O couldn’t find a robo-signer, otherwise he would be hiding under the desk, too.
FrankBurns commented on the blog post Breaking: The President Has Options to Raise the Debt Limit
“Reagan” didn’t sit well with many of his supporters, and so history gets another re-write, thanks to Ms. Drew.
FrankBurns commented on the diary post So Much For The NYT Investigation Of Bradley Manning’s Confinement Conditions by bmull.
I noticed this: “The soldier’s lawyer, David E. Coombs, declined to comment for this article.” It also says David House did not return calls. Has Coombs or House confirmed or denied this elsewhere? And why would they give up an opportunity to comment in the Times? It’s sad when one cannot trust at face-value anymore [...]
FrankBurns commented on the diary post Lawrence O’Donnell and the Rancid Cultist Rump Dead Enders by Jane Hamsher.
If you pay attention to the visual presentations of the segments from Tues and last night, the strategy is obvious: Larry is Paul Lynde. Take Jane Hamsher to block.
FrankBurns commented on the blog post Democratic Insecurity? Or Just A Different Set of Interests?
As long as Dems take campaign cash from the same corrupt entitites, we will continue to witness this timid and flip-flop behavior. The Republicans will always have an advantage in that they are openly proud to do their corporate masters’ bidding, and with the approval of those who vote for them.
FrankBurns commented on the diary post Time to Vote! Pick Your Top Ten Primary Challengers! by themalcontent.
FrankBurns commented on the blog post Olbermann Suspended from MSNBC for Donations to Democrats
KO should file a lawsuit on first amendment grounds. I’d love to see what discovery turns up at that snake pit network.
The new house majority is going to be pushing the usual radical corporate agenda. We need to make sure that the counter arguments come from the progressive wing and not the DLC. It won’t be easy, because although there are more progressive dems than bluedogs in the house, their presence in the senate is weaker. [...]
FrankBurns commented on the blog post Crist Confidant Leaks Too Late That He’d Caucus With Dems
So the Dems are now hoping a Republican (that’s what Crist was until this summer) will help them retain control of the Senate. That worked out so well with Holy Joe from Connectico. Clinton should be ashamed of himself (that’s not possible, I know) to have asked a fellow Dem to drop out of the race to support the better of two Repubs. No wonder people have no respect for this party anymore (yeah, I know Joe wasn’t a Repub then, but there’s still time for him to scamper across the aisle to make it official).