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  1. RuBegonia says:

    My homework assignment http://twitpic.com/2p1sai ; Ya snooze ya lose – Woof!

  2. thierry says:

    shouldn’t that pussy be hairless?

  3. otlset says:

    Hairball Harry sez “Some of my best friends are Coons.”

    • Mrs. Malcontent says:

      Isn’t that kind of racist?

      • bachmann2012 says:

        I’m uncomfortable with the direction of this thread’s commentary, too.

        • Tammy says:

          Sorry to hear that, I do think sometimes humor and ridicule, especially when highlighting the absurdity of the cultural debate, can be uncomfortable. I do think many TAMs recall when some left blog decided that I was racist (again) when I used a pic of a raccoon rummaging through a cracker jack box right after Urkel won his Nobel Peace Prize. Why was I racist? Because the word “coon” is at the end of “raccoon.” Seriously. My point was that *anyone* now could get a Nobel Prize since they were the equivalent of a crackerjack prize. Anyway, I think that it’s quite tempting to ridicule the rank absurdity of our politically correct culture, and that’s what I see here in some of the comments. But I do think pointing out to some commenters your feelings about it is also important. I also don’t think there’s anything to be gained by going over a line just to provoke, and I trust that commenters here respect that.

  4. jnnoma8 says:

    I feel like I’m back, in the early Sixties, watching ” Timmy and Lassie”. Is Coons going to jump over the fence, too? O’Donnell’s campaign anthem should be the whistling theme song, to the show. Benito Obama, Grimy Harry, and Princess Formaldehyde, have enough “pets”, already!

  5. Kelly says:

    I look at Reid in that shirt and all I can see is a white, pasty version of Chairman Mao. And no, I haven’t been drinking. Check it out for yourselves.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Mao_Zedong_portrait.jpg

  6. Nativevoice says:

    I will never forget what Dennis Miller said about Reid one night on the O’Relly Show. He said every time I look at Reid I see the CSI guys drawing a chalk line around him.
    Now the media is using the talking point that Christine O’Donnell is a candidate that the republican party doesn’t want. That there is a big fight with them and the tea party people. Republicans do not want those fringe type of people.
    I guess Alvin Green was someone the democrats wanted. What happen to Alvin Green?

  7. JuanitaDugas says:

    Christine’s raised $1.2 million and counting since her primary victory.

  8. Chuck says:

    The wonderful Ann Coulter wrote about the “Machiavelian genius” of Karl Rove back in 2005 in this piece; Rove, the “Bob Shrum” of the GOP as she put it. Her words are even more relevant today.

  9. eMVeeH says:

    Oy! So the punch-drunk old boxer has drooled out a betilling zinger. ‘Ain’t the first time, and it won’t be the last. He once referred to the Secular Savior as “light-skinned…with no Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one.”

    The more desperate Reid gets, the more ridiculously stupid his comments will be.

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