December 19, 2009

"Anthony Galluccio laps up wrist slap."

Oh? And does he wrist up a lap slap?


Bissage said...

THIS sounds like a job for . . .
Nonsense Rhyme Cheerleader Man!!!
(a copyrighted feature of this blog):

Wrist slap, Santa’s lap, see which way it goes.
Fold a map, take a nap, that’s a runny nose.

Gooooooooooooo TEAM!

Lem said...
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blogging cockroach said...

carr claims colorful corruption
copyeditor can t correct crap

hombre said...

Since the casual reader is left wondering about the party affiliation of this turd, he must be a Democrat.

vbspurs said...

Since the casual reader is left wondering about the party affiliation of this turd, he must be a Democrat.

Oh! I hadn't even noticed the lack of Party affiliation in the piece, ElHombre. Good eye. From Wiki:

"Anthony D. Galluccio (born 1967) is a Massachusetts State Senator, and a Democratic politician having won the seat vacated by Jarrett T. Barrios."


wv: noncrat!! When Democrats misbehave, we don't acknowledge they are Democrats.

Wince said...

Howie Carr is the gift that keeps on giving.

Aside from his caustic wit and no-fear attitude, Carr has an encyclopedic memory for the corrupt spoils system that has plagued Massachusetts for the last half century (and before).

This bum should be bunking with John Buonomo in Billerica [prison], instead he’s telling reporters, “I’m going to open my home to constituents.”

Maybe Titus should pay a visit to his not so fabulous state senator?

wv-"dyversiz" = fancy designer name for an elastic waistband

kentuckyliz said...

lapping up a wrist slap?

wasn't that part of Adam Lambert's homokink schtick in his awards ceremony performance?

Lem said...

Of course its a Carr, clearly I caved too soon.

Lem said...

I thought of a slap shot but that would require the goalie to turn around..

C R Krieger said...

I know this thread is going a different direction, but State Senator Galluccio did receive only a wrist slap.  Two previous DWIs (OUI here in the Commonwealth) and then driving off, perhaps to let him sober up, after the most recent accident.  The State Senate President has raised questions as to if Mr Galluccio can continue in office.  We can only hope.

Re party affiliation, only five of the 40 State Senators are Republicans.  With regard to the Great and General Court, Democrat is the way to bet.

Regards  —  Cliff

Jim S. said...

"Wrist up a lap slap" sounds vaguely unwholesome.

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