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August 26, 2009

Dead in the Water

18 comments:

Ron Russell said...

The "Liberal Lion of the Senate" is being remembered by the MSM while the "Pussy of Chappaquiddick" has all but disappeared----this case of "Water Boarding" goes unreported!

Anonymous said...

I haven't ever seen you without your suit on. Very nice work. You could make this blog famous, or infamous. As a loyal subject, I am going to have to report you. But it's for your own good.

chupacabra said...

Apropos- a word we get to use more often when we check out your blog.

Dr. Dave said...

Oh, boy. We should run with that now. Excellent work, my friend.

(And GREAT comment over my way!)

Anonymous said...

Ron, brace yourself for a glut of Kennedy love until they finally dump his bloated cascass into the peat.

Anonymous said...

DC, I always wear the suit BENEATH the sweats. There are standards, y'know!

Anonymous said...

Chupa,

I'm blushing. You can tell by the rosey glowfrom my cigar.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Dave. And I meant every word.

King of New York Hacks said...

Goomba, you get a FREE ride in my taxi anytime bro...keep, keeping it real !

The_Kid said...

GREAT Post !

Ok, Ted Who ?

Opus #6 said...

Nice work.

Anonymous said...

Your Majesty...

I'm gonna take you up on that, if I can sit on the beaded thing.

"Take me to Coney Island and make it snappy!"

Anonymous said...

Kid... It's Ted Kennedy. He was the dangling fleshy purposeless apengage of the Camelot clan. Think Peter Lawford on 5,000 calories a day.

Let's try this again. Think Zeppo Marx.

Anonymous said...

Ope, I dedicated it to youse.

JihadGene said...

RIP Mary Jo

The_Kid said...

Yea, isn't that great! Obama's HC plan is so great he doesn't want his own name on it any more. He's already blaming it on a dead guy !!!!!!!!!

That's just too rich!

Starsplash said...

Please people let us not stomp on his grave.

Rhod said...

I'd do something else on his grave. In Arlington, as in life, everyone around him is better than he is.

Now some crap-for-brains media lib on NPR (Ed Klein) tells us that Kennedy enjoyed a good Chappaquiddick joke.