Thursday, November 27, 2008

YOU voted for him

(the steamin' pile that is known as da LIEbs), i did not. we have four more years (i believe it's four, i could be mistaken about that though) of this traitorous lying weasel (as i always say NO offense to weasels). we MUST kick him to the curb in four years. why wait though. we didn't promise our first borns to ANYONE. lets kick him out of his committee chairmanship(s). even though we (well you and i weren't part of the royal we) said he could stay, say WE LIED (just like HE did).

rip it out of his lyin' slimy snake hands NOW

Lieberman Contributed to GOP Senate, House Candidates

By Paul Kane

Here's a story of the Thanksgiving spirit, forgiving and forgetting senatorial style.

When Democrats gathered last week to decide the fate of Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.), a pair of senators-elect, Tom Udall of New Mexico and Jeff Merkley of Oregon, stepped up to offer symbolically important speeches.

Having ridden the wave of support for President-elect Barack Obama, Udall and Merkley spoke out in favor of the spirit of reconciliation and moving on from the campaign, in which Lieberman was one of the highest profile supporters of the Republican presidential ticket.

But no one in the room knew, as Merkley spoke, that Lieberman had supported Merkley's opponent, Sen. Gordon Smith (R-Ore.). Lieberman, through his Reuniting Our Country PAC, gave Smith's reelection bid $5,000 on Oct. 10, according to reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.

Lieberman's support of Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) for the presidency was well known, punctuated by his nationally televised speech at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul criticizing Obama as not prepared to be president. His endorsement of Sen. Susan Collins (R-Maine), who has served as the top Republican beside him at the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, also was well known in Democratic circles...........

Sen. Joe Lieberman's (I-Conn.) support of John McCain's presidential campaign was well known. His contribution to Sen. Gordon Smith (R-Ore.) was not. (By Melina Mara -- The Washington Post Photo)


then swing on by here to hear the full version

then swing by here

Alice's Restaurant isn't around anymore. But, as the song says, Alice didn't live in a restaurant. She lived in the church nearby the restaurant... And the old Trinity Church, where Alice once lived and where the saga began has become home to The Guthrie Center and The Guthrie Foundation.

Arlo Guthrie providing a place to bring together individuals for spiritual service, as well as cultural and educational exchange founded the Guthrie Center, an Interfaith Church, in 1991. The Trinity Church where the song The Alice's Restaurant Massacree began and where the movie Alice's Restaurant was filmed, continues to service the local and international community.

Originally built as the St. James Chapel in 1829, the structure was enlarged in 1866 and renamed Trinity Church. Ray and Alice Brock purchased the property in 1964 and made it their home. The building has had several owners since the early 1970s…”

Source: The Guthrie Center........... (pic from there too)

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

i don't give a flying

yoo hoo what the mayor, the town engineers or town council or whomever says


not 10 minutes ago i left my father's house. i was parked on the street. not 5 minutes ago did someone hit one of the poles (light poles i think) AVOIDING the island.

i want those gone

PLUS i called the town weeks ago and my sister called as well. one of the street lights is out and it's STILL not replaced. 'it's on the list' is what they told my sister

well list this

those 9 cars and this car SHOULD SUE THE TOWN. i know if i was an actual homeowner on asylum i'd sure the hell look into suing.

this saturday

why don't you load up the car and take a leisurely ride to terryville (connecticut). there was a fire at the animal shelter the other day and the dogs and cats who were housed there need to be adopted out ASAP. come on now. you KNOW you want and need a dog or a cat. just take a ride out, you don't HAVE to take one............ (rain date SUNDAY)

Animal Shelter's Volunteers Vow To Find New Location
By MARK SPENCER | The Hartford Courant

PLYMOUTH - Volunteers at the Animal Rescue Foundation, condemned by building officials after a fire Sunday, are determined to find a new location, its president said.

The 25 cats and dogs that were at the shelter have been placed in temporary homes, Kathy Johnson, president of the 32-year-old organization, said earlier today.

The shelter takes in abandoned, abused and unwanted dogs and cats and houses them until they are adopted. Volunteers will be in the parking lot of their former rented facility at 366 Main St., Terryville, with animals up for adoption. The adoption event will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, with a rain date of 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday......

The shelter takes in abandoned, abused and unwanted dogs and cats and houses them until they are adopted. Volunteers will be in the parking lot of their former rented facility at 366 Main St., Terryville, with animals up for adoption. The adoption event will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, with a rain date of 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday.

Tax-deductible donations may be sent to Animal Rescue Foundation Inc., P.O. Box 538, Thomaston, CT 06787.

Monday, November 24, 2008

i dislike the steamin' pile o' shite

known as da LIEbs MORE and MORE with each passing second. what angers me the MOST though, is those that allowed him to keep his chairmanship. those that allowed him to continue as is.

da LIEbs is NOT sorry for one second. he's smug and self-assured. and YOU, YOU DEMOCRATS did it

Lieberman: No apology for attacks on Obama
David Edwards and Andrew McLemore
Although Sen. Joe Lieberman said he regretted some of his attacks on President-elect Barack Obama during the campaign, he declined to offer an apology when pressed by NBC's Tom Brokaw.

The senator said many unfair statements were made about both Obama and Sen. John McCain, and that he is only one of many people who feel regret for the tone of the election.

"I do regret as I said to the caucus and afterward publically, there were some things I said in the heat of the campaign that I wish I had said more clearly. Other things, frankly, I wish I hadn't said at all," Lieberman said. "That happens to all of us in the heat of it campaign but nonetheless, I regret it and I want to move forward."

Brokaw pressed Lieberman for an apology: "I heard word 'regret' but not the word 'apology.'"

"You can take from the word regret what you will," Lieberman said..........