastors and the wife of one of them came from federal grants arranged by Sen. Harry Reid in September 2001, a Reid spokeswoman said Wednesday.

10:28 PM, September 29, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

The Donkey knew the lame Game would defend Bennett. The lame game will also defend Rove and Delay. The Donkey knows what the Game thinks the world of the Bookie of virtues.

11:18 PM, September 29, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, grant money that went to two pastors and the wife of one of them came about through Reid. And that makes Reid responsible for the fact that the pastors, I assume, did not use the money for which it was intended??

HMM!! So money that went to Halliburton and was misused makes Bush and Cheney personally responsible for the fact that the money was misspent?

Actually, in the case of Halliburton, it should. But Reid had nothing to do with what the pastors did with their grant money.

re., Bennett. He obviously said that blacks are more inclined to be criminals. That, indeed, is RACIST!!

11:35 PM, September 29, 2005  
Anonymous La Souris said...

Why does The Game bother to do anything to help other people if he has no emotions which would include compassion? Does he feel he is earning points for himself in Heaven by helping those he considers to be lazy and inferior lowlifes? Is he doing mandatory community service work? He does not sound very altruistic in his posts.
Democat has said that she feels that The Game only wants to post rightwing propaganda and to sow seeds of discontent. This seems to be true and his comments about The Donkey are out of line. There is too much evidence that Delay, Frist, Rove, etc. are guilty of wrongdoing for The Game to deny it. He is in extreme denial, in my opinion. It is said that good always triumphs over evil in the end. Keep the faith, Democrats and Liberals!

2:02 PM, September 30, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

Rove did nothing

Yep theres a lot of nothing going on in this administration. I guess that is why they keep telling us all its "hard work". Seriously game, please tell me you were just making a rhetorical point or were just trying to stir the pot with that comment. If you mean that seriously you'd better look for the chip implanted in your head.

5:26 PM, September 30, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ron, I told you what the deal is. Unethical behavior is only unethical behavior when Democrats do it because Republicans are morally superior. AND, they are God's party besides. So, even if they act unethically, they are doing it for the greater good. The ends justify the means. They have to use unethical means to accomplish their goals for "the greater good" of the rich and powerful in this country. The rich and powerful are rich and powerful because they deserve to be. IF they deserve to be, then it does not matter if they lie, cheat and steal to get what they deserve. THEY are moral people. Unlike the sleazy, over-sexed Democrats. So, it only APPEARS that what they are doing is wrong because since they are morally superior, what THEY are doing, obviously cannot be wrong, even if it would be wrong if a Democrat did it.

Didn't one of them actually say something to the effect that 'if I did it, it must have been right.'? I know Bush said he was the president so he did not have to explain what he did. Never mind he is only the president because he cheated to become the president.
That doesn't enter into it. God would not have let all these dishonest people enter into it and steal it for him if it had not been God's will.

I think I have mentioned a time or two that I always thought that if God wanted Bush to be president badly enough to "interfere" in an election to see he became president, he might just have nudged more Republicans than Democrats to go vote on election day so that there would have been NO question of the legitimacy of Bush's election. But, I suppose that would have been too honest and too ethical for this bunch, so they did "God's work" for him by making sure Bush became president whatever it took, BECAUSE, after all, THEY know God's mind.

I hope that clears it up for you.


9:19 PM, September 30, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Walter Cronkite was on Larry King tonight. It is obvious he holds the president in contempt. He holds the tax cuts for the rich in contempt, and said so. He also said we need to pay our teachers well before we spend any other money in this country. He said we are an ignorant people. And if we don't put more of a premium on education, we will remain ignorant.

He said the hurricanes gave us an excuse to get out of Iraq NOW, and we should take it.

Of course in the window of my truck I put "Walter Cronkite says the media no longer provides us with the information we need to make informed decisions..." he also said we could vote for John Kerry or vote for more of the same, and he could not imagine ANYONE would want to vote for more of the same.

Too bad the "liberal media" spent so much time interviewing the Swift Boaters before the election, and not more time interviewing Walter OR the 1000 veterans against the war, OR former Rep. Senator Marlowe Cook or John Eisenhower, or the dozen Nobel Prize winning economists who supported Kerry, OR all the scientists and environmentalists who came out against Bush.

That darned Liberal Media!!


2:18 AM, October 01, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

Sat Oct 1, 7:41 AM ET

WASHINGTON (AFP) - The administration of
President George W. Bush broke the law as it resorted to illegal "covert propaganda" in trying to sell its key education initiative to the public, US congressional investigators have found.

9:10 AM, October 01, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

Fri Sep 30, 6:33 PM ET

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House on Friday criticized as "not appropriate" a comment from former Education Secretary William Bennett that aborting black babies would reduce the U.S. crime rate.

What will the lame game do? Will He Bush to protect Bennett? Or will he change his mind and attack Bennett to protect Bush?

The Donkey knows the lame Game will always back Bush and agree Bennett is a racist.

9:17 AM, October 01, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, I read the entire article on what Bennett said. It was racist, but he was using an example. And, of course the example was right. Crime WOULD go down if we aborted all black babies. It would also go down if we aborted all the babies of the poor as well. Of course the WHY of why blacks are more likely to be incarcerated is not gone into. Is it because they are more inclined toward crime than whites (which would be the racist aspect of his comments), OR because they are poor, OR because cops target blacks, OR because they are socially disadvantaged for a number of reasons, OR??

Bennett said we would not want to do that and that it would be WRONG to do that. BUT, just the fact that he said it, I think, indicates inherent racism. BUT, sometimes I think we make mountains out of molehills about things like this. What we need to keep an eye on is do the POLICIES he espouses discrimate against blacks or anyone else.


10:42 AM, October 01, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For Mark, who seems a decent, person. Eisenhower is one of my heroes.

We’re Not in Lake Wobegon Anymore

By Garrison Keillor August 26, 2004
Something has gone seriously haywire with the Republican Party. Once, it was the party of pragmatic Main Street businessmen in steel-rimmed spectacles who decried profligacy and waste, were devoted to their communities and supported the sort of prosperity that raises all ships. They were good-hearted people who vanquished the gnarlier elements of their party, the paranoid Roosevelt-haters, the flat Earthers and Prohibitionists, the antipapist antiforeigner element. The genial Eisenhower was their man, a genuine American hero of D-Day, who made it OK for reasonable people to vote Republican. He brought the Korean War to a stalemate, produced the Interstate Highway System, declined to rescue the French colonial army in Vietnam, and gave us a period of peace and prosperity, in which (oddly) American arts and letters flourished and higher education burgeoned—and there was a degree of plain decency in the country. Fifties Republicans were giants compared to today’s. Richard Nixon was the last Republican leader to feel a Christian obligation toward the poor
In the years between Nixon and Newt Gingrich, the party migrated southward down the Twisting Trail of Rhetoric and sneered at the idea of public service and became the Scourge of Liberalism, the Great Crusade Against the Sixties, the Death Star of Government, a gang of pirates that diverted and fascinated the media by their sheer chutzpah, such as the misty-eyed flag-waving of Ronald Reagan who, while George McGovern flew bombers in World War II, took a pass and made training films in Long Beach. The Nixon moderate vanished like the passenger pigeon, purged by a legion of angry white men who rose to power on pure punk politics. “Bipartisanship is another term of date rape,” says Grover Norquist, the Sid Vicious of the GOP. “I don’t want to abolish government. I simply want to reduce it to the size where I can drag it into the bathroom and drown it in the bathtub.” The boy has Oedipal problems and government is his daddy.
The party of Lincoln and Liberty was transmogrified into the party of hairy-backed swamp developers and corporate shills, faith-based economists, fundamentalist bullies with Bibles, Christians of convenience, freelance racists, misanthropic frat boys, shrieking midgets of AM radio, tax cheats, nihilists in golf pants, brownshirts in pinstripes, sweatshop tycoons, hacks, fakirs, aggressive dorks, Lamborghini libertarians, people who believe Neil Armstrong’s moonwalk was filmed in Roswell, New Mexico, little honkers out to diminish the rest of us, Newt’s evil spawn and their Etch-A-Sketch president, a dull and rigid man suspicious of the free flow of information and of secular institutions, whose philosophy is a jumble of badly sutured body parts trying to walk. Republicans: The No.1 reason the rest of the world thinks we’re deaf, dumb and dangerous.
Rich ironies abound! Lies pop up like toadstools in the forest! Wild swine crowd round the public trough! Outrageous gerrymandering! Pocket lining on a massive scale! Paid lobbyists sit in committee rooms and write legislation to alleviate the suffering of billionaires! Hypocrisies shine like cat turds in the moonlight! O Mark Twain, where art thou at this hour? Arise and behold the Gilded Age reincarnated gaudier than ever, upholding great wealth as the sure sign of Divine Grace.
Here in 2004, George W. Bush is running for reelection on a platform of tragedy—the single greatest failure of national defense in our history, the attacks of 9/11 in which 19 men with box cutters put this nation into a tailspin, a failure the details of which the White House fought to keep secret even as it ran the country into hock up to the hubcaps, thanks to generous tax cuts for the well-fixed, hoping to lead us into a box canyon of debt that will render government impotent, even as we engage in a war against a small country that was undertaken for the president’s personal satisfaction but sold to the American public on the basis of brazen misinformation, a war whose purpose is to distract us from an enormous transfer of wealth taking place in this country, flowing upward, and the deception is working beautifully.
The concentration of wealth and power in the hands of the few is the death knell of democracy. No republic in the history of humanity has survived this. The election of 2004 will say something about what happens to ours. The omens are not good.
Our beloved land has been fogged with fear—fear, the greatest political strategy ever. An ominous silence, distant sirens, a drumbeat of whispered warnings and alarms to keep the public uneasy and silence the opposition. And in a time of vague fear, you can appoint bullet-brained judges, strip the bark off the Constitution, eviscerate federal regulatory agencies, bring public education to a standstill, stupefy the press, lavish gorgeous tax breaks on the rich.
There is a stink drifting through this election year. It isn’t the Florida recount or the Supreme Court decision. No, it’s 9/11 that we keep coming back to It wasn’t the “end of innocence,” or a turning point in our history, or a cosmic occurrence, it was an event, a lapse of security. And patriotism shouldn’t prevent people from asking hard questions of the man who was purportedly in charge of national security at the time.
Whenever I think of those New Yorkers hurrying along Park Place or getting off the No.1 Broadway local, hustling toward their office on the 90th floor, the morning paper under their arms, I think of that non-reader George W. Bush and how he hopes to exploit those people with a little economic uptick, maybe the capture of Osama, cruise to victory in November and proceed to get some serious nation-changing done in his second term.
This year, as in the past, Republicans will portray us Democrats as embittered academics, desiccated Unitarians, whacked-out hippies and communards, people who talk to telephone poles, the party of the Deadheads. They will wave enormous flags and wow over and over the footage of firemen in the wreckage of the World Trade Center and bodies being carried out and they will lie about their economic policies with astonishing enthusiasm.
The Union is what needs defending this year. Government of Enron and by Halliburton and for the Southern Baptists is not the same as what Lincoln spoke of. This gang of Pithecanthropus Republicanii has humbugged us to death on terrorism and tax cuts for the comfy and school prayer and flag burning and claimed the right to know what books we read and to dump their sewage upstream from the town and clear-cut the forests and gut the IRS and mark up the constitution on behalf of intolerance and promote the corporate takeover of the public airwaves and to hell with anybody who opposes them. This is a great country, and it wasn’t made so by angry people. We have a sacred duty to bequeath it to our grandchildren in better shape than however we found it. We have a long way to go and we’re not getting any younger. Dante said that the hottest place in Hell is reserved for those who in time of crisis remain neutral, so I have spoken my piece, and thank you, dear reader. It’s a beautiful world, rain or shine, and there is more to life than winning.
Garrison Keillor is the host and writer of A Prairie Home Companion, now in its 25th year on the air.

11:00 AM, October 01, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

"Hypocrisies shine like cat turds in the moonlight!"

That is an image the Donkey has not seen.

The donkey read this article:

Retired general: Iraq invasion was 'strategic disaster'
The Lowell Sun

WASHINGTON -- The invasion of Iraq was the “greatest strategic disaster in United States history,” a retired Army general said yesterday, strengthening an effort in Congress to force an American withdrawal beginning next year., Retired Army Lt. Gen. William Odom, a Vietnam veteran, said the invasion of Iraq alienated America's Middle East allies, making it harder to prosecute a war against terrorists.

Does the lame Game or Mark know more than this troop? Do they support all the troop or only the ones who agree with them? This general is retired so the lame game aand mark should have no trouble joining the military. Elist,Bring a troop home.

2:48 PM, October 01, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

To The Game:
Re: Tom Delay-
I suggest you read some books by Molly Ivins who is a Liberal Democrat from TX, a Pulitzer Prize finalist, and has been a journalist for many years. As she hails from TX and was co-editor of "The Texas Observer" for quite some time, she knows her stuff about Texas politicians, etc.
In "Bushwacked" she wrote that Delay, a former bug exterminator, never saw a government regulation that he liked. He is in favor of making DDT (which I think is made in TX) legal again. Why does
Tom Delay hate the environment, especially the raptors whose eggshells break after they've been exposed to DDT? Delay voted to prevent unemployment extentions in 2002 when the economy was really bad and unemployment was really high. What does Delay have against the working man/woman? He opposes ergonomic regulations and apparently is in favor of industries such as meat packing plants being able to run assembly lines at a rapid pace with workers making repetive motions for 8-10 hrs. a day until they are virtually crippled and have to go on SSD. Again, why does Delay hate working people?
Delay has been instrumental in gerrymandering in TX to make sure Republicans not Democrats get elected. I have no doubt that he is involved in campaign financing shenanigans. He's called "The Hammer" for a reason and is undoubtedly putting pressure on at least the GOP members of Congress to back Bush's destructive policies/judicial picks by threatening their re-election chances. This isn't fair play. Do you think this is the American way? I sure don't.
I have NEVER read anything about Delay that was GOOD. The guy is a crook and deserves to go upriver. I don't know if he will. I saw him on the news, laughing and smiling, so he apparently thinks he'll beat the rap. Talk about smug! If nothing else, I hope his political career will be totally completely EXTERMINATED for the good of the country.

4:52 PM, October 01, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

With apologies to Hafiz:

Did the Donkey
Ever open its heart

And give to this world
All its

It felt the encouragement of light
Against its

We all remain



11:40 PM, October 01, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

listen to Bennetts ACTUAL comments, then put your head down in shame when you realize how wrong you are again...sad thing is you don't you.

11:42 PM, October 01, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

When a liberal just makes up silly crap not even half as bad as the stuff said here, even Chris Matthews has to object:

"Chris Matthews on "Hardball" went after New York leftist Mark Green for calling this a "corrupt" administration. To which Matthews shot back, "Any convictions? Can you name one conviction? One person in this administration who has been convicted of a crime?" To which Green mentions the indictments of DeLay and Jack Abramoff.

"They don't work for the administration," says Matthews. "Can you name a single instance of proven corruption?"

Green, as is his wont, hemmed and hawed and licked his lips. Ben Ginsburg, the Republican on the other side, just stayed silent. Props to Chris." - NROnline

11:58 PM, October 01, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

The lame game is defending Bennett from Bush? Why is the lame game with Bennett?

The White House on Friday criticized as "not appropriate" a comment from former Education Secretary William Bennett that aborting black babies would reduce the U.S. crime rate. Why would the lame game want the Bush to hang his head in shame?

The Donkey can not believe the lame game turned on Bush to protect a gambling hypocrite. Cowards do seem to be drawn to each other.

12:26 AM, October 02, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

The donkey can't comprehend anything. Did you listen to the audio moron. Either you don't want to or you did and your head gear stopped you from hearing it correctly. He was commenting on a book called freakanomics. But that doesn't matter to you, because the truth never matters to you, just your talking points and name calling.

8:15 AM, October 02, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In this administration, appointees are cronies. Ecperience in or knowledge of the position they are appointed to does not enter into the appointment process.

Incompetents appoint incompetents to positions that matter, and people die. The ones who FORMERLY held government positions are now busy making money with and for corporate friends. Like Albaugh making money for Halliburton off of Katrina.


8:42 AM, October 02, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The "Torturer-in-Chief."
I read this yesterday morning. It and the fact that Bush said he would veto the defense bill if there was anything in it about curtailing abuse OR investigating abuse made me want to go back to bed with my head under the covers.
..."one CIA op enthused to The Boston Globe: "'We are doing things I never believed we would do -- and I mean killing people!" A senior Bush official proudly pointed to the ultimate authority for this deadly system: "If the commander in chief didn't think it was appropriate, we wouldn't be doing it."

8:46 AM, October 02, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

Why does the lame game call Bush an idiot and a moron for calling Bennett's racist remarks wrong?

The Donkey can not understand the Game's attack on Bush. Why is game defending the racist Gambler?

2:04 PM, October 02, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

It seems to me that The Game is doing quite a bit of name calling himself. The Donkey, whom I know personally, is very smart and knowledgable. He has valid opinions and can do more than name call and post rightwing propaganda from Limbaugh, Coulter, etc. I think I have finally figured out how The Game has enough time to have his own blog and spend so much time on this one. All long posts are posted on BOTH blogs.
Re: the racist comments. I don't know much about that, but it makes sense to say that violent crime, burglaries, robberies, etc. will be reduced by aborting black babies. Poor people are more likely to commit these crimes and black people are more likely to be poor. Course we should add Hispanic, Native American (the poorest of the poor), and many Americans who live in rural areas to this.
Question: Would we reduce white collar crime by aborting rich white Republican babies? Especially those from Tex-ass?
Jeez, the things coming out of the mouths of white Republicans who got the evangelical vote by opposing abortion!! This won't sit well with Falwell, Robertson, and Dobson, y'know!
The Game has not responded to my comments on Delay yet. Hopefully, he has gotten a hold of a copy of Ivins' "Bushwacked" to see if she did say that. He might find her books very enlightening. We'll hope so.

2:51 PM, October 02, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...


The Donkey values his friends. They are hard to come by.

3:39 PM, October 02, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is mostly for the people of the Roswell area. The media here is pathetic. The local yokle tv station ran a story about a shooting in which an occupant of one vehicle was killed by the occupant(s) of another. And no, this was not in the "bad" part of town. Anyway, the talking head assured us that the residents should feel safe since it was determined to be a deliberate act and not just random shooting at a vehicle. Feel Safe!? Three bullet holes from the shooting were found in a nearby residence! But it is well known that the local media here is controled by boosterism.
The local paper with its bush-league editorials was complaining again about not raising federal taxes, but did favor cutting the Medicare Rx program and other "fat" in the budget, even the Homeland Security Dept. but Iraq of course just got mentioned as an expense. Same paper last week had an opinion piece at the top of the editoral page headlined
about the ACLU Opposing God in the Pledge. A sure fire waving of the bloody-flag and red herring. Later this week they headlined the indictment of Tom Delay as Delay in disagreement with the indictment. By today though it did headline a front page story about the local sheriff's dept. having to settle for a high-five-figure amount to two plaintiffs in a police brutality lawsuit. Considering that the rest of the state's media in Albuquerque, Santa Fe and elsewhere had already reported it, guess they figure that people knew, even in backwater Roswell. The whole matter would not have occured if the Sheriff's dept. officers had been willing to identify themselves as officers. And yes, it was the ACLU that brought the case apparently pro bono. Some people sincerely disagree with some of the ACLU viewpoints. But others don't like the fact that in this part of New Mexico and neighboring parts of Texas, the ACLU has been force, sometimes the only force, in stoping the local yokle prower freaks. Google Tulia. On a more mundane note, the same paper in reporting a sports story about only one local high school team winning this weekend, headlined it as only one local 11 wins. The team they refered to is a 6-Man Team! Also, Ron, a question has been asked as to why if you want truth, or at least opinion, on your website, why did you see fit to remove a certain response of Sept. 29th? There are people who listen to your program sometimes who never call and who read your blog sometimes but never post. They are at different parts of the political spectrum and of different cultures. Also, if Bush doesn't name a new Supreme Court nominee today (hopfully, a moderate conservative) maybe he will Tuesday or later. Surely, even he would not have the arrogance to nominate tomorrow on Monday. Organize. Take Action.

5:03 PM, October 02, 2005  
Blogger Ron said...

anon. good post. I have removed nothing except spam and multiple posts. Please feel free to post it again if you like.

5:31 PM, October 02, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

The donkey makes me feel good because it can not debate the topic. Throwing out the race card makes 80% of the country tune you out immediately. Bennetts comments were taken out of context, I have heard it and know it.

You can't debate that because it is fact...I would love you to come over to my blog so you can get a sense of what normal people think of you.

In fact, I might just post all your stupid comments on my blog so everyone can laugh at you.

5:53 PM, October 02, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

The game can post this. The game is a coward and a hypocrite. The game has attacked Bush for calling Bennett's remarks wrong.

What did you major in? The Donkey knows it was not English or history.

7:58 PM, October 02, 2005  
Blogger The Game said...

When is the last time you made a valid point?

I told you many times I am a teacher...went to school for physical therapy first..

and what is it that you do, if you even went to College you majored in dope smoking and flag burning.

10:15 PM, October 02, 2005  
Blogger The Donkey said...

Why does the Game care what the Donkey does? Why does the Game think The Donkey has any reason to answer the Game's questions? Why does the game ignore the Donkey's questions?

Why does the game think every one reads his blog? What is the the proper way to retire an old torn, soiled flag? The donkey has not smoked dope.
Why does the game think he told the Donkey anything? The game has not met the Donkey therefore the game has not said a word to the Donkey.

Why is the game attacking Bush to protect Bennett?

10:50 PM, October 02, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They still insist that it was posted somewhere on your blog on September 29, Ron. If not, sorry for the misinfo. The point was something to the effect that Delay is not that powerful but is a useful tool for those who are and that he will eventually be convicted and retire to a life of leisure, for the service he rendered, and agit-prop activities.
That is unless his cancer does not get him first. As I understand, that was basically it.

2:26 PM, October 03, 2005  
Anonymous Democat said...

Wow! Ron, Am on the Spanish computer at the RPL looking at your blog in Spanish (not all of it).
BIG NEWS and I am restraining myself from doing the dance of joy in a public place. Delay has been indicted on a 2nd charge-money laundering. Yes! Yes! Yes! Maybe Sylvia Brown, the psychic, Linda keeps talking about is right. She predicted the Bush Administration would be brought down after a catastrophe and Katrina certainly was.

5:19 PM, October 03, 2005  

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