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Name: Miles Archer
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Hometown: Hamilton Massachusetts
Home country: USA
Current location: Nevada
Member since: Wed Oct 16, 2013, 07:49 PM
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Chuck Toad would rather be jabbed in the eye with a salad fork than asked about David Gregory


Squirm-inducing video of the incident at the link above.

Things got a little uncomfortable Tuesday on HuffPost Live when host Marc Lamont Hill asked Chuck Todd, the new host of "Meet the Press," about David Gregory, Todd's predecessor and the man NBC unceremoniously shoved out the door.

Todd, who hasn't spoken much about his relationship with Gregory, was short in his answers, admitting that the two have "bumped into" each other a couple times since the job switch.

"This is a rough business," Todd said. "I'll leave it at that."

Asked if things were awkward between the two, Todd replied: "About as awkward as being asked questions about him," he said, with a nervous laugh.

Sean "MTV's Real World" Duffy (R-WI) sure loves using the word "work" when discussing Republicans

Not giving Repuubblicans what they want will be seen as a "poke in the eye."

Apparently all they want to do is WORK now that they are in control of the Senate. They want to WORK and pass bills that will put Americans to work and improve everything for every American.

He must have used the word "work" 200 times in his 5 minute segment.

Boehner: If Obama vetoes the overwhelmingly popular Keystone bill, he thinks you're stupid


Wait, let me go back, that can't be right.


That's what he just said on MSNBC.

The Keystone bill is "overwhelmingly popular," and if Obama vetoees it, its because HE THINKS YOU'RE STUPID.

They are now interviewing Sean "I Was A Dick On MTV's Real World And Nothing Has Changed Since Then" Duffy (R-WI). He's pimping all of those "good payin' jobs for American workers" which...as we know from a plethora of articles in the last week...DO NOT EXIST.

Fluke Russert armchair quarterbacking this morning's pending Boehner immigration fatwa! USA! USA!


Apparently Boehner's going to appear before the cameras and warn Obama about playing with matches, running with scissors, mixing beer and wine, and more.

Fluke said that Obama may wait for funding, which would give Boehner & McConnell "breathing room," and how the last thing they want is to shut down the government and hand Obama a "major victory." Or something like that. He's a mush-mouthed little shit and sometimes it's hard to follow his talking points.

Officials: Spank marks on Ted Cruz's ass exact size and shape of Sentator Al Franken's right hand

Al Franken Explains Net Neutrality To Ted Cruz


WASHINGTON -- Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) responded on Sunday to a Washington Post op-ed in which Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) wrote that net neutrality is "Obamacare for the Internet."

Franken said Cruz “doesn’t understand” what net neutrality is.

“He has it completely wrong and he just doesn't understand what this issue is,” Franken told Candy Crowley on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Franken is a longtime proponent of net neutrality, or the idea that all traffic on the Internet should be treated equally. The Federal Communications Commission is in the process of revising rules around the concept, and major Internet providers have pushed for Internet "fast lanes" that let them charge websites extra for faster loading times. On Monday, President Barack Obama called on the FCC to “implement the strongest possible rules to protect net neutrality.”

Frampton's "Show Me The Way," in a kiddie version, is now in an Uncle Ben's commercial.

I can remember a time when the song was NOT about parboiled rice, and it wasn't sung by a kids' chorus.

Steve Forbes pimping the Flat Tax on MSNBC

Was asked if it weighs more heavily on people at the lower end of the economic scale and he replied "NO! It encourages GROWTH!"

Talking head thinks Republicans need to "hit things right up the middle to show they can do things"

Remember the days when having a job meant you DID the job, and your DOING it was never discussed?

MSNBC is having a little roundtable over what the Republicans "need to do."

Didn't get "Jimmy's" name because Krystal Ball had a case of mush mouth when announcing him.

Facebook is in flames over THIS article.

Freeps hate his ass so much that the link below includes a "Would you like to see John McCain retire?" poll.

All of my "red state" Faceboook friends are busting blood vessels over this.


McCain ends suspense; says he’ll run again in 2016

The conservative vigil over Sen. John McCain’s political intentions for 2016 appears to be at an end. The former GOP presidential nominee and political moderate has indicated he’ll seek a sixth Senate term, despite a stiff headwind from ideological conservatives in his home state of Arizona.

McCain told MSNBC he’s “absolutely” making plans to run again, but acknowledged he’ll face stronger opposition — particularly in the party primary phase — than he’s yet seen in his long political career.

“You have to hope for the best and prepare for the worst. I definitely think that I would have to absolutely anticipate a Tea Party candidate or two or three… everybody tells me that I’m the number one target of the tea partiers,” McCain said.

“We’ve already talked with finance people in the state, we’ve already talked to different groups and organizations ranging from the Arizona Chamber to the Southern Arizona Defense Alliance to build the coalitions we need to build.”

"We're Canadians. We're very polite and don't hold grudges."

Rush's Geddy Lee Answers Your Twitter Questions
The singer reveals Neil Peart's post-show smell, his reaction to the band's Rock Hall induction and if he'll attend your yoga class


Multiple people asked the Pavement question. They want to know, "How did his voice get so high? Does he speak like an ordinary guy?"
Still, after all this time? Well, yes, I speak like a normal guy.

After decades of Rolling Stone ignoring and belittling Rush, how do you feel to be interviewed by the same magazine?
We're Canadians. We're very polite and don't hold grudges.
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