IT'S BEEN A BUSY WEEK FOR PRINCESS BARRY O AS HE WENT AROUND TELLING EVERYONE ELSE HOW TO DO THEIR JOBS. BUT, HEY, WE GUESS THE CLAWS COME OUT PERIODICALLY WHEN PRINCESS BARRY O IS FEELING LOW.
AMERICA'S FAVORITE LITTLE BITCH ATTACKED THE SUPREME COURT AND BECAUSE HIS ALLEY CATS HAVE NO MORALS, THEY APPLAUDED IT.
FROM THE SWALLOW AND SMILE TABLE, LITTLE JONATHAN BERNSTEIN HUFFED THAT PRINCESS BARRY O CAN BE AS BITCHY AS HE WANTS AND NO ONE HAS A RIGHT TO RESPOND. MEANWHILE ANDREW COHEN WILL HAVE TROUBLE WORKING HIS MR. CLEAN, DADDY BEAR ACT AT CBS NOW THAT HE'S COME OUT AS A CLEAR PARTISAN AND NOT AN OBJECTIVE LEGAL ADVISOR.
FROM THE TCI WIRE:
I was privileged to present the coordinating committee's draft of the Action Plan to UNAC's national conference in Stamford, Connecticut, this past weekend. "This action plan does not just target some U.S. wars," said the committee's statement. "It does not target the currently unpopular wars. It does not shy away from condemning wars that remain acceptable to half the population because the real reasons for them are obscured in the rhetoric of humanitarian intervention. It does not advocate that we avoid putting U.S. boots on the ground by mounting embargoes that bring economic devastation on the peoples of Iran. It does not condone war by other, more sanitized, means. It does not cheer on wars that minimize U.S. combat deaths by the use of robotic unmanned planes or the highly trained murder squads of the Joint Special Operations Command. It does not see war by mercenary as somehow less threatening to the peoples of the world and the U.S. than war by economic draft. It does not give credit to Washington for removing brigades from one country in order to deploy them in the next."
The document demands an end to "all wars, interventions, targeted assassinations and occupations" and U.S. withdrawal from "NATO and all other interventionist military alliances."
UNAC's reasoning is rooted in the principle that all the world's peoples have the inherent right to self-determination, to pursue their own destinies -- the foundation of relations among peoples, enshrined in international law but daily violated by the United States.
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"6 and 6"
"women are ripped apart for far less"
"Olbermann on Letterman"
"What is NBC's highest rated sitcom?"
"THIS JUST IN! HE'S LOSING SUPPORTERS!"
"The slow drift away from him"