Tuesday, September 22, 2009


Democratic State Chair Nancy DiNardo showed up at the State Capitol yesterday to decry the sinister Governor M. Jodi Rell in a laughable, inarticulate, fat-tongued whine that we are happy to see was caught on film by CT News Junk.

I am please to see that she has heeded advice to stop wearing plasticated animal pelts as clothes. This outfit looks like it was actually made out some kind of cloth.

She feels the Governor needs to explain why she did not heed the advice of her own legal counsel concerning an attempt to line item veto portions of a budget she would not sign.

I think what is in greater need of explanation is why legislative Democrats facing a $9 billion deficit refused to make significant cuts to our bloated government and chose to bond such a large portion of it.

Thanks for the boring rhetoric Nancy. Ct Dems can put you back in the closet so you can continue drooling into a cup now.


Connecticut Man1 said...

It was awfully quiet here for a while. I figured either you went on vacation or someone let the candle burn out in your pumpkin head? lol jk

Ya seen the scandal brewing in Arkansas with Blue Dog Mike Ross?

Headless Horseman said...

Yeah, I decided to come back and stink the Internet up a little bit again.

Nope. I'll go check it out.

mccommas said...

Well what the hell was that all about?

I am angry that Rell did not veto the budget but I am mean and cranky conservative. RINO Rell lived up to her name once again.

Why does DiNardo have a bee in her bonnet about?

It’s a Democrat budget. Why isn't she happy?

It is my understanding that Rell was told that she could not use the line item veto if she refused to sign it. She knew of this before the deadline and decided not to sign it anyway -- for whatever stupid reason that was.

She also could have vetoed it but didn't. So do I have this wrong?

Is Rell now trying to use her line item veto anyway?

What is fool trying to say exactly?

In any event it was entertaining. I noted the pained expressions on some of the reporters’ faces.

Very funny.