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Saturday, June 25, 2011

It's Saturday night

Posted By on Sat, Jun 25, 2011 at 4:43 PM

And you're live. Please note:

* ON WISCONSIN: The conservative justice barely re-elected in Wisconsin and an important cog in the right-wing junta there apparently tried to throttle a female member of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. His earlier excuse for cursing a female justice was that he was provoked by HER bullying. Expect more of same. She MADE me grab her by the throat, the bitch.

* WILLIE HORTON ANYONE?: As right-wing love for Rick Perry grows, perhaps some attention will be given to his approval of the execution of an innocent man, Cameron Todd Willingham.

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