As my hands jitter across the keyboard in response to two cups of the beyond-Turkish strong coffee my wife makes, I ponder as a Progressive (with strange Libertarian undercurrents) the following: Perhaps the best thing that could possibly happen to the NM Democratic Party is Robert Vigil. Perhaps the second (or absolute) best thing that… Read More Saturday Morning Coffee-fueled Pondering
I just finished reading this profile of Rachael Ray from the New York Times (subscription), and a poll question immediately popped into my head. Is Rachael Ray the single most irritating person on television, period? Maybe since Chris Kattan, even? I’d be interested in hearing from anyone who would dare state that any current TV… Read More Rachael Ray or ?
Looking at the video of Big Bill walking around BMOKorea style, it looks to me like he’s lost some weight, and that can only mean one thing. Maybe it was just the camera angle, or the looser, ultra-relaxed fit suit, but he looked significantly slimmer than I remember him recently. Please correct me if I’m… Read More Bill Richardson Weight Political Aspiration Matrix (WPAM)
Manzanar Memorial, Manzanar War Relocation Camp, CA
Okay, I’ve been semi-seriously “blogging” now for a few weeks and can report the following: I still feel completely embarrassed saying… “Uh…I have a blog” “You should read my blog” “I have to go home and blog something” “Well, I fully explain my position on X on my blog” Typical responses of those told for… Read More Bloggin’ Emotional Weather Report
We on the schadenfreude-dependent Left have come down now from the gleefully intense good times of ten days or so ago, when we got to revel mightily in the knee-snappingly funny bad times of G. Bush and the “Bush Crime Family”. Tom DeLay, Bill Frist, people associated with the President that we only know because… Read More What to Do While We Wait For More Indictments
Here’s that anti-Linda Lopez South Valley attack mailer I was writing about the other day. It’s ancient history now, but we got this juicy kissfest (sorry for the poor scan quality, those are two guys) from: “Citizens for Change” J. Anzures, Treasurer the Saturday prior to last November’s Election. Sleaziest ad I’ve ever seen, personally.… Read More Oh, The Good Ole’ Days of November, 2004