All his new so-called friends ran away and hid on him. Think about that unctuous NBC rumpswab David Gregory. Wednesday night, he went on MSNBC looking like his dog just got run over. But by yesterday morning, Gregory was back on top of his game. He apologized to Jesse Jackson for ever having gone on the Imus show.
That was the first thing I noticed when I watched Hardball.
posted on 04/12/2007 11:37:11 PM PDT
(There is no alternative to the GOP except varying degrees of insanity)
how does it feel?how does it feel?
to be on your own,like a rolling stone
no direction home,like a complete unknown
like a rolling stone
posted on 04/13/2007 12:02:47 AM PDT
( Celebrate Sept.8 as Pajamatag , the day the pajamahadeem busted Dan Rather!!)
i kind of hope IMan rises from the ashes and reinvents himself, could be kind of intersting. Plus watching the revenge grudge match would be priceless.
Here’s hoping IMan comes out swinging, if purely for the show.
ps: add me to ping list pls
posted on 04/14/2007 10:08:46 AM PDT
(choice is not not peace or war, but small war now, or big war later masquerading as peace now.)
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