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Angry Left Weather Report
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It turns out that DailyKos, in addition to serving as the headquarters of the liberal Netroots movement, offers weather reports to its readers. For instance, if you go over there now, you’ll find a post on a tropical depression off the coast of Africa, which closes with:

Even a modest hurricane or tropical storm near NOLA at this point could be devastating, in part thanks to the woefully managed reconstruction and clean-up effort courtesy of the Bush-Cheney cabal, who seem obsessed with pissing away more resources–of both the flesh and monetary kind–into Iraq than our own freakin cities and people.

I think they’re on to something. Maybe they can try traffic and weather together. “Expect 30 minute delays heading into to Lincoln Tunnel during rush hour today. For the frickin’ money spent on Iraq, we could have built more tunnels, which would mean less traffic, but Bush is too stupid to realize that and Cheney, the real Decider, is too interested in killing people in Iraq so that he can give contracts to Halliburton.”

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