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He’s Still At It

CNN has the latest from Florida’s best-known Congresscritter: Rep. Grayson calls Cheney a vampire

NEW YORK (CNN)– Controversial freshman Rep. Alan Grayson, who has become famous for attacking the Republicans’ health care plan, went on the attack again Friday night, calling former Vice President Dick Cheney a vampire for his recent criticism of the Obama administration’s handling of the war in Afghanistan.

Well, that would explain the pallor and the new crypt dungeon basement under Blair House that Dick had built.

You have to wonder where Grayson gets those 1930s ties that he wears, and he really should apologize to Neanderthals for comparing them to Republicans.

The search is still on to find someone to run against Grayson, despite all of the huffing and puffing the FGOP does.


1 cookie jill { 10.25.09 at 1:02 pm }

Grayson can wear any tie he wants to IMHO…just so long as he keeps up the “truth telling.”

Love the guy.
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2 Bryan { 10.25.09 at 1:26 pm }

It’s just that looking like an extra in an old Edward G. Robinson movie tends to detract from his message. It is sort of a time warp feeling.

3 hipparchia { 10.25.09 at 8:09 pm }

f = formerly? [in fgop]

i’m not sure the ties detract from the message.
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4 Bryan { 10.25.09 at 9:05 pm }


They are just incongruous, and around here generally worn by used car salesmen.

In the picture accompanying the article he was wearing a dark chalk-stripe suit, dark blue shirt, and a white and blue cubist tie. I was waiting for Peter Lorre to show up.

5 Kryten42 { 10.26.09 at 12:28 am }

They are just incongruous, and around here generally worn by used car salesmen.

I thought they wore bow-ties… no? Or am I thinking of the fuller brush and aluminum cladding salesmen? 😆

6 Bryan { 10.26.09 at 12:16 pm }

The only people who wear bow-ties [other than with formal wear] in the US these days are wingnut pundits on TV… who have a lot in common with the aforementioned groups.