Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Countdown Live Blog: 12/17/08

I'll spare you the numbers tonight.

The Tie: Red with small white dots.

Number 5: Flying Footwear Day Four. A Bronx fireman protesting a small island fire station closing and a angered New Yorker fighting higher fares threatened to throw shoes at The Man. Meanwhile, in Iraq, more protests and humor keeping their soles on, and Matt Hasselbeck sister-in-law's angst after being left out of one of the White House parties let Joy Behar go barefoot on The View. (Thank you, Mr. McHale!) Meanwhile, Eugene Robinson is told that "There's no business like shoe business." (Insert groans here.)

Meanwhile in Central Pennsylvania, in "W. is for Whitewash," Adolph XLII continued the revisionist history tour by telling the War College that there hasn't been any terrorist attacks since 9/11 in the USA, when there hasn't been bringing up 9/11 and blaming himself. Richard Wolffe asks "What about Madrid, London, Mumbai and other places?"

Number 4:
Once again, more "W. Is For Whitewash" citing that everything he says is a lie. Frank Rich from The New York Times drops by to tell us that Adolph Bush XLIII's legacy is limited to pure bull-you-know-what. What was the straw that broke the camel's back? Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans and standing there saying that everything was okay.

Oddball: Let's celebrate the anniversary of Ford Madox Ford's birth. When is a store closed not closed at 3 AM in the morning? When a four-year-old playing with toys enters. Twiggy the Water Skiing Squirrel has The Generalimissio Billo Created War on Christmas on his mind.

Best Persons: 3 - Defense Secratary Paul Wolfowitz filled his BMW but forgot putting the nozzle back. Whoops! 2 - Budweiser loses a lawsuit back of their name trademarked by a Czech brewery in 1958. Czech please. 1 -
And in San Antonio a robber at Mickey D's got nothing and did not love it.

Musical Segue: Insert a title here, cause I had no idea.

Number 3: Blagogate, Day whatever. President-elect Obama continues with yesterday's breaking story about the 21 wiretaps but the Chicago Sun-Times writers mentioned her name the same way Michael Weinersavage did in having his segment (and his show) cancelled on MSNBC, and won't release the report about him and Blago until next week. Meanwhile, Newt Gingrich agreed with Obama. The Illinois Supreme Court denied the unfit to serve lawsuits filed, so let the impeachment fun begin, and Blago won't assign a new senator to Obama's seat. The Chicago Tribune's Clarence Page joins us and fills us in.

Bushed!: 3 - Blackwater and Adolph downplayed the murder of the Iraqi Veep bodyguard. 2 - Condi continues the nonsense on Halliburton, and where all the money went. Go run the Detroit Lions, bitch. 1 - Intel again still whitewashing about Iraq and WMD all over the world.

Number 2: Worst Person in the World

Bronze - Fixed Going Out of Business Network's Publicity Department sends out a Holiday Card with Jim Cramer's likeness as The Grinch. Gee, Billo, what do you think? JBL got one I guess.
Silver - Berlin's Free Democrats propose that the poor people of Germany's capital go out acting like "The Pied Piper of Hamlin".
Gold - Former Beauty Queen and Fixed and Fiends co-hostess Grethen Carlson makes up the lies about the Blagogate Report with ties to Obama.

Number 1: Name your kid after what many consider the worst ruler in history outside the current resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue (and my inspiration for his current name here,) have the local ShopRite deny writing his name on his third birthday cake, and go to Walmart instead. Rachael Maddow's here to start her show early to tell the story of little Adolf Hitler Campbell.

Pass the fruitcake, I'll see you tomorrow.

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