How will David Vitter get his hooker money now?HOORAY, NOW CONGRESS CAN NEVER RETURN: America’s Airport is being attacked by Ronald Reagan’s ghost, who hasn’t been receiving royalties! “Washington (CNN) — An electrical failure in the system that feeds Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport interrupted flights Monday and prompted additional security measures, airport officials told CNN. ‘The failure is outside the airport,’ said Metropolitan Washington Airports spokeswoman Courtney Mickalonis, ‘and the airport is in a ground stop,’ halting all arrivals and departures.” Make sure to blame Obama for this, if you haven’t already. [CNN]

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  1. I blame Canada because Canada has sent this maddening 50 mph hell wind we have had for the past four days, and it is blowing down power lines all over. We need to bomb them now and make them take back their wind and 18 degree mornings.

  2. Well, at least National has some decent places to eat while folks wait for their flights to be rescheduled.

    Tell me again why National was renamed for a man who professed to dislike DC and what it stands for and was never known to actually have flown through the airport?

  3. The problem is that power generators don’t take NoBama seriously and are crashing the grid at will knowing that the he won’t unleash the full force of American power on them.

  4. [re=488468]Terry[/re]: National was re-named for Ronnie because the Republan doofuses in Congress tried to re-name every fucking thing after him. There’s a Ronald Wilson Reagan Memorial Commode at the Corps of Engineers’ headquarters on Mass Ave. It’s a good place to express your feelings about St Ronnie.

  5. [re=488466]Doglessliberal[/re]:
    Hey, you can keep it. I’m freezing my balls off in my burb of Canada City.

    But if you’re going to blame someone, blame Alberta and the weather system known as the Alberta Clipper.

  6. [re=488475]Manos: Hands of Fate[/re]: oops, you beat me. But naming it after him always seemed like a huge fuck you to air traffic controllers. Bizarre choice.

  7. [re=488499]WickedWitch[/re]: Hmmmm. You’re right. I have never heard any member of a flight crew refer to National by that other crackpot name.

  8. [re=488549]pondscum[/re]: Seriously, it’s these wussies like [re=488466]Doglessliberal[/re]: that make me feel tough as a Minnesotan, and I am in no way tough.

    And yes, [re=488466]Doglessliberal[/re]:, I called you a wussie! WHATCHA GOAN DO BOUT IT?

  9. As a DC native I can assure you that no one from DC calls it anything but National. I’m sure Cheney is the one who took the juice from the airport, to re-animate himself so he can crank out more of his tired bullshit. He only stays alive via weekly jolts of 1,000,000 volts and monthly baths in the blood of virgins.

  10. [re=488581]The Unfairman[/re]: Well, I ran 6 miles outside Saturday morning at 9 am when it was 16 degrees and 50 mph wind gusts, and I am going to do it again tomorrow morning at 6 am, so kiss my weenie patootie. Then you can come stand on the Metro platform, outside and elevated, at 7:30 am with me tomorrow morning.

    But you are right, I grew up in the north but my blood has thinned since moving here, so I am a weenie.

  11. There’s also Pappy Bush Highway in Dallas. I had to pay a goddamn toll to use it, too. Those Bushies will do anything for a dime.

  12. [re=488596]Doglessliberal[/re]: See, that was kinda my point. You’re obviously way tougher than am, what with the outdoor running and what have you. Even if I were a runner, we’re basically forbidden to run outside when it’s winter here…negative temps will freeze your lungs T1000 style.

    I still bike commute through the winter and, when I don’t, I bus, so I still get exposed!

    So you’re way tougher than me, but you make me seem tougher. Which…hey, actually, I appreciate that. Thanks!

  13. [re=488663]The Unfairman[/re]: You bike in this, you are tough. One of those wind gusts, and you are airborne. A lot more wind resistance and less balanced than without the bike.

    So we are all badasses around here, dammit.

    And, TruckNutz!

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