Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Like a sick reality show

Oregon Channel connects people, politics
Using six cameras, the Oregon Channel will provide live, gavel-to-gavel, unedited coverage from the legislative floor in Salem.

Programming will include coverage of Senate and House floor sessions, committee hearings, Oregon Supreme Court hearings, state agency hearings, capitol news conferences and other government and public affairs events of statewide interest.

Watch these folks decided what to do with your money, your wages, your healthcare, your property, your guns, your cars, your water, your yard debris, your dogs, your neighborhood and possibly your very dignity.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Its just numbers!

Anonymous said...

Daniel - This is quite possibly your worst post yet. You don't even argue anything; you simply provide a link along with some tedious whining. Typically people ask for donations because they some they feel that they are offering something of value that people appreciate. I think you need to step it up, man. Your product is a real piece of shit.

Scottiebill said...

Apparently, anon 10:28 is OK with the state legislature doing what ever it wants without some citizen-oversight and monitoring.

Typical.

Amy the Razor said...

I think anon is hot for Daniel.

Anonymous said...

Amy the (sex deprived) Lozer is right. I want Daniel. Not because of his insightful political musings (at times he seems barely literate to me and like he might have not acquired any post-secondary education) or because of his newfound love for the man, (aka, Jesus). It's because I've always wanted to make it with a gang-banger turned conservative blog-hack. Let's just say I'm curious about his dark side. He's a mysterious man.

Daniel said...

So... we have a date or what?

Amy the Razor said...

anon you are so sweet i think I want you more than you want Daniel.

DanTheMan said...

...this is getting weird...

Anonymous said...

Watch these folks decided what to do with your money, your wages, your healthcare, your property...

If you don't like the decisisons WE elected them to make, you are always free to leave. And, to take the rest of the whinners with you.

Anonymous said...

"Amy the Razor"...She is scary

terry said...

My government is committed to the proposition that poor people should not be allowed to acquire property. What recourse do I have against that?

Anonymous said...

My government is committed to the proposition that poor people should not be allowed to acquire property. What recourse do I have against that?

That is assinine, but hey if you really believe that, you are welcome to move to a new state. Idaho is still letting in fools, so you are safe and welcome.

Anonymous said...

Amy the Razor looks like she just fell off the "used-up" bus heading down to Burnside. Damn--that is scary.

Amy the Razor said...

Anon: I am VERY scary!

rickyragg said...

My government is committed to the proposition that poor people should not be allowed to acquire property. What recourse do I have against that?

Leaving aside the lame rhetoric, you do vote, don't you?

...poor thang!

rickyragg said...

"...and like he might have not acquired any post-secondary education..."

That would be: "...and as if he might..."

Well put, though.

As are all your comments, Mr. (or Mrs.) Anonymous.

Bryan Saxton said...

"Well put, though.

As are all your comments, Mr. (or Mrs.) Anonymous."

Try combining those two sentences.