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September 10, 2009

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FYI Watertiger,

Those would be those crackers we discussed earlier in the day.

why wasn't he tazered and dragged out by police?

it was a big misunderstanding. eager for Christmas, he said "Yule, aye".

Stumbled across this and thought you'd enjoy it, watertiger.

DRUNK LAURA BUSH ACCUSES MOTHER-IN-LAW OF PUPPY KILLING
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nck6zpPmVg8

Ah, well, maybe we should be thankful that he had enough restraint not to yell, "you lie, boy."

Montag....you probably read his mind! (What there is of it!)

Montag:

..and yet not enough class to yell, "You lie, sir," showing at the very least respect for the office of the President.

Republicans: Woefully ignorant and willfully classless.

Wilson is just following a long and noble South Carolina tradition http://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/hist ory/minute/The_Caning_of_Senator_Charles _Sumner.htm

That incident helped bring the Civil War (or as Wilson probably calls it the War of Southern Independence). Perhaps this will result in a new birth of freedom also.

for those of you that twitter

Actblue page Rob Miller, Wilson's opponent ttp://bit.ly/13CgmC @CongJoeWilson, #CensureWilson, http://bit.ly/1hUrqM

butbutbut what about the BOOING? i heard BOOING on PBS.

You know, for all I care, the south can have their damn freedom. If I had a crow bar big enough I'd go down to the Mason-Dixon line myself and pry them into the sea.

Save for Atlanta, I'd pluck out Atlanta and keep that.

And New Orleans, I'd keep that too.

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