Tuesday, September 08, 2009

SHOCKER RULING

Can't gross-out a fly

Is this it? Is it on?



 I don't believe they have the votes, and I can't believe they'd be so crazy as to ram it through

Except. 

Obamacare once passed can never ever be pulled back  Obamacare gives government effective control over every aspect of our lives, and the grip will grow tighter every day.  With the economy about to go big time dumpers, resistance will be nil.  Are the committed Marxists who run  things on Capitol Hill, they do see themselves as the true patriots, are they willing to roll the dice?   With the  March on Washington  in the wings (Saturday), is this a cynical attempt to goad the expected crowd of 500,000+ to violence?  The Secret Service shut down the last Tea Party (June) after someone threw a box of tea bags over the White House fence. Pffft. Feelings are running a bit higher this go-around.  Way.  It's in the Alinsky playbook to stage an incident.  Is that the plan?  Find an excuse to send the Pelosi Guard charging into the unruly crowd with sabers flashing and slashing while the Obamamedia cheer them on?   Once unleashed though, violence will find it's own unscripted head.  May the righteous prevail. 

 Join me in prayer.  Click-click.  Amen.

Football Magic - Real?

Pick Me

Tom Mann

So close ....

He was so close to creating Twitter -- FAIL

Can you pour a little butter on that?

Mmmmmm.  Fried Butter

Bad judges, Bulldogs and Obama Fk-ups

In passing ..
 Stuff that caught my attention on the way to the liquor store

Christian Girls, Interrupted
How much say should parents have over their children's faith?
The WSJ looks at the home-schooled Amanda Kurowski case from last week

 Yale to change mascot
The Furious Bulldogs to Widdling Wankers

CNN Not what they wanted
Yes 61% 104861
No 33% 56096
Haven't had to use it 7% 11237
Total Votes: 172194

Economists Warn Obamanomics Could Create Depression;
WSJ's Moore Responds


Sowell: What Obama Says vs. What He Does

If we do not believe that the President is stupid, then what do we believe?


Panic Obama

Panic in D.C.?
DOJ urges birth suit tossed
Late motion filed by feds as case ready for hearing


 
In 1998 President Clint was forced to give a blood sample pursuant to establishing if the Monica Blowinsky dress semen stain was his.
Will the courts force President Zero to submit a foot print?  Because, either it is or it is not.   Can you think of a reason he might object?  I can think of just one.
If the judge decides to compare footprint with Obama' , and they match - he's gone.  The real story here is how the media handled this from day one.  They didn't.  I submit that this is analogous.
Couric should look in mirror

Now that White House "Green Jobs Czar" Van Jones has resigned, what's next?

Inevitably, the American mainstream media - ABC, NBC, CBS, the New York Times, the Washington Post, Time, Newsweek, et al - must be held to account for sitting on the sidelines as this major story kept building without them, went viral on YouTube, and then became so large that a key appointee of President Obama was forced to step down.

But with their decision to ignore the Jones story, they may have actually done Mr. Obama far more harm than good: Who vetted this guy? How did he get past the FBI? What did he say, and how did he answer the infamous seven-page questionnaire that all Obama appointees were required to fill out? Inquiring Freedom of Information Act minds want to know.

For most people in this country, the resignation was the first they had heard of Van Jones. For this sin of journalistic omission, there's institutional media blame. Bias is too tame a word for the utter shamelessness on display: Only Republican scandals - real and imagined - matter. [continue]

Hey meester, want a million bucks?

Want $1 Million?
I'm going to lead you to the river.



 Suppose I could show you how to get nearly one million dollars legally, if not unethically?  Because I can.  And I will. First, some background.

Many of us, but not that may, have been voting for MuShu in the Million Dollar Cute dog competition.  As we enter week five, the highest vote count MuShu has garnered is about 160.  The winner of week one received 1200 votes; week three over 5000.   Not only did MuShu fail to win, he never made the top 30 in five weeks. 

This contest isn't about lovable.  Hell, give me that Week 5 package of ugly for a month, and it would work its way into my heart.  This contest is about cute.  Can anyone tell me that MuShu isn't hands down cuter than any of those mutts?  That's right, you can't.  There is no such thing as a "cute Chihuahua," but the breed has won twice!   So I'm looking at this for what it is, a business.  And this is how I could win, and so can you.

Approach, say, a college sorority - the most popular on campus, or even a reigning high school homecoming queen, with this pitch. 

I'll pay you $5000 if my dog wins a weekly prize.  And then I'll pay you $20,000 if my dog wins the Grand Prize.

A social network like that was largely responsible for electing a communist government to lead the world's greatest democratic republic for crisake! A done deal, and I've risked just $4500 to make a million. Twitter-twitter-woof!

I know what you're saying.  So smart-ass, why don't you do it?  Because, there's the court order, and I'm burnt. Why the heck do you think I start each morning with a Bourbon-Zoloft-Ritalin cocktail?  Plus,  I figure if one of you pulls this off, you'll think nothing of a little reward for the idea. 




Scores and cracks

I'm blown away!
 Whew, I was up late watching the Miami-FSU game ... and what a game.  Not normally a betting man, I had a real wad riding on this one - and horry clap, what a finish!  Drinks around.  Just wanted you to know I was alive and on the job.  I need some coffee,  but first -  here's today's controversy - and no cracks please.