I repeat myself:

Max Baucus surreal

I don’t mind sending Max “Single Payer” Baucus to China. It’s the return trip I object to:

President Barack Obama formally announced Friday plans to nominate Sen. Max Baucus (D-MT) as ambassador to China.

“For more than two decades Max Baucus has worked to deepen the relationship between the United States and China,” Obama said in a statement Friday morning. “The economic agreements he helped forge have created millions of American jobs and added billions of dollars to our economy, and he’s perfectly suited to build on that progress in his new role.”

(Livewire)

The Morning Quote

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“I’m sure that our enemies are cheering now as a result of this decision.”

Former Senator –Traitor Joe, on Fox News (of course) talking about The Kenyan’s decision to seek Congressional approval instead of just attacking Syria. Traitor Joe is now a practicing attorney and frequently whispered candidate to replace Janet Napolitano at the Department of Homeland Security.

(Raw Story)

In his own words

“No.”

–Weepy McDrunky answers the question, whether Republicans were “eventually going to have to raise taxes in some way” if the president wins in November.

One down… 99 to go

Ben Nelson announces his retirement.

“Public office is a place for public service, not personal profit. It’s about promoting the common good, not the agenda of the radical right or the radical left. It’s about fairness for all, not privileges for the few. And, it’s about protecting the rights of individuals, even if it angers the majority. I hope and believe I have fulfilled these principles to the best of my ability.”

To which I can only reply, “Thanks for the finger-f***, Superman.”

(TPM)

Sunday’s Talkies

Looks like someone at ABC is going to be fired:

–NBC’s “Meet the Press”: Speaker John Boehner; Rep. Michele Bachmann; Romney campaign surrogate Gov. Nikki Haley (R-SC); roundtable with Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne and Republican strategist Mike Murphy

–ABC’s “This Week”: “Great American Debate” on the subject: “There is too much government in my life,” roundtable with Rep. Barney Frank, former Clinton Labor Secretary and University of California at Berkley professor Robert Reich, Rep. Paul Ryan and ABC News’ George Will (live, with a studio audience, from the Newseum)

–CBS’s “Face the Nation”: Newt Gingrich

–”Fox News Sunday”: Mitt Romney; roundtable with the Weekly Standard’s Bill Kristol, former Sen. Evan Bayh (D-IN), Republican strategist Ed Rollins and Fox News’ Juan Williams

Oh, Peggington Noonington is going to be poured onto set at CNN.

Quote of the Morning

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We need to encourage those on the top income scale to create more jobs. We are about income mobility and that’s what we should be focused on to take care of the income disparity.

–Eric Cantor, mendacious turd

Really, Eric? We need to count on the 1% to reform income inequality?

It is to laugh

Yeah, you do that President Carebear. We’ll just add that to your long list of broken promises and outright lies, you douchebag. I wouldn’t trust you to give me two nickles for a dime.

About Lobbyists meeting with the White House

Looks like President Carebear found his replacement for Gibbs, and I bet he’s already shaving once a week or so.

Jeebus, I feel old.

Now, that said, maybe the answer here should not be a parsing of words, maybe the answer is STOP MEETING WITH LOBBYISTS.

“And you believed me?!”

Chimpy and the banner

Curveball tells us he made up all the stuff about WMDs that lead to the invasion of Iraq, deaths of so many hundreds/thousands/millions of people and the bankruptcy of the United States:

“Maybe I was right, maybe I was not right,” he said. “They gave me this chance. I had the chance to fabricate something to topple the regime. I and my sons are proud of that and we are proud that we were the reason to give Iraq the margin of democracy.”

Of course, the only people who believed him were those looking for a reason to do this, anyway. “And an idiot shall lead them.”

(The Guardian UK)