"Washington is a Hollywood for ugly people. Hollywood is a Washington for the simpleminded."
Great work Comrade Opiate of the People! So glad we didn't have to vote on anything. I'm tired of voting again and again and again...........................
Hmm. . .
2)d (close, with c as a close candidate)
8.b (Anyone of them is a good candidate)
9)a (C is close, but the poor sap is just some young fool. Gore on the other hand canceled his trip when the evidence showed up, he know's his balls are in the lockbox)
Commissar Elliot, ACORN is a good choice to cast your votes for you. They rigidly adhere to the progressive principle of fair elections: one man, seventeen to thirty votes. I wonder, did many members do cameos in the Stuart Smalley thing? Or was all of that just wise progressive vote adjustment at the official level?
In the past we also had the Silver Shovel Award that comes with an extra ration of one (1) potato, named after the original silver shovelwhich magically repelled the demonic forces of moonbatic mimes (it only worked on full moons).
Opiate of the PeopleCommissar Elliot, ACORN is a good choice to cast your votes for you. They rigidly adhere to the progressive principle of fair elections: one man, seventeen to thirty votes. I wonder, did many members do cameos in the Stuart Smalley thing? Or was all of that just wise progressive vote adjustment at the official level?
Probably the latter, it's all about making sure the votes are counted based not upon numbers, but all the credits that go with it.
Comrade Whoopie, czars are only appointed when the government needs to "help out" the private sector with things the poor dears are no good at, like running auto companies. When it comes to
The Political Oscar Academy is thinking of awarding a special award to Obama Advisor-Without-Portfolio and Senate Foreign Relations Committee chairperson Sen. John "Lurch" Kerry, who recently applied for and was denied a visa to visit Iran. Comrades, it is not every day a senior member of the governing body of the world's most concilliatory pro-Iranian utopia has the door slammed in his face by the object of his affections like he was some two-bit door-to-door pickle salesman or something. It's really a tough job trying to make friends with other countries again after all the years of ill will built up by those Bush assholes. So, in recognition of that fact and because John may be a bit down and need an "atta boy", the Academy will be awarding him with the first annual "Nice Try At A Difficult Job" Award:
And I am also support decision to eliminate most over rated option of voting. Is only importent who COUNTS votes anyway so just allow Party Central Committee to count what they determine votes will be to start with and save everyone effort that can be better spent supporting People's Agenda.
ACORN and SEIU already know how to handle this, anyway. Will be good practice for 2010 show elections.
1. b for Barry
2. c (d was invisible)
3. a (d was a close second - how fitting that Dear Leader gets more than 1 nomination)
5. a and d (tie)
7. I think it's a four-way tie; if I have to pick, I'd say a
8. I'm going to say a and d because the other 2 haven't quite happened/flopped yet
9. a for Al
10. a, because the Obamas weren't successful this time, and Pelosi is the highest-ranking of those listed who were.
(my fav, I think) :)
Komsomolka Olga Katrina3. a (d was a close second - how fitting that Dear Leader gets more than 1 nomination)
Comrade, Chairman Obama under the direction of his new drama coach TOTUS has authored so many fine performances this season, nominations committee found itself in turmoil deciding which to EXCLUDE from honors. And his craft continues to impress; it seems each time he opens his mouth in public, it is an award-winning moment.
Komsomolka Olga Katrina8. I'm going to say a and d because the other 2 haven't quite happened/flopped yet
Nominations committee decided to add b. and c. because both productions appear to be very unpopular with audicences. Then again, what do audiences know anyway, eh?
Imagine my delight in finding that Question #4 had ALL FOUR nominations for Dear Leader! That just goes to show how busy he is with such important roles!!
Referring to #8, that is a good point. They have come quite close to happening, so it's good to bring attention to such Landmark(TM) events. It was only a technicality.
Regarding Caldera's Honorable Mention, could we perhaps consider Chuck Schumer for so brilliantly casting him in the role of "Bush hack"?
Comrade Schumer did impress the Nominations Committee with a late-season role which came too late for the 2010 awards but should make the list for next year. I'm referring to his tour-de-force portrayal of a selfish a$$hole who delays a planeload of people from taking off with his stupid cellphone conversation and then calls an attendant "bitch" when she politely reminds him of the requirement that it be shut off (gee, if a non-prog said that, it would be sexist, wouldn't it) in the knee-slapping comedy "Next Time Take the Train".
I'd like to nominate Henry Louis Gates Jr. for his role as a oppressed college professor in "My beer with Barry"
I will not cast my final vote until I am contacted by Central Planning and "advised" of how I should vote.
100% InfidelI'm stunned that there is no "Best supporting useful Idiot" category.
A great idea, but there were so many eligible candidates for that category that the Committee simply didn't have time to decide. Perhaps next time.