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Old 02-21-2010, 01:53 AM
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daveweigel BREAKING: ACORN steals 2010 CPAC straw poll for Ron Paul. DEVELOPING...
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This is like a nine iron through the window of the Tim Pawlenty campaign.
(My weak effort a few hours ago: Mitt Romney now has Joementum.)

Full CPAC straw poll results here.

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[Added] Speaking of Tim "It's Not a Mullet!!!1!" Pawlenty, this is just comical. (It would be horrifying if he actually had a chance.) Why, it's almost as stupid as something Glenn Reynolds would propose.

We'll have to see if T-Paw follows Putz's lead and gets all hurt-feelings-y. Hurrah for Bruce Bartlett, in any case.
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Old 02-21-2010, 02:30 AM
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Default Billboard from a totally NOT TYPICAL teabagger

Noted by Rumproast:



[Added] Some approving comments left elsewhere, again, by totally NOT TYPICAL teabaggers and other wingnuts: unless you have a strong stomach, don't click.
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Old 02-21-2010, 03:03 AM
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Found at the Great Orange Satan:

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Old 02-22-2010, 07:33 PM
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[...] Why, it's almost as stupid as something Glenn Reynolds would propose. [...]
Obsidian Wings's von addresses Glenn Reynolds, FTW:

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By the way: I don't know what you were hoping for, but I don't think that Bruce Bartlett's response to your "idea" is intemperate. He's pretty much right on. You're suggesting the equivalent of: "If we kill the patient, he'll be cancer free!"* Do you expect a sensitive correction? When a law student shows up at your class and tells you that RICO was Lucille Ball's husband, how much slack do you cut that dude?
(h/t: Instaputz)
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Old 02-22-2010, 11:49 PM
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Default Orly Taitz appeals to the UN



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Old 02-22-2010, 11:59 PM
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Your picture wins, though.
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Old 02-23-2010, 03:49 PM
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Looks like perpetual rage machine Michelle Malkkkin has cashed in on some of that sweet, sweet fundie coin: Hot Air has been sold to Salem Communications.

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Does the story get better? Oh yes, the story gets better.
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Old 02-24-2010, 03:52 AM
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Default Your GOP in action!

Remember all the whining we've heard from the Republicans about how the health care bills were sooooo loooong?

Guess what? Now they're complaining they're too short!!!1! True story.

Also, you know what John "It's Not Pronounced That Way" Boehner's new great plan is for the health care summit that President Obama invited them to? They're going to "crash the party." Another true story.

If we took the salt out, we could end the worldwide shortage of drinking water from the GOP's flop sweat.
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Old 02-24-2010, 02:23 PM
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Default Check Your Popcorn Stocks

News item: "Romney endorses McCain for re-election."

Wingnut/teabagger freakout in 5..., 4... oh, wait. It's already started. The R, I, N, and O keys are getting a lot of work, and that's from the ones who are still allowed to use scissors with pointy ends.

The Freepers post a "(BARF ALERT)," which leads to commenters calling the two of them everything from progressives to gay.

One of the Clownhallers begins with "Color me angry."

Wizbanger Alan Orfi seems most concerned with Romney's "contention" that global warming is real.

Our Lady of Perpetual Outrage tries humor, such as it is on the far right, by posing an image of "John McCain Nose Plugs."

Boss Limbaugh says the endorsement is "suicidal."

There is a bit of hesitation to go full metal, however, since St. Sarah has already made the same announcement. So, in addition to the entertainment to be had by watching them type out their fury, we can also look forward to the comedy of the scrambling they'll have to do to keep their double standards alive.

One of the Red State Trike Force does suggest a possible out: "Has he gone mad along with Palin?" Probably only be another hour or two before they realize this is yet another example of Obama's hidden hypnosis techniques.
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Old 02-24-2010, 03:06 PM
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Default Panic among the GOP

After obstruction failed, some of them remembered they do in fact have to run for reelection someday:

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On Monday, the Senate voted for cloture on the Democratic jobs bill, 62-30. Today, they passed the bill itself in a vote of 70-28.

That means eight senators who voted against cloture (or were absent, which in a cloture vote is the same as a no vote) vote for the bill itself. All of them are Republicans.

The switchers who voted no on cloture but yes today:

Lamar Alexander (R-TN)
Thad Cochran (R-MS)
James Inhofe (R-OK)
George LeMieux (R-FL)
Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)
Roger Wicker (R-MS)

And those who were absent Monday but voted yes today:

Orrin Hatch (R-UT)
Richard Burr (R-NC)
(h/t: Jim Newell)
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Old 02-24-2010, 04:59 PM
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Default McCain plays the Birther card ...

... against his Birther opponent. Message: Hayworth = Berg = Taitz. Good times!

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[Added] Newell:

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Still: John McCain thinks denouncing birthers will win him a Republican primary.
It is going to be interesting to see how that bet pays off.
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Old 02-24-2010, 05:19 PM
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Still: John McCain thinks denouncing birthers will win him a Republican primary.
It is going to be interesting to see how that bet pays off.
Especially, as Extemporanus points out:

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... nearly half of the Arizona Legislature wants to force President Barack Obama to show his birth certificate to state officials if he runs for re-election.
From Ex's link, so much for our magical 58% number: "All 40 co-sponsors are Republicans, comprising 75 percent of the GOP caucus."

Also, memzilla FTW:

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Considering who gave us Caribou Barbie in the first place, this is like Dr. Frankenstein coming out against operating-table hoists and lightning. And then claiming to be a paragon of ethical medical research.
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Old 02-24-2010, 05:44 PM
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Default Smerconish Goes Charles Johnson

Right-wing radio host Michael Smerconish, writing a few days ago about dropping his lifelong party affiliation and declaring as an independent:

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The national GOP is a party of exclusion and litmus tests, dominated on social issues by the religious right, with zero discernible outreach by the national party to anyone who doesn't fit neatly within its parameters. [...]

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I think that in 2008, the GOP was wrong to adopt a party platform that maintained a strict opposition to abortion without at least carving out exceptions in the case of rape, incest, or danger to the mother's life. I was appalled that legislators tried to decide Terri Schiavo's end-of-life plan. I don't care if two guys hook up any more than they should care about my heterosexual lifestyle. [...]

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I think President Obama is earnest, smart, and much more centrist than his tea party caricature suggests. He has never been given a fair chance to succeed by those who openly crow about their desire to see him fail (while somehow congratulating one another on their relative patriotism). I know he was born in America, isn't a socialist, and doesn't worship in a mosque. I get that he inherited a minefield. [...]
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Old 02-24-2010, 06:14 PM
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Default Truth Hurts Department

Steve Benen, at the end of a piece about the backlash against Glenn Beck from the GOP's media mouthpieces Mark Levin, Bill Bennett, and Boss Limbaugh:

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So, let me get this straight. Prominent conservative voices don't mind Beck's deranged conspiracy theories, his humiliating ignorance, and his hatred for those who don't think as he does. But these conservative voices mind a great deal if Beck notes that Republicans have an embarrassing record when it comes to deficit reduction, the national debt, government spending, and increasing the size and scope of the federal government's powers -- an observation that happens to be true.

What an odd movement.
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Old 02-24-2010, 08:14 PM
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Default Who will be ...

... the first commenter on this site to "confuse" reconciliation with the "nuclear option?" [Added: via Atrios, another good link documenting the atrocities.]

I'm 'arkin to know. Look, I'll be pisced if I'm wrong. 'Fur sure. It'd be like rubbing Salt in the wound.

Hurrah for Anthony Weiner, also, too.
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Old 02-26-2010, 05:26 AM
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Default Daniel Stout is NOT having a typical Republican affair ...

... but he does take "family values" to a whole 'nother level.

You will never make another mother-in-law joke again.
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Old 02-28-2010, 12:56 PM
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Default "The Axis of the Obsessed and Deranged"

Frank Rich's latest column bears a read.

I guess I'm not quite (yet?) where he is in seeing the Stack suicide and the notes of approval it generated in a worrisome light. It's all too easy for some anonymous or pseudonymous clown to give vent to his fantasies online, and as for the prominent Republican officials who gave it the old wink, wink, nudge, nudge, grin, grin, I am in many ways happy. The more Republicans do to align themselves with rightwing extremists, the less chance they have of reacquiring majority power.

Rich is correct to call the overall GOP "efforts to co-opt" the teabaggers "ham-handed." I think he misses another aspect of it, though: to the extent that they succeed, it's only going to backfire, just as it did with the decision to align themselves with the radical religious right. You can get a quarter, maybe a third of the country into your camp by catering to the wingnuts, and maybe even fool another chunk for a short while by preaching a non-stop message of fear, but the majority of this country really doesn't want to associate itself with racism, nihilism, and hate.

Still, eternal vigilance is the price we must pay. My confidence in the ultimate good sense of the Murrikin people could be misplaced. So, to that end, give Frank Rich's piece a look.
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Old 03-01-2010, 12:31 AM
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Default Pantload Gets Pantsed ...

... by his own readers.

And you know what's doubly rich? Betty's closing prediction is exactly right. Doughy once again gets busted, ducks the criticism, promises to come back to it "when he has more time," and when he dares to post again, it's completely off-topic: a video of someone else evidently looking bad, and then a "funny" picture of Obama and Socialism!!!1!.
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Old 03-01-2010, 12:48 AM
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Frank Rich's latest column bears a read. [...]
Steve M. has some more comments on Rich's column, and a slightly different take from mine.
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Old 03-01-2010, 03:31 AM
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Follow-up on these items and others like them from Rachel Maddow, featuring B'head Chris Hayes.
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Old 03-01-2010, 02:04 PM
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Default Your Moment of "Fiscally Responsible" Teabagger Hilarity

Marco Rubio is now officially the conservatives' John Edwards.
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Old 03-01-2010, 05:54 PM
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Default Another wingnut blogger shows ...

... the dangers of regurgitating Drudge. Weigel observes:

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Old 03-02-2010, 01:08 AM
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Default What? Advocating violence again?

Wingnut radio host Jim Quinn calls President Obama "this little wuss from Kenya," says "somebody should slap him silly."
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Old 03-02-2010, 04:58 PM
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Default Grain alcohol wingnut ...

... or mainstream GOP? How do you think the average Republican would respond to this distillation?
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Old 03-04-2010, 01:10 PM
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Default Boy, it seems like it's been, what, two weeks? since we heard a story like this

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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) ― Sources tell CBS13 a state senator from Southern California was arrested for allegedly driving drunk after leaving Faces, a gay nightclub in midtown Sacramento, early Wednesday morning.

The California Highway Patrol pulled over Senator Roy Ashburn at 2:00 a.m. Wednesday after an officer noticed a black Chevy Tahoe swerving at 13th and L Streets.

Ashburn, a father of four, is a Republican Senator representing parts of Kern, Tulare and San Bernardino Counties with a history of opposing gay rights.

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A male passenger, who was not identified as a lawmaker, was also in the car but was not detained.
The rest (via).
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Old 03-04-2010, 06:53 PM
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Default Wingnut Successfully Infiltrates Democratic Party

Say hello to your new Democratic nominee for Texas's 22nd Congressional District, "LaRouche Democrat Kesha Rogers."

Note carefully that third letter of her chosen description is in fact an R, not a D, although some may wonder after reading what the latest item (via) on her website says:

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The Ides of March are coming: Pro-Impeachment Democrat wins nomination in Texas

Houston, March 3, 2010 The victory in the 22nd Congressional District yesterday by LaRouche Democrat Kesha Rogers sent an unmistakable message to the White House, and its British imperial controllers: Your days are numbered. Kesha's campaign hit relentlessly at a single theme, that President Obama must go, that his attacks on this nation with his dismantling of the manned space program, his efforts to ram through a fascist, killer health care policy, his endless bailouts for Wall Street swindlers, while demanding budget cuts which will increase the death rates among the poor, the sick, the elderly and the unemployed are not acceptable, and will not be tolerated.

Skeptics said that LaRouche's approach is impractical, it won't work, that Democrats will never support someone who is calling for the President's impeachment. Obviously, the voters of the 22nd district disagreed with those skeptics, as Kesha received 53% of the vote against two opponents. As Kesha told the Galveston Daily News last night, when a reporter asked if she expected support from the Democratic Party in the fall election, I am leading a war against the British Empire. I'm not worried about what Democratic Party hacks say or do.
"Fascist, killer 'health care' policy?" British Empire???

And I suspect I don't need to remind anyone what happened on the Ides of March, but just to be sure we're all hearing the same dogwhistle ...
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Old 03-04-2010, 10:30 PM
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Old 03-05-2010, 01:05 AM
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Default Re: What? Advocating violence again?

Here is Dan Riehl, just yesterday, working himself into a frenzy because calling reconciliation "the nuclear option" and then quoting Michelle Malkkkin saying the same thing no longer gives him the jolt it used to:

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It is time to stop this government in its tracks, take it back democratically in the fall, or it then becomes time to bring this government down.

This neophyte, this joke we have in the White House has absolutely no idea of the force and the rage he is about to unleash on him and his entire political party.
In other words (as TwinSwords often points out), for many on the right, if the Republicans don't win the election, it's not a legitimate election, and violence is not only justified, it is required.

(h/t: StrangeAppar8us/Rumproast)

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BTW, Dan Riehl is not just some fringe figure. One measure: he is significant enough a voice to get punditizing slots on teevee.
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Old 03-05-2010, 06:26 AM
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In other words (as TwinSwords often points out), for many on the right, if the Republicans don't win the election, it's not a legitimate election, and violence is not only justified, it is required.
I should have started a thread called "Republicans for Violent Overthrow of the US Government"* back at the beginning of the Tea Party movement, i.e., three weeks after Obama's inauguration when the conservative movement first started fantasizing about the mass murder of Democrats.

I kick myself for letting over a year go by without that thread, where we could have documented for the benefit of the skeptics the fact that a significant minority of Republicans think it is their natural right to win all elections, and when they don't, to resort to extra-constitutional measures.

I suppose better late than never: there is bound to be much more of this kind of talk: fantasizing about mass murder and revolution are endemic to ultraconservatism, and I suspect we are still at the beginning of this current phase of incipient conservative rebellion.

Note that I do expect massive Democratic losses at the polls in November, and that these losses will significantly reduce Republican calls to murder Democrats. As long as Republicans feel victory is within their grasp through the legal framework of our system, they are willing to bide their time and only engage in scattered terrorist attacks, murders, and death threats. But if Obama is reelected or if Democrats were only to lose a few seats this coming November, the calls for violent revolution will escalate sharply, as will the actual acts of Republican terrorism.


* Or just "Republicans for Mass Murder," or "Republicans for Murder of Democrats/Liberals," since that's really what they are fantasizing about; let's cut out the euphemisms and get to the crux of what Riehl and so many other conservatives are hoping for. A call for Revolution, a constant conservative theme since November, 2008, is a call for violent overthrow of the government, which is a call for the murder of Democrats and liberals.

If people find this hard to accept, it's because they aren't exposing themselves to real conservatism. See the latest example for yourself. It's not subtle.

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Default Re: What? Advocating violence again?

Just read the comments on that thread to see how this kind of talk resonates with the tea bagging lunatic base of the Republican Party.

It doesn't just resonate; these people are absolutely itching to get into a shooting war. They hate liberals and want to solve the problem once and for all.

This is just absolutely standard talk on the right and has been since PRIOR to Obama's election. This kind of talk started in earnest the moment it became clear during the summer of 2008 that Obama was going to be elected.
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Default What can Broun do for you?

Keep being a Birther, for one thing.

Yeah, Rep. Paul Broun (R-Georgia). That guy.

Actually, in Broun's case, this arguably represents progress.
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Old 03-05-2010, 06:13 PM
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BTW, Dan Riehl is not just some fringe figure. One measure: he is significant enough a voice to get punditizing slots on teevee.
Another measure of his significance.
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Old 03-08-2010, 07:55 PM
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This coming from Roy Edroso makes it a safe bet the whole thing is great.
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Default Maybe the dumbest conspiracy theory yet

The missile defense logo conspiracy was dumb, and the Interpol conspiracy theory was dumb too, but the plot against fishing has to be the dumbest yet. Since when have fishermen been considered first against the wall when the revolution comes? I bet even North Koreans go fishing.
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The missile defense logo conspiracy was dumb, and the Interpol conspiracy theory was dumb too, but the plot against fishing has to be the dumbest yet. Since when have fishermen been considered first against the wall when the revolution comes? I bet even North Koreans go fishing.
Looks like the wingnuts took the bait!

(Sorry about that.)
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Really, it's like shooting fish in a barrel.
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Old 03-10-2010, 11:42 PM
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Here is your moment of Birther news, stolen from The House of Substance:

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The courtroom proceedings at the Ronald Reagan Federal Building in Santa Ana for Orly Taitz's Barnett v. Obama lawsuit were memorable, partly, because they featured so much bickering between Taitz and her co-counsel Gary Kreep. Kreep and Taitz, who originally joined forces to file the lawsuit on behalf of Alan Keyes and Wiley Drake, accused one another of lying, and begged judge David O. Carter to allow them to proceed in separate lawsuits.

Carter's response was to ask the two to move their chairs closer together.
Priceless.

Whole story from Spencer Kornhaber at the OC Weekly.
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... this link makes you anti-Semitic!!!1!
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Old 03-11-2010, 07:29 PM
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Is RaciSt McCain back with the Moonie Times, or was this just a one-off?

(h/t: LGF)
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