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Daily Tubes for August 5 & 6, 2009

In a heart wrenching surprise moment yesterday morning, Former President Bill Clinton helped bring Laura Ling and Euna Lee home from what must been an absolutely terrifying experience in North Korea. The event brought tears to my eyes and I must say my extreme fondness for the Big Dog has grown beyond measure. And my admiration for President Obama and SOS Clinton’s deftness in this matter is bursting at the seams. Goodness, it is wonderful to have grown-ups in charge again. This is how it is supposed to work folks.

Wednesday August 5, 2009 in 100 seconds by the fine folks at TPMtv

Indeed. Welcome home Laura and Euna.

Thursday August 6, 2009 in 100 seconds by TPMtv

Welcome to the Supreme Court Ms Sotomayer. On a day like this, I am very proud to be an American.

Ok, enough seriousness and pride for effective government. I have a serious itch these days. I am pretty sure it is a hemorrhoid I like to call Rush Lumpybag. Did you catch his latest spiel? Let Chris Matthews explain…

Rather tough to parody that, but Headzup does a fair job.

I actually  like this hemorrhoid at times. He is so over the top, he does the job for us.

I am still very cross with the blue dogs. Here is another fine example of what millions of dollars from the health insurance lobbyists are doing for America.

With Dems like this, who needs pugs?

I think the Onion has been sneaking into CNN headquarters. You decide…

Mainstream media: portraits in courage!


  1. sricki

    I maintain that he may be one of the best things ever to happen to the Democratic party. People like Rush and Beck make moderate Republicans back away in horror.

    A spectacular collection of tubes as always, Holz.

  2. I just read this comment on the NY Times site. It was in the comments for Paul Krugman’s column about the Town Hall protests. I laughed when I read it, but it scares me. How can you reach such people?

    (my emphasis)

    Jersey Paul


    August 7th, 2009

    7:11 am

    Mr. Krugman, it is a shame that you are totally committed to carrying the administration’s message at the expense of disengaging your brain from the realities of this plan. You have much to learn from Charles Krauthammer.

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