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TJTaygee’s – Forget the Alamo, Remember Colorado!

bog_cary.jpg TJ Carey Grant avatarjustification for a long wait…

To those of you, who  have experienced personal harm due to interactions with Liar-Larr, I feel I must apologize, as well as find it necessary (quite happily so) to congratulate you.

 

Your adherence to the pursuit of observing Liar-Larr to his ultimate demise was well-warranted…as was my mere follow-along in amusement.

 

I never got involved in watching the train wreck, that is Liar-Larr, out of a need for seeing him achieve his comeuppance.  I watched because his ever-dissolving credibility (while he briefly had any at all) was fun to observe.  And, of course, I occasionally became annoyed with what I perceived to be easily disproven untruths – over which I occasionally went into internet battles with the Liar-Larr, never with any intent further than lampooning him for his nonsense.

 

But you, some of you, were at the very least threatened and most definitely harassed by the Liar-Liar-Larr, most often for simply investigating his claims and pointing-out inaccuracies and what were in many cases easily prove-able lies.

 

Getting back to the apology – I have for some time come to the conclusion that Liar-Larr is no longer worth the effort.  I would peruse The Regulator (and later The RegulatorToo) and Liar-Larr’s “news” blog for the occasional humor of it.  More and more rarely, for sense of camaraderie (which I still feel).  But, given the numerous failures of Liar-Larr to make any impact at all, his dwindling (and now non-existent) relevance to any political operation, and not least of all the total lack of the second book – long after it could have even a smidgen of relevance – I was not seeing the real point in paying that much attention any further.

 

But, Liar-Larr’s own actions have caught up with him legally, and he is seeing real consequences for those actions. I was wrong.  It has been worth the wait.  And for my error, I do sincerely apologize.

 

I also congratulate those of you that did experience harm.  Whether or not for his actions against you, he has met a measure of long-overdue justice.  Even if nothing comes of the current warrant (and I hesitate to make yet another prediction, outspoken or not), he has been called to task for his own transgressions, and I hope and believe you find some reward in this latest news.

 

Rejoice that I was wrong.  Rejoice that Liar-Larr was and is a failure.

 

And hell, why not – hope that Liar-Larr is truly brought to justice.

 

Remember Colorado!

 

TJTaygee

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Mr. President & the belle of the Ball

de93309f7735bea406e160cec85e11e9Ruthie says: “Hi Everyone…. I don’t know how to post a picture, but we really need one of the Inaugural Ball Dance where President Obama is once again “pretending not to be gay” with the lovely Michelle.  I laughed when I heard she was wearing Jimmy Choo shoes.  It always reminds me of Mitch & Nan when I hear JImmy Choo.

Love to all…”

Eat your heart out POS!

Barack Obama, Michelle Obama

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Suck it up FatBoy!

Michelle Obama knocks one out of the park!


The First Lady’s emotional speech on the first night of the Democratic convention gave everyone  just what they wanted: a reason to fall in love with Barack Obama all over again, nearly four years into a presidency that has left him a little battered.

“For Barack, success isn’t about how much money you make, it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives,”

  “I have seen firsthand that being president doesn’t change who you are — no, it reveals who you are.”

(CNN) — If Barack Obama is re-elected on November 6, he will owe more to his first lady than any president ever to win a second term.

“She is now a pro. No one since Mrs. Kennedy has worked the camera more astutely or more purposefully to help her husband — the best way is still to be seen as an exemplary first lady. And she looked the part, shimmering in a silky pink sleeveless dress, smiling even more than usual as she spoke of serious things. “- article from the NY Times

Watch the speech for yourself….

Michelle Obama knocked one out of the park at the Democratic National Convention, but also knocked it out of the Twitterverse. The First Lady’s Tuesday night speech about her husband and the Obama family at the Democratic National Convention drove 28,003 tweets-per-minute at its peak, nearly double the 14,289 mark reached by Mitt Romney‘s acceptance speech at the Republican convention last week…..By the end of its first night, the Democratic Convention as a whole had sparked more than 3 million tweets, nearing the 4 million point reached by the entirety of last week’s Republican Convention… So, just what makes for such a viral convention speech? Michelle Obama’s comments about the future and the American dream were particularly popular on the social media site and her rallying cry, “we’ve got so much more to do,” saw a spike of 22,004 Tweets-per-minute. Not one to let his wife soak up all the buzz, President Barack Obama joined in, taking to Twitter from his couch in the White House, (here’s the actual tweet)  sharing a photo of himself and his two daughters — or “Michelle’s biggest fans” — watching the speech.

 The “Mom-in-Chief ”

President Obama and his daughters, Malia, left, and Sasha, watch on television as First Lady Michelle Obama delivers her speech at the Democratic National Convention, at the White House, on Tuesday night. – photo credit of  The White House.

Now That’s Class!

Michelle Obama’s singular mission last night was to convince Americans that she and the President deeply understand the real challenges facing Americans today, and she aced it.

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Gilligan We Miss You…Get Well Soon!

Our Gilligan has been ill and hopefully she’ll rejoin us soon.

Email me if you want to send her your best wishess via email.  (sheilaatl1@gmail.com)

HURRY BACK, GILLI!  WE LOVE YOU!

***On another note, I’ve sent everyone a WordPress invitation that will allow all of you to become “authors” thus, allowing you to edit your posts.  🙂

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