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Maureen Dowd, Back to The High Life Again?

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Been posting about The Dowd for years … somehow giving her chance after chance has rarely born fruit.

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She's as bitter as a wet cat, right now, and not afraid to show it.

From the New York Times.

FORE! Score? And seven trillion rounds ago, our forecaddies brought forth on this continent a new playground, conceived by Robert Trent Jones, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal when it comes to spending as much time on the links as possible — even when it seems totally inappropriate, like moments after making a solemn statement condemning the grisly murder of a 40-year-old American journalist beheaded by ISIL.

I know reporters didn’t get a chance to ask questions, but I had to bounce. I had a 1 p.m. tee time at Vineyard Golf Club with Alonzo Mourning and a part-owner of the Boston Celtics. Hillary and I agreed when we partied with Vernon Jordan up here, hanging out with celebrities and rich folks is fun.

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Now we are engaged in a great civil divide in Ferguson, which does not even have a golf course, and that’s why I had a “logistical” issue with going there. We are testing whether that community, or any community so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure when the nation’s leader wants nothing more than to sink a birdie putt.

Seriously, Maureen?!

Bush cut more brush at his Ranch, and it was a bit farther away, clocking as many  vacay hours into Texas than Obama could ever aspire to.

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The president golfed. FVX nation both outraged and outrageous.

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I didn't think they'd be finding this level of Regressive Righteousness so handily, and at the deep end of decades of political fencing.

A month that appeared to hold a 'wild, wild west' extravaganza with badder-ass arms and bullets, a lynch flash-mob, military tanks and then by gawd shared a little whiskey to Boot at the golf club to unwind for an impossibly short time.

Deal. Done.

But uh oh - the president handling some new and massive idjitry … Bill O'Reilly had to shut his luxe vacation down and lumber back home. To talk some more smack about President Barack Obama

BLO'Reilly had to leave his vacation manse and demand that his driver proceed to to step on it … wheels up!

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One presumes he crowned himself King of Hate Television. On the Fear Channel.

From those awesome persons at Mediaite

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Billo O'Really(?)/ O'Reilly of Fvx Noise, Pontificates On the Wild, Wild Weird

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Who but Bill O'Reilly in character would expound for an ear-bleeding amount of  Unfiltered Hate and its superbly derisive condescension?

O'Reilly … one of the most distasteful of the bitter dregs Fvx Nation busily crafts , it is a vergl cottage industry … I'ms sure the GOP ostentatious manner. It's rather certain  about to employ him at Walmart or something that would keep you on a more mellow frequency.

I fancy the suspect he does that smug 'Word of the Day' bit less for conservative sheeple and more of an Idjuts Hubris.

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Apologies for the FVX,  but O'Reilly also brayed at length about his "Moral Instructions For Black People", from Media Matters:

Bill O'Reilly's proclivity for using tragedies and racial disparities to lecture the black community was on full display in the wake of the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager at the hands of police in Ferguson, Missouri.

The St. Louis suburb has erupted in demonstrations following the death of Michael Brown, a black, unarmed teenager allegedly gunned down by police while he tried to run away. The unrest has prompted Brown's parents and civil rights leaders to call for peaceful protests and justice over the wrongful death.

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On the August 12 edition of The O'Reilly Factor, O'Reilly attributed Brown's father's calls for justice to "talking through an emotional prism," adding that "many, many African Americans believe" that Brown was murdered "without knowing the facts." He wondered if the black community deserves criticism for viewing Brown's death as an injustice.

Now they could do Monster Mash at The Factor … Billo and the inevitable Posse might be considering O'Reilly in the West Wing, after deciding to belly up to the bar like real men and throw back a cocktail or five -- then hurl his hat in the ring of presidential material …

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Eric Cantor Pulls Off a semi-Palin, K Street Needs Him STAT

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Cantor, I hope there's a spot open at Liberty College … those who turn out not to be the RWNJ's cup o'tea tend to zoom right down there, and it IS in Virginia … but the lobbyist alternative is WAY more income friendly - and K Street loves 'em some ex-Congressionals. And they pay accordingly.

Cantor has also had the extremist balls to demand  a costly special election from Virginia Governor Terry McCauliffe, the unexpected new Governor of olde Virginia.

Something tells me that Guv'nah McAuliffe isn't heartbroken to wave him off to the private sector.

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From MSNBC's Ed Shultz:

Ralph Nader and Doug Heye,former spokesperson for Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA), a Cantor ex-staffer now, was the non-wonky but deeply funny GOP guest on Bill Maher Friday night. Great material! From Realtime HBO/Raw Story/Mediate.

And some Overtime with Ralph Nader and Doug Heye, former spokesperson for Rep. Eric Cantor (R-VA).

Cantor coverage at The Carnival's archives, here at this link.

One of the best articles about Quitter Cantor (did he conference call La Palin for quitter tutoring?) came from The Federalist, of all places:

Eric Cantor just announced that he is quitting his House seat on August 18. Why did Cantor quit? There are three reasons.

1) He’s given up on the lame duck session. The last week of this legislative session has been no fun whatsoever for House Republicans, and there’s no sign the lame duck session is going to be any better.

2) Cantor has checked out. For at least the past ten years.

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3) To start the lobbying ban clock five months early. The House bars former members from lobbying for one whole year. So by quitting early, Cantor can move into his new K Street digs in August of 2015 instead of January 2016. So on behalf of the 7th District, let me bid Eric Cantor goodbye—and good riddance.

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Eric Cantor needs a whopper of a Farewell Party from Fvx Nation … at least he was an Idjit of long standing, a couple Congressional decades (from hell) will scamper off and merrily retire with him.

When The Federalist turned on Cantor, they went for the jugular. Like a True Blood maneuver.

Couldn't happen to a better man.

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