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I’m a big fan of the Demon Sheep. For those who missed this the first time around, The Demon Sheep made it’s first appearance on the web in a commercial by the Fiorina campaign in her primary battle with Tom Campbell and Tea Pary? backed Chuck DeVore to become the Republican nominee for in California for U.S. Senate to run against Barbara Boxer. It was, to use a single word, fantastic!

Now we have the sequel. This time from the DSCC:

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I have a rule I follow when I hear a Republican utter anything.? Simply assume the opposite to be true, and you’re in business.? After decades of descending into a fantastical miasma of fictional myth, the presumption must always be that a Republican utterance is in direct opposition to all fact.

For example, let’s take the Republican claim that they support Israel – no wait – the claim that Republicans support Israel MORE THAN ANYBODY.? Make the assumption that this is false, and you immediately leave the fantasy land of Republicanism, well on your way to the world the rest […]

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PB Late Night Moment of Zen

On February 4, 2010 By

Here it is. Your moment of Zen:

It’s actually called FCINO (Fiscal Conservative in Name Only), but it’s been dubbed “Demon Sheep”. The funniest thing is, they promise more of this! Joy!

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Fiorina to “Disappear”

On September 17, 2008 By

It wasn’t the toughest prediction of all time, but I was still right. We won’t be seeing much of Ms. Fiorina from here on out:

“Carly will now disappear,” this source said. “Senator McCain was furious.” Asked to define “disappear,” this source said, adding that she would be off TV for a while – but remain at the Republican National Committee and keep her role as head of the party’s joint fundraising committee with the McCain campaign.

Fiorina was booked for several TV interviews over the next few days, including one on CNN. Those interviews have been canceled.

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Fiorina and McCain = Greatness

On September 16, 2008 By

The most enjoyable thing about the recent economic flareup in the Presidential campaign (and there are so many) has been watching Carly Fiorina give McCain a one-two punch.

Punch 1:

asked by a St. Louis radio station today whether she thought McCain’s running mate Sarah Palin could run a big company like her, Fiorina flubbed her answer.

“No, I don’t,” Fiorina replied. “But that’s not what she’s running for. Running a corporation is a different set of things.”

Later on MSNBC, she tried to explain herself, but managed to make things worse. “I don’t think John McCain […]

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