Dee Fommeu's blog
start date July 20, 2011
today's date July 13, 2012
page 255


7-5-12 starting a school

 I was in the basement room I built in yeesterday's dream. I was about to
 start a school.
 In front of me, sleeping on their backs peacefully in one pound size ham
 cans were six light brown bunny rabbits. They were in a group. Off to the
 front of the rabbits were two dark blue snakes in 5 pound white ham cans,
 waiting for the rabbits to wake up.
 I was afraid the rabbits would scatter if they all woke up at the same
 time, so I quickly, in one fell swoop shifted their positions so they were in a
 line in front of me.
 I woke up before I saw what the snakes did.



I don't kknow where this took place, but when young rabbits came along, we cut their thinhs and haunches in half and baked them.  Then we took the older rabbits and baked them whole.   We then took all their clothing and laundered them and redressed them.

The younger girls were flown to school and reducated, and then their mothers were done the same way.

It was a total reprogramming issue, bloodless and complete.


Herman Cain's Sick New Political Ad Mutilates a Rabbit
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Despite suspending his presidential campaign, Herman Cain has continued to advance the conversation on key issues, especially those centering on economics. To illustrate his stand about the tax code and how the current administration is allegedly killing small business in America, he has produced a short clip now on YouTube in which a squealing rabbit is catapulted through the air and then shot by a Mad Men-esque skeet shooter. While it’s not a barb directly at sportsmen, flinging a domesticated rabbit and inferring that you’re killed it with a shotgun isn’t exactly portraying shooters and hunters in the best light. And this at Easter no lesS

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IN OTHER WORDS: A trip down the political rabbit hole


Halfway through the D.C. Council’s heated debate last week on a tax hike for the city’s highest earners, council member Jack Evans said, “You feel like you’re in ‘Alice in Wonderland’ sometimes listening to people up here.”

He may have been referring to the Queen of Heart’s famous quotation, “Sentence first — verdict afterwards” in Lewis Carroll’s opus, because things seem to be out of sync at city hall of late.

First, several council members tried to replace Mayor Vincent C. Gray’s income-tax proposal with a tax on out-of-state bonds, figuring they could “buy it back” with future revenues. A liberal contingent of council members called them out on it, and now there’s an income tax increase on people making more that $350,000 a year and a tax on bonds purchased after Jan. 1.

The mayor’s office also is getting its sequencing right. It decided Thursday that it should check the legal sufficiency of nominees to boards and commissions before announcing their names in public to avoid an embarrassing incident like the one that sank Robert L. Mallett, Mr. Gray’s pick to lead the Board of Elections and Ethics.

Or maybe Mr. Evans was thinking of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” when the Cheshire Cat noted: “We’re all mad here.”

Running from Obama

In 2009, NBC political commentator David Gregory asked Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate R. Creigh Deeds during a debate if he identified himself as a “Barack Obama Democrat.”

“I’m a Creigh Deeds Democrat,” the state senator replied.

Last week, incumbent state Sen. Phillip P. Puckett, Russell Democrat, took that line of thinking even further. Mr. Puckett, who is facing tea party candidate Adam Light in the 38th District race in southwest Virginia, said he would not support Mr. Obama in 2012.

“He doesn’t listen to me,” Mr. Puckett told WJHL-TV of Johnson City, Tenn. “And quite frankly, he was not my choice for the Democratic nomination.”

Indeed, Mr. Puckett backed Hillary Rodham Clinton for the party’s nomination — though he campaigned for Mr. Obama in the general election. Billboards in southwest Virginia plaster Mr. Puckett’s image with an “Obama ‘08” poster on one edge and a picture of the president on the other.

Clearly, that’s not exactly where things stand now.

“It’s very clear to me that the administration does not support the coal industry in a way that’s beneficial to our area, so I don’t plan to support President Obama for re-election,” Mr. Puckett said.

He and Mr. Light, not surprisingly, are portraying themselves as friends of the coal industry. Nearly a year ago, coal helped topple longtime incumbent Rep. Rick Boucher, who was ousted by former Virginia House Majority Leader H. Morgan Griffith in the state’s 9th District congressional race. Mr. Boucher had supported and helped draft federal cap-and-trade legislation to regulate carbon emissions.

Political rabbits, greased eels and cockroaches

A great big heart-felt thanks goes out to John Pagani for finding these quotes about what Banksie thinks about his political opponents. They really deserve wider attention rather than his obscure blog:

From Behind the Mask, Noel Harrison 2004:

[Page 49, referring to parliamentary debates].
“He described opponents as maggots, fools, idiots, wimps, useless, fleabags, incompetents, hypocrites,liars, giggly, twits, turkeys, roosters, political rabbits, greased eels, cockroaches, phonies, rotten eggs, communists, a motley evil, socialist bunch, piglets, creeps, poodles, grandstander, whinging whiners, pathetic, sycophants, mongrels, puppies, trendy lefties, jerks, gangsters, frauds, cheats, bludgers, vicious demented animals, jackbooted socialists, pricks, dicks, toadies, bootlickers, traitors, ‘Joe Hunts’ and athiests.”

Pity he never used lickspittle. Could it be that John Banks is New Zealand’s Chris Christie?
I’m pretty sure that John Pagani thinks these are appalling.