That's Isaiah's The World Today Just Nuts "The Hollow Man" from last night. Last night was also the Emmys. "Homeland"?
For all the crap from so many on stage, you would have thought this was Last Liberals Standing Club. And then they go and award a reactionary, right-wing program like "Homeland"?
That's an awful show for political reasons. I guess they're too stupid to grasp that. They need Sarah Palin standing in front of it to know it's right-wing.
I was grossly disappointed. There were so many good nominees and they didn't win. I was okay with Cam (don't know actor's name) from "Modern Family" winning. I would have preferred Ty Burrell but I was okay with Cam. (Jesse Ferguson? NO way. He coasted through last season.)
I just wanted to see some real thought and instead we had crap like Julianne Moore (who looked like she was 70) winning. No offense, but she wasn't that good. She wasn't very good at all.
Julianne Moore's become a hack who has to show her pubes or nipples just to get attention anymore. The women in that category were amazing. All but her. And she won.
I could have seen it going to Connie Britton (who gets a lot of praise but I still think is under appreciated) or the great Nicole Kidman or Ashley Judd (and I blogged about that miniseries every week, Ashley was great) but even Emma Thompson was overlooked to give the award to the undeserving Julianne Moore. With Nicole, she's glamorous and gorgeous and you can see jealousy preventing the win. With Connie, they don't really appreciate how talented she is. Ashely had to fight sexism all during the airing of the mini-series so I'm not surprised she didn't get it (though she deserved it).
All four women were amazing and any would have made a worthy winner. So instead they give it to the only one not qualified: Julianne Moore.
At least the always deserving Martha Plimpton won. Not for "Raising Hope." She deserves to win for that. But she got a guest actress award for her character on "The Good Wife."
If I'm voting for Jill Stein, why am I noting all this pro-Romney stuff, asked an e-mailer who claimed to have read this site from the start.
I've been noting Hillary is 44 for years now. They do a good critique. If you don't like it, okay. But don't lie and say you've been reading me but don't understand why all the sudden I'm highlighting that site. From Hillary is 44's "Dear Diary: Barack Obama Will Get Us All Killed:"
We’re still waiting for an ad from Mitt Romney’s campaign with the message: “Barack Obama will get us all killed.” Mitt Romney will have to get the message out because Big Media is all out in protection of Barack Obama:
“JOHN DICKERSON: Governor Romney jumped in the middle of the violence in the Middle East and he broke a little bit of a tradition by inserting himself. They [sic] he disappeared on the issue. We’ve since learned that this administration first thought this uprising in Libya was just a kind of– something that bubbled up from the ground. Well, now they are calling it a terrorist attack. What went wrong there? What did you get wrong in the first place? Why weren’t you securing the embassy the way you should have been? These are points that a Republican could make that Mitt Romney need to make because he knows the press isn’t necessarily going to make that case for him. He can’t make it because he was the one who jumped in and said hey this is a very serious issue. But instead he hasn’t really come back to it.”Mitt Romney should “come back to it” and start now laying out the groundwork for the last presidential debate, which will be about foreign policy, and which takes place in the must win state of Florida. What better place than Florida on October 22 for Romney to say again, after a month of ads stating such, “Barack Obama Will Get Us All Killed“?
Romney at Boca needs to declare the sacking of the Benghazi consulate “a catastrophic intelligence loss” and on October 22 inform Florida voters of the consequences of Barack Obama “leadership”. The Libya station provided critical information to intelligence services and now it is gone. Gone too is the “bump in the road” American ambassador.
Romney should be sure to provide the viewers of the October 22 debate today’s little noticed news concerning Ahmadinejad’s appearance at the United Nations (Ahmadinejad’s big speech will come later this week) and ask the question prompted by the video: Israeli delegation walks out of Ahmadinejad’s UN speech — but the U.S. doesn’t?:
I don't have a problem with anything in that excerpt. If you do, you're probably voting for Barack. I feel he betrayed the left, I feel mixed man betrayed his (half) race (Black side). You can cheer for him all you want, he's a killer with his Drone War and so much more.
Going out with C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot:"