Air America's Randi Rhodes received the biggest cheers and a number of "We love you, Randis" from the mixed age, multicultural audience...Did they conduct an ethnographic study, or was it just a quick melanin check?
In between jokes that cracked up the crowd, Randi Rhodes spoke at length about a timeline created by Congressman John Conyers...The link he provides has a misspelling, which leads to a scraper site featuring paternity testing ads. It's definitely more entertaining than the correct address. As for the joke, well, I guess it's all a matter of the timing. If a master comic said it it might be OK. But, anyone else saying it would sound like someone you see in the downtown L.A. library scribbling notes on index cards while researching their lawsuit against the Pope.
Rather than transcribe parts of Randi's speech on the timeline (which you should all read and study for yourself), I've decided to post my two favorite jokes. After reciting the criminal past of Bush Administration officials such as John Poindexter and Elliot Abrams, Randi joked: "I think they put their criminal activity at the top of their resumes now."
The second joke was off-color so I can't tell you here, but you can read it at my blog, Why Are We Back In Iraq? at this link (I know...shameless plug...heh).
Posted in RandiRhodes at July 25, 2005 04:37 AM
ummm yeah...the crack of my ass is more entertaining than this blog
Posted by: Ron Brynaert at July 25, 2005 07:36 AM
You spend a lot of time ass crack gazing?
Posted by: Randi Suck at July 26, 2005 11:32 AM
Sometimes, I run across a blog that reminds me how life can be a lonely and boring thing.
Posted by: bill at July 26, 2005 02:31 PM
I can see a lot of intelligence in the information being presented on this site. Typical. One day you folks are going to have a rude awakening. Stop focusing on side issues trying to discredit the "people" delivering the message. Everyone knows that is a tactic. Lets start talking about the real issue. The information being presented. DOWNING STREET MEMOS. CARL ROVE. THE WAR (people are dying)
Don't make excuses. Your life depends on it. Don't be afraid of the truth. People are waking up everyday. Soon you will be alone. Who will you criticize then. Got a mirror.
Posted by: Beast at August 4, 2005 08:11 AM
Monitoring Air America Radio [TM] so you don't have to.