Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Juicing the Mitchell: Olympics Edition

In the post that started it all, I see that it was our own Will Luther that came up with the moniker "juicing the Mitchell." It should also be noted that was before he was a TPS member. So that seems to be the carrot: Come up with a good phrase, and you're part of the team.

Anyhow, here's the latest installment with more here.

A clip:

"I think it's baffling that the president has time to travel to Copenhagen," said Sen. Kit Bond, R-Missouri. "[Obama's] got a lot of responsibilities. His number one responsibility is to keep our country safe."

I couldn't imagine another move that would keep our country safer.


Will Luther said...

Your nod to the original post is the closest anyone on this blog has come to suggesting that one vote makes a difference. haha

For obvious technical reasons, I move that we refer exclusively to congressional time wasting as juicing the mitchell. Alternatively, executive time wasting leads to a Lewinsky bump. Should we take a vote?

Justin M Ross said...

I'm in favor of letting JTM cover executive time wasting as the spirit is the same. Every thing the executive does draws the time and attention of the congress (as evidenced by Senator Bond in Matt's quote.

Will Luther said...

Juicing the Mitchell it is.

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