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not so random thought of the day

Tom DeLay is a tool.

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Well, his nickname is "The Hammer," right?

Nevermind...

I believe there is something inherently wrong with anyone whose last name is an intransitive verb

... or not depending on who you are

But do you think he's hot?

So who would win in a fight: Tom DeLay or Ted Nugent?

I gotta go with Uncle Ted.

That's a fine grasp of the obvious you have there, michele.

You are probably right but since you were uncharacteristically terse I have to ask what made you come to this epithany? A tool for whom?

In related news, scientists have discovered that water is, and I quote, "wet".

When I see people actually praise Delay I want to puke all over the place.

Delay and Nugent are both complete tools. I particularily hate Nugent, as he thinks he rocks out with his cock out, but his music SUCKS ASS (goddamn Cat Scratch Fever was a fluke) and his cock is probably more like a dinky.

Happy 420.

What tool? C-clamp? pliers? level?

The question is not that Delay is a tool, but exactly which member of Congress is not.

DeLay is more a tool then your avg congress person.

Sure he's a tool... He knows it, we know it... but he's an EFFECTIVE tool, which is why he's being smeared by the Democrats.

What? You don't think that LBJ or Tip O'Neil weren't tools also?

Let's face it, almost all pols are tools (as Darleen has noted), especially in the "none derogative" sense.

I'm gonna buck the trend and say:

are you freakin' nuts people?

Intead of bagging on him, explain why you think so. I think he's been an extremely effective minority whip and now majority leader.

The guy used run a bug extermination company, which would lead to the probability that sometime in his life he got "plumbers crack!" The guy is a total ass clown!

Gotta agree with StrobeAlific....

When the critics who demand he appear before the ethics panel are of the same party that is preventing said panel from meeting, you've got to question their motives.

When the critics who demand he appear before the ethics panel are of the same party that is preventing said panel from meeting, you've got to question their motives.

Charlie,

I'd argue that the Dems are right. The Reps wouldn't investigate DeLay to the full extent he deserves. That would be like asking any other criminal to have his best friend investigate and punish him.

My random thought had nothing to do with DeLay's critics.

His tool-ness stands on its own merits.