Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Potpourri

Cheating slime master Jesse James, having squandered the extraordinary good fortune of being married to Oscar winning, beautiful, wealthy, and still good people Sandra Bullock, will now reap what he has sewn as she does not hesitate to turn the screws and implement a prenuptial agreement that says he gets zero, zip, nada, should his infidelity destroy the marriage. A certain golfer comes to mind. Wouldn't that have been something?

The AZ righty blogs are curiously disjoint regarding GOP establishment candidates John McCain (Senate) and Jonathan Paton (CD-8). What a shocker that the Click, Diamond, Inc. candidate had 1Q10 fund raising results exceeding half a million dollars. Jesse and Brian get to scratch their heads as the McCain haters swoon over (McCain endorsing) Paton. Jonathan will have the climate and resources to give Congresswoman Giffords the most difficult election of her career. We'll see if he does.

Rodney Glassman has now made his run for the Senate official. Word is that some young and enthusiastic, unidentified Glassman supporters at an undisclosed location were playing beer pong and chanting, "JD! JD!"

Fox Broadcasting has canceled the sitcom "Sons of Tucson" one week after Mayor Walkup gave it the keys to the city. Did anyone besides the Mayor know about this show (pilot)? From Star reporter Brian J. Pederson - No word if the city was going to ask for the key back, or use Rio Nuevo money to change the locks.

Speaking of Rio Nuevo, city council member Steve Kozachik is calling for a freeze on spending for the downtown hotel until the money can be tracked, "Right now, what's being done is irresponsible."

Oh, Steve, no. Really?

No matter who it is, Republicans have agreed that approving Obama's choice for the next Supreme Court Justice will produce an Armageddon that includes the ultimate violation of your mama. Socialists and Hispanics will operate death panels that turn mama into soylent green salami laced with a strain of LSD that makes people join a gay Satanic cult run by Muslims.

Word is that Obama, having learned the GOP MO, has a secret strategy regarding his next Supreme Court nomination, and it involves Kentucky!

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6 Comments:

Blogger The Navigator said...

Quintessential x4mr.

I don't want to admit how many times I have watched the first Rania video. Oh la la.

The hysterical bit about the Supreme Court really nails it. I am amazed more people aren't seeing the insanity for what it is. Of course the Republicans are going to have seizures when Obama nominates someone, no matter who it is.

4/07/2010 7:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Would someone care to explain to me why NetRightNation lists this as a conservative blog in Missouri?

This blog is about Kentucky and Arizona, and it is as conservative as California.

4/07/2010 9:13 AM  
Blogger Sirocco said...

Because things are sooooo liberal in Missouri this blog seems conservative by comparison?

4/07/2010 12:13 PM  
Anonymous Observer said...

Not sure about the cult, but not even LSD laced salami will cause me to go gay.

Of course Glassman would rather face Hayworth. He can practically reuse whatever ads McCain uses in the primary. It will be interesting to see what kind of money Rodney can raise. For Hayworth to unseat McCain and then fall to Glassman would be like the political equivalent of sex.

Did you watch the show at the link you provided? Of course I had never heard of it either. Using an email list I asked around, and out of over 100 people, only one had heard of it.

Out of curiosity I watched the pilot. It is awful, and I don't think it was even shot in Tucson. Apparently they're going to burn off the show in the summer.

4/07/2010 1:21 PM  
Blogger x4mr said...

Nav,
Go to youtube and search for her. You will find some great material. She is a real person, you know. Enjoy.

Anon,
I have no control over how this place gets spidered, processed, and categorized, but you are right that I have no connection with Missouri and while not exactly California, this place is hardly conservative.

Observer,
I can't begin to imagine who is watching Fox broadcasting on a Sunday night. I stopped watching after a few minutes, and yeah, it was horrible.

4/07/2010 9:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nav,
I've watched each of those Rania videos at least 30 times. I watch them over and over because I really like the music :P

4/08/2010 9:42 AM  

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