Poking Phun at Politicians
I've devoted an entire page to coverage of almost Senator Oliver North, including pictures of us together, and my signed memorabilia collection.
I also got Phyllis Schafley to sign a copy of Hunter S. Thompson's Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
the Gipper got AIDS! If you ever doubted the power of photo manipulation, this brutal, telling image could make of you a believer. First printed in Benetton's Colours magazine, I got the scan from Wired.
Not definitively proven to be photo manipulation, this photo of Clinton and friend could be just be another example of Clinton's star worship. I believe I first saw this in the Weekly World News, but the scan I found online.
I have digitized a list of Dan Quayle Quotes.
The Dan Quayle for President Preservation Society proudly presents a story in pictures of an ex-VPs first foray into advertising - a frito lay commercial during the 1994 SuperBowl. Perhaps Dan Quayle will become our multimedia everyman political figure. Dare to dream.
[Sorry the sound links are temporarily broken]
- YeeHah! Listen to samples from the Bill Clinton and Gennifer Flowers tapes online! These people are selling copies for $20 a pop, but they have put five or six samples online for your listening pleasure.
- The great "new" democratic hope William Jefferson "Slick Willy" Clinton caught uttering a telltale phrase
- And here, Bill Denis It(200k) - in a waffle sustained to an unbelievable level. Listen to Bill really go to town with this denial that my friend Brian Townley says is actual.
- A living grandmaster of funky political articulation, Jesse Jackson, reads some Doctor Seuss
- Mister Milquetoast himself: George Herbert Walker Bush in action:
- And that Republican lackey/pretty-boy Jay Danforth Quayle's first foray into advertising
- The G.O.P.'s senile, decrepid, twisted, sick, old political grandfather Ronald Reagan determines direction for the country
- For those of you still mad at President Gerald Ford, listen to a fifteen second clip of Betty Ford on being married to an insecure man.
- It's all here: Nixon Sound Archives
- Richard Milhaus "Tricky Dick" Nixon's famous statement of eminent self-worth. Or, for real aural sadism, checkout his Nixon's 15 minute farewell speech - let me tell you folks, it's big.
- Listen to John F. Kennedy talk for thirty seconds about his presidential frustrations