Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Unraveling Dick

AAW will remain AAJ for the remainder of The Drams tour. Yes, they are that freakin' good!

Let's do a 'good guys/bad guys' post today, shall we?

We are such good guys here in San Francisco that we enable those with physical disablilities to be anything they want in life. Even if they want to be bad guys.

Paraplegic S.F. man convicted in robberies:
"A San Francisco man who is paraplegic was convicted Friday of two counts of robbery and one count of attempted robbery in connection with thefts he conducted from the seat of his Chevy Blazer in the Richmond District over a two-month period in 2005."

Such a fucking bad guy douche. Can we impeach Putzy McPreznit yet?

Bush signs landmark executive order increasing power over federal agencies:
"President George W. Bush has given his administration a boost in how the government regulates key issues such as civil rights and the environment, RAW STORY has learned The New York Times will report on its Tuesday front page.

Such a good guy Nancy is. Smart, too. This is where the Democrats have a huge advantage and it is only going to become a larger force in 2008.

Pelosi reaches out to blogging community:
"Schooled by evidence of what Internet-driven politics can accomplish — from fueling Howard Dean's presidential campaign in 2004 to propelling Ned Lamont to victory over Joseph Lieberman (news, bio, voting record) in Connecticut's Democratic Senate primary last year — Pelosi and other politicians have realized bloggers are too important to ignore.

'They've gone from an initial writing blogs off, then moving to skepticism, then moving to, 'OK, maybe we can find a way of working with these guys,'' said John Aravosis, who runs Americablog.com.

'It's a power base and it's influential and it's an opportunity. And you know what? It exists,' Aravosis added.

'It should only scare you if you're on their bad side.'"

Two very bad guys.

The Unraveling of Dick
While Dick Cheney undoubtedly remains the most powerful vice president this nation has ever seen, it's becoming increasingly unclear whether anyone outside the White House believes a word he says"
Straight talk my ass

The REAL McCain


Such good guys. We've got one of the best PBS's in the country. This is going to be awesome:

"The weekly television series is notable not only for being one of the most expensive locally produced enterprises in the station's history ($7.7 million for three years), but also for being one of its most ambitious. 'Quest' is such a forward-thinking new media production -- with original radio, TV and online content -- that its creators say 'Quest's' Web site, not its TV show, is the hub of this edu-tainment extravaganza."

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