ooops…

Apparently, Dick Cheney in last night’s debate directed the millions of debate-watchers to a website advocating George Bush’s defeat. Just goes to show you what a dinosaur he is… can’t keep his dot-coms and and dot-orgs and his dot-govs straight. Of course, that doesn’t prevent him from being his avuncularly vile self. One almost has to admire his viciousness and pit-bull-like go-get-em attitude.

In other ooopsies, my copies of Houses of the Bull God did not get sent to me at the same time as everyone else’s. I am a little behind the curve on this. Reviews of it, good and bad, though, I would be delighted to receive.

Have a good evening, all.

4 comments

  1. It’s funny, while I’d like to hear what people think of Bull God, I won’t be too upset if I don’t see much more than what I’ve already seen.

    I think Gamma World cured me of that… 🙂

  2. It’s funny, while I’d like to hear what people think of Bull God, I won’t be too upset if I don’t see much more than what I’ve already seen.

    I think Gamma World cured me of that… 🙂

  3. In all fairness, factcheck.org actually attempts, intermittently, to fact-check Kerry’s statements and evasions and has done a couple almost accurate pieces on the Swift Vets, but … its very hard to find a site that’s not clearly designed to learn one way or another. I suspect Cheney’s at least attempting to point folks toward a source they can’t disnmiss out of hand as “Republican rhetoric.” Factcheck passes that test. And they have done pretty solid stuff on Halliburton.

    Personally, I do admire his pit-bull-like agressiveness. That’s the kind of man I want looking out for my interests in the world, not some pretty-boy trial lawyer perfectly willing to pretend to hear the voice of a crippled child to drum up jury sympathy.

    The latter strikes me, for personal reasons, as particularly vile.

  4. In all fairness, factcheck.org actually attempts, intermittently, to fact-check Kerry’s statements and evasions and has done a couple almost accurate pieces on the Swift Vets, but … its very hard to find a site that’s not clearly designed to learn one way or another. I suspect Cheney’s at least attempting to point folks toward a source they can’t disnmiss out of hand as “Republican rhetoric.” Factcheck passes that test. And they have done pretty solid stuff on Halliburton.

    Personally, I do admire his pit-bull-like agressiveness. That’s the kind of man I want looking out for my interests in the world, not some pretty-boy trial lawyer perfectly willing to pretend to hear the voice of a crippled child to drum up jury sympathy.

    The latter strikes me, for personal reasons, as particularly vile.

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