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By: JorgXMcKie

Mon, 25 Jun 2007 04:29:56 +0000

Maybe Kevin can help me out here. Disbarment is like divorce and remarriage how? I mean, what is the legal ramification of serial marriage as opposed to perjury? Can Newt (I don't care much for him) have his marriage license revoked or something? Or could he make, perhaps, $100,000 on a marriage contract futures or such? I'm confused. Help me oujt.



By: Lurking Vet

Mon, 25 Jun 2007 01:49:52 +0000

(arrived via Tim Blair) Back to Larry's wheels: what does he have to say when asked about how he can afford them? I mean, the insurance alone has to be more than his legislator's salary, don't you think?



By: Kevin

Sun, 24 Jun 2007 03:39:14 +0000

24: Gimmee a break. The point is the hypocrisy that's flung back and forth in politics. Last I checked, the Clintons are both still on their first marriage and Newt is on his 3rd and counting. However and whatever, the Clintons worked out their problems while Newt's newest spouse seems to be whoever his johnson is pointing to at the moment. Your logic reminds of the character of Joe Pitt from "Angels in America"



By: ILoveCapitalism

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 16:48:53 +0000

Since we're so off-topic, I have a private aside for Pat: Thanks very much for your patient exchange with me in this other thread, where I saw your reply. (and gave one more of my own ;-) )



By: ILoveCapitalism

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 11:57:23 +0000

It's all rhetorical tactics: changing the subject. Of course Gingrich attacked Clinton for committing the actual, legal crime of perjury, for which Clinton was subsequently disbarred... not infidelity. But that's not the point here. Tactics and confusing stuff is.



By: ThatGayConservative

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 05:53:19 +0000

Furthermore: and for some extra good family values, he was attacking clinton for marital infidelity while he cheated on #2. Actually, Gingrich wasn't attacking Clinton. Secondly, that issue was NOT about "marital infidelity" and you damn well know it.



By: ThatGayConservative

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 04:40:18 +0000

How exactly am I lying if the subject in question admitted to it? Interesting how you picked the only one that was true and you can back up. Well, no. It's not interesting. It's rather sad.



By: Kevin

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 00:58:08 +0000

10: Really? How exactly do you disprove my comments, especially about Gingrich. Among the other things, Gingrich recently admitted that he was carrying on the affair with his 3rd wife while married to his second, while going after Clinton for his philandering. How exactly am I lying if the subject in question admitted to it?



By: Ted B. (Charging Rhino)

Sat, 23 Jun 2007 00:50:12 +0000

JEESH! Can we ever stay on-topic? What does THIS POSTING have to do with Bush, our idiot Congress, Gingrich's divorce, St. Hillarybeast or Teddy the Fat-One? Every interesting posting by the boys turns into the usual rants by the usual suspects....we get the point.



By: Peter Hughes

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 20:04:01 +0000

#19 - Actually, little jimmy, I prefer the term "champagne socialist" myself. Especially if I'm describing Ted Kennedy during happy hour. Speaking of which, I look forward to you revising your blog sometime soon, especially the name. Just in case you haven't heard, Tom DeLay is no longer in Congress. Talk about a throwback term. Go back to your room and play with your toys. Regards, Peter H.



By: jimmy

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 19:31:52 +0000

How quaint! Someone still uses/thinks the term 'limosine liberal'! What a throwback! I look forward to you publishing your financial documents on your blog sometime soon.



By: ILoveCapitalism

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 18:09:40 +0000

(then again, he/she/it probably never left)



By: ILoveCapitalism

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 18:09:21 +0000

Kewpie / Reader is back? Wow.



By: Brendan

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 16:42:46 +0000

"As for the Gingrich BS, you know damn well that you’re spreading a contemptable lie. " TGC--And what is exactly is the lie here? I don't think even Gingrich has disputed these facts.



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Fri, 22 Jun 2007 16:31:47 +0000

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By: North Dallas Thirty

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 16:11:51 +0000

LOL.....and that, Peter, is why the Democrat Congress -- which is blatantly anti-military, insults our troops and their leaders, calls them war criminals and idiots, and tries to strip them of funding and micromanage their every movement -- is at that approval level.



By: Peter Hughes

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 14:55:32 +0000

#12 - So let's discuss that, Retard - uh, I mean Reader: The President's approval numbers are in the upper 20s. Fair enough. However, the same libtards which delight in highlighting President Bush's anemic poll numbers are missing a few things. For starters, Congress's approval rating in the latest Gallup poll was so shockingly, historically, low at 14% that even the MSM could hardly ignore it. Harry Reid fares only better - he's at 17% approval rating. But there was another finding emerging from that same Gallup poll that has received very little media attention: the societal institution that enjoys, by far, the highest confidence among Americans is the military - at 69% approval rating. Match, set, game. You ARE the weakest link. Goodbye. Regards, Peter H.



By: ThatGayConservative

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 05:55:38 +0000

Further, shall I list for you some examples of the liberal daliences in "rumor mongering on the web"?



By: ThatGayConservative

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 05:54:33 +0000

I think it’s pretty funny when one political party tries to ascribe exclusivity of corruption on the other. Hell, that's all the liberals ran on last year. As for the Gingrich BS, you know damn well that you're spreading a contemptable lie. That's like saying that Wellstone crashed his plane to give liberals something to be happy about. Anyway, you know where you can shove that. seems that’s the appropriate way to approach it rather than rumor mongering on the web. As Peter says: Pot, meet kettle. Congratulations, Kevin. You're the runner up, behind Keogh, for the most asinine comments I've ever read on the internet.



By: ThatGayConservative

Fri, 22 Jun 2007 05:45:16 +0000

Perhaps he and Hillary could share some of their insight with the rest of us. C'mon! The liberal media told us last week she and Bill were dirt poor until they got out of the WH. What they didn't mention is that they supposedly made their millions during this miserable economy we have.