Friday, August 18, 2006

A New "Power Couple"?

I have literally no time to put any thought into this post. That's what leads me to do a thing such as putting up a photo of Ann Coulter and Al Sharpton. Somewhere in the background I can hear Spike Lee saying, "The both of yous got jungle fever...the both of yous..."

I probably "rushed to judgment" on the freak pictured in yesterday's post. I had no time then either (was in the office from 6AM to 9PM--bad day, yesterday--didn't see Emily awake at all). I do stand by my opinion that kiddie pageants are a heinous idea, though.

Gotta run.


Blogger Old Lady said...

Maybe there is some hope for Ann after all!

The capriciousness of the kiddie pagents has gone overboard. I am an open-minded person, but I think they should look like little girls, not Paris Hilton.

8:54 AM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger Keith Kennedy said...

I'm going to assume that Al was having a bad day and this chick bushwhacked him. You know, grabbed his arm and spun him around while one of her nazi counterparts snapped this picture.

9:11 AM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger Writeprocrastinator said...

"That's what leads me to do a thing such as putting up a photo of Ann Coulter and Al Sharpton."

Oooohhh, I've got neocon skank fever, she's got neocon skank fever

We've got neocon skank fever and we're in love...

I'm with Keith, I think he was set up just like the time she held *one* conversation with Al Franken, then proceeded to tell people that they were friends.

Whether that Karr monster did anything (what's up with the "Hannibal Lechter look?") or not, he's got the disease and he needs to be put down.

9:28 AM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger KLee said...

I'm with WP -- whether Karr actually killed JonBenet or not, he's one dued with a shriveled sould and some dead-looking eyes. If he's guilty of even HALF of what he says he is, he should go under the jail.

And I agree with your assessment of child pageants. They're awful.

3:36 PM, August 18, 2006  
Blogger X. Dell said...

I have to admit that it was hard for Rev. Al to sink lower in my estimation, but this picture managed to to do that.

Actually, Sharpton had received campaign assisstance from a neoconservative firm (I don't recall the company name off the top of my head--sorry) for his 2004 Presidential bid. I would guess that he and Coulter got chummy around then.

12:03 PM, August 23, 2006  

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