Friday, March 28, 2008
Perhaps it's time to get this dude over here across the Pond and unleash him on some folks. Here's the comics: as if our suffering under wingnut pundits rampaging on Fox et al isn't cartoonish enough, Uber Coon Bob Johnson and some heavy Hillary financiers have extorted Nancy Pelosi (and indirectly Howard Dean) stating that if she doesn't straighten up, no more $$$ for Democrat House races. Bawlamer princess Nancy just stated that superdelegates should try to stay true to what their state primary and caucus voters decided. Period. There's no evidence she's a an Obamite. Indeed, I don't know what ol' broad's thinking half the time. Damn. The GOP does it right. No superdelegates. Theirs are in the private sector hahaha. And only arrogant Democrats would publicly send something like this to the Speaker of the House. Lawd. Who's scripting this--Paul Mooney? When I was a kid there was a ribald sitcom on ABC called "Soap" (with Billy Crystal...and sadly it begat "Benson"). I used to laugh my ass off even though I didn't understand most of it. 2008 has become Soap, and America is now a giant snicker. Well, check out the smirk on homeboy "V"'s face. That's the kind of mirth we need now. Per Reuters: The signees reminded the House leader from California of their support for the party's House campaign committee and said "therefore" she should "reflect in your comments a more open view" about superdelegates."We appreciate your activities in support of the Democratic Party and your leadership role in the party and hope you will be responsive to some of your major enthusiastic supporters," the letter said.The Obama campaign said the Illinois senator would support the election efforts of House Democrats no matter what the outcome of the nomination fight."This letter is inappropriate and we hope the Clinton campaign will reject the insinuation contained in it," Obama spokesman Bill Burton said.