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For those of you who, like me, could never figure out why intelligent people would call Eminem a "genius". Lookee here:


Watch it all. It knocked me outta my chair.

Posted by baconslab @ 08:06 AM CST [Link] [39 comments]

Sooth From the Krugster

A Culture of Cover-Ups

Although President Bush's campaign is based almost entirely on his self-proclaimed leadership in that war, his officials have thrown a shroud of secrecy over any information that might let voters assess his performance.

Posted by baconslab @ 07:48 AM CST [Link] [31 comments]

Dems Dealt a Blow in Ohio

Court won't allow voting in wrong precincts

With the R's out in force giving bad direction to anyone without a Bush-Cheney Bumpersticker, it looks like we're gonna have to beat the spread.

We will.

Posted by baconslab @ 10:07 AM CST [Link] [8 comments]

Bogus polls

Bogus polls mask landslide in the making

Posted by baconslab @ 07:45 AM CST [Link] [38 comments]

Friday Monkey Blogging

Ain't he cute!

r1099765537 (14k image)

Posted by baconslab @ 03:06 PM CST [Link] [34 comments]

Faun Otter Has Some Suggestions

Here is today's follow up project

Posted by baconslab @ 02:24 PM CST [Link] [16 comments]

Chimp to Working Poor: Drop Dead

Why does Chimpco hate the poor so much?

The Bush administration and Congress have scaled back programs that aid the poor to help pay for $600 billion in tax breaks that went primarily to those who earn more than $288,800 a year.

Posted by baconslab @ 08:06 AM CST [Link] [10 comments]

The Unfeeling President

E.L. Doctorow speaks out:

I fault this president for not knowing what death is. He does not suffer the death of our 21-year-olds who wanted to be what they could be. On the eve of D-Day in 1944 General Eisenhower prayed to God for the lives of the young soldiers he knew were going to die. He knew what death was. Even in a justifiable war, a war not of choice but of necessity, a war of survival, the cost was almost more than Eisenhower could bear.

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Posted by baconslab @ 08:02 AM CST [Link] [28 comments]

A New Definition of Confused

Chief Financial Officer of Republican National Committee admits hes gay, stays quiet

Posted by baconslab @ 07:57 AM CST [Link] [14 comments]

Well We're Movin' On Up...

Presidential Tracking Poll

Tuesday September 14, 2004--The Rasmussen Reports Presidential Tracking Poll shows President George W. Bush with 47% of the vote and Senator John Kerry with 46%. The Tracking Poll is updated daily by noon Eastern.

Posted by baconslab @ 03:37 PM CST [Link] [12 comments]

Welcome to Bush's Amerikkka

Moulton woman says she lost job for sporting Kerry sticker on car

Lynne Gobbell never imagined the cost of a John Kerry-John Edwards bumper sticker could run so high.

Lynne Gobbell said her boss fired her last week because of the Kerry-Edwards campaign sticker on the back of her car. Gobbell of Moulton didn't pay a cent for the sticker that she proudly displays on the rear windshield of her Chevrolet Lumina, but said it cost her job at a local factory after it angered her boss, Phil Gaddis.

Posted by baconslab @ 05:29 PM CST [Link] [8 comments]

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