Saturday, October 31, 2009

The "Odd, isn't it?" Post.

Kind of a weekly summary of posts.

Odd, isn't it; that the managing editor of the local fishwrapper would brag about keeping track of local politicians while ignoring our Cowardman's "shenanigans" with his fake death threat cover for lacking the guts to face his constituency?

Odd, isn't it; that Jon Russell tossed Stacee Sellers under the bus when he bears at least some responsibility for the Washougal City credit card debacle due to his lax oversight?

Odd, isn't it; that Newt Gingrich and the RNC have been beating Doug Hoffman like a drum, only to maneuver to support him after it became clear that Dede was done-done?

Odd, isn't it; Tim "The Liar" Leavitt whines and snivels like a little piggy about Pollard's efforts to link him to Rossi, and then, at the last minute, announces that Rossi has, you guessed it, endorsed him?

Odd, isn't it; that any so-called Republican would ever vote for Tim "The Liar" Leavitt, given that The Liar was an early endorser and supporter of the messiah, the empty-suited, anti-American racist bigot currently occupying the White House?

Odd, isn't it, that the leftists here in Washington State are so upset and whiny that Boeing has started the process of bailing out?

Odd, isn't it, that Tim "The Liar" Leavitt's hispanic vote scam hasn't really done much for him... has it?

Odd, isn't it, that after all these months, that embarrassment of a President decided he needed a photo op saluting our honored dead... an act I effortlessly found to be despicable.

Odd, isn't it, that the NFL has no trouble allowing thugs and law breakers and rap "artists" who denigrate women and advocate drug use to own part of NFL franchises, but not Rush Limbaugh because, well, he's too "divisive?"

Odd, isn't it, that some "Republicans" are complaining about where and how Pollard has been getting his independent expenditure money without a peep about the tens of thousands for Tim "The Liar" Leavitt from a New York City union PAC?

Odd, isn't it, that the positions of so-called "Mainstream Republicans" closely mirror that of democrats, such as their opposition to I-1033 and their support of R-71?

Odd, isn't it that the "No" on I-1033 folks would stop by and "thank" me for my analysis which shows how badly we NEED 1033 to be implemented BEFORE the legislature meets next session to jack our mid-recession taxes up through the roof?

Odd, isn't it, that Ann Donnelly would use her column as cover to do a campaign commercial for Tim "The Liar" Leavitt?

Odd, isn't it, that those opposing I-1033 are reduced to blatant lies and half-truths to make their points.

Odd, isn't it, that the Columbian would use lies as a basis for their endorsement of the "No" side of I-1033, PARTICULARLY since THEY got a huge tax cut from the legislature THIS year... which tends to show the double standard these clowns live by.

Odd, isn't it, that Jon Russell would want to "Restore Trust in Government" when he avoids talking about his political mercenary past.

Odd, isn't it, that Tim "The Liar" Leavitt's campaign is made up of megacasino supporters?

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