February 28, 2008

Black Superdelegates Harassed
— Gabriel Malor

Via Hot Air headlines, the Democratic race war continues. Some Obama supporters are not too keen for black superdelegates who have announced support for Clinton:

“African-American superdelegates are being targeted, harassed and threatened,” said Rep. Emanuel Cleaver II (D-Mo.), a superdelegate who has supported Clinton since August. Cleaver said black superdelegates are receiving “nasty letters, phone calls, threats they’ll get an opponent, being called an Uncle Tom.

“This is the politics of the 1950s,” he complained. “A lot of members are experiencing a lot of ugly stuff. They’re not going to talk about it, but it’s happening.”

People calling "Uncle Tom"? Democrats? I find that hard to believe.

Posted by: Gabriel Malor at 08:02 PM | Comments (74)
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1 Summer should be bunches of fun at this rate.

Posted by: mbruce at February 28, 2008 08:05 PM (CxNJy)

2

It is my fervent hope that Hillary will stay in all the way to the convention. That alone will bring out the conspiracy theorists.

tmi3rd

Posted by: tmi3rd at February 28, 2008 08:12 PM (YU6jA)

3 Like I said in that other thread: Methinks the racism is mostly on the Democratic side, these days. Was I right or was I right?

And Cleaver's a decent fellow.

Posted by: Nice Deb at February 28, 2008 08:19 PM (jzAkt)

4 Damn it all to hell, now I have to go stock up on popcorn again. 

Posted by: alexthechick at February 28, 2008 08:19 PM (HZCRa)

5 Yeah, tmi34d, as much as I have predicted that she'll be out next week, it's completely possible that she'll hang on until the convention and take her bows there. I think that's good for our side.

alexthechick, it's the most expensive, most spectacular, and most important reality television program ever conceived of. Ya gotta be ready for this stuff.

Posted by: Gabriel at February 28, 2008 08:23 PM (1Ug6U)

6

Gabe, just to move the discussion along a bit, if she stays in, does she continue to take shots at Obama? I'm thinking that she'd scorch the earth for him... y'know, the "if I can't be president, nobody can" mentality?

tmi3rd

Posted by: tmi3rd at February 28, 2008 08:32 PM (YU6jA)

7 Of course she does. If you're in a mudfight with one other and you don't throw back, when it's over you'll be the only person with mud on ya.

Part of what we're seeing is that it is not Mark Penn's or Maggie Williams' job to worry about Clinton's future in politics or the future of the Democratic Party. They were hired to do one thing: make Clinton president. And I expect that they will burn the party to the ground to achieve that objective, the whole time saying, "I'm just doing my job, ma'am."

If Clinton had more of a hand in her campaign decisions, I suspect there would be a much greater check on the more destructive impulses of her staffers. But it appears that she long ago ceded control to her "specialist," Penn.

Posted by: Gabriel at February 28, 2008 08:41 PM (1Ug6U)

8 Obama-selected, not elected!

Posted by: hutch1200 at February 28, 2008 09:14 PM (vo4gH)

9 BREAKING NEWS!

HUFFINGTON POST BREAKS THE MEDIA EMBARGO THAT PRINCE HARRY IS IN AFGHANISTAN!

REPUBLICANS OUTRAGED FOR LIBERAL MEDIA PUTTING SOLDIERS IN HARMS WAY! "WHY DOES THE LEFT WING HATE AMERICA SO MUCH?!," WRITES ACE-HQ.

Oops. Sorry, it was Drudge, not HuffPo.

Kind of explains why we don't hear a f'ing thing from the wingnuts...

Posted by: Jason at February 28, 2008 10:34 PM (xJbqA)

10 Or maybe,as Americans, we just dont give a fuck aboot the royals. Just a wild guess based on two wars there

Posted by: HowardDevore at February 28, 2008 11:03 PM (GBnca)

11 OH YEAH JASON! HotAir didn't say one fucking thing about it did they?! Bitchass.

Posted by: Conservative Gunman at February 28, 2008 11:07 PM (tN7sY)

12
“nasty letters, phone calls, threats they’ll get an opponent, being called an Uncle Tom.


They need to grow a pair. This is politics as usual.

Posted by: Rinnie at February 28, 2008 11:36 PM (Qkhoc)

13 Sorry, I wasn't aware that America had a prince. Or media embargoes...at least not when a Republican is president (think Newsweek killing the Lewinsky story ten years ago for a start). Plus BBC reported months ago that the kid was off to Afghanistan. He joins a rich tradition of Brits in that place, and better yet a rich tradition of those who would rule ( or reign in this case ) first serving. For example, how the GOP nominee this year was being tortured by the enemy while the Dem nominee was smoking pot (not that there is anything wrong with that) in Hawaii.

But yeah, how does it feel being completely stupid?

Posted by: Britt at February 29, 2008 12:03 AM (1jt+u)

14 BRING ON THE DOUBLE STANDARD.  YEAH, BABY, YEAH!

Posted by: Jason at February 29, 2008 12:30 AM (zhWZ9)

15 *sigh*

I'll spell it out Jason: Prince Harry is English, not American. So our little tantrum is worthless. More importantly, there is this

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,280112,00.html

Yeah, the story is really eight months old. So your whole point is essentially meaningless. But I would expect no less from the Left.

Posted by: Britt at February 29, 2008 12:51 AM (1jt+u)

16 TYPING IN CAPS! IT'S FOR WINNERS!

Posted by: AD at February 29, 2008 12:58 AM (vYzH/)

17 Hey Jason, whynchoo take this opportunity to state in your own words what you think the single standard should be, for press coverage of these two supposedly-related issues, then point out how this single standard of yours is being violated by these evil wingnuts?  And make sure we know it's you BY SHOUTING IN ALL-CAPS, just so your kneejerk leftist retard drivel insightful and provocative analysis isn't lost in the shuffle.  That's a good chap.

Posted by: Stoop Davy Dave at February 29, 2008 02:08 AM (Bqnld)

18 Race loyalty is alive and well...for blacks. Whites?..not so much.

Posted by: ricpic at February 29, 2008 02:37 AM (o03rx)

19

Ah, identity politics ...

 

Reminds me of when an aide to the then-Mayor of DC started a brouhaha by decrying Congress for their "niggardly" funding of a Distict of Columbia government program. 

 

Of course, niggardly has a completely different etymology from the N-word, but that didn't stop the usual suspects from baying for his head on a platter, and it was given to them.

 

Except the fellow in question was gay, and so the Dupont Circle crowd howled for appeasement.  It went downhill from there. 

 

As Malor points out, it is highly entertaining reality that leaves reality TV looking pale and wanting. 

Posted by: Stephen at February 29, 2008 02:42 AM (t6i5I)

20 AH, THE TIME-HONORED TACTIC OF DISTORTING THE TRUTH (AND BADLY, I MIGHT ADD...) IN ORDER TO MAKE THE ARGUMENT.

TRUTH IS, THERE WAS SPECULATION HE MIGHT GO.  THE FACT THAT HE HAD ACTUALLY DEPLOYED WAS KEPT SECRET.

BUT OF COURSE I MUST BE MISTAKEN...  BECAUSE IF ONE OF BUSH'S DAUGHTERS WAS ENLISTED IN IRAQ AND THAT FACT WAS KEPT SECRET, AND THE UK GUARDIAN BROKE THE STORY, I'M ***SURE*** EVERYONE HERE WOULD SAY "HEY, THEY'RE A SOVEREIGN COUNTRY WITH THEIR OWN RULES!  NOT A BIG DEAL!"

HOW SILLY OF ME!

*SIGH.  EASIER THAN SHOOTING FISH IN A BARREL...

Posted by: Jason at February 29, 2008 02:42 AM (zhWZ9)

21 AH, THE TIME-HONORED TACTIC OF DISTORTING THE TRUTH

Ah, the time-honored tactic of switching the topic from something uncomfortable for you to something completely unrelated to this thread.

Posted by: AD at February 29, 2008 02:48 AM (vYzH/)

22
THE FACT THAT HE HAD ACTUALLY DEPLOYED WAS KEPT SECRET.

Kept secret only from you. And knock off the caps, you immature twit.

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 02:49 AM (Qkhoc)

23 And knock off the caps, you immature twit.

I actually like it, it adds for effect.  More importantly, it's a warning sign not to take anything he says too seriously and waste time attempting a serious discussion.

Posted by: AD at February 29, 2008 02:55 AM (vYzH/)

24 I JUST ENJOY POINTING OUT HOW WINGNUTS CAN GET SO WRAPPED UP IN THEIR OWN HATE POLITICS THAT THEY COULDN'T SPOT A DOUBLE-STANDARD IF IT SAT ON THEIR FACE AND POOPED DOWN THEIR WINDPIPE.

IF HUFFPO HAD DONE THIS, THE WINGERS WOULD BE WHIPPING THEMSELVES INTO A FROTH, SCREAMING FROM THE RAFTERS, "WHY DO THEY HATE AMERICA SO MUCH!?"

BUT ALL I HEAR ARE CRICKETS.  FUNNY HOW THAT WORKS...

Posted by: Jason at February 29, 2008 03:01 AM (zhWZ9)

25 Give Jason a break. It's not easy surfing the web with a KSR-33.


Posted by: lmg at February 29, 2008 03:05 AM (cHcxA)

26 BUT ALL I HEAR ARE CRICKETS.

Yeah such as

http://hotair.com/archives/2008/02/28/harry-goes-to-war/#comments

Drudge is a douche bag for terrorists. What part of we - America, Britain, France, Canada, Australia and the rest of the lot are in this together in Afghanistan?

What part of our bravest and most able are over there to protect us and our rights?!?

What part of this is a moral & just war between tolitarians (Taliban) and (mostly) libertarians (US)?!? A war that started in 1993 with the first bombing of the World Trade Center and accelerated after the murder of 2,997 people on 9/11, 52 people on 7/7 and 32 people on 4/16?!?

Frankly, we Yanks take our coalitions for granted. Try telling that to some of these guys. Or Prince Harry.

Oh and Drudge, thanks so much you dishonorable (expletive). You have no honor whatsoever. Unlike you, I have secrets that happened to get into my hands by loose lips and if made public could prompt terrorists to kill thousands of my fellow citizens - and I’m taking them to my grave. You and your fellow leakers are just as patriotic as Huffington Post & Daily Kos commentators - you just want freedom to play with with none of the responsibility.

As I am want to believe, liberty is a codeword for responsibility. Get with the program!

Posted by: AD at February 29, 2008 03:07 AM (vYzH/)

27 I was pretty surprised Drudge would do such a bone-head thing. 

But, good for Harry.  His actions reflect well on the British.

Posted by: Carin at February 29, 2008 03:45 AM (eAUyf)

28 "while the Dem nominee was smoking pot (not that there is anything wrong with that) in Hawaii" Precocious little 8 year old, wasn't he?

Posted by: notropis at February 29, 2008 03:59 AM (cgd82)

29

I had a dream about Barack Obama. I was watching Obama give a speech. It felt so good, so hypnotic. He was so beautiful and he spoke like an angel. I remember wondering if I was actually floating in the middle of the air. Have you ever had one of those dreams where you are having a conversation of such surpassing brilliance and insight that you want to remember every single speck of memory from the dream so you can write it down when you do actually wake up? This was one of those dreams. Every idea, every word, every phrase, every syllable that came out of his mouth was so perfect, so absolutely appropriate and energizing, that I knew I was giggling and couldn’t help it. I was surrounded by thousands who were, like me, giggling, half-floating, transfixed by the wise one, Obama. When the speech was over everyone in the dream clapped and we all tossed our shouts of approval at the great man, like so much confetti at a ticker-tape-parade for returning war heroes. Obama smiled his wide smile and waved his kindly hand at us in a gesture of heart-felt affection, then left the stage. In my dream as I tried to write down the gist of his speech I couldn’t remember what he said. It was something like “Change, blah blah blah,” and “Yes we can, blah blah blah,” and “Not red states and blue states, but United States, blah blah blah.” Everything kind of floated away, all airy and insubstantial as is the way of all dreams. Then I dreamed that I had to use the restroom. I woke up.

When I woke up, I was sitting in my armchair watching the end of an Obama speech on TV. I wasn’t asleep. And I hadn’t been dreaming.

As I went to the restroom I still couldn’t remember what Obama had said. The rhetorical brilliance and insight, blah blah blah, disappeared with the last shreds of the dream that wasn’t a dream and then the hypnotic afterglow was flushed away to be gone forever.

Posted by: Wolf Pangloss at February 29, 2008 04:14 AM (Mq/Vg)

30 "JUST ENJOY POINTING OUT HOW WINGNUTS CAN GET SO WRAPPED UP IN THEIR OWN HATE POLITICS"

Actually you must've missed the entire point of this thread.  We're getting wrapped up in -your- hate politics.  It's not "our politics" calling people Uncle Toms.

"IF HUFFPO HAD DONE THIS, THE WINGERS WOULD BE WHIPPING THEMSELVES INTO A FROTH, SCREAMING FROM THE RAFTERS, "WHY DO THEY HATE AMERICA SO MUCH!?""

Uh, no.  We might wonder why they hate Great Britain so much, but not really seeing what America has to do with it.  Though we do realize you all pretty much hate Western Civilization altogether, America just usually gets special attention for being on top of it.  So it's not really a surprise.

And actually, no we wouldn't anyway.  You might think it was "speculation" that Prince Harry was over there and not reported as fact, but that's not how I recall it.  If you'd asked me prior to reading this, "Is Harry 'over there'?" I would've said yes, read about it a few months ago.

That said, I really don't think it's a big deal if they're saying "Prince Harry is in Afghanistan".  That doesn't narrow it down all that much.  If they're giving more information than that, like where to actually find him and whatnot, then yeah, that sucks and shame on Drudge for doing it.  That's not the impression I'm getting though, it sounds to me like they just said he's in Afghanistan and what he -had- been doing.  Not -that- big a deal.  I don't see how it really endangers him.  Giving away actual current troop movements is something else - has that been done here?

Qwinn

Posted by: Qwinn at February 29, 2008 04:20 AM (MN787)

31

Hey Tom, you don't have to fall in Love, just fall in line.

Both parties now.  Gotta love it.

 

Posted by: Mephitis at February 29, 2008 04:41 AM (kPplZ)

32 This Democratic primary has been awesome. Here in Texas, Obama is spamming TV and radio with his "Change is Hope, Hope is Change" garbage, and he has zero chance of winning Texas in November.

I'll need some gourmet toppings for my popcorn.

Posted by: Stormy70 at February 29, 2008 04:46 AM (Y+o71)

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 05:10 AM (Qkhoc)

34 Was Jason the guy who used to post drunk all the time?
It may have been me, but I'm not sure.

Posted by: Tom M at February 29, 2008 05:12 AM (d6bNm)

35
Was Jason the guy who used to post drunk all the time?

No.  Apparently, he has the hots for geezers.


Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 05:26 AM (Qkhoc)

36

Sorry, Gabe, but my attention was diverted by the item in the sidebar about Ali Lohan (Lindsay's younger sis).

The 14-year-old has her sights set on Hollywood, paving her way toward a singing and acting career and may even try her hand at fashion designing, saying she wants to accomplish these things "really bad, so bad. So bad you don't even know."

Trust me, Ali, we KNOW.  And we can't f'ing wait.

 

Posted by: Dogstar at February 29, 2008 05:27 AM (FgxdU)

37

I have a British friend who is absolutely pissed at Drudge for breaking the story and I feel the same way.  There was a gentleman's agreement to hold the story and publish it only after he returned from his tour.  CNN and other US news agencies agreed to it, in return for interview access and whatnot, so kudos to them for extending that courtesy.

I think Drudge fcuked up.  He did it to get another world exclusive.

There was no reason to break it now, in the middle of his tour of breaking Taliban bitches, other than to score the first headline.  So yeah, this is one wingnut saying Drudge acted like a fcuknugget for doing that. 

Posted by: EC at February 29, 2008 05:36 AM (mAhn3)

38 No.  Apparently, he has the hots for geezers.

Wow, that blond chick is kind of hot, in a flat-chested Renee Zellweger sort of way.

Posted by: V the K at February 29, 2008 05:37 AM (PLvLS)

39
Is it just me or do we really need another bimbo/crackhead/anorexicbobblehead/rehabbound/flasher/psychotic/skank? 

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 05:40 AM (Qkhoc)

40
There was no reason to break it now, in the middle of his tour of breaking Taliban bitches, other than to score the first headline. 


Though I don't agree with what he did, I heard on the news that Andy was due to come home in April. So, I wouldn't call it "the middle of his tour." Also, anybody who thought about it for two seconds knew he was in Afghanistan. The taliban had to know, too.

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 05:43 AM (Qkhoc)

41

I JUST WANT YOU ALL TO KNOW THAT I APPRECIATE THE ATTENTION YOUR GIVING ME BECAUSE MY MOTHER LEFT WHEN I WAS 2 AND THEY TOOK ME AWAY FROM MY FATHER WHEN THEY CAUGHT HIM TOUCHING ME.

THE PEOPLE WHO GIVE ME MY MEDS ONLY LET ME ACCESS THE COMPUTER FOR 5 MINUTES A DAY AND THIS IS THE ONLY TIME I GET TO TALK TO ANYBODY.

Posted by: Jayson at February 29, 2008 05:43 AM (m6c4H)

42

Another point:

 

Ask yourself if someone like Michael Yon would do something like this.  Answer:  no frickin way!  People like him understand the concept of op-sec, and if you don't observe it, people die.

Posted by: EC at February 29, 2008 05:44 AM (mAhn3)

43
Wow, that blond chick is kind of hot, in a flat-chested Renee Zellweger sort of way.


Hmmm . . . do I detect a bromance?

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 05:45 AM (Qkhoc)

44

The taliban had to know, too.

I'm sure they had some idea, but thanks to Drudge they now know pretty much what unit and general area he's in.

Posted by: EC at February 29, 2008 05:46 AM (mAhn3)

45 I agree with EC.  Drudge doing that just doesn't sit right with me.  However, it's done & I can't complain about the barrage of Harry in uniform pics being posted everywhere.  Dear Lord is he cute!

Posted by: Joanie at February 29, 2008 05:51 AM (Z9tCp)

46 Rinnie, that blond chick's blog is hysterical. Have you read the archives?

"Isreal (sic) destroys Lebanon while my job wrecks my life!"

Did any of you know Wal-Mart considers full-time employment to be somewhere around 34 hours?


So does France, dumbass.

"Three of my friends died through suicide, one of them was my lover, and I cannot understand it."

I think I do.

Posted by: V the K at February 29, 2008 05:51 AM (PLvLS)

47 Is it just me or do we really need another bimbo/crackhead/anorexicbobblehead/rehabbound/flasher/psychotic/skank? Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 10:40 AM (Qkhoc) It's not just you. And the pic attached to the story is so sad....both girls look about 10 years older than they really are.

Posted by: funky chicken at February 29, 2008 05:56 AM (I+jPP)

48 Wasn't ivyleaguedropout the guy-ette that flounced around the comments threatening to commit suicide a while back?

Oh, and Drudge is a douche for this story, but I suspect HE's a major drama queen, too; this gets him back in the slimelight again.

Posted by: Sort-of-Mad Max at February 29, 2008 05:57 AM (kKgTD)

49 Drudge is a major league douchebag who rode the stain on Monica's dress to GOP stardom. I've never been a fan.

Posted by: funky chicken at February 29, 2008 05:58 AM (I+jPP)

50 Rep. Cleaver is a good guy. Liberal democrat, sure. Reverand, sure (but I think a real reverand, not the Al Sharpton diploma mill kind). Claire McCaskill is another democrat from Kansas City who has done well in the Senate. Makes me sorta proud to be from there.....even the prominent democrats are sane.

Posted by: funky chicken at February 29, 2008 06:01 AM (I+jPP)

51
It's not just you. And the pic attached to the story is so sad....both girls look about 10 years older than they really are.


The LA chief of police took some heat the other day for stating that he is sick of these bimbos tying up his police force with their escapades and they need to stay the fuck home.  (Okay, okay ... he didn't use the word fuck. But, he thought it.)

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 06:02 AM (Qkhoc)

52
Oh, I got my princes mixed up. It's Harry not Andy that is in Afghanistan.  Anyway, Joanie, he is a "Ginger" (yes, those are scare quotes). How he keeps from burning to a crisp beats me.

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 06:11 AM (Qkhoc)

53 Rinnie, I too am a "Ginger".  Although, I prefer "strawberry blonde", since the term "Ginger" tends to give people the heebie-jeebies and my hair isn't all that red.  SPF is my friend, I'm sure Harry's heard of it too.

Posted by: Joanie at February 29, 2008 06:16 AM (Z9tCp)

54
Just for you, Joanie:  Link

I would note that he has a hell of a lot of hair while is brother is noticeable bald on top.

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 06:22 AM (Qkhoc)

55 Thanks, Rinnie.  I think he's much better looking than his brother, pigmentally-challenged skin and all.

Posted by: Joanie at February 29, 2008 06:35 AM (Z9tCp)

56

An Australian mag broke the Prince Harry story, then a German publication picked it up; Drudge was 3rd, the story already being out there.

Still sucks.

Good on Harry for serving.

Posted by: Barry in CO at February 29, 2008 06:40 AM (KOkrW)

57 Uncle Tom?  Is that what you say to "Tom" after he has had his way with you?  Ask Hillary.

Posted by: Kempermanx at February 29, 2008 06:42 AM (qvT/A)

58
Harry was there for 10 weeks and do to come home in April. So, do the brits have 4 month deployments?

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 06:45 AM (Qkhoc)

59 Boo. Frickin. Hoo.

Posted by: km at February 29, 2008 06:48 AM (mrk0R)

60

I hope everyone is ready for the soon to start Democratic pretzel twist, where Democrat Primary voters are criticized by the Media for noticing that Obama is Black, and Republican General election voters are criticized for not noticing enough.

I love the hypocrisy of it all.

 

Posted by: TBRSteve at February 29, 2008 06:56 AM (bt3om)

61 No doubt Harry's the better looking of the two boys. The older one is metrosexual effeminate kinda. NTTIAWWT, of course, but in a heterosexual guy?

Posted by: funky chicken at February 29, 2008 07:30 AM (I+jPP)

62 funky, it's funny. Last year my roommate (a chick) turned to me and said, "When did Harry become the good-looking one." I told her that it was the uniform.

Posted by: Gabriel at February 29, 2008 07:34 AM (x9qY0)

63
We start with superdelegates and then wind up with how hot is Harry.

Posted by: Rinnie at February 29, 2008 07:49 AM (zo22j)

64

We start with superdelegates and then wind up with how hot is Harry.

I blame the fish-torturing, caps-abusing, countryman-hating, no-no friction-burning Jayson.

Posted by: bonhomme at February 29, 2008 08:33 AM (pKBEW)

65

It's all part of the magic and mystery that is ... AoShq

Posted by: Stephen at February 29, 2008 08:33 AM (t6i5I)

66

We start with superdelegates and then wind up with how hot is Harry.

Mrs 928 commented on how handsome Harry was this morning, after seeing him on the news, uniformed and dirty.  Must be a chick thing.

Posted by: toby928 at February 29, 2008 08:43 AM (evdj2)

67

HuminaHuminaHumina...

Posted by: Joanie at February 29, 2008 09:15 AM (Z9tCp)

68 I still argue that the stories from June 07 let the cat out of the bag. It said that Prince Harry's unit, the Blues and Royals IIRC was deploying. I'm sorry, but op sec was blown eight months ago. You know, if Air Force One is flying overhead, you assume the President is riding on it. Same thing with the Prince's unit, in my opinion. I don't think you can really blame Drudge, to be honest. But that's just my take on it.

Posted by: Britt at February 29, 2008 10:17 AM (1jt+u)

69 Hearsay evidence but I wouldn't be surprised at all.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor at February 29, 2008 10:18 AM (3+3kx)

70 This is the politics of the 1950s

This is democrat politics ever since there's been democrats.  I grew up in the shadow of the Corning machine in Albany.  Anyone who didn't vote the "right way" never got a building permit, was constantly visited by code enforcement looking for a single chip of peeling paint somewhere, and never had their street plowed in the winter.

It still works the same way today in Albany.

Posted by: Purple Avenger at February 29, 2008 11:03 AM (5hXBq)

71

I saw an interesting take on the Drudge deal, I forget where.  

The story was out, the British might have missed it because it was in some obscure papers, but some terrorists might have noticed it so his cover could have been blown without the Brits knowing.

So Drudge actually performed a valuable service.

That's interesting, I don't know if I agree, but I see the merits.

 

Oh, and PA, I have a friend in Albany who, every two years in December and January, starts getting mail for the previous owner of his house. That owner is, you guessed it, dead.

Posted by: Veeshir at February 29, 2008 11:44 AM (zXUuJ)

72 So what you're saying is that ever November come an election year, this guy votes, goes on the voter rolls, and thus junk mail rolls.... while dead.

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