Moon of Alabama Brecht quote
June 27, 2006

WB: Keeping It Up


Keeping It Up

Posted by b on June 27, 2006 at 01:05 AM | Permalink


Seems like a high price to pay for a hard on.

Sounds like Billmon's channeling Jim Thompson in a critique of western civilzation personified by LImbaugh's flaccid stubby wubby.

okay, we need lyrics. the tune is "Hokey-Pokey." anyone game?

Posted by: fauxreal | Jun 27, 2006 1:36:07 AM | 1


Now that you mention that song, an old caption to a political cartoon by... somebody or other, can't remember who, but it might have been Oliphant, comes to mind:

I won't go in the pokey, equal justice is a jokey
that's what it's all about

Posted by: The Truth Gets Vicious When You Corner It | Jun 27, 2006 3:08:10 AM | 2

Does Florida have a two strikes law? ([Billmon] asked, hopefully.)

why, yes, Billmon, it does. want to see it in action?

The Memory Hole has the recorded conversation from other women in rehab complaining about Noelle (strike-out queen) Bush violating the terms of her sentence and getting away with it because, well, you know, the rich are different than you and me, right Scotty F?

"[S]he does this all the time [buys crack] and she gets out of it because she's the governor's daughter. But we're sick of it here 'cause we have to do what's right, but she gets treated like some kind of princess. And everybody's tired of it, you know. We're just trying to get our lives together, and this girl's bringing drugs on property."

The outline for the Lifetime (sentencing) movie about Noelle's struggle: My Crack, my Asshole.

While Noelle Bush live(d?) in government housing, her parents weren't kicked out for their child's criminal behavior. While she violated parole AND had three strikes, she didn't have the right color of skin or numbers in her daddy's bank account to win an all-expense paid trip to solitary. Too bad> If she were black and poor, she wouldn't have to work so hard to get her daddy's attention. She should've changed her name to Willie Horton.

But let's remember the golden rule: whoever has the gold makes the rules.

Posted by: fauxreal | Jun 27, 2006 1:30:08 PM | 3

Looks like he violated his plea-bargain negotiated settlement, any way you look at it.

PS What's with the photo? If this were Pravda, I'd assume he's being thrown under the wheels by his comrades based purely on that pic.

Posted by: Gridlock | Jun 27, 2006 5:33:13 PM | 4

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