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Hey, hey she's a Monkee!

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When you boys come out of the shower I have some more reading for you from the Coulter file.

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Liberals have been completely intellectually vanquished. Actually, they lost the war of ideas long ago. It's just that now their defeat is so obvious, even they've noticed. As new DNC Chairman Howard Dean might say, it's all over but the screaming.

In an editorial last week, The New York Times gave President Bush credit for democracy sweeping through the Middle East or, as the Times put it, "a year of heartening surprises." Yes, the Middle East's current democratization would come as quite a surprise to anyone who puts his hands over his ears and hums during the president's speeches.

Rolling Stone magazine is making fun of "moveon.org" for having no contact with normal Americans. Their Bush-hating cause has become so hopeless that moveon.org is on the verge of actually moving on.

Marking the first time Walter Cronkite and I have agreed on anything, Cronkite is ridiculing Dan Rather, saying he should have retired a long time ago.

No one, not even Chris Matthews, is defending the Italian Communist who claims American forces intentionally shot at her in Iraq. (But to be fair, Keith Oberman has been on vacation this week.) She may have lost some credibility when she backed her claim that Americans were targeting her by quoting her kidnappers. She said her kidnappers had warned her to stay away from the Americans because they would only hurt her. And then my rapist said, "Whatever you do, don't cry out for the police! They won't help you!"

Consider that less than 20 years ago, ABC's Peter Jennings and CBS' Mike Wallace announced at an "Ethics in America" panel that they would not intervene to prevent the slaughter of American troops while on duty as journalists — especially during sweeps. As Wallace said: "You don't have a higher duty. No. No. You're a reporter!" It almost makes you wonder if U.S. troops have ever targeted American journalists in the field during wartime. Maybe Eason Jordan would know something about that.

Now liberal journalists are pretending to support the troops. They hardly ever call them "baby killers" anymore, at least to their faces.

Democrats are even pretending to believe in God — you know, as they understand Her.

The only people liberals can find to put up a fight these days are ex-Klanners and other assorted nuts.

There's former KKK "Kleagle" and Democratic Sen. Bob Byrd, who compared the Republicans to Hitler last week. Byrd having been a charter member of a fascist organization himself, no one was sure if this was intended as a critique or a compliment.

Aspiring first lady Teresa Heinz claims the election was stolen through the machinations of a vast conspiracy involving Republican polling machine manufacturers. We eagerly await a Michael Moore documentary to flesh out the details. It's only a matter of time before Heinz announces that anti-Bush insurgents control most of the Red States, and that the sooner the U.S. pulls out of those quagmires, the better.

Howard Dean — chairman of the party that supports murder, adultery, lying about adultery, coveting other people's money, stealing other people's money, mass-producing human embryos for spare parts like an automotive chop shop and banning God — has called the Republican Party "evil." One Democrat in the audience, a preschool teacher no less, complained that Dean was soft-pedaling his message.

Teddy Kennedy's big new idea is to wheel out his 18th proposal to raise the minimum wage. He's been doing this since wages were paid in Spanish doubloons (which coincidentally are now mostly found underwater). Kennedy refuses to countenance any risky schemes like trying to grow the economy so people making minimum wage get raises because they've been promoted. Kennedy's going down and he's taking the party with him! (Recognize the pattern?)

I keep expecting the real Democrats to appear and drag these nuts out of the room, saying, Oh sorry, he's escaped again — don't worry, he does this all the time, and then Howard Dean will stand up and have no pants on.

So now, the entire country is ignoring liberals. I'm the canary in the coal mine. Twenty-six congressmen have signed a letter denouncing me for a column I wrote two weeks ago; for the past two weeks, I've been attacked on MSNBC and CNN, in The Detroit Free-Press and on every known liberal blog and radio show. (I especially want to thank Pacifica Radio in this regard.) I personally have shouted their complaints from the rooftops. Liberals had fallen into my trap!

But there was no point in responding because no one had heard about the liberal denunciations in the first place. It was like explaining a joke: OK, and then they said, "Call me a cab," and then I said, "Okay! You're a cab! Are you following this? ... Sorry, let me start over again."

This is like beating Dennis Kucinich in an untelevised presidential debate. That and $8.50 will get you a cup of coffee at Starbuck's. I'm tired of helping liberals publicize their attacks on me. Liberals are going to have to do better than that if they want a response from me.

It's not just that we're a divided nation, with liberals watching only CNN and conservatives watching only Fox News. I'm pretty sure liberals are aware of me, and I haven't appeared on CNN for months. It's liberals the country is ignoring. No one knows or cares what they're carrying on about in their media outlets. Liberals can't get arrested. They're even letting Martin Sheen off with a warning now.

I hate to sound selfish at such a great moment for the country, but this is nothing short of calamitous for completely innocent right-wing polemicists. Liberals are too pathetic to write about. I have nothing to do; my life is over. Where have all the flowers gone?

I'm confident they'll stage a comeback someday. In lieu of common sense, liberals have boundless energy. But I'm getting bored waiting. In the interest of good sportsmanship, I have some proposals for liberals. I think Democrats might want to drop the contract all Democrats apparently have to sign pledging to pretend to believe insane things. Also, if you could just get the base of your party to not participate anymore and maybe be a little less crazy, people might listen to you. Barring that, you're just going to have to scream a little louder.

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She really needs a writer to help formulate that vomit into palpable prose. Her style is like that of Brett Easton Ellis without all the sidesplitting hilarity.

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She really needs a writer to help formulate that vomit into palpable prose. Her style is like that of Brett Easton Ellis without all the sidesplitting hilarity.
Really? You must have missed this one;

Teddy Kennedy's big new idea is to wheel out his 18th proposal to raise the minimum wage. He's been doing this since wages were paid in Spanish doubloons (which coincidentally are now mostly found underwater). Kennedy refuses to countenance any risky schemes like trying to grow the economy so people making minimum wage get raises because they've been promoted. Kennedy's going down and he's taking the party with him! (Recognize the pattern?)

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She really needs a writer to help formulate that vomit into palpable prose. Her style is like that of Brett Easton Ellis without all the sidesplitting hilarity.
Really? You must have missed this one;

Teddy Kennedy's big new idea is to wheel out his 18th proposal to raise the minimum wage. He's been doing this since wages were paid in Spanish doubloons (which coincidentally are now mostly found underwater). Kennedy refuses to countenance any risky schemes like trying to grow the economy so people making minimum wage get raises because they've been promoted. Kennedy's going down and he's taking the party with him! (Recognize the pattern?)
First of all that whole Mary Jo thing wasn't his fault. He was shitfaced drunk at the time and as we all have been recently informed sir, alcoholism is a disease.
As far as wit and irony, give me a fat Hispanic attorney on an ether binge any day. Her systematic beating of dead horses is not only vicious and unsportsmanlike, but it appears desperate.

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I guess that somehow, we'll just have to live with our disagreement on her laser-like wit.

But that's okay. I promise that I will periodically give you and evrybody else an opportunity to avail ourselves of her political satire.

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She really needs a writer to help formulate that vomit into palpable prose. Her style is like that of Brett Easton Ellis without all the sidesplitting hilarity.
Really? You must have missed this one;

Teddy Kennedy's big new idea is to wheel out his 18th proposal to raise the minimum wage. He's been doing this since wages were paid in Spanish doubloons (which coincidentally are now mostly found underwater). Kennedy refuses to countenance any risky schemes like trying to grow the economy so people making minimum wage get raises because they've been promoted. Kennedy's going down and he's taking the party with him! (Recognize the pattern?)
First of all that whole Mary Jo thing wasn't his fault. He was shitfaced drunk at the time and as we all have been recently informed sir, alcoholism is a disease.
As far as wit and irony, give me a fat Hispanic attorney on an ether binge any day. Her systematic beating of dead horses is not only vicious and unsportsmanlike, but it appears desperate.
Really Thrill? So a drunk responsible for the running of a vehicle of the road and into the water is not responsible for the drowning of his passenger? Is it your contention that Mr. Kennedy was not in control of his decision making powers or motor functions immediately before, during and after the booze was dumped down his now well pickled gullet? How is it not his fault he was drunk? How is it not his fault he took the decision to drive in that condition? I submit that alcoholism is not a disease. It is a choice. I submit that drunks call it a disease to alleviate themselves of the responsibility for poor choices resultant from weak charachter.....which we see frequently relative to Mr Kennedy, heir to a bootlegger's fortune.

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She really needs a writer to help formulate that vomit into palpable prose. Her style is like that of Brett Easton Ellis without all the sidesplitting hilarity.
Really? You must have missed this one;

Teddy Kennedy's big new idea is to wheel out his 18th proposal to raise the minimum wage. He's been doing this since wages were paid in Spanish doubloons (which coincidentally are now mostly found underwater). Kennedy refuses to countenance any risky schemes like trying to grow the economy so people making minimum wage get raises because they've been promoted. Kennedy's going down and he's taking the party with him! (Recognize the pattern?)
First of all that whole Mary Jo thing wasn't his fault. He was shitfaced drunk at the time and as we all have been recently informed sir, alcoholism is a disease.
As far as wit and irony, give me a fat Hispanic attorney on an ether binge any day. Her systematic beating of dead horses is not only vicious and unsportsmanlike, but it appears desperate.
Really Thrill? So a drunk responsible for the running of a vehicle of the road and into the water is not responsible for the drowning of his passenger? Is it your contention that Mr. Kennedy was not in control of his decision making powers or motor functions immediately before, during and after the booze was dumped down his now well pickled gullet? How is it not his fault he was drunk? How is it not his fault he took the decision to drive in that condition? I submit that alcoholism is not a disease. It is a choice. I submit that drunks call it a disease to alleviate themselves of the responsibility for poor choices resultant from weak charachter.....which we see frequently relative to Mr Kennedy, heir to a bootlegger's fortune.
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She really needs a writer to help formulate that vomit into palpable prose. Her style is like that of Brett Easton Ellis without all the sidesplitting hilarity.
Really? You must have missed this one;

Teddy Kennedy's big new idea is to wheel out his 18th proposal to raise the minimum wage. He's been doing this since wages were paid in Spanish doubloons (which coincidentally are now mostly found underwater). Kennedy refuses to countenance any risky schemes like trying to grow the economy so people making minimum wage get raises because they've been promoted. Kennedy's going down and he's taking the party with him! (Recognize the pattern?)
First of all that whole Mary Jo thing wasn't his fault. He was shitfaced drunk at the time and as we all have been recently informed sir, alcoholism is a disease.
As far as wit and irony, give me a fat Hispanic attorney on an ether binge any day. Her systematic beating of dead horses is not only vicious and unsportsmanlike, but it appears desperate.
Really Thrill? So a drunk responsible for the running of a vehicle of the road and into the water is not responsible for the drowning of his passenger? Is it your contention that Mr. Kennedy was not in control of his decision making powers or motor functions immediately before, during and after the booze was dumped down his now well pickled gullet? How is it not his fault he was drunk? How is it not his fault he took the decision to drive in that condition? I submit that alcoholism is not a disease. It is a choice. I submit that drunks call it a disease to alleviate themselves of the responsibility for poor choices resultant from weak charachter.....which we see frequently relative to Mr Kennedy, heir to a bootlegger's fortune.
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funny, I can't pin down where Mary Jo got her second chance.

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