George W. Bush scribbled on American flags at a rally in Michigan, July, 2003.

DAMFA

Friday, October 31, 2003

HAPPY HALLOWEEN

PoeDamfaudio 1998 - "Ill Angels"

A Homicide/Edgar Allen Poe Damfaudio from back in the day. Happy Halloween from the Damfaudio archives.

Wednesday, October 29, 2003

DON'T FORGET THE HIDDEN AUDIO

Ferret

LOW RATINGS ZONE
Raven

Fox News Channel's "O'Reilly Factor" at 8 p.m. was down 30 percent to 1.86 million while 7 p.m.'s "The Fox Report with Shepard Smith" dipped 25 percent to 1.2 million since last October.

"I WOULD ASSUME THAT THEY'RE EITHER, OR, AND PROBABLY"

Q & A with WDamfacrats used to complain that Dubya never gave press conferences. On second thought, back to back days of Bush Q & A gets pretty demanding.

Tuesday, October 28, 2003

NORTH COUNTRY SUPPORTER SUBMITS QUICKTIME

Props A Gander- Rat Dodger

Clever. Troubling. True.

(Right-click, Save Target, and Play).

"AGAIN, I WILL REPEAT MYSELF"

Click-a-pic

Bush scribbles on flags in Midwest, Summer 2003


BUZZFLASH RUNDOWN

From "One Citizen" to all of us:

New GOP logo

Paul Wellstone was such a good guy and Rep. Jim McDermott still is. Damfacrats aren't so sure about Mara Liason.

Cher and Damfacrats have this much in common: they have both called C-SPAN and gotten on the air.

RAVEN & LIZA PONDER PAY RAISES; GARCIA STILL NEEDS NO DAY JOB

6,000 of our troops still need the high Kevlar vests in Iraq, and our economy is in turmoil. Why is a Congressional pay not linked to job performance and success as with the rest of the country?

Raven submits this analysis:

Members of the first Congress back in 1789 received $6 a day for their services. By 1855 they earned $3,000 a year and in 1865, the year the Civil War ended, they received $5,000.

Other salary landmarks:

1907-1925--------$7,500

1925-1932--------$10,000

1947-1955--------$12,500

1955-1965--------$22,500

1965-1969--------$30,000

1969-1975--------$42,500

1983-------------$69,800

1987-------------$89,500

1992-------------$129,500 (no honoraria allowed)
1993-------------$133,600

1999-------------$136,700

2000-------------$141,300

2001-------------$145,100

2002-------------$150,000

2003-------------$154,700

Only one House member - Rep. Jim Matheson, D-Utah - voiced objections to the congressional increase.

Damfa is not sure what "honoraria" means.

In other money news, Raven reports that Jerry Garcia is still among the top twenty deceased earners, at 5 million, and wonders what Jerry did with it all, after purchasing the $5 T-shirts he always wore.

CHRISTIANS FOR HATE

Over at GWB Will You Please Go Now they can pick a pic.

Monday, October 27, 2003

AN EARLY START

Hardball reports that Al Sharpton began preaching at age 4 and was an ordained minister by age 9.

Sunday, October 26, 2003

POLITICAL DEBATE IN DETROIT
Damfa

Live Report:

Lieberman is being a cheap-shot lowlife attack artist who is getting booed and deserves it.

Damfacrats were suprised at how nice the Fox question panel was back at the Philadelphia debate. No surprises tonight.

The summer's unity is falling apart, even though it was a successful strategy. Now Dean, Lieb and Kerry are stabbing everyone in the back, such that we don't hear enough anti-Bush rhetoric. Unsuccessful.

"We gonna have the battle between the Christian Right and the right Christians." says Rev. Al Sharpton, to thunderous applause.

Gwen IfillTo Dean's claim that his lack of foreign policy experience can be remedied by having good advisors, Kerry notes how successful that was for Bush and says "we're electing a President of the United States not a staff." It's so cool how Dean deliberately mispronounces Jerry Falwell's name. It almost sounds like "foul well."

It's nice that John Edward speaks out so strongly against the problems with the Patriot Act. He voted for it.

Gwen Ifill from PBS joins in the "pretend not to understand and mischaracterize the record" abuse of General Clark. Did Fox put an envelope of compromising photographs under her door? Basically, if your ideas become too complex, they will appear inconsistent to those who cannot simultaneously hold in their minds two competing yet reasonable notions.

"If you wanna live like a Republican you gotta vote for the Democrats." Gephart likes this one, as he should.

Thanks Gwen, for pointing out that Edwards is a trial lawyer who is "supposed to be compromised by that." What kind of photos were they?

One panel member claimed in a question that Kucinich proposed "replacing" the DOD with a Department of Peace. He did not, although Damfacrats love his new Dept. of Peace idea.

Ifill correctly calls Lieb "Bush-Lite" and he tries to stick the label onto Clark. Will this guy please drop out today?

Clark is trying to follow his handler's advice too much. He seems uncertain and speaks poorly at times. His inexperience shows. He is in danger of seming a little whacko at times. He should probably stop smiling when he is attacked but he is wise not to return any attacks. He is the best candidate by far.

BUSH BROS CONTROL SPORTS?

Orange, man Nah. But Texas won the NBA and Florida won MLB and NFL. Too bad for the Bushs, little Damfatown University knocked off U of Texas on the way to the NCAA men's basketball championship title.

BUZZFLASH RUNDOWN
Damfa

When it comes to computer voting, Damfacrats' motto is "Always Get a Receipt."

Robert ZimmermanIt was 40 years ago today that Bob Dylan premiered "The Times They are A Changin." Damfacrats wonder if Dylan would approve of Damfaudio.

A Bush-voter apologizes to the world in former Damfatown newspaper.

Fox News wanted to sue The Simpsons, a show on Fox, for using a parody news crawler. The Hamster has the full story.

Petrolican GirlZ GoNe WiLd

CAUSE A STINK

New Damfaudio - "Cause a Stink"

Military Funeral

Bush Administration fights filtering with filtering. Including banning cameras from American air bases when a coffin returns from Iraq. Even the crack squad at Fox News Watch couldn't defend it.

Jim Pinkerton deserves to be taken out of context. Reagan speech writer Peggy Noonan gives her immediate review of this Damfaudio, which also happened to be her review of the CBS Reagan movie, which she hadn't seen or read: "basic, kinda dumb and vulgar idealogical propaganda."

Al Sharpton spoke at the peace march in Washington and so did the father of a lost soldier.

MAN-HANDS ANN TALKING DOLL

Damfacrats aren't sure how we missed this one. Thanks to Timshel and World O' Crap and TBogg for making sure we didn't.


Saturday, October 25, 2003

FORMER DAMFATOWN WON'T BE STIFFED BY BUSH

Former Damfatown, view from Mt. TaborPortland, Oregon sent a $116,000 bill to the Bush campaign for police overtime pay, which was incurred when the President stopped by to raise a million dollars in a couple of hours. Thanks Buzzflash.

HALLIBURTON GETS DINGED FOR 70 MILLION

Listen up. Lawsuits are GOOD.

THE HAMMER

New Damfaudio - "The Hammer"

House Leader Tom DelayWord got out that Mayor Bloomberg put House Majority leader Tom Delay on his GOP "do-not-contribute to" list, which aides said was distributed to New Yorkers.

The Hammer (a/k/a the Exterminator) dispatched a fellow Texan, Rep. Joe Barton, to "guarantee ya that Tom Delay is a friend of New York." Of course, the GOP convention is in New York next year. If Delay and his Enron brethren get too friendly, especially with their secretive "Comprehensive" Energy Bill, New York can get set to enjoy blackouts, pollution and higher rates.

Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass) and cable news hosts accompany Barton on this newest Damfaudio.

PHONY CORRESPONDENCE TREND
Damfa

Thanks to A Cautious Man for pointing out a variation on the pre-fabricated "soldier letters to home town paper" scheme. The Official Bush blog includes a letter from an apparently random supporter, who turns out to be a Republican hack and a smooth dancer.

DON'T FORGET TO LOOK FOR HIDDEN AUDIO

Hidden Audio Throughout

Friday, October 24, 2003

FLASH AND AUDIO WORTH ABSORBING

The GNN presents this Ralph Nader remix and, although Damfacrats believe that a vote for Nader (read:Dean) is a vote for Bush, ya gotta love him.

Once again, Bush Flash presents the killer Flash. Check out the merciless Limbaugh slam and the sobering Take Back the Media dose of reality.

Thursday, October 23, 2003

THE BULLYING

New Damfaudio - "The Bullying"

Hidden Audio - We are not a Sheriff

George W. spoke to the Ausie parliament and reminded everyone of the "rape rooms" in Iraq. He reminded everyone that the "Magna Carter" had skeptics. He reminded everyone that he can't let up being "offensive ... even a bit."

Fearless hecklers in the legislature were chastised by the House leader and the President professed love of free speech and demonstrated love of aliteration. Plus Laura Ingraham's Boykin and a "war" that will last for "generations."

GOOD NEWS FROM IRAQ

This comes highly recommended.

RAVEN FLAPS ABOUT CLARK $ PLAN

The General spells it out in the WSJ. Damfacrats reported it with less detail back on September 24: "Clark Has The Right Money Plan."

DAMFACRATS MAKE "DAMFA.COM" ACQUISITION

Raven had this to say about the Damfacratic power grab: "great days in the history of freedom."

CRYBABY STILL AT IT
Raven

http://www.billoreilly.com/currentarticle

BUSH GREETED IN INDONESIA
Catman

Bush and Chimp compared


Wednesday, October 22, 2003

GENE LYONS DISCUSSES CLARK WITH BUZZFLASH

"I want to be careful how I say this, but he has an almost feline presence -- and by that I don't mean "catty," as in bitchy. I mean like a big cat. ... Not somebody to fuck with, is another way of putting it.

Mountain LionGoing all the way back to the summer of 2002, I got a sense of how strong his feelings about Iraq were. Long before it was clear that the administration was really going to sell a war on Iraq, when it was just a kind of a Republican talking point, early in the summer of 2002, Wesley Clark was very strongly opposed to it.

A Very Good HandHe thought it was definitely the wrong move. He conveyed that we'd be opening a Pandora's box that we might never get closed again. ... It was a Fourth of July party and a lot of journalists were there, and there were people listening to a small group of us talk. There wasn't an audience, there were just several people around.

There was no criticism I could make that he didn't sort of see me and raise me in poker terms. Probably because he knew a lot more about it than I did. And his experience is vast, and his concerns were deep."

A great and hopeful article.

RUMSFELD ON SLOGSPOTS
Damfa

Fox ReportIn a memo not meant for the public's eyes, Rummy wrote that we "can win in Afghanistan and Iraq in one way or another, but it will be a long, hard slog." He wonders whether we are "winning or losing the War on Terror" and whether "the harder we work the behinder [sic] we get."x

He wrote that "the cost-benefit ratio is against us." This memo is wonderfully off-message and Damfacrats have just a one-word response: DUH.

Update: Raven and NPR say it was leaked intentionally so Rumsfeld can use public outcry to manipulate the Brass.

SAVAGE MAKES THREAT

Savage NationRadio host Michael "Savage" Weiner pledged to sit out of the elections next year if Bush fires General Boykin for the General's incendiary religious remarks. It's a Damfacratic dream: the far-far-far-Right folks reject Bush for being too liberal and prop up their own candidate. Never happen.

CORRECTION

Damfacrats take back praise for Chris Matthews. He is an apologist for Ronny Reagan's neolithic social views and is almost ready to have his big head fitted for an Asshat.

The Reagan Legacy

BUSH CHARMS THEM AT 8:22 OF CABINET VIDEO

Don't forget the "P-R-ney"-cam on the same page.

Tuesday, October 21, 2003

WESLEY CLARK, FEBRUARY 2003

Weakling MR. RUSSERT: There is an article in The Washington Post today, General. It says that part of the reason that France and Russia and Germany and others are giving the United States such a hard time about Iraq is they disagree on the views but also it's a payback for the heavy-handed and bullying tactics of the last two years of the Bush foreign policy. Do you agree with that?

GEN. CLARK: I do agree with that. I think that's exactly what they've seen and felt in Europe from this administration. It's an administration which
really hasn't respected our allies. ***

And now, we're starting to see really the threat of al-Qaeda, and a lot of people are asking, "Could we have done more against al-Qaeda?"

And, you know, I find it hard to believe that we haven't put the full funding and resources of the United States government into Homeland Security. Early after 9/11, the administration made a decision to pursue offense, rather than defense, I support that decision, in principle.

New American PatriotismBut it's the balance that's important. And when you're contemplating a $100 billion resource expenditure against Iraq, but you can't put another $5 billion into Homeland Security to protect the American people, you have to ask: Which strategy best protects America? ***

GEN. CLARK: I think war is inevitable.

MR. RUSSERT: What should the administration have done differently? What other strategy could they have embarked on a year ago where we'd have a different result today?

GEN. CLARK: I think you have to go back really-let's start with 9/11; 3,000 dead in this country underscore the deadly threat of al-Qaeda. Somehow, we got that tied in with Iraq. From the beginning, people were saying Iraq must have been behind it. Well, they weren't behind it. ***

MR. RUSSERT: Would you run as a Democrat?

GEN. CLARK: ... it would be hard to conceive of running as a Republican, only because the administration's policy is what's causing me to have these concerns.

CHUCK HAGEL (R) BREAKS AWAY
Damfa

Republican Guilt? -- In May, 2003, The Guardian had this to say about American computer voting: No one has yet got 100% of the votes by this method but Republican senator Chuck Hagel of Nebraska did get 83%. We know this because the company that built the machines - which he part-owns - said so. Republican Senator from Nebraska Chuck Hagel is saying that Congress gave Bush too much power:

"We probably have given this president more flexibility, more latitude, more range, unquestioned, than any president since Franklin Roosevelt -- probably too much. The Congress, in my opinion, really abrogated much of its responsibility."

"The great reservoir of pro-American good will that has existed in the world since World War II ... that reservoir is now down very low." Back in the summer, Chuck said the Uranium scam was "bigger, wider, deeper than just about one person."

By the way, both houses of Congress want some Iraq money to be a loan, which the President says he will veto. Congress also rejected the abolition of certain overtime pay and media conglomeration.

Maybe Congress is overwhelmed with complaints from their constituencies and have decided to show some backbone.

Democrats pork-barreled some good Vet money onto the Iraq money but Congress also passed the mid-term abortion ban without an exception for the health of the mother.

JEFF SESSIONS (R) IS A LYING JACKASS

Jackass The Senator from Alabama just said on the Senate floor that insurance companies have to pay for huge punitive damages verdicts, thus raising everyone's rates.

Insurance companies don't EVER pay punitive damages. It is against public policy to insure against acts so heinous that they yield punies.

I hope Bama's Sen. Richard Shelby, who showed some sense when he broke ranks to admit that the censored 9/11 Saudi report should be released, sets him straight.

Update: North Country leadership responds to Senator Sessions-Think before you say something stupid.











































KNOW YOUR HAIRCUTS

With only a few exceptions, Damfacrats have noticed that all male Republican legislators have the same haircut. It's a part-on-the-side/rounded bangs sort of thing, shared by Dubyah himself.

If you see a brunette legislator, she will almost always have a (D) after her name, as will the shamelessly bald men.

Ex Sen Maj Leader LottColorado Sen. MusgraveMan-Hands wanna-be Laura IngrahamHouse Leader Tom DelayRick Man-On-Dog SantorumDemocrat? You decide. Ms. Shiela Jackson LeeDem hero Rep. Hank Waxman (Cal.)Sen Maj Leader Dr. Bill FristSen. Craig Thomas -WyomingSen. Kay Hutchison of TexasRep. Bill Janklow (R-SD), charged with manslaughter recently, refused to resign.Sen. Corzine (NJ)Daschle-punk-style, Sen. Minority LeaderBlonde Democrat Exception




MATINEE IDOL

New Damfaudio - "Matinee Idol"

Matinee Idol - Click Here for Damfaudio Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld answers his own questions and hits a few wiffleballs thrown to him by John Kasich, host of "From the Heartland." Kasich also sits in for O'Reilly in the No Spine Zone.

While heaping praise on the Secretary with so-called analysts, the Faux stooge gets some guy's book title wrong and makes it worse when he tries to joke about it. America is only graced with "Heartland" on Saturday nights.

Double Bass composition and performance: Raven


WESLEY CLARK

New Damfaudio - "Wesley Clark"

Bush-Ender Wesley K. Clark Retro Damfaudio supplement to N.Y. Times article on Clark's pre-General military record as Dubyapocalypse. How do you abbreviate "Very Conservative?"


B-SIDE: NO SHORTAGE

Joe Scarred-BorroughsNew Damfaudio - "No Shortage"

For the 40th time, Panhandle Joe recites an actress' speech on his show and then decides to interview Gene Simmons of Kiss about the war in Iraq. No passport required and no shortage of smug Asshats.

HERO PROVES LACK OF SECURITY
Damfa

Pacifist Nathaniel Heatwole should not be punished.

Related: "Damfacratic Ally Falls in Battleground State," September 2.

Monday, October 20, 2003

TWO EXCERPTS FROM SUNDAY POST ARTICLE

General Clark Despite the official web site's promotion of this Washington Post article as mostly favorable, it is not. Someone at the NY Times is giving Clark a chance but Damfacrats find the AP and the Post to be rather hostile.

Below are two legitimately positive and new excerpts:

'In 1981, he told an interviewer that his pull toward military service was a "southern thing . . . a belief that this was the right thing to do, to be an Army officer. It was not romantic . . . West Point was simply a means to a end."'

"Dan Christman, a West Point friend and retired general, said that when he became very ill with spinal meningitis in the early 1980s -- before screening techniques for HIV-tainted blood were fully developed -- Clark doggedly canvassed their entire War College class to find a suitable blood donor for his friend, and he did."

THE NEW LABEL
Damfa

The Asshats have picked out a new hate label for us: The Secularists. In other words; Godless Communists.

Get Up, Get InvolvedCAN WE HEAR FROM THE SECULAR CONSERVATIVE LIBERTARIANS PLEASE???!?!?! As in, stop sitting by and tacitly supporting these religious nuts in the White House before its too late.

PEOPLE DON'T KNOW WHAT'S GOOD FOR THEM
Damfa

Your case The Tort Reformists are at it again in the Senate. They want to squash the rights of regular people who band together and seek redress for mass grievances. They want to handcuff class action suits and stuff them into an already ridiculously clogged Federal Court system.

The idea is that evil trial lawyers are against the regular folks in America. Lawyers want to drum up phony litigation to extort corporations, who will pass on the cost of heightened insurance to consumers. This is BS of the highest order, for many reasons, not the least of which is that the vast majority of proposed class actions are never certified to continue.

No lawyer will take a case when ten dollars is on the line, which is another reason why class actions are vital. If 10 million people get scammed for ten dollars, the tort reformers would apparently prefer to see 10 million lawsuits, rather than one class action. This makes no sense, until you consider the reality: no one will sue and the coporate ripoffs will go unpunished.

Are you hearing this? The proposed "reform" is just another way for corporations to get a free pass. Why do Americans want to remove their own rights for the benefit of rich corporations?

The people who agree with this proposal are the same people who agree with repealing the so-called "Death" tax. The percentage of people who are affected by the tax on huge estates is so small that the Estate tax can only benefit the regular folks. No one will ever tax their estate but, somehow, people have been convinced that a Republican concept of "fairness" is more important than taxing 100 million dollar estates to our benefit.

People will learn their lesson one day, after tort reform, when they and all their neighbors get scammed by a company, and they have nowhere to go.

MATINEE IDOL

New Damfaudio - "Matinee Idol"

Matinee Idol - Click Here for Damfaudio Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld answers his own questions and hits a few wiffleballs thrown to him by John Kasich, host of "From the Heartland." Kasich also sits in for O'Reilly in the No Spine Zone.

While heaping praise on the Secretary with so-called analysts, the Faux stooge gets some guy's book title wrong and makes it worse when he tries to joke about it. America is only graced with "Heartland" on Saturday nights.

Double Bass composition and performance: Raven

Sunday, October 19, 2003

WHY DAVIS LOST

UPDATE: Raven claims that Bush never gave up drinking entirely? Can anyone verify this?

"I think (President) Bush, you know, might be drinking a little champagne tonight. But in the morning, we still gotta wake up to three million people unemployed," said Bob Mulholland, campaign adviser to California's Democratic Party.

Of course, Bush doesn't drink since his Jim Beam and DUI days. Supposedly. Damfacrats noticed Bush was toasting with Asian dignitaries this week, using what appeared to be champagne. Couldn't be...could it?

RAVEN CARRIES GOOD H.W./BARBIE AUDIO

Watermelon Cart

Thanks to The White Rose Society

Thanks Nakedfurniture.

BETHANY FINDS DANCING BUSH


TRANSCRIPTS TO DAMFAUDIO

The Faithful
Posted on or about September 25

The LaRouchians turned out in force for the Democratic Presidential Candidates' Debate, aired on Fox. Unintelligible clips omitted.

Joe Lieberman: "...trusted by both parties-"
LaRouche Faithful #1: "Where's LaRouche? These debates are illegitimate. Where's LaRouche?"

JL: "...trusted by both parties."
LF #1: "Where's LaRouche? These debates are illegitimate. Where's LaRouche?"

Bob Graham: "... the weaponry-"
LF #3: "This debate is not legitimate. The real problem is Dick Cheney!""

Joe Lieberman: "...trusted by both parties-"
LF #1: "Where's LaRouche? These debates are illegitimate. Where's LaRouche?"

Damfaudio - The FaithfulJohn Kerry: "...behind _____ -"
LF #4: "This debate is illegitimate without LaRouche. Impeach Cheney! LaRouche for President!"

JL: "... fiscal responsibility-"
LF #5: "Where's LaRouche? He's running for President. Why isn't he invited into the debate?"


A Free Society
Posted September 28.

Damfaudio - A Free Society C-SPAN covered Deputy Sec. of Defense Paul Wolfowitz's appearance in NYC, where he was interviewed by Jeffrey Goldberg in front of a live audience. It was the worst heckling of which Damfacrats are aware and not all of it was for Lyndon L.

Audience members had to be dragged out of the theater and Wolfowitz was causing outright laughter with the malevolent absurdity of his statements. Damfacrats captured about 5% of the remarks and do not allege their truth.

JG: "Sir, thank you."
Irate Audience Member #1: "The question is: Are you going to plan another terrorist attack-"
JG: "Thanks"
IAM #1: "-to solidify your control of the country?"
JG: "Sir, thank you. Could we have a question?"
IAM #1: "That's the question."

Paul Wolfowitz: "And that's known as Neo-Conservatism." (x2) "Roughly 50 million Afghans and Iraqis are finally able to speak this way (laughter) without having their c***s -tongues - cut out."
IAM #2: "It's all lies!" "They're all lies!" (x2) (unintelligible)

PW:"It's a murky world where people try to hide these things." "They need to be eradicated." "It's a murky world where people try to hide these things."

JG: "You are widely considered to be the-"
IAM #3: "He's a war criminal! Does anybody owe for 9-11?"
PW: "Keep going we'll try to ________ continue."

Wesley Clark: "Fight for oil." (x3)

PW: "It is important that -"
IAM #4: "Sieg Heil you Nazi son-of-a-b****! You should be tried for treason! Sieg Heil! Sieg Heil! Sieg Heil! You - you murderer! F*** you, you Nazi motherf*****!"

IAM #5: "Uranium is killing the world!"

IAM #6: "We live in a free society and we're gonna continue livin' in a free society."

Saturday, October 18, 2003

DIEBOLD VOTING MACHINE SCAM/ERROR IN CALI
Damfa

Wally World Security Guard According to numbers analyzed by Mark Crispin Miller at his weblog, Wally O'Dell and his Republican voting machine company appear to have monkeyed with the vote in the California governor recall.

The vote count shows many of the extreme fringe candidates - nobodies, essentially - receiving unheard of numbers of votes in counties where the Wally World machines were used. This suggests that the machines, whether malfunctioning or rigged, skimmed votes cast for top candidates and counted them for the nobodies.

Always Get a Receipt 18% of California counties use Diebold machines. Kunzman received 91.75% of his votes from counties with Diebold machines and Sprague received 65%.

One candidate, Palmieri, was stunned to learn of the results. He received nearly 70% of his votes in Wally World counties. His platform was "don't vote for me" and he had no particular inspiring or local connection to the counties.

The other way to understand this is that several no-name candidates got 50 to 100 times more votes than reasonably predicted in counties where Wally World votes were cast. Not enough to influence the outcome.

However, machine error in Los Angeles County caused one half of the state's uncounted recall answers and Jesse Jackson says reckless cost-cutting eliminated 2/3 of L.A. voting locations.

Of course, if there were paper receipts, all this could be worked out with a phone call or two. Diebold chooses not to make or modify machines to print receipts and, as Damfacratic readers know, Wally O'Dell is a huge Republican supporter.

See also "Wally World," September 1...

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