None of the Above

by Mr. Universe

Harry Reid is not a popular guy these days. The economy is really bad. People aren’t spending money to come and blow in Vegas (isn’t that funny; a town that relies on people sacrificing their livelihoods for its livelihood). Nevadans are not happy with Reid. He is tied with quite possibly the most crazy candidate ever in Sharron Angle. Under any other circumstances, Nevadans would parade this tart around at Circus, Circus. She  would be at the Nevada Zoo (if they have one). But no, Sharron Angle is being seriiously considered for the Senate despite her horribly right wing views on abortion and her admonition for armed insurrection if she loses (among other equally offensive things). This just illustrates how much Nevadans are irritated with Reid. I think they would elect a prostitute from the Mustang Ranch before they re-elected Reid. Perhaps they will (Okay, that was tasteless). 


But Nevada is an interesting state. They still caucus. And they have ‘None of the above’ on their ballots. Nevadans can literally vote both Reid and Angle out of the election. It’s doubtful that would happen. But what if it did? What if ‘None of the above’ won? Apparently the Governor gets to decide who to send to the Senate at that point. Nevada’s Governor is Jim Gibbons; himself embroiled in a couple of scandals involving battery and infidelity. He’s also a Republican so we can kind of presume which way that would go.

But it would be interesting if  ‘None of the above’ were elected. How would ‘None of the above’ vote? I’m only guessing but I suspect ‘None of the above’ would caucus with the ‘Party of No’.

We do indeed live in interesting times.


About Mr. Universe

Mr. Universe is a musician/songwriter and an ex-patriot of the south. He currently lives and teaches at a University in the Pacific Northwest. He is a long distance hiker who has hiked the Appalachian Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail. He is also an author and woodworker. An outspoken political voice, he takes a decidedly liberal stance in politics.
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52 Responses to None of the Above

  1. filistro says:

    When you sit in the MacDonald’s in Ely NV (population 4,041) you look through the window at a sign across the street. it is a portable billboard, quite professional looking, that says “DUMP DIRTY HARRY ON NOV. 2.” It’s been there for over a year now… must be costing somebody quite a lot.You can see something similar in most every town in rural NV. They LOATHE the guy.OTOH, NV is quite a cosmopolitan state… and Vegas has become almost European. 100,000 people every day pass through McCarron airport. More than 40 million people a year visit Las Vegas, and they are very conscious of their image on the national and world stage. Many of the movers and shakers in NV are appalled at the thought of being represented nationally by Sharron Angle.I have no idea how this one’s going to go. It’s like a race between Dumb and Dumber. If I had my druthers, I would hope for Angle. Having her more visible can only benefit Dems, because Angle does not do nuance. (If you like Bachmann, you’ll ADORE Angle.) And Harry is good at backroom dealing but not a strong face for the Dems. This is one that will not break my heart either way.

  2. morty says:

    I hate to tell you this but Ms. Angle ain’t the craziest candidate out there. Ms. O’Donnell won the GOP nomination after she accused a 73 year old Congressman of having a homosexual lover hidden away in DC. Pat Toomey is to the RIGHT of Sharon Angle and Marco Rubio is to the right of him. The House GOP caucus has already admitted that they will not lift the debt ceiling after 1/4/11 effectively ensuring a US government sovereign default. And the only thing stopping the GOP from gutting social security and medicare is that spineless wussy in the White House. Goodbye America, we hardly knew ye

  3. shiloh says:

    Pat Toomey is to the RIGHT of Sharon Angle and Marco Rubio is to the right of him.Since about 100% of these teabagger fools have walked back their statements re: SS, taxes, the Constitution, HCR, etc. ie flip/flopping demagogues er clowns … hard to tell who the craziest is, eh.solo estoy diciendoapologies to clowns!

  4. Jean says:

    morty,re: The House GOP caucus has already admitted that they will not lift the debt ceiling after 1/4/11 effectively ensuring a US government sovereign default.We need to make a distinction between what Republican leadership would like to do and what it is possible for them to do given the radical right forces controlling their party. The GOP has been leaderless for some time because it is controlled by a Tea Party movement that brags about its lack of organization and purity to principle (a la Sharron Angle et al), which removes all freedom of maneuver. This is not a new dynamic, but one that students of political and revolutionary movements have remarked on for some time. The Tea Party Republicans are engaged in a holy crusade against what they perceive as tyranny. They want regime change not a national governing agenda, so anything short of full stop confrontation is likely to get the traditional Republican leadership guillotined.

  5. filistro says:

    This one’s for Jean… Is The Religious Right Taking Over The Tea party? “The rising prominence of religious conservatives within the movement, highlighted by recent religious right rhetoric from several prominent figures affiliated with the Tea Party, appears to be driving away libertarians and others. Despite the surge in support from religious conservatives, overall support for the Tea Party is in decline….”

  6. Bart DePalma says:

    Gallup just released their final polling – GOP +15 – the highest GOP result in Gallup’s 70 year history by magnitudes.Under the Abramowitz model, that is a 76 seat pickup.Hell yeah! Its Corona time!

  7. shiloh says:

    Bartles this post is about none of the above as you persist on hyperventilating in every thread …Can you hear me now! as Bart screams above the crowd like a kid w/his hand permanently raised in 3rd grade.apologies to third graders …Bart, are you gonna get any work done the next 2/3 days? besides as Jeffrey would say: Masturbating w/your keyboard.take care

  8. shrinkers says:

    @filistroThat’s a fascinating poll you linked to. The trends don’t look good for the Teapers. Clearly, the more America learns about them, the less America likes them,Maybe we need something like a rally to restore sanity, or something like that?

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  10. GROG says:

    I thought you guys restored sanity in 2006 and 2008. You control the House and the Senate and the White House and you’re still trying to restore sanity? That’s insane.

  11. Mule Rider says:

    “I thought you guys restored sanity in 2006 and 2008. You control the House and the Senate and the White House and you’re still trying to restore sanity?”

    LOL. Good one, GROG.

    You know, these Lalalalalas have been awfully indignant about the singing and complaining from conservatives, the Tea Party crowd, etc., reminding us to mind our Ps and Qs because this was a democratically-elected Administration. I hope they remember that when they wake up Wednesday morning and see how very few of their disgusting pukes were elected the previous day.

    I was thinking about not voting this cycle but you can bet your sweet ass I’ll be there tomorrow, and I’m pretty sure I’m betting a straight R ticket…first time for me to have ever voted Republican.

    What pushed me over the edge to go vote was the insinuation from Whatevs in the previous post that I’m a “privileged white mule”…and moreso that I’m only interested in my own will being imposed in government and not having others listened to. HogMuleRiderwash. That disgusting mushrooms right there is why I’m going to vote, and I’m going to make sure the democratically-elected officials in this area have as few people that sympathize with that arrogance as possible.

  12. shortchain says:

    And there you have it, the defining theme of the Republican voter this cycle: they’re victims, yes VICTIMS!, of those in this country who think that privileged, white assholes don’t deserve to continue to control the media, the courts, the administration, Congress, the state governments, city hall, and dominate the police force.You can see why they’re outraged. Why, they lost a bit of power in 2006 and more in 2008, although, due to the traditions of the Senate, they still managed to block much of the agenda that the “people” (that would be those unlike them) elected their representatives to implement.So now they have to vote for the most repressive, right-wing, jingoistic, and know-nothing candidates they can find, so as to “take America back”.

  13. filistro says:

    Bart… Nate has THIS to say about your wildly over-the-top rantings.Nate’s sanity is always so comforting.”Tuesday’s probably going to be a really good night for Republicans, but we really don’t have a very good idea of exactly how good — it’s probably time to embrace that conclusion. This is a really strange election, or at least one that pollsters are having an awfully difficult time getting a handle on. To claim you can predict Republican gains within a range of 5 or 10 seats isn’t science — it’s superstition.”

  14. Bart DePalma says:

    Nate: “Tuesday’s probably going to be a really good night for Republicans, but we really don’t have a very good idea of exactly how good — it’s probably time to embrace that conclusion. This is a really strange election, or at least one that pollsters are having an awfully difficult time getting a handle on. To claim you can predict Republican gains within a range of 5 or 10 seats isn’t science — it’s superstition.”CYA much? Actually, once we get past the 1994 52 seat gain threshold, it is difficult to determine how many Dem seats this wave sweep away because there is no historical comparison in polling history.Once the GOP runs out of what are considered competitive seats, will the gerrymandered safe seats form a seawall against the wave? Then again, everyone thought the Kennedy seat was safe.On the other hand, could the wave swamp “safe” Dem districts who had no idea it was coming and failed to maintain their electoral sea walls?In any case, I noticed that Nate provided a very handy right hand column of seats in danger if there is a tsunami election on his election night checklist, which BTW is superb.

  15. Mule Rider says:

    “So now they have to vote for the most repressive, right-wing, jingoistic, and know-nothing candidates they can find, so as to “take America back”.”

    Call it what you puppies want, treehugger, but come Wednesday morning, it will be the result of a DEMOCRATICALLY-ELECTED PROCESS. You know, the same silly thing you guys beat over our head at every chance over the past 4 years.

    I’m tired of this unabashed hubris. I’m not trying to “take America back” from anyone. I’m just trying to make a few people SHUT THE FRONT DOOR who’ve gotten the big head with what, and I like Bart’s term for it, has amounted to “elected fascism.”

    Rot in heck you kitties. And if you don’t like it, stinking secede. Heck, maybe we can work towards a mutual secession if enough people will go for it. I’m just tired of sharing a country with uppity, know-it-all, arrogant fishsticks who somehow think I’m the uppity, privileged, arrogant fishstick.

    If my humble beginnings and current life make me a “racist, teabagging, homophobic, mouth-breathing flat earther” then so frogging be it. Sticks and godfearing stones, ladies. But I’m not gonna sit back and be called all that flowers undeservingly without doing what I can to tidy all your worlds all to ice cream.

  16. Mainer says:

    And some of us are still waiting on definitive list of what is now expected in the first weeks of a Republican controlled house. Come Wednesday empty, overly simplistic slogans are not going to cut it. What now will you do or expect to be done that will fix the economy, balance the budget, reduce the deficit, improve health care and sort out our international issues? If you now have the opportunity to take America back just how far back do you envision taking it?

  17. Bart DePalma says:

    Mule:Remember the classic Animal House line: Don’t get mad, get even. We are about to get even. Leave the name calling to folks like shortchain and be gracious like Reagan. We may disagree fundamentally with most of the folks here, but they have to be hurting now that the voters are massively rejecting almost everything they believe in. Take the highroad, be nice and enjoy the election.

  18. filistro says:

    Mainer… What now will you do or expect to be done that will fix the economy, balance the budget, reduce the deficit, improve health care and sort out our international issues? I asked Bart in the thread below what were the 5 things he wanted the Tea Party to accomplish in the next legislative session. Here is his answer:”1) Enact the Pledge legislation requiring congressional enactment of all regulations costing the economy more than $100 million. Do whatever you need to do to get it passed because Obama will attempt to do another end around the voters and their elected representatives in secret through regulations.2) Repeal what they can of Obamacare, defund the rest without exception.3) Use the subpoena to make public NASA and EPA’s documents, models and correspondence on climate change and to haul EPA and NASA officials in front of committees under oath to justify their positions on both climate science and any proposed regulations. Defund all attempts by EPA to regulate CO2.4) Set a series of benchmarks to balance the budget over four years. Refuse to increase the debt limit beyond those benchmarks. Then compromise about what is to be cut in a very open and bipartisan manner in stark contrast to the past four years.5) Offer to work with the President on entitlement reform with one requirement – no new taxes.”

  19. filistro says:

    For those of you who may be wondering (understandably) why Mule Rider is tolerated here… it’s because he’s been around so long that he’s family. He may be a disgusting, self-absorbed, foul-mouthed drama queen… but he’s OUR drama queen. Muley is like your awful great-uncle who you KNOW is going to ruin your nice Thanksgiving dinner and scare the children… but you can’t not invite him. Muley has just been with us too long. He’s one of us…. God help us. Try to ignore him. He’s not always this horrible.

  20. shortchain says:

    Bart,I simply repeated what was in Muley’s comment. I did not indulge in “name calling.”In any case, I didn’t mean to impugn Muley personally. His comment merely reflects what, stripped of its camouflage, much of the right wing verbiage really means. In fact, I give him credit for being honest about it.It’s quite obvious, though, that Muley has a problem with anger management.For the record, Muley, I regard such diatribes as yours and the ones Bart gives us on occasion as an indication that I’ve hit a tender spot, probably somewhere where you don’t want the light of understanding to shine on something you are deeply ashamed of.It’s very telling that you want other people to stop pointing out the flaws in your arguments.

  21. shrinkers says:

    @GROGYou control the House and the Senate and the White House and you’re still trying to restore sanity? What we don’t control, of course, is the batty nutcase far right wing. The people who came out in force to scream lunatic paranoia at the town hall meetings in the summer of 2009. The nuts who talk about rebellion and secession and “second amendment remedies” today. The crazy people who want to repeal the 10th and 14th Amendments, and who like to ignore pieces of the rest of the Bill of Rights. The voices calling for an end to Social Security and Medicare. The off-the-deep-end rhetoric about the PPACA being a “takeover of healthcare.”It is one thing to act sane. It is another to deal with the batshit insanity of others. Ever watch a zombie movie? The Good Guys do their best to keep their heads, and to act in rational ways, even in the face of quite literally mindless attacks.Yes, we brought sanity back. But bringing the zombie right back to sanity is another challenge.

  22. Mule Rider says:

    “It’s very telling that you want other people to stop pointing out the flaws in your arguments.”

    There’s no “flaw” in my argument. I’m just sick and tired of being called things like a “privileged white flowers” who is trying to instill a vision of America where no one has a say except people like me when I had such a humble/poor ubringing – the antithesis of privileged – and am not trying to “take America back” from anybody.

  23. Bart DePalma says:

    shortchain: “So now they have to vote for the most repressive, right-wing, jingoistic, and know-nothing candidates they can find, so as to “take America back”.”shortchain: “I did not indulge in “name calling.”C’mon now…

  24. Mainer says:

    Grog I’m curious about some thing. What event or action from your side would be a bridge too far. I’m talking about tea world here but what might be seen from the rank and file tea to be their side going too far? This is not meant to be snarky or any thing other than trying to define parameters. While I get te feeling from some of them that tearing it all down would be just fine (what I see as the anarchy crowd for want of a better grouping) I do not get that from all so where is the line where the average tea is going to have a bad spell and wish they had tempered some of this? Attacking head on Social Security or Medicare? Cutting off funds for western fire suppression or water projects? Maybe shutting down the TVA or the Army Corps of Engineers? An end to ag subsidies? There has to be a trip wire there some place where it will be seen as out of control, any thoughts on where that might be? Because I have a bad feeling you may get to see it. Now obviously for many of us the trip wire is going to be way short of that mark but as groups always seem to over shoot where is the right wing line or……is there one at all?

  25. shortchain says:

    Bart,It may be pedantic, but I think “name-calling” refers more to calling someone a “poopy-head”, for example.The terms I used are descriptive terms. Adjectives, in other words. Now, they may not be accurate, but I happen to think they are.As I mentioned on the other thread, Muley, I wonder why you think the disparaging term referred to you, personally.Your anger seems a bit amplified.

  26. GROG says:

    @shrinky,Those things that you call batshit crazy are exactly what’s springboarding Republicans back into power tomorrow.And you can thank the batshit crazies on the far left like Pelosi, Reid, Frank, and Rangel who helped since 2006 to bring on the economic disaster.

  27. filistro says:

    @shortchain… Your anger seems a bit “amplified.”LOL. My first chuckle of the day 🙂

  28. shrinkers says:

    @shortchainWhat Bart and Mule are upset about is that you claimed “they have to vote for the most repressive, right-wing, jingoistic, and know-nothing candidates they can find, so as to “take America back”.”In point of fact, they are certain that, if they tried, they can find candidates who are even more repressive, right-wing, jingoistic, and know-nothing. They are insulted that you feel the current crop of repressive, right-wing, jingoistic, and know-nothing candidates are the most extreme that are available.Just wait until 2012.

  29. shrinkers says:

    @GROGThose things that you call batshit crazy are exactly what’s springboarding Republicans back into power tomorrow.I’m aware of that. You point is….?

  30. GROG says:

    My point is that just because you or Filistro or whoever disagrees with something, does not mean it’s “batshit crazy”.

  31. shrinkers says:

    True. The fact that it’s batshit crazy is what makes it batshit crazy.

  32. Bart DePalma says:

    PPP has Rossi up slightly in WA, but more interestingly up by 5 points among the swarm who have already voted.http://publicpolicypolling.blogspot.com/2010/11/rossi-holds-small-lead.htmlIf this is accurate, WA goes red.I have paid the $20 bucks to become a Rasmussen Reports member and get access to their internals.Ras has Munchin up by a couple at 50%, so WV is looking pretty good for the Dems. Apparently, in order to survive the wave, a Dem actually has to shoot Obama legislation on their commercials. This is the Dem version of a “Second Amendment solution.”

  33. filistro says:

    @GROG… My point is that just because you or Filistro or whoever disagrees with something, does not mean it’s “batshit crazy”.Sorry, wrong again, Grog. The fact that I disagree with something ALWAYS means it’s batshit crazy ;-)I look forward to a couple of years of batshit craziness, and the public’s verdict on what THEY find batshit crazy.If normal ordinary Republicans were poised to take power, it might be different. There’s a possibility (okay, it’s pretty remote, but still…) that they might have learned their lesson and would govern soberly and responsibly, and then give the Dems a run for their money in 2012. But we all know that’s not going to happen, don’t we? (In fact, Bart has kindly outlined the Teaper agenda for us.)What’s going to happen is the guanao will fill the Capitol right to the rafters. You won’t be able to move for the stuff… and the acrid stench of guano will waft across the nation from shore to shore.I can hardly wait. They say a “gaffe” in politics is inadvertently saying what you really think. The poor Republicans have built themselves a gigiantic, hydra-headed, walking, talking gaffe machine, and are about to set it free to do its thing. After decades of mealy-mouthed dog whistle messaging and wink-wink tap-dancing, we are about to learn what teh GOP REALLY THINKS… about race relations, poverty, social safety net, taxes, the middle calss, outsourcing, women’s rights, reproductive rights, religion in politics and whole host of other issues.Wanna take bets on how much the public is going to like what they are about to find out?

  34. Mr. Universe says:

    I gave Mule some editing help. It’s interesting being able to play internet God,

  35. Mr. Universe says:

    Bat guano is really, really good stuff for gardening. Just sayin’

  36. GROG says:

    @fifi,we are about to learn what teh GOP REALLY THINKS… about race relations, poverty, social safety net, taxes, the middle calss, outsourcing, women’s rights, reproductive rights, religion in politics and whole host of other issues.Wanna take bets on how much the public is going to like what they are about to find out?Well, the public has found out about the Dems the past 4 years. And they’re going to go to the polls and let their feelings be known tomorrow.

  37. Mule Rider says:

    I saw that Mr. U! Got a good laugh…I had to stop and ask myself when I re-read it, “Did I really say flowers?”

  38. Bart DePalma says:

    Fili:”Wanna take bets on how much the public is going to like what they are about to find out?”The Dems have been running ads 24/7 taking every “gaffe” to date and twisting them out of all recognition and it appears that every Tea Party candidate will win tomorrow except perhaps for the Delaware witch.It cannot get much worse after the election, although I am sure the establishment of both parties will do their best.

  39. filistro says:

    Bart… over-the-top statements on the election trail hardly have the same resonance as votes on legislation… or things said in speeches on the floor of the House.Meanwhile, just when Freepers should be rejoicing over their excellent election prospects, they are instead all savagely at each other’s throats over whether “establishment Republicans” are dissing Sarah Palin and trying to sabotage her presidential run.LET THE MAD RUMPUS BEGIN!LOLOL….

  40. Mainer says:

    No Grog all the public knows is what the Republican propaganda machine says the Democrats are. What you are now going to face is a time period where your stuff is going to have to stand on hind legs that just are not there…if you think there have been some disalusioned people with the Democrats well stand by for news for you ain’t seen nothing yet. The old traveling snake oil salesmen were always smart to get out of town quickly…….your crowd is about to stick around and try to explain why the magic elixer didn’t does not bring back utopia. If you sell Utopia you had best supply Utopia and within a very short time period. Expectations guys expectations…..you have sold that which you can not produce……the Democrats can’t even help you if the wanted to……you sold some thing that isn’t and now you either have to make it work quickly or suffer the consequences. You think an enraged mob is going to listen to reason? You made this bed now (politicaly speaking) die in it. Its your mob deal with it.

  41. Jean says:

    I enjoyed Mule’s comments:”Call it what you puppies want, treehugger, but come Wednesday morning”and “Rot in heck you kitties.”

  42. filistro says:

    @LOL Jean.. My fave was “Rot in heck you kitties.”I just LOVED that one 🙂

  43. Mr. Universe says:

    I’m having more fun than should be allowed. Seriously.

  44. filistro says:

    Can somebody explain to me (I think shortchain tried but it went over my head and now I can’t find it…) How can a 70-seat wave in the House not also wash away the Senate? I’m not buying it.If we believe in the 70-seat wave, I think we have to brace for loss of the Senate.If we believe (as everybody says) the Senate is safe… then there will be no massive wave hitting the House. Thoughts?

  45. filistro says:

    Hey guys… any suggestions for potential replacements for Muley’s more egregious curses?I think every foul epithet he writes should be replaced with the words “smart Democrats”.The verbs should be replaced with “allowed to govern.”Sentences that are completely foul should be replaced with “Democrats are better than Republicans.”So, “I hope you ***&&^%())$$$ will all (&&^%##$$@@@ () ^^&^%$. ” **^^ %%%@@ @###___0!” Becomes:“I hope you smart Democrats will allbe allowed to govern. Democrats are better than Republicans.”😉

  46. GROG says:

    @Mainer,If you switched the words Democrat and Republican above, that would be exactly what the right was saying 2 years ago.

  47. Bart DePalma says:

    filistro wrote: “If we believe (as everybody says) the Senate is safe… then there will be no massive wave hitting the House.”This is Professor Abramowitz’ excuse for not using the Gallup GOP+15 in his model this year, although he cannot explain how the Gallup model upon which he relied in 2006 and 2008 has changed.Ths GOP’s problem is that there just are not many Dem pickups available and four of them are in reliably blue states – CA, WA, IL and DE. It will take a massive wave to run the table and take half of the blue states – IL and WA would be my guess.However, no one saw Christine O’Donnell taking the GOP nomination comfortably. Watch out for the upsets.

  48. shiloh says:

    @BartlesCYA much?~~~~~Interesting since Bart has been nothing but covering his ass! since day 1 at 538 ~ Hoffman will win NY-23 going away and the nation will go viral notwithstanding.I have paid the $20 bucks to become a Rasmussen Reports member and get access to their internals.~~~~~Bart is such a winger troll lemming that it’s kinda cute! 😉@Mr. UIt’s interesting being able to play internet God~~~~~Indeed as Mr. U is quite the frickin’ hypocrite, eh w/his selective censorship …apologies to god as at least god is/was somewhat consistent!’nuf said!We now return you to peeps commenting on Mule Rider acting like a little kid, as per usual er pandering lol.Freedom of speech can be a wonderful concept … or not.>>>hmm, will someone er Big Brother edit er censor this post as the suspense is overwhelming! ;)btw, could have copy/pasted MR’s entire Fuck filled personal attack on me, but that would have been a tad over the top, much like said MR’s childish post.take care, blessings

  49. shortchain says:

    The reason the House can swing wildly is basically because both parties have gerrymandered the hell out of the districts, creating a huge preponderance of districts favoring incumbency, but largely favoring the GOP. Now, in spite of that, they lost the House in 2006 and 2008 because of a tsunami, but the thing about tsunamis is that they come up and then they go back, leaving detritus in their wake.So now the House will lose a bunch of the seats won on the crest of that wave. But the Senate is immune to redistricting and cannot be gerrymandered, and also, as Bart says, there just aren’t that many Democratic seats in the Senate up for re-election this time (these would have been seats last fought in 2004, where the GOP still had their “national security” cachet intact).So even if you think the House will go GOP big-time (which, please note, is still a low-probability event), that doesn’t carry over to the Senate.Bart seems not to understand the difference between state-wide elections for Senator and low-turnout primaries, where a fluke candidate can get the chance to lose in November.

  50. Mr. Universe says:

    I don’t discriminate, shiloh. I will treat anyone acting like an *flower* equally if they appear to be bringing partisan fights that have nothing to do with the site to the table.That includes you. Capice?

  51. shiloh says:

    Again Mr. U we’ll just have to agree to disagree as unlike Bart, won’t waste time beating a dead horse …

  52. shiloh says:

    Let me rephrase:as unlike Bart, won’t waste time beating a dead horse w/the owner er god of this political blog.

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