CQ’s Matthew Spieler praises “Red State Dems,” including Jon Tester.

USA Today: “Senators who weakened drug bill got millions from industry”; with graphic that includes a certain Montana Senator.

Matt Singer sees in Lange’s sacking the result of his compromise with the Good Guv. That is, the MT GOP wants to be more combative and obstructionist…

Jeff Mangan pitches in his two cents on the end of the special session…

The AP is reporting that the Governor’s “square deal” made it nearly intact through the Montana legislature.

Singer examines the “Give it Back” website and its backer, Steve Daines, and thinks something fishy is going on. I have to agree: why would someone start this movement now, when it was too late? Seems to be an anti-Schweitzer political ad, if you ask me…

jhwygirl is a little appalled at all the recent nutso crime in Missoula.

Steve Benen: “On the one hand, they hate frivolous lawsuits. On the other hand, they hate gay people. What’s a conservative movement to do?”

Wolfowitz: “It’s my girlfriend’s fault.” Classy. Let’s hope he loses his job and his girlfriend.

Gonzalez: “It’s McNulty’s fault.” Classy. Let’s hope he loses his job and…and…his dignity? Already gone.

Democrats are falling down on lobbying reform. Remember why we voted for you, you c*cksuckers!

Republicans are gloomy about the state of the party, blame Bush.

Fox News mixes up race and voter fraud, apparently scaring up support for Republicans’ phony voter fraud claims.

Fred Thompson passes muster with secret right-wing foreign policy group, the Council for National Policy.

Newt edging towards a presidential bid? Oh man, I hope so.

So…both the Iraqi parliament and the US Congress want us to withdraw from Iraq. Mitch McConnell: “…if they vote to ask us to leave, we’ll be glad to comply with their request.” Colby wants to know why the Iraqis’ vote is more important than Congress’.

An update on the state of the Feingold-Reid bill to cut off funding for Iraq. Presidential campaign politics enter the mix…

Josh Marshall on the death of US soldiers in Iraq: “…the service and sacrifice wash the death clean of the folly of the leaders who ordered them into battle.”

Leave it to the Bush administration to make John Ashcroft look like a paragon of restraint and a man more committed to his country than his pet ideologies.

Oops. MSNBC quotes a satire site on Jerry Falwell. I guess they should reconsider outsourcing their producing to India…

Ed Kemmick realizes his corporate overlords think an Indian bus-boy could do his job, sweats.

Jon Stewart on “ongoing investigations.”

Colbert pays homage to Tony Blair.

  1. noodly appendage

    BTW, Steve Daines of giveitback is a good guy, honest guy, reasonable guy.

  2. Oh, I don’t know the guy. It’s just that the timing of the group and its site is suspicious and shadowy.

    If you do know the guy, ask him what he’s up to!

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