(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by Stoneco86 » Thu, 28 Jul 2005 13:26:51


So now The New York Republican party consits of liberal Mike Blommberg,
Peter King, and a ball of yearn.
 
 
 

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by Lord Gow, rogue bull of the 333 » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 00:48:12


Quote:
> So now The New York Republican party consits of liberal Mike Blommberg,
> Peter King, and a ball of yearn.

Nice pun.

That was the subject of this morning's radio talk. In one hour not a single
caller supported Pataki, and we all chuckled at any presidential asperations
he may have.

Spitzer probably has it in the bag, but I'm still hoping for

ROO-DEE!!!
ROO-DEE!!!
ROO-DEE!!!
ROO-DEE!!!

LG
--
I want to remind you that success in life is based on hard slogging. There
will be periods when discouragement is great and upsetting, and the antidote
for this is calmness and fortitude and a modest yet firm belief in your
competence. Be sure that your priorities are in order so that you can
proceed in a logical manner, and be ever mindful that nothing will take the
place of persistence.
- Publisher and philanthropist Walter Annenberg in a letter to his son.

 
 
 

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by GoGoGadgetgirl » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 04:25:19

Quote:
> So now The New York Republican party consits of liberal Mike Blommberg,
> Peter King, and a ball of yearn.

Nice pun.

That was the subject of this morning's radio talk. In one hour not a
single
caller supported Pataki, and we all chuckled at any presidential
asperations
he may have.

Spitzer probably has it in the bag, but I'm still hoping for

ROO-DEE!!!
ROO-DEE!!!
ROO-DEE!!!
ROO-DEE!!!
---
Rudy G?  He's the one that made 40-duece Street boring, but clean.  Of
course the ***s, junkies and other lowlives scurried to the
sidestreets...Also, the subways don't have that Eau De***scent
anymore.

However, I get the feeling I'd have nightmares if he became the Gov.

 
 
 

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by David E. Powel » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 04:50:19

Quote:

> > So now The New York Republican party consits of liberal Mike Blommberg,
> > Peter King, and a ball of yearn.

> Nice pun.

> That was the subject of this morning's radio talk. In one hour not a
> single
> caller supported Pataki, and we all chuckled at any presidential
> asperations
> he may have.

Hm. I would wonder if running for Senate was up there? As for
Presidential aspirations, maybe no (He can't have a worse chance than
Mitt Romney) but maybe he is looking for VP.

Quote:
> Spitzer probably has it in the bag, but I'm still hoping for

> ROO-DEE!!!
> ROO-DEE!!!
> ROO-DEE!!!
> ROO-DEE!!!

Oh yeah. Guiliani has the good track to it if he wants it. He might be
thinking White House as well though. With Cheney saying he will retire
after 2008, this truly laves things wide open. Ironically, the party
out of the White House may have a better idea who will run for their
nomination than the one in it. But hey, if it shakes things up and gets
some fresh people into the primaries (at least) it is good for
Democracy, I guess.

I'm still waiting for the people mad at the gov't here in NJ for trying
to ban people smoking in their own cars to realize that yes, they can
vote the bums out if they don't like it. (And most people here,
nonsmokers included, think it is a ridiculous idea.) Just seems like a
disconnect. Especially with all the corruption investigations (with the
FBI now taking over after the state attorney general, apparently
friends with those involved, tried to sweep it under the rug) oh man,
State politics in New Jersey....

Quote:
> ---
> Rudy G?  He's the one that made 40-duece Street boring, but clean.

Yep.

  Of

Quote:
> course the ***s, junkies and other lowlives scurried to the
> sidestreets...Also, the subways don't have that Eau De***scent
> anymore.

That's always a good thing.

Quote:
> However, I get the feeling I'd have nightmares if he became the Gov.

More Saturday Night Live appearances, tap dancing with Christopher
Walken?
 
 
 

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by \ » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 05:06:33



Quote:



>> So now The New York Republican party consits of liberal Mike
>> Blommberg, Peter King, and a ball of yearn.

> Nice pun.

> That was the subject of this morning's radio talk. In one hour not a
> single caller supported Pataki, and we all chuckled at any
> presidential asperations he may have.

> Spitzer probably has it in the bag, but I'm still hoping for

> ROO-DEE!!!
> ROO-DEE!!!
> ROO-DEE!!!
> ROO-DEE!!!

> LG

*** Pataki and *** Spitzer. Yay ball of yearn!

--
"Mean Orlando" John Green-

Let the shadows of hell be unleashed on your blackened skin... and when
full devoured, the torture of your madness will dissolve into a weeping
montage, of a forgotten poster... and you will never...ever... be the
same again! - "Mean Orlando" John Green, making Smart Ape weep, 5/12/05

 
 
 

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by Stoneco86 » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 05:15:07

"*** Pataki and *** Spitzer. Yay ball of yearn!"

The yearn rules!!!!!

 
 
 

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by Zheroe » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 05:19:51


Quote:
> "*** Pataki and *** Spitzer. Yay ball of yearn!"

> The yearn rules!!!!!

The ball of yearn would definitely get the "Female Cats who turn their nose
up at Male Cats offerring them fish bones" vote.  Probably the Awesome Nina
vote as well.

--
- Zheroen

If life is but a dream, I'm an insomniac.

 
 
 

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by Lord Gow, rogue bull of the 333 » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 05:30:36



Quote:

>> > So now The New York Republican party consits of liberal Mike Blommberg,
>> > Peter King, and a ball of yearn.

>> Nice pun.

>> That was the subject of this morning's radio talk. In one hour not a
>> single
>> caller supported Pataki, and we all chuckled at any presidential
>> asperations
>> he may have.

> Hm. I would wonder if running for Senate was up there? As for
> Presidential aspirations, maybe no (He can't have a worse chance than
> Mitt Romney) but maybe he is looking for VP.

>> Spitzer probably has it in the bag, but I'm still hoping for

>> ROO-DEE!!!
>> ROO-DEE!!!
>> ROO-DEE!!!
>> ROO-DEE!!!

> Oh yeah. Guiliani has the good track to it if he wants it. He might be
> thinking White House as well though. With Cheney saying he will retire
> after 2008, this truly laves things wide open. Ironically, the party
> out of the White House may have a better idea who will run for their
> nomination than the one in it. But hey, if it shakes things up and gets
> some fresh people into the primaries (at least) it is good for
> Democracy, I guess.

> I'm still waiting for the people mad at the gov't here in NJ for trying
> to ban people smoking in their own cars to realize that yes, they can
> vote the bums out if they don't like it.

Erie County (NY in case Hillary is reading) is just starting to awaken to
this idea. Meanwhile 7 out of 15 legislators planning to get out of Dodge
this coming election.

"They're on to us! RUN!!!"

LG (watching from the Niagara Co. sidelines)
--
I want to remind you that success in life is based on hard slogging. There
will be periods when discouragement is great and upsetting, and the antidote
for this is calmness and fortitude and a modest yet firm belief in your
competence. Be sure that your priorities are in order so that you can
proceed in a logical manner, and be ever mindful that nothing will take the
place of persistence.
- Publisher and philanthropist Walter Annenberg in a letter to his son.

 
 
 

(NYT) Gov. George E. Pataki to not seek a fourth term as governor of New York.

Post by Stoneco86 » Fri, 29 Jul 2005 06:04:48

Quote:
> The yearn rules!!!!!

"The ball of yearn would definitely get the "Female Cats who turn their
nose
up at Male Cats offerring them fish bones" vote.  Probably the Awesome
Nina
vote as well"

Lol I wonder what ever happened to that wacky gang..