Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Another invitation I didn't get

People are always throwing parties that I'm not invited to, like that intimate little pre-inaugural get-together with Obama at George Freaking Will's place. And this Fox Nation thing.

See the pattern? I'm just sayin' . . .


  1. Hey, they didn't call me, either. :)

  2. "FOX Nation itself takes no position on issues"

    LO- F-ing -L ...
    Well, another outlet for the idiots who buy into this
    "struggle for freedom" scam.
    Unfortunately for the more grassroots Con blogs, this is like Wal-Mart moving into your neighborhood.I noticed as I browsed around Faux Nation that Hannity is trying to take credit now for the "Tea Party" business...
    As far as I can tell there's no difference between F-Nation and their standard F-News site, except that it's co-opting some of the marketing lingo from the smaller blogs.
    Of course, this is good for Dems as it centralizes all the crazy Repugs into one easy to identify package.
    Plus it makes itself the voice of the Conservative "movement", leaving out the more interesting voices( like my man RS) out of the bigger picture.
    Is this more of the "Conservatives that really count" syndrome?

  3. Y4E - how's that research into the "airline" strike coming along?

    Stacy - why would you want to go to Will's house anyway? To sit around and talk about the existential implications of runners on 1st and 3rd with 2 outs and a 3-2 count?

  4. Great party..

    I ended up talking to Megyn Kelly all evening long.

  5. Hey thirteen--
    I know most Cons are obtuse, but damn man!
    You take the cake!
    I've done all the research I need to do and it all points back to what I had said about Republican hypocrisy.
    If you want to dwell on the minutiae then be my guest. Does not change your blatant double-standards.
    The Reagan/Obama parallels are so striking you're afraid to face it.
    Go suck up to some commentator on Faux Nation.
    Half-wits seeking validation will love it there...