Breaking: Tucker Carlson To Give Head On Pennsylvania Avenue

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May 24, 2011

Honestly, some people will do anything for attention. I'm not linking the Caller story in question. I didn't really see anything much to get all that worked up over in it, under the circumstances. But then, I doubt I'd get worked up over a hack like Carlson, or his boy-toy Jonathan Strong giving head to some establishment GOP pol on Pennsylvania Avenue, either. It's politics, chit happens and chit gets said privately, everyday. Big deal.

There's more, or less, nothing in it I haven't heard privately from other prominent players out here. Some scumbag nobody decided to dish and Carlson's rag didn't have the class to say, no. Big surprise.

The Daily Caller’s Jonathan Strong runs a story based entirely on the private tweets of Sarah Palin staffer Rebecca Mansour. Mansour sent them to someone she trusted, in hindsight trust that the person has proved unworthy to hold. There is no news in the tweets: Mansour does what loyal political staff do, trashing those who trash the boss, dishing, being fierce. Not news, at least to anyone who has ever worked anywhere near politics since the advent of email. But evidently it’s news to Jonathan Strong and the Daily Caller. Frankly, it’s garbage.

Evidently the guy tried to sell them to Politico at one point. All it proves is that the DC is another self-promoting establishment rag that shouldn't be seen as on the side of conservatives, or conservatism – another non-surprise, at this point. Ace goes off on it here and follows up with more here. Filed under: who cares?

"Sorry, Ben, but it's going to take more than a happy meal and a hand shake to get me to betray someone's confidence. Only freshly printed 100 dollar bills help me get over feelings of guilt," wrote the emailer, who continued, "Would it violate some fake journalistic ethics and standards to get me in contact someone who does pay? I know that the thought of bloggingabout this is making your panties wet. The topics range from Chuck Hagelto Ricky Hollywood and everything else in between. It's a f***ing blogger's gold mine."

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Comments:
  1. barfo's mom says:

    The name of the betrayer is Toki de la Vega. Time to do an expose on the idiot.

  2. .
    Dan Riehl gives good headline!
    .
    Heh. Made me LOL.

  3. Ragspierre says:

    Isn’t this story, like, a year old????

  4. USA American says:

    Uh oh, Tucker’s got the Borg Collectivists mad at him for insufficient fealty to the Quitta. He better be careful or he’ll have Enlightened “trial lawyers” going through his trash and doing exposes on his counter tops!

  5. Ragspierre says:

    UAssMORON’s morning psychotic break/two minute hate.
    The Collective is BIG GOVERNMENT, stupid. Your guys.

  6. itsMike2Cents says:

    Seems like Palin has built a solid and well disciplined organization.
    Sure sounds like a leader to me.

  7. Ragspierre says:

    More “mikey substance” smeared on another thread.
    mikey would not know a leader from a cypress stump…or an Obama.

  8. USA American says:

    “The Collective is BIG GOVERNMENT, stupid. Your guys.”
    That would be the BIG GOVERNMENT Gov. Good-Hair is begging to fix his wild fire situation, right? And the BIG GOVERNMENT Michelle Bachmann totally doesn’t gets her totally not socialist farm subsidies from, right? And the BIG GOVERNMENT YOU will some day soon (if not already) enjoy Medicare from, right?
    “BIG GOVERNMENT” means anything that doesn’t personally benefit the Enlightened “trial lawyer,” or members of the Borg Collective.

  9. Joe says:

    I can’t say I am surprised. I agree, it is not much of a story except to insiders getting cocksucker confirmation.

  10. Ragspierre says:

    “That would be the BIG GOVERNMENT Gov. Good-Hair is begging to fix his wild fire situation, right?”
    No, stupid. Small government would do that.
    “And the BIG GOVERNMENT Michelle Bachmann totally doesn’t gets her totally not socialist farm subsidies from, right?”
    You are such an idiot, UAssMORON. You keep chanting crap you’ve had to eat several times now. At least get new crap. Farm subsidies are not “socialism”. Look up terms you are too stOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooood to understand.
    “And the BIG GOVERNMENT YOU will some day soon (if not already) enjoy Medicare from, right?”
    Wrong. For quite a number of reasons.

  11. Ragspierre says:

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/2011/may/22/nato-libya-data-journalism-operations-country#zoomed-picture
    Cool graphic on that kinetic non-war thingy that’s killing Muslims for oil in Libya.

  12. Ragspierre says:

    “New NHS performance data reveal that the number of people in England who are being forced to wait more than 18 weeks has risen by 26% in the last year, while the number who had to wait longer than six months has shot up by 43%.”
    What you get with BIG GOVERNMENT.
    Remember…
    BIG GOVERNMENT RUINS.
    Markets innovate, provide choice, and raise the standard of living.

  13. I find your headline hard to believe.
    What cross-street?

  14. Rich Fader says:

    Unfortunately, what has been seen with the mind’s eye cannot be unseen.

  15. Ragspierre says:

    But can STILL cause temporary optic nerve damage…!!!

  16. CaptainAmerica says:

    “That would be the BIG GOVERNMENT Gov. Good-Hair is begging to fix his wild fire situation, right?”
    No, stupid. Small government would do that.
    ***********
    He’s asking the Feds, you know, The Collective, to come down and bail his ass out even though there are already multiple federal agencies involved.
    So much for Governor Goodhair’s secession idea.

  17. Huey says:

    It always astonishes me what people will say to others (especially these days) in writing.
    I mean, it’s not as if anyone has ever betrayed the confidence of their former friends/spouses/lovers/employers, right?
    And it is such a reflection on Palin that she hired someone who would say such things, eh?
    http://www.thedailybeast.com/cheat-sheet/item/former-clinton-staffers-tell-all/betrayed/#
    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2008/05/28/time-mag-flashback-press-didnt-tell-all-books-about-president-clinton
    I guess that some people (brain dead or just hacks) would say stuff like “Seems like Palin has built a solid and well disciplined organization.
    Sure sounds like a leader to me.” when the “leak” at issue isn’t even from someone in her organization – but from someone she corresponded with – while Obama, Clinton, and Bush (and just about every President from Washington forward) has had highly placed, even life-long friends/advisors betray them.
    But, without, you know….the snark…

  18. Ragspierre says:

    “He’s asking the Feds, you know, The Collective, to come down and bail his ass out even though there are already multiple federal agencies involved.
    So much for Governor Goodhair’s secession idea.”
    Now is the time when we fiske Cap-i-tANUS…
    The Federal government is NOT the Collective, you stupid puke. It has a meaning…has since Nock first coined the term. LOOK IT UP.
    Is Gov. Perry asking to “have his ass bailed out”? Or is his request entirely different?
    List, with cites, the “multiple federal agencies” you can PROVE are involved.
    If Texas were its own nation, the U.S. would be helping it like it is currently with MEXICO…while DaWon tells Texas to drop dead.
    Gawd, you are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO StOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooopid…!!!

  19. CaptainAmerica says:

    “The closest regional office for Texas is in Denton.
    “This administration, through FEMA, has been working closely with the state throughout the duration of these fires, and we are supporting the firefighting efforts,” said Rachel Racusen, FEMA’s director of public affairs. “In fact, we have approved 25 fire management assistance grants to help cover expenses for these emergency response efforts.
    “Each of these grants covers 75 percent of the costs to fight the fire and many of the same emergency response needs that Gov. Perry was seeking assistance for.”
    A 26th grant was requested and approved after that interview.”
    Maybe Gov. Good hair shouldn’t of cut the budget to fight wildfires by
    40%.
    Time for Ragspierre to do some name-calling.

  20. Ragspierre says:

    Waiting for your cites, Cap-i-tANUS.
    “We have already qualified for the federal mutual aid grant which will help local volunteer fire departments recover up to 75 percent of the funds that they utilized during the fire, so that was correct in that stand point,” says County Judge David Nicklas of Palo Pinto County, an area ravaged by the wildfires.
    Read more: http://www.ktrh.com/cc-common/news/sections/newsarticle.html?feed=121300&article=8562418#ixzz1NJS8drlx
    Did you see the qualifiers in that quote, stupid? UP TO…that is not “75%” is it? Did you see the “VOLUNTEER fire department” part…???
    _________________________________________________________________
    “The criteria used by FEMA regarding federal disaster law is simple when evaluating a Governor’s request for a major disaster declaration. As I read through the list provided by FEMA, it appears the Texas wildfires should have been approved for aid per the primary factors.
    So, why was Texas denied when FEMA’s mission is to “support our citizens and first responders to ensure that as a nation we work together to build, sustain, and improve our capability to prepare for, protect against, respond to, recover from, and mitigate all hazards”?
    __________________________________________________________
    So…why, Cap-i-tANUS….???????????????????????????????

  21. Ragspierre says:

    Cap-i-tANUS…you said “multiple”.
    Are you walking back now….????
    You named FEMA. That is one.

  22. Ragspierre says:

    “Is Gov. Perry asking to “have his ass bailed out”? Or is his request entirely different?”
    Don’t forget that one, while you are Googling desperately…
    You stupid puke.

  23. Ragspierre says:

    http://nation.foxnews.com/wildfires/2011/05/13/obama-sends-wildfire-aid-mexico-not-texas
    By JOE GOMEZ
    Just last month the U.S. sent two Air force cargo planes to help Mexico battle back wildfires in the northern part of it’s country, fires that burned 386 square miles. It’s a move that West Texas Congressman Francisco Canseco (R-Fort Stockton) thinks is a hypocritical one by the Obama administration as Texas has requested the same sort of federal aid but has been denied it.
    Did you see those Hispanic names there, Cap-i-tANUS…????
    Obama wrote Texas off a LOOOOONG time ago for 2012. Texas has a LOT of Hispanic Conservatives.

  24. USA American says:

    Everything is multiple choice with the Enlightened “trial lawyer,” and the Borg Collective he runs with. It’s simple. Since it’s Gov. Hairdo whose screaming for federal aid, it’s ok, and therefore something other than what the Enlightened “trial lawyer” claims to despise.
    I suspect that the Enlightened “trial lawyer” is really a summer 1L who hasn’t gotten to his research h and writing class yet. It shows. If not, he knows how a court would treat his bale of straw, basket of fallacies, and ever-shifting goal posts. And his favorite toy – the distinction without difference.

  25. Ragspierre says:

    The UAssMORON AFTERNOON psychotic break and two-minute hate.
    Got ANYTHING but attacking me to add, there MORON?
    Disaster aid is a small government (i.e., constitutional) function.
    Idiot.

  26. Ragspierre says:

    OK, this should be fun…or at least an exercise…
    UAssMORON–
    his bale of straw,
    CITE TO ONE
    basket of fallacies
    CITE TO ONE
    ever-shifting goal posts.
    CITE TO ONE
    And his favorite toy – the distinction without difference.
    CITE TO ONE
    Poor stupid, lying, evil maggot…your little head is now spinning….

  27. USA American says:

    Kindly point out the disaster relief clause in the constitution. Link to it.

  28. Ragspierre says:

    General welfare AND Commerce, stupid phuc.
    Kinda like Admiralty law, you poor, evil cretin.
    But I’m waiting for you to cite…as in a direct, in context quote…to support your LIES.
    C’mon, sweet lips.

  29. Ragspierre says:

    Cap—-it—–ANUS….
    Don’t run, darlin’…!!!

  30. CaptainAmerica says:

    Grab a bicker and go put out some fires. Quit whining like some welfare queen.

  31. Ragspierre says:

    Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa–weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet surrender….
    Aw…honey, honey, HONNNEEEEEEE….!!!!

  32. CaptainAmerica says:

    Cool, homo-erotic imagery. You’re nothing if not predictable. And sick.
    Texas better get used to that hot dry weather. Global warming’s only gonna make it worse.
    So maybe Gov. Perry should stick that $34,000,000 in fire fighting finding he cut back in the budget.
    Then again he could just secede and solve everybody’s problem.

  33. Ragspierre says:

    “Cool, homo-erotic imagery.”
    Well, no. I always get this sweet, swishy feminine vibe from you.
    If you say you are a male (HA!), well, I have to take your word. But, HONEY…
    The Gov. doesn’t cut the budget in Texas, you stupid idiot.
    I can’t recall a cooler spring in Texas, fool.

  34. USA American says:

    The general welfare clause says nothing about disaster relief. Nor the commerce clause.

  35. Ragspierre says:

    The history of the period immediately after the Constitution was passed is very instructive in showing exactly what the document meant.
    You won’t find any number of things in the text of the Constitution that we know it intended.
    Of course, ANY history would exponentially help your stupid ass.
    I’m waiting for you to cite…as in a direct, in context quote…to support your LIES.

  36. Ragspierre says:

    UAssMORON, knowing ANY damn thing about the formation of America would be useful, too.
    But I figure you are a Zinn victim.
    Gawd, what stupid, evil people you Collectivists are…

  37. Ragspierre says:

    I just thought this was fun…
    But as Dennis Prager writes, “global warming is only the most recent doomsday scenario offered by the Left. Here is a small sample of some others:”
    Recall the Time and Newsweek cover stories about how heterosexual AIDS would become a national plague — since “AIDS doesn’t discriminate.” Skeptics who said at the time that heterosexual AIDS in America was largely a scare story were called “anti-science.” But Michael Fumento, the science writer who wrote “The Myth of Heterosexual AIDS,” first in Commentary magazine and then as a book, turned out to be right. In America it was a myth. At the Democratic National Convention in 2000, five children ages about five to eleven were featured; they recited lyrics about the doomsdays they could look forward to as they grew up in America. The first child, for example, said this: “When I grow up . . . Will I be able to see a rainbow in a smog-filled sky? Will there be any trees alive?”
    In his 1968 book, The Population Bomb, Stanford professor Paul Ehrlich wrote: “In the 1970s hundreds of millions of people will starve to death in spite of any crash programs embarked upon now. At this late date nothing can prevent a substantial increase in the world death rate.”
    Another doomsday prophecy from the Left: Two prominent feminist writers, Gloria Steinem and Naomi Wolf, wrote in their bestselling books, Revolution from Within and The Beauty Myth — and the news media reported — that 150,000 girls and women a year die of anorexia nervosa. The number is actually fewer than 100.
    There is one major difference between leftist and religious doomsday scenarios. The religious readily acknowledge that their doomsday scenario is built entirely on faith. The Left, on the other hand, claims that its doomsday scenarios are entirely built on science.
    Heh, heh…

  38. USA American says:

    Oh dear, the Enlightened “trial lawyer” is offering a rewrite of the constitution. He wants to treat it like a living document when it suits the needs of the Borg Collective.
    1L
    By the way, looks like you idiots just lost the NY 26th. Is our Borg Collectivists learning?

  39. USA American says:

    I also love the Enlightened 1L’s defense of the general welfare clause and the commerce clause to justify the expanded role of the federal government – I mean only in cases where the Borg Collective approves of course. The Borg Collective are very principled in their opposition to Big Government.

  40. Ragspierre says:

    Perhaps you can illuminate where in the Constitution you find the term District Court, idiot?
    Which article has the term “magistrate”?
    But, if you knew one flucking thing about the Constitution, you would not be the lying Collectivist puke you are, would you?
    Ever hear of the Articles of Confederation, liar? Each of the states was a “nation”, and one reason the Constitution (an experiment, BTW) came to be was that they had no provision for dealing with a national crisis.
    Always a pleasure to demonstrate what a stupid phuc you truly are…!!!

  41. Ragspierre says:

    “By the way, looks like you idiots just lost the NY 26th.”
    Holy Mole, a Deemocrat won an election in New York…!!!
    Course, the Collective had to lie, cheat and steal to eek out a “victory”.
    Typical.

  42. Ragspierre says:

    Oh, BTW, nishferatu, you are busted.
    I gave you the benefit of your lying word.
    But your syntax tells the story. You are SUCH a liar.