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Missing Links: Clinton-Gingrich Adultery Assoc; Christine O'Donnell's Halloween costume

Dick Armey on Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich: "They had many meetings that we didn't know about where they'd drink wine and smoke cigars and talk about their girlfriends."

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Aren't you glad we took the high road and didn't show you photographs of Christine O'Donnell in her ladybug costume?

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Vladimir Putin goes Cover Girl.

By Dana Milbank  | October 28, 2010; 9:44 PM ET
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OK Milbank. I see how this new ComPost thing works. Alexandra digs up all the poop, and you just shovel a little shinola.

Well, you may not know the difference, but to suggest that Clinton and Gingrich shared Monica cigars is NOT bullshinola. It's stinks.

And all those pictures show is Ladybird O'Donnell at a party. Next you'll claim she had a one night stand with Lyndon Johnson.

That anonymous jerk who likes hairless harlots probably just made up the whole story. Besides, we already know O'Donnell is a big Bush supporter.

You'll give the paper a black eye if you keep putting this garbage in the ComPost.

Posted by: divtune | October 29, 2010 12:30 AM | Report abuse

Clinton & Gingrich cheated on faithful wives. Christine O'Donnell is single. She is also one of the very few candidates running for office who isn't totally boring and predictable. Gawker is a sewer site.

Posted by: bubbasouth | October 29, 2010 8:56 AM | Report abuse

Go Bubba. That's what I said.

Bubbanorth Clinton is pond scum in a Petri dish for what he did. And faithful Hillary has her sights on 2020 for her 2nd term. Clearly she'll win.

And if Christine O'Donnell got drunk at a party and had a one night stand, I'm voting for her. She IS me!

Posted by: divtune | October 29, 2010 10:54 AM | Report abuse

Wait a minute! Christine O'Donnell may have that perky hair, sexy smile.. clothes so cute they almost bug you.. and she's no Girl Scout.. but..

When you get down to it, she doesn't have the constitution to finish the job. I just realized that she can't solve my problems.

Vote for.. er.. the other guy. He has the solution in hand.
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OK, that's my last one, I promise... Unless Sarah Palin says something about it.

Posted by: divtune | October 29, 2010 1:08 PM | Report abuse

Read your chat transcripts. I know this is a really hard concept for people who live inside the bubble, but criticizing Obama does not mean you are not a liberal. Unless of course, you want to claim that Maher, Olbermann, Maddow, Rich, Krugman, Jesse Jackson and many others are not liberals.

It is bad enough that the Post insists on hiring so many liberal partisans. The shallowness of their thinking is even worse.

Posted by: bobmoses | October 29, 2010 1:56 PM | Report abuse

For "journalists" who claim to be non-partisan, why are there so few posts making fun of Democrat politicians? Are Republicans so much funnier or is it because Milbank and Petri don't want to do anything that might harm a Democrat just days before the election?

Posted by: alvint | October 29, 2010 2:16 PM | Report abuse

Um... note to DIck Armey. The next time you want to lie and pretend you know about things that happened when you weren't even there, here's a tip. Bill Clinton doesn't really drink. And he's allergic to wine. Your stories will be more believable if you can get the details right.

Posted by: stephanie2 | October 29, 2010 8:03 PM | Report abuse

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