From the daily archives: Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Boy, us netheads sure are conspiratorial in nature aren’t we? There has been some big hubub mostly among wingnut sites about CNN airing a big black X over Cheney during a speech. It happens for somewhere around 1/25th of a second. Drudge got everyone in an uproar, including of course Malkin.

The whole deal appears to be a technical thing…the X being a marker of some kind between feeds or whatnot. The Dan Report gets it sorted all out thanks to a graphics guy who analyzed and figured out there was also text that read: “Transition Begins […]

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This just keeps getting better and better by the day. First Murtha steps forward and shows commanding leadership, that despite appearing to be teflon, gets sniped at by the right anyways (cue wicked witch of the west bicycle theme). That shit backfires and lingers as the messenger is not only killed, but comes out smelling like a liar.

The cut and run frame is officially dead (ding dong the witch is dead, the mean old witch, the wicked witch!). Salah Nasrawi, an AP writer, reports that Iraqis even want a timetable for our withdrawal from their country. Not […]

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A comment over at Buckeye Senate blog got me in the mood to do some Photoshopping (Fireworks actually, but fireworksing sounds like crap):

The whole thing started with this post.

Damn, I forgot there was a truce!

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Lies, Damn Lies, and Jean Schmidt

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Let’s add insult to injury shall we? Not only did the freshman Congresswoman from Ohio put her foot in her mouth, she also lied in the process! What a goof. The Cincy Enquirer has an article that outlines how Colonel Bubp did indeed call Rep. Schmidt, but did NOT ask her to call Murtha or anyone else a coward:

Danny Bubp, a freshman state representative who is a colonel in the Marine Corps Reserve, told The Enquirer that he never mentioned Rep. John Murtha, D-Pa., by name when talking with Schmidt, and he would never call a fellow […]

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