Stormy Comes Out

Our afternoon guest columnist is noted political figure Stormy Daniels.

After months of careful deliberation and consult as to the true nature of my political affiliation I am ready today to declare that should I seek the office of US Senator from the great state of Louisiana that I will do so as a Republican.

While this decision has not been an easy one, recent events regarding Republican National Committee fundraising at Voyeur, an LA based lesbian bondage themed nightclub finally tipped the scales.

As I have said for well over a year, it is time that our government and our tax policy begin rewarding entrepreneurship and creativity again. It is time again to inspire positive risks and out-of-the-box thinking in the interest of growing a strong economy and a strong America.

For me, this spirit can be summed up in the RNC’s investment of donor funds at Voyeur.

As someone who has worked extensively in both the club and film side of the Adult Entertainment Industry, I know from experience that a mere $1900 outlay at a club with the reputation of Voyeur is a clear indication of a frugal investment with a keen eye toward maximum return.

And I firmly believe that it is precisely this type of creative and calculated investing that we, as taxpaying Americans, should expect not only from our political parties but from our government. The American taxpayer deserves consistent conservatives who reject wasteful spending and unwarranted government intervention in the private sector.

As is the case with so many of my fellow Louisianans, I have been a registered Democrat throughout my life. But now I cannot help but recognize that over time my libertarian values regarding both money and sex and the legal use of one for the other is now best espoused by the Republican Party.

Stormy Daniels: I am a Republican [WGNO, via Political Wire]

Not that she has a chance in hell against Shitter Vitter, but I’d like to see this go to its logical conclusion (Vitter wins, but is beaten up and allegedly humiliated badly in the process.)

Now there is someone I would watch on a 3D TV, I’d even spend $500 on it. I’d watch her even if she were wearing jeggings and denying the Pope’s culpability. I’d let her release my Kraken any time.

All she needs is a 30 second spot with her doing jumping jacks in the nude and Vitter is history.

Should be interesting – of course Vitter won’t be willing to debate, or do interviews, or do much of anything – fucking terrified that someone will ask him about his “serious sin”, the hookers in NO, and other stuff. If I were the DSSC, I’d run with it.

She does, indeed, tip the scales.

@Dodgerblue: Indeed, she looks exhausted. Please, pull up a face and sit down.

@FlyingChainSaw: Do those knockers have warning labels? If she turned quickly, a guy could get hurt.

@TJ/ Jamie Sommers /TJ:
Truth is, Insannity is an insult to douches. I wonder if he’ll address that.

TJ: Rest in Peace, Wilma Mankiller.

@Dodgerblue: Not if her heels are buried in your spine and you’ve got a good grip on her ass. Preparedness is the larger task of safety.

@SanFranLefty: I imagine there will be a moment of silence at the Federal Bar Association Indian Law Conference this week.

I can’t read comments or post to stinque from my BB, so you won’t see much from me from Thursday through Sunday (conference, scout for turkeys at friend’s ranch, then last day at Santa Fe Ski Area w/Son of RML).

@SanFranLefty: Did you see that Meg Whitman has now dug into her own pocket for $59 MILLION to buy the Cal governorship? I beg your pardon, but who would want to be governor of this more-or-less bankrupt state?

This, my friends, is performance art. Brilliant, satrical performance art.

Stormy is shaping up to be a genius.

ALSO: All this straight sex talk is making me uncomfortable. There is such a thing as over-sharing, guys.

And no, that’s not ironic for me to say at all. Why would it be? What are you implying?

@Dodgerblue: Did you see that she said that she will spend up to $150 million of her own money?? She’s single-handedly propping up every radio and teevee station in this state. Why not cut out the middleman and just cut a check to the State and she can be installed as governor without dealing with the pesky voters.

@SanFranLefty: I wonder what Gov Moonbeam is doing. The rope-a-dope, letting her wear herself out in the primary election by appealing to the teabaggers? She is to the right of Attila the Hun on enviro issues.

DC Circuit: “Fuck net neutrality.” Comcast: “Fuck you, hippies. We’re doin’ a happy dance here.”

OTH, Comcast, et al. may have been a bit too clever, opines one egghead:

With so much at stake, the FCC now has several options. It could ask Congress to give it explicit authority to regulate broadband. Or it could appeal Tuesday’s decision.

But both of those steps could take too long because the agency “has too many important things they have to do right away,” said Ben Scott, policy director for the public interest group Free Press. Free Press was among the groups that alerted the FCC to Comcast’s behavior after The Associated Press ran tests and reported that the cable company was interfering with attempts by some subscribers to share files online.

The more likely scenario, Scott believes, is that the agency will simply reclassify broadband as a more heavily regulated telecommunications service. That, ironically, could be the worst-case outcome from the perspective of the phone and cable companies.

“Comcast swung an ax at the FCC to protest the BitTorrent order,” Scott said. “And they sliced right through the FCC’s arm and plunged the ax into their own back.”

The battle over the FCC’s legal jurisdiction comes amid a larger policy dispute over the merits of net neutrality. Backed by Internet companies such as Google Inc. and the online calling service Skype, the FCC says rules are needed to prevent phone and cable companies from prioritizing some traffic or degrading or services that compete with their core businesses. Indeed, BitTorrent can be used to transfer large files such as online video, which could threaten Comcast’s cable TV business.

But broadband providers such as Comcast, AT&T Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. argue that after spending billions of dollars on their networks, they should be able to manage their systems to offer premium services and prevent high-bandwidth applications such as BitTorrent from hogging capacity.

@redmanlaw: Black Eagle’s response to her passing:

Office of the Press Secretary


April 6, 2010

Statement by the President on the Passing of Wilma Mankiller

I am deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Wilma Mankiller today. As the Cherokee Nation’s first female chief, she transformed the Nation-to-Nation relationship between the Cherokee Nation and the Federal Government, and served as an inspiration to women in Indian Country and across America. A recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, she was recognized for her vision and commitment to a brighter future for all Americans. Her legacy will continue to encourage and motivate all who carry on her work. Michelle and I offer our condolences to Wilma’s family, especially her husband Charlie and two daughters, Gina and Felicia, as well as the Cherokee Nation and all those who knew her and were touched by her good works.


@redmanlaw: Deadheads across the country are weeping that it’s going to take them that much longer to share and download shows.

@redmanlaw: It’s all about money, right? I don’t understand much more of it than that.

The balloon boobs will be a great asset, especially in flood-prone areas.

Stormy posts: brain bleach for all that talk of guns, not butter

/hat tip, Gang of Four (video not available…)

@Benedick: Psych 201 (Animal Behavior) taught me it is called lordosis.

@Benedick: That there is a benevolent God, after all?

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