Political Humor weighs in again. The small blog from France is us, by the way: We allegedly only have about 70 readers, as you can see here.

But we work for those 70 readers, God-darnit! J’en ai m’a crac!

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[Didn’t see this Monday piece of news: Murtha Urged Somalia pullout in ’93 – Osama would later credit Murtha with emboldening his terrorist fighters, and encouraging them to mount further attacks against the U.S.
If that isn’t bigger news than Cheney criticizing the dems for calling him a liar than I guess the media is fair and balanced.]

Note: ‘News’ (above) means Newsmax.

[And “remember the Murthagate”?] [And remember this? Murtha: “I call Bush a liar, and they question my patriotism?!]

Yeah, we hate it when politicians call for a cut-and-run strategy, sniping at the President while our troops are on the line.

You have to work it just a little harder here, Political Humor. Or… As we French say here in la France*, on our bicycles with our striped shirts and baguettes under our sweaty armpits… “Il faut tourner sa langue sept fois dans sa bouche avant de parler.”


*We are headquartered in a country whose identity we must not disclose, but whose sneaky secret code-name is ‘Deutschland.’


Comments: 23


Cheney praises Murtha, slams other critics

Vice President Dick Cheney on Monday accused critics of “corrupt and shameless” revisionism in sugge


I’d like to bring up the total number of visitors here today to 1,000. The last time I checked, you only had 909. I’d like to bring up the total by inviting troll mates to the site. Since I am gradually giving up trolling, I would like to call upon fellow trolls to take over where I have left off.

By the way, Bush is cool. By the way, Bush rocks! Happy Thanksgiving!


So you’re ‘One After 909?’ That’s so Beatlesque!


The Political Humor site still isn’t funny.


Gavin, I was hoping somebody would notice. Have you also noticed that all of the letters in BLT also appear in the name, The BeaTLes?


We avidly await ‘small blog witnesses narcissistic decompensation, updates iii’.


Uh you forgot beret, and a little beret wearing kid with suspenders and schoolboy shorts and a red balloon riding on the back of your bike. You might also be a mime.


Welcome back Pinko Punko. Where have you been.? I’ve been sitting on the edge of my chair waiting for your words of wisdom to appear.


BLT, you hate me. I can’t remember if we are friends or not. The last time we spoke did I:

a) blow my stack and go crazy on you (a la Ann and Nancy)

b) slink away

c) remain polite yet disengage from the discussion



Can I be reader number soixante-neuf? I d’ hate to be last.


Strasbourg is a cool city, though.


European based blog… I never knew. I feel so… international. Quick, someone hand me a beret!


I think my favorite quote about the war has to be this:

“I cannot support a failed foreign policy. History teaches us that it is often easier to make war than peace. This administration is just learning that lesson right now. The President began this mission with very vague objectives and lots of unanswered questions. A month later, these questions are still unanswered. There are no clarifiedrules of engagement. There is no timetable. There is no legitimate definition of victory. There is no contingency plan for mission creep. There is no clear funding program. There is no agenda to bolster our overextended military. There is no explanation defining what vital national interests are at stake. There was no strategic plan for war when the President started this thing, and there still is no plan today”

Someone should toss this one at the freepi and Chazmoids and see if they can identify the speaker.

-Representative Tom Delay (R-TX)


Oh and that was the Kosovo war, in case anybody thinks I’m really confused.


Could somebody please point out to this political *ahem* “humour” guy that saying it doesn’t necessarily make it so, or, to quote our great countryman* and revolutionary leader:
Il est vrai que certaines paroles et certaines c?r?monies suffisent pour faire p?rir un troupeau de moutons, pourvu qu’on y ajoute de l’arsenic.

*We’re all French now, in the dope show.


Pinko, have we been feeling a little extra sensitive? I don’t hate you, and it doesn’t matter how you responded to me the last time around. All is forgiven. If Bush can find it in his heart to pardon a turkey-breast thighs, legs, wings and all, surely I can find it in my heart to pardon at least one left-winger on Thanksgiving Day. HAPPY THANKSGIVING. Consider yourself pardoned, Pinko Punko.


And we 70 readers work darn hard to make ourselves look like thousands, too. Why, I personally have logged over 75,000 air miles this year alone in my dastardly efforts to appear as multitudes. The pretzel diet has really done wonders for my girlish figure, though.


No French accoutrement is complete without a Gitane cigarette hanging from the corner of the mouth, under the Gallic mustache. Your real name is probably Mousse au chocolat or Cherchez la femme or something.


Why do conservatives have such a hard time being funny? You would think people who can create an international system of secret prisons could come up with a better punchline than “He’s French.”


we have multiple personalities, that counts for something, non?


Froehliche Erntendankfest!


I see that Scaramouche studied punctuation on the sly with Marie Jon’. And I thought he was sneaking out for a smoke.


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