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Now retired and living on Kaua'i. :)

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Update: "Get A Life You Worthless Bum"

End the Savage RW Tearing Apart of America and her People~

Perfectly Accurate Description of the Koch buying the House and next the Senate..

thanks Cat

You're right, Segami, the ultimate WTF look.. PBO handled it just right..

"I don't know what you been readin".. and there it is.

What was he suppose to say.. "Too many republicons are brainwashed idiots and are trying to drive their country into the abyss"? No.

Kick for Garth Brooks and President Obama!

mahalo napkinz~

I expect even more great things to come for our country in these last two years

of the Obama Presidency in spite of an unprecedented amount of hate and obstruction.

Ness Perez @nesslovesfood
Working for the Best President Ever... @BarackObama
10:17 AM - 25 Feb 2014 24 Retweets 22 favorites


If You Can't See The Similarities in This..


Wow.. that's going to take several Volumes like Steve Benen

had on the Mittster circa 2011-2012~

thanks ashling~

WOW WOW WOW! Major Cricket Action going on!! K&R!

I'm going to Add this to my Journal, ProSense, so I can have a handy reference when I need it.

Mahalo PS

oooooh.. Alan Zegas is now David Wildstein's lawyer.. this "unseen flunkie"..

Chops licking!

Our Buddy, Alan Zegas~

From your link, DV..

"And Christie will find no comfort in Zegas, who has battled him in court, accused him of playing politics with criminal prosecutions and written scathing op-eds about his attacks on judicial independence, once comparing him to King George III of England.

“I don’t know Mr. Wildstein, but he seems wily, so it’s possible he was sending a message to the governor, that I’m going to choose someone you might not like,” said Nancy Erika Smith, an employment lawyer and friend of Zegas. “Sometimes lawyers just act and don’t think. Alan plays chess.”

another snip.. okay I'm sold!

"Friends described him as principled, brainy and kind, a “renaissance lawyer” who can impress not just with his knowledge of the law, but also his piano skills, professional photography, marathon runs in New York City and the countless biographies he’s read."

You got a real good juicy bit of news here, DonViejo!

Christie Tries to Work the Room and Fails

In his latest townhall, Chris Christie tried to resort to his old style of working the room. This time his ability to charm, deflect, intimidate and obfuscate didn't have that same old Christie magic. Here's why: people are no longer afraid and they are pissed.

For Christie, Awkward Return to a Setting He Once Ruled

When Chris Christie started to talk over a complaining questioner, a signature tactic of the bellicose, pre-scandal governor, the audience here briefly turned on him. “Answer the question,” some shouted.

When he took a microphone from a long-winded speaker, the man startled Mr. Christie by snatching it right back.

And when he singled out a young woman as his inspiration for repairing the Hurricane Sandy-battered coastline, he failed to grasp that the girl’s mother — sitting just a few feet from Mr. Christie — was angry with him for not doing enough.

“He’s full of it,” she said

It worked — at least for a while. Christie entered his 110th town-hall-style event in Port Monmouth, a blue-collar Shore town battered by the storm, without his self-promotional video. The Springsteen soundtrack was dialed down. So was the Christie swagger and sarcasm.

But then Tom Largey, a Sea Bright resident whose home was badly damaged by the storm and who is living with relatives, confronted Christie.

Why was so much money, Largey asked, being spent on private contractors to handle the storm recovery, particularly Hammerman & Gainer, the Louisiana-based company that was quietly let go by the administration in December? After all, New York did just fine without hiring outsiders.

The crowd lustily applauded Largey, not Christie. The calm empathizer was now seething, defensive.

"What's your suggestion on how I should have done it?" Christie shot back. "Should I have hired thousands of new government employees to be able to administer these programs?"

"Answer the question!" barked one woman. Heads turned in irritation. Two men loudly cleared their throats


I apologize if this has been posted.. I hadn't seen it before.

It's really good to see that more people in New Jersey are finally catching on to the sociopathic schmoozer!
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